NY Times Crossword 10 Sep 20, Thursday

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Clues Answers
Mind-set MOOD
Shells you can eat PASTA
Spoiled BAD
With 70-Across, dramatic opening of 62-Across’s Fifth GGG E-FLAT
A computer hacker usually uses this ALIAS
It’s next to nada UNO
Like boardinghouse rooms, again and again RELET
Like all of the 62-Across works in this puzzle SYMPHONIC
Some garden machinery SEEDERS
It’s a laugh YUK
Jewish month of 30 days SHEBAT
___ limits (political issue) TERM
Ricky Martin, e.g. [Third] PUERTO RICAN (hiding “EROICA”)
Pivot SLUE
Abbr. after Brooklyn or Cleveland HTS
Exercise before a trip to Latin America, say [Sixth] SPANISH TUTORIAL (hiding “PASTORAL”)
“___ So Sweet to Trust in Jesus” (hymn) ‘TIS
Quaking cause FEAR
Pelvic bones ILIA
When sung three times, a soccer anthem OLE!
Event before a college football game [Ninth] SCHOOL RALLY (hiding “CHORAL”)
___ ball NERF
Walk stylishly SASHAY
Is down with HAS
Like many retired academics EMERITA
Composer whose works are hidden in 30-, 39- and 48-Across BEETHOVEN
Only part of Egypt located in Asia SINAI
Potential starts of new generations OVA
Broadcasting ON AIR
See 13-Across FFFD
Marked incorrect XED
Trifle PENNY
Schlep TOTE


Clues Answers
Supervisors: Abbr. MGRS
Curved molding OGEE
Randy look OGLE
Released air from, as a balloon DEFLATED
Quarterback, often PASSER
Prince ___ Khan ALY
Kind of card SIM
Choose TAP
Like barbecue pits ASHY
Historic Boston locale BUNKER HILL
What every infinitive in Esperanto ends with -ANI
Grumpy co-worker DOC
Class struggle? TEST
Not at home or caught at home OUT
Part of the Greek spelling of “Aristotle” RHO
Paris hangouts BISTROS
Vocal opponent of 2001’s Patriot Act, for short ACLU
Like violin strings TAUT
The price you pay RETAIL
Detroit pro player PISTON
Disentangle, in a way UNPILE
David Lynch’s first feature-length film ERASERHEAD
Last name in “Star Wars” REN
Prefix with cortex NEO-
Possibilities IFS
Brief moments SECS
It’s a laugh HA HA
Coastal feature RIA
Literary master of irony O HENRY
Skedaddle LAM
Stock at a saloon RYES
Trimmable part FAT
Get the goods SHOP
It may precede a breakup RIFT
Lowdown INFO
Loser to Wilson in 1912 TAFT
Person carrying a briefcase, maybe AIDE
Pricey seating area BOX
December 24, e.g. EVE
It’s next to nothing ONE
Part of 62-Across’s name VAN
64-Down, to 62-Across EIN