November 14th 2017, New York Times

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'___ and the Real Girl' (Ryan Gosling film)
Anticipatory time
'Ask about it at work' sloganeer, once
Aussie hopper
Baseball execs
Big game
Big name in skin care
Bit that might have the heading 'About Me'
Boat in 'Jaws'
*Carved figurine popular around Christmas
Coin of many countries
Common place for a sports injury, for short
Cultural value system
'Darn it!'
Emceed, e.g
Expense item for a political campaign
Fantasy beast
Far from fuzzy, for short
___ fibrillation (abnormal heart rhythm)
First word of the Lord's Prayer
Garlic unit
Google's web browser
Half of a colon
Iraq War concerns, for short
'I've found it!'
Kind of food or footage
Kindle competitor
Knight's title
Ladies' men
Leave out
Like a jigsaw puzzle
Like some enemies or testimonies
Little sucker
Manhattan's home: Abbr
Mined find
Niihau neckwear
No longer a minor
O. J.'s alma mater
'O.K., understood'
One crying foul?
Order to relax
P ___ psychology (unhelpful spelling clarification)
*Pet cage feature
Post-W.W. II alliance
Prez with the same initials as an N.Y.C. landmark
Princess created by L. Frank Baum
Running behind
Russia's seizure of Crimea, e.g
Scenario before extra innings
See 37-Across
Seed case
Sights at malls on Black Friday
Small change
Snapchat's ghost, e.g
Son of Aphrodite
*Sugar craving
Teenager's woe
U.N. agcy. headquartered in Geneva
University of New Mexico team
Video game lover of Princess Peach
Website subscriber's creation: Abbr
*What never goes unpunished, it's said
What people know about you, informally
*Wheelchair foot strap
Whom Dory and Marlin found, in film
With 39-Across, impressive basketball feat ... or a feature shared by the answers to the six starred clues
Yale, affectionately