NY Times Crossword 29 Dec 21, Wednesday

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Clues Answers
Like court arguments ORAL
What travels on sound waves? BOAT
Heart’s home CHEST
Kind of bread PITA
Part of the foot ARCH
Saddlebacks, tumps, knolls and the like HILLS
Lettered awards show host? EMMY EMCEE (M-E-M-C)
“Not a problem” IT’S OK
Celebrity dog trainer Millan CESAR
Articles of exercise equipment YOGA MATS
Buster NARC
Bonobo, for one APE
It’s a little longer than a foot SHOE
Lettered adversary in a battle of wits? CAGEY ENEMY (K-G-N-M-E)
Bit of bar food WING
“You ready?” ALL SET?
Pulitzer winner Harper LEE
The end OMEGA
___-eared LOP
Retail figure SALES
Bega who sang “Mambo No. 5” LOU
Barack Obama’s “A Promised Land,” e.g. MEMOIR
Confirmation or quinceañera RITE
Lettered home on the range when no one’s home? EMPTY TEPEE (M-T-T-P)
Pickle MESS
___ milk OAT
Rigging support SPAR
Sure thing SLAM DUNK
Stereotypical lumberjack feature BEARD
Around, for a date CIRCA
Lettered school paper that’s a snap to write? EASY ESSAY (E-Z-S-A)
First-stringers A-TEAM
Ingredient in traditional medicine ALOE
Film shot TAKE
Prevails over BEATS
Ding-y thingy? TEXT
Hastened SPED


Clues Answers
International grp. founded in Baghdad in 1960 OPEC
Fog-induced frost RIME
NCR devices ATMS
Fail miserably, unless you’re a chicken LAY AN EGG
[Kapow!] [BAM!]
“The Lord of the Rings” brute ORC
___-deucy ACEY
Van Gogh’s art dealer brother THEO
1980s fad items advertised as “the gift that grows” CHIA PETS
Ice pack? HITMEN
Lohengrin’s love ELSA
Parking meter opening SLOT
Clicks that chide TSKS
Historically significant period ERA
Singer known as the “Prince of Motown” GAYE
Magnavox rival RCA
“You have my number!” CALL ME!
Muscled, slangily SWOLE
Shout-out from the stands HI, MOM!
A stroke ahead, in golf ONE UP
Thick, liquidy clump GLOOP
Notices ESPIES
Ewing matriarch on “Dallas” ELLIE
Pool competitions MEETS
Some R.S.V.P.s YESES
Leading star in Disney’s “Enchanted” AMY ADAMS
Where elbows may collide ARMRESTS
Ides of March reproach ET TU?
Agent, briefly REP
Garfield, for one TOMCAT
First prez to have a 60-Across ABE
Healing indicator SCAB
Low-calorie, in beer names LITE
Field of expertise AREA
Well-kept NEAT
Cabbage kin KALE
Acronym of urgency ASAP!
Leave no leaves, say RAKE
Like pink or purple hair DYED
Fenway squad, in brief SOX
“The best is ___ to come” YET