January 6th 2018, New York Times

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1960s movie with the tagline 'A man went looking for America. And couldn't find it anywhere'
Actress Lucy
Black piano key
Block between shows
Blue-striped ball
Champion's accessory
Chaser of un trago de tequila
Chesterfield, for one
City at the foot of the Sierra Nevada
Conflict
Deal breakers, for short?
Dell competitor
Determines (if)
Devices that hurt sales at Kodak
'Did not need to know that'
'Don't rush in!'
English channel
Event in every Summer Olympics since 1900
Follower of John
Foul call
Friendly term of address
Garden sight
Give for a bit
Have high hopes
High-end Hyundai
Home of the world's busiest airport: Abbr
In vestments
Internal rule
Kitty-corner things?
Lacking in passion
Like some caterpillars
Liquidated
Lowly worker
Main feature of the Gmail logo
Misanthrope
Mocking responses
Moves lightly through the air
National force, informally
Noted Brit in the news
Ohio University player
One of the initial anchors of CNN's 'American Morning'
Park ranger's weapon
Places for braces
Popular pricing game on 'The Price Is Right'
Precious
Prelim
Promising
Put in one's sights
Recite
Response to a joke, maybe
Results of some scans
Rhythmic
Sagal of 'Futurama'
Something good for Charlie Brown?
Something only I can go on?
Something that might be replaced during car servicing
Sticking point?
Strength rating in video games
Tee off
Teeny
Terminals at London Heathrow?
Universal, Sony and Warner
What suggestive dialogue may result in
What you can do to 'Moon River'
Who said 'Revolutions are the locomotives of history'
'Wide-staring' one in a Wordsworth poem
Writing form even more constrained than a tweet
'You got me good!'