Crossword Puzzle Info

New York Times, Saturday, September 5, 2020 Crossword Answers

Published in New York Times Crossword.

Clues Answers
___ absolute mess IMAN
___ inside (convenience store sign) ATM
A as in Atlantic City? ACE
Amazon deterrent ONESTAR
Athletic trainer’s supply TAPE
Big earner at a business RAINMAKER
Calves come from them BERGS
Celebrity chef Paula DEEN
Client’s company contact, informally ACCOUNTREP
Country singer/songwriter Tillis PAM
Curve together loosely, as one’s hands CUP
Dice, in slang BONES
Doctor’s approach BEDSIDEMANNER
Dummkopf MORON
Fall sound THUD
Form of crowdfunding TELETHON
Gets a hard look (at) PEERS
Gilbert and Sullivan’s “glorious thing to be” PIRATEKING
Glorify ___ Name (church chorus) THY
Grew a spine TOUGHENEDUP
Heaven, with “the” SKIES
Impersonate on Halloween GOAS
It contains many numbers MUSICAL
Kind of rule MOB
Lamborghini alternative BUGATTI
Laugh it off, say TAKEAJOKE
Lead-in to -nomic ERGO
Message that basically tells you to get a life? GAMEOVER
New York football team, to fans GMEN
Not finished yet … MORETOCOME
Not-so-hard pill to swallow GELCAP
Olympic pursuit MEDALHUNT
One going through cyclic ups and downs? MOUNTAINBIKER
One knife in a knife collection PARER
Opposite of very ATAD
Option for expressing grievances OPENLETTER
Outburst of complete exhaustion ICANTGOON
Palindromic woman’s name AVA
Paper-pusher BUREAUCRAT
Part of Kamala Harris’s ancestry TAMIL
Parts of Polynesie fran├žaise ILES
Picks, in football: Abbr. INTS
Plates TAGS
Playwright Fugard ATHOL
Polonium was named for her homeland, Poland, in 1898 MARIECURIE
Pretty worm of Nilus, in Shakespeare ASP
Projects JUTS
Roman foeman HUN
Scope AMBIT
See 48-Across SASS
Solar ___ ARRAY
Some slapstick props BANANAPEELS
Some tandoori fare NAAN
Something you shouldn’t do in an art museum TOUCH
Source of the brachiocephalic trunk AORTA
Spot at a movie theater R TEASERTRAILER
Stop at ENDON
Stopping point? DIME
Suffix with form ULA
Terrible on opening weekend, say BOMBING
Things that can be cracked CODES
Watch your ___! (response to 52-Across) TONE
Witticism BONMOT
Word that’s also a diminutive suffix LET
Work with a needle, informally TAT
Zip PEP