September 7th 2017, New York Times

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Almost circular
Barnyard adjunct
Bit of a giggle
Boom box button
Brandy label letters
Brian's pal on "Family Guy"
British runner Sebastian
Capital of the Land of the Midnight Sun
Classic Camaros
Comes down
Fish that's being reeled in
Flared dresses
Former "Weekend Update" co-anchor
___ Gaston, first African-American manager to win a World Series
Green sauce
Heading for the fence?
"Hey there, tiger!"
Hit the top in Tetris, e.g.
Hungers (for)
Isn't on the level
It might precede a shower
Its atomic number is 39
"Just relax!"
Kind of order ... or a hint to this puzzle's unusual construction
Kingston dude
Lady Bird Johnson's real given name
Late bloomers
Laugh riot
Lead singer of Nirvana
Let it all out
License to drill, for short?
Like Nevada among all U.S. states
Like some information on food labels
Loggers' contest
Longtime record label for Elton John and Mary J. Blige
"Love ___" (Beatles song)
Maker of Star Wars and Indiana Jones video games
Modern educational acronym
Newspaper unit: Abbr.
Non-P.C. suffix
"Nothing is easier than to denounce the ___; nothing is more difficult than to understand him": Dostoyevsky
Old TV screens, for short
One who settles arguments
Ones calling people out?
OPEC units: Abbr.
Opposite of old, in Oldenburg
Optimistic bridge calls
People who might greet you by saying "Talofa, afio mai!" ("Hello, welcome!")
Plying with wine and roses, say
___ polloi
Queen, for one
Reach, as an altitude
Retrieves, as balls
"___ Ruled the World" (1996 Nas hit)
Scarlet stigma
Sch. on the bank of the Charles River
Schindler with a list
Setting of Hercules' first labor
Singer Gorm´┐Ż
Something you feel in your gut?
"Stay strong!"
Stephen of "V for Vendetta"
"Ta-ta for now!"
"That's simply lovely!"
They're parked in parks
Things most people follow
___ to one's ears
Tropical tuber
Visibly embarrassed
Word before "Yesterday" in a Tony Bennett hit and "Tomorrow" in a Sammy Kaye hit
Word in many a personal ad
"___ yellow ribbon ..."