NY Times Crossword 10 Jul 19, Wednesday

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Clues Answers
One’s marriage or graduation BIG DAY
Ring punch JAB
Operate smoothly HUM
Charm City baseballer ORIOLE
Be shown up LOSE FACE
___ City Hall, 36-Across-designed building (1978) DALLAS
Sites of some strikes OIL WELLS
“The Winding Stair” poet YEATS
Ballerina’s hairdo BUN
Omnipotent and all-merciful one, in Islam ALLAH
Chicken ___ KIEV
Place for an Atlas SILO
With 10-Down, 36-Across-designed museum (1995) ROCK AND ROLL …
Do a little stretching? FIB
Under control IN HAND
Ricotta cheese source EWE
Get an ___ effort A FOR
Come to nothing FAIL
Subject of this puzzle (1917-2019) IM PEI
Runner’s space LANE
Script unit LINE
Land in the ocean CAY
Claymation pal of Wallace GROMIT
It’s a big stretch ERA
Portmanteau for 36-Across STARCHITECT
Help for the disabled? TOWS
On ___ (running by itself) AUTO
Sicilia and Sardegna ISOLE
Jack (up) AMP
Classic opera in which every leading character dies TOSCA
Asian capital designed by British urban planners NEW DELHI
With 26-Down, 36-Across-designed Hong Kong skyscraper (1990) BANK OF …
Warty arboreal creature TREE TOAD
Mystical and puzzling OCCULT
Stick in a boat OAR
Stand in (for) SUB


Clues Answers
Soul mate? BODY
“Dies ___” (hymn) IRAE
River to the Colorado GILA
Noodlehead DOLT
One who calls Nome home ALASKAN
“Thumbs up!” YES!
Enroll in JOIN
“Talking” with one’s hands, for short ASL
Bawl over BEWAIL
See 24-Across … HALL OF FAME
Sch. near Hollywood UCLA
Fit well MESH
36-Across-designed Paris landmark (1989) LOUVRE PYRAMID
Cut down FELL
Sack, so to speak BED
Legally charges INDICTS
Magician’s skill SLEIGHT
Rummage (through) RIFLE
TV booth alert ON AIR
See 59-Across … CHINA TOWER
Moolah KALE
Be shy OWE
Kind of column IONIC
George with a .390 batting average in 1980 BRETT
Gazillions A LOT
Goat’s bleat MAA!
Lecturer’s reading? RIOT ACT
Word that rhymes with treats, appropriately SWEETS
Trophy CUP
Shoppe description OLDE
Excited about INTO
Some hospital supplies SERA
Fictional captain whose nickname is “Old Thunder” AHAB
Back in the day ONCE
Arctic seabird SKUA
Nowhere near the target, in a children’s guessing game COLD
When soap operas usually air, informally AFTS
Bud’s bud in old comedy LOU
Winner of four World Series in this century, on scoreboards BOS