NY Times Crossword 25 Jul 20, Saturday

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Clues Answers
Retailer that hired its first openly transgender model in 2019 VICTORIA’S SECRET
Props at the Oscars SEALED ENVELOPES
Nose-dive TANK
Top of a face XII
“You can’t make me!,” e.g. SASS
Certain Indian wedding garb SARI
Puff, perhaps TOKE
Image on the back of a $50 bill CAPITOL
Boundaryless UNEDGED
Kind of shoe that shouldn’t be worn in a factory OPEN-TOE
___ Mountains, range in Russia and Mongolia ALTAI
Certain upholstery fabric TOILE
Simple cable binder TIE WRAP
Was on eggshells? BROODED
Cry upon spotting a new package delivery IT’S HERE!
Pigs, jocularly OINKERS
One of many writings by Theocritus IDYL
Artist once called “The President Maker” NAST
Parent company of Zipcar AVIS
Computer addresses, for short IPS
Bounce off the walls ECHO
Like opportunities that might be hard to decline ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME
Know for the future LEARN ONE’S LESSON


Clues Answers
Oceanic VAST
Intestinal neighbors of jejuna and ceca ILEA
What a coat of arms might represent CLAN
Doesn’t project one’s voice, say TALKS IN A WHISPER
It’s a big whoop OLE!
Bit of lakeside equipment ROD
Like the Dalai Lama since 1959 IN EXILE
Hindu god of fire AGNI
One of the Fourteen Holy Helpers in Roman Catholicism ST VITUS
Pronoun with a slash in it S/HE
Main ingredient in unadon EEL
Things for which you must memorize information CLOSED-BOOK TESTS
“Live With Kelly and Ryan” co-host RIPA
Spanish letters with (or without) tildes ENES
Julia Roberts’s character in the “Ocean’s” films TESS
Opposite of naked ATTIRED
Down Under critter ROO
Whole ONE
Hollywood’s Diane, Buster and Michael KEATONS
Animal with a long snout and striped tail COATI
H.S. English course, for short AP LIT
For whose sake? PETE’S
Smooth move GLIDE
Introducer of the math symbol “e” EULER
Exploits DEEDS
Ending with legend or second -ARY
Prominent feature of Louisiana’s state flag PELICAN
Some small Asian exports BONSAIS
Coastal waterway RIA
Completely missing, informally AWOL
Tree hugger, as it were VINE
Speakers of Quechua INCA
Three-time World Cup champion PELE
Part of who you are? HOMO
Good name for a debtor? OWEN
The “L” in the Broadway monogram “L.M.M.” LIN
Spanish 101 word with a tilde ANO
Its members have plenty of down time: Abbr. NFL
Ruby ___ DEE