September 8th 2017, New York Times

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Abbr. in many an area measure
Actor Cage, informally
"Adios!"
A.F.C. North team
Amount before bonuses
Bare place on the side of a mountain
Be a buzzkill?
Billy of "Titanic"
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" detective Diaz
"Capisce?"
Catcher who won a record 10 consecutive Silver Slugger Awards
Certain pay-per-view event organizer, for short
Chief justice appointed by Harding
"Closing Bell" channel
Comics character seen on gum wrappers
Counterpart to digital
Cousins of Spots
Crossword unit
Dessert on a stick
Does some postdebate political commentary
"D'oh!"
Double-platinum Steely Dan album
Expression of doubt
First principal character encountered by Ishmael in "Moby-Dick"
Gave up
Go on and on
Group around a king
Hit 1998 animated film
Hit sci-fi video game set around the 26th century
"How much do I ___?"
Intemperate put-down
Inter ___
Israeli city that shares its name with a unit of measure
Last dance?
___ Lee
Length of a long wait, in hyperbole
Like apples and Afros
Live, in a way
Lolling
___ Major
Many a Volga native
Meet up with again
Neighbor of a Bosnian
Not a candidate for the invoking of the 25th Amendment, say
Not go out
Padlock holders
Place to order sardinas and sangria
Places to get wired, in two senses of the word
Plenty of work ahead
Poison ___
Pressure
Rams fan?
Receipts
Shooting game
Some loan specifications
Something that's assumed
Spot
Summertime cooler
Supporter of the A.C.A.
Things like "Which Disney Princess Are You?"
"___ thousand times ..."
Tired
Tools for escaping the heat?
Trading hub
Unexpected benefits
Valentine, e.g.
What whole-grain foods and sugary drinks have lots of
Wheelchair-bound "Glee" character
Who set the standard for the United States?
Wordsmith William