New York Times September 15 2021 Crossword Answers

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New York Times Crossword Answers September 15 2021

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  • ___ Modern (London gallery)
  • Put down in writing?
  • Being
  • Word with rest or play
  • Garten of eatin’
  • “You got me there”
  • Socket replacement?
  • Ticks off
  • Kind of tank
  • Puppy’s bite
  • Amazon tree hugger
  • Card game cry
  • Canine covering?
  • Four-footed friends
  • Exclamation of shock, spelled in a modern way
  • Crossed (out)
  • Ascend
  • According to
  • Batter’s additions?
  • Gabbana’s partner in fashion
  • Burger topping
  • Achy
  • Feudal plot
  • Save it for a rainy day
  • Old rug in a courtroom?
  • Cedar relative
  • The “E” in B.C.E.
  • “I do,” for one
  • Roughly speaking?
  • Phrased
  • Basketball feint … or a hint to 17-, 24-, 36- and 46-Across?
  • Make it through a difficult period
  • Prohibit
  • “De ___” (“You’re welcome”: Fr.)
  • Alliterative “Doctor” of children’s literature
  • Cent : euro :: ___ : krona
  • They can be even, paradoxically
  • Prepares to score on a sac fly
  • Garfield’s romantic interest, in the comics
  • “Short and stout” singer of nursery rhyme
  • Steinbeck’s “___ of Eden”
  • Like a mathematical function that changes at different intervals
  • Whichever
  • When doubled, a 2010s dance fad
  • Amazon’s business, informally
  • Like some offensive humor
  • Harbor hauler
  • Old refrigerators
  • Hammer ___ (certain summer Olympian)
  • Collaborative principle in improv comedy
  • “Toy Story” antagonist
  • Casual refusal
  • One end of the Iditarod
  • Easy-to-read newspaper
  • Preacher’s cry
  • Like fish and rock walls
  • Inc. cousin
  • “Big deal”
  • 57-Down competitor
  • Sends on
  • Once more
  • “Let’s Make a Deal” choice
  • Expelled
  • Not many
  • Shaking in one’s boots
  • Chanced
  • Self-grooms
  • Turn inside out
  • Competition where you might pull a calf?
  • Jupiter or Mars
  • Prefix with futurism
  • Indie pop’s Tegan and Sara, e.g.
  • “I May Destroy You” network
  • Musician’s asset