NY Times Crossword 18 Sep 19, Wednesday

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Across

Clues Answers
“Bor-r-ring” HO-HUM
Part of a parade FLOAT
Stir-fry pan WOK
Time’s Person of the Year for 2008 and 2012 OBAMA
Lofty abode AERIE
Reverence AWE
Stable base for a drilling rig OIL PLATFORM
Deuce, in tennis TIE
___ Leppard DEF
Exam with a max. score of 180 LSAT
Part of the lymphatic system SPLEEN
Muffler attachment TAILPIPE
See-through SHEER
Forerunners of cellphones PAGERS
Feisty SPIRITED
Tony, e.g. AWARD
Spanish ___ (historic site in Rome) STEPS
“Bravo!” OLE!
Launch party? NASA
Dark-tongued Chinese dogs CHOWS
Bed smaller than a queen TWIN
Slam DIS
Poles, e.g. SLAVS
Prominent cockatoo feature CREST
“A little thing that makes a big difference,” per a popular saying ATTITUDE
Props (up) SHORES
“The Sheik of ___” (1920s song) ARABY
Weapon in Clue LEAD PIPE
Late bloomers ASTERS
Comes down with GETS
Bankroll WAD
Universal life force CHI
How a perfect pitch comes … or a hint to the missing parts of the shaded answers DOWN THE PIPE
Overly TOO
Loathing ODIUM
Wash off RINSE
Ares, to Zeus SON
Rector’s residence MANSE
Feast without yeast SEDER

Down

Clues Answers
Cobra feature HOOD
Tony’s counterpart OBIE
Feature of a skate park HALFPIPE
Ballpark figure UMP
Green-headed duck MALLARD
Like some errors and attractions FATAL
Split LEFT
Treasure on the Spanish Main ORO
Blimps and zeppelins AIRSHIPS
Tones down TEMPERS
Tall landmark in many a town WATER TOWER
Boo-boo OWIE
Eager KEEN
Garage sale caveat AS IS
Welcoming wreath LEI
Prefix with watt TERA-
Gushes SPEWS
Symbol of China PANDA
Be in store for AWAIT
Business often combined with a minimart GAS STATION
Hat worn by Abraham Lincoln STOVEPIPE
Dedicatee of a Beethoven bagatelle ELISE
Dings DENTS
Of questionable repute SHADY
Popular mixer CLUB SODA
Trampled TROD
“American Idol” quest STARDOM
They may follow shots CHASERS
Boiling blood IRE
Meyers of late-night TV SETH
“I can take it from here” LET ME
Stops procrastinating ACTS
“Get outta here!” SHOO!
Serengeti herd GNUS
Trachea WINDPIPE
Vaulted recess APSE
Certain animals playing in “Home on the Range” DEER
Have the best time, say WIN
Kind of filling PIE