June 10th 2017, New York Times

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Abbr. in a bibliographic citation
'Are you kidding me?!'
Bad spot
Begin at the beginning?
Bob who narrated 'How I Met Your Mother'
Bright camp wear
'___ Carey,' 9x platinum 1990 album
Character of book and film who was born John Clayton III
Danger for a hiker
Davy Jones's locker, with 'the'
Deli supply
Epithet meaning 'great soul'
Fast-food order placed millions of times a day worldwide
Fitting coffee order on a submarine?
Forerunner in a race?
Gothic architecture feature
Greyhound destinations?
Half of a black and tan
Income for general expenses?
It's all the same
It's got teeth
Jules or Jim, in 'Jules et Jim'
Kids, typically
Koan contemplator
Launch of April 1968
Like the Golden Horde
Milky Way maker
Mom and pop business?
National bird of Trinidad and Tobago
Number one advocate?
One way to look
O'Neill contemporary
Passed the dessert?
Physics class project testing impact safety
Refuse work?
Relative of a cod
Reprimand gruffly
Runner's place
Running around with one's hair on fire
Runs, for instance
Scout uniform part
Seed of a strawberry or sunflower
Separate, as strands of hair
Set free
Ship's capacity
Skydivers' aids
'So ___!'
Spot almost halfway through a course
Staple of a barbershop shave
Staple of modern sci-fi movies, for short
Stopwatch ticks: Abbr
Subservient sort
Take some courses
Two stars, perhaps
Uranus or Neptune
Very old school
Victor at Brandywine