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New York Times – January 22 2019 Wednesday

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New York Times – January 22 2019 Wednesday

Across
1. Grouch : CRAB
5. Some lines drawn with protractors : ARCS
9. Airbnb alternative : HOTEL
14. Miller ___ : LITE
15. One nabbed by the fuzz : PERP
16. With eyes open : AWAKE
17. Trotter’s course : OVAL
18. Marquee performer : STAR
19. Shot down : NIXED
20. Maternity ward worker who counts each day’s births? : DELIVERYADDER
23. First pope to be called “the Great” : STLEO
24. Great : AONE
25. Noncollegiate fraternity member : ELK
28. Dairy item thrown in a food fight? : FLYINGBUTTER
32. Snake’s warning : SSS
35. Navy rank below lt. junior grade : ENS
36. Fry up : SAUTE
37. Quick rests : CATNAPS
40. Dined on humble pie : ATECROW
42. One selling a Super Bowl spot, say : ADREP
43. MSNBC competitor : CNN
44. Tampa-to-Jacksonville dir. : NNE
45. Dynamite? : BLOWUPMATTER
50. Thesaurus offering: Abbr. : SYN
51. “___ we go again …” : HERE
52. Lava below the surface : MAGMA
56. Like 20-, 28- and 45-Across vis-à-vis the female-sounding phrases they’re based on? : GENDERNEUTRAL
60. “___ at ’em!” : LEMME
62. Cat with no tail : MANX
63. Latin music great Puente : TITO
64. Look forward to : AWAIT
65. ___ bowl (trendy healthful food) : ACAI
66. Last word said just before opening the eyes : AMEN
67. Parts of volcanoes : VENTS
68. Foe of Russia, with “the” : WEST
69. Where a bell is rung M-F at 9:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. : NYSE
Down
1. Thickheaded sorts : CLODS
2. Stud on a pair of jeans : RIVET
3. In the slightest : ATALL
4. Agnostic’s lack : BELIEF
5. Place to pray : APSE
6. Prepares for a second career, say : RETRAINS
7. Boxful for a kindergartner : CRAYONS
8. Activated, as a trap : SPRANG
9. Unit of measurement for a horse’s height equivalent to four inches : HAND
10. Scraped knee, in totspeak : OWIE
11. Annual filing : TAXRETURN
12. Barely win, with “out” : EKE
13. Commanded : LED
21. Radio dial: Abbr. : VOL
22. Girl entering society, in brief : DEB
26. Pretend : LETON
27. Group organizing a Mardi Gras parade : KREWE
29. “Sure is!” : YEP
30. Operate : USE
31. Sea-___ (Washington airport) : TAC
32. Coverings of cuts : SCABS
33. “Alas …” : SADLY
34. Dictator : STRONGMAN
38. Unopened : NEW
39. Kwik-E-Mart storekeeper : APU
40. Cell tower equipment : ANTENNAS
41. Cable airer of N.B.A. games : TNT
43. Monaco Grand Prix, e.g. : CARRACE
46. Successful defender, in academia : PHD
47. Granny, in the South : MEEMAW
48. Land-bound bird : EMU
49. Wicker material : RATTAN
53. In need of a good scrubbing : GRIMY
54. Ones to share a pint with : MATES
55. Without company : ALONE
57. Give off : EMIT
58. Trawlers’ equipment : NETS
59. On-ramp’s opposite : EXIT
60. Washroom, informally : LAV
61. Homophone of “you” that shares no letters with it : EWE