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November 15 2017, New York Times

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'I beg to differ'
*Catalog from a London raincoat designer?
*Conveyance in a multilevel London store?
*French fries on a London card table?
*Monthly charge for a London apartment?
*Part of a London police officer's uniform?
90° from ENE
Add, per a recipe
Airer of Ken Burns documentaries
Amusement
Arrives on time for
Atkins plan, e.g
Beat people?
Bulletin board item
Cardinal ___
Cat once prized for its fur
Character-building youth org
Conductors set them
Crush, in a way, with 'on'
Dagwood's bratty neighbor
Dos y cuatro
Familiar voice since 2011
Final frame in bowling
First lady after Eleanor
First X, say
Follower of the first intermission
Fool's gold
Frida who was portrayed in film by Salma Hayek
Furtive 'Hey, you!'
Garb
George who played Norm on 'Cheers'
German automaker
Gets ready to play basketball, say, with 'up'
Harry Potter's Hedwig, e.g
Herd unit
Home of the Ewoks
Ike's home state: Abbr
Is a first-stringer
Johnny Appleseed, e.g
Learjet competitor
Lennox of Eurythmics
Like a doctor's penmanship, stereotypically
Lucy's sitcom pal
Man's name that means 'king'
Many a rapper's name
Mechanism in a unidirectional wrench
Message on an offstage card
Mineral in bath powder
Mushroom used in sukiyaki
Org. with the Original Six teams
Palindromic farm animal
Perfectly
Place for a sword
Rascal
Remove with a sandblaster, say
Roll-call call
Sen. Cruz
Sign of spring
Sine's reciprocal, briefly
Some narrative writing
Spot in la mer
St. Patrick, for the Irish
Suffix with sex
Synthetic alternative to silk
Targets
Taxpayers' IDs
TKO caller
Verbal digs
Weaselly sort
What 61-Down teams play on
What curtains may signify
What follows a cry of 'Char-r-rge!'
What like-pole magnets do
Words before double or take
Words found in the answers to this puzzle's starred clues
___ Harry, vocalist for the band Blondie

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