New York Times - Sep 10 2018

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Clues Answers
'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' actor BURLIVES
'O Canada,' for Canada ANTHEM
'Oh, puh-leeze!' SPAREME
'Start working!' GETBUSY
'We're number ___!' ONE
'Well, obviously!' NODUH
'Where there's ___, there's hope' LIFE
Accumulate AMASS
Acknowledges applause, maybe TAKESABOW
Aged fairy tale character CRONE
Alternative to an S.U.V SEDAN
Back's opposite FRONT
Began, as a voyage EMBARKEDON
Beginning blossoms BUDS
Bit of voodoo HEX
Bowled over AWED
Bursting stars NOVAS
Chooses, with 'for' OPTS
Complete lack of wind, as at sea DEADCALM
Crackerjack ACE
Device to remove water from a ship BILGEPUMP
Dreadlocks wearer, informally RASTA
ExxonMobil product GAS
Far from certain IFFY
Feeling good to wear, say COMFY
Grape or watermelon plant VINE
Grp. making after-work plans? AARP
Guinness world record holder for longest live weather report ALROKER
Happened to BEFELL
Human rights advocate Jagger BIANCA
Iced tea brand in a bottle SOBE
Includes in an email CCS
Item in a tackle box LURE
Journey TREK
Kitten's sound MEW
Languages TONGUES
Last part of U.R.I.'s URL EDU
Like brand-new clothing UNWORN
Marry WED
Clues Answers
Messiah SAVIOR
Mideast bigwig EMIR
Mosque toppers DOMES
Moved out of the way STOODASIDE
Oil ___ (gulf sight) RIG
Only three-letter zodiac sign LEO
Orders (around) BOSSES
Org. overseeing airports FAA
Part of the body that crunches work ABS
Pen filler INK
Retrieves, as baseballs SHAGS
Sand ridge DUNE
Secondary building ANNEX
See 25-Across END
See 28-Across SPREAD
Shaggy grazer YAK
Six-sided game piece DIE
Slangy ending for 'any' HOO
Stacked PILED
Sticker that says who you are IDTAG
Sugar, e.g SWEETENER
Swanky POSH
The 'F' of R.A.F FORCE
Throat part TONSIL
Trudge SLOG
Use as a dinner table EATON
Waldorf salad ingredient CELERY
Was a passenger RODE
Wearer of stripes on a court, informally REF
When repeated, gets specific, as an informer NAMES
Where flowers and oysters grow BEDS
Where parishioners sit PEW
Wide-mouthed jugs EWERS
With 39-Down, last words in many an old movie THE
With 45-Across, savory topping found in tubs ... and the circled squares? CHEESE
Work's opposite PLAY
Zero-tariff policy FREETRADE
___ the Explorer DORA