September 6th 2017, New York Times

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___ America
Ana's aunt
Ancient worshiper of Huitzilopochtli
Apple consumer
Argument that involves pointing?
Authorize to
Be dependent
Begin to enjoy
Car speaker
Cesar who played the Joker on TV
Comme ci, comme ´┐Ża
Confused state of mind
Controversial argument
Course designer
Dangerous circus jobs
End of the sentence "Make like a drum and ..."
Female singer with a hit album in every decade since the 1960s
Folklore fiend
France's Pic de Rochebrune, e.g.
Gelatin substitute
Gig parts
Give a charge to
Grammy and Tony nominee Bareilles
House speaker Ryan
"It's boiling in here!"
Kind of history or hygiene
Kind of wave
Late journalist Ifill
Like early computer graphics
Many a charity golf tourney
Many a Labor Day event, for short
Mendes and Longoria
Metro area
Mojave plant
Muslim pilgrimage
New Zealand native
News site like the Drudge Report
Not for here
Not made from scratch, say
"Not so fast!"
Noted architect who turned 100 in 2017
One-named Swedish singer with the 1997 hit "Show Me Love"
One traveling around Scandinavia?
Pare a phrase?
Part of a cruise itinerary
Piece of equipment for 29-Down
Pinza of "South Pacific"
Rainbow flag letters
Result of a deadlocked jury
Rhodes of the Rhodes scholarship
Rice-and-broth dish
River forming part of the boundary between Europe and Asia
Rock's Brian
San ___, Calif.
___ Sea (body north of Australia)
Senior's grandson
Setting for many a joke about a priest, a rabbi and a minister
Shade provider
Shirk one's responsibilities
Significant qualification
Small amount
Soldiers in line formation?
"South Park" kid
Stir up
Texting format, in brief
These days
Trash hauler
Visit to the salon?
"What's the ___?"
Who said religion "is the opium of the people"