January 28th 2017, New York Times

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1998 Spike Lee movie
4.5 billion years, for the age of the earth: Abbr.
A biker may have a nasty one
A cry of relief
Activity in a drive
"Another Day on Earth" musical artist
"Blaze of Glory" band, 1990
Chi-___ (religious symbol)
Classic novel written under the nom de plume Currer Bell
Commercial lead-in to Bank, in many Midwest states
Dish eaten with a spoon
Dish often served with applesauce
"Don't get all worked up!"
Eight-line verse form
Friendly introduction?
Gesture of razzle-dazzlement
Harbinger of spring
Heck of an effort
Impetuous person
It may be used by a person who is bowing
Italian brewery since 1846
Its logo consists of a pair of calipers in an oval
It's searched for in a rush
Like finished wood
Like some pigs
Lost Colony's island
Luxury home features
Matisse, Derain and fellow artists, with "les"
Miss the mark
Nail the test
Narrow apertures
Not dead yet
Officially prohibit
One with many enemies
Opposite of slow
"Outside the Lines" airer
Present some opportunities
Recipient of a royal charter, with "the"
Royal wraps
Sarcastic response to a 1-Down
Scuba gear component
Setting for Yankees home games: Abbr.
Sister and wife of Cronus
"So soon?"
Some dispenser items
Something a bomber delivers?
Sources of prints, for short
"Steel-driving man" of African-American lore
Strict limitation, of a sort
System developed by Bell Labs
Texter's "Oh, yeah ..."
"The Haywain Triptych" painter
Took off on
Victim of Paris
Web deposit?
What tipplers may have
Wine aperitif
Young migratory fish