CLUE: IDs that are often not displayed in full: Abbr.

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New York Times Clues March 16, 2017

Counterpart of JavaScript
Home to Bowling Green
Acted sycophantically
Prom wear, for some
Pesticide applier
7-up, for example
True or false: Abbr.
Asian holiday
"Don't doubt me!"
Drawstring, e.g.
Attack in an underhanded way
Name tag info at an alumni event
Big ___ Conference
"Lord, is ___?"
Arrow part
Skier's obstacle
Fathers, to babies
Rapper with the 2013 #1 album "Born Sinner"
Page in a Hollywood script?
Counting word
Verges on
Like river deltas
Catch, in a way
It's "rarely pure and never simple," per Oscar Wilde
The Richard in a Shakespeare title
Struggle (with)
"Picnic" playwright
Nova ___
Poem title starter
Like many monuments at night
Place to worship from
Completely convinced
Woman's name that sounds like its first two letters
Put over high heat
IDs that are often not displayed in full: Abbr.
G.O.P. org.
Back at sea
It has a tip for game-playing
Pipe with a tube
Like out-of-range stations
Three times
Part of many a wreath
"Aren't you glad I'm back?"
Place with picnic tables, often
Student's note-taking aid
Christopher Hitchens and Marcel Proust, for two
Played at a party, say
He portrayed Steve Wozniak in "Steve Jobs"
Org. whose website has a "Know Your Rights" tab
Narrow grooves
Opposite of weather, on a ship
Eco-friendly seafood designation
It might come from a tap
Draw out
Prince, for one
Hawks have sharp ones
Large wire
Sprint, e.g.
Gets away from
Not seriously
"Bacchus and Ariadne" painter, circa 1523
Used a black marker on ... or a hint to three chunks of black squares in this puzzle
Unspecified group