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New York Times Crossword Answers February 13 2020
NOTE: Click any of the clues below to find the answer
Loops in, in a way
Marjoram, for one
Relative of a jaguarundi
Times when teachers go to school but students don’t
Where the lord’s work is done?
“___, do not think I flatter”: Hamlet
Vessel for dipping at a dinner table
“___ Nacht in Venedig” (operetta)
“___ that order!” (“Star Trek” command)
Onetime “Truth in engineering” sloganeer
“Haven’t the foggiest!”
Reference that arranges words by concept rather than alphabetically
On the house
Text-displaying technology for Kindles and Nooks
Something found on a neck
For the ages
Kind of yoga
Cousin of a sno-cone
Traveler’s text message, maybe
Take a chance … or a hint to the letters in the shaded squares
Buses and taxis have them nowadays
“I Am ___” (2013 best-selling autobiography)
Pants, in slang
Confer, as power
People profiled in hagiographies: Abbr.
Substance applied with a chamois
Classic children’s heroine once played in film by Shirley Temple
Suffix with Euclid
Many an Arthur C. Clarke work
Co-star of 2019’s “Marriage Story”
Noted painter of scenes of the Napoleonic Wars
Place for unique gifts
As good as it’s going to get?
Prefix with tourism
Children’s author who wrote “There is no one alive who is you-er than you!”
Less deserving of coal in one’s stocking
Pioneer in syllogistic logic
Like I Samuel among the books of the Old Testament
Some offensive linemen, for short
Ruth’s was 2.28
Locale in Wagner’s “Das Rheingold”
Popular Father’s Day gifts
Palindromic response to “Madam, I’m Adam”
Sources of attar
Dweller on the Bering Sea
Super Mario Bros. character with a mushroom head
Good resolution provider
Video game annoyance
Counterpart of sin