NY Times Crossword 22 Jul 20, Wednesday

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Clues Answers
Accumulated, with “up” PILED
Asked earnestly PLED
___ War (1899-1902) BOER
Muscat resident OMANI
Org. that supported the Lovings in Loving v. Virginia ACLU
Humerus attachment ULNA
Six-time All-Star for the Arizona Diamondbacks (2013-18) PAUL GOLDSCHMIDT (Au & gold)
“Shut UP!,” in a text OMG!
Java, for one: Abbr. ISL
Flummoxed AT A LOSS
Taraji P. ___, star of “Hidden Figures” HENSON
Word with twist or tongue -TIE
“Moonbeam,” for a flashlight, e.g. MILITARY JARGON (Ar & argon)
Compound containing an NH2 group, informally AMINO
Shirts and blouses TOPS
Yule quaff NOG
Some hosp. workers LPNS
Circe turned Odysseus’ men into these, in the “Odyssey” SWINE
“Little” fellow of old comics NEMO
Spike in movie rentals? LEE
Part of a wineglass STEM
Kingdom of horsemen in “The Lord of the Rings” ROHAN
“Are you as jazzed as I am?” ISN’T IT EXCITING (Sn & tin)
Alley ___ OOP
“Enough already!” STOP IT!
Class for baseball’s Albuquerque Isotopes TRIPLE-A
___ Records (British label) EMI
Univ. paper graders, maybe TAS
People are protected when they’re in it SAFE ENVIRONMENT (Fe & iron)
Aide: Abbr. ASST
Man of the cloth? DIOR
Rich dessert TORTE
Some sorority chapters RHOS
Yemen’s capital SANA


Clues Answers
Cops, in slang PO-PO
One leading the faithful in prayer IMAM
Some creases on the face LAUGH LINES
Photo blowup: Abbr. ENL
Start, as a meal DIG INTO
Ghostly shade PALLOR
Like some TV screens, for short LCD
Who sings “Let It Go” in “Frozen” ELSA
Aid in some makeshift repairs DUCT TAPE
Cause of a limp, maybe BUM LEG
Mixture OLIO
Some rushers, in football ENDS
“Dagnabbit!” RATS!
Greek peak southeast of Olympus OSSA
Bits of forensic evidence HAIRS
Start of a German count EINS
WSJ competitor NY TIMES
Shopping ___ MALL
Louvre Pyramid architect IM PEI
Rocker Bon Jovi JON
Bob Feller and Nolan Ryan each pitched 12 of these ONE-HITTERS
For whom “time and tide wait,” in a saying NO MAN
Pagoda instrument GONG
Per diem payments, e.g. STIPENDS
Like the monsoon season WET
“Me? Uh-uh!” NOT I!
Crept quietly STOLE
Castigate RIP INTO
Apartment restriction NO PETS
Onetime Nissan S.U.V. XTERRA
Spanish for “how” COMO
Ivan or Peter, e.g. TSAR
Overly hasty RASH
“Given that ” IF SO
Reebok competitor AVIA
Pay (up) ANTE
Leave in STET
B+, e.g. ION
Part of many a three-day weekend: Abbr. MON