'One of the most civilized things in the world,' per Hemingway crossword clue

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Possible Solution

W I N E

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New York Times Clues January 04, 2018

500 sheets
Acne medication brand
Allowed in
Angels might come to its aid
[Answer found elsewhere]
Approached dusk
Ask too-personal questions
Blubbery ones
Capital of Österreich
Caught, as a movie
Century 21 competitor
Computer scientist Turing
Desk chair part
Disposed (of)
Emergency
___ enemy
Extreme
Fallopian tube travelers
Gather food
Gave private lessons to
Height: Prefix
Henderson's home: Abbr
Hill workers
Hill workers: Abbr
Historical group of 15, for short
Honolulu's ___ Palace
'If music be the food of love, play on' speaker
In a ___ (stuck)
Indoor place in which coats are worn
Is dead serious
'Jackie Brown' director, 1997
Key of Dvorák's Symphony No. 7
Kings and queens
Last pope named Pius
Macarena
Make
Many-hit Wonder
___ money
Name of a family from which Franklin Roosevelt was descended
Nickname shared by two Spice Girls
'One of the most civilized things in the world,' per Hemingway
One providing input
Pairs
Part of many a digital photo
Perpetrated
Physicist Fermi
Powder supplement for bodybuilders
Prisoner
QB's asset
Real deal
Recurring melodic phrase
Right-angle pipe
Sea cow
Social Security cards, e.g
Some characters on TV's 'Futurama,' briefly
Something to leave at the post office ... or a hint to this puzzle's theme?
Stephen of 'The Crying Game'
Sun
Take back, as territory
Take to the limit, with 'out'
Ten cents
'The Piano' actor Sam
Toddlers' attire
Tried to win, as a title
Twinkling
U.S. 1?
Virginia Cavaliers' org
What many grandparents do
When a messenger from Godot arrives in 'Waiting for Godot'
Yelp alternative
You might put CDs on them