NY Times Crossword 19 Sep 20, Saturday

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It’s often made along with a birthday cake WISH
Freshen, as a drink TOP UP
Interruption GAP
Smart relative? ACHE
Titular woman of classical music ELISE
They go around in circles COGS
Kraken, for one SEA MONSTER
Wedding ring HORA
“Don’t you worry” NEVER FEAR
Commanded BADE
Russian letter in the spelling of “tsar” TSE
___ blaster (weapon for Emperor Zurg) ION
Ran rapidly DARTED
Contents of a certain pouch ROO
Fresh PERT
Org. concerned with choppers ADA
“Whoa now, let’s think about this for a minute” DON’T BE SO HASTY
Shot required for international travel PASSPORT PHOTO
Collection of precious texts RARE BOOKSTORE
Classic couples’ retreat? ARK
Symbols of hope during the American and French Revolutions ELMS
Where many connections are made HUB
Angkor Wat, for one TEMPLE
___ publica RES
Prune LOP
Blockhead DOLT
Miserable WOEBEGONE
Kind of bean on the Big Island KONA
On one’s way out, say HALF ASLEEP
Meany of fiction OWEN
Georgia who played Georgette on 1970s TV ENGEL
Admits, with “up” OWNS
This, that or the other ANY
Beauty PEARL
Treatment during “sandal season,” informally PEDI

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“That ___ so bad!” WASN’T
Freezable products sold in pouches ICEES
Paradoxically, a close one might be hair-raising SHAVE
Blood pigment HEME
Staff you wouldn’t want to employ? TEN-FOOT POLE
Colleague of Kent and Lane at the Daily Planet OLSEN
Pocket that isn’t full of rye? PITA
Kind of ID USER
So says PER
Opposite of kitsch GOOD TASTE
Went along with AGREED TO
TV “FYI,” of a sort PSA
Get burnt CHAR
Three-star picture? ORION’S BELT
Historic sites in Hot Springs, Ark. BATHHOUSES
Blow it DROP THE BALL
Follower of Martin Luther King Jr. DAY
Thorny subject ROSE
Free coffee, wellness programs, local discounts, etc. PERKS
Some quotes: Abbr. ESTS
Campaign contributions that are given anonymously DARK MONEY
[There you have it!] [BOOM!]
Choice between two options A OR B
Streamline, maybe PARE DOWN
Double-crosser RAT
Something avoided by a person with teleophobia PLAN
Send elsewhere (to) REFER
“Camelot” composer LOEWE
Upright ON END
Product whose name comes from the Greek for “digestion” PEPSI
Wax off? WANE
Eldest sister in Chekhov’s “Three Sisters” OLGA
Unlikely serving at a Michelin-starred restaurant GLOP
Roadside initials KOA
Like the latest, in the past HEP

NY Times Crossword 17 Sep 20, Thursday

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Savings bank, informally THRIFT
It’s a wrap TOGA
Cry and cry SOB
“Whoopee!” HOORAH!
About 600 million viewers watched its pilot in 1969 APOLLO XI
Pop-up generator ADWARE
Superfan of a certain 2010s pop star BELIEBER
Third word of many a limerick WAS
Rx dosages: Abbr. MGS
Music holder before cloud storage CD STAND
Nonclotting blood component SERUM
Supposed crop circle makers, for short ETS
Garden pest APHID
Held up BORNE
In-flight announcement, for short? APB
Tributary of the Potomac SHENANDOAH RIVER
Starts to de-camp? AIDES
+ with a hint to four pairs of answers in this puzzle AND
Ish SORTA
Food item whose name is derived from a comic strip DAGWOOD SANDWICH
Many a craft beer ALE
Runs FLEES
Nimbi HALOS
Absorbed, as a loss ATE
Section of the Chipotle menu TACOS
Thoughtless sender of emails? SPAMBOT
“Delish!” YUM!
Pop DAD
Like the browser windows of a multitasker KEPT OPEN
“F,” on a form FEMALE
“Indubitably!” YES SIREE!
“Get what I’m talkin’ about?” FEEL ME?
Just squeeze (out) EKE
Kind of disease with a telltale bull’s-eye rash LYME
Split SCHISM

