September 14th 2017, New York Times

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Above capacity, for short
Antarctica's ___ Ice Shelf
Become in life
Black belt, e.g.
Burrowing South American rodent
Cause for a suspension, in brief
Centaur who was killed by Hercules
Come ___ surprise
Demographic statistic
Dickens's Fagin, e.g.
Did a dry run
Dieter's goal
Does sumthing wrong?
Dots in la mer
Dr. of verse
Early TV network competing with NBC, ABC and CBS
Food ___ (post-Thanksgiving meal condition)
Formal term for the gap suggested by 17/18-, 35/37- and 54/57-Across
Found, as grub
Gangsters' wear, in old movies
German cry
Giants' grp.
"Grease" high school
In addition
Innocent sort
Interjection derived from the Latin for "weary"
It's the law
Jesse who pitched in a record 1,252 major-league games
Job listing abbr.
Language of the Lahore Post
Most movie explosions these days, for short
Most retiring
___ NFL (video game franchise)
Paris's Pont ___ Arts
Place for a shepherd
Prop for Gandalf
Put in one's two cents, with "in"
Quintet instrument
Rips off
Rising notes?
Sal's canal, in song
Save for later
See 17-Across
See 35-Across
See 54-Across
Singer Nicks
Some Jamaicans, informally
Something to tie up
They're often made at icebreakers
Tiny treasures from the sea
Twitter site
University near Greensboro
Way up
Weak punch?
What comes before a clue?
With 18-Across, what a boastful guy might do
With 37-Across, start of an ethical rule
With 57-Across, overextended
Wouldn't settle, say
"You betcha!"