New York Times – Nov 2 2020

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Clues Answers
‘Big’ name in London BEN
‘Holy moly!’ EGAD
‘Party on, ___!’ ‘Party on, Garth!’ WAYNE
‘S.N.L.’ offering COMEDYSKETCH
‘The Fox and the Grapes’ author AESOP
‘Wee’ fella LAD
Actor Nielsen of ‘Airplane!’ LESLIE
Add sugar to SWEETEN
Artist’s stand EASEL
Ballpoint points NIBS
Barely scrape (by) EKE
Batman and Robin are a ‘dynamic’ one DUO
Before, in a poem ERE
Botch something ERR
Botch, as a catch MUFF
Ceased ENDED
Coins in India RUPEES
Common dog command STAY
Common dog command SPEAK
Commuting option TRAIN
Connect JOIN
Country along Argentina’s entire western border CHILE
Furry red monster of children’s TV ELMO
Genre for Megan Thee Stallion RAP
Grand achievement FEAT
Green-___ monster EYED
Hacky ___ (game) SACK
Have an invisible footprint LEAVENOTRACE
Having a new life REBORN
High heels, e.g SHOES
Inbox accumulation EMAIL
Intermittently available fast-food sandwich MCRIB
Jane Austen novel EMMA
John Cougar Mellencamp’s ‘R.O.C.K. in the ___’ USA
Lake that feeds into Lake Ontario ERIE
Locale of the anvil and the stirrup EAR
Loud, mocking call JEER
Made a bust? SCULPTED


Clues Answers
Maker of Asteroids ATARI
Marijuana cigarette, in old slang REEFER
Massage RUB
Model and reality star Jenner KENDALL
Newspaper opinion pieces OPEDS
Occupations CAREERS
One version of poker FIVECARDDRAW
Opposite of rural URBAN
Optimistic ROSY
Pants might burst at them SEAMS
Part of a test that may produce a hand cramp ESSAY
Poetic foot with a short and a long syllable IAMB
Popular dog crossbreed GOLDENDOODLE
Principle to fight for CAUSE
Prior to now AGO
Relinquish, as one’s rights WAIVE
Retrieves, as baseballs SHAGS
Root used in making poi TARO
Sailor’s ‘yes’ AYE
Skill of an archer AIM
Some Thanksgiving side dishes YAMS
Sound of a chuckle HEHE
Stare at, as a creep might OGLE
Start of every ZIP code in Virginia TWO
Take back, as an offer RESCIND
Thurman of ‘Pulp Fiction’ UMA
Tinker Bell, for one FAIRY
Tornadoes CYCLONES
Use a sentence with a ‘?’ ASK
Vehicle that travels in only one direction SLED
Version that’s just for show DEMO
Was gentle with Coddled
Wash with vigor SCRUB
Whimper MEWL
YouTube clip, informally VID
Z ___ zebra ASIN
___ and tonic GIN