June 14th 2017, New York Times

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1871 Eliot novel
1924 Gershwin composition
1970 Harrison song
1977 Lucas film
2010 Bush autobiography
Access
Actor Robert of 1970s-'80s TV's 'Quincy, M.E.'
Aid in quitting smoking
Amazon category
'And the ___ goes to ...'
Baltic capital
Bum ___
Bush denizen, for short
Capital of Qatar
Celebratory cry
___ chi ch'uan
Colony members
Coupling device
Dial, e.g
Dish featuring corn chips as a main ingredient
'___ does not surpass nature, but only brings it to perfection': Cervantes
Early platform for The Legend of Zelda, for short
Easy way to get information on something nowadays
Exclamation that describes 13-, 20-, 30-, 39- and 51-Across
Fire
Flying pest, slangily
Gymnastics event, informally
Heavily involved
High throw
Highland patterns
'___-hoo!'
Immigrant's course, for short
Jewish organization known for its outreach work
Just
Lead-in to boy
Letters associated with a rainbow flag
Like the Atacama Desert among all places on earth
Like the baby in a 9 1/2-month pregnancy
Looking skyward
Magazine founder Eric
Malfunction
Modern education acronym
Nervous
Off-axis
Office of the Vatican
Other, in Oaxaca
Place for a 12-Down
Place to find solutions in school
Plantation of book and film
Playwright Eugène
Pointless
Polish dumpling
'Poor venomous fool,' in Shakespeare
Raising of spirits?
Regarding this matter
Scrape or cut
Secretary of state during the Korean War
Self-referential
Shock jock Don
Sloughed off
Some paid rides
Sort with a high-energy personality
Stamp collector's unit
Suffix with major
Syllable in oldies songs
Symbol for torque
Terra ___ (old name for Newfoundland)
Took top honors
T.S.A. tool
[Warning: explicit content]
Wifey, with 'the'
Word before Day or World on magazine racks