January 6th 2019, New York Times

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19,000 -foot Peruvian volcano
According to
Adorable sort
All thumbs
___ anchor (stay still, nautically)
Apollo 13 commander
As we speak
*Battery boost
Be a good designated driver
Beat by a nose
Biblical son who was nearly sacrificed by his father
Big name in notebooks
Bill Clinton or Barack Obama
Bird with blood-red eyes
Box ___ (tree)
___ Bravo
*Bringer of cold weather
Came from on high
Can't stand
Caterpillar alternative
Certain keg attachment
Common email attachments
Constitutional Amendment about presidential election procedures
'Contact' org
Continental trade grp., once
Continuing source of irritation
Course halves
Course rarity
Demands serious effort (of)
Drain feature
Dream up
Duke and others
Empire once spanning three continents
Enter again, as data
Female friend: Lat
Fig. usually expressed as a percentage
First name in courtroom fiction
Fish dish that Nobu restaurants are noted for
Flag thrower
Gave a thumbs-up
Get soaked, say
Give up
Grammy winner Morissette
Hand-carved Polynesian statues
'Hasta ___'
Height: Prefix
*Help for users
Houses that may include tunnels
Husband of Lara in 'Doctor Zhivago'
'I know the answer!'
Image file extension
Increasingly outmoded circus roles
Instigated, with 'on'
It's in your jeans
*Law enforcement target
Lead-in to '-ville'
Leave thirsty
Like Benadryl: Abbr
Like priests
Lopsided win
'___ makes man wiser and clear-sighted': Vladimir Putin
Many a craft brew
Many East Asian World Heritage Sites
March ___
Massive star
Mead ingredient
Method: Abbr
Moisturizer brand
Morning fix, slangily
*Moved closer to home?
Nirvana, e.g
One keeping a secret, metaphorically
One of eight in 'Old MacDonald Had a Farm'
Peru's ___ Chávez International Airport
Pieces of three-pieces
Pilot follower, maybe
Pitcher Hideo Nomo, e.g., by birth
Pitchers' awards?
Plains tribe
Polish off
[Poor, pitiful me!]
Pricey mushroom
Princess Charlotte, to Harry
Prison weapon
Pro ___
Radio City Music Hall has a famous one
Rain-___ (bubble gum brand)
Range rovers
Ref. works that can run $1,000
Roughly estimated
Rust, e.g
Sea whose Wikipedia article is written in the past tense
Shade of gray
Sitting posture in yoga
Some intersections
*Startling disclosure
*Stereotypical movie outcome
Stock holder?
Suffix of ordinals
Sun block?
Sushi sauce
Symbols of sovereignty
The Browns, on scoreboards
'The Matrix' character
Things used for dumping ... or a literal hint to the answers to the starred clues?
Ticked off
Ticks off
___-Town (city nickname)
Triple-A jobs
Up to it
Vacation spot offering a warm welcome?
___ Valley
*Very soon
Without principles
Woman famously evicted from her home
Works in a museum