New York Times October 24 2021 Crossword Answers

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New York Times Crossword Answers October 24 2021

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  • One known as “the Alive, the Eternal”
  • Checkout option
  • Org. featured in 2011’s “Contagion”
  • Tiff
  • ___ Rose, Catherine O’Hara’s character on “Schitt’s Creek”
  • Chevron subsidiary
  • Language in the Tai family
  • Kind of skirt
  • Your ex’s new date whom you just can’t stand?
  • Tabloid twosome
  • Lose sleep (over)
  • Off
  • “Su-u-ure”
  • Half of a legal warning
  • There are 24 in a cuboctahedron
  • Make a big stink
  • Kegels, e.g.?
  • Getting up there
  • Poet Rainer Maria ___
  • “___ yourself”
  • First winner of the Nebula Award for best science fiction novel (1965)
  • It’s just passing
  • Therapists’ org.
  • Director Craven
  • First square of a crossword?
  • Walking the dog, for instance
  • One might bend over backward
  • Who actually lives in Lapland, some say
  • Accord maker
  • 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.?
  • Raison d’___
  • Do a certain developer’s job
  • Something a mover or a movie might have
  • Threesome
  • 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?
  • Trident look-alike
  • ___ jam
  • Small bird
  • “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?
  • Orangish shade
  • Fill with joy
  • Stirs up
  • Doctor Zhivago
  • Where subs are standard
  • Semiaquatic creature
  • Missing
  • Blackjack dealer?
  • Niche mag
  • Stick (out)
  • Product that increases volume
  • “Moonlight” actress Janelle
  • Joie de vivre
  • One doing inside work
  • Chain whose name derives from its founders, the Raffel brothers
  • Orchard products
  • Book before Obadiah
  • Converted apartment, perhaps
  • “That’s ___”
  • Question after an argument has died down
  • Solo traveling in space
  • Crafts
  • 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”
  • Fills (in)
  • One hell of a writer?
  • One way for packages to arrive, in brief
  • Protect
  • “Quiet!,” rudely
  • Lager alternatives
  • Subdued
  • “It takes a licking and keeps on ticking” brand
  • Herb used in smudging rites
  • Theater award
  • Stars
  • Approached
  • Actress Moreno
  • ___ Kong
  • Melee
  • Abdominal procedure, for short
  • Skin-care brand
  • Dry biscuit used as baby food
  • Op. ___ (footnote abbr.)
  • Any slice of pizza, geometrically
  • Greek goddess associated with witchcraft
  • Archaeologist’s workplace
  • Workers’ advocate, informally
  • Young partner?
  • Back way, often
  • Winona of “Stranger Things”
  • Work, work, work
  • Texas border city
  • “C’est la vie”
  • “Ay” follower
  • “Now We Are Six” author
  • Crush, as a test
  • German denials
  • 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
  • Vaccine holder
  • In with
  • 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
  • Actor/comedian Barinholtz
  • Dieted
  • 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.
  • Visually evaluate
  • Out of practice
  • Boo-oo-oo, say
  • Boo-boo
  • Smear
  • Site for some creative entrepreneurs
  • What Vulcan’s forge lay underneath, in myth
  • Sport
  • “___ chic!”
  • Party people, for short?
  • Repeated word in the U.S. postal creed
  • Rapscallion