July 11th 2017, New York Times

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A fly-by-night?
America, for example, which has a "Cup" named after it
___ Arbor, Mich.
Assign, as blame
Big name in nail polish
Borrower's letters
Bowler, e.g.
Boxing victories, briefly
California roll ingredient
Canon camera
Cold drink at Burger King
Come in second
Delta competitor: Abbr.
Done, in Dijon
Follow relentlessly
Former C.I.A. director Porter ___
Found really neat
Fruit in som tam salad
Gin's partner
Home of the Ewoks
"I remember when ..."
Introductory painting class
Iowa college town
Katniss Everdeen, in "The Hunger Games"
Kills time
Ladies' man
Laudatory poetry
Like some juries
Long past
Make the grade
Matchmaking site since 1997
Natural fuel source
Nickname of the Mexican drug lord Joaqu�n Guzm�n
No-win situation
[not my mistake]
Off-road wheels, briefly
Perennially strong entrant at the Winter Olympics: Abbr.
Picture file format
Pre-employment screening
Punched out
Santa ___ winds
Screenwriter Ephron
Sleep clinic concern
Something that's definite?
SpaceX founder Musk
Sports centers
Stage signal
Stayed calm
Stem the flow of
Swab analysis sites
Tennis star Arthur
The Rolling Stones or Smashing Pumpkins
Togo's home: Abbr.
Turkish for "lord"
"Twister" or "San Andreas" film genre
"Uncle!" criers, maybe
Unlock, to a poet
Untouchable one
Victoria and David Beckham, e.g. ... or what 17-, 26-, 47- and 57-Across each have, in a way
Vision: Prefix
War vet's affliction, for short
Working hard
Workout target, for short
Wrist bones
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