January 18th 2017, New York Times

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A pep talk may boost it
Abysmal score
A/C measure
Actress Arthur of "Maude"
Airport rental
Ancient times, in ancient times
Anesthetic of old
Bard of Gaelic legend
Bert who played the Cowardly Lion
Blast from the past
Boyfriend after a breakup, perhaps
Cafeteria stack
Census datum
Cereal made with a "puffing gun"
___ Chihuahua (tiny dog)
Classic Jaguar
Collaborative online reference
Comic-Con, e.g.
Components of some I.R.A.s
Connect with
Cries from bleachers
Dance around, as an issue
Do a job at the checkout aisle
___ du Qu�bec (police force)
Dynamic basketball sequence represented by the starts of 17-, 23-, 30-, 40- and 49-Across
Exam with a max score of 1520
Female caribou
Find new tenants for
Floored it
Forever and a day
Fries or slaw, usually
"Game time!"
Gather dust
High point
Hipster's quality
Ill-tempered mutt
Inept boxers, in slang
Joins forces (with)
Jon with the 1992 hit "Just Another Day"
Kama ___
Kind of port for a flash drive
Klutz's utterance
Labor organizer Cesar
Language suffix
Like a fully cooked souffl�
Like rarer blood types: Abbr.
Musician's tip collector
Neil Patrick ___ of "How I Met Your Mother"
"Next year in Jerusalem" meal
Not based on fact or research
Not suitable
Novelty shop buy
One of the 12 tribes of Israel
Persian Gulf emirate
Place for a grandchild, maybe
Platform sandal feature
POTUS in Twitter's @POTUS, e.g.
"Ran" director Kurosawa
Rap sheet letters
Render a verdict
Resistance unit
Rope tow alternative
Roundup targets
Scanned bars, for short
Soho send-off
Song-and-dance shows
Space Invaders and Asteroids, for two
Texter's "Didn't need to know that"
Tried one's luck
TV show on which "The Chanukah Song" debuted, informally
Website's help section, briefly
Word in Brazilian city names