NY Times Crossword 28 Jan 20, Tuesday

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Clues Answers
Sigh of satisfaction AHH!
Longtime SeaWorld attraction SHAMU
University of Florida athlete GATOR
Less than forthcoming COY
Yakked and yakked RAN ON
Get hitched hastily ELOPE
“The wart stops here” sloganeer COMPOUND W
Suit coat feature LAPEL
“Cimarron” novelist Ferber EDNA
Impolite looks LEERS
Leonardo da Vinci’s “___ Lisa” MONA
Zoom up SOAR
Civil rights activist with a Harlem thoroughfare named after him MALCOLM X
Disposable drink receptacle popular at parties SOLO CUP
Mine cart contents ORE
Cutting-edge technology? LASER
Masters of meditation YOGIS
So-called “millennials” GENERATION Y
White-feathered wader EGRET
Squander WASTE
New Deal inits. NRA
Dungeons & Dragons monster ORC
Copycat’s drink order THE SAME
Keyboard shortcut for “undo,” on a PC CONTROL+Z
Ireland, to an Irish poet ERIN
Stow, as cargo LADE
Birds’ bills BEAKS
It begins on Ash Wednesday LENT
7’1″ Shaquille O’NEAL
March Madness quartet or, collectively, the second parts of 17-, 25-, 37- and 51-Across? FINAL FOUR
Creator of Yertle the Turtle SEUSS
Treasure cache TROVE
General at Gettysburg LEE
Made a mistake ERRED
Health teacher’s subject, informally SEX-ED
Consumed ATE


Clues Answers
What a keycard provides ACCESS
Book with psalms HYMNAL
Sign indicating a sold-out performance SRO
Transport by truck HAUL
Actress Hathaway ANNE
Internet connection device MODEM
Do a Christmas morning activity UNWRAP
Solidify GEL
San Antonio mission ALAMO
Branch of mathematics concerned with Möbius strips and Klein bottles TOPOLOGY
Body scan for a claustrophobe OPEN MRI
Takes a breather RELAXES
One with a shortened sentence PAROLEE
Camera type, in brief SLR
State animal of South Dakota COYOTE
Synagogue singer CANTOR
Function USE
___ capita PER
Like most vegetables at a salad bar RAW
Personal identity ONESELF
Parlor ink, for short TAT
Suffix meaning “approximately” -ISH
Fence off ENCLOSE
Awful pun GROANER
Stick up ROB
Chin dimples CLEFTS
Colored part of the iris AREOLA
Ballroom dance that originated in France MINUET
Menu selection ENTREE
Poke fun at TEASE
Kinshasa’s country, formerly ZAIRE
Fort ___ (gold depository) KNOX
Put money in the bank SAVE
You’ll trip if you drop it LSD
Took the reins LED