NY Times Crossword 12 Apr 20, Sunday

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Clues Answers
Book that’s out of this world? ATLAS
Illuminating point APERCU
Gilda Radner character on “S.N.L.” BABA WAWA
Took the plunge LEAPT
Ladies’ men ROMEOS
April 22 EARTH DAY
Gray with a tinge of brown TAUPE
Things got off to a bad start when one trainee tripped and … SPILLED THE BEANS
___ on the side of ERR
Father on “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” ABE
Doctor Zhivago, in “Doctor Zhivago” YURI
Part of a Parisian address RUE
Roofed patio LANAI
1099-___ (I.R.S. form) MISC
Company with a Gigafactory TESLA
The carton leaked milk everywhere when another trainee accidentally … SPLIT HALF AND HALF
___ sci, college major related to psych COG
Kitchen bulb SHALLOT
Put back in place, as measures REIMPOSE
Overly sentimental SAPPY
The drip coffee tasted grainy because they … LACKED A FILTER
Company whose Nasdaq symbol is its name EBAY
Having colors in blotches PIED
Steinbrenner who took over the Yankees in 2010 HAL
Moves like Jagger STRUTS
Box score stat RBI
It follows more or less … THAN
Draft choice LAGER
Nonkosher meat HAM
In fact, every cup they served was … FAR FROM YOUR AVERAGE JOE
Writer Rand AYN
“This is the worst!” AW, MAN!
Flier for a magic show DOVE
Internet address, in brief URL
Lifesavers HEROES
Headed up LED
“Oh, so that’s how it’s going to be” I SEE
Comfort BALM
To make matters worse, the espresso machine … RAN OUT OF STEAM
Some TVs and cameras SONYS
Home to many Berbers MOROCCO
“Surely you don’t mean me!?” MOI?!
They worried about their jobs — these mistakes were … GROUNDS FOR FIRING
Snitches SINGS
Attendee GOER
Stereotypical dogs FIDOS
Weak ___ (unconvincing argument) TEA
“Give it ___!” A REST
Polite title MA’AM
Either weekend day, symbolically ESS
Sound from a fan HUM
Sure enough, when the boss showed up, everyone … GOT INTO HOT WATER
Speak grandly ORATE
Bit of contingency planning RAIN DATE
Pal of Pooh EEYORE
Soap Box Derby entrant RACER
Reporter’s vantage point PRESS BOX
Critics’ awards STARS


Clues Answers
Makes fit ALTERS
Get misty TEAR UP
Source of bay leaves LAUREL
Offering in the Google Play store APP
Like ninjas STEALTHY
Premier League rival of Tottenham Hotspur ARSENAL
Really stand out POP
Onetime label for Radiohead EMI
Depend RELY
Spreadsheet part COLUMN
Log-in need USER ID
Make things interesting, so to speak BET
Sounds of satisfaction AAHS
Be in the works BREW
When you might run away from home AT BAT
Info on an invitation WHERE
Player of Ben Wyatt on “Parks and Recreation” ADAM SCOTT
Unnaturally pale WAN
Shakespearean affirmatives AYS
Trade gossip DISH
___ Men (“Who Let the Dogs Out” group) BAHA
Purely ALL
“You win this hand” I FOLD
Valentine’s Day purchase CARD
Takes an “L” LOSES
Constant stress or heavy drinking AGER
Popular children’s book series with hidden objects I SPY
___ glance AT A
Grazing spots LEAS
N.Y.C. shopping mecca FIFTH AVE
Optical illusion MIRAGE
Showy feather PLUME
Drudge SERF
So-called “enclosed” rhyme scheme ABBA
It beats nothing PAIR
Absurd pretense CHARADE
Justice nominated by Obama KAGAN
Your highness?: Abbr. ELEV
Series of missed calls PHONE TAG
“Do you know who ___?” I AM
Singer born Eithne Ní Bhraonáin ENYA
Team-building activity? TRYOUT
“The Wiz” director Sidney LUMET
N.L. Central team REDS
___ Islands, archipelago between Iceland and Norway FAROE
They give a hoot OWLS
Kind of deer ROE
Explorer Ponce de León JUAN
Nail polish brand ORLY
Trees that line the National Mall ELMS
Asian city with a monument to John McCain HANOI
Finish 0-0, say END IN A TIE
Matin’s opposite SOIR
“See you later” I’M OFF
Crass, classless sort BOOR
Custom auto accessories RIMS
Excessively promote FLOG
Pro-___ AMS
They usually make the cut SCISSORS
French chess piece ROI
Got takeout, say ORDERED
Ones concerned with cash flow, for short CFOS
Man, in Italian UOMO
More nifty NEATER
Part of a cash register DRAWER
Destination in the “Odyssey” ITHACA
Render ineffective NEUTER
Many Twitch streamers GAMERS
D and ), in texts GRINS
Sharp pain STAB
Escapee from Miss Gulch’s bicycle basket TOTO
Moore whom Sports Illustrated called the “greatest winner in the history of women’s basketball” MAYA
Org. GRP
Dinghy thingy OAR
Spell the wrong way? HEX
Small fry TOT
Lead-in to long ERE
Snitch RAT