NY Times Crossword 26 Oct 19, Saturday

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Across

Clues Answers
Symbol of Halloween BLACK CAT
10/10, say DATE
Imitative practice ME-TOOISM
Chewed up, as a sweater MOTHY
Justifies WARRANTS
Propagandist’s technique BIG LIE
Alternative to a die SPINNER
Sharply sarcastic MORDANT
Try to get money from, maybe SUE
Girlfriend on “Orange Is the New Black” ALEX
“I’ve got this!” ON ME!
Competitive problem solver MATHLETE
2012 Grammy-winning rap hit that samples “Try a Little Tenderness” OTIS
Hot spots? LEOPARD PRINT
Brunch beverages, for short OJS
Standing order ALL RISE
Peter, Paul and Mary: Abbr. STS
Street entertainers with boomboxes BREAKDANCERS
Zoo exhibit APES
Ballroom alternatives to the foxtrot ONE-STEPS
Yoga class sights MATS
“___ funny!” VERY
Na+ or Cl-, in NaCl ION
Loyal friend to Aeneas ACHATES
Vessel at a Japanese restaurant SAKE CUP
Key with one sharp E-MINOR
Message typically associated with the color pink IT’S A GIRL
Long and lean RANGY
Not worry BE AT EASE
___ ou Démon (Givenchy perfume) ANGE
Drove IMPELLED

Down

Clues Answers
Some expensive imports BMWS
Huge progress, metaphorically LEAPS
Open chamber ATRIUM
Like some eye surgery CORNEAL
Riddle in Zen Buddhism KOAN
Cannes festival focus CINE
Spiritual realms in religious cosmology ASTRAL PLANES
Symbols next to logos: Abbr. TMS
Barker’s entrance? DOG DOOR
Shuttle that docked with 14-Down ATLANTIS
Snack that, despite its name, doesn’t help with weight loss THIN MINT
They require you to read the fine print EYE TESTS
See 10-Down MIR
Music store purchase for an avid fan BOXED SET
Many of the world’s rulers use it METRIC SYSTEM
Tutee or trainee LEARNER
Salad bowl wood TEAK
Relic HOLDOVER
Champagne pop PERE
Biden time? OBAMA ERA
Arcade game spinoff of 1983 JR PAC-MAN
Really angry SEETHING
Author of the 2012 book “Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet” ASSANGE
Big name in mail-order catalogs SPIEGEL
Word with justice or grace SOCIAL
One who might give you a shot NURSE
Miniature TOY
“Now!” ASAP!
Mother of the royals George, Charlotte and Louis KATE
Stated one’s case PLED
There: Lat. IBI