NY Times Crossword 8 Sep 19, Sunday

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Across

Clues Answers
Well, for one ADVERB
Longhair cats ANGORAS
For instance SUCH AS
Alternative to Martha Stewart Weddings BRIDES
Caribbean island nation GRENADA
Take in ARREST
… the guy who vows to take his Stetson to the grave BURY-THE-HAT CHET (from “bury the hatchet”)
Baby Gap purchase ONESIE
Famous conjoined twin ENG
Figures DATA
California’s Big ___ SUR
TV’s “___ Ruins Everything” ADAM
Lose control on the road SKID
IV checkers RNS
… the fraternity guy who wants to be a cardiologist HEART-BRO KEN (from “heartbroken”)
Levelheaded SANE
Kind of furniture PATIO
Triumphant cry HURRAH!
Game lover’s purchase APP
First word of “Jabberwocky” ‘TWAS
Dated PC hookup CRT
J. Carrol ___ (two-time 1940s Oscar nominee) NAISH
Traffic-stopping grp.? DEA
… the guy who barely shows he’s exasperated SHORT-SIGH TED (from “shortsighted”)
… the guy who always shows up unannounced POP-IN JAY (from “popinjay)
Hugs, in a letter OOO
Home of minor-league baseball’s Aces RENO
California’s Santa ___ Mountains YNEZ
Puts on TV AIRS
Show that NBC 62-Across, for short SNL
Heaps A SLEW
They follow springs by about a week NEAPS
Sylvia of jazz SYMS
… the gal who delivered the greatest put-down ever WHAT-A-DIS GRACE (from “what a disgrace”)
Small prevarications FIBS
Helicopter sounds WHIRS
Permanent spot? SALON
UPS unit: Abbr. CTN
“Othello” provocateur IAGO
“Lethal Weapon” force, in brief LAPD
Prison division WARD
“Well, well, well, whaddya know” OHO
… the guy who takes aerial photos for the military DRONE DON (from “droned on”)
… the gal who loses it when pass plays are called GROUND-NUT MEG (from “ground nutmeg”)
CPR teacher, maybe EMT
Temporarily sated, with “over” TIDED …
Critical campaign mo. OCT
Source of some pressure PEER
Place for trophies DEN
Declaration AVOWAL
Singer with the 2009 #1 hit “TiK ToK” KESHA
Move a bit STIR
… the gal who spends all day at the hairdresser ROLLERS KATE (from “rollerskate”)
Rollaway COT
Word with club or cream … SODA
Aristocratic Italian name of old ESTE
Cartoonist Keane BIL
Dance that might include a chair HORA
West Coast summer setting: Abbr. PDT
Dag Hammarskjöld’s successor at the U.N. U THANT
… the guy who can’t stop bragging about Bragg FORT-LAUDER DALE
Bit of trail mix RAISIN
Underlining alternative ITALICS
Creeped out? SEEPED
Almost up ON NEXT
Exams given intradermally, for short TB TESTS
Actress Taylor of “Bones” TAMARA

Down

Clues Answers
Number one nun ABBESS
Prolonged period of excessive imbibing DRUNKATHON
Soft blanket material VIRGIN WOOL
Ice cream eponym EDY
Part of AARP: Abbr. RETD
Note that sounds like an order to get with it? B-SHARP
Appalled AGHAST
Big D.C. lobby NRA
1995 crime film based on an Elmore Leonard novel GET SHORTY
At the perfect time ON CUE
Enthusiastic RAH-RAH
Commercial suffix with Gator -ADE
Gained a lap? SAT
___ Paulo SAO
Bit of art pottery URN
Staircase sound CREAK
“Star Trek” catchphrase said by Dr. McCoy HE’S DEAD, JIM
Far Eastern fruits that resemble apples ASIAN PEARS
What a prefix or suffix gets added to STEM
Sicily’s Mount ___ ETNA
Honey substitute? DEAR
Appear in print RUN
Mouth, slangily TRAP
Con ___ (briskly, in music) BRIO
Talk like a tough, say RASP
“Well, howdy” OH, HI
Dieter’s “I” ICH
Picks up the bill PAYS
Unlikely handouts with beers STRAWS
Court V.I.P. TENNIS PRO
Sea plea SOS
Period of group activity, slangily SESH
Addition to the family IN-LAW
Doth depart GOETH
Diamond brackets? DEES
Dissenting vote NAY
Swerves back ZAGS
Cry like a baby WAIL
Large shrimp PRAWN
See 72-Down … SALAD
Parody SEND UP
Pride Parade participants may be in it DRAG
With 68-Down, summer side dish CORN …
Shade for a field worker? FARMER’S TAN
“Drawin’ a blank here” I GOT NOTHIN’
___ vivant BON
Gambler’s exclamation COME TO PAPA!
Father of Enigma in DC Comics THE RIDDLER
Creamy beverage NOG
Tagged, informally ID’ED
Pitcher who famously claimed he was on LSD while throwing a no-hitter (1970) DOCK ELLIS
And others, for short ET AL
Kind of bar DIVE
Renuzit target ODOR
It can be old or breaking NEWS
Sport ___ UTE
“Ocean’s Twelve” role TESS
___ Terr., 1861-89 DAK
Maze explorer LAB RAT
Go downhill in a hurry SCHUSS
Part of a parka HOOD
Relaxing AT REST
High-grade RATED-A
Auto dealer’s offer LEASE
Auto owner’s proof TITLE
Tip of Italy? EURO
Field AREA
Shoot down NIX
Wile E. Coyote purchase TNT
In good shape FIT
Gambling parlor letters OTB
Take steps ACT
Sort of person who’s blue: Abbr. DEM