January 3rd 2017, New York Times

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10-Across's land
Abbr. in many an urban address
Acquainted (with)
Airplane's direction
All talk, no action
___ Alto, Calif
Apple that might be seen on a teacher's desk
Atty.'s org
Baby's crib part
Band with the 1977 hit 'Telephone Line,' in brief
Basis of particle physics
'Bear' that's actually a marsupial
Big maker of gummy bears
'Bon appétit!'
Bridge charge
Bringer of bad luck
Bygone alcopop
Canceled, as a mission
Chain of children's stores founded by the Kaufman brothers (hence its name)
Chair with two hyphens in its name
Cognitive scientist Chomsky
Communications giant ... or a possible title of this puzzle
Czech-made auto that's part of the Volkswagen Group
Eating pork, to an observant Jew or Muslim
Fashionable Christian
Fitness pro
Former heavyweight champion with a tattooed face
Gait faster than a walk
Genre for Mötley Crüe
Ghostly white
'Giant Brain' introduced in 1946
Incendiary weapon
Including all grades, briefly
Leader from the House of Pahlavi
Like custard
Like some digital clocks, for short
Los ___ National Laboratory
Maria known as 'La Divina'
Neighbor of Oman, for short
Neighborhood buzz?
Not be inert, as two chemical compounds
Not expressly stated
Off-ramp sign
Ohio city on Lake Erie
Pac-12 hoops powerhouse
___ Pictures (bygone studio)
Pointy-eared dog
Pope said to have died from a heart attack while in bed with his mistress
Puerto Rico clock setting
Relative of fake news
Resealable bag
Small quarrel
Soldiers' digs?
Store known for its Blue Light Specials
Sushi fish
Sweetie pies
'The joke's on you'
They may be caught at the beach ... or out at sea
Three months: Abbr
Trash bin on a computer screen, e.g
Trek to Mecca
TV's 'How ___ Your Mother'
'Veritas' for Harvard or 'Veritas vos liberabit' for Johns Hopkins
W.W. II spy org
Yea's opposite
'Yes ... ri-i-i-ight there!'