NY Times Crossword 30 Sep 22, Friday

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Zip it, with “up” CLAM …
“___ luego” (Spanish “bye”) HASTA
Play group CAST
Vex RILE
Brilliance ECLAT
Símbolo del infinito, rotated 90° OCHO
Wild goat with curved horns IBEX
“Oh, cool!” NEATO!
Secret spot for a secret plot LAIR
People person? SEXIEST MAN ALIVE
Happy, now PLACATED
Ensler who created “The Vagina Monologues” EVE
Path AVENUE
Show disdain, in a way SCOFF
River of song SWANEE
Bill promoting science NYE
Hawaiian crop threatened by the apple snail TARO
Activity for some big game hunters? HIGH STAKES POKER
Brain wave IDEA
Ad ___ HOC
The ties that bind? CORSET
Makes a house a home, say NESTS
Sign of bad service NO BARS
Something to be filed, in brief DOC
Stretches for the rest of us? NAP TIMES
Tale’s end, often MORAL OF THE STORY
Parallel (to) AKIN
Like the mood fostered by “Waiting for Godot” BLEAK
Always EVER
Shoe with holes CROC
Robot maid on “The Jetsons” ROSIE
Mineral used in drywall MICA
Funny McKinnon KATE
Pretentiously creative ARTSY
Rogen who played the other Steve in 2015’s “Steve Jobs” SETH

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English chip CRISP
Run down illegally LIBEL
Echo voice ALEXA
Performance with a sombrero MEXICAN HAT DANCE
Rare find, in an idiom HENS’ TEETH
Winning blackjack hand ACE-TEN
Impressive bucket challenge SLAM DUNK CONTEST
“Later, alligator!” TA-TA
Make up ATONE
Rare comics and vintage dolls, e.g. COLLECTOR’S ITEMS
Food pronounced in three syllables ACAI
Pen knife? SHIV
Rent TORE
Settings for squirrels, at times EAVES
Colorado N.H.L. team, casually AVS
Word with catching or popping EYE-
They may throw shade OAKS
Not busy FREE
Hold the ___ FORT
Tibia SHIN
___-leg jeans WIDE
Forever and a day AGES
Tool for closing a window ESCAPE KEY
Chicago’s ___ Center AON
Boston and San Francisco, but not Denver PORTS
Martian day (24 hours, 39 minutes and 35 seconds) SOL
Religious adherents governed by the Universal House of Justice BAHA’IS
One with a forked tongue COBRA
You might catch this when seated with other people MOVIE
Put up ERECT
Red wine variety SYRAH
Name on a truck MACK
Garden plant in the mallow family OKRA
Gigglefest RIOT
Rosa, tulipán or jazmín FLOR

NY Times Crossword 29 Sep 22, Thursday

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Cartesian sum? I AM
Quran keeper IMAM
Spiff (up) SNAZZ
Molecule in some modern vaccines RNA
Impressive diving score NINE
Chachi’s “Happy Days” sweetheart JOANIE
“Which is a big deal, considering!” AND THAT’S SAYING A LOT
Line QUEUE
Maker of the Split Decision Breakfast IHOP
Damsel LASS
Def Jam, for DMX LABEL
Spa day sounds AAHS
Contest for millions on the West Coast CALIFORNIA LOTTO
Sierra Nevada’s Dankful, e.g., in brief IPA
It’s a good look SCAN
It’s a bad look SNEER
Tear-stained, perhaps DAMP
Landscaping tool EDGER
Part of a healing process SCAB
Common refrain in pre-K circles E-I-E-I-O
Father of Norway’s King Harald OLAV
Royal Navy inits. HMS
Popular skin moisturizer ALOE VERA LOTION
Family man PAPA
“El ___ de los Anillos” (translation of a Tolkien title) SENOR
Take off fast, with “out” PEEL …
Word with shoe or cap SNOW-
Floated for fun, in a way TUBED
“So many layers here” … or a hint to the circled squares IT’S A LOT TO UNPACK
A big hit might break it TOP TEN
Often-pickled pods OKRA
One who may be out of the habit NUN
Result of an architect’s winging it? ANNEX
Big wheel’s place HELM
Word with clean or rot DRY …

