July 4th 2018, New York Times

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Annual greeting ... or a hint to the ends of 17-, 26-, 39- and 48-Across
Away from the wind
'___ be surprised'
Blue expanse
Bring out of the closet?
Bruce or son Brandon
Bygone anesthetic
Come to fruition
County prosecutors, for short
Cousin of an épée
Cut, as ties
Dense megalopolis that includes Hong Kong, Macau and Guangzhou [Greek alphabet]
Destroy, as an opponent
Device sold with earbuds
Didn't leave after everyone else left
Dirty, as tricks
Food item ordered at a bar
Goddess who captured Orion, in Greek myth
Govt. debt instrument
Grade sch. class
Hanoi holiday
Hillary Clinton's maiden name
Identifications on left-hand pages, traditionally [the Bible]
Indian state that exports tea
Interterminal transport
'It's not my first ___'
John or son Julian
Kids' road trip game
Letter before Peter in a phonetic alphabet
Like some vin
Macbeth's Scottish burial isle
Male swan
Massachusetts' Cape ___
'Money ___ object'
Motrin alternative
Netflix transmission
'Oh, hogwash!'
Opposite of paleo-
Out of whack
Pac-12 athlete
Peace sign
Plants also known as ladies' fingers
Ran gracefully
Remote things?
Renée Fleming performance
Scoffing look
Setting for a popular show [dimensions]
Shock dispenser
Showstopper, literally
Singer with the 2017 Album of the Year '24K Magic' [planets]
Small, medium or large: Abbr
Small protuberance
Something a bug might produce
Something one might do after an embarrassing loss
Speechless, perhaps
Spoke like Gollum in 'The Lord of the Rings'
Still-life object
'Stop! You'll be sorry!'
Stout, maybe
Subject of early genetic study
Summer refresher
Tennis great Ivanisevic
Trade blows
Tremendous piece of work
___ voce (without dissent)
Wood in some closets
Word with press or mess
World champion, e.g