NY Times Crossword 7 Apr 20, Tuesday

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Across

Clues Answers
Measure of time or airplane wings SPAN
Makeup of the first house in “The Three Little Pigs” STRAW
A tall one is exaggerated TALE
Fabled race loser HARE
Boxer Ali LAILA
Big name in skin care OLAY
Taiwanese PC maker ACER
Fred’s neckwear on “Scooby-Doo” ASCOT
Time long past YORE
Dreaming state HEAD IN THE CLOUDS
Lavish celebration FETE
Like the summer sun HOT
Knights’ mounts STEEDS
Big name in smoothies and juices ODWALLA
Beats again and again, in slang OWNS
“Tippy” craft CANOE
Relative of a paddle OAR
Practical state FEET ON THE GROUND
Sleeve’s contents ARM
Takeaway of a fable MORAL
Coif that might use pins and spray UPDO
Classic catalog for air passengers SKYMALL
Symbol of sudden, brilliant success METEOR
It ends with diciembre ANO
Dalai ___ LAMA
Crass state MIND IN THE GUTTER
Like dissertation defenses ORAL
In adulthood GROWN
Early stop for presidential candidates IOWA
Indian flatbread ROTI
Like unexplained house creaks, say EERIE
Big name in bubbly MOET
Door handle KNOB
Televised comedy event ROAST
Otherwise ELSE

Down

Clues Answers
Ousted Iranian leader SHAH
Duel unit PACE
Researcher’s specialty AREA
Comic con, e.g., stereotypically NERDFEST
Viewpoints SLANTS
Refinement TASTE
Like Mr. Moneybags RICH
Plant that yields a salve ALOE
OSHA or the F.C.C. WATCHDOG
“Let’s Go Places” sloganeer TOYOTA
Felipe or Moises of major-league baseball ALOU
Grease for baking LARD
The ___ (apt anagram for “they see”) EYES
Iraq War danger, for short IED
Bring down, as a flag LOWER
TV viewers’ vantage points SOFAS
Bring up the rear? TWERK
The Joker, to Batman ENEMY
Student in a Contracts class, typically ONE L
Jeweler’s instrument LOUPE
___ Calrissian, member of the Rebel Alliance in “Star Wars” LANDO
Fire in the belly ARDOR
Abbr. before C, F, V or X CTRL
Sound of insight AHA
Muscat resident OMANI
Opposite of “from here on” NO LONGER
DeLorean license plate in “Back to the Future” OUTATIME
Fill-in-the-blanks story MAD LIB
Note holder on a refrigerator MAGNET
Big bird Down Under EMU
Puppeteer Shari LEWIS
Breakout role for Robin Williams MORK
Soldering device IRON
Defense alliance since 1949 NATO
Bygone smartphone TREO
Jewish wedding dance HORA
Soldering 50-Down, e.g. TOOL
She sheep EWES
$100/night, e.g. RATE