New York Times October 6 2019 Crossword Answers

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New York Times Crossword Answers October 6 2019

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  • What helicopter rotors do
  • “___ to Psyche”
  • Bartók and Lugosi
  • Seven Sisters school that went coed in 1969
  • Famous feature of the Florence Cathedral
  • Romulus, exempli gratia
  • It goes up with alcohol consumption
  • Cereal mascot since 1933
  • N.Y.C.-based dance troupe
  • Memoirist
  • Psalm 63 opening
  • Unable to choose
  • Blood drive worker
  • On the way
  • Many
  • Tactless
  • Marsh flora
  • Rapper Lil ___ X
  • Journalist and author
  • Maui setting: Abbr.
  • Downwind
  • Mimic
  • Quarry, e.g.
  • Raise one’s spirits
  • Weighed on
  • Gangster’s gun
  • Large print source
  • Org. for the Demon Deacons and Blue Devils
  • Sci-fi author
  • Observance on Yom Kippur or during Ramadan
  • H.S. class for future engineers, say
  • Spoke with a forked tongue
  • Guides of a sort
  • “From where I sit,” briefly
  • Increases
  • Word appearing on only one current U.S. coin (the nickel)
  • Bit
  • Yonder
  • Medium on display at Brickworld
  • Famed rights advocate
  • Agcy. that supports entrepreneurs
  • Many a middle schooler
  • Sounds during a strep test
  • 1976 hit whose title is sung just before the line “Take it easy”
  • Buenos ___
  • Sis’s sib
  • Isn’t in the black
  • Information on a game box
  • The so-called “winter blues,” for short
  • Noted politician and orator
  • “Honor”-able org.
  • Gush
  • Largest cell in the human body
  • Got by
  • Yeats’s homeland
  • Brings up
  • Award for Best Moment, e.g.
  • The “1” of 10-1, say
  • American composer and lyricist
  • Canyon maker
  • Kissers
  • “I can’t understand this at all”
  • Half of a blackjack
  • Hideout
  • Star of the “Taken” film series
  • Wind ___
  • “Erie Canal” mule
  • Certain IDs
  • MS. units
  • Site of the first Ironman race (1978)
  • Words accompanying “Uh-oh!”
  • Moved, as in a greenhouse
  • ___ pro nobis
  • Factor affecting a bond’s rating
  • Took by threat
  • Actor on Time’s list of the 100 most important people of the 20th century
  • California’s ___ River
  • Reclined
  • Hex’d
  • Playing on both sides
  • “I ___” (sticker message)
  • “I’ll take that as ___”
  • Parts of a portfolio: Abbr.
  • Iconic environmental book
  • Maker of the classic Radarange
  • Concludes one’s case
  • “Ghosts” playwright
  • Forest mother
  • River through Dortmund
  • Model of vengeful obsession
  • Part of a Swiss bank account
  • One good at reading emotions
  • Boating hazard
  • Something a house might be built on
  • Epigrammatic
  • Brand in the dessert aisle
  • Clue collectors, for short
  • Grow a fondness for
  • Grub
  • Assoc.
  • Includes surreptitiously
  • Melds
  • Left on board
  • High percentage of criminals?
  • No longer green, say
  • Popular sans-serif typeface
  • Truism based on a line by Gertrude Stein
  • Major source of coffee beans
  • Mass-produced response?
  • Inspiration for a horror movie?
  • Nobelist Pavlov
  • Hammer feature
  • U.K. honours
  • Choreographer Twyla
  • Trio often heard in December
  • Northern borders?
  • Can’t do without
  • Runners support it
  • Place of security
  • What causes a will-o’-the-wisp
  • Ann and Andy, notably
  • The King of Latin Pop
  • Popular sports news website
  • ExxonMobil abroad
  • Promise
  • Heavy responsibility
  • Comment following an unrepentant admission
  • Symbolic socioeconomic divider
  • Less bumpy
  • Suffix with sex or text
  • Get the show on the road
  • Número de Maravillas del Mundo Antiguo
  • Get one’s hair just right
  • Bits of work
  • Something a cobbler may hold
  • “It’s fun to stay at the ___” (1978 hit lyric)
  • Miracle-___
  • Org. for docs
  • Bit of animation
  • About one-quarter of a high school: Abbr.