NY Times Crossword 7 Jul 20, Tuesday

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Across

Clues Answers
Dress in Delhi SARI
Tree for a partridge, in a Christmas song PEAR
Pale ASHEN
Used Facebook Messenger, for short IMED
Prefix with -vore OMNI-
Major purveyor of mattresses SEALY
“Everything ___ go!” MUST
Big corporate news STOCK SPLIT
Word repeated before “Me” in a Beatles hit PLEASE
Worrier’s words WHAT IF
Canned LET GO
Tribal unit CLAN
Yours, to Yves A TOI
Visitors from another planet, in brief ETS
It helps make you you DNA
L.L. Bean competitor REI
“That’s all ___ got” I’VE
Left unexpectedly, in slang BAILED
Titled NAMED
Holiday purchase or a hint to the circled letters WRAPPING PAPER
Deceive LIE TO
Slangy frat house request BEER ME
Number of lanterns “if by land” ONE
Big water filtration brand PUR
Australian critter ROO
Little troublemaker IMP
007 BOND
Fill to capacity SATE
Award for which 8-Down, surprisingly, has never been nominated OSCAR
Like a small room with a roaring fire TOASTY
Stick (to) ADHERE
1956 Mideast imbroglio SUEZ CRISIS
Redding who sang “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay” OTIS
One using Monster.com, maybe HIRER
Cozy spot NOOK
Sunset direction WEST
Like some binary questions YES/NO
Horned African beasts GNUS
Grp. founded to resist Communism NATO

Down

Clues Answers
Easy as pie SIMPLE
It works like a charm! AMULET
Puts back to zero, say RESETS
Aid for returning a lost pet ID TAG
Get ready for the camera POSE
CPR expert EMT
Wise as ___ AN OWL
“Pretty Woman” co-star RICHARD GERE
Part of P.D.A.: Abbr. ASST
Tone of some old photos SEPIA
Occasion for a locker room pep talk HALFTIME
One of the Manning brothers ELI
Its slogan is “All the News That’s Fit to Print”: Abbr. NYT
“Citizen ___” KANE
Pepsi or Sprite, quaintly SODA POP
Marking, as a gauge CALIBRATING
On top of OVER
Iraq War danger, for short IED
It may be in the autumn air NIP
Feeling unhappy or angry IN A MOOD
Cricket implement BAT
New Mexico-to-Missouri dir. ENE
Boorish sort APE
Certain drunkard WINO
Joins again, as a race REENTERS
Expert PRO
Easy ball to smash LOB
Red state, once, for short USSR
Component of an Arnold Palmer ICE TEA
___ College (school in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.) MARIST
Magician’s cry PRESTO!
“Dirty” number DOZEN
1980s-’90s heavyweight champ Mike TYSON
Demonstrated SHOWN
Height: Prefix ACRO-
Inquires ASKS
Not comfortable with the limelight SHY
One-eighty UIE
Debtor’s note IOU