NY Times Crossword 3 Nov 20, Tuesday

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Across

Clues Answers
Australian avians EMUS
Absolutely delights SENDS
“I didn’t see you there!” OH, HEY!
___ it down a notch TONE
“Too rich for my blood!” I’M OUT!
Company with a spokeslizard GEICO
*Classic TV show starring a cowboy puppet HOWDY DOODY
Hazardous gas RADON
Country whose stamps use glue that’s certified kosher ISRAEL
Take over responsibilities from RELIEVE
Sailor’s song CHANTEY
Kind of card for a phone SIM
Harvard rival YALE
“How you doin’?” SUP?
Opus ___ DEI
Path between buildings PEDWAY
Doggedly pursued HOUNDED
Smooth-talking SUAVE
*Nursery rhyme character seen in Lewis Carroll’s “Through the Looking-Glass” HUMPTY DUMPTY
Proust title character SWANN
Ex-spousal support ALIMONY
Designer dog that crosses a Pomeranian and terrier PORKIE
Neutral shade TAN
Flavor-boosting additive, for short MSG
A little off AWRY
Opal or onyx GEM
“That’s what they tell me, anyway” SO I HEAR
Asinine IDIOTIC
Country between Venezuela and Suriname GUYANA
National mammal of the United States BISON
*Very convenient … or, when read in six parts, a hint to the answers to the starred clues HANDY-DANDY … or H AND Y, D AND Y
Decorate ADORN
Had dinner at home ATE IN
Sight on the back of a jeep TIRE
Some TVs and cameras SONYS
Sharply dressed NATTY
The apostrophe in :’-( TEAR

Down

Clues Answers
House ___ Committee ETHICS
Chinese stir-fry with pork, eggs and mushrooms MOO SHU
Open, as a gift UNWRAP
Four-door, maybe SEDAN
Approached furtively SIDLED UP
Rock subgenre EMO
Jordan’s Queen ___ NOOR
Fellas DUDES
Apple Pencil and Microsoft’s Surface Pen, for two STYLI
Fairy tale baddie OGRE
*Industrial-strength HEAVY-DUTY
Treehouse or blanket fort, perhaps HIDEAWAY
Umberto who wrote “Foucault’s Pendulum” ECO
Hither and ___ YON
So far YET
Mischief-maker IMP
Gossipy meddler YENTA
Washroom, in Worcester LAV
London ___ (tourist attraction) EYE
Pastoral poem IDYL
Place to get highlights ESPN
*Peachy-keen HUNKY-DORY
Prefix with potent OMNI-
Polish before publishing EDIT
Alexandre who wrote “The Count of Monte Cristo” DUMAS
Last name of two U.S. presidents HARRISON
Practice of males mating with one female, but not vice versa, as in bees and ants MONOGYNY
Health resort SPA
“Incredible!” WOW!
A braggart has a big one EGO
Scoundrel MEANIE
___ Oh, first Asian woman to host a major awards show SANDRA
Not as sunny GRAYER
Actor Hawke ETHAN
Mazda sports car MIATA
Alternative to the pill, briefly IUD
Marriott competitor HYATT
Road trip accommodations INNS
Site with tech tips C|NET
Undergrad degs. BAS
Wedding vow I DO
E, in Morse code DIT