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March 9 2017, New York Times

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Unpleasant sort
Office-friendly, to YouTubers
Music and theater, e.g.
"Here's a thought ..."
Things from which genii are summoned
Pie made with dairy-free cheese, maybe
Brief, abrupt change in direction
Made an impression?
Have an unchanging, monogamous relationship
Peek into the everyday
Put on the map
Tread not so lightly
Unaccounted for, for short
"Put a cork in it!"
Exchange business cards, maybe
Bit of fake news
Broke down, in a way
Edward ___, first popularly elected African-American U.S. senator (Massachusetts, 1967-79)
You can see right through it
Reheated, in a way
Immigrant's class: Abbr.
Puts on the 47-Down
What some black squares in this grid represent
Brynner of "The Magnificent Seven"
Dental care brand
Org. for Carter and Bush Sr. before they became presidents
Puzzle out
Texas oil city
Cry ___
Frozen food brand with French Toaster Sticks
Fail ignominiously
"Don't text and drive" spots, e.g., for short
Dallas pro, informally
Extemporizes, in a way
R&B artist with the 2004 hit "1, 2 Step"
Manhattan's Park, e.g.: Abbr.
Shimmery stones
Band's booking
"Make sense?"
First-class, in slang
Gilt-y party?
Retro skyscraper style
Sports monitor, for short
Actor Cage, to friends
Org. that penalizes icing
Like the yin side: Abbr.
Uncomfortably close to home
Flashy event?
He said "If you even dream of beating me, you'd better wake up and apologize"
"Star Trek: T.N.G." Klingon
One half of a 55-Across
"Les ___"
The other half of a 55-Across
Candy sold in stacked bricks
Airer of many public affairs programmes
Naturally, in Britspeak
Gave a damn?
Challenge in a demanding job ... or a feature of this puzzle?
"Dead Souls" author Nikolai
Neighbor of Myanmar
Narrowly made, with "out"
Message on a candy heart
Some briefs
Government org. featured on "Narcos"
Grubby group
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