NY Times Crossword 15 May 22, Sunday

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Clues Answers
“Meet the ___” (baseball fight song) METS
Pertaining to any of five Italian popes SISTINE
Small rodent GERBIL (hiding “IL” for Illinois”)
To be, in France ETRE
___ Jay Hawkins, rock pioneer who wrote “I Put a Spell on You” SCREAMIN’
Hardly a team player? SOLOIST
Nickname for 114-Across coined by John Steinbeck THE MOTHER ROAD
Large rodents MARMOTS (hiding “MO” for Missouri)
Corpse ___ No. 2 (morning-after cocktail) REVIVER
German surname part VON
One of the Guccis PAOLO
At the top ELITE
Skip or drop OMIT
Down-to-earth FOLKSY (hiding “KS” for Kansas)
Cool HIP
Opposite of a breeze ORDEAL
Instruction for some Thanksgiving cooking BASTE
“Downton Abbey” countess CORA
Colorful natural attraction along 114-Across PAINTED DESERT
An awful state to live in SQUALOR
Twitch user, perhaps STREAMER
Spanish -ando or -iendo :: English : ___ : -ING
Attempt to grasp, as a complicated situation UNPACK
Car-pooling inits. HOV
Cuisine that includes gochujang paste KOREAN
“Go ahead and ask” OK, SHOOT (hiding “OK” for Oklahoma)
Pastis flavorer ANISE
Peridot, for one GEM
Smart, say HURT
Bad stat for a QB: Abbr. INT
Tall, curved attraction along 114-Across GATEWAY ARCH
Gear for gondoliers OARS
Trafficker trackers, for short DEA
Legend ICON
Animal in the genus Bos YAK
Following along IN TOW
Roux ingredient? SILENT X (hiding “TX” for Texas)
B3, nutritionally NIACIN
Beverage with a “New England” variety IPA
Gone to press? PUSHED
Booked it RAN
Phrase one might yell at the screen during a horror film DON’T DO IT!
What roots are, to powers INVERSE
Graffitied artistic attraction along 114-Across CADILLAC RANCH
Summers in la cité ETES
___ Austin, Biden’s secretary of defense LLOYD
Jazz bassist Carter, who has appeared on more than 2,200 recordings RON
Being treated, in a way ON MEDS (hiding “NM” for New Mexico)
A whole can of worms? BAIT
Mamas’ mamas NANAS
Bad review PAN
Component of lacquer thinner ACETONE
More far out CRAZIER (hiding “AZ” for Arizona)
Theme of this puzzle, which winds its way nearly 2,500 miles through all the shaded squares herein ROUTE SIXTY-SIX
Wishy-washy response DEPENDS
Captivate ENTHRALL
The Panthers of the N.C.A.A., familiarly PITT
Art in the Television Hall of Fame CARNEY (hiding “CA” for California)
Dislikes and then some DETESTS
Things sometimes named after presidents ERAS


Clues Answers
One of 50,460 in the Chunnel METRE
Actress Barrymore, great-aunt of Drew ETHEL
Famed fountain of Rome TREVI
Half step, in music SEMITONE
Character seen on a keyboard SCHROEDER
Bile IRE
Obsequious SERVILE
Sun deck? TAROT
“That’s my cue!” I’M ON!
Actress Long NIA
Component of a bridge truss END POST
Positive results of some strikes GOALS
TV 6-year-old who attends Little Dipper School ELROY
Lead-in to “com” ROM-
Bit of writing on Twitter or Tinder BIO
Natural conclusion? -IST
Some mil. officers LTS
Abbr. on many streets in Quebec STE
“Holy ___!” SMOKES
Not mainstream, for short ALT
Sierra ___ MADRE
1990s film with a famous wood chipper scene FARGO
Word with a wave in Oaxaca HOLA
Classic Camaro IROC
Grant ___, northeast terminus of 114-Across PARK
Kind of tape DEMO
$100 bill, slangily BEN
Underwriting? CAPTION
“What malarkey!” PSHAW!
Paid penance ATONED
Site of a U.C. in the O.C. IRVINE
Muscle-bone connector SINEW
Verb in Poe’s “The Raven” QUOTH
Trece menos doce UNO
Many a Hollywood worker AGENT
Brownish-yellow hue KHAKI
Big ___ SUR
Monogram in the 2016 presidential election HRC
Puts away STASHES
Suffragist and abolitionist Abby ___ Alcott MAY
Georgia, e.g. NATION
One of two circling the earth TROPIC
Decorates deceptively GILDS
High part of a deck ACE
Bon ___ (fashionable world) TON
One-named New Age musician YANNI
Mower’s trail SWATH
Means of electronic communication with restricted access INTRANET
Ending with cash or front -IER
Self images? X-RAYS
Stevenson of 1950s politics ADLAI
They may be ridden to victory COATTAILS
Some co. name endings INCS
Santa Monica ___, southwest terminus of 114-Across PIER
Golden rule preposition UNTO
Speed skater Kramer with nine Olympic medals SVEN
Stir in ADD
String or integer, in programming DATA TYPE
Brand with a bull in its logo ELMER’S
Critical warning CODE RED
Some scores in horseshoes LEANERS
“My Name Is Asher ___” LEV
Offer one’s two cents OPINE
Deprived NEEDY
You usually do this lying down by yourself BATHE
Naval “Negative” NO, SIR
Singer O’Day ANITA
Bad messages to send to the wrong person SEXTS
Tap-in, e.g. PUTT
140, in old Rome CXL
Covid Data Tracker org. CDC
New Deal power agcy. REA
Fools are often seen at its start: Abbr. APR
Peaceful, informally ZEN
Partner of only ONE
Posed for a portrait SAT