NY Times Crossword 13 Mar 20, Friday

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Clues Answers
Opera style using everyday events rather than myth VERISMO
Less than required NOT ENOUGH
Something drawn for sport BOW AND ARROW
Home to sedges and reeds FEN
Those: Sp. ESAS
Rawboned LEAN
National ___ Day (March 16 observance, appropriate to this puzzle) PANDA
It has a lot of competition on TV ESPN
Ctrl-Shift-___ (shortcut for a force-quit) ESC
Common recipient of an erroneous apostrophe ITS
“Yikes!” ACK!
Product whose package has a splash of milk OREOS
Good name for a financial adviser IRA
Title setting for a Hemingway novel, with “the” SEA
Basketball Hall-of-Famer nicknamed “The Answer” IVERSON
Little drink NIP
When many workdays begin AT NINE
Wish one could LONG TO
League standings format LADDER
Situated away from the point of origin DISTAL
Possibly not even that OR WORSE
1909 Physics Nobelist for radio communications MARCONI
Research complex in Bethesda, Md. NIH
Aromatic flower from China TEA ROSE
Annual hoops event, for short NIT
Put on GAIN
Strain to recall? E COLI
Princess in L. Frank Baum books OZMA
Not pro ANTI
Collection at the entrance to a mosque SHOES
Rivers of New York City JOAN
Some census info SEX
G, in the key of C SOL


Clues Answers
Wedding words VOWS
Jousting venue, informally REN FAIRE
Tab key, e.g. INDENTER
Dastards SO-AND-SOS
Wall: Fr. MUR
“Puss in Boots” villain OGRE
You name it NOUN
Bad place for a long run HOSE
Like 17-Across BLACK AND WHITE
Home for some famous 17-Acrosses, informally WASHINGTON ZOO
People who do not eat meat but do eat fish PESCETARIANS
Representation of one’s personality in the natural world SPIRIT ANIMAL
Tony-winning actress for “Miss Saigon” LEA SALONGA
Kind of ice cream NEAPOLITAN
Opposite of returnable SOLD AS IS
Like xenon INERT
Like la nuit NOIRE
Wedding words I DO
Foreign policy advisory grp. NSC
Noted Marilyn Monroe feature MOLE
Pal of Piglet ROO
Put the kibosh on NIX
Brunch beverages, informally OJ’S