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New York Times Crossword Answers October 24 2021
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One known as “the Alive, the Eternal”
Org. featured in 2011’s “Contagion”
___ Rose, Catherine O’Hara’s character on “Schitt’s Creek”
Language in the Tai family
Kind of skirt
Your ex’s new date whom you just can’t stand?
Lose sleep (over)
Half of a legal warning
There are 24 in a cuboctahedron
Make a big stink
Getting up there
Poet Rainer Maria ___
First winner of the Nebula Award for best science fiction novel (1965)
It’s just passing
First square of a crossword?
Walking the dog, for instance
One might bend over backward
Who actually lives in Lapland, some say
Author of 29 Federalist Papers
Laugh and a half
Playwright who wrote “Those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything”
“I’ll be your waiter tonight,” e.g.?
Do a certain developer’s job
Something a mover or a movie might have
The “B” in its name stands for “brush”
Oldest independent state in the Arab world
Genre for “Booksmart” and “Clueless”
Conspiracy theory so wild that it can’t be aired?
“I did it!”
Southern cooking staple
Things you can crack without damaging them
Affix with a click
Plan to leave at a very specific evening time?
Fill with joy
Where subs are standard
Product that increases volume
“Moonlight” actress Janelle
Joie de vivre
One doing inside work
Chain whose name derives from its founders, the Raffel brothers
Book before Obadiah
Converted apartment, perhaps
Question after an argument has died down
Solo traveling in space
Frequent subjects of Taylor Swift songs
Measures, in music
Word that can precede or follow pack
Actor Menzies who won an Emmy for “The Crown”
One hell of a writer?
One way for packages to arrive, in brief
“It takes a licking and keeps on ticking” brand
Herb used in smudging rites
Abdominal procedure, for short
Dry biscuit used as baby food
Op. ___ (footnote abbr.)
Any slice of pizza, geometrically
Greek goddess associated with witchcraft
Workers’ advocate, informally
Back way, often
Winona of “Stranger Things”
Work, work, work
Texas border city
“C’est la vie”
“Now We Are Six” author
Crush, as a test
Members of a certain den
Enter without permission
A wood frog’s ability to freeze itself in winter and an octopus’s ability to change color, for two
Props for majorettes
Bird with an annual 18,000-mile round-trip migration
Instrument that’s a homophone of 69-Down
Crucifix inscription inits.
___ New York (Brooklyn neighborhood)
2020 Democratic also-ran
It’s nada to Nadal
Summer shoe style
Bed of straw
Who’s talking on the phone?
Personality that’s hard to read
Pass over, in a way
Mathematician John Forbes ___ Jr.
Out of practice
Site for some creative entrepreneurs
What Vulcan’s forge lay underneath, in myth
Party people, for short?
Repeated word in the U.S. postal creed