November 2nd 2016, New York Times

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1956 crisis site
African land whose capital is N'Djamena
After the N.F.L., the most-watched sports org. on U.S. television
All-time best-selling Frank Sinatra album
Anglers' aids
Bad way to run
Be nuts about
Blacken on a grill
Bridgegate problem
Caramel bite from Hershey
Clumsy sort
Comic Con, for one
Del Rey with the album 'Ultraviolence'
Diez minus siete
Does a slow burn
Dust-creating tools
End of the answer
End of the riddle
Facebook, on an iPhone or Galaxy
Feature of the Budweiser logo
First novel in Christopher Paolini's Inheritance Cycle
Flat-bottomed boats of old
Flower that symbolizes purity
Fuel-yielding rock
Give Xanax, say
'Go me!'
Golf or tennis coup
'Hipster doofus' on 'Seinfeld'
'I guess you didn't get the ___'
It's a start
Just dandy
Kelly Clarkson was the first one, informally
Kind of yoga
Knit item at a social
Landfill emanation
Like Inverted Jenny postage stamps
Lower in status
Marcel Duchamp's art style
Martial arts award
Much coffeehouse music
Much of North Africa
Muscat's land
Night, in Nantes
Norway's patron saint
Not so risky
Obama follower?
Often-rummy holiday drinks
Onetime rival of TWA
Org. in 'Argo'
___'Pea
Polo Grounds great Mel
Prefix with classical
Printer problem
School of whales
Sellers had three in 'Dr. Strangelove'
Sign before Taurus
Small European finch
Smoke an e-cigarette
___ Spring (2010s movement)
Start of a Mad Hatter riddle that went unanswered
Start of a possible answer to the riddle
Swords or cups, in tarot
Take away
'The Divine Comedy,' e.g
Totally absorbed
Traded verbal barbs
'Two Women' director
Typical user of a transistor radio
Underground pest
Upper limit, for short
Viking Ship Museum city
Wagering sites, for short
Warrior monk of sci-fi
'We have the meats' chain