October 22nd 2016, New York Times

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17-Across, to the self-titled 'Bo Diddley'
1955 R&B hit for Bo Diddley
1974 National Book Award winner by Thomas Pynchon
41-Across is a topic in it, briefly
A place antelope lope
Aid in studying a culture
'And how!'
Berth place
Bêtes noires
Breeze (along)
Buff
Car payment?
'Cleopatre' artist
Coat
Court position
Daughter and half sister of Oedipus
Davis of film
Design info
Directory listings: Abbr
Dump
End of a lap
Equipment for a rock band
Four-time N.B.A. scoring champion in the 2010s
Free of shampoo, say
Front-and-center section
Gewgaw
Golfer nicknamed Long John
'Huh ... never mind then'
ID
Interruption of service?
It has a Marxist-Leninist ideology
It operates Hamburger U
Kittenish
K'ung Fu-___
Language akin to Yupik
Lift one's spirits?
Like fringe festival fare
Like many offshore rescues
Live
Maugham's title girl of Lambeth
Model material
One of 'the highest form of literature,' per Hitchcock
One who goes on to try to conquer the Universe?
Oscar winner before 'Grand Hotel'
Parades, with 'out'
Played first
Prefix with village
Really put one's foot down
Repute
'Ri-i-ight'
Rollback events
Rugby rival of Harvard
Shared computer syst
Shows a preference
Shut (up)
Squeaker
Start, in a way
Still matter?
Subterranean scurrier
Suspicion
They may reduce sentences, for short
They're 'made by fools like me,' per Kilmer
Took care of
Tough nut to crack
Translation material
Unhand or disarm?
Uses without sharing, in slang
Vessel opener
Visiting only a short time
Was reckless, in a way
Website used by a lot of artisans
What there often is for improvement