NY Times Crossword 14 Nov 20, Saturday

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Clues Answers
Discusses GOES INTO
Proceed down the runway, perhaps SASHAY
Polish, say EUROPEAN
Working as a go-between LIAISING
Literally, “art-doer” GEISHA
Achilles, for example TENDON
“All ___ are civil ___, because all men are brothers” (quote attributed to François Fénelon) WARS
For whom the ravens Huginn and Muninn collect intel, in legend ODIN
Lane hugger? KENT
California roll ingredient AVOCADO
Religious observance HOLY DAY
Assembly line feature ROBOT ARM
“___ the Wizard” (show tune) HE’S
“My Violent Evil Monster Just Scared Us Nuts” and others MNEMONIC DEVICES
Swan song END
Me time, say SOLITUDE
Countless UMPTEEN
Attachment to a car’s dashboard GPS UNIT
Stick: Sp. PALO
Late actress Diana of “Game of Thrones” RIGG
Parliament votes AYES
High dudgeon WRATH
See for a bit PEEK AT
“Kimigayo,” in Japan ANTHEM
Comic actor who played Sir Robin and Harry the Haggler ERIC IDLE
62-Down part RETINA
Fresh bread? NEW MONEY


Clues Answers
It might be hair-raising GEL
Parlement vote OUI
Historian’s specialty, perhaps ERA
“I see you’ve left me no choice” SO IT’S COME TO THIS
___ dixit IPSE
Bundestag vote NEIN
Adjective on an Indian menu TANDOORI
“I swear!” ON GOD!
Concern about an old sofa SAG
Unmoored, in a way ASEA
Quieted down HUSHED
Mythical figure associated with snakes ATHENA
Like some bread and beer YEASTY
Research org. in Bethesda NIH
Getting close, perhaps WARM
Bath water? AVON
Cover-up in court ROBE
Totally useless NO HELP
Do makeup? ATONE
Something to sneeze at? DANDER
Brand with a classic “501 Blues” ad campaign LEVIS
Roast V.I.P.s MCS
Crude verse DOGGEREL
Big Apple sch. system CUNY
1960s “It Girl” Sedgwick EDIE
Preceders of spikes, in volleyball SETS
Eliot hero MARNER
Tributary of the Missouri PLATTE
Chill NIP
Davis of Hollywood GEENA
___ teeth (rarity) HEN’S
New Zealand demonym KIWI
Very top ACME
When the National Day of Prayer is celebrated MAY
Forensic science subject DNA
Diminutive suffix -LET
Body part with a 63-Across EYE