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New York Times Crossword Answers October 14 2021
NOTE: Click any of the clues below to find the answer
Rock star Cobain
Q: How much does it cost to park at stadiums? A: ___
Postpone, as enrollment
Captain in “The Mysterious Island”
“My allergies are really acting up!”
Sicily’s highest peak
Unusual time to start a vacation
“It ___” (pompous arrival’s declaration)
“That third strike cost us the game!”
Like Swarthmore, but not Bryn Mawr
Food industry lobby, for short
Not leave to chance
Run for fun, perhaps
Spanish 101 verb
“I keep losing things in the dryer!”
Mitch’s husband on “Modern Family”
Architect ___ Ming Pei
Head across the pond?
Ella Fitzgerald forte
“My iPhone never works!”
Wearer of a “Y” sweatshirt
Stand by the pool, maybe
Fit for the task
“This bug spray is useless!”
Marquis de ___
Like many a campfire story
It may be on the house
One who’s got your back
National Medal of Arts recipient whose novel “Juneteenth” was published posthumously
Puzzle whose name comes from the Japanese for “cleverness squared”
Fountain near the Spanish Steps
“What’s the point in me even trying”
Easter egg decorator
Place to purchase pencils and paint
Lemon or turkey
Upped the ante
Microsoft Surfaces, e.g.
The Big Easy
Typical college interviewees: Abbr.
Business that offers body waxing
Creatures named for their changing shape
Roald Dahl heroine
Nickname for the subzero 1967 N.F.L. Championship Game
Balls in a pocket
Recipe that might call for ginger and soy sauce
Word with fair or fight
Chooses to receive marketing emails, say
Prize declined by Sartre
Just scrape (by)
Bit of creativity
Is after you?