May 22nd 2017, New York Times

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12 months, in Tijuana
1950s prez
Agent, in brief
Airport screening org
All a tanker can hold
Altar area
Arrested
Bale binder
Band that made Justin Timberlake famous
'___ before beauty'
Came clean, with 'up'
Casting out of a demon
Chef Lagasse
Chop (off)
Chutzpah
Cole ___ (side dish)
Concorde, for short
Corp. head
Coverings pulled across infields
Cuisine with kimchi
___ de Janeiro
Do, re or mi
Double curves, as on highways
Fad
Fairy tale's first word
Feature lacked by Helvetica type
Fix, as a knot
Form of a papyrus document
Gives the go-ahead
Greek goddess of victory
Handsome man
Heroin or Vicodin
Historical periods
Home of 'Monday Night Football'
Homie
'I'd be delighted'
Indy vehicles
Insect in a colony
Inverse trig function
Is in debt
King of the gods in Wagner's 'Ring' cycle
'___-la-la'
Library ID
Like baseball's Pacific Coast League
Madison and Fifth in Manhattan: Abbr
Maple syrup source
Medicare drug benefit
Memorable 2011 hurricane
Mournful bell sounds
'Mr.' on the Enterprise
Nest eggs for later years, in brief
'No' votes
Not fooled by
Not new
Nuts for squirrels
One function of 1-/43-/76-Across
Org. advocating pet adoption
Otherwise
Place to play the slots
Pong game maker
Pool table triangle
'Purple ___' (Prince hit)
'Quaking' tree
Refuge during the Great Flood
Removed, as chalk
Resurrection figure
Sault ___ Marie, Mich
See 1-Across
Sign of a sellout
'S.N.L.' alum Cheri
Tehran native
They're 'Red' in Boston and 'White' in Chicago
Third-party account
Veranda
Where all roads lead, it's said
Windshield feature
With 43- and 76-Across, camping aid
Word after bass or treble
Word sung three times before 'for the home team' in 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game'