New York Times August 25 2019 Crossword Answers

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New York Times Crossword Answers August 25 2019

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  • Literally, “commander”
  • Sights at Zion National Park
  • Didn’t sink, say
  • Miles away
  • Where to find big bucks?
  • Jack who co-starred with Charlie Chaplin in “The Great Dictator”
  • Tepid greeting
  • Title film villain whose first name is Julius
  • When you can ice skate outside?
  • Poker player in the Old West after being caught with a card up his sleeve?
  • Checks’ counterparts
  • Lamb offering
  • “Whew baby!”
  • “The Wizard of Oz” co-star
  • “Let’s shake on it”
  • Edwin with the 1970 #1 hit “War”
  • Fling
  • Not for
  • Language in which “dd” and “ff” are treated as single letters of the alphabet
  • Interprets
  • ___ glance
  • Like the motion of the ocean
  • Curse
  • One going for big bucks?
  • Bad pun?
  • French greeting
  • Pea picker-upper
  • ___ bottle (topological curiosity)
  • Site of one of the 12 labors of Hercules
  • Manual part of an early printing press?
  • Cellar problem
  • Work with planes, maybe
  • Typically
  • “Westworld” airer
  • “The ___ of Christ” (classic work in Florence’s Uffizi Gallery)
  • Dull-witted sloth in “Ice Age”
  • Profession since the Bronze Age
  • Leo, for example
  • Jerry, to Tom, in cartoons
  • Need for parents who weren’t expecting twins?
  • One-named singer with the catchphrase “cuchi-cuchi”
  • Like some riyals
  • Barristers’ wear
  • Surfer wannabe
  • Rookeries?
  • Singer Grande, to fans
  • Portuguese wine
  • “___, Macduff” (phrase from Shakespeare)
  • Consumes
  • City that becomes another city if you change both its vowels to A’s
  • Perfume part
  • Japanese noodle
  • Suspiciously flattering, say
  • Emulated an Argonaut
  • “Stat”
  • Red letters?
  • Like a sonnet, in a way
  • Chronicler of Troy
  • Emmy-nominated actor for “Westworld”
  • Toothpaste aisle?
  • Illusionist’s phrase illustrated by seven Across answers in this puzzle?
  • Informal negation
  • Pout
  • Wan
  • Famed orange troublemaker
  • D.C. nine
  • Brings up, say
  • ___ of all
  • Location of Cassius, who “has a lean and hungry look”
  • Steed for a sheik
  • “___ Lisa”
  • Rustic poem
  • Bad news from Detroit
  • Queen Margrethe II, e.g.?
  • Din-din
  • It’s après “après”
  • Grammy-winning songwriter Mann
  • School boards?
  • Many a mixer
  • Fare for Little Miss Muffet
  • Nice crossword experience
  • Thick (of)
  • Stick
  • Arrangement in which you buy three tires but get a whole set?
  • Anecdotal collections
  • Retirement account option, informally
  • “Game of Thrones” actress Chaplin
  • Foreign-language toast
  • Astrologist’s reference
  • Tons
  • Pickle
  • “Dunno” gestures
  • Warmongers
  • Of use
  • Mumbai royal
  • Opinion, informally
  • Ballerina’s cabriole, e.g.
  • Peace, in the Mideast
  • Poet who wrote “To His Mistress Going to Bed”
  • Run for, as office
  • Not ridiculous, as an argument
  • Order before “Fall out!”
  • 0 0 0
  • Gleans
  • P.M. who took office in 2015
  • Brain area, jocularly
  • Ivy League newspaper name
  • Trick question
  • It’s hard to hit
  • Big-circulation magazine originally titled So You’re Going to Be Married
  • Get all tangled
  • Feature destroyed in the 2019 Notre Dame fire
  • Visit to baby Jesus?
  • Gradually diminished
  • Illusionist’s phrase illustrated by three Down answers in this puzzle?
  • ___ bar
  • Perfect
  • Actress Spacek
  • Big smack
  • Lure
  • Pike
  • An alarm may interrupt it
  • Where Tokyo is
  • Scout’s honor
  • Perennial London football powerhouse
  • Some inexpensive brews
  • Model of the solar system
  • PayPal money and the like
  • Stood
  • Onetime MS. accompanier
  • Volunteer’s words
  • Donizetti’s “Pour mon âme,” e.g.
  • Lead
  • Symbols of might
  • Blinkers
  • Major city bisected by I-80
  • Opposite of “Too rich for my blood”
  • Farmer’s purchase
  • French way
  • “Huh?”