October 4th 2016, New York Times

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___ acid (protein builder)
Actress Skye of 'Say Anything ...'
Aftereffect from working out
[Ah, me]
___ Antoinette
Backpack containers where you can find the ends of 17-, 23-, 38- and 47-Across
Bit of smoke
Bridle rein, e.g
Bright sort
Chicken of the Sea product
Chinese money
Common ingredient in lotions
Dance move added to the O.E.D. in 2015
Data storage devices
Do 10 crosswords in a row, say, with 'out'
'___ ends here!' (fighting words)
Eyes: Lat
'Famous' snack maker
___ fide
Former 'S.N.L.' comic Cheri, whose last name rhymes with her first
Fortuneteller's deck
Getting into a gray area?
GPS calculation: Abbr
Grand work
Had dinner
Headstrong animals
Heavyweight champ Riddick
International court site, with 'The'
Is a romancer, old-style
Jagged cliff
Jazz vocalist Carmen ___
Jets quarterback Smith
Kathmandu's land
'Let me take care of that'
Made in ___
Maryland athlete, for short
Neither good nor bad
Nintendo character who hatches from an egg
No-longer-fashionable fur
Of the flock
'Oh, before I forget ...,' in a text
Oldest of the Three Stooges
Once around the track
Overboard, to a sailor
Photocopier powder
Place of service for John McCain, briefly
Prefix with athlete
President who ended 'don't ask, don't tell'
Promotes, with 'up'
Punch in the mouth, slangily
Rebound on a pool table
___ scale (measure of hardness)
See 59-Across
Senator Cruz
Show hosts, in brief
Signs, as a contract
Singer Musgraves who won a 2013 Grammy for Best Country Album
Skim or 2%
Soul singer Redding
Street vendors selling Mexican food
Talk back to
___ team (police unit)
The 'A' of B.A
Things to hang coats on
To whom God said 'For dust you are and to dust you will return'
Unit of force
Website that investigates urban legends
Weight-loss program
'What a ___!' ('Too bad!')
With 2-Down, star of 2003's 'Hulk'
Women's suffrage leader Carrie Chapman ___
Words after 'like it' and 'ready'