NY Times Crossword 28 Apr 21, Wednesday

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Across

Clues Answers
Lead-in to love or care SELF-
Begins to wake STIRS
Part of a frame JAMB
Cowboy boot feature SPUR
“Pagliacci” baritone TONIO
“Vesti la giubba,” in “Pagliacci” ARIA
Number that, in Chinese languages, is a homophone for “longevity,” and is thus considered good luck NINE
Man with morals AESOP
Something you might do “over backward” BEND
Poem subtitled “A Ballad of the Republic Sung in the Year 1888” CASEY AT THE BAT
Discard CAST ASIDE
Hidalgo honorific SENORA
One greeting others with the shaka sign SURFER
Day-___ paint GLO
Family room fixture TV SET
1950s White House nickname IKE
Accessory for Wonder Woman TIARA
Greeting in Portuguese OLA
___ pants HAREM
Some winter travelers to the U.S. CANADA GEESE
Restaurant request CHECK PLEASE
“The Louisville Lip” ALI
___ culpa MEA
Goof ERR
Hokkaido honorific SAN
Spokes, say RADII
___-Coeur (Paris basilica) SACRE
Easy-to-resolve situation … or a hint to the progression found in 20-, 23-, 43-, 46- and 58-Across OPEN-AND-SHUT CASE
Fix MEND
Sign of spring ARIES
Player that debuted in 2001 IPOD
Chaka Khan, vocally ALTO
David of the Talking Heads BYRNE
Refuse DENY

Down

Clues Answers
I.R.S. ID SSN
The “Mahabharata” or the “Ramayana” EPIC
Moon goddess LUNA
Certain Michelangelo work FRESCO
Patronizes, as a hotel STAYS AT
Ready-___ (convenient food option) TO-EAT
Where Ariana Grande has 230+ million followers, informally INSTA
Hoots RIOTS
Specious reasoner SOPHIST
Talk nonsense JABBER
Floor plan info AREA
Ideal condition for collectibles MINT
“___ dog!” BAD
Pencil holder, at times EAR
End of a professor’s address EDU
___ Pepper SGT
“The Book of ___” (2010 film) ELI
Done intentionally NO ACCIDENT
Where the “balcony scene” takes place in “West Side Story” FIRE ESCAPE
Scratch (out) EKE
“Out of Time” band REM
The spirit of Russia? VODKA
Haphazardly assemble, with “together” SLAP …
Two concentric circles, on a golf scorecard EAGLE
Fan noise RAH!
Target for iron supplements ANEMIA
Inspiration for Citizen Kane HEARST
___-backwards ASS
Crackerjack ACE
Always, to poets E’ER
Something you might pick up at a bakery AROMA
Place for a pin LAPEL
Basis of some insurance fraud ARSON
High-maintenance, in a way NEEDY
___-European languages INDO
What’s anything but basic? ACID
Catch NAB
Like some wine and humor DRY
“Aaron Burr, ___” (“Hamilton” song) SIR
Female lobster HEN
Manipulate USE