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New York Times – May 12 2019

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New York Times – May 12 2019

Clues Answers
‘Bus Stop’ playwright INGE
‘Hey, over here!’ PSST
‘I said ENOUGH!’ STOPIT
‘Ora pro ___’ NOBIS
2006 novel for which Cormac McCarthy won a Pulitzer Prize THEROAD
45 things HIFIS
Actor Bud of ‘Harold and Maude’ CORT
Adjusted to some index – or how 23-, 35-, 66- and 93-Across are measured per this puzzle? ONASLIDINGSCALE
Alee, at sea PROTECTED
As well ALSO
Assailed HADAT
Attainable INREACH
Bad thing to be left in, with ‘the’ LURCH
Ballerina’s support TOE
Beat the rap WALK
Bee or Em AUNT
Before, old-style ERENOW
Bel ___ cheese PAESE
Besmirch TAR
Big brand in soft drinks SUNKIST
Brand pitched as ‘Always Comfortable’ SERTA
Break from screen viewing EYEREST
Camera inits SLR
Chemical compound ENOL
City famous for its Cuban sandwiches TAMPA
Clubs, e.g. … or entry requirement for some clubs SUIT
Coffee-flavored liqueur TIAMARIA
Coffin supports BIERS
Communicates IMPARTS
Competitor of Amazon Handmade ETSY
Contented sound AAH
Cool HIP
Coveted Scrabble tile ESS
Crustaceans that carry their own camouflage MOSSCRABS
D.C. nine NATS
Desktop item since 1998 IMAC
Dubious excuse for not turning in homework ILOSTIT
Early 20th-century author who foresaw TV and wireless telephones BAUM
El primer mes ENERO
Employ cajolery on COAX
Establishment frequented by Falstaff TAVERN
Excessively TOO
Feeling unsettled, in a way SEASICK
Follow-up shot BOOSTER
Former Showtime series about Henry VIII THETUDORS
Gas whose name comes from the Greek for ‘strange’ XENON
Gives up for good SWEARSOFF
Gloomy DOUR
Grab quickly SNAPUP
Grad ALUM
Great time ERA
Hatfield haters MCCOYS
Have nothing to do with SHUN
Heroic poetry EPOS
Hightail it RUN
Home of Hearst Castle SANSIMEON
Home of Sinbad Island BASRA
In the indeterminate future SOMEDAY
In the least ATALL
Individual tic-tac-toe squares NINTHS
Kitchen wraps TINFOILS
Letters at sea USS
Like bourbon AGED
Like Henry VIII, religiously ANTIPAPAL
Like Indiana Dunes among the U.S.’s 61 national parks NEWEST
Line on a map: Abbr RTE
Lose steam TIRE
Lousy newspaper RAG
Maryland athlete, for short TERP
Moon of Saturn named after a Greek Oceanid TELESTO
Morning coat DEW
Moved surreptitiously STOLE
Multitask command MACRO
Nascar ___ (demographic group) DADS
Nevada’s largest county by area NYE
Nickname for Thomasina TAMMIE
Nipple TEAT
Not fast EAT
One of a bunch? BANANA
One side of an argument CON
Online search metric HITS
Openly gay OUT
Org. with Sharks and Penguins NHL
Outfit GETUP
Overcoat material TWEED
Packers’ org.? NRA
Parts of reviews you might not want to read SPOILERS
Performing whale, once SHAMU
Phil who sang ‘Love Me, I’m a Liberal’ OCHS
Philosophy ISM
Pitched over RETHREW
Pizza chain since 1956 SBARRO
Places where cucumber slices are not for salad SPAS
Poor SUBPAR
Powerful queen, in hearts SPADE
Predators of armadillos and rabbits OCELOTS
Preliminary exam: Abbr QUAL
Puncture PIERCE
Pushback FLAK
Q-V link RSTU
Really binged, briefly ODED
Recalcitrant child’s cry IWONT
Rick of ‘Ghostbusters’ MORANIS
Roster builders, briefly GMS
Round part of a tool PEEN
Serving no practical purpose OTIOSE
Set aflame TORCHED
Setting for fraud, maybe ARSON
Singer Bocelli ANDREA
Small dam WEIR
Some group dinners POTLUCKS
Squabbling ATIT
States as fact AVERS
Symbol of craziness LOON
Take place OCCUR
Tending toward an outcome TELIC
They may be bitter or defensive ENDS
Three-time Pro Bowler Culpepper DAUNTE
Ticket information SECTION
Time to knock off work, maybe FIVE
Transport to Sugar Hill, in a classic song ATRAIN
Tundra’s lack TREES
Twilled fabric SERGE
Unlike most of Perry Mason’s clients GUILTY
W.W. II admiral nicknamed ‘Bull’ HALSEY
Wan ASHEN
What’s measured by [circled letters] EARTHQUAKES, WINDSPEED, TEMPERATURE, MINERALHARDNESS
Whip FLAY
Whole lot TON
Wild goat IBEX
Women’s soccer star ___ Morgan ALEX
Word before and after ‘all’ MINE
Work on a wall, maybe ART
Yuri Zhivago’s love LARA
Zip NIL
___ bean FAVA
___ colada PINA