NY Times Crossword 1 Jan 20, Wednesday

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Across

Clues Answers
“Sounds exciting,” sarcastically OH FUN
First verb in the Lord’s Prayer ART
Trim CLIP
Pages (through) LEAFS
Commercial follower of “-o-” RAMA
Super-duper A-ONE
Employer of nurse sharks? MAKO CLINIC (from “Mayo Clinic”)
Name spelled out in a Kinks hit LOLA
Laudatory lines ODES
___ Claire, Wis. EAU
Delicacy in a tiny spoon CAVIAR
Fig. in the form XXX-XX-XXXX SSN
“It’s green and slimy” and “It tastes like the ocean”? KELP REVIEWS (from “Yelp reviews”)
Climate agreement city PARIS
Site of the fall of man EDEN
Late Saudi journalist Khashoggi JAMAL
“With this ring, I ___ wed” THEE
Crushing setback BLOW
Seal the deal ICE IT
Big scare of a couple of decades ago or a phonetic hint to this puzzle’s theme Y2K
Sign away WAIVE
Own (up) FESS
“___ mío!” (Spanish cry) DIOS
Storied toymakers ELVES
Deadlocked EVEN
Less colorful PALER
Nerd’s goal on a dating app? FINDING DORK (from “Finding Dory”)
Yodeler’s peak ALP
Ciaos at luaus ALOHAS
Brouhaha ADO
Fruit in some gin SLOE
Animal relative of a hinny MULE
Pointy bill or tail feathers? END OF STORK (from “end of story”)
Dr. ___, film enemy of Austin Powers EVIL
Bring up or something that might be brought up REAR
Unidentified person, in slang RANDO
Climax in “Hamilton” DUEL
Dunderhead ASS
Having a body mass index over 30, medically OBESE

Down

Clues Answers
Actor Edward James ___ OLMOS
State of mind HEADSPACE
Jokey parts of prank calls, often FAKE NAMES
Sci-fi travelers, for short UFOS
Presidential advisory grp. NSC
Times New Roman alternative ARIAL
Accumulated, as expenses RAN UP
“Jeez, I did NOT need to know that!” TMI!
Fictional sport whose rules are invented during play CALVINBALL
Sarge’s superior LOOIE
Something a bride or groom might acquire IN-LAW
Fruit from an orchard PEARS
Give in (to) ACCEDE
Levi’s alternatives LEES
One of 17 Monopoly properties: Abbr. AVE
Traditional wedding wear, for some KILT
Really needs a bath, say REEKS
Complained angrily and loudly RAISED HELL
What “choosy moms choose,” in ads JIF
Knot-___ (scout’s skill) TYING
Necessity for life, chemically speaking H2O
Be a hermit, say LIVE ALONE
Supreme leaders OVERLORDS
Five-time Pro Bowl receiver Welker WES
Diluted WEAK
Not as bright DENSER
Itinerary word VIA
T.A.’s overseer PROF
Having renown FAMED
Message on a candy heart I LUV U
“Cross my heart!” NO LIE!
Pops, to tots DADAS
Things that might make one cry “Foul!”? ODORS
Black tea variety PEKOE
Knife STAB
Promoter of Teacher Appreciation Week: Abbr. NEA
Sellout show inits. SRO