Crossword Puzzle Info

New York Times – Jun 3 2018

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Clues Answers
‘Baseball’ documentarian Burns KEN
‘Be there in a jiffy!’ ONESECOND
‘I’m off’ LATER
‘My dear man’ SIR
‘Runaway’ singer Shannon, 1961 DEL
‘Say cheese!’ SMILE
‘Star Wars’ name VADER
‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ author ATWOOD
1904 Jack London novel THESEAWOLF
Achievement DEED
Actress Ryder WINONA
Aggressive types TIGERS
Alternated TOOKTURNS
Anticipate AWAIT
Atlantic 10 Conf. school URI
Back AGO
Ball bearer TEE
Bank trouble? EROSION
Bankrupts RUINS
Before being outed, for short ANON
Boat that landed on 94-Down ARK
Call it a day … or a career RETIRE
Camelhair color TAN
Cartoon collectible CEL
Caste member ANT
Charlotte ___ (Caribbean capital) AMALIE
City ENE of Cleveland, O ERIEPA
Cold War-era inits SSR
Colleague of Freud ADLER
Common seasoning for Italian sausage FENNEL
Company name ender after ‘&’ SONS
County name in 30 states WASHINGTON
Court plea NOCONTEST
Court plea, briefly NOLO
Dated OLD
Delivery that’s usually expected TWINS
Doesn’t let it go STEWS
Double-platinum album for Steely Dan AJA
Dress down CHIDE
Elected CHOSEN
Encountered MET
Encountered RANINTO
Eppie’s adoptive father, in a George Eliot novel SILAS
Fabulous fabulist AESOP
Fastball, in baseball slang GAS
Father of Phobos, the god of fear ARES
Final, countrywide competition NATIONALS
First U.S. city to host the Olympics STLOUIS
Floor piece TILE
Fruit soda brand FANTA
German hunting dog WEIMARANER
Ghostly ASHEN
Go (for) VIE
Got into a mess? ATE
Greek island where Pythagoras and Epicurus were born SAMOS
Group with five members in this puzzle, with ‘the’ MAJORS
H.S. study SCI
Half a step? CHA
Hampton ___ INN
Harriet Beecher Stowe novel subtitled ‘A Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp’ DRED
He said ‘It’s not bragging if you can back it up’ ALI
Heavy winds TUBAS
House speaker after Boehner RYAN
Insurance giant AETNA
Is up to the task CUTSIT
Kind of chips you shouldn’t eat PAINT
Lady’s title DAME
Liability of note? TINEAR
Linguists’ interests USAGES

Clues Answers
Lining up against ANTI
Maternally related ENATE
McQueen or King STEVE
Mortar carrier HOD
Mover, but not a shaker (one hopes) VAN
Mythological bird ROC
Native Oklahoman OTO
Not be straight LIE
Not even close? AFAR
Not opposin’ FER
Not with it UNCOOL
Novelist Patchett ANN
Numerical prefix OCTA
One concerned with aging? WINETASTER
Only African-American to win an Oscar, Tony and Emmy for acting VIOLADAVIS
Opera set in 1800 Rome TOSCA
Overawe COW
Papal conclave members CARDINALS
Parlor pieces SETTEES
Pick up NAB
Pie-eyed OILED
Place in a 1969 western ETTA
Play the part of ACTAS
Points (to) REFERS
Proffer RENDER
Prop for a lion tamer STOOL
Relatives of bobolinks ORIOLES
Relevant, legally ADREM
Riverboat hazard SHOAL
Salary negotiator AGENT
See 18-Down RIDE
See 46-Across ARARAT
Serious devotee FIEND
Sharp KEEN
Sidesplitter HOOT
Sleep stage REM
Some calls on a police hotline LEADS
Sound of the South DRAWL
Sports axiom refuted by this puzzle THERESNOIINTEAM
State since 1864: Abbr NEV
State with five teams in the 84-Across: Abbr CAL
Suffragist Elizabeth Cady ___ STANTON
Sunday delivery: Abbr SER
Sustained FED
Swagger STRUT
Temple of Isis site ASWAN
Things falling out of Vogue? INSERTS
Things that corrections correct ERRATA
Tour hiree ROADIE
Typical intro? STEREO
Unaccompanied LONE
Very lowbrow TRASHY
Ways of doing things, for short MOS
Wedding pair IDOS
Wee bit IOTA
What ballplayers look forward to after playing on the road HOMESTANDS
Where General Mills is headquartered MINNESOTA
Where techno music originated DETROIT
Where the Sun shines? BALTIMORE
Winner of 11 Grand Slam tennis titles BORG
Winston Churchill, notably ORATOR
With 47-Down, driver’s question NEEDA
Woolly ruminant LLAMA
Words of confidence ICAN
Words to a Spanish sweetheart TEAMO
Your, to Yves TES
___ Minella (Muppet monkey) SAL
___ platter PUPU
___ tap SPINAL