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Instruments played close to the chest, informally

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New York Times Clues December 31, 2016

Nice thing after getting the cold shoulder?
The "P" of P. G. Wodehouse
Noble Italian family name shared by three popes
Alternatives to rumps
Enamel finish?
Part of a not-so-clean slate
Justin who directed "Star Trek Beyond"
Analogues of circuit solicitors, informally
Not around the bend
Publishing order
An emoticon is a simple form of it
Chain of seven countries
A maverick doesn't follow it
Knowledge of fine arts
Approve
Losing side in the Battle of Marathon, 490 B.C.
Beat
Website with "The Next Big Thing" videos
One of about 3,412 in a kW-h
Term of endearment
Circus ring?
1997 adventure/horror film that takes place in the Amazon
Pistol
The TV network in "Network"
Stomach
Turn loose?
Stuck at a lodge, say
Besmirched
Gave it the old college try
Removes as superfluous
Hopped up
Gauge
Dome light?
One standing in an alley
Classification system used in some banks
Join, as two pieces of metal by application of heat and pressure
Scrap
Preservers of plant specimens
Glaring
People on the wrong end of a landslide
Vivaldi's birthplace
Says "But I don't wanna!," say
Manatee's order, whose name comes from Greek myth
Part of a basketball court
Exposed part of a deal
Oscar composition, mostly
Bad actor
Boy's name that's a hardware item
Cosplay and fanfic are parts of it
Peace Palace locale, with "The"
A 43-Across may end one
Some next of kin
Hypothetical miracle material
Live-streaming problems
Strips to pieces?
Court coup
Pottery Barn stock
___ lab (place for an angiogram)
Speedsters
Manhattan topper
Like evidence gathered in some stings
Delivery of supplies by air, in a way
"Golden Boy" writer
"To the best of my recollection ..."
Decorticate
"Hardly a surprise"
George Eliot title surname
"Swan Lake" role
Place for bows and strings
Corporation's head tech expert, for short
Tort basis
Wrap up around
Tosses
Not stay on topic
University associated with the Carter Center
Go-to choice, slangily
Weapon in some Call of Duty games
"I didn't know that!"
John Glenn player in "The Right Stuff"
Sore
Fawn's mother
Winter fall?
Early explosive device
Modish
With 25-Down, financial regulator's requirement
See 19-Down
Meteorological lead-in to stratus
Resolutely supported
Like some salsa
"Antigone" antagonist
Judge's seat
Zig or zag
Capital of Belarus
Fog might push it back, briefly
Hawaiian "thanks"
"Brilliant!"
Attacks from above
Exclusive event before public availability
Exam with a section known as "Logic Games," for short
Fighting tooth and nail
Hitching post?
Japanese "thanks"
Made peak calls?
Unmitigated
Sin of those in Dante's fifth circle
Quarters followers
Chic
"Pretty please?"
Instruments played close to the chest, informally
"Still, after all this time ..."
Imitates Sylvester the Cat
Results of treaties
Something to tear into, informally?
Bounds
Nautical sealer
Yemeni capital
Immense spans
It comes in tubes
It lays out the lines of authority
Show anxiety, in a way
Nag to death
Build up, as interest
Straight man
Boy's name that's an Indiana city
Brazilian supermodel B�ndchen
Vital lines
Slogs away
Kind of fiber
Attach, as a patch
They're found in veins
Elephant pluckers of myth
Marching band?
Venice-to-Trieste dir.
___ Paulo
Volunteer State sch.
Card game cry
Sponged
Asylum
Takes from page to screen, say
Pope with the longest reign between St. Peter and Pius VI (A.D. 67-1799)
Left speechless
On the down-low
They may be sealed or broken
Marquee locale
Degree in math
Gruesome
Companion of Han in "The Force Awakens"
H.O.V. ___
S�n�gal summers
Running figure
Players last produced in July 2016
Epic singers
Kicks back
Rural postal abbr.
Worthiness
Samberg and Serkis
Home of the Triple-A Mud Hens
Gets bogged down
Vitamin Shoppe competitor
Vegan sandwich filler
Calrissian of "The Empire Strikes Back"
One end of Paris's Champs-�lys�es
Worked as a stockbroker
Capitol group
Designer Saarinen
Post-op program
Main stem
Rap group inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016
Pulled off
Like an unswept hearth
Brawl
"That Latin Beat!" bandleader
Advantage
Drone regulator, for short
Mrs., in Montreux
Magic Johnson, for one
Apothecary's container
She, in Spanish
Passenger jet
Quinze quinze
Actor with the line "Gentlemen, you can't fight in here! This is the War Room!"
Fits snugly
Indra, to Hindus
Developer's purchase
Giraffe-like beast
What might cost you an arm and a leg?
Washroom feature
Totally captivates
Muzzle
One who knows all the shortcuts, maybe
Fill in for
Game box specification
Flaky minerals
"Mind ... blown!"
Glue trap brand
Tolkien meanie
Beverage with a floral bouquet
Hedge fund pro
Farmer's market alternative
Admit
West Coast city known as the Track and Field Capital of the World
Mischievous sort
Miles away
Candy known for its orange wrapping
Muss up
Things always underfoot

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