June 6th 2018, New York Times

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1,049-mile race
1974 C.I.A. parody
1975 Best Musical Tony winner, with 'The'
2018 Super Bowl champs
A little dense
Academic address ender
Al ___ (pasta order)
Algonquian language
'Baloney!'
Bank charge
BBC ___
Become too sweet after a while, say
Buffalo hockey player
Bundle up
Cause of a bee sting's sting
Crackerjack
Creed of Hollywood
Declared on a stack of Bibles
Demolition letters
End of the quip
Entwined
___ greens
'Harper Valley ___' (1968 hit)
Hems' partners
Howe'er
Identify on Facebook
Implement for confident crossword solvers
It's not free of charge
Jamboree attendee
John F. Kennedy and Jimmy Carter served in it
John with 56 Top 40 singles in the U.S
Just as planned
Kind of off-season baseball 'league'
Leggy wader
Letters on a lotion bottle
Little person
Locale of many cookie-cutter homes
Many an ex-president's book
Missouri city, informally
Modern lead-in to call
Mud
Navigation hazards
Needing quarters, maybe
Old telephone service provider, informally
Other, in Acapulco
Otherworldly
Overly fussy
Part 2 of the quip
Part 3 of the quip
Part 4 of the quip
Pipe bend
Pot-scrubbing brand
Potential Emmy nominee
Precious stone that has been found on Mars (fun fact!)
Pricy wristwatch
QB Roethlisberger
Quick turn
Reply: Abbr
River crossed by Westminster Bridge
School of whales
Send to attack
Sensei's teaching
She-bear, in Baja
Source of the milk for pecorino Romano cheese
Sow chow
Speleologist
Spend the night in
Start of a quip attributed to British comedian Ken Dodd
Suffix with narc-
Sweet tubers
The New ___ (weekly)
The ___ Ridge Boys (country/gospel quartet)
Thomas Edison's middle name
Town in two Dr. Seuss books
What's within your range?
Where a truck driver sits
Y feature
'You betcha!'