NY Times Crossword 8 Sep 22, Thursday

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Clues Answers
One on the run ESCAPEE
Twitter handle used by the White House FLOTUS
Computer menu command SHUT DOWN
Hawaii’s ___ Palace ‘IOLANI
Prioritized, in a way TRIAGED
Officially noted ON RECORD
Member of “The Squad” in D.C., for short AOC
Evening fare SUPPER
Love of texting? BAE
Apt focus of an annual festival in Holland, Mich. TULIP
Lacto-___ vegetarianism OVO
Paradisiacal EDENIC
“Inside the N.B.A.” airer TNT
Spider-___, character in Marvel’s “Spider-Verse” GWEN
Low power? SQUARE
Award-winning Berry HALLE
U.S. tourist locale that inspired this puzzle FOUR CORNERS
One might be cracked SMILE
Corn plant part TASSEL
Lager descriptor PALE
“Ah yes, yes indeed” ‘TIS
Keys on a piano ALICIA
In a bad way ILL
Small grinder, maybe TOOTH
Leaves with a traumatic memory SCARS
Kind of cycle REM
He’s saved by his sister, in a story HANSEL
Grass POT
Like many Hollywood heartthrobs, seemingly AGELESS
What to do “when you’re not strong,” in a 1972 hit LEAN ON ME
Least likely to get up from the couch, say LAZIEST
Goo for a batter PINE TAR
Picks up SENSES
Puts down? SADDENS


Clues Answers
Word with sale, tax or planning ESTATE
Envelop SHROUD
Manicure target CUTICLE
Programming language named after a pioneering programmer ADA
Collectible disk of the 1990s POG
___ milk EWE’S
Ultimately become END UP
First-rate FINEST
Heavy British vehicle LORRY
Big whoop? OLE!
Some Tex-Mex meals TACO BOWLS
Get to the bottom of UNRAVEL
First half SIDE ONE
First games OPENERS
Entrees cooked in slow cookers POT ROASTS
Step on it! INSOLE
Arouse, as intrigue PIQUE
Good-for-nothing CUR
Press material GARLIC
What many verbs indicate ACTIONS
Some formal attire HEELS
“I wanna know what I missed!” FILL ME IN!
Org. whose annual budget isn’t public NSA
Starts to go out of control SPIRALS
Key concept in feminist theory MALE GAZE
They require glasses TOASTS
2005 biopic in which Philip Seymour Hoffman plays the title role CAPOTE
Extreme racing event IRONMAN
Daisy relatives ASTERS
What have we here? THESE
Is beneficial HELPS
Film character depicted using C.G.I. and old footage in “The Rise of Skywalker” LEIA
Paul of fame LES
“The Simpsons” character in a green sweater NED