NY Times Crossword 23 Jul 20, Thursday

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Across

Clues Answers
Major source of wheat SUN (Major source of heat)
Zipped SPED
Hindu avatar RAMA
Kaplan course subj. LSAT
Neighbor of Algeria MALI
Snubs, possibly OMITS
Swaying just before a disaster UH-OH (Saying just before a disaster)
Blarney Stone site ERIN
Wedgy TENSE (Edgy)
Part 1 of an instruction for solving this puzzle REMOVE THE
Mean CRUEL
Donna’s predecessor? PRIMA
Glamping option YURT
Bold alternative: Abbr. ITAL
Image on the Missouri state quarter ARCH
A jigger is bigger than this OUNCE
Some loud chewers OLES (Some loud cheers)
Limelight stealer HAM
Didn’t stay put ROAMED
The Cardinals, on scoreboards STL
Part 2 of the instruction … LETTER W
Many wages ERA (Many ages)
Sewer ORACLE (Seer)
TV’s “Science Guy” NYE
Tech info site C|NET
Heineken alternative BECK’S
Smoking hot Italian? ETNA
1982 film that takes place inside a computer TRON
Wrests SITS (Rests)
Cry in an opera house BRAVA
Labor day event BIRTH
End of the instruction … FROM CLUES
Minimalist SPARE
Fish frequently caught by newts TUNA (Fish frequently caught by nets)
Ending for patri- -OTIC
Leader typically appearing shirtless in “S.N.L.” parodies PUTIN
Colonnade trees ELMS
Hawn of the silver screen SOLO (Han of the silver screen)
Bustline muscles, informally PECS
Some winks DYES (Some inks)
Retired means of travel, for short SST

Down

Clues Answers
Result of loose lips? SLURP
Job that involves a lot of sweating USHER (Job that involves a lot of seating)
Judd of country music NAOMI
Hook associate SMEE
Handout on December 31 PARTY HAT
Peace Nobelist Root ELIHU
Dough used in a taqueria DINERO
Org. for some future lts. ROTC
AWOL part AMERICA (AOL part)
Colonial force MINUTEMEN
Own a boat, say AT SEA (On a boat, say)
Pewter accompanier in the Bible THOMAS (Peter accompanier in the Bible)
Wads are made to do this SELL (Ads are made to do this)
“Emeer” for “emir,” e.g.: Abbr. VAR
Castle feature TURRET
“Rosy” things CHEEKS
Present or a concise explanation of this puzzle’s theme NOW or NO W
“Special Agent ___” (Disney animated series) OSO
Copier tray abbr. LTR
Go on ELABORATE
High point: Abbr. MTN
Poet’s “before” ERE
“Can’t Help Lovin’ ___ Man” DAT
Cousin of “Inc.” LLC
“I need your full attention over here” EYES ON ME
Ending that’s in the middle? -CENTRIC
Santana of Santana CARLOS
Like flour for baking SIFTED
Original airer of “The Monkees” NBC
Shortening used in recipes? TBSP
Shrewd RIP UP (Shred)
In all honesty TRULY
Fiats, e.g. AUTOS
Bridal shop display VEILS
Berkshire racecourse ASCOT
Certain lawyers HENS (Certain layers)
It may be critical MASS