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Become more relaxed THAW
Newswoman Kotb HODA
Feuds ROWS
George’s lyricist brother IRA
Subcontracted, with “out” FARMED
Major Nashville landmark THE GRAND OLE OPRY
Key under a tilde TAB
Kuwait is a member of it, in brief OPEC
Financial incentive for an executive to stay at a company GOLDEN HANDCUFFS
Stars A-LISTERS
Gluten-free noodle variety SOBA
They work as a team OXEN
Middle finger, with “the” BIRD
No-fault rulings at court? LETS
Hero SUB
Muscle-to-bone connector SINEW
Lunar phenomenon MOONSET
Carne ___ ASADA
Small glass container PHIAL
Avoid commitment HEDGE
Meas. equal to 180°/π RAD
Spring month in Paris AVRIL
Chain where you can buy wet or dry food PETCO
Guy friends, in slang BRAHS
Midwest tribe IOWAS
Prepare runny, as an egg SOFT-BOIL
Drink suffix -ADE
For argument’s sake SAY
Housekeeping 101 HOME EC
Totals: Abbr. AMTS
Scottish isle connected by road bridge to the mainland in the 1990s SKYE
Sneaky look PEEK
Place for an icon in church APSE
Be lousy (with) TEEM
Artist given the derisive nickname “Avida Dollars,” an anagram of his full name DALI
Charitable giving ALMS
Consider DEEM
Elizabeth Warren, ___ Herring NEE
Verbal shrug MEH

NY Times Crossword 15 Sep 20, Tuesday

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Orchestra site PIT
Ritzy POSH
Big name in lawn care SCOTTS
Rumpus ADO
Giant in media streaming ROKU
World’s most-visited art museum LOUVRE
Who says “Th-th-th-that’s all, folks!” PORKY PIG
Extend beyond OUTLIE
Inter ___ (among others) ALIA
Damage badly MAUL
“Gross!” ICK!
Disney character based on a Dickens character SCROOGE MCDUCK
Drive-___ window THRU
Like gunpowder and the seismometer, by origin CHINESE
Treacherous, as winter roads ICY
Little more than MERE
How many shows are broadcast IN HD
“Be patient!” or advice seemingly ignored by 17-, 24-, 52- and 62-Across KEEP YOUR PANTS ON
Jazz’s Fitzgerald ELLA
Naïve sort RUBE
It may be affected by traffic, in brief ETA
Actress Janney who won an Oscar for “I, Tonya” ALLISON
Part of many a rocking chair SLAT
“Hunny”-loving A. A. Milne character WINNIE THE POOH
When doubled, a dance CAN
Brand of shoes or handbags ALDO
Talking horse of a ’60s sitcom MR ED
Vice president who won a Nobel Peace Prize AL GORE
Jellystone Park “pic-a-nic basket” thief YOGI BEAR
Buffy, to vampires SLAYER
Ireland, to poets ERIN
Ocean, e.g., in Santa Monica, Calif.: Abbr. AVE
Some fall blooms ASTERS
Cold and damp, as a cellar DANK
Morning coat DEW

