NY Times Crossword 12 Oct 19, Saturday

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Across

Clues Answers
Crumbly salad ingredient FETA
Halves of some measurements WIDTHS
It might involve a DNA test CSI
Love of mythology? AMOR
Exam required before entering uni A-LEVEL
Something good in baseball, but bad in banking RUN
Kind of ball for indoor play NERF
Usually nonremunerative undertaking PET PROJECT
It’s named for a Norse goddess of wisdom: Abbr. FRI
Will figure SON
Supersede REPLACE
Funk of Funk & Wagnalls ISAAC
Punk cousin EMO
“Right on” AMEN
Characters in “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World” COMMAS
Batman portrayer of TV and film ADAM WEST
Request softener NO PRESSURE
Online feed letters RSS
A spy might send a message in one SECRET CODE
Unaccredited university, say DEGREE MILL
Do some basic math ADD
Green giant SIERRA CLUB
Sound around a cradle DIAL TONE
“Miss ___” SAIGON
Capitol Hill activity VOTE
1969 novel subtitled “Ardor: A Family Chronicle” ADA
Brandon ___, lead role in 1999’s “Boys Don’t Cry” TEENA
Northern fishers’ implements ICE SAWS
Arctic explorer John RAE
Skin pic TAT
Screen for a shooter LENS FILTER
Corrupt, in British slang BENT
Big Ten East sch. PSU
Genesis peak ARARAT
Bring down RAZE
Crossed MET
Lax in duty REMISS
___ Bongo, president of Gabon for 42 years OMAR

Down

Clues Answers
Amateur work based on existing characters, informally FANFIC
Boston college EMERSON
Singer with the 1992 double-platinum album “Little Earthquakes” TORI AMOS
Sound from a toy ARF!
Newspaper with the slogan “Democracy Dies in Darkness,” in brief WAPO
“The L Word” creator Chaiken ILENE
Case worker: Abbr. DET
One who runs the show TV PRODUCER
“___, boy!” HERE
Not stay in the bucket SLOP
Joe might need this CREAMER
A “lousy teacher,” per Bill Gates SUCCESS
Partner of purposes INTENTS
“The Hunger Games” actress, in tabloids JLAW
Like promethium, among all the rare earth metals SCARCEST
Cranked (up) AMPED
Down pat MASTERED
Italian film director Leone SERGIO
Kitchen drawers? AROMAS
Treat, in a way MEDICATE
Tennis feat named for the athlete who achieved it in 2003 and 2015 SERENA SLAM
Woman’s name that sounds like two letters of the alphabet ELLIE
Winter Olympics pair LUGE TEAM
NyQuil alternative ADVIL PM
Bishop’s territory DIOCESE
Kind of bread with chopped fruit DATE NUT
Treasure trove BONANZA
Minimalist’s desire LESS
Flap one’s gums NATTER
Quarters AREAS
Way off AFAR
Kind of transfer WIRE
Language ___ ARTS
TNT element? TRI-
Dude BRO