NY Times Crossword 11 Aug 22, Thursday

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Clues Answers
The Congressional Black Caucus, for one BLOC
“Do not delay!” ASAP!
Onetime rival of Activision ATARI
Actor Damon or Bomer MATT
One reaching across the aisle, perhaps BRIDE
Fruit with a rind MELON
Faultless, biblically [Spanish] WITHOUT SIN (“sin” is Spanish for “without”)
Backs out unexpectedly BAILS
Boot camp participant ENLISTEE
Setting for part of “Frankenstein” LAB
Substitute on TV [Czech] GUEST HOST (“host” is Czech for “guest”)
Competitor with variable skills? MATHLETE
Roman god DIO
Filming locale for “the beach” in “Lost” OAHU
Threepio’s companion ARTOO
Pick for a pendant OPAL
With 40-Across, what’s fatefully “cast” in a quote attributed to Julius Caesar [German] THE …
Bakery container [Spanish] BREAD PAN (“pan” is Spanish for “bread”)
See 37-Across … DIE (“die” is German for “the”)
Single numbers? SOLI
Adherent of a philosophy of wisdom, justice, courage and moderation STOIC
“Doin’ the Pigeon” dancer on “Sesame Street” BERT
Attribute aptly hidden in “We’re gods!” EGO
Signs of good health in puppies WET NOSES
Outspoken agitator [Dutch] FIREBRAND (“brand” is Dutch for “fire”)
Phone-y document? FAX
“Aww”-inducing ADORABLE
Baked Scottish snack OATCAKE
The Ingalls family’s little house on the prairie, e.g. CABIN
Like the second word in 17-, 24-, 37-/40-, 38- and 50-Across vis-à-vis the first word TRANSLATED
Believe THINK
Give the boot EVICT
Indian food cooked on a tawa ROTI
Record numbers? SONGS
Comic Chris of “S.N.L.” REDD
Blotch SPOT


Clues Answers
M3, X3 and 3 Series, for three BMWS
Like some church matters LAIC
Palindromic guy OTTO
Title monster in an H. P. Lovecraft story CTHULHU
Frida Kahlo creations ARTE
Member of the fam SIS
Final bid? ADIEU
Pasta named for quills PENNE
Cafe analogue TEA SHOP
Bush-nominated Supreme Court justice ALITO
Romeo and Juliet, e.g. ROLES
Map detail INSET
Constant irritant BUGBEAR
Not written down, say ORAL
Tab for a trip LSD
Allude to GET AT
Bon ___ MOT
Some sighs AAHS
One of the Huxtable kids on 1980s-’90s TV THEO
Preceder of cuatro or chic? TRES
Irish actor Chris O’DOWD
Classic TV kid whose name sounds like two letters of the alphabet OPIE
Refreshment suffixes -ADES
Pre-euro money LIRE
Targets for Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren BIG BANKS
“Get right on it!” ACT FAST!
Hypothetical entities, for short ETS
Rude looks LEERING
High ball? ORB
Part of N.A.A.C.P.: Abbr. NATL
Not just beliefs FACTS
It shares a 44-mile border with Canada IDAHO
Bat boy? ROBIN
Make adjustments to ALTER
Audacity NERVE
Not streamed, say ON CD
Low-carb kind of diet KETO
Replace “i.e.” with “e.g.,” e.g. EDIT
Backing AID