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Setting for Operation Red Dawn IRAQ
Void ANNUL
Appeared briefly MADE A CAMEO
How many salsa dancers dance IN HEELS
God-knows-where, casually MIA
Challenging ANTI
Go together nicely MESH
Miso base SOY
Some spots that need polish NAIL SALONS
Actress Gunn ANNA
Veers sharply ZIGS
Extremist group ZEALOTS
“Homeland” of the monsters Mothra and Gamera JAPAN
Big band staple TUBA
Take off SOAR
Pet peeves? LICE
Introductory remarks HIS
Everybody’s doing it FAD
Like a blocked penalty kick, in soccer ON GOAL
Group putting out electronic music TECHNO BAND
Group often told to “Go!” TEAM
Eyes, poetically ORBS
Starting point for a plan IDEA
Beach mold PAIL
Quiche base PIE PLATE
Grp. with the 1977 hit double album “Out of the Blue” ELO
“Oh, fudge!” RATS!
Fertility clinic donations OVA
World’s largest producer of black pepper VIETNAM
Printing giant EPSON
Go off RANT
“Get ___” (2014 James Brown biopic) ON UP
Come back RECUR
Pocket stuffed with tabbouleh, maybe PITA
Windsor Castle neighbor ETON
Presenter of many games ESPN
Tweeter’s “That said …” OTOH …
Socially “with it” WOKE
Fashion house with a Manhattan HQ DKNY
First name in DC Comics villainy LEX
Certain link URL

NY Times Crossword 24 Sep 22, Saturday

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Unwanted items CAST-OFFS
Scoffing response I BET
Accomplishment for the 1970s Oakland A’s THREE-PEAT
See 9-Down … NAME
Didn’t shy away from LEANED INTO
Rare golf shots ACES
Put out ANNOY
About one in three residents of Bosnia SERB
“A veil, rather than a mirror,” per Oscar Wilde ART
Let go, in a way UNCLASP
Gordon ___, co-star of 1955’s “Oklahoma!” MACRAE
Laughed and laughed and laughed DIED
String game CAT’S CRADLE
19th in a series ESS
Bust POLICE RAID
Neurotransmitter targeted by Prozac SEROTONIN
There is one each in French, Spanish, Italian, Greek, Hawaiian and Chinook STATE MOTTO
Equivalent of 400 meters, often LAP
American jazz pianist, 1904-84 COUNT BASIE
Carter creation of 1979 FEMA
Painter Modigliani AMEDEO
It once earned the nickname “poudre de succession” (“inheritance powder”) ARSENIC
Certain college degs. BAS
Deputy ___ (TV toon) DAWG
The pasta in rasta pasta PENNE
Canadian fashion brand ALDO
Does a parent’s bedtime task READS ALOUD
Bull fan? LIAR
Thy’re sen n ths cle DELETIONS
“Who ___?” SAYS
Caves SPELUNKS

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Odds CHANCES
“Dover Beach” poet ARNOLD
“I’m off” SEE YA
“Father ___” (cult Irish comedy) TED
Nail polish brand OPI
Poor-drainage areas FENS
The stars, so to speak FATE
Eye STORM CENTER
With 14-Across, Shakespearean words after “What’s” IN A …
Spirits company with a bat in its logo BACARDI
Birthstone after diamond EMERALD
Final participant TESTEE
You’d prefer to have service in it TENNIS
Degree word LAUDE
“In the Heights” setting BARRIO
Big fixtures at parks SCOREBOARDS
Cocktail of tequila, lime juice and grapefruit soda PALOMA
James of 1974’s “The Gambler” CAAN
Vodka brand from Texas TITO’S
Nova ___ SCOTIA
Treated like a dog, say PETTED
Ocean liner? SAND
Tip of a geographic horn SOMALIA
Super ___ TUESDAY
Singing sisters on “The Lawrence Welk Show” LENNONS
Low 90s A-MINUS
Acted nervously, in a way PACED
Conniving coteries CABALS
Not be under the weather FEEL OK
2010 World Cup-winning country SPAIN
Blubber WEEP
Big blow GALE
Some choice words ORS
One of the 13 original Colonies: Abbr. DEL
Alphabet trio STU