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Family man PAPA
People with stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame IDOLS
Doughnut-shaped TORIC
Snoop PRY
Alley-___ OOP
Take to the slopes SKI
Message on a candy heart HUG ME
Hunch over SLOUCH
Question of possibility COULD I?
No longer in the closet OUT
Authority to broadcast TV LICENSE
Entertainment by a pool player TRICK SHOT
Look for SEEK
Mario ___ (video game) KART
“The Walking Dead” network AMC
“Goodness me!” OH MY!
Cookie that may be pulled apart or dunked OREO
Expert GURU
Apartment or condo UNIT
Poet ___ St. Vincent Millay EDNA
Ready-to-assemble furniture giant IKEA
They provide structure, biologically CELL WALLS
Berating at high volume YELLING AT
Mess up ERR
Pill or a reason to take a pill PAIN
Instruction on a door PUSH
Up to the task ABLE
Kind of tide NEAP
One catching the game? SNARER
Edmonton athletes OILERS
Mr. Flanders of “The Simpsons” NED
___ of the Unknowns TOMB
Played (with) TOYED
Mountain nymph OREAD
Release, as a sigh HEAVE
Spanish abode CASA
Doodled, e.g. DREW
“Hey!,” in Jalisco OYE!
60 minuti ORA
Tom Collins ingredient GIN
Tattoo, slangily INK

NY Times Crossword 14 Sep 20, Monday

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Insect that builds a paper nest WASP
Takes a breather RESTS
Fig. of total economic output GNP
Mayberry boy of 1960s TV OPIE
Make legal ALLOW
Logs, for a fire FUEL
Riddled (with) RIFE
Lamented Princess of Wales DIANA
Sin often associated with green ENVY
Major-league team from the Motor City DETROIT TIGERS
Frozen H2O ICE
Female deer DOE
Not quite right AMISS
Start of a tennis rally SERVE
“Hold your horses!” SIT TIGHT!
Variety ILK
Prefix often associated with green ECO-
“You there!” HEY!
Ballot for candidates of more than one party SPLIT TICKET
One that gives a hoot? OWL
Humor WIT
Container at a beer bash KEG
Number of minutes on hold before getting a customer representative WAIT TIME
Greek I’s IOTAS
Two-___ sword EDGED
Precollege exam SAT
Genetic material RNA
Comes out ahead in either case as exemplified by 19-, 29-, 36- and 44-Across? HAS IT BOTH WAYS
Sources of much spam BOTS
Helper in conning SHILL
Nuptial exchange I DOS
At no cost FREE
Stage before metamorphosis LARVA
Gambling mecca north of Carson City RENO
Gave a meal to FED
Helpers AIDES
Genesis garden EDEN

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“People are saying ” WORD IS
Each APIECE
Kitchen gizmo for flour SIFTER
Equal PEER
SiriusXM medium RADIO
Best of the best ELITE
Part of a window blind SLAT
Morrison who wrote “Beloved” TONI
Gala giveaways SWAG
Item with cross hairs GUNSIGHT
Home of Carson City: Abbr. NEV
Two-___ toilet paper PLY
Physicist Enrico after whom element #100 is named FERMI
Three-time Pro Bowler ___ Beckham Jr. ODELL
Dine EAT
“Nevertheless, ___ persisted” SHE
Porker’s quarters STY
Big shot, for short VIP
Italian for “seven” SETTE
French for “here” ICI
Tick-___ TOCK
Green-fleshed fruit KIWI
How a person might feel after being passed over for a promotion SLIGHTED
“Tiny” Dickens boy TIM
Singer Urban KEITH
A narcissist has a big one EGO
Be in debt OWE
Lump of chewing gum WAD
What good movie trailers do TEASE
Gridiron scores, for short TDS
Sent to another team TRADED
“Can I get a volunteer? Somebody ?” ANYONE …?
Jeans brand popular in the 1980s SASSON
Do, as a crossword SOLVE
Book of maps ATLAS
Mallorca, e.g. ISLA
Bangkok native THAI
Something “in the hand” that’s “worth two in the bush” BIRD
Something an informant might wear WIRE
Very close pal, informally BFF
Mine cart contents ORE

