New York Times September 19 2020 Crossword Answers

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New York Times Crossword Answers September 19 2020

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  • It’s often made along with a birthday cake
  • Freshen, as a drink
  • Interruption
  • Smart relative?
  • Titular woman of classical music
  • They go around in circles
  • Kraken, for one
  • Wedding ring
  • “Don’t you worry”
  • Commanded
  • Russian letter in the spelling of “tsar”
  • ___ blaster (weapon for Emperor Zurg)
  • Ran rapidly
  • Contents of a certain pouch
  • Fresh
  • Org. concerned with choppers
  • “Whoa now, let’s think about this for a minute”
  • Shot required for international travel
  • Collection of precious texts
  • Classic couples’ retreat?
  • Symbols of hope during the American and French Revolutions
  • Where many connections are made
  • Angkor Wat, for one
  • ___ publica
  • Prune
  • Blockhead
  • Miserable
  • Kind of bean on the Big Island
  • On one’s way out, say
  • Meany of fiction
  • Georgia who played Georgette on 1970s TV
  • Admits, with “up”
  • This, that or the other
  • Beauty
  • Treatment during “sandal season,” informally
  • “That ___ so bad!”
  • Freezable products sold in pouches
  • Paradoxically, a close one might be hair-raising
  • Blood pigment
  • Staff you wouldn’t want to employ?
  • Colleague of Kent and Lane at the Daily Planet
  • Pocket that isn’t full of rye?
  • Kind of ID
  • So says
  • Opposite of kitsch
  • Went along with
  • TV “FYI,” of a sort
  • Get burnt
  • Three-star picture?
  • Historic sites in Hot Springs, Ark.
  • Blow it
  • Follower of Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Thorny subject
  • Free coffee, wellness programs, local discounts, etc.
  • Some quotes: Abbr.
  • Campaign contributions that are given anonymously
  • [There you have it!]
  • Choice between two options
  • Streamline, maybe
  • Double-crosser
  • Something avoided by a person with teleophobia
  • Send elsewhere (to)
  • “Camelot” composer
  • Upright
  • Product whose name comes from the Greek for “digestion”
  • Wax off?
  • Eldest sister in Chekhov’s “Three Sisters”
  • Unlikely serving at a Michelin-starred restaurant
  • Roadside initials
  • Like the latest, in the past