NY Times Crossword 14 Mar 20, Saturday

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Clues Answers
Openness CANDOR
Launch BOOT UP
State capital whose name is pronounced as one syllable (not two, as many think) PIERRE
What a good tip can lead to ARREST
Unnamed women JANE DOES
Activity for kids out for kicks? JV SOCCER
Dental hygienist’s order RINSE
___ justice DOES
Tastes, say HAS A SIP
Chain named phonetically after its founders ARBY’S
Refuse to go there! DUMP
Green org. USGA
So-called “good cholesterol” HDL
“Ah, all right” OH, I SEE
Participant in a 1990s civil war SERB
Thai neighbor LAO
Final part of a track race BELL LAP
It comes three after pi TAU
Member of an old Western empire INCA
Popular photo-sharing site FLICKR
Waiting room features TVS
Calls on ASKS
Tea company owned by Unilever TAZO
George W. Bush or George H. W. Bush YALIE
Handout at check-in KEY CARD
Rewards for good behavior, maybe PETS
Lumberjack AXMAN
Guy who’s easily dismissed MR NOBODY
It’s office-bound STENO PAD
“Amscray!” BUG OFF!
“Sounds ’bout right” I RECKON
N.L. Central player BREWER
Bouncer’s confiscation FAKE ID
Costing a great deal, informally SPENDY


Clues Answers
Reconciler, for short CPA
Prized footwear introduced in 1984 AIR JORDANS
Chronic pain remedy NERVE BLOCK
Around there OR SO
Force onto the black market, say BAN
“S.N.L.” castmate of Shannon and Gasteyer OTERI
Complex figure? OEDIPUS
Classic film with a game theme TRON
Neighbors of the Navajo UTES
Present POSE
Carnival bagful CARAMEL CORN
Informal name for a reptile that can seemingly run on water JESUS LIZARD
1990 Robin Williams title role CADILLAC MAN
Mexico’s national flower DAHLIA
Make a delivery SPEAK
Blubber SOB
“Quit horsing around!” SETTLE DOWN
Not needing a pump GRAVITY FED
Causes for censuring, maybe ABUSES
Glad competitor HEFTY
Wrench with power PRY
With disapproval or distrust ASKANCE
Roughly 251,655 miles, for Earth’s moon APOGEE
Ramen topping ENOKI
“Independents Day” author Lou DOBBS
“That’s rich!” AS IF!
Bonus, in ad lingo XTRA
Compliant MEEK
Pat on the back BURP
Peeved PO’D
Get burned FRY