September 8th 2016, New York Times

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1960s-’70s radical
1966 #1 Rolling Stones hit
1990 #1 hit for Alannah Myles
1998 Brad Pitt film
Actor Willem
Assays
Ban
Biblical region from which the name of a language is derived
Big brother’s victim once
Bygone Broadway critic Walter
Bygone days
C in shop class?
California and Baja California
Carefully avoids with “around”
Cast out
Cheek
Comments from ones who are all thumbs?
Crispy lunch
Cry from a Veronese lover
Cry made repeatedly while slapping the forehead
___ diavolo (sauce)
Director Kurosawa
Driveway covering
E. preceder
Elf’s foe
Fine point
First place
Flooring calculation
Football player’s application
Former Haitian president
Frittata equipment
Gets to
Given to eavesdropping
Google ___
Grammy category
Gunpowder holder
Gustave with a tower named after him
Haute couture inits.
High as a guess
“In Flanders Fields” poet John
Info for a dating site
Ingredient in some chili and burritos
It might have a street name: Abbr.
Italian Fascist
J. follower
Jet
“___ la Vida” #1 Coldplay album
Lead-in to long
Like an atrium
Like Cookie Monster and Grover
Like perfect games vis-à-vis no-hitters
Manner
Man’s name that’s Latin for “honey”
Many a metrosexual
Montana Indians
“Nacho Libre” star 2006
Napoleonic ___
Nintendo dinosaur
Obsession
One rushing to work for short?
Part of a battle cry
People holding on to secrets
Person whose work shines
Post with many rules
Product from soot
Really good time
Reduced weight?
Second
Set of ankle bones
Solvent
Some music of the Wailers
Tempo
There’s an app for that
Took in
What babies do in their first two years
What old knees may do
What orange is said to be
When leaves 56-Across
Where waves come in?
Witchcraft
Words sometimes followed by “It’s nothing”
Wrest open