NY Times Crossword 10 Apr 21, Saturday

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Clues Answers
Marketing metric AD SALES
Utter rot TWADDLE
How Dickens describes Marley in “A Christmas Carol” DEAD AS A DOORNAIL
Friend from way back OLD ACQUAINTANCE
“In case you forgot …,” e.g. NUDGE
Supersmooth SILKY
Spiced quaff NOG
Like some threats IDLE
Set shots? TAKES
Actress Ferrell of “White Men Can’t Jump” TYRA
“The thing about that is …” SEE …
“Heavens to Murgatroyd!” MY GOD!
Figure to the left of Clinton in a famous 1993 photo-op handshake RABIN
Harry and Lloyd’s road trip destination in “Dumb and Dumber” ASPEN
Boil down DECOCT
Chopin composed three collections of them ETUDES
Scotch fillet, by another name RIB EYE
Salon offering DYE JOB
It may be sprinkled with sprinkles DONUT
Uncle ___ REMUS
Matchmaking targets? SOCKS
Go nowhere SIT
Actor/comedian Mike EPPS
Refuses to go along BALKS
Casual, dismissive response UH, NO
Trouble AIL
___ Brothers (pop trio) JONAS
“Träskor” in Sweden and “geta” in Japan, to name two CLOGS
The bare essentials, so to speak MEAT AND POTATOES
Election plot twist OCTOBER SURPRISE
Letters have them TENANTS


Clues Answers
Hoodwink DELUDE
Prepare to ride, with “up” SADDLE …
“Opposites attract,” for one ADAGE
Tie up LACE
Abbr. on a law firm’s letterhead ESQ
Hot links, say SAUSAGES
Put in work TOILED
Detail-oriented sorts WONKS
Affected, in a way ARTY
Cellular data plan? DNA
Classic ballad set to the tune of “Londonderry Air” DANNY BOY
What fennel tastes like LICORICE
Graceful and tasteful ELEGANT
Vegetable whose name is Japanese for “big root” DAIKON
Not so intense, say TYPE B
“Be silent,” on a music score TACET
It worked with a prompt MS-DOS