October 1st 2018, New York Times

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61, in old Rome
'And Still ___' (Angelou volume)
Architect Frank
Beach washer
Beaver's construction
Bellow
Better aligned
Big Board inits
Bit of an ellipsis
Breath-taking snake
Characters in a play, formally
Charged particle
College team from the land of Lincoln
Comes closer
Comic Bruce with a foul mouth
Desire
DNA sequence
Do a surfing maneuver
Down Under hoppers, informally
Dr. Scholl's padding
Gem strung on a necklace
Gen ___ (millennial forerunner)
Glock, for one
Goes way, way up
Going off script
Grave, as injuries
Hammer's target
'How stupid of me!'
How TV series DVDs may be sold
Ice cream treat
Insurer whose name rhymes with 'quack'
Japanese noodle
Japanese sash
Jewish village of old
'Like father, like ___'
Like some auto windows
Like the climate of the African desert
Loopy from drugs
Metal before refinement
Mexican friend
Miracle-___ (garden brand)
Monarch renowned for his wealth
More tidy
No, in pig Latin
N.Y.C. subway inits
Once around the track
Overlook rudely
Physics Nobelist Niels
Pianist Claudio
Popular Friday feast
Prey for cats
Q-tip, e.g
Queued
Regions
Response from a greatly amused texter
Ringling Brothers offering, once
Round-the-campfire treats
Santa ___ winds
See 38-Across
Smoothie 'superfruit'
Some herding dogs
Soul: Fr
Specification on an airline ticket
Stows, as cargo
Strictly platonic
'Subjects' of a queen, not a king
Trail mix
Uncreative bar order, with 'the'
Unit of corn
Veer, as a ship
West Coast law force, for short
When said three times, a Beach Boys hit
Where the Dolphins play
With 39-Across, doomsayer's assertion ... or a phonetic hint to 18-, 24-, 51- and 61-Across
With competence
Without a date
Yom Kippur War clash
'You might think so, but ...'