NY Times Crossword 22 Sep 22, Thursday

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Part of the deck from which a dealer deals TOP
Appear to be fine SEEM OK
Shots of shooting stars, say ARCS
Not online, to a texter IRL
Where Hemingway worked on “For Whom the Bell Tolls” HAVANA
Kind of wave HEAT
*Wagers at the casino (11) PLACES A BET
It goes in the middle of a table ANTE
“___ away” (“RuPaul’s Drag Race” catchphrase) SASHAY
Water-confiscating org. TSA
Commercial prefix with Pen EPI-
Lead-in to state or stellar INTER-
*Profit at the casino (+2 = 13) AMOUNT WON
Woman’s name that sounds like a pair of letters of the alphabet EDIE
Certain buckwheat pancake BLIN
Bait TEASE
What some toy horses do ROCK
Burrower in sand or mud EEL
Device making robocalls DIALER
*Casino game associated with the sum of this puzzle’s shaded squares BLACKJACK
Isolated SILOED
The tallest one in the U.S. is California’s Oroville DAM
Icicle locale EAVE
Neighbor of a Saudi OMANI
Offload quickly DUMP
Sue at Chicago’s Field Museum, e.g. T-REX
*They’re worth 10 points at the casino (+1 = 14) FACE CARDS
Command for hard copies CTRL-P
Years ___ AGO
Suffix with second, but not third -ARY
It’s mouth-watering SALIVA
Knoll RISE
*Has a wash at the casino (+7 = 21!) BREAKS EVEN
Creatures on an Escher Möbius strip ANTS
Kind of culture satirized in “American Psycho” YUPPIE
Figures on “The X-Files,” in brief ETS
Flow slowly SEEP
Like good catchphrases and comebacks SNAPPY
Henna, for one DYE

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A bit more buzzed TIPSIER
Location of the “The Most Magical Place on Earth” ORLANDO
An estimated 80% of marine debris PLASTIC
Fleece SHEAR
Like pie, but not cookies? EASY
Actress Noblezada who got a Grammy for “Hadestown” EVA
Mischievous fairy queen MAB
Approximate weight of the Liberty Bell ONE TON
Japanese fried cutlet KATSU
“Got it!” AHA!
What may be cheaper if it’s automatic RENEWAL
Yoga asana often paired with Cow CAT POSE
Max ___, Academy Award-winning composer of “Now, Voyager” STEINER
What’s highlighted in some makeup tutorials CHEEKBONE
Shenanigan ANTIC
Smart ___ ALEC
Chewy chocolaty morsel MILK DUD
It whistles in the kitchen TEAKETTLE
Bit of condensation BEAD
A little sweaty, say DAMP
Camera brand with a red circle logo LEICA
Some copier woes JAMS
To the extent that SO FAR AS
Picture IMAGINE
Polo brand LACOSTE
Last word in GPS directions, often ARRIVED
Buttery-soft VELVETY
It’s a stretch EXPANSE
Rehearsal DRY RUN
“Sir, this is an ___” (meme punch line) ARBY’S
“The Ballad of ___ Jones” CASEY
Bypass SKIP
It’s a “gift” ESP
Clean water org. EPA
Messenger, for one APP

NY Times Crossword 19 Sep 22, Monday

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Reference for a geography buff ATLAS
Pie ___ mode A LA
Male turkey TOM
Landline, e.g. PHONE
Some nest eggs, for short IRAS
Chucklehead DOPE
Tubular pasta variety PENNE
Profit-sharing reward, perhaps CASH BONUS
“In ___ of flowers …” LIEU
“Outstanding” obligation DEBT
“If only!” I WISH!
Unpredictable ERRATIC
Signify MEAN
Make-up specialist? LIAR
Being risked, as in a gambler’s bet AT STAKE
Circle or hexagon SHAPE
Forever and a day, say EONS
First-century Roman poet OVID
Hiking trails PATHS
Fuss and fanfare ADO
About one-third of Hispaniola, area-wise HAITI
Navy’s football rival ARMY
Spine-tingling sign of things to come OMEN
Liability’s opposite ASSET
Oopsies MESS-UPS
Heroic saga EPIC
“How sweet it ___ be loved by you” (James Taylor lyric) IS TO
Comes through the door ARRIVES
Girl in Wonderland ALICE
The “C” of T.L.C. CARE
Where outdoor Christmas lights may be hung EAVE
Flimflammer CON ARTIST
Museum wing, perhaps ANNEX
___ eye (glare said to bring bad luck) EVIL
Rubber ducky’s domain BATH
What the nose knows SCENT
Cry between “ready” and “go” … SET …
Thrilla in Manila boxer ALI
Brats and gnats PESTS

