May 16th 2017, New York Times

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1920s car
A Bobbsey twin
Affected manner
Aid for administering an oath of office
Ballet step
Big inits. in the aerospace industry
CALIFORNIA N = Majestic beast
'Celeste Aida,' e.g
Charge for a plug?
Chicago squad in old 'S.N.L.' skits
Complete block
'Curious George' books, e.g
'Divergent' actor James
English johns
Evelyn Waugh's writer brother
Famous Tokyo-born singer
Futures analyst?
Gave an exam
Get dog-tired
Got some sun
Honor with insults
Hunter's freezerful, maybe
Imps are little ones
'___ it ironic?'
Laborious task
Marching well
Martin who wrote 'London Fields'
MARYLAND O = Period in which nothing special happens
MISSOURI E = 'No fooling!'
Mule's father
Muslim leader
NEBRASKA T = Mortgage specifications
Neither here nor there?
Nod from offstage, maybe
One-in-a-million event
Option words
Outer protein shell of a virus
Passes by
Phishing target: Abbr
Phishing targets, briefly
Places where oysters are served
Prepares to shoot near the basket, say
Prince William's mom
Professional headgear that's stereotypically red
Put off
Rears of ships
Rode the bench
S. Amer. home of the tango
Sacagawea dollar, e.g
Salad green
Segment of a binge-watch
Shaving mishaps
Short dance wear
Smoked marijuana
SoCal force
Straight downhill run on skis
'Understood, dude'
Victim of river diversion in Asia
View, as the future
WASHINGTON R = Intimidation tactic
Whole slew
Whopper inventor
Word repeated in 'Ring Around the Rosy' before 'We all fall down'
[You crack me up]
'You win,' alternatively