October 28th 2016, New York Times

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1983 double-platinum album by Duran Duran
Abbr. in an office address
Actress Sherilyn who was an Emmy nominee for 'Twin Peaks'
Ago, in an annual song
Animal with horns
'Are you ___?!'
Beyond repair
Blood lines
Certain logic gate
Chant often heard toward the end of an N.B.A. season
Common ingredient in furniture polish
Cries that might be made while hopping on one foot
Everyday productivity enhancer, in modern lingo
Fictional character whose name is French for 'flight of death'
Fright night?
Frigid temps
Hiker's climb
'Hold on there now!'
Invoice word
It's nothing, really
Lays to rest
Leading newspaper that took its name from a stage comedy
Like the national currency known as the tala
Like the outer core of the earth
Limb-entangling weapon
London locale: Abbr
Main thrust
Mixed forecasts?
More festive
NASA spacecraft designed for travel to Mars
N.F.L. Hall-of-Famer nicknamed 'The Kansas Comet'
'No doubt!'
Norman ___, first Asian-American to hold a cabinet post
Nothing, in Nantes
One Direction member Payne
One making introductions
One nearly cut Bond in half in 'Goldfinger'
One with commercial interests, for short
Powerful pitch
Princess cake and others
Queen dowager of Jordan
Rick's, for one
Rise up
See 41-Down
Settled with
Show disdain for, in a way
Simply not done
Singer Twain
Six-time Hugo Award winner Ben
Slight interruption
Some lines of Milton
Speech habits unique to an individual
'___ Stop the Rain' (1970 hit)
Subject of some PC Magazine reviews
The first one was delivered in 1984
The Flying Dutchman, e.g
The Nikkei 225 is one of its indexes: Abbr
They may have bullets
Units at a horse race
Whiskered animals
With 54-Down, longtime Long Island home of Theodore Roosevelt
'You can't make me!'