March 18th 2017, New York Times

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1991 Daytona 500 winner Ernie
Aggressive poker play
Aquarium denizen with horizontal stripes
Bad representation?
Be lousy
Bucket of bolts
Cat's tongue
Central U.S.'s ___ Plateau
Classroom command
'Clearly!'
Coin at an arcade
Commoner contemner
Competitor of Baker's Joy
Confusion
Creator of Bluto and Wimpy
Crow's-foot, e.g
'Death and the ___' (Bosch painting in the National Gallery of Art)
Distance unit of about 30 inches
European crested ___
Even faster than overnight
Form of the Italian verb 'to be'
From the heart, in Latin
Go in and out of middle management?
He played an escaped convict in 'We're No Angels'
Heart
Honest or respectable course
'How ludicrous!'
It could be a blooper
It ended after W.W. II
___ Jiabao, 2003-13 premier of China
Keys are found in it: Abbr
Like first drafts, usually
Like stars in a review
Line online
Longtime Cunard flagship, for short
Longtime locals
Lounge piece
Marie Curie and Irène Joliot-Curie, e.g
Marine 10-legger
Mid-luxury Mercedes-Benz line
More than serious
Mozart contemporary Antonio ___
One for the record books
One of a pair a gardener might wear
Org. for many residents
Packing supply
Pandorans in 'Avatar'
Photoshop color effect
Phrase usually abbreviated
Polymer add-on?
Predictably
Prepare for a close-up
River of York
Rte. that ends in 22-Across
School address
See 48-Across
Set electricians
So-called 'Caput Mundi' ('Head of the World')
Studio equipment
Succession in a board game
The Allegheny and Wabash, to the Ohio: Abbr
'The Cocktail Party' inits
'The Outcasts of Poker Flat' author
Think over
Tickling response
Town in Connecticut's Gold Coast
Tweak
'Welcome to the Jungle' singer, 1988
Whale facility
With 9-Down, hit sitcom of the 1980s-'90s