January 8th 2019, New York Times

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7'6' N.B.A. star ___ Ming
'99 Luftballons' singer
*A swimsuit might leave one
Abbr. in an email field
Ancient handwritten volume
Baghdad residents
Baker's dozen?
Best-selling detergent brand
Blue race in 'Avatar'
Boeing rival
Clunker of a car
Counterpart of criminal
Cozy accommodations for a traveler, informally
Critical hosp. wing
Cry made while taking a bow
Dame ___ Everage
Detergents, e.g
Digs made of twigs
Done for
Doug Jones's home: Abbr
Eastern 'way'
Electronica producer Brian
Equivalent of 'Inc.' in the U.K
Fathers, as foals
Fish spawn
Form of Elizabeth
'Gloria in excelsis ___' (carol chorus)
'___ go!'
Good rating for a bond
Gossip
Heroine of 'The Force Awakens'
Ho-hum feeling
*Ill-defined situations
*Important part of a plane
King Kong, for one
Lacking vegetation
Landlord's income
Like the part of a pool with a diving board
Long-term legislator
Longtime weatherman of morning TV
Loony
Low-I.Q
Marie ___ (women's magazine)
Michael of 'Batman' and 'Birdman'
*Moscow landmark
Musical Yoko
Mythological figure who takes a bow
Nostalgia-evoking, as fashion
Noted number on Downing Street
Off-script remark
Offer a thought
Old Palm smartphone
Opening strip on a package
Outrage
Parts of college applications
Passed, as laws
Path of the tip of a pendulum
Played on the green
Pond carp
Portuguese greeting
*Powerful object in 'The Hobbit'
Precedent setter in court
Recede gradually
Rock's Burdon or Clapton
Sample
Seasoning amt
See 2-Down
Small bit
Stars-and-stripes land
*Starting point, metaphorically
Tidy
Ties, as a score
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Where a fishing boat ties up
Where Noah's Ark landed
Wild feline
With 51-Down, star of 'Wonder Woman'
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