March 6th 2017, New York Times

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200- or 400-meter run, e.g.
Alternative to FedEx
Ankle-high work shoe
Article of outerwear for a candy lover?
Article of outerwear for a champagne drinker?
Article of outerwear for a General Motors employee?
Article of outerwear for a housekeeper?
Article of outerwear for an urbanite?
Auction grouping
Awards in the ad biz
Belgrade native
Bird that gives a hoot
Bit from a movie
Bunny's movement
Caged talker
Carpet variety
Chinese leader with a Little Red Book
Circus tumbler
Classic muscle car
Command spoken while pulling the reins
Command to a dog
Common weather phenomenon in San Francisco
Component of a science course
Count with fangs
Crop up
Descriptive language
Done: Fr.
Easter Island locale
Entree that may be slathered in barbecue sauce
Faintest idea
Fond du ___, Wis.
Gold standards
"Grand" women
___ Harbour, Fla.
Having a ho-hum attitude
Headgear for a drizzly day
Holders of some music collections
Honeycomb product
Justice Sotomayor
Kilmer of "Top Gun"
Leave full
Lee who directed "Life of Pi"
___ lily
Madrid Mrs.
Mary ___ cosmetics
Medicine-approving org.
Memory unit
Middle of Arizona?
Newspapers, collectively
N.F.L. three-pointers: Abbr.
Nile viper
No. after a main telephone no.
Opera melody
Painters' touches
Paving goo
Potato chips, to Brits
Quick look
Rainbow shape
Rambunctious little kids
Rat or roach
Removes the rind from
Retired jet, for short
___-rock (music genre)
Shorebird with a distinctive shriek
Small ammo
Some computer picture files
Thicken, as blood
Thinks, thinks, thinks (about)
Too many of them "spoil the broth"
Unappetizing food that might be served with a ladle
Warm greeting
What the "Gras" of Mardi Gras means
Wine barrel
Witch's laugh