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New York Times Crossword Answers October 22 2021
NOTE: Click any of the clues below to find the answer
“___ and Basie!” (1963 jazz album)
Calendar heading named for a Norse deity: Abbr.
“Everything’s going to be fine”
Artist colony in a desert
Digital color presentation?
Vegetable also called “ladies’ fingers”
Colon or semicolon, in an emoticon
“Men in Black” antagonists
Something that may be packed
Heckerling who directed “Look Who’s Talking” and “Clueless”
Comment after an amazing statement
What might be found between X and Z?
Subj. for class cut-ups?
Direction of many a lavatory on a plane
One-fourth of KISS
Olympic skater Midori
___ Chang, Harry Potter’s first love interest
1982 Disney film with a 2010 sequel
It covers a lot of ground
Spirits of Greece
Like a tapestry
___ Sarnoff, Warner Bros. C.E.O. beginning in 2019
Participated in a pistol duel
They’re full of opinions
Helicopter traffic reporter on “The Simpsons”
Bends at the Bolshoi
[I forgot the words …]
Actress Pompeo of “Grey’s Anatomy”
Adornments sometimes made with kukui nuts
Vapers don’t get it
Tries chai, say
Quartet in Revelation
Nation conspicuously missing from the Wilson-proposed League of Nations, in brief
How you might count to five
Dining with one’s child?
Countertop or flooring materials
Children’s author/illustrator Hoff
Problem for a king
Cry made while swinging a baton
“Put a tiger in your tank” sloganeer
Roman army leader
Cellphone plan concern
Card game in which jacks are the top four trumps
Got out of Dodge, say
Some kitchen appliances
Tennessee governor who became president
“Say no more”
Herb often used in preparing potatoes and omelets
Is on first
Really come down
Move, maybe ominously
Take to another dimension?
Lead-in to cow or lion