November 1st 2016, New York Times

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4.0, e.g
Actress Turner
African virus
Alternative to cake
Ancient Central American
Arbitrary non-explanation, after 'because'
'___ aside ...'
Basis of a refreshing Mideast beverage?
Begins to wake
Blond now, say
Broke off
Burn superficially
Cabinet dept
Cartoon frame
Categorize
C.E.O.'s deg
Chill in the air
Chomped down on
Commercial symbols in Lomé?
Country completely surrounded by South Africa
Court recorder
Cries of dismay
Cry after 'Psst!'
Cry from Juliet
David ___, comic with a famous Richard Nixon impression
Downton Abbey headgear
Emphatically zero
Ethan Frome's wife
Events in Bonnie and Clyde's biography
Far Eastern mimics?
First U.S. color TV maker
Gavotte, minuet and cancan?
Greek H's
Have supper
Her face launched a thousand ships
Indian ___
Lead-in to land for Willy Wonka's workers
Leader of a group of elves
Leer
'___ mañana'
Metonym for Middle America
No longer an octogenarian
Obama's signature health measure, for short
One of the Seven Dwarfs
Prefix with dexterity
Pres. Jefferson
Prevailed
Providers of low notes for rumbas?
Quibbles
Reptile at the top of the Jurassic food chain
River in Stephen Foster's 'Old Folks at Home'
Rolling stones lack it
Sampled
Skins' opponent in a pickup game
Sondheim's 'It Takes Two,' e.g
Source of indigo
Speaking up?
Suffix with hazard
Tailor's unit
The 'Y' of TTYL
Timid
To be, in Toulouse
Tolkien terror
Tone deafness
Total jerk
___ weevil
What a cyclops has in common with a cyclone
What kindness and graceful aging reveal
'Wheel of Fortune' buy
When repeated, child's term for supper
Where Theseus slew the Minotaur
'Your majesty'