December 11th 2017, New York Times

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10:1 or 3:2 at a racetrack
Action taken by a company in distress
Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were ___"
Always telling people what to do
"Back in Black" rock band
Big vases
Bird of prey's claw
Broadway award
Catch sight of
Christmas trees
Cleans, as a chalkboard
Connecticut Ivy
Diner sandwich, for short
Domicile with wheels
Dubious sighting in the Himalayas
"___ evil ..."
First word in a fairy tale
Flip, as a property
Genesis garden
Georgetown athlete
Get up
Gives up, as territory
Good engine sound
Hawaiian feast
In reserve
Item on a Native American moccasin
Juicy fruit with a pit
Kind of logic in which all values are either true or false
"Let's ___ a Deal"
Li'l ___ of the funnies
London's Old ___
Long, narrow parts of bottles
___ Mae (Whoopi's role in "Ghost")
Neighbor of Jordan
No room at the ___
Not concentrated, as light
Not mind one's own business
Not quite right
Obtrusively bright and showy
Onetime Russian space station
Opposite of exit
Pagan religious practice
Path left behind by a mower
Place for a laptop other than a lap
Place where a mother might sing "Rock-a-Bye Baby"
Prefix with -plasm
Prehistoric Southwest culture
Prison unit
Program for addicts
Researcher's wear
"Se ___ espa´┐Żol"
Service organization with a wheel logo
Sign after Virgo
Something a strawberry has on the outside
They bring music to one's ears ... or a hint to 17-, 21-, 33-, 45- and 54-Across
Tug sharply
Unpaid intern, jocularly
Veers the other way
Where Siberia is
Word after lock or glom
Yours ___ (letter sign-off)
Zeus' wife