NY Times Crossword 17 May 21, Monday

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Across

Clues Answers
___ Newton (cookie) FIG
Salty water BRINE
In ___ land (dreaming) LA-LA
Many a craft brew, in brief IPA
Just before the weekend FRIDAY
Big name in polo shirts IZOD
Alternative to Zumba JAZZERCISE (starts with “ja”)
___ pro quo QUID
“Don’t get any funny ___” IDEAS
Ad ___ committee HOC
Opportunities to play in games TURNS
Govt. org. with a classified budget NSA
Chevy S.U.V. TAHOE
Donated GAVE
Where to order a Blizzard DAIRY QUEEN (starts with “da”)
Poem of tribute ODE
Trader ___ (restaurant eponym) VIC
Break into with intent to steal BURGLE
Illegally downloaded PIRATED
Early offering, as of goods PRESALE
More sunburned REDDER
Mai ___ (cocktail) TAI
“Look what I ___!” DID
Supposed means of communication with the dead OUIJA BOARD (starts with “oui”)
Employs USES
When some local news airs AT SIX
… — … SOS
Construction details SPECS
Like many HDTVs, in brief LCD
Change with the times ADAPT
Interlaced threads WOVE
Biggest city in South Dakota SIOUX FALLS (starts with “si”)
Like, with “to” AKIN
Noted portrait photographer Anne GEDDES
Place to apply ChapStick LIP
What ice cubes do in the hot sun MELT
Lock of hair TRESS
What the circled letters all mean YES

Down

Clues Answers
Country whose name is a brand of bottled water FIJI
Apple tablet IPAD
Fixed look GAZE
“I’m f-f-freezing!” BRR!
Like the 1% RICH
Nonsensical IDIOTIC
Daytona 500 acronym NASCAR
CBS logo EYE
Kahlúa and Sambuca LIQUEURS
Côte d’___ (French Riviera) AZUR
Cut of a pork roast LOIN
Puts two and two together, say ADDS
Admit, with “up” FESS …
Grey who wrote “Riders of the Purple Sage” ZANE
Chef’s hat TOQUE
Most words ending in “-ly” ADVERBS
Cars with gas/electric engines HYBRIDS
Lose one’s amateur status GO PRO
Fancy goodbye ADIEU
Giuseppe who composed “Rigoletto” VERDI
Assistance AID
“Holy smokes!” EGADS!
Singer Goulding ELLIE
Food, water and air NEEDS
Next (to) ADJACENT
Things milking machines attach to TEATS
Number on a miniature golf card PAR
Some reading for an I.R.S. auditor TAX CODE
Slicker OILIER
Meat-inspecting org. USDA
Ham-handed sorts OAFS
Participated in the first third of a triathlon SWAM
Rude touch POKE
“Don’t be ___” (Google motto) EVIL
Clothing, informally DUDS
Friend in a conflict ALLY
Ballet bend PLIE
Measures of salt and sugar: Abbr. TSPS
One crying “Hup, two, three, four!”: Abbr. SGT
Critical marks on treasure maps XES