September 11th 2018, New York Times

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1996 best-selling guide for 'grammarphobes'
Actress Chaplin of 'Game of Thrones'
Ambulances' hosp. destinations
Blend well together
Born, in high society
Broke ground?
Broker's charge
'Buffalo Bill,' for William Cody
Chooses for office
Chops (off)
Color of an overcast sky
Counterfeit token
Cups, saucers, sugar bowl, etc
Dances violently
Dump, as stocks
Elevator innovator Otis
Epithet for a British beauty with fair skin
Fashion magazine with a French name
Firm hold
Flying nuisance
Full of energy and enthusiasm
Grad student's big paper
Grow long in the tooth
Grp. meeting in a school gym, often
Gumbo cookers
Hair removal brand
High-flown speech or writing ... or a description of 17-, 22-, 51- and 57-Across?
High-ranking Mafioso
If everything goes right
In the thick of
Information about other information
___ Jones industrial average
Kind of column in ancient Greece
Larson who created 'The Far Side'
Legislatures write them
Letters on a wanted poster
Like arias and anthems
Long in the tooth
Lustful goat-men of myth
Make harmless, as a snake
Milky white gem
___-mo replay
Note after fa
One registering with the American Kennel Club
Onetime radio host Boortz
Opening on Broadway?
'Original copy' or 'open secret'
$ource of ca$h
Pacific current that causes odd weather
Places in one's cross hairs
Poseidon's realm
'Raiders of the Lost ___'
Rapper/actor Gibson
Record of a year's events
Shy sort
Slack-jawed feeling
Something planted when claiming territory
Stare slack-jawed
Stop on an elevator
'Talking' system for the deaf, in brief
Things detectives pursue
Troublemaking Norse god
Try to improve what is already beautiful
Urge strongly
Very heavy
Warm and cozy
'You ___ busted!'
You, to Yves