October 3rd 2016, New York Times

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Actress Foster
Alcohol per its effect at a party
___ and outs
Brand of orange or grape soda
California’s says “Eureka”
Caramel-filled candies
Cathedral recess
Conan O’Brien’s network
Course you hardly have to study for
Didn’t give a definitive answer
___ Doodles (snack brand)
Drunk motorist’s infraction for short
Emmy or Espy
Entry in the Rose Parade
From ___ to riches
Furry “Star Wars” creatures
Gun in old mob slang
Health resort
Hunter of myth
In addition
“It is the ___ and Juliet is the sun”: Romeo
___ jacket (denim top)
Jazz group
Language of Yemen and Oman
Like some verbs: Abbr.
Like some wineglasses and roses
Like the contents of this puzzle’s circled squares in a nursery rhyme
“Little” folk tale character with lazy friends
Locale for mobile campers
Lost one’s sanity
Lt.’s superior
Makes eyes at
Marquis ___ (French writer)
Military entertainment grp.
Minuscule informally
“Miss” of TV’s “Dallas”
Nabokov novel
___ News (Roger Ailes’s former channel)
N.F.L. team that plays in Jersey strangely enough
One of the Kennedys
Perform an inverted feat
Pie ___ mode
Prepared for planting as a field
Pull to a pound
Put (together) as a jigsaw puzzle
Rocky outcropping
Romulus or Remus
Sch. on Manhattan’s Washington Square Park
Server overseer informally
Singer Carly ___ Jepsen
Some A.L. sluggers
Something bid on on “The Price Is Right”
Speakers’ platforms
Sporty Jaguars
Sporty Pontiac
Stares (at)
Start of four TV drama titles of the 2000s
Stefan ___ influential Austrian writer of the 1920s-’30s
“Stumblin’ In” singer Quatro
Took care of mob-style
Tool for laying cement
Tree whose name sounds like a letter of the alphabet
Twisted as a wet towel
Unit of work in physics
What a sun visor reduces
“Winnie-the-Pooh” baby