July 10th 2017, New York Times

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"Absolutely, amigo!"
Ancient dream of humanity that's hinted at by the starts of 17-, 24-, 37- and 53-Across (in Hawaiian, Hebrew, Latin and Russian, respectively)
Ancient land in Asia Minor
___ and cons
Apple computers
"Attack, Bowser!"
Bridge declaration when not bidding
Bring together
British wastelands
California's Santa ___ Derby
Colorful top often worn with a lei
Critics who can't be pleased
___ de Janeiro
Defeater of Nixon in 1960
Disputed island in the China Sea
Emancipation Proclamation prez
Finer in quality
Fire, as from a job
"For shame!"
Fuel-efficient vehicles
Gives off, as light
God of love
Going ___ (fighting)
Grow weary
Help with the dishwashing, say
High, wispy clouds
Holy sanctuary
Inc., in England
Incessantly complain
Joel Coen's filmmaking brother
Killer whales
Kit that may include colored pencils and a stencil
Kitten : cat :: ___ : dog
"Let me reiterate ..."
Links org.
Ljubljana resident
Long, tranquil period ushered in by the emperor Augustus
"Lucky Jim" author Kingsley
Night of anticipation
"Oh darn, I give up!"
One of the senses
Orbiter from 1986 to 2001
Paper-folding craft
Part of a grove
Partner of Snap and Crackle
Paying close attention
Period on Venus that's longer than a year on Venus (!)
Pete with seven Wimbledon championships
Played a part
Poet/illustrator Silverstein
Put on one's seat belt
Roasting rod
Sound from a would-be test cheater
"South Pacific" show tune
___-splitting (really loud)
Sticky secretion
Tel Aviv skyscraper that was the first to be built in the Mideast
"That's a shame"
"That's all ___ wrote"
The Bruins of the N.C.A.A.
"___ the season ..."
Ticked (off)
Used a stun gun on
Went kaput
Where dirty dishes pile up
Yep's opposite