'My stars!' crossword clue

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New York Times Clues February 04, 2018

52-story Boston skyscraper, familiarly
A person skilled at deadpan has one
Actor Jason
Advert's ending?
Airport that J.F.K. dedicated in 1963
'___, amigo'
Anthony Hopkins's 'Thor' role
Around the time of birth
Bad state to be in
Be grandiloquent
Beseech
Big engine additive
Bowl
Brass instrument with a mellow sound
Brings a smile to
Broadway's Hagen
Bug
Bustle
Cambodia's Angkor ___
Car rental giant
Carrier to Karachi
Chains
Champion
City NNE of San Antone
Coin toss call
Concoct
Condition for filmdom's Rain Man
Count ___
Court org
Cover over, in a way
Cry from Homer
Decked out
Designer Geoffrey
Doing a pirouette, say
'Don't be ___!'
Doughnut figures
Empty
Erin of 'Joanie Loves Chachi'
Euros replaced them
Feeling
Fifth category of taste with a Japanese name
Finish all at once, in a way
Fleets
___ fly
For whom the Lorax speaks
French river or department
'Game of Thrones' creature
___-garde
Give some lip
Greatly bother
Grp. that puts on a show
Habitation
Hawke of 'Training Day'
High hairstyle
'Hilarious!'
Hymn starter
'Iglu,' for 'igloo': Abbr
Internet home to 'Between Two Ferns'
___ intolerance
It might involve someone being 'so poor' or 'so old'
Its 'reeds are a pain / And the fingering's insane,' per Ogden Nash
'Jeez ... lighten up!'
Jester
Joan who quipped 'A Peeping Tom looked in my window and pulled down the shade'
Kind of equinox
Kind of port for a flash drive
Lacoste and Descartes
Late '50s singing sensation
Latin for 'womb'
Lavatory sign
Light bark
Like Mount Narodnaya
Like some angels and dominoes
Lipinski and Reid
Lobster traps
Locks up
Log-in needs
Made an appeal
Maid's armful
___ Malfoy, student at Hogwarts
Manage
Meadow call
Med. professionals who take a pledge named for Florence Nightingale
Mine transport
Modern party summons
Monsieur's mate
More than willing
'My stars!'
'My treat!'
Mystery
Nail salon employees, at times
Night vision?
Noteworthy times
Novo-Ogaryovo is the official one of the Russian president
'Oh, what the hell ... I'll do it'
One of many scattered in a honeymoon suite, maybe
One on the left?: Abbr
Org. that offers Precheck enrollment
Patriots' org
'Peter ___ Greatest Hits' (1974 album)
'Pick ___ ...'
Plaster
Poet Ginsberg
Poet who wrote 'Fortune and love favor the brave'
Poison ivy, e.g
'Pretty please?'
Puerto ___
Regrettable
'Roméo et Juliette' segment
Shakespeare character who says 'This above all: to thine own self be true'
Skit show, for short
Smoothed in a shop
Some body art, for short
Some sneakers
Something carried onstage?
Sorkin and Spelling
'Sounds like a plan!'
Stand-up chain started in Los Angeles
Star of 1976's Oscar winner for Best Picture
Start limping
'Stop! You're killing me!'
Suffix with speed
'Terrif!'
Things taken by government officials
To this day, Marie Curie's are still radioactive
Tops
Tugboat sounds
TV blocking device
'Uh, you've told me quite enough'
Uncut
Unimpressed response to someone's one-liner
Verbally assail
___ Walcott, Nobel Prize-winning poet
Wall St. bigwigs
Welcomes
What '4' may stand for
What makes you you?
Where Michael Jordan played coll. ball
Y or N, maybe
Zugspitze, e.g