March 14th 2019, New York Times

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Clue
A geisha might be found in one
Advice for relaxing
Aid for a fugitive
Animal that shares its name with a king of Thrace in the "Iliad"
"Are you ___?"
Beginning of many workdays
Brown or blacken
Burgoo, e.g.
Can
Chinua who wrote "Things Fall Apart"
"Ciao"
"Close call!"
Clothing department
Coalition
Comfortable and welcoming
Concert piece
Ding
Edge
Finding on Snopes.com
Frilly
Get dressed (up)
"Got it"
Habituate
Have a quick look-see, say
"Here's something for you to think about, you ingrate!"
[I don't care]
In public
Inc. alternative
Incredulous question
___ it out (fights)
Judge appropriate
Kept for a rainy day
Kind of purse that sags
Language of the pre-Roman Empire
Long
Manage to detach by hitting
Mindlessly
Ninny
Norman Bates or his mother, in "Psycho"
Numbers game
One of the choices on a computer's 17-Across
One who spreads discord
Onetime division of the Chrysler Corporation
Order in the court
Overdo the flattery
___-Pacific
Place for a king and queen
Place where people are going with their drinks?
Place where plots are hatched
Politico who called the press "nattering nabobs of negativism"
Portable workstation
Prefix with particle
Request during a physical checkup
Self-referential
Shade provider in Thomas Gray's "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard"
Shivering fit
Sights along the Champs-Élysées
Small
Some IHOP choices
Spiritual guide
Suggested qty.
Sweatshirt part
Symbol of strength
Take another shot at
Takedown piece
"That so?"
The radius runs along it
"___! 'tis true I have gone here and there" (start of a Shakespeare sonnet)
Top-level list
Unpleasant find in a sweater
Welcome at the front door
Western villain ... or a hint to four answers in this puzzle
"What are you waiting for?!"
Where many cabins are found
Will, more emphatically
Worst in a competition