New York Times July 5 2020 Crossword Answers

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New York Times Crossword Answers July 5 2020

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  • 1/48 of a cup: Abbr.
  • Ad Council offerings, for short
  • Home of the Kaaba
  • Spartan
  • “The Problem With ___” (2017 documentary)
  • Orator’s platform
  • “Never meet your ___” (maxim)
  • Less wild
  • Done working: Abbr.
  • About which you might always say “Bee prepared”?
  • They take the form of self-flying paper airplanes in the Harry Potter books
  • Topping for a 25-Across
  • Piece of cake, say
  • Improv class exercises
  • Kids
  • Without aim
  • Mob
  • Fish whose males bear the young
  • Evening gala
  • Note-taking spot?
  • Sustained period of luck, as with dice
  • Litter critter
  • Floor plan unit
  • Restless desire
  • What Franklin famously asked for
  • Floor plan spec
  • Blog feed inits.
  • Debtor’s letters
  • Email holder
  • Something lent to a friend
  • Set of skills, metaphorically
  • Father of Scout, in “To Kill a Mockingbird”
  • Declare
  • Best Actor winner Malek
  • Normandy battle site
  • Wads
  • Last dance?
  • Managed an unmanageable group, figuratively
  • Wonder Woman accessory
  • Aware of
  • Playroom chest
  • Downwind
  • They’re worn on heads with tails
  • Store
  • Was first
  • Ka ___ (southernmost point on Hawaii)
  • Prefix with -graph
  • Run on
  • Singer Brickell
  • Believed something without question
  • Commercial lead-in to land
  • Elizabeth Warren vis-à-vis former chief justice Earl Warren, e.g.
  • It’s frequently under fire
  • Prepare to bathe
  • Olivia Benson’s division on TV: Abbr.
  • Conditional word
  • Expressively creative
  • First of the metalloids
  • Border
  • Flight recorder
  • ___ complex
  • A much greater quantity
  • Lead-in to fit or active
  • ___ New Guinea
  • Foreword
  • Org. that kicked off again in 2020 after a 19-year hiatus
  • Studio behind “Platoon” and “Amadeus”
  • Salary negotiator
  • Adversary
  • Embodiment of slipperiness
  • Word before or after short
  • One of the six simple machines
  • State pair: Abbr.
  • Mrs., in Mexico
  • Transportation for the Doctor on “Doctor Who”
  • Small suit
  • Tries to make the unappealing attractive
  • Eeyore-ish sentiment
  • Stocking stuffer
  • Donkey Kong, e.g.
  • Imbroglios
  • Play charades
  • Setting for a Sistine Chapel painting
  • Results from
  • Near
  • “Methought I was enamour’d of an ___”: Titania
  • Brand of rum
  • Improper
  • Best Actress winner Zellweger
  • Tiny fractions of joules
  • “___ Would Be King,” 2018 novel by Wayétu Moore
  • Attach, in a way
  • Stack topper
  • Iconic Chevy
  • “You nailed it!”
  • ___ page
  • Spanish “now”
  • Olympic pentathlete’s need
  • Well-being
  • Purse part
  • Flying Clouds and Royales
  • Be fully qualified … or a hint to interpreting this puzzle’s shaded squares
  • Author of “The Silent World: A Story of Undersea Discovery and Adventure”
  • Czech reformer Jan
  • Coastal inlets
  • It might get a licking
  • Combination meant to change behavior
  • Starter earring
  • Play piano, informally
  • Machu Picchu builder
  • Something frequently made with the eyes shut
  • X-ray alternative, maybe
  • Spanish treasure
  • Anthem starter
  • Businesses with a portmanteau name
  • “It Ain’t Me Babe” songwriter
  • Percolate
  • Zip
  • No. in a directory
  • Wimbledon wear, perhaps
  • Chooses not to act
  • Academia figure
  • It follows the Hijri calendar
  • Protruding bit of bedrock
  • Form a new mental picture of
  • Got away
  • Sharing word
  • Canon competitor
  • Leaves weaponless
  • One participating in a new Summer Olympics sport in 2021
  • Fashion designer McCartney
  • Heads-up
  • Two to one, say
  • Time and again
  • Warner ___
  • Like the Liberty Bell in 1846, for the last time
  • Big name in British art
  • Hall-of-Fame catcher Campanella
  • Print maker
  • Tulsa-to-Des Moines dir.
  • Tulsa-to-Des Moines dir.

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    CROSSWORD CLUE: Tulsa-to-Des Moines dir.
    SOLUTION: NNE

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    Print maker

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    CROSSWORD CLUE: Print maker
    SOLUTION: PAW

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    Hall-of-Fame catcher Campanella

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    CROSSWORD CLUE: Hall-of-Fame catcher Campanella
    SOLUTION: ROY

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    Big name in British art

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    CROSSWORD CLUE: Big name in British art
    SOLUTION: TATE

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    Like the Liberty Bell in 1846, for the last time

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    CROSSWORD CLUE: Like the Liberty Bell in 1846, for the last time
    SOLUTION: RUNG

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    Warner ___

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    CROSSWORD CLUE: Warner ___
    SOLUTION: BROS

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    Time and again

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    CROSSWORD CLUE: Time and again
    SOLUTION: OFTEN

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    Two to one, say

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    CROSSWORD CLUE: Two to one, say
    SOLUTION: RATIO

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    Heads-up

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    CROSSWORD CLUE: Heads-up
    SOLUTION: ALERT

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