NY Times Crossword 12 Dec 20, Saturday

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Clues Answers
Company with the most U.S. patents per year since 1993 IBM
“Quiet, you!” SHUSH!
Bench targets, for short PECS
Profession in Upton Sinclair’s “The Jungle” MEATPACKER
“That said …,” in a text OTOH
Narrow band of storms SQUALL LINE
Country whose flag stripe colors are exactly the same as Guinea’s except in reverse order MALI
Longtime college basketball coach Kruger LON
Tempur-Pedic acquisition of 2012 SEALY
What doesn’t require a return envelope? E-FILING
Gets ready to throw TAKES AIM
Focus of some celebrity suits LIBEL
Suffix with elector ATE
What shows what you’re made of? DNA PROFILE
They cover all the bases HOME-RUN TROTS
Drink, in a way LAP
Demands NEEDS
Rhythmic pattern in jazz STOP-TIME
I, for one SUBJECT
Having overhangs, say EAVED
Symbol for elasticity, in economics ETA
Like cars in a junkyard, maybe RUST-EATEN
Story lines ARCS
Luxury wear for showgoers OPERA CAPES
Fairy ___ TALE
Order in the court PLEASE RISE
Annual event first held at the Hollywood Athletic Club EMMYS
Org. with X-rays TSA


Clues Answers
Pings IMS
Pass on after passing on BEQUEATH
Representation of the first-born child of “earth mother” and “sky father,” in Hawaiian culture MAUNA KEA
Part of a campus map HALL
Sch. with the most applications in the U.S. UCLA
Foundation location SKIN
Thusly HENCE
Fluffy dog, for short POM
Latin for “and elsewhere” ET ALIBI
Mustard, for one COLONEL
Rafter neighbor SHINGLE
Put on hold TABLE
Diving spot REEF
On the double STAT
“It’s game over for me” I LOST
Die-hard fan no matter what, in slang LIFER
Amy of “Arrival” ADAMS
Alaska, often INSET
Computer shortcuts MACROS
Hybrid fruit also known as an aprium PLUOT
Musical piece with a recurring theme RONDO
Jazzy Jeff, per a 1988 3x platinum album title THE DJ
Not so great WORSE
Tapenade discard OLIVE PIT
State of being broken TAMENESS
Wins a race against, perhaps UNSEATS
N as in Nissan? NEUTRAL
Total meltdown DEBACLE
Heads out, slangily PEACES
Siberian native TATAR
Bumper ___ CROP
Mathematical suffix -TUPLE
Part of San Francisco’s Muni system TRAM
A snap EASY
Hem, e.g. SEW
Last word of “America the Beautiful” SEA