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Orchard fruit APPLE
“A League of ___ Own” THEIR
Solitary sort LONER
*Routine medical checkup ANNUAL PHYSICAL (giving “physical science”)
“Get it?” SEE?
Many a Yemeni ARAB
*Whom one might not marry no matter what! LAST MAN ON EARTH (giving “earth science”)
Pompeii fallout ASH
“Beloved” author Morrison TONI
Magnum ___ (masterpiece) OPUS
Fit together, as gearwheel teeth MESH
*”Cool” get-together with cones and scoops ICE CREAM SOCIAL (giving “social science”)
Implementable with expertise and expert ease … or how the starred clues’ answers can be taken? DOWN TO A SCIENCE
Lack of objectivity BIAS
___ de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) DIA
Casual Friday castoffs TIES
Aliens, in brief ETS
“We try harder” car rental company AVIS
High-flying toy KITE
One way to reduce one’s sentence? EDIT
Junk email SPAM
Tortoise’s rival in a fable HARE
Banking conveniences, for short ATMS
Poem of exaltation ODE
Let-down for Rapunzel? HAIR
Make a choice OPT
Tech support seeker, typically USER
Lead-in to fix or fabricate PRE-
Barn toppers VANES
The Met Gala, e.g. EVENT
Some risqué communiqués SEXTS
Prized blackjack cards ACES
Zero, in tennis LOVE
Not out of the running IN IT
Italian vino region ASTI
Pending, on a sched. TBA
Venomous serpent in “Antony and Cleopatra” ASP

NY Times Crossword 17 Sep 22, Saturday

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Sign of spring THE RAM
Performs repetitive tasks to gain experience points, in gaming slang FARMS
Question in a lot of cars? WHERE DID I PARK?
Hourglass contents, poetically THE SANDS OF TIME
Lays into, with “out” REAMS …
Inventor played by David Bowie in “The Prestige” TESLA
Litter whimper MEW
Pot grower? ANTE
Like certain corrections PENAL
Doesn’t stick out, say FITS
Things once kept in towers CDS
Twitter-sphere? BIRD CAGE
Thereabout YONDER
Red or green lights, maybe AURORA
Kind of network NEURAL
Focus of the law of the land? ESTATE
Emmy winner Patricia of “Thirtysomething” WETTIG
“Good enough” IT’LL DO
What can’t be done alone, famously THE TANGO
Ballyhoo ADO
Some social media postings GIFS
Rooster raised for eating CAPON
Impertinent sort SNIP
Small sample ONE
Many a Hollywood production assistant GOFER
Disney’s “___ Dragon” PETE’S
Slide behind a speaker, maybe AUDIOVISUAL AID
Buckwheat and others LITTLE RASCALS
Went head over heels? STOOD
Compound that becomes a man’s name when its last letter is removed ETHANE

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Word with song or party THEME …
Name on a truck HESS
Jacobean ___ ERA
Possible source of monthly income RENTER
Supplements ADDENDA
Go out too late, perhaps MISS A CUE
Org. running global championships since 1930 FIFA
Felicitous APT
Sam of Hollywood RAIMI
Mascot whose head is a baseball MR MET
Isn’t objective with SKEWS
“How’ve you been?” WHAT’S NEW?
One for the money DOLLAR SIGN
The most well-known one is named for a Greek hero TENDON
Blue-ish RACY
Hideout for Blackbeard PIRATE COVE
Savage FERAL
Where one might drift off on a boat BERTH
Exasperated, say GOT TO
Relationship strains? DUETS
The land down under? ATLANTIS
Motivated, with “under” LIT A FIRE …
Went round and round, in a way EDDIED
Watches amazedly GAPES AT
Line after a drop OOPS!
Opposite of “Stat!” NO RUSH!
Designs GOALS
In which Nunavut means “our land” INUIT
Given on a platter FED TO
Role in 2020’s “The Trial of the Chicago 7” SEALE
Metal that can be drawn into a wire an atom wide GOLD
Work out PLAN
Acclaimed manga artist Junji ___ ITO
21st-century health inits. ACA

