March 11th 2018, New York Times

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'1984' superstate
2000s corporate scandal subject
'60s Pontiac
A bit cracked
A bit stiff
Actress Faye
Adele's 'Someone Like You,' e.g
Algebraic variables
Alphabetically first 'American Idol' judge across all 16 seasons
Alternative to boeuf or jambon
Anti-mob tool
Any of the Baltic states, once: Abbr
Big battery
Boxing champ Roberto
Bump, as from a schedule
Charlottetown's prov
Checkpoint org
Chests' places
Chicago terminal code
Clicking sounds?
Cultural values
Cyclotron bits
'Darn it all!'
Doesn't just assume
Double-back move
Dressy accessory
Drone, for one
Dryer buildup
Ecosystem endangered by global warming
Etta of old comics
Fall off
Food cart offerings
Former part of the U.S.S.R.: Abbr
Forms, forms and more forms
Gambling mecca
'Get 'em!'
Go from bud to blossom, to a poet
Gold medal, to an Olympian
Golden Globe-winning actor for 'Chicago'
Graduation attire
Hallux, more familiarly
Heading on a neighborhood poster
Heavenly sound?
Hebrew for 'My God! My God!'
Herb resembling spinach
'Here's an idea ...'
High land
Hit straight to the shortstop, perhaps
Inn stock
Iron Range product
It goes around the neck
It may hold the line
Kind of dip
Last seen being mocked by a cat. If found, call ___ [see 46-Across]
Last seen chasing down clues. If found, call ___ [see 24-Across]
Last seen in the nursery. If found, call ___ [see 84-Across]
Last seen riding in a basket. If found, call ___ [see 106-Across]
Last seen with a red-haired girl. If found, call ___ [see 119-Across]
Like a certain Freudian complex
Like most holidays
List-reducing abbr
Love all around?
Marriage announcement
Mix with
Modest two-piece swimsuit
More hoarse
My word, maybe
Navel type
One-named Swedish singer with the Grammy-nominated song 'Dancing on My Own'
One of the Marcoses of the Philippines
One who can't keep weight off for long
Parcel (out)
Pizzeria chain, casually
Poet who wrote of Daedalus
Poison ivy soother
Postal abbr. for a rural address
Power up?
Prefix with play and place
Proceed enthusiastically
Puts the kibosh on
QB's tally
Radio personality Glenn
Reverses, as a deletion
Rowing muscle, for short
Sash supporter
Saw the sights
Scotland's longest river
Scream or bawl, e.g
Sharply sour fruit
Sister of Ariadne
Some bygone theaters
Some centerfolds
Some greenery that's not grass
Some kitchen appliances, for short
Standing closet
Start of Yale's motto
Stationed (at)
Stop for now
Storied journey
Subtitle of Hawthorne's 'Fanshawe'
Sudoku entry
Symbol gotten by typing Option Shift 2
Tempe sch
The U.S., to Mexicans
Theme song of Milton Berle
Tijuana setting, informally
Toll rds
Utah's ___ Mountains
Vision-correcting procedure
Visit during a trip
War loser, usually
Webster's Third competitor, for short
Wee, to a Scot
What's left on TV?
Where the engine is in a Porsche 911
Yokohama 'yes'