May 1st 2019, New York Times

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Clue
A, B, C, D and E, to nutritionists
A little chipper
Argued vehemently (against)
Article's start, in journalism jargon
Basis of some scholarships
Bask on the beach
Birth announcement
Bottom line figure
Bring before a superior for reprimand
Building by a barn
Campus building
Clenched, as teeth
Compassionate "Uncle Tom's Cabin" girl
Conductor's beat
Cordon (off)
Dark loaf
Down Under bird
Ending with orange or lemon
Engraved stone marker
Free speech org.
Fuss
Gets a Venmo request, say
Give off
*Internet addresses
"Is this really necessary?"
Joined the Army, say
Killer Bee?
Lake Victoria lies on its southern border
Lash holder
*Like some foreign protests
*Like the pitcher in a batting order, often
Matter for the Postal Inspection Service
Meals
Missing button in many an elevator
Mork's birthplace on "Mork & Mindy"
Mr. : English :: ___ : Persian
MuggleNet or The Leaky Cauldron, for "Harry Potter" readers
"My man!"
Next in line
*Not formally worded
Novel on which the film "Clueless" is based
Object
Olympic pool divisions
Pale-colored beer
Part of a Snickers bar
Part of PRNDL
*Peacocks, but not peahens
Picky ___
Post-championship celebration
Public perception
Separate, as stitches
Sheik's peer
Something that requires a special headset to play, informally
Spitball, e.g.
Stack
Stop signal
Substance for a juicer
Tears
"Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea" author
Unit for a YouTube video
Upper-right keyboard button
Walk dizzily
Wall St. "500"
*Wandered
What Britain voted to Brexit from, for short
*What keeps a part apart
What the answers to the starred clues are each anagrams of
What verb endings indicate
When doubled, uncritically enthusiastic
Who asked "Would you eat them in a box? Would you eat them with a fox?"
Word found before and after "and," in a phrase
"Wouldn't that be nice!"