NY Times Crossword 5 Dec 20, Saturday

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Clues Answers
Snack product once owned by General Mills SLIM JIM
Like many a yoga master LIMBER
Words from one preparing to knock back a few LINE ‘EM UP!
Just think of something IDEATE
FedEx Office alternative UPS STORE
Four of a kind, say TETRAD
The “Black Paintings” and others GOYAS
Temple offering: Abbr. DEG
Checkout choice DEBIT
Big biceps, slangily GUNS
Very fine example JEWEL
Spot for a slicer DELI
Without a script, briefly OTC
Get pooped TIRE OUT
Letters for a proof reader QED
Woman of the world? MOTHER NATURE
Cherished by DEAR TO
Things kept in bottles GENIES
Squiggly musical symbols QUARTER RESTS
Dr. Jekyll creator’s inits. RLS
Tenor part in Donizetti’s “Don Pasquale” ERNESTO
“There is no ___ higher than truth”: Gandhi GOD
Nickname for a man whose name means “merciful” CLEM
Ava DuVernay film subject SELMA
Beverage brand with a lizard logo SOBE
Stuff in a den, once OPIUM
Skater Babilonia TAI
One getting in on the hustle? DANCER
“That was nice!” I LIKED IT!
Choice word EITHER
Diabolical DEVILISH
“How can I say no?!” YES, LETS!


Clues Answers
Comics character with a pug nose SLUGGO
Golfer’s near miss LIP OUT
Together IN SYNC
Features of Hopi lands in Arizona MESAS
Dashes (off) JETS
Start of some thoughts shared on social media IMO
Informal name for Vespa mandarinia MURDER HORNET
Blasted LIT
Tagged, for short IDED
Handed (out) METED
Occasion for smoking BARBEQUE
Amazon and others ETAILERS
Reason not to go swimming in the ocean RED TIDE
Itsy-bitsy PEEWEE
Long-running fictional hero who made his debut in “Call for the Dead” GEORGE SMILEY
Heebie-jeebies JITTERS
Anti-insomnia drug LUNESTA
Dessert you might be “liable” to eat? TORTE
Relative of molto, in music TANTO
Calendar abbr. MAR
Quaint agreement ‘TIS
Slight headache, maybe DULL PAIN
Gradually become familiar with EASE INTO
Things scanned nowadays QR CODES
Put down again, as tiles RELAID
It’s a treat GOODIE
One found among the reeds OBOIST
Bathymetry measurements DEPTHS
Peachy SWELL
Cross MEET
Makes tracks, in a way SKIS
$200 Monopoly properties, for short RRS
“___ known rivers” (start of a Langston Hughes poem) I’VE