NY Times Crossword 9 Sep 19, Monday

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Clues Answers
Jazz quartet, e.g. COMBO
Abbr. about alcohol on a party invitation BYOB
Like logs that have been cut SAWN
The Hunter constellation ORION
Des Moines’s state IOWA
“If you ask me …,” in a text IMHO …
Very soft loaves of bread? TENDER RYES (sounds like “tenderize”)
Cheer (for) ROOT
Heavens SKY
Japanese noodle dish UDON
Thickheaded DENSE
18-wheeler SEMI
Went off, as a timer DINGED
Neckwear with the letters A, B, C, D, etc.? ALPHABET TIES (sounds like “alphabetize”)
Nissan rival TOYOTA
Desire WANT
Flow back, as the tide EBB
Infield covers TARPS
Bit of voodoo HEX
Step between floors STAIR
Kerfuffle ADO
Cold, cold drink ICEE
Attends GOES TO
Indigo, henna, etc.? STANDARD DYES (sounds like “standardize”)
Didn’t take part SAT OUT
Quite an accomplishment FEAT
Wacky DAFT
Opposite of none ALL
Fairy tale villain OGRE
“You haven’t aged a bit” and “I love that jacket you’re wearing”? SOCIAL LIES (sounds like “socialize”)
Small plateau MESA
“Your turn,” on a walkie-talkie OVER
Ball of yarn SKEIN
Actress Amanda PEET
Salon job, briefly PERM
Customary USUAL


Clues Answers
Extra bed in a hotel room COT
Metal-containing rocks ORES
Relative of a weasel MINK
Where to take a car for repairs BODY SHOP
See 6-Down ONE
Golf score of 5-Down under par BIRDIE
Toy on a string YO-YO
Actor Wilson of “Midnight in Paris” OWEN
Some humanities degs. BAS
Ambulance sounds SIRENS
Surrounded by AMONG
TV’s “___ Line Is It Anyway?” WHOSE
Eminent NOTED
Cuban ballroom dance RUMBA
Sprite Zero Sugar, for one DIET SODA
Enjoys the flattery, say EATS IT UP
Awful racket DIN
Lead-in to girl or boy ATTA …
Washing machine unit LOAD
Arsonist, in brief PYRO
Stereotypical material for a professor’s jacket TWEED
Government levy TAX
Like falling off a log EASY
What hungry fish do BITE
Warner ___ BROS
Rooster’s mate HEN
Popular lecture series TED TALKS
Pet asking for milk, purr-haps? CAT
Garbo of silent films GRETA
Upset with SORE AT
State as fact AFFIRM
Beat handily STOMP
“Oh, shucks!” AW, GEE!
Opposite of verbose TERSE
Peacenik DOVE
One providing great service? ACER
In ___ of (replacing) LIEU
“Star Wars” princess LEIA
Soak (up) SOP
S.E.C. school in Baton Rouge LSU
TV show that originally included John Belushi and Jane Curtin, for short SNL