NY Times Crossword 13 Sep 20, Sunday

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Curse OATH
Unit of current AMP
Developer of 1982’s E.T., a video game so bad that hundreds of thousands of unsold cartridges were secretly buried in a New Mexico landfill ATARI
Stealing attempts on the diamond? HEISTS
Look extremely stylish, slangily SLAY
___ People’s Democratic Republic LAO
Classic actress Sophia LOREN
Lacking freshness OLD HAT
Always glad to be seated in the back of the boat? HAPPILY EVER AFT (from “happily ever after”)
Printed cotton fabric CALICO
Think of together ASSOCIATE
Perfectly placed “Batman” punch? ABSOLUTE POW (from “absolute power”)
Behind the line of scrimmage ONSIDE
Pried, with “in” NOSED
Look ahead PLAN
Unfilled spaces CAVITIES
Part of New York City’s Museum Mile, with “the” MET
Charlatans PHONIES
“Catch you later!” ADIOS!
Buddhist temple structure PAGODA
Penny going through the wash once again? RECYCLING CENT (from “recycling center”)
Subject of Walter Lord’s “A Night to Remember” TITANIC
Epson product INK
Facebook profile feature STATUS
Soup served at the church social? AMEN BROTH (from “Amen, brother”)
Persuade by force COERCE
Sheep’s kin GOATS
Commencement ONSET
Church officer ELDER
Grape-Nuts maker POST
Ark groupings TWOS
Feudal workers SERFS
In a lively manner GAILY
What a pointless meeting probably should have been handled by EMAIL
California in San Francisco, e.g. STREET
Afternoon gatherings of Mensa? BRAIN TEAS (from “brain teaser”)
Force at sea ARMADA
Monk’s title FRA
Withdrew REVOKED
Having no feeling in one’s texting hand? CELL PHONE NUMB (from “cell phone number”)
Assumed name ANONYM
One of the so-called “Three Crowns of Florence,” along with Petrarch and Boccaccio DANTE
Source of the idioms “fat of the land” and “fire and brimstone” GENESIS
As we speak NOW
Small anatomical opening, as in a bone FENESTRA
These can go for a lot of bucks DOES
Check for mistakes PROOF
Party tray meat SALAMI
Ad for heartburn medication? RELIEF PITCH (from “relief pitcher”)
Puts forward NOMINATES
State you’ll never get to UTOPIA
“Quit your snickering, Damon!”? NO LAUGHING, MATT (from “no laughing matter”)
Hitting the floppy disk icon, say SAVING
Islamic rulers EMIRS
Hill resident ANT
Soup pod OKRA
Dangerous fly TSETSE
Dividing membranes SEPTA
___ flour SOY
“No man hath ___ God ” SEEN

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Labor-regulating org. OSHA
“Such a pity!” ALAS!
Bugs TAPS
Doc’s needle HYPO
Without reserve ALL IN
Yucatán natives MAYAS
Fancifully worded POETIC
Drink rarely drunk with a straw ALE
___ Bora, area of Afghanistan TORA
___ American Heritage Month (April) ARAB
Foul rulers REFS
Says without feeling INTONES
Start of a magician’s phrase HOCUS
Send over the moon ELATE
Waited at a red light, say IDLED
FedEx, maybe SHIP
Order by the border TACO
“Please ___ your tray tables” (plane request) STOW
World-renowned ICONIC
Sanskrit scripture VEDA
Part of many California place names LOS
Get out of Dodge, so to speak EVACUATE
Caustic compound PHENOL
Needing a passcode, maybe LOCKED
Even one ANY
Latin clarifier ID EST
Easy-to-bend metal TIN
Greek vowel IOTA
Lead-in to rail MONO-
Computer menu with Undo and Redo EDIT
Dash gauge TACH
Word with freeze or fixing … PRICE
Choice word ELSE
“Don’t just ___ there!” SIT
Digital passcodes PINS
Viewed optimistically AT BEST
___ snake GARTER
Japanese city where Lexus is headquartered NAGOYA
Classic muscle cars GTOS
Cards with the most pips TENS
Bread MOOLAH
Map section REGION
Irascible CRANKY
Some Hollywood up-and-comers STARLETS
Responded in court PLED
Cowardly sort WIMP
Turn down REFUSE
Units of distance in physics FERMIS
Sticks a fork in STABS
Piece of news ITEM
Drinks usually drunk with straws MALTS
Compos mentis SANE
Stark who was crowned king in the “Game of Thrones” finale BRAN
Eight-year member of Clinton’s cabinet RENO
State AVOW
Glance at, as headlines SCAN
Animal for which the Canary Islands are named DOG
Opposite of WSW ENE
-s or -ed ENDING
Modern prefix NEO-
Practices lexicography DEFINES
One vain about his looks FOP
“You ___?” RANG
Greetings to some mainlanders ALOHAS
Ground-dwelling songbird PIPIT
Bit attachments REINS
Old enough OF AGE
Kind of acid AMINO
Like most mouthwashes MINTY
Brownish shade RUST
Greek vowels ETAS
Classic pop art sculpture with a slanted “O” LOVE
“Personally ” TO ME
Cut out CLIP
Male deer HART
Singer/songwriter Lee AMOS
Appropriate TAKE
“Suis” is part of its conjugation ETRE
Comic book publisher Lee STAN
Where to find MA and PA USA

