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New York Times Crossword Answers January 24 2021
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Onetime Sony rival
Maker of the X6 and Z4
Doctors Without Borders, e.g.: Abbr.
“___ Dead?” (Mark Twain play)
Quickly learn one’s lesson?
Bookworms call dad?
South Beach and Paleo, for two
Swiss painter Paul
Company whose business is picking up?
Big Apple media inits.
Depletes, with “up”
A young Justice Ginsburg chuckles?
Singer Watson, a.k.a. Tones and I, with the 2019 hit “Dance Monkey”
Apt name for a lawyer
False accusation, informally
Fancy Feast alternative
One “R” in R&R
Do core exercises all day, every day?
Business for Sanders supporters?
Holiday dish served with sour cream or applesauce
Hard to handle, in a way
Response to an order
Burger King bingefest?
Alma mater for Spike Lee and Donald Glover, for short
With the greatest of ___
Sloped roof support
Govt. org. with a forerunner known as the Black Chamber
Dinner table expander
Supernova in our galaxy?
Follower of word or potato
Symbols in Twitter handles
Like ___ of sunshine
When E.M.T.s bring home the bacon?
“I mean …”
Members of the crow family
Heavier alternative to a foil
Guthrie who performed at Woodstock
Some astronomy Ph.D.s?
Longtime Japanese P.M. who stepped down in 2020
“Runnin'” team of N.C.A.A. Division I college basketball
Really good time
Capital near the North Sea
Prepare for a road trip, perhaps
End of a threat
Nora Ephron and Sofia Coppola, for two
The land down under?
Prickly covering of a seed
“___ the only one?”
Beatles title woman
“___ your request …”
Feature of a classical Greek drama
“The ___ — is wider than the Sky” (start of an Emily Dickinson poem)
Bit of fill-in-the-blanks fun
Subject of intl. treaties
Sports team V.I.P.s
Corporate money managers, for short
Result of a breast pocket mishap, maybe
Ally of the Brat Pack
Common baking pear
Sacred cross in ancient Egypt
Chance to go
Preserve, in a way
Only Stratego piece with a letter on it
Absorb, as sauce with bread
Give extra consideration, with “on”
Idaho, e.g., in dialect
Got hip, with “up”
How a door might be slammed
Subcontractor in a bathroom remodel
One may be nominated for a Hugo Award
Palindromic farm animal
“We ___ Overcome”
It helps in passing
Japan’s street food mecca
Diarist who documented the Great Plague of London
Eponym of the Detroit Lions field
Any Olympian, once
Drops an f-bomb, say
Coarse farm sound
Dangerous move on a busy highway
“Blueberries for ___” (kid-lit classic)
Legendary password stealer
Higher, as ambitions
Build-your-own Tex-Mex dish
Does a dog trick
Where hangers hang
They go wherever the wind blows
They can be batted and rolled
When high school seniors often visit the colleges that accepted them
Like binary questions
Attention hog, maybe
Portrait seen on renminbi bills
Car sticker fig.
“Roses ___ red …”