NY Times Crossword 18 Aug 21, Wednesday

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Across

Clues Answers
“Delish!” YUM YUM!
“___ Sexy” (1991 dance hit) I’M TOO
Single at a bar, perhaps TIP
Brown powder COCOA
Brown powder CAROB
Costa ___ RICA
Popular pops COKES
Point a finger at BLAME
Fan fave IDOL
Kennel sound ARF!
Southern newspaper that William Faulkner once contributed to, with “The” … TIMES-PICAYUNE
Prefix with beat or futurism AFRO-
Toy dog from Tibet LHASA APSO
Sport with Native American origins LACROSSE
Melodramatist HAM
Kind of saxophone ALTO
Rapper for whom Harvard’s Hip-Hop Fellowship is named NAS
Get cozy NESTLE
Cultivars known for their yellow flesh YUKON GOLD POTATOES
“Excuse me” PARDON
Do some patching, say SEW
Book after Joel AMOS
Compadre PAL
Quantity that’s tied to one’s carbon footprint ENERGY USE
Second way of viewing things, figuratively OTHER HAND
Appear SEEM
What a solver might growl after catching on to this puzzle’s theme? WHY, YOU LITTLE …
Genre for the Mighty Mighty Bosstones SKA
Mine find LODE
Mother-of-pearl NACRE
Motorola smartphone DROID
Flubs it ERRS
Not using profanity, as a comedian CLEAN
“___ is easily deceived, because it is quick to hope”: Aristotle YOUTH
Central concept of philosopher Zhuangzi’s teachings TAO
Repeatedly comments (on) HARPS
The first one in The New York Times appeared in 1970 OP-ED

Down

Clues Answers
Southwest desert plant YUCCA
Dock MOOR
Metric of grossness YUCK FACTOR
Classic comedy figure who sported a bowl cut MOE
Certain warhead transport, in brief ICBM
Phoenix and Washington, e.g. MALE LEADS
Low culture, disparagingly TRASH
Brass band sound OOMPAH!
Showily deferential OBEISANT
Neaten TIDY UP
Clickable things ICONS
Prefix with -lithic PALEO-
Lone Star State athlete ASTRO
Certifier of music sales, for short RIAA
Apple devices run on it IOS
“Along ___ spider …” CAME A
Palm part FROND
Easy two-pointer LAY-UP
___-Seltzer ALKA
Not Ready for Prime Time Players show, for short SNL
Where a zipper gets caught? SPEED TRAP
Put on STAGE
Popular hot-and-sour Thai dish TOM YUM SOUP
Some summer babies LEOS
To be: Lat. ESSE
Headgear for many an extreme athlete GOPRO
Using intuition ON A HUNCH
Have OWN
Syllables said with fingers in one’s ears LA LA LA …!
Night sch. class ESL
Thin, as a voice REEDY
Small screech, for example OWLET
Actress Birch THORA
Green power option, informally HYDRO
A scallop has up to 200 of these EYES
Not so cold NICER
Second place at a math competition? TENS
Symbol of highness KITE
Focus problem, for short ADHD
Joey of children’s fiction ROO