NY Times Crossword 12 Sep 20, Saturday

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Cut along the grain RIP-SAW
Collection of offers? THE MOB
“Them” ENEMIES
Component of ants on a log CELERY
Flash setting DC COMICS
Who shot Mr. Burns on the classic TV episode “Who Shot Mr. Burns?” MAGGIE
Lowly sorts, in pirate lingo BILGE RATS
Goes so-o-o slowly DRAGS
___ orange OSAGE
Unenthused response MEH
A.P.R.-lowering option REFI
Really digging NOSY
Mesoamerican language family with about half a million speakers ZAPOTECAN
Sites of sudden admissions, for short ERS
A pop PER PERSON
Carolers’ wear SANTA HATS
Middle-distance options on fairways FIVE IRONS
The ___ Five, nickname for the “Queer Eye” cast FAB
Flip GO BERSERK
Political commentator Perino DANA
Non-nons? OUIS
Onetime airer of “Music City Tonight” TNN
Multitudes HOSTS
Kind of mold JELL-O
Producers of sharp increases in height? STILETTOS
Score marking to play higher or lower than written OTTAVA
Summer carnival treat SNOW CONE
One pile of laundry WHITES
“What are you waiting for?!” GET ON IT!
Ostracized group in the Bible LEPERS
___ March (annual event since 2017) WOMEN’S

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Band with the 1974 hit “Come and Get Your Love” REDBONE
Bucktooth, e.g. INCISOR
Student body activity? PE CLASS
Polluted, in a way SMOGGY
Novelist Bender AIMEE
Small dam WEIR
Channel that airs many B&W films TCM
Passenger car attachments HEADRESTS
Some Prado masterpieces EL GRECOS
Groupie MEGAFAN
Etymology, for example ORIGIN
Rewards for regular-season winners, maybe BYES
Racket pros SCAM ARTISTS
Mike and Carol Brady, on “The Brady Bunch” STEPPARENTS
Putting in a tight spot SHOEHORNING
___ cards (ESP testing items) ZENER
Slangy sedative TRANK
Covers, as a pothole PAVES OVER
Hiss SIBILATE
Strike that’s barely struck FOUL TIP
Unfair trick FAST ONE
___ Dolohov, one of the Death Eaters in Harry Potter books ANTONIN
Relatives of bloodhounds BASSETS
Author who popularized the demon Mephistopheles GOETHE
Counterpart of a brick-and-mortar business DOT-COM
Strictly uphold HEW TO
Prominent part of a bloodhound JOWL
Early movie mogul Marcus LOEW
Behind ASS

