NY Times Crossword 25 Feb 20, Tuesday

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Clues Answers
Polio vaccine developer Salk JONAS
The “S” of S.U.V. SPORT
Glasgow gal LASS
Get in touch with REACH
Mistake ERROR
From the start ANEW
Connected set of rooms in a hotel SUITE
Frank ___, Al Capone henchman NITTI
“Veni, ___, vici” VIDI
International competition for countries that boycotted the 1984 Summer Olympics [Texas] FRIENDSHIP GAMES
“Quite true” IT IS SO
Edmonton’s hockey team OILERS
Theme of “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “Do the Right Thing” RACISM
Jazzy Fitzgerald ELLA
Sphere ORB
45 1/2-carat gem at the National Museum of Natural History [Rhode Island] HOPE DIAMOND
Time in Boston when it’s midnight in Austin ONE AM
Impose, as a tax LEVY
Shopping binge SPREE
QB’s downfield throw [Wisconsin] FORWARD PASS
Michael of “S.N.L.” CHE
___-Ball (carnival attraction) SKEE
Corsage flower ORCHID
Growth on a tree LICHEN
Place for tugboats HARBOR
Companies that have big market shares [Utah] INDUSTRY LEADERS
Drug cop NARC
Helped out AIDED
Preliminary races HEATS
Furry critter in “Return of the Jedi” EWOK
Vehicle with 18 tyres, maybe LORRY
Sleep problem APNEA
Pols with a donkey party logo DEMS
With 70-Across, what the first word of each long Across answer is vis-à-vis the bracketed place in its clue STATE
See 69-Across … MOTTO


Clues Answers
Upper-class members: Abbr. JRS
“Why do the French have only one egg for breakfast? Because one egg is an ___” (old joke) OEUF
Brand to use “if you dare wear short shorts” NAIR
When Hamlet gives his “To be, or not to be” soliloquy ACT III
500 things in a ream SHEETS
Transmits SENDS
Strait-laced person PRISS
Big name in lawn care ORTHO
Indian flatbread ROTI
North African city in the lyrics to the “Marines’ Hymn” TRIPOLI
Blobby light popular in the 1960s-’70s LAVA LAMP
Japanese cartoon style ANIME
Meal with the Four Questions SEDER
___ Army knife SWISS
“Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of ___” (Robert C. O’Brien children’s book) NIMH
Large lizards of the Southwest GILAS
Upper part of the mouth ROOF
Florence’s river ARNO
Person who might say “10-4, good buddy” CB’ER
“Grand” brand of ice cream EDY’S
Ye ___ Shoppe OLDE
Liveliness PEP
Longoria of “Desperate Housewives” EVA
Theater sect. near the stage ORCH
Fruity soda brand NEHI
Homeowner’s document DEED
Phrase akin to “Darn it all!” AW SHUCKS!
Manufactures MAKES
Cars for vacationers RENTALS
Japanese noodles SOBA
Hillary ___ Clinton RODHAM
Sleazeball CREEPO
Queued (up) LINED
Really impressed IN AWE
PC spinner CD-ROM
Freshwater polyp HYDRA
Paying attention ALERT
Change from artificial blond back to brunet, say REDYE
Prison uprising RIOT
Rave’s partner RANT
“Leave as is,” to a proofreader STET
___ Paulo, Brazil SAO