NY Times Crossword 10 Jan 22, Monday

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Clues Answers
Police officers COPS
Activity with a lotus position YOGA
Word before Actor and Actress at the Oscars BEST …
Tie score DRAW
Emerged, as an issue AROSE
Story about Zeus or Hera, say MYTH
Where to get one’s Kix? CEREAL BOWL
Have on WEAR
Birds in a gaggle GEESE
Dig in at dinner EAT
___ Lanka SRI
Jeans or jodhpurs PANTS
Singer/songwriter nicknamed “Piano Man” BILLY JOEL
“___-Man” (Paul Rudd superhero film) ANT
Gloomy atmosphere PALL
In the countryside RURAL
Forlorn, directionless type LOST SOUL
Some hotel and restaurant staffers VALETS
Place for a ship’s captain HELM
Top-of-the-line A-ONE
Places among the troops, as a journalist EMBEDS
Survey of Election Day voters EXIT POLL
Somewhat, informally SORTA
Street ___ (acceptance among peers) CRED
One of 435 in D.C. REP
Greener energy source CLEAN COAL
Skedaddles SCATS
Org. promoting oral health ADA
Source for maple syrup SAP
Derisive cries from the audience HOOTS
Categorize simplistically PIGEONHOLE
Diabolical EVIL
Marine animals with flippers SEALS
“___ go bragh!” (“Ireland forever!”) ERIN
Cold and damp, as a basement DANK
Barbecue skewer SPIT
1-Across in Manhattan, for short NYPD


Clues Answers
U.S. public health agcy. CDC
Common herb in pizza OREGANO
Perennial embarrassments for teens PARENTS
Like most desserts SWEET
New Haven alma mater of five presidents YALE
Sphere ORB
Melted chocolate, e.g. GOO
To boot AS WELL
Luxury German carmaker BMW
Blight on the landscape EYESORE
Fix one’s gaze on STARE AT
Sensations at amusement parks THRILLS
Carrier based at Ben Gurion Airport EL AL
Nincompoop ASS
Ruthless ruler TYRANT
Chum PAL
“The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” writer BAUM
Under the weather ILL
Minty drink at Churchill Downs JULEP
Capitol insiders, informally POLS
Letter before iota THETA
Many family cars SEDANS
Emptiness VOID
Figure skating jump AXEL
Got away ESCAPED
Neighbor of Ukraine once part of the U.S.S.R. MOLDOVA
Burglary, e.g. BREAK-IN
Noted stretch of time ERA
Grand speechmaking ORATORY
Reveal inadvertently LET SLIP
Discs on hi-fis LPS
Xeroxes, e.g. COPIES
Mushroom parts CAPS
George or Louis, to William and Kate SON
Leonard who wrote the song “Hallelujah” COHEN
The late Alex Trebek, for one HOST
Antlered animal ELK
Distinct disparity GAP
Pharmacist/philanthropist Lilly ELI
Finale END