July 12th 2017, New York Times

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A peck in a park is one, for short
Aches (for)
"All in the Family" mother
... and something to eat while watching the remakes
Animals that provided hair used in Chewbacca's costume
App customer
Apply, as lotion
"As if!"
Barracks barkers: Abbr.
Be abrasive
"Bloody" queen
Bouncer's checks, for short?
Brief blow
Canine command
Carson not known for his monologues
Completely busted
Computer that accurately predicted Ike's 1952 election
Cut above the flank
Deface
Emo emotion
F.D.R., Churchill and Stalin's last meeting place
Feeling of anxiety
Film lovers may run in it
Fine cotton
French vineyard
Gardner who wrote "The Case of the Negligent Nymph"
Gentle tune
Give it up, so to speak
Goat coat
Grumbly "Are you still sleeping?" response
Guy with a lot of bookings?
Half of a towel set
Indians' home: Abbr.
It's stuck on a grill
Jessica of "Fantastic Four"
Kind of boid that catches the woim?
Kuwaiti leader
Lands on a couch, say
Lecture
Like cheap toilet paper
Little red monster
Long march
Make litterproof?
Member of the first family
Modern-day remake of a Bing Crosby film?
Modern-day remake of a Robert De Niro film?
Modern-day remake of a W. C. Fields film?
Moon unit?
One on a U.S. penny
Overnight flight
Part of EGBDF
Pause
Please ___ (invoice stamp)
Pop
Prefix meaning "half"
Relative of a musette
Rock's Jethro ___
Sci-fi princess
Slant
Snooping
South African golfing great
Southern Slav
Squelch
Sticky strip
"That so?!"
They might emerge on hilltops
Toss
Tournament pass
Troop group
T.S.A. screening
TV's "Top ___"
Video game with a square ball
What good comics do
What may have a dog leg to the left or right?
Wheel adornment
Where a congregation congregates
Whopping
Word derived from the name of a Belgian town