September 1st 2017, New York Times

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Alistair ___, "The Guns of Navarone" novelist
Another name for a horizontal ladder
Become tangled
Big name in sparkling wine
Cable channel for cinephiles
Certain Caribbean islander, informally
Choice meal?
Clothes closet fixture
Clytemnestra's half sister
Court org.
Dappled horse
Depicts misleadingly
Distinguishes oneself
Easy marks
"___ Enchanted," 1998 Newbery Honor book
Feel sorry for oneself
Format too big for conventional reels
GPS guess
Great deal
Hangs loose
Hit makers?
Hold out
Howard Hughes acquisition of 1939
Huck's pal
It may go up in winter
Joey's portrayer on "Friends"
John Deere creation
Lengua with the word "lengua"
Like �touff�e
Little swine
Math puzzle
Name of England's Nine Days Queen
Native of the Southwest
Newspaper columnist who wrote the book "Men at Work: The Craft of Baseball"
Nonstandard negative
Nothing but
Object at the center of St. Peter's Square
Ones trembling not out of fear
Pacific island Magellan visited in 1521
Party platter tidbit
Passed slowly
Period ushered in by Augustus
Pick on
Place to dock
Player in Washington, familiarly
Presidential nickname
Put away
Shaggy mammal
Show that goes on
Soft-headed writer?
The seller takes no interest in it
Took unfair advantage of
Unlikely winner at the Masters
Verified the count of
Very cool
Weapon with a bell guard
What a theater's grand tier is divided into
What the ancient Greeks called the Hyrcanian Ocean
What the earliest cars used as antifreeze
Without wasting a word
Word of resignation
Work without accomplishing much