NY Times Crossword 27 Sep 19, Friday

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Across

Clues Answers
Southwest tribe or river ZUNI
Lay aside PUT BY
Beach pounder SURF
Longtime name in cosmetics AVON
Lay aside STORE
Neighbors of the Omaha OTOE
Bottled (up) PENT
Hand-held anxiety reliever STRESS BALL
One of seven of ancient Greece SAGE
Slice, e.g. TENNIS SHOT
Bouncer-turned-TV star MR T
Need for 7-Down RADAR
Tease GOOF ON
The world’s largest one is in Hubei, China DAM
Sport in a ring SUMO
Image on the back of a $50 bill US CAPITOL
Person put in a box JUROR
Certain Easter candy CHOCOLATE RABBIT
Sister of Jupiter CERES
Give a false impression of eco-friendliness GREENWASH
Johns across the pond IANS
Local fund-raising grp. PTA
Treating badly MEAN TO
Choose ELECT
Hip-hop’s ___ tha Kyd SYD
It gets the party started ICEBREAKER
Whimper MEWL
Rakes it in MAKES A MINT
Fruit with a cedilla in its name ACAI
Calculation that may involve pi AREA
Feel SENSE
It holds water PAIL
Cooper’s creation CASK
What the “E” of Euler’s formula V – E + F = 2 represents EDGES
“Sharknado” channel SYFY

Down

Clues Answers
Shocks ZAPS
Eye part UVEA
Traditional crop grown by a small farm, maybe NON-GMO CORN
Meets (with) INTERFACES
[Over here!] PSST!
Outright UTTER
Activity for a storm chaser TORNADO TRACKING
“Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree” singer BRENDA LEE
“Indeed” YES I AM
Doesn’t just whimper SOBS
Home of Bears Ears National Monument UTAH
Popular caramel candy ROLO
Fedora material FELT
Abbr. in an old atlas SSR
Traditional literary theme or motif TOPOS
Presenter at Milan Fashion Week GUCCI
___ Jackson, real name of Ice Cube O’SHEA
Zip NIL
They lead people underground SUBWAY MAPS
Challenge for a mayor URBAN DECAY
Like good cakes and bad cellars MOIST
Prefix with -pedic ORTHO-
Took turns tackling TAG-TEAMED
___ Addiction, alternative rock band that headlined the first Lollapalooza JANE’S
When most dreams occur REM
Satisfy PLEASE
Speech fillers ERS
Wound up TENSE
“Say hello to ___” (ad slogan of 1998) IMAC
Italian “dear” CARA
Scratches (out) EKES
Schnozz BEAK
UPS drivers’ assignments: Abbr. RTES
Little Orphan Annie, e.g. WAIF
___ pad LILY