NY Times Crossword 11 Sep 20, Friday

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Fans of the Bible? PALM FRONDS
It’s hardly a breath of fresh air SMOG
Apartment units SQUARE FEET
Where to visit the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial OAHU
Necked, jocularly SUCKED FACE
Sort (through) SIFT
Perspectives TAKES
Starters A-TEAM
Bobs and weaves DOS
Phone-unlocking option SCAN
Pictures IMAGERY
“Auntie,” on the telly BBC
Dreaded examination AUDIT
Like bells RUNG
Achilles’ heel, e.g. FLAW
Lap-sitter TOT
Solution for a chef, maybe BRINE
Not on time, but that’s OK FASHIONABLY LATE
Talent, in slang CHOPS
Sister language of Thai LAO
Member of the House of Saud, e.g. EMIR
___ nut KOLA
Cicely ___, 2020 Television Academy Hall of Fame inductee TYSON
Seventh of 24 ETA
Plot device that prompts a protagonist to piece things together AMNESIA
Right columns? EDIT
Roar from a crowd RAH!
Proverbial back-breaker STRAW
King ___ COBRA
“My, my!” EGAD!
Get out of here! ESCAPE ROOM
Miguel in “Coco,” por ejemplo NINO
Sweet Indian beverage MANGO LASSI
“Rock or Bust” rockers AC/DC
One who’s about ready to go out? SLEEPYHEAD

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Attention getter PSST!
Lead-in to culture AQUA-
Unfortunate thing to be out of LUCK
Nets MAKES
Alternative to 7Up FRESCA
Like the circle in the 7Up logo RED
Intermittently OFF AND ON
Dandy NEAT
Trickery DECEIT
Tick off STEAM
Title of hits by Abba and Rihanna SOS
Something that might be sacrificed at the altar? MAIDEN NAME
“Never mind!” OH FORGET IT!
Full of grit GUTSY
Unite MARRY
Jaguars, e.g. AUTOS
Trickery GUILE
With whom you might have a Snapchat streak, informally BFF
Bad spells BLACK MAGIC
Liquid paper? CASH ON HAND
Where eyeglasses and espresso machines were invented ITALY
With 36-Down, what plasma may be removed from WHOLE
See 34-Down … BLOOD
“Check” I PASS
It comes before overtime BASE WAGE
Slice of life, maybe ERA
Kind of bone near the tibia and fibula TARSAL
“___ done!” NICELY
Game site ARENA
Objects ITEMS
Literally, “law” TORAH
Face covering of a sort ACNE
Big producer of speakers BOSE
Santa ___, Calif. ROSA
Surrounded by AMID
Nonfiction film, informally DOC
Really jump out POP

NY Times Crossword 10 Sep 20, Thursday

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Mind-set MOOD
Shells you can eat PASTA
Spoiled BAD
With 70-Across, dramatic opening of 62-Across’s Fifth GGG E-FLAT
A computer hacker usually uses this ALIAS
It’s next to nada UNO
Like boardinghouse rooms, again and again RELET
Like all of the 62-Across works in this puzzle SYMPHONIC
Some garden machinery SEEDERS
It’s a laugh YUK
Jewish month of 30 days SHEBAT
___ limits (political issue) TERM
Ricky Martin, e.g. [Third] PUERTO RICAN (hiding “EROICA”)
Pivot SLUE
Abbr. after Brooklyn or Cleveland HTS
Exercise before a trip to Latin America, say [Sixth] SPANISH TUTORIAL (hiding “PASTORAL”)
“___ So Sweet to Trust in Jesus” (hymn) ‘TIS
Quaking cause FEAR
Pelvic bones ILIA
When sung three times, a soccer anthem OLE!
Event before a college football game [Ninth] SCHOOL RALLY (hiding “CHORAL”)
___ ball NERF
Walk stylishly SASHAY
Is down with HAS
Like many retired academics EMERITA
Composer whose works are hidden in 30-, 39- and 48-Across BEETHOVEN
Only part of Egypt located in Asia SINAI
Potential starts of new generations OVA
Broadcasting ON AIR
See 13-Across FFFD
Marked incorrect XED
Trifle PENNY
Schlep TOTE

