New York Times September 18 2019 Crossword Answers

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New York Times Crossword Answers September 18 2019

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  • “Bor-r-ring”
  • Part of a parade
  • Stir-fry pan
  • Time’s Person of the Year for 2008 and 2012
  • Lofty abode
  • Reverence
  • Stable base for a drilling rig
  • Deuce, in tennis
  • ___ Leppard
  • Exam with a max. score of 180
  • Part of the lymphatic system
  • Muffler attachment
  • See-through
  • Forerunners of cellphones
  • Feisty
  • Tony, e.g.
  • Spanish ___ (historic site in Rome)
  • “Bravo!”
  • Launch party?
  • Dark-tongued Chinese dogs
  • Bed smaller than a queen
  • Slam
  • Poles, e.g.
  • Prominent cockatoo feature
  • “A little thing that makes a big difference,” per a popular saying
  • Props (up)
  • “The Sheik of ___” (1920s song)
  • Weapon in Clue
  • Late bloomers
  • Comes down with
  • Bankroll
  • Universal life force
  • How a perfect pitch comes … or a hint to the missing parts of the shaded answers
  • Overly
  • Loathing
  • Wash off
  • Ares, to Zeus
  • Rector’s residence
  • Feast without yeast
  • Cobra feature
  • Tony’s counterpart
  • Feature of a skate park
  • Ballpark figure
  • Green-headed duck
  • Like some errors and attractions
  • Split
  • Treasure on the Spanish Main
  • Blimps and zeppelins
  • Tones down
  • Tall landmark in many a town
  • Boo-boo
  • Eager
  • Garage sale caveat
  • Welcoming wreath
  • Prefix with watt
  • Gushes
  • Symbol of China
  • Be in store for
  • Business often combined with a minimart
  • Hat worn by Abraham Lincoln
  • Dedicatee of a Beethoven bagatelle
  • Dings
  • Of questionable repute
  • Popular mixer
  • Trampled
  • “American Idol” quest
  • They may follow shots
  • Boiling blood
  • Meyers of late-night TV
  • “I can take it from here”
  • Stops procrastinating
  • “Get outta here!”
  • Serengeti herd
  • Trachea
  • Vaulted recess
  • Certain animals playing in “Home on the Range”
  • Have the best time, say
  • Kind of filling