November 10th 2016, New York Times

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21-gun salutes, e.g
Actor Jon of 'Mad Men'
Actress Phylicia
Alpha dog
Ask too many questions, say
Barzini and others, in 'The Godfather'
Boy or Girl follower
'Brah!'
Chances left after Slim left town, in a saying
Colorful corn balls
Compound under control by the Kyoto Protocol
Counterterrorism org
Course coda
Covering the waterfront
Dairy Queen order
Dear companion?
Doppelgänger
Eastern V.I.P
Event with a king and queen
Facility at Quantico
Feature of a one-armed bandit
___ fighter ('Star Wars' vehicle)
Fish whose name is a calculator number turned upside down
Food item often placed in a stack
Free
French composer Gabriel
Getting tons of calls
Grandpa Walton portrayer
Hero in the Trojan War
History's ___ Affair
Hornets and the like
How bedroom furniture is often sold
It has much room to grow
It may require gloves, for short
Its chimes were the first U.S. registered 'sound mark'
Jay's place
Jockey with a speeding Citation
Key of Pachelbel's Canon
Lighter side?
Little Caesar in 'Little Caesar'
Locale of the sculpture 'La Bocca della Verità'
Many a Parliament Hill staffer
Marvel Comics villain
Minimal
Mixed stock
National Dog Day Mo
Netflix activity
No matter how
Old ship constellation
Part of the 'sum' conjugation
Plan to leave shortly?
Power ___
Reagan confidant
Record label whose name derives from Greek myth
Singer/actress Grande
Small step up?
Star in Orion
Start of a flat, maybe
Suggestive
Taxable amount for an investor
Tell
The absolute worst
Tiny information unit
Upscale hotel chain
Vex
Void
Vowelless interjection
Wait anxiously
'What greater gift than the love of a ___?': Dickens
'Who, me?'
Windy City transportation inits
Word rhyming with 'ignore' in 'I Am Woman'
Words from the fashionably late
Writer who said 'One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well'