NY Times Crossword 15 Sep 22, Thursday

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Wanes EBBS
Clark with the #1 country hit “Girls Lie Too” TERRI
___ fide MALA
Title dog in a 1981 thriller CUJO
Like the creator deity Viracocha INCAN
Declaration after getting a hand I’M IN
Stagger REEL
What a red flag at a beach may signify NO SWIMMING
Pops, in a way UNCORKS
Computer correspondent EMAILER
Name on a Chinese menu TSO
Mötley ___ CRUE
“Fabulous!” YAY!
Prefix with center EPI-
Flour in Indian cuisine ATTA
Something a game may have, for short MVP
“Which do you want to hear first?” option GOOD NEWS
Like some upholstery WELTED
Used up GONE
“Schitt’s Creek” matriarch MOIRA
Top-of-the-line A-ONE
Praise for a zinger OH SNAP!
Downside NEGATIVE
Number of puppeteers needed to manipulate Topo Gigio TRE
Walkie-talkie word OVER
River of France and Belgium LYS
Big D cager MAV
Beaux-___ ARTS
Word in “___ or no ___?” ICE
Product made by smelting IRON BAR
Like accommodations for friars and nuns, typically SPARTAN
Totally out SO LAST YEAR
Spot on a map ISLE
Self-satisfied SMUG
Savory sensation UMAMI
Seven ___ SEAS
Thanksgiving dish YAMS
The Shroud of Turin, e.g. RELIC
History, with “the” … PAST

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Neutral hue ECRU
Good, in Guadalajara BUEN
Make one’s opposition known, literally Raise O-BJECTIONS
Goes it alone SOLOS
Protest, literally Raise a S-TINK
Slaughter in Cooperstown ENOS
Alternatives to Cokes and Pepsis RCS
Pinker or greener, perhaps RAWER
Alleviate income insufficiency, literally Raise the M-INIMUM WAGE
“La Bohème” seamstress MIMI
See children through to adulthood, literally Raise a F-AMILY
Top of an I.R.S. form LINE-A
More than miffed ANGRY
Binchy who wrote “Circle of Friends” MAEVE
Horse of a certain color ROAN
Where $50 bills and crossing your legs may be considered bad luck CASINOS
Toaster waffle EGGO
Fictional character who says “A day without a friend is like a pot without a single drop of honey left inside” POOH
De-escalate tension, literally Lower the TEMPERATUR-E
Helium, on the periodic table TWO
City planner’s map PLAT
Job for an auto shop DENT
Demonstrate a bit of bathroom etiquette, literally Put down the TOILET SEA-T
Major theme of “Othello” ENVY
Defend borders? DEES
M.L.K. Jr., for one REV
Dubai denizens ARABS
One of five in “La Bohème” ARIA
Rapper Elliott MISSY
Bakery product that can’t be purchased AROMA
Show respect to one’s neighbors late at night, literally Lower the VOLUM-E
“You might be surprised” TRY ME
Potato chip, in England CRISP
Pesters NAGS
Finno-Ugric language group SAMI
Put on sale, literally Lower the PRIC-E
[Sigh] [ALAS]
Fit together, as mixing bowls NEST
Ending with arbor -EAL

NY Times Crossword 12 Sep 22, Monday

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Facts and figures DATA
Snacks for aardvarks ANTS
Pictionary, Boggle, Scrabble and so on GAMES
Makes a mistake ERRS
___-chic (hippie-influenced fashion) BOHO
“Workers of all lands ___” (phrase on Marx’s tombstone) UNITE
South American palm with a black-purple berry ACAI
Make, as money EARN
Put into law ENACT
Los Angeles venue named for the star of “12 Angry Men” FONDA THEATRE
Do some needlework SEW
Lots and lots A TON
Network with an eye logo CBS
Yellowfin tuna AHI
Disney+ series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe WANDAVISION
Animals that may be subject to an apartment restriction PETS
What electric cars don’t need GAS
Apartment you own CONDO
“Butch Cassidy” and “The Sundance Kid,” for two ALIASES
“The Canterbury Tales” author CHAUCER
Identical copy CLONE
Promise-to-pay letters IOU
Stadium seating section LOGE
First car from a Japanese manufacturer to be made in the U.S. (1982) HONDA ACCORD
“Dear old” family member DAD
Letter before tee ESS
Eye affliction STYE
Take advantage of USE
Creator of “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Scandal” … or, when said aloud, a hint to the starts of 20-, 30 and 45-Across SHONDA RHIMES
Present a case at the Supreme Court, say ARGUE
Faux-humble response to a compliment I TRY
Swanky party GALA
Oyster’s prize PEARL
Gospel singer Winans CECE
“Battle ___ of the Republic” HYMN
Kick out EXPEL
Talk back to SASS
Made off with TOOK

