March 4th 2019, New York Times

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Baby sheep
Bach masterpiece, informally
Backstreet Boys member ____ Dorough
Bad actors
Bad blood
Badminton do-overs
Baffled exclamations
Bakery item with fruit
Ballot listing
Balsam ___ (tree)
Ban alcoholic beverages
Bar mitzvah dance
Barbershop quartet voice
Barrett of gossip
Baseball's Gehrig
Battery's and -
Battle god for the Greeks
Bayer brand
Bear in a hit 2012 comedy
Beast of the Himalayas
Beat badly
Beaujolais and other wines
Beauty mark
Bed of roses, so to speak
Beer ___ (frat party item)
"Begone!"
Benadryl might treat them
Besmear, as a canvas
Bestows 10%, say, in church
Betting strategy that reduces risk
Betty White co-star on "The Golden Girls"
Between ports
Biblical father of Jacob
Big workers' group
Bill Clinton vis-à-vis Georgetown and 54-Down
Bills with George Washington's face
Bingo card's middle square
Birthday cake part
Bit of advice to the insecure
Bit of color
"Blemished" fruit
Blitz
Blocked, as sound
Blurt out, perhaps
Boaters' implements
Boise's state
Bolo ___ (Western wear)
Bomb architect Enrico
Boozed up
Border
Border mountain between Europe and Asia
Borgnine's "big" role in "From Here to Eternity"
Bother
"Bother you at all?"
Brainiac in a certain high school competition
Brainstorm
Brand-new-looking
Brand of chocolate
Bread in Southern cuisine
Break audibly
Breathe rapidly
Brecht contemporary in German literature
Brief announcements from pilots?
"Brilliant, dude!"
Bring to anger
British city after which the Big Apple is named
Brooding sorts
Brooklyn-born Supreme Court justice
Brought out to show, informally
Buffalo's lake
Bulldogs' school in the Ivy League
Bundle up
Bustle
"But still ..."
Buy the farm, so to speak
Buyer of drugs, e.g.