Crossword Puzzle Info

New York Times – March 5 2019

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New York Times – March 5 2019

Clues Answers
‘Forget ___’ (advice after a breakup) HIM
‘Listen here!’ HEY
‘Quite contrary’ girl of rhyme MARY
‘To the best of my knowledge’ IBELIEVESO
‘___ #1!’ WERE
Allow in ADMIT
Art museum with many Constables and Sargents TATE
Barely make, with ‘out’ EKE
Blouse, e.g TOP
Book of Islam QURAN
Border ABUT
Cause for cake and candles, in brief BDAY
Cheerful greeting HIHO
Clarinet insert REED
Congressional hirees AIDES
Cousin of an emu RHEA
Employee of the Month, e.g AWARD
Enero a diciembre ANO
Fertile soil LOAM
Figs. that average 100 IQS
Google Play purchases APPS
Greek god with a bow EROS
High point in the Old Testament? ARARAT
Home with a dome (in Nome?) IGLOO
Honeycakes DOLL
Inexperienced gamer, in slang NOOB
Ingredient in gumbo OKRA
It has spots PARKINGLOT, TEASERVICE, LEOPARDPRINT, COMMERCIALBREAK, DOGGYDAYCARE
Jackson of country music ALAN
Jazz’s James ETTA
Juiceless, as a battery DEAD
Jump with a turn on ice AXEL
Lengua de Mex ESP
Like a fox SLY
Lummox BIGAPE
Mob HORDE
Nov. 11 honoree VET
Old TV hookup VCR
Onetime maker of Matchbox cars TYCO
Pharmaceuticals, briefly MEDS
Pine (for) YEARN
Potential new job requirement, informally RELO
Privy TOILET
Products from Parker and Cross PENS
Rapper whose name sounds like a drink ICET
Rotary phone feature DIAL
Sam played one in ‘Casablanca’ PIANO
Scampers TROTS
Sith title in ‘Star Wars’ DARTH
Skye of ‘Say Anything …’ IONE
Small complication? PROB
Small vortex EDDY
Some calls from boxing refs TKOS
Source of day workers for an office TEMPAGENCY
Squid’s defense INK
Still YET
Stuffed grape leaves DOLMA
Substitutes for ACTSAS
Takes the cake? EATS
Throbbed ACHED
Tick off RILE
Title song on the Beatles’ final studio album LETITBE
Totally stumped ATALOSS
Tube used in heart surgery STENT
Unburden (of) RID
Vicinity AREA
Wedding dress material LACE
What ‘:’ means in an analogy ISTO
Where Johnny Cash shot a man, in song RENO
Word repeated in ‘Mi ___ es su ___’ CASA
Writer O’Flaherty LIAM
Yellow-and-white meadow flower OXEYE