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Supervisors: Abbr. MGRS
Curved molding OGEE
Randy look OGLE
Released air from, as a balloon DEFLATED
Quarterback, often PASSER
Prince ___ Khan ALY
Kind of card SIM
Choose TAP
Like barbecue pits ASHY
Historic Boston locale BUNKER HILL
What every infinitive in Esperanto ends with -ANI
Grumpy co-worker DOC
Class struggle? TEST
Not at home or caught at home OUT
Part of the Greek spelling of “Aristotle” RHO
Paris hangouts BISTROS
Vocal opponent of 2001’s Patriot Act, for short ACLU
Like violin strings TAUT
The price you pay RETAIL
Lose MISLAY
Detroit pro player PISTON
Disentangle, in a way UNPILE
David Lynch’s first feature-length film ERASERHEAD
Last name in “Star Wars” REN
Prefix with cortex NEO-
Possibilities IFS
Brief moments SECS
It’s a laugh HA HA
Coastal feature RIA
Literary master of irony O HENRY
Skedaddle LAM
Stock at a saloon RYES
Trimmable part FAT
Get the goods SHOP
It may precede a breakup RIFT
Lowdown INFO
Loser to Wilson in 1912 TAFT
Person carrying a briefcase, maybe AIDE
Pricey seating area BOX
December 24, e.g. EVE
It’s next to nothing ONE
Part of 62-Across’s name VAN
64-Down, to 62-Across EIN

NY Times Crossword 9 Sep 20, Wednesday

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Across

Clues Answers
Citizens United, e.g., for short PAC
Give up CEDE
Button whose icon consists of a triangle over a horizontal line EJECT
Prefix with friendly ECO-
What fire poppies do after a wildfire BLOOM
Louis ___, “My Dinner With Andre” director MALLE
Bird able to run faster than the fastest human EMU
99, in chemistry EINSTEINIUM
Something removed before signing PEN CAP
“My gal” of song SAL
Terminal abbr. DEP
Lump in the throat TONSIL
Most likely to be picked, say RIPEST
99, in Islam NAMES OF ALLAH
Black cat, some think OMEN
Stereotypical dog name that isn’t actually used much FIDO
Area of expertise NICHE
“Who ___?” (end of a riddle) AM I
U.S.A.F. honor DFC
Saucer, perhaps UFO
Fall into decay ROT
“Hidden Figures” actress Janelle MONAE
The “A” in A.D. ANNO
Looks for gold PANS
99, in hockey WAYNE GRETZKY
Invites out for ASKS TO
Stab in the back BETRAY
Fill-in-___-blank THE
Letters of “good” cholesterol HDL
Former Ohio governor John KASICH
99, in pop music LUFTBALLONS
December 1st? DEE
Spice that comes in stars ANISE
Dugout, e.g. CANOE
Tree with oval-shaped saw-toothed leaves ELM
Expensive violin, for short STRAD
Glasses, in adspeak SPEX
Mountain seen in “The Sound of Music” ALP

