May 6th 2019, New York Times

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1990s Indiana governor Evan
"A blessing that is of no advantage to us excepting when we part with it," according to Ambrose Bierce
Actress Hatcher of "Desperate Housewives"
Bard's "before"
Box office purchases, for short
Boxing venue
Cling (to)
Coastal resort areas
Country singer Yearwood
Egyptian cobra
Fish by dragging a net
___ for tat
Foreign ___ (international matters)
Gave off, as radiation
"Gesundheit!" elicitor
Got ready to be operated on
Hands out cards
"It's a mouse!"
Lone Star State baseball player
Loud noise
Lower in position
Makes a screenplay out of
Men's formal attire, informally
Minnesota representative Ilhan ___
Mortar accompanier
Noah's craft
Noah's landing place
Not national, as an airline
October's birthstone
Ones selling commercial time, informally
Out of neutral, as a car
Place for mascara
Pod of whales
Poseidon's domain
Raison d'___
Rapid spread of a disease
River of the underworld
Sailor's affirmative
Sandwich chain whose name is French for "ready to eat"
Search (out)
"Secret" person who writes a love note
See 59-Down
"Sex and the City" star Sarah Jessica ___
Singer ___ King Cole
Someone who was literally born yesterday
State whose license plates say "Famous Potatoes"
Swirl of smoke
Take unfair advantage of
Tennis's Kournikova
___ than a doornail
"That was a close one!"
Time in history
Top 10 song
"Wailing" instrument
"Way to go, sister!"
What Marcie calls Peppermint Patty in "Peanuts"
What you might drape a dress or shirt on in a closet
"What's the ___?" (pessimist's cry)
Where to find "Cut" and "Paste"
With 65-Across, what the last words of 18-, 35- and 56-Across are to each other
Works like "Animal Farm" and "Gulliver's Travels"
Young gallant in "Romeo and Juliet"
"You've got to be kidding me!"