NY Times Crossword 24 Jul 19, Wednesday

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Clues Answers
Big fuss ADO
Neither above nor below face value AT PAR
Allowed LEGAL
___ Bradlee, editor of The Washington Post during Watergate BEN
Actress Keaton DIANE
Dwelling ABODE
Like Stevie Wonder’s “Isn’t She Lovely” IN E
Like pond scum ALGAL
Mario’s world MONDO
Task for new parents of twins? TO NAME A COUPLE
Elevator innovator Elisha OTIS
___ tide NEAP
Like straight bourbon, for a minimum of two years AGED
“La Dolce Vita” director FELLINI
Dad on “Black-ish” DRE
“This texter thinks …” IMO …
Long-armed zoo animal, informally ORANG
Protection rackets? ALARMS
Task for a Thai chef cooking for typical Americans? TO PUT IT MILDLY
Like the most protective hazmat suits LEVEL-A
Las Vegas was built around one OASIS
What “bist” means in the 1930s hit “Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen” ARE
The “e” of i.e. EST
Words of referral SEE ALSO
Lean and tough WIRY
High, in Versailles HAUT
Getaway car cargo LOOT
Task for a Benedictine monk? TO SAY THE LEAST
Christensen of “Parenthood” ERIKA
Tank-topped, ponytailed “Futurama” character LEELA
Aid in counting to 20? TOE
Much ESPN programming GAMES
Maker of Glide floss ORAL-B
Parallel to the x-axis: Abbr. HOR
Some German autos OPELS
Coasters, e.g. RIDES
Non-majority? ENS


Clues Answers
Very little A BIT OF
Indicate DENOTE
How the 2010 and 2014 FIFA World Cup finals ended ONE-NIL
Not know from ___ ADAM
Roofing option TILE
Violin virtuoso Niccolò PAGANINI
Have ___ up one’s sleeve AN ACE
Circular arrow button in an address bar RELOAD
Common bedside item LAMP
Virus first discovered in 1976 EBOLA
Gillian Flynn thriller novel made into a hit 2014 film GONE GIRL
Interject ADD
Person born in late July LEO
Slanted ASLOPE
Heighten UPRAISE
Award for a soap, maybe EMMY
Afros, e.g. DOS
Cry with a fist pump I RULE!
“Sesame Street” baby Muppet NATASHA
Actress/comic Kemper ELLIE
Letters after “Yeah, yeah, little …,” in a 1964 hit GTO
Pitcher’s success? AD SALE
Actress Garr TERI
Reward for working late OVERTIME
It names names in a newspaper MASTHEAD
Part of LSAT LAW
Lord’s partner TAYLOR
“Already?” SO SOON?
Predators of crayfish OTTERS
Cosmopolitan’s opposite YOKEL
Gestation stations? UTERI
Some wisecracks SASS
Magazine with an “Ask E. Jean” column ELLE
Places for vials LABS
Latin “I” EGO
Knock at the door RAP