NY Times Crossword 2 Jan 22, Sunday

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Clues Answers
Game option represented by a flat palm PAPER
Singer with the 2016 #1 album “A Seat at the Table” SOLANGE
Disney queen ELSA
Not clash AGREE
Front lines? FOREWORD
Said without saying GOT AT
CERISE + LAVENDER = certain baby animals REINDEER CALVES
God sometimes depicted with green skin OSIRIS
State in which “Parks & Recreation” is set: Abbr. IND
Pull some strings, maybe? TUNE
Clinches ICES
Chip away at ERODE
Employee on an airline or cruise ship STEWARD
CORAL + GOLD = pet store purchase DOG COLLAR
Veto NIX
___ stick POGO
Quarterback who holds the N.F.L. record for most consecutive games started (297) FAVRE
“You’re on!” IT’S A BET!
Train set CARS
Tailor, maybe ALTER
One-named singer with the album “Lovers Rock” SADE
Lipstick choice NUDE
AMBER + GREEN = imported brew GERMAN BEER
Final Fantasy character who shares his name with a U.S. city RENO
Sashay, say STRUT
___ B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting IDA
A bunch LOADS
PEAR + CRIMSON = fighting group MARINE CORPS
Bottle flipping in the mid-2010s, e.g. FAD
Hospital settings, briefly ERS
Poster board? FORUM
Max’s opposite MIN
Bo or bonsai TREE
[“You’re still talking?”] [YAWN]
Subj. of some collegiate bragging GPA
Actor Gallagher AIDAN
Go astray ERR
“Herc could stop a show / Point him at a monster and you’re talking ___” (lyric in Disney’s “Hercules”) SRO
RUST + SCARLET = celestial group STAR CLUSTER
Daughter in the comic strip “FoxTrot” PAIGE
Cha chaan teng serving TEA
Plot problems HOLES
Dis-tressed BALD
CREAM + PEACH = nonviolent protest PEACE MARCH
Plantings lining the Literary Walk in Central Park ELMS
Skier’s accessory POLE
Many an art print, briefly LITHO
“No injuries here” I’M OK
2019 space film AD ASTRA
B’s in math? BETAS
Devotee, informally STAN
A ways FAR
TEAL + OCHER = breakfast option HOT CEREAL
Absolves LETS OFF
Fisher of 2018’s “Eighth Grade” ELSIE
One towering over the rest of the field? SILO
Actress Rooney MARA
___ Giedroyc, co-host of “The Great British Bake Off” MEL
Nappy U.K. :: ___ : U.S. : DIAPER
African antelope ELAND
Frenzied IN A PANIC
Goddess who turned Picus into a woodpecker CIRCE
Throws in ADDS
Unbelievable rumors CANARDS
Takes the edge off EASES


Clues Answers
2024 Olympics host PARIS
Deal maker AGENT
Christopher Street Day celebration PRIDE PARADE
Still, for a poet E’EN
Outlet store come-on RED TAG SALE
Miffed SORE
Fantasy creature whose name is an anagram of another fantasy creature ORC
Rural setting LEA
What’s the point of leatherwork? AWL
Newcomer NOVICE
Artist El ___ GRECO
“The motor industry’s Titanic,” per a 1994 book EDSEL
Nwodim of “S.N.L.” EGO
Ne’er-do-wells LOSERS
Keep from sticking, say STIR
“Wait for It” singer in “Hamilton” AARON BURR
Stave (off) FEND
Got ready for guests, in a way TIDIED UP
Prefix with centric or vision EURO-
Volleyball teams, e.g. SEXTETS
Lost traction while driving over SLID ON
Sinuous dance that emulates a creature WORM
3/4 and 7/8, e.g. DATES
Hound sound GRR!
Homophone of the sum of this clue number’s digits ATE
Took off FLED
Who says “That I did love thee, Caesar, O, ’tis true” ANTONY
Wood in some incense CEDAR
Bring down ABASE
Truth ___ SERUM
“Jung at heart” persona? ANIMA
Talent GIFT
Par for the course NORMAL
___ to go RARIN’
Chemistry, for one: Abbr. SCI
Grinding tooth MOLAR
Come out EMERGE
High on marijuana, in slang FADED
Way to go EGRESS
Twangy, as a singer NASAL
“Us,” “It” or “Her” TITLE
Progressive alternative GEICO
Ones doing stellar work ASTRONOMERS
One arranging for flood insurance? NOAH
Parts of many gaming rigs PCS
Payment sent REMITTANCE
In a bundle, as documents SHEAFED
Wasn’t straight TOLD A LIE
Culinary phrase after “pollo” or “scaloppine” AL MARSALA
Vessels hunted by K-ships U-BOATS
Element in many henna designs PETAL
“I’m in heaven!” sounds AAHS
Doner kebab bread PITA
Latin 101 word AMAS
Film director ___ Isaac Chung LEE
“That’s it” THE END
Heavy footwear choice BROGAN
Evening in Italy SERA
Car model name made entirely of Roman numerals CIVIC
Novelist Ferrante ELENA
Of the flock LAIC
Cross swords FENCE
Sooty channels FLUES
Modern checkout device IPAD
Diagnostic scans, for short MRIS
Map lines: Abbr. RDS
Clean energy grp. EPA
Stuff in cigarettes, but not e-cigarettes TAR
“… is there more?” … AND?
Rapper known offstage as Mathangi Arulpragasam MIA