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New York Times Crossword Answers January 18 2022
NOTE: Click any of the clues below to find the answer
“I feel pretty, ___ pretty” (“West Side Story” lyric)
Sore from exercise, say
Chicken or duck
Artificial feature in New York’s Central Park
Oak or beech
Possible requirements for joining a tattoo club?
It’s “the word”
Not great, as chances
Material easily mistaken for aluminum
A healthy person regularly calling in sick, e.g.?
Italian author Umberto
Lil ___ X
Italian author Ferrante
What a nervous public speaker sounds like?
As an ___ (parenthetically)
Intro to girl
Word in a “Batman” balloon
Org. that creates the G.R.E.
“Carrying the Banner” musical
Preceded in commenting on an adorable kitten photo, say?
Megan Thee Stallion genre
Annual festival in Austin, Tex.
Lucy’s empty-booth sign in “Peanuts” … or a hint to 16-, 24-, 37- and 55-Across
Single-serve coffee holder
Cannabis strain named for its regional origin
Prop for a tilting bookcase, say
Frequently, in poetry
“Isn’t that special!”
Reacted to a dreamboat, maybe
Lena or Ken of film and TV
Reform leader memorialized in the Stone of Hope, for short
Billie Eilish’s “Therefore ___”
Academic job security
It may be found above the mantle
The difference between a mini and a midi
Confident shout from an optimist
Singer Young or Diamond
High, flat land feature
“Star Wars” princess-turned-general
Ethan or Joel of filmmaking
Come face to face
“What’s the big ___?”
Transmissions triggering manhunts, for short
Really overdoing it, in slang
“They conned me!”
Olympic group with a red, white and blue insignia
Pet transported in a bike basket amid a whirlwind
Event with V-E Day and V-J Day
Dashboard reading, for short
“Hallowed be ___ name”