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Not able to hear DEAF
With the bow, in music ARCO
“So, anyway, …” and “On that note …,” e.g. TRANSITIONS
Parenthetical comment ASIDE
Help with a heist ABET
Trevor of “The Daily Show” NOAH
Clothes, slangily THREADS
Beethoven’s “Moonlight ___” SONATA
Picasso’s antiwar masterpiece GUERNICA
Brontë sister who wrote “Agnes Grey” ANNE
Soccer star Hamm MIA
List-ending abbr. ETC
Where a TV show is filmed SET
Reaction to cuteness AWW!
“Mazel ___!” TOV
Annual celebration of Mexican heritage CINCO DE MAYO
Neighborhood grocery store BODEGA
Made sounds while sound asleep SNORED
Sugarhill Gang song with the repeated line “Jump on it!” APACHE
Greetings HELLOS
Golden ___ (classic time) AGE
“Illmatic” rapper NAS
First Pixar film with a Black protagonist SOUL
Something brought home unintentionally from the beach SAND
Something brought home intentionally from the beach SEASHELL
Dove’s sound COO
“Ben-___” HUR
Chilled drink that might be served with a lemon wedge ICED TEA
From ___ Z (everything) A TO
Skeptical sorts CYNICS
“Oh, that was so obvious!” DUH!
One of the five senses SIGHT
Word that conveys skepticism when its vowel sound is dragged out SURE
Rainbow shapes ARCS
Some loaves or whiskeys RYES
Ticklish Muppet ELMO
Went down, as hearts or ships SANK
Animal aptly found in “banana peel” APE
“Oedipus ___” REX
Thing to mind between the train and platform GAP

NY Times Crossword 8 Sep 22, Thursday

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One on the run ESCAPEE
Twitter handle used by the White House FLOTUS
Computer menu command SHUT DOWN
Hawaii’s ___ Palace ‘IOLANI
Prioritized, in a way TRIAGED
Officially noted ON RECORD
Member of “The Squad” in D.C., for short AOC
Evening fare SUPPER
Love of texting? BAE
Apt focus of an annual festival in Holland, Mich. TULIP
Verse POESY
Lacto-___ vegetarianism OVO
Paradisiacal EDENIC
“Inside the N.B.A.” airer TNT
Spider-___, character in Marvel’s “Spider-Verse” GWEN
Low power? SQUARE
Award-winning Berry HALLE
U.S. tourist locale that inspired this puzzle FOUR CORNERS
One might be cracked SMILE
Corn plant part TASSEL
Lager descriptor PALE
“Ah yes, yes indeed” ‘TIS
Keys on a piano ALICIA
In a bad way ILL
Small grinder, maybe TOOTH
Leaves with a traumatic memory SCARS
Kind of cycle REM
He’s saved by his sister, in a story HANSEL
Grass POT
Like many Hollywood heartthrobs, seemingly AGELESS
What to do “when you’re not strong,” in a 1972 hit LEAN ON ME
Least likely to get up from the couch, say LAZIEST
Goo for a batter PINE TAR
Picks up SENSES
Puts down? SADDENS

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Word with sale, tax or planning ESTATE
Envelop SHROUD
Manicure target CUTICLE
Programming language named after a pioneering programmer ADA
Collectible disk of the 1990s POG
___ milk EWE’S
Ultimately become END UP
First-rate FINEST
Heavy British vehicle LORRY
Big whoop? OLE!
Some Tex-Mex meals TACO BOWLS
Get to the bottom of UNRAVEL
First half SIDE ONE
First games OPENERS
Entrees cooked in slow cookers POT ROASTS
Step on it! INSOLE
Arouse, as intrigue PIQUE
Good-for-nothing CUR
Press material GARLIC
What many verbs indicate ACTIONS
Some formal attire HEELS
“I wanna know what I missed!” FILL ME IN!
Org. whose annual budget isn’t public NSA
Starts to go out of control SPIRALS
Key concept in feminist theory MALE GAZE
They require glasses TOASTS
2005 biopic in which Philip Seymour Hoffman plays the title role CAPOTE
Extreme racing event IRONMAN
Daisy relatives ASTERS
What have we here? THESE
Is beneficial HELPS
Film character depicted using C.G.I. and old footage in “The Rise of Skywalker” LEIA
Paul of fame LES
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“The Simpsons” character in a green sweater NED