September 23rd 2016, New York Times

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Administer as a shot
Aeschylus Sophocles and Aristophanes
Become flowery
Bond femme fatale
Breakfast spot?
Bridge support
Brief moments
Broadway star who was on Nixon’s list of enemies
c in a text
“Cake Boss” network
Camera manufacturer whose slogan is “Be a Hero”
Cannon shot in Hollywood
Certain Cornhusker
Cesario’s lover in literature
College recruitment org.
Company that makes Tamiflu
Conductor who has a hall at Tanglewood named after him
Cousin of a kite
Cuff
Digs around
Drawn together
Farm butter
Fat: Fr.
Film setting?
Genre that “The Long Goodbye” is based on
Get perfectly pitched in a way
Give a raise?
Head of Hogwarts
Hearing command
“Huckleberry Finn” character
It has no life
Jazz combo?
Kitchen drawers?
Lego competitor
Longtime “Meet the Press” moderator
Lothario’s activity
Mailed or faxed
Manager honored at Cooperstown in 2013
Many are named after M.L.K.
Marker
Material for mounting photos
Midwest college town
Modern parents may try to limit it
One making waves over the waves
Openings in the computer field?
Painter Jean-___ Fragonard
Pianist McCoy ___ member of the John Coltrane Quartet
Pilates class sights
Places for pilots
Playground set
Prestidigitator’s word
Quite removed (from)
Salon job
Says “Top o’ the morning” say
Serious
Shoshone language relative
Shout of surprise
Sit (down) heavily
Southern African game
Start of a classic boast
Summoning statement
“The Consolation of Philosophy” author
Very well-pitched
Wearing red to a Chinese funeral e.g.
Word shouted before “Fire!”
Worked the field in a way
World capital with 40 islands within its city limits
Worthy of reference
“Yet that thy brazen gates of heaven may ___”: Shak.
Zoom (along)