NY Times Crossword 8 Apr 20, Wednesday

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Across

Clues Answers
Not be heard from anymore GO DARK
Tom who created Jack Ryan CLANCY
Shakespearean fairy king OBERON
Something to practice percussion on DRUM PAD
Humorist Ambrose who once defined “alone” as “in bad company” BIERCE
Fans that jeer the home team, informally BOOBIRDS
Quick attack groups STRIKE FORCES (roll a “strike”)
Club booklet BYLAWS
Blind followers SHEEP
Tennis star Nadal, to fans RAFA
Like the leftmost stripe on le drapeau français BLEU
Deli loaf RYE
“THERE you are!” AHA!
Like many TV news interviews SPLIT SCREEN (roll a “split”)
Emmy nomination number for which Susan Lucci finally won for playing Erica Kane on “All My Children” NINETEEN
Little bit IOTA
Comic actress Rudolph MAYA
Went 0 to 60, say GUNNED IT
Producer of jingle-jangle in the pocket SPARE CHANGE (roll a “spare”)
“Good for the earth” prefix ECO-
Horror film director Aster ARI
Grasp HOLD
Coffee or beer, informally BREW
Coke and RC COLAS
Mom on “Modern Family” CLAIRE
Aid for a Thanksgiving chef TURKEY BASTER (roll a “turkey”)
Reverse course, slangily PULL A UEY
Wing it? AVIATE
Cry at a revival I’M SAVED!
Kind of sale RED-TAG
Clicked the double vertical bar on a YouTube video PAUSED
Precipitates unpleasantly, in a way SLEETS

Down

Clues Answers
Oodles GOBS
Dead space? OBIT
Howl wolf :: bell : ___ : DEER
Exuberant cry south of the border ARRIBA!
Title film character who declares “Nobody owes nobody nothing” ROCKY
Show obeisance KNEEL
Gator’s cousin CROC
Some garage jobs LUBES
Eschewers of military service AMISH
“Ask Me Another” airer NPR
Scoundrel CAD
Fabric measures: Abbr. YDS
Real English county on which Thomas Hardy based the fictional Wessex DORSET
Where you might roll the starts of 17-, 31-, 43- and 56-Across BOWLING ALLEY
George Orwell’s “Animal Farm,” e.g. FABLE
Nook, e.g. E-READER
One of eight on most spiders EYE
Part of an animal farm PEN
Was in charge of RAN
Fish on a sushi menu AHI
Gushing letters FAN MAIL
On drugs, say USING
Bump on a lid STYE
Beaut PEACH
Driving test obstacle CONE
GPS suggestion: Abbr. RTE
What may have a ring to it? EAR
10/24 celebration of global cooperation UN DAY
Makeup of Elsa’s castle in “Frozen” ICE
Drag TOW
Kind of fly SAC
Whiz PRO
Pawned HOCKED
Next to BESIDE
Part of some encyclopedias ATLAS
Smooth SUAVE
Certain building beams I-BARS
Get tangled up RAVEL
Had some second thoughts about RUED
___ Modern TATE
Division politique ETAT
Rules and ___ REGS
One of 21 on a die PIP
Actress Thurman UMA
Sch. whose newspaper is The Daily Reveille LSU