New York Times October 21 2021 Crossword Answers

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New York Times Crossword Answers October 21 2021

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  • Home of many Zoroastrians
  • No. on the back of a baseball card
  • Jazz drummer Jimmy
  • “Awkwafina Is ___ From Queens” (Comedy Central series)
  • Help when things are too hot to handle
  • “Tell me more …”
  • Where to find Amazon’s streams
  • Tombstone site, once
  • Number of Emily Dickinson poems, out of the 1,700 she wrote, that were published during her lifetime
  • Terse reprimand
  • Queen ___ (pop nickname)
  • Urban obstacle course activity
  • Things you saw while asleep?
  • Window components
  • Reddit Q&A
  • Type of angular momentum, in physics
  • Noodle container?
  • Animal on a Jägermeister bottle
  • Queen’s domain
  • Let loose
  • Words said with a sigh
  • x, for one
  • Pub purchase
  • Instruction in risotto recipes
  • Connect four in the game Connect Four, e.g.
  • Throws cold water on, say
  • Shine’s partner
  • Fail to maintain
  • Word before Kim, Wayne and Baby
  • Prone to blushing, say
  • It may be used to get away from a bank
  • Small digit
  • Stretch one’s legs
  • Request at a consulate
  • “You up?” text, maybe
  • Little salamanders
  • “___ Gotta Have It” (Spike Lee film)
  • Something taken in protest
  • Part of GPS: Abbr.
  • Fort Knox block
  • Accompaniers of knights
  • Clueless about current trends
  • One-billionth: Prefix
  • Many a cologne
  • Word in a Shakespearean incantation
  • Place to get paper with plastic?
  • Take more shots than
  • Toast sound
  • What “10” is not
  • Busy one
  • Familial term of address
  • Cricket segments
  • Choke
  • “Notorious” justice
  • Ferraro : Mondale :: ___ : McCain
  • Give a sworn statement in court
  • Taste common in tomatoes and mushrooms
  • Blowout
  • Scoreboard numbers when a baseball team puts up a “picket fence”
  • Attire seen in many Degas paintings
  • William ___, editor of The New Yorker for 35 years
  • Kind of short cut
  • Berry farm eponym
  • Freshness
  • Far from fresh
  • Variety
  • Sacks
  • French city nicknamed “The Capital of Flanders”
  • Big “S.N.L.” announcements
  • It’s bred for bread
  • Word before “Blue Eyes” or “Blue Dot” in titles
  • Jacques-___ Cousteau
  • “Arms and the Man” monogram
  • “Incredible!”
  • Hostile party
  • Ashen