NY Times Crossword 19 May 19, Sunday

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“Full Frontal With Samantha Bee” channelTBS
Counterpart of “highway” in an m.p.g. ratingCITY
Little rapscallionsIMPS
Weapon that’s thrownBOLAS
Male buddy, in slangBRAH
Source of some penetrating notesOBOE
In two piecesAPART
Took a chill pillCOOLED DOWN
Danger for coastal residentsSTORM SURGE
He hosted the second-ever episode of “Saturday Night Live”PAUL SIMON
Event in nuclear physicsCOLD FISSION
It “should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable,” according to a sayingART
Incompetent sort, slangilyMOOK
Braves’ division, brieflyNL EAST
War loser, usuallyTREY
Like beer and baking doughYEASTY
Try Sinatra at karaoke, sayCROON
Member of a South Asian diasporaDESI
Format accommodating poor visionLARGE TYPE
Fate, in Greek mythMOIRA
Like some sheetsSATIN
Depiction in Bosch’s “The Garden of Earthly Delights”EDEN
“I kid you not!”TRULY!
Vietnamese soupPHO
Went whitePALED
For the most partMAINLY
1972 Bill Withers hitUSE ME
The miser’s daughter in Molière’s “The Miser”ELISE
Cuddly-looking bearPANDA
They’re full of hot airDRIERS
Shoe with lots of holesCROC
Crash site?COT
Alternative to CorinthianIONIC
First word in many a limerickTHERE
H. H. Munro’s pseudonymSAKI


Gym rat’s developmentWORKOUT ROUTINE (moving up “trout”)
High pitch, maybeBALL
1984 Steve Perry hitSHE’S MINE
Act overprotectively towardMOLLYCODDLE (moving up “cod”)
Bygone Apple laptopIBOOK
Word with boom or skipTOWN
Acher’s lamentI’M SORE
Lumbers (along)PLODS
One working on an estateSERF
Role for a biology grad student, perhapsLAB ASSISTANT (moving up “bass”)
Works with numbersOPUSES
One might be thrown from a horseLARIAT
Flotilla of merchant shipsARGOSY
Hospital tubeSTENT
Animal with tusksBOAR
Worker with numbers, for shortCPA
French fashion iconDIOR
Does groundbreaking work?MINES
The “Aladdin” song “A Whole New World” takes place on oneMAGIC CARPET RIDE (moving up “carp”)
Approx. 1,055 joulesBTU
Refuses to shareHOGS
What a cake candle often representsYEAR
Give it up, so to speakCLAP
Fencing swordEPEE
Like “mailman” and “waitress”GENDERED
Cowboys and SpursTEAMS
Barbra Streisand album “A Love Like ___”OURS
“Uh … sure”I GUESS SO …
Like the central planet in “Dune”ARID
SurprisedCAUGHT UNAWARES (moving up “tuna”)
Not 100%ILL
Rival of BAL and BOSNYY
Gave extra juiceSUPERCHARGED (moving up “perch”)
Family businessMAFIA
Tres y tresSEIS
Actress Petty of “A League of Their Own”LORI
What might get you a “ladle” drunk?SPIKED PUNCH (moving up “pike”)
Handyperson’s inits.DIY
Sushi topperROE
Quaff quicklyCHUG
Engineer who coined the term “horsepower”WATT
Hilton alternativeOMNI
Sounds of disappointmentTSKS
Something journalists may work onSPEC
Its wingspan can reach 30 feetMANTA RAY
Problem usually encountered at nightAPNEA
Aetna’s business: Abbr.INS
Say uncleGIVE IN
Searched for truffles, maybeROOTED
Delightful event?OUTAGE
Stretching or tightening muscleTENSOR
Dangling part of a roosterWATTLE
Isle named for a Gaelic goddessEIRE
Shade of blackSABLE
Capital once known as Thang Long (“Ascending Dragon”)HANOI
Like some boomsSONIC
Bow-wielding godEROS
Mini manufacturerBMW
Meter readingFARE
Erato’s instrumentLYRE
Bit of old-fashioned animationCEL