New York Times - Oct 14 2017

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'See ya!' PEACE
2015 #2 hit for rapper Fetty Wap TRAPQUEEN
Abandon plans, in modern slang FLAKE
Ambitious and high-energy TYPEA
Atmosphere AURA
Blissful locales EDENS
Britt ___, real name of the Green Hornet REID
Browsers' aids CACHES
China assembly TEASET
Crossed MET
Crunchy Klondike product CHOCOTACO
Didn't go out to dinner ATEATHOME
Dum-dum BOZO
Emperor Nero, by all accounts EGOMANIAC
Eponym of a North Carolina city ASHE
Farmhand in 'The Wizard of Oz' ZEKE
Fire (up) AMP
Fires (up) PEPS
Fluish, perhaps ACHY
Gets together after 10 or 20 years, say REUNES
Give a seat ELECT
Half of a 1997 telecom merger NYNEX
Hit TV series based on a Colombian telenovela UGLYBETTY
Hot ___ ITEM
Idol group MOB
Impolite sound SLURP
It's just in your head IDEA
Knock over AMAZE
Lab wear SMOCK
Like a paper clip BENT
Like snow en Argentina BLANCA
Longest song on Pink Floyd's 'The Dark Side of the Moon' USANDTHEM
Many a B-school applicant ECONMAJOR
Model who popularized the term 'smizing' TYRABANKS
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson EDITH
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Neighbor of Twelve Oaks, in fiction TARA
Next ___ (emerging group of young leaders, informally) GEN
One of 70 in a Shakespearean sonnet IAMB
One way to the top ATTICDOOR
Onetime competitor of Gulf AMOCO
Over AGAIN
P.M. between Barak and Olmert SHARON
Person from Barbados, informally BAJAN
Pit-y party? BBQ
Place where analysis is done LEFTBRAIN
Popular Tokyo entertainment SUMOMATCH
Samuel ___, investment banking firm co-founder SACHS
See 27-Across ODAY
See 39-Across WASI
Senior moment? PROM
Shins CLIMBS
Slams PANS
Some kin SIBS
Sorcerer MAGUS
Source of the line 'They have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind' HOSEA
Spider alternative MIATA
Spin out on the ice? LUTZ
Symbol of the National Audubon Society EGRET
They're not generic NAMEBRANDS
Tony's place, for short? BWAY
Topics for Kaplan SATS
Tough THUG
Tropical bar offering PINACOLADA
Unnerving boom, of sorts ATEST
Warner ___ BROS
What turns 1,000 into 3, in base 10 LOGARITHM
What you're solving, informally XWORD
With 33-Across, husky-voiced singer known as the Jezebel of Jazz ANITA
With 39-Down, question after an interruption WHERE
World capital once known as Philadelphia AMMAN