NY Times Crossword 31 Mar 20, Tuesday

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Clues Answers
Group consisting of Agnetha, Benny, Björn and Anni-Frid ABBA
Four-year degs. BAS
Muddle through MAKE DO
Dreary DRAB
Home of the statue Christ the Redeemer, familiarly RIO
Frisbee sport DISC GOLF (giving “golf clap”)
Earned in the end NETTED
Swing wildly back and forth SEESAW
Sounds in a dentist’s office AHS
Tune also known as “Butterfield’s Lullaby” TAPS
Card game akin to crazy eights UNO
Word after head, heart or belly … ACHE
Name of a celebrated 1970s concert tour with Bob Dylan ROLLING THUNDER (giving “thunderclap”)
Foretell BODE
French fashion magazine since 1945 ELLE
Animal whose full name means “nose horn” RHINO
Where the four most widely practiced religions all originated ASIA
“Me too” SO AM I
Means justifiers, perhaps ENDS
Has trouble with S’s LISPS
Algerian port ORAN
Problems that a group project might face EGOS
“We shouldn’t rush this” LET’S TAKE IT SLOW (giving “slow clap”)
Relieve EASE
Rapper ___ Uzi Vert LIL
Common chip dip, slangily GUAC
$$$ for old age IRA
Tiki bar cocktail MAI TAI
Respond quickly and sharply to criticism or a hint to 17-, 28- and 46-Across CLAP BACK
Like the middle band of the flag of México BLANCA
Point DOT
Sugary frozen beverage ICEE
Blue period? SAD DAY
Signal to go onstage CUE
Coke or 7Up SODA


Clues Answers
Enhances, with “to” ADDS
Cheese with a white rind BRIE
Core political supporters BASE
They can be sung to the tune of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” ABCS
Some future Girl Scouts BROWNIES
Not feel well AIL
Seating for two or more SOFA
Good-hearted sort MENSCH
Item in a box marked “In case of fire ” AXE
Short stiletto shoe KITTEN HEEL
Grammy-winning James ETTA
Profound DEEP
3:1 or 4:1, e.g. ODDS
Ancient France GAUL
Poison-pen letters HATE MAIL
Rubbernecker, e.g. ONLOOKER
“Ben-___” HUR
___ the Riveter (W.W. II figure) ROSIE
Keats or Pindar ODIST
Tiny change to a master clock LEAP SECOND
Give someone the stink eye, e.g. GLARE
Wild Australian dog DINGO
Provide, as with a scholarship ENDOW
One of the friends on “Friends” ROSS
Sports item absent from wrestling and track BALL
Highly personal INTIMATE
Depot: Abbr. STA
“My opinion has always been ” AS I SAY
Bit of Three Stooges comedy SLAP
Chatters GABS
Bruins’ sch. UCLA
Slightly A TAD
Electrically flexible AC/DC
Long-billed wading bird IBIS
___ Bell TACO
Got 100% on ACED
Home furnishings store with a three-syllable name IKEA
___ Records RCA
Singer Reed LOU