New York Times October 21 2020 Crossword Answers

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New York Times Crossword Answers October 21 2020

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  • Bellyache
  • What many people have for public speaking
  • “We ___ loudest when we ___ to ourselves”: Eric Hoffer
  • Taj Mahal city
  • College in Manhattan
  • Halloween time: Abbr.
  • Ways to cross a river in Switzerland?
  • Big expense for some city dwellers
  • Old Glory’s land, for short
  • Funny Brooks
  • Prop for Mr. Peanut
  • Crow, e.g.
  • Fixed a mistake at a card table
  • First showing at a film festival in France?
  • Co. that merged into Verizon
  • Owned
  • ___ Conventions
  • Supercharge, as an engine
  • Lightly touch, as with a handkerchief
  • Wyoming-to-Missouri dir.
  • Chinese dynasty circa A.D. 250
  • Actress Brie of “Mad Men”
  • Colorful fish
  • Creator of sketches, in brief
  • Census taker in India?
  • Like Barack Obama’s presidency
  • Loads
  • Denny’s competitor
  • Mensa stats
  • Urban sitting spot
  • Classic tattoo word
  • Police dragnet in South Korea?
  • Spanish article
  • How cafĂ© may be served
  • “If you’re asking me,” in textspeak
  • W-2 fig.
  • Fairly
  • “___ Eyes” (1975 Eagles hit)
  • Hindu title of respect
  • Expel
  • Misspeaking, e.g.
  • Some derivative stories, colloquially
  • Brew with hipster cred
  • American pop-rock band composed of three sisters
  • Said “I’ll have …”
  • Cone-shaped corn snacks
  • Swelling reducer
  • Sounds of satisfaction
  • Broadcast often seen at 6:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m.
  • “That is too much for me”
  • To be: Fr.
  • Cake with rum
  • Battle of Normandy city
  • Increase, as resolution
  • Watches Bowser, say
  • Dueling sword
  • Catch
  • Skate park feature
  • Many a May or June honoree
  • Some fund-raisers
  • 1975 hit by the Electric Light Orchestra
  • “Just ___” (Nike slogan)
  • Very long time
  • Union workplace
  • Small citrus fruit
  • Baltimore athlete
  • If-___ (computer programming statement)
  • Wholesale’s opposite
  • Like a bad apple
  • 2014 Winter Olympics locale
  • “___ in the Morning” (bygone radio show)
  • Narrow opening
  • Sound: Prefix
  • Gradually weaken
  • Home of most of the members of NATO: Abbr.
  • Total mess