NY Times Crossword 22 Jun 19, Saturday

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Clues Answers
Impromptu places to conk out for the night CRASHPADS
Prime spot for a tat PEC
Archenemy of the Fantastic Four DOCTOR DOOM
Home to Matisse, Mondrian and Monet, informally MOMA
Addendum to a common pentad SOMETIMES Y
Sierra Nevadas, e.g. ALES
Finally chooses SETTLES ON
Media big Zuckerman MORT
Either constituent of table salt ION
One of the Three Musketeers ARAMIS
Ceases production WRAPS
Enjoys oneself immensely HAS A BALL
Spike Lee’s “___ Gotta Have It” SHE’S
With 53-Across, one whom you might blame for something bad that you did EVIL …
Brand owned by Kraft Foods JELL-O
What 100-proof alcohol has KICK
Island in NW Greece CORFU
Touched the ground ALIT
Paris is found in it ILIAD
Fires (up) REVS
Handles with care? PET NAMES
Perform a Thanksgiving cooking task BASTE
“Thumbs down from me” I SAY NO
Grp. that Ronald Reagan once supported SAG
Grp. that Ronald Reagan once supported NATO
Congressman who served the most consecutive years as speaker of the House (1977-87) TIP O’NEILL
See 29-Across … TWIN
Radio sign-off OVER AND OUT
Go on and on about something RAVE
Seatbelts, e.g. RESTRAINTS
“Listen!”: Sp. OYE!
Sabermetrics whiz, e.g. STATS GEEK


Clues Answers
Stack at a music store CDS
They’re all over Down Under, informally ROOS
Leave in STET
Tout’s offering HOT TIP
Brand that treats acid reflux PRILOSEC
They might work on something for 60 seconds ADMEN
Pulls off DOES
Object seen in the Ralph Lauren logo POLO MALLET
Old Food Network show with the catchword “Bam!” EMERIL LIVE
Practices cleromancy CASTS LOTS
Natural mimics MYNAS
Cubs’ supporters MAMA BEARS
Rule that Gandhi opposed RAJ
Passes idly WHILES AWAY
Operatic song-speech RECITATIVE
“Come on! It’s common knowledge!” ASK ANYONE!
Crystal clear, as an image HI-RES
Letter before Lima and after Foxtrot when spelling 27-Down ALFA
Clickable message at the start of an online TV show SKIP INTRO
Democracy in action VOTE
Graffiti and such URBAN ART
Sci-fi author Simmons with the 1989 Hugo-winning novel “Hyperion” DAN
___ skill MOTOR
Old boosted rocket stages AGENAS
“Central Park in the Dark” composer IVES
Little noodge PEST
“Gotcha” I DIG
Unaccompanied LONE
Caravaggio’s “The ___ Player” LUTE
Oral admonishment TSK