NY Times Crossword 12 Sep 19, Thursday

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Clues Answers
Extremity LIMB
Snags NABS
2001 title role for Audrey Tautou AMELIE
What Elvis Aaron Presley’s middle name is spelled with on his birth certificate ONE A
Part of Q.E.D. ERAT
Spinal Tap vis-à-vis 1980s rock bands PARODY
Thataway, from a crow’s-nest THAR
Fury at a husband leaving his entire estate to his mistress? WIDOW’S PIQUE (sounds like “widow’s peak”)
Mitch who wrote “Tuesdays With Morrie” ALBOM
Escape FLEE
Sturm ___ Drang UND
What an in-group uses for fishing? CLIQUE BAIT (sounds like “clickbait”)
Actor Reeves KEANU
Look at, biblically SEEST
Flight board abbr. ETD
Pull a cork from UNSTOP
Org. that might pocket your checks IRS
Org. that might check your pockets TSA
Top of a schedule, maybe LINE A
“Oh, I’m supposed to be in the line over there”? THAT’S MY QUEUE? (sounds like “that’s my cue”)
Dog with an upturned tail AKITA
One using foul language? UMP
World of Warcraft, e.g., for short RPG
Image on the back of a Canadian nickel BEAVER
What “team” has, it’s said NO I
Ed of “Up” ASNER
Short staff? ELVES
Some alcohol smuggled into a rodeo, say? BOOT LIQUOR (sounds like “boot licker”)
Silverback, e.g. APE
Author of the best-selling children’s book “Matilda” DAHL
Place in canopic jars, say INURN
Smudge on a theater sign? MARQUEE MARK (sounds like “Marky Mark”)
Secondhand sale stipulation AS IS
Sunburn aid ALOE
Many a scuba destination REEF
“Fuhgeddaboudit!” NO SOAP!
Those against NAYS
“Happy Motoring” sloganeer, once ESSO


Clues Answers
Alitalia Italy :: ___ : Poland : LOT
Asthmatic’s aid INHALER
Least crisp, as an apple MEALIEST
Some Labor Day events, informally BAR-B-QS
“It’s a ___” (“I’ve changed”) NEW ME
NPR host Shapiro ARI
Butter, in a dieter’s eyes BAD FAT
Without betraying emotion STOLIDLY
Stained-glass window locale APSE
Posting at many a park entrance MAP
Verdi’s “___ tu” ERI
Japanese plum LOQUAT
“You got me” I DUNNO
Assessed lasciviously EYED UP
Word with suit or blanket WET …
Bonus features on some DVDs OUTTAKES
Longtime staple of Thurs. night TV CSI
Grendel, e.g. BEAST
Reason to wear a brace KNEE PAIN
Grandson of Abraham ESAU
One, on a one UNUM
Flutter one’s eyelids, say STIR
Words after “You can’t fire me!” I QUIT!
“Hoo boy!” MAN OH MAN!
Some triage pros ER NURSES
Flowers named after the Greek physician of the gods PEONIES
Trespasser’s warning GRR!
Refrain from “Mulan” before “With all the force of a great typhoon” BE A MAN
City once represented in Congress by Beto O’Rourke EL PASO
Prevents AVERTS
“Well, isn’t that fancy!” OO LA LA!
Cat’s opposite SQUARE
Modern sweetie BAE
Count for a Facebook post LIKES
Very thought-provoking DEEP
Status ___ QUO
Tony winner Hagen UTA
Walt Disney’s older brother ROY
Air hub between LAX and Sea-Tac SFO