NY Times Crossword 13 Sep 20, Sunday

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Across

Clues Answers
Curse OATH
Unit of current AMP
Developer of 1982’s E.T., a video game so bad that hundreds of thousands of unsold cartridges were secretly buried in a New Mexico landfill ATARI
Stealing attempts on the diamond? HEISTS
Look extremely stylish, slangily SLAY
___ People’s Democratic Republic LAO
Classic actress Sophia LOREN
Lacking freshness OLD HAT
Always glad to be seated in the back of the boat? HAPPILY EVER AFT (from “happily ever after”)
Printed cotton fabric CALICO
Think of together ASSOCIATE
Perfectly placed “Batman” punch? ABSOLUTE POW (from “absolute power”)
Behind the line of scrimmage ONSIDE
Pried, with “in” NOSED
Look ahead PLAN
Unfilled spaces CAVITIES
Part of New York City’s Museum Mile, with “the” MET
Charlatans PHONIES
“Catch you later!” ADIOS!
Buddhist temple structure PAGODA
Penny going through the wash once again? RECYCLING CENT (from “recycling center”)
Subject of Walter Lord’s “A Night to Remember” TITANIC
Epson product INK
Facebook profile feature STATUS
Soup served at the church social? AMEN BROTH (from “Amen, brother”)
Persuade by force COERCE
Sheep’s kin GOATS
Commencement ONSET
Church officer ELDER
Grape-Nuts maker POST
Ark groupings TWOS
Feudal workers SERFS
In a lively manner GAILY
What a pointless meeting probably should have been handled by EMAIL
California in San Francisco, e.g. STREET
Afternoon gatherings of Mensa? BRAIN TEAS (from “brain teaser”)
Force at sea ARMADA
Monk’s title FRA
Withdrew REVOKED
Having no feeling in one’s texting hand? CELL PHONE NUMB (from “cell phone number”)
Assumed name ANONYM
One of the so-called “Three Crowns of Florence,” along with Petrarch and Boccaccio DANTE
Source of the idioms “fat of the land” and “fire and brimstone” GENESIS
As we speak NOW
Small anatomical opening, as in a bone FENESTRA
These can go for a lot of bucks DOES
Check for mistakes PROOF
Party tray meat SALAMI
Ad for heartburn medication? RELIEF PITCH (from “relief pitcher”)
Puts forward NOMINATES
State you’ll never get to UTOPIA
“Quit your snickering, Damon!”? NO LAUGHING, MATT (from “no laughing matter”)
Hitting the floppy disk icon, say SAVING
Islamic rulers EMIRS
Hill resident ANT
Soup pod OKRA
Dangerous fly TSETSE
Dividing membranes SEPTA
___ flour SOY
“No man hath ___ God ” SEEN

Down

Clues Answers
Labor-regulating org. OSHA
“Such a pity!” ALAS!
Bugs TAPS
Doc’s needle HYPO
Without reserve ALL IN
Yucatán natives MAYAS
Fancifully worded POETIC
Drink rarely drunk with a straw ALE
___ Bora, area of Afghanistan TORA
___ American Heritage Month (April) ARAB
Foul rulers REFS
Says without feeling INTONES
Start of a magician’s phrase HOCUS
Send over the moon ELATE
Waited at a red light, say IDLED
FedEx, maybe SHIP
Order by the border TACO
“Please ___ your tray tables” (plane request) STOW
World-renowned ICONIC
Sanskrit scripture VEDA
Part of many California place names LOS
Get out of Dodge, so to speak EVACUATE
Caustic compound PHENOL
Needing a passcode, maybe LOCKED
Even one ANY
Latin clarifier ID EST
Easy-to-bend metal TIN
Greek vowel IOTA
Lead-in to rail MONO-
Computer menu with Undo and Redo EDIT
Dash gauge TACH
Word with freeze or fixing … PRICE
Choice word ELSE
“Don’t just ___ there!” SIT
Digital passcodes PINS
Viewed optimistically AT BEST
___ snake GARTER
Japanese city where Lexus is headquartered NAGOYA
Classic muscle cars GTOS
Cards with the most pips TENS
Bread MOOLAH
Map section REGION
Irascible CRANKY
Some Hollywood up-and-comers STARLETS
Responded in court PLED
Cowardly sort WIMP
Turn down REFUSE
Units of distance in physics FERMIS
Sticks a fork in STABS
Piece of news ITEM
Drinks usually drunk with straws MALTS
Compos mentis SANE
Stark who was crowned king in the “Game of Thrones” finale BRAN
Eight-year member of Clinton’s cabinet RENO
State AVOW
Glance at, as headlines SCAN
Animal for which the Canary Islands are named DOG
Opposite of WSW ENE
-s or -ed ENDING
Modern prefix NEO-
Practices lexicography DEFINES
One vain about his looks FOP
“You ___?” RANG
Greetings to some mainlanders ALOHAS
Ground-dwelling songbird PIPIT
Bit attachments REINS
Old enough OF AGE
Kind of acid AMINO
Like most mouthwashes MINTY
Brownish shade RUST
Greek vowels ETAS
Classic pop art sculpture with a slanted “O” LOVE
“Personally ” TO ME
Cut out CLIP
Male deer HART
Singer/songwriter Lee AMOS
Appropriate TAKE
“Suis” is part of its conjugation ETRE
Comic book publisher Lee STAN
Where to find MA and PA USA