New York Times December 2 2021 Crossword Answers

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New York Times Crossword Answers December 2 2021

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  • Thwack
  • Bow ties, e.g.
  • Dollar alternative
  • Like chocolate mousse
  • Puckish
  • Lunar plain
  • Circadian rhythm regulator
  • Heaps
  • Tech executive, for short
  • Labor leader Dolores Huerta or astronaut Ellen Ochoa
  • Representative Bowman, the first male member of “The Squad”
  • H.S. course that might have a unit on the Harlem Renaissance
  • Singer Tori
  • Mendelssohn work in E flat major, and others
  • Make definite, informally
  • Mojito ingredient
  • Rejections
  • Scepter topper
  • Does dirty
  • Word before oil or water
  • Use a 56-Across
  • “Sure, sure”
  • Delicate textile
  • Presidential nickname
  • Ticks off
  • Open ___
  • Performance artist portraying male characters
  • Agree
  • Hawaii is famous for them
  • Boat propeller
  • Pulitzer-winning novelist Jennifer
  • One of a pair at the dinner table … or a hint to this puzzle’s theme
  • Like texting during a conversation, to some
  • Ancient Greek marketplace
  • Refer to
  • Symbol of Russia
  • “Copy that”
  • Checkup, e.g.
  • Hindu honorific
  • Success
  • One may be tough to follow
  • Historic Bay Area neighborhood with a 600-square-foot rainbow flag
  • Australia, once
  • Every last one
  • West Coast air hub, for short
  • First X or O
  • Tarsal adornment
  • Violin family name
  • Papal collection overseen by a bibliothecarius
  • 1996 hit for Alanis Morissette
  • House mate?
  • Narrow inlet
  • Basis of some insurance fraud
  • Place to hang a mezuzah
  • Bestie in Bordeaux
  • Largest French-speaking city in North America
  • Consumed
  • German physician who coined the term “animal magnetism”
  • Vouch (for), in a way
  • Something that’s impossible to run by yourself
  • Still up, say
  • “A pity, really”
  • Peak
  • Word often confused with “fewer”
  • Plead
  • Too, for one
  • Shoe with decorative perforations
  • Leaf producer
  • Hopeless case
  • Contented sigh
  • Earlier
  • Park place?
  • L’ora della siesta, maybe
  • “Parent-approved” cereal
  • GPS approximation
  • “Stand” band, 1989