November 5th 2018, New York Times

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2,000 pounds
2016 Olympics host, informally
500 sheets of paper
___ acid (protein builder)
Amusement park ride that goes around and around
Apple desktop
As originally placed
Attaches using string
Before, poetically
Breakfast cereal with a naval officer on its box
Brittle, spicy cookie
Broadcast news snippets ... or an apt description for 17-, 28- and 46-Across?
___ buddy
Care provider, briefly
Category for a minor-league team
Chocolaty candy on a stick
Christmas stealer in a Dr. Seuss book
Constantly rising things in gentrifying neighborhoods
Container for soup or cereal
Core belief
Danny who co-starred in 'White Christmas'
Dissolute sort
Duck's habitat
Easy-to-chew food
Endless, in poetry
Eye layer
'For Your Eyes Only' singer Easton
Foul mood
Fuss in front of the mirror
'Grab this!'
Grand-scale production
Growth under the skin
Guard at an entrance
Helps reduce the swelling of, say
Hilarious person
Hitter's turn to hit
Hush-hush, slangily
Incendiary weapon used in the Vietnam War
It ends with diciembre
Italian designer Giorgio
___ Krabappel, teacher on 'The Simpsons'
Length x width, for a rectangle
Long-winded sort
'Look what I found!'
Love, love, love
Make red-faced
Meyers of late-night
Most mammals have four of them
Mother canonized in 2016
On top of
'On your mark, get ___ ...'
Plan going forward, as for peace
Poem of praise
Pulsate, as with pain
Put through a blast furnace, say
Rap, by another name
Realtors' showings
Rope-a-dope boxer
Slangy refusal
Slice from a book?
Step on a ladder
The 'B' of F.B.I
Tit for ___
Two marks in 'résumés'
Unflattering angle of one's face
Unfunny, as a joke
Unknown author, for short
'Very funny!'
Water spigots
What a red traffic light means
Where Hartford is: Abbr
Withdraw gradually (from)