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New York Times Crossword Answers January 28 2021
NOTE: Click any of the clues below to find the answer
Singer Del Rey
Giant walking combat vehicle in “Star Wars” films
Not just occasionally
Release, as a song, in modern lingo
“OK, you win”
Something directly following a penultimate position — that is to say, diametrically opposed to a primary one
Gracefully send away
Girl group with the 1999 #1 album “FanMail”
Lie in the sun
L iKe aN Ov eN
“Bullet” in a food fight
Golden blades that may be tenderly chew’d by equine or bovine beings
None of it is good, as the saying goes
One committing insurance fraud, maybe
___ Halles (central food market in Paris, once)
It may end with a reality check
The cat’s meow, baby. Dig?
Follower of pigs or cows
Name meaning “born again”
Drink from a machine
Colorful kind of shirt
Common congestion points
Figure skater, for one
With more of the same sort
Donna ___, 2014 Pulitzer winner for “The Goldfinch”
Mistakke, of a sort?
Agreed to tie the knot
North African capital
“That most odious and antisocial of all passions”: John Stuart Mill
Human rights lawyer Clooney
What crystal jellies do when disturbed
___ Men (one-hit wonder group of 2000)
Not doing a darn thing
Cry toward the end of a list
Source of some omega-3s
It may be rolled out for exercise
Competitor of 21-Down
Tape recorder button
TV producer Chaiken
Classic name in audio equipment
Shakespeare character who says “How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is / To have a thankless child!”
Model in a science classroom
Alternative to an ellipsis