Down

Clues Answers
Look-see PEEP
Pinnacle ACME
“Sure, I’m game” COUNT ME IN
Shears CLIPS OFF
Immeasurably long time EON
___ Equis (beer) DOS
First responders, for short EMTS
Mexican revolutionary Zapata EMILIANO
When M.L.K. was born: Abbr. JAN
Omit, as a syllable ELIDE
Parts of a crossword that the constructor works on last CLUES
Entice TEMPT
Major component of chili BEANS
Jazz pianist Hines EARL
Either of two directing brothers COEN
“Will do my best” IF I CAN
Chap LAD
Symbol of the golden ratio PHI
Linguist Chomsky NOAM
Arsenal supply AMMO
Upscale section of an airport LOUNGE
Something that just might work CRAZY IDEA
“Out of my way!” indicator HONK!
E-commerce site with handmade crafts ETSY
Place for final words DEATHBED
The United States Bullion Depository, familiarly FORT KNOX
Responses of disappointment AWS
Bird’s beak NEB
School-supporting orgs. PTAS
Baby ___, character in “The Mandalorian” YODA
Clear, as a computer’s memory ERASE
Book often stored horizontally ATLAS
Push aside SHUNT
Fermented milk drink KEFIR
Hybrid business entities: Abbr. LLCS
Holder of mitochondria CELL
Source of canvas and cannabis HEMP
They take a look at fliers, for short TSA
Length of a 400-meter run LAP
Washington’s bill ONE

NY Times Crossword 8 Sep 20, Tuesday

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Across

Clues Answers
Home of Busch Gardens TAMPA
Birthstone for many Libras OPAL
React in astonishment GASP
Sprinkle with holy water, say BLESS
Antiquated “not” NARY
Igor Stravinsky’s “Fair lady, gracious gentlemen,” e.g. ARIA
With 26-Across, quote from 4-/60-Down A BOY’S BEST FRIEND
Inexperienced, as a recruit RAW
Some tax shelters, for short IRAS
Leather processing professional TANNER
Pluto’s Egyptian counterpart OSIRIS
Razz TEASE
See 17-Across … IS HIS MOTHER
Chanel perfume COCO
Can’t live without NEED
Fraternity letter TAU
With 38-Across, star of 4-/60-Down ANTHONY
See 34-Across … PERKINS
Loo LAV
Hype TOUT
Keen on INTO
Main character in 4-/60-Down NORMAN BATES
H.S. science class for ambitious students AP BIO
Become too old to qualify AGE OUT
Sound of a fife TOOTLE
Winning the booby prize LAST
___ Tomé and Príncipe SAO
Director of 4-/60-Down, which was released on 9/8/60 ALFRED HITCHCOCK
Advantageous mtge. deal REFI
Jack of all trades, master of ___ NONE
Midwest air hub O’HARE
___-Z (classic Camaro) IROC
Mimic APER
Lassoed ROPED

Down

Clues Answers
Skier’s aid T-BAR
Duchess of ___ (Goya subject) ALBA
Ask for Friskies, maybe MEOW
“Gangnam Style” performer PSY
Pilgrimage destination in central Italy ASSISI
Like macho push-ups ONE-ARM
Ardor PASSION
“Falsehood can hold out against much in this world, but not against ___”: Solzhenitsyn ART
Uber alternative LYFT
Somersaulting dive GAINER
Sports venue ARENA
Trigonometry’s law of ___ SINES
San Diego player PADRE
Rite with a mohel BRIS
Like movies that are more adult than PG-13, maybe RATED-R
“Pick me! Pick me! I know!” OH! OH!
Part of the process STEP
College in New Rochelle, N.Y. IONA
1970s-’80s sketch comedy show SCTV
___-haw HEE
Berkeley school, informally CAL
Fork point TINE
Unwelcome picnic guests ANTS
Sponsor of many a Bob Hope show, in brief USO
Peter with eight Oscar nominations (but no wins) O’TOOLE
“ ___ a lender be” NOR
City and county of Arizona YUMA
Singer Eartha KITT
Quotable bit on a movie poster TAG LINE
___ acid (aqua fortis) NITRIC
Like Felix Unger vis-à-vis Oscar Madison NEATER
Variety of pear BOSC
Stephen King or Ellery Queen AUTHOR
Space Invaders console ATARI
One propelling a raft, maybe POLER
Superb, on Broadway BOFFO
Novelist Ferber EDNA
“General Hospital,” e.g. SOAP
Field unit ACRE
Approved OKED
Short flight HOP
Comic Margaret CHO