June 17th 2017, New York Times

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About to explode
Austrian treats
Barbershop staple from 'The Music Man'
___ bath
Big character in children's literature
Bothered terribly
Builders of the original Legoland
Call of Duty tally
Cartoon word often seen with a lightning bolt
Channel swimmer Gertrude
Day of doom, in Scandinavian mythology
Destination proclamation
Drawn-out campaign
Dry runs, e.g
Early Mercedes-Benz racing car
Fats Domino's real first name
Fifth of eight parrying positions in fencing
___ floresiensis (extinct 'hobbit')
Flow stopper, of a sort
French anise-flavored liqueur
Generates, with 'up'
Goes for the bronze?
Group of 100 people
Historical name of the Iberian Peninsula
'It's déjà vu all over again' speaker
Kakuro calculation
Lead-in to méxico
Leave en masse
Meal maker?
Memphis-to-Nashville dir
One might be a 'n00b'
Ones putting down quadrels
Part of a merry refrain
Part of Sherlock Holmes's attire
Poet Sara who wrote 'I Shall Not Care'
Port on Ishikari Bay
Practice composition?: Abbr
Preserves covers?
Put down hard
Reduce in force or intensity
Runner's ___ (marathoner's woe)
Sea seen from Ithaca
Shaking like a leaf, maybe
Shiraz setting
Sibling trio in 'Hamilton'
Skin-care brand
Some pyramids, though not the ones at Giza
SpaceX head Musk
Ta-Nehisi who wrote the best seller 'Between the World and Me'
They're high at M.I.T. and Stanford
Title actress on Netflix's 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'
Very much
Wearying work schedule
Whole note, to a Brit
'Would ___?'