NY Times Crossword 20 Mar 21, Saturday

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Clues Answers
Muhammad Ali was one, famously TRASH-TALKER
Admit (to) COP
Animal that produces eggs once a year EASTER BUNNY
Big galoot APE
Show that opens with “I Hope I Get It” A CHORUS LINE
It’s not gross NET
Be it, say SEEK
Pardon, informally ‘SCUSE
Old-fashioned letter opener SIRS …
Che Guevara’s real first name ERNESTO
Care about MIND
Attracted DREW TO
Doc performing tympanostomies ENT
Locale of Aconcagua ANDES
Sign that indicates “Quiet!” ON AIR
Stable figures MARES
“Me” problem EGO
Give up WAIVE
Hot off the press FRESH
Restrains, as one’s emotions DAMPS
Dos letras en “Trinidad y Tobago” TES
Provides an address ORATES
Bob Hoskins’s role in 1991’s “Hook” SMEE
For nearly all to see? RATED PG
Sensation from a song that you’re really, really into, slangily EARGASM
Brouhaha STIR
Important time for Ph.D. students ORALS
Flour in Indian cuisine ATTA
Carol contraction ‘TIS
It flies around Florence ITALIAN FLAG
Twelfth Night vis-à-vis Three Kings’ Day EVE
Website full of low-quality, aggregated articles CONTENT FARM
___ ipsa loquitur RES
Oscar winner from “The Little Mermaid” for Best Original Song UNDER THE SEA


Clues Answers
One who’s in the heat? RACER
Hardly rosy ASHEN
Incite STOKE
“I Used to Know ___” (2019 Grammy-nominated album) HER
Rely upon TRUST IN
Made a quick getaway ABSCONDED
Humdinger LULU
Common Jewish deli order KNISH
The planets in our solar system, once ENNEAD
Common Jewish deli choice RYE
“I’m a little busy, you see?” CAN IT WAIT?
Places to buy food you wouldn’t want to eat yourself PET STORES
New York college named after a Franciscan friar SIENA
Chrome, e.g. BROWSER
“L’Absinthe” painter DEGAS
Novelist who received a Nobel nomination at least 20 times, but never won EM FORSTER
What a P.R. firm wants to control NARRATIVE
Expositions TREATISES
One helping you find a cab? SOMMELIER
Fragrant compound ESTER
Field worker PEASANT
“Precisely!” SPOT ON!
Blooper GAFFE
He’s got a lot on his shoulders ATLAS
React to a public scene, maybe STARE
Underground rock? MAGMA
___ Oper (famed German concert hall) ALTE
Critical area, for short ICU
Higher power? NTH