September 9th 2016, New York Times

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1972 blaxploitation film with a soundtrack by Curtis Mayfield
“A Dog of Flanders” author
A in physics class?
Adolescent program slangily
A.L. or N.L. East: Abbr.
Ammonia and others
Apple operating system that’s also a geographical name
B-ball
Bails
Bane of cereal grain
Barely drink
Baseball commissioner during the steroid era
Beehive Blender brand
Blacken a bit
Bridge pair briefly?
Cause of rebellion maybe
Climber’s aid
Contraction in Hamlet’s soliloquy
Dawgs
Decorate
Dirty look
Doesn’t show oneself say
___ Dolly (“Winter’s Bone” heroine)
Doomed
Fur-lined cloak
Get one’s fill?
Goddess who saved Odysseus
Gun point?
Hideous foe of Popeye
Host of the web series “Emoji Science”
In a foreboding manner
It fell in 2016 for the first time since 1919
It has big screens for small films
Jerks
Junior posthumously inducted into the Football Hall of Fame
Like the Atlantic Ocean slightly from year to year
Liver by the Loire?
___ l’oeil
Longtime TV figure known for his garage
Lose as a carrier might with a call
Mustard and others
Navratilova to 45-Across e.g.
New York restaurateur with a Tony Award
Not go to
One to one say
Project
Really huge number
Records
Reviewers of scientific papers
Rewarded for waiting
Robot arm movers
Round of four
Sauce often made with lemon juice
Sculptor who described art as “a fruit that grows in man”
Searches for oneself
Seemingly everywhere
She in Venice
Six-time U.S. Open champ
So-called “Shakespeare of the Prophets”
Some sports cars
Stop: Abbr.
Strips as a ship
Sufficiently good
Thanksgiving table decorations
“That was exhausting!”
They may ring after parties
Tight hold
TiVo remote button
Valve with a disc at the end of a vertically set stem
Veterans
Victorians
“Well la-di-frickin’-da!”