NY Times Crossword 21 May 22, Saturday

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Across

Clues Answers
Rolls dough, perhaps? CAR PAYMENT
Roll an ill-timed seven, with “out” CRAP …
It’s all black and white OREO COOKIE
Veg out LOLL
Che Guevara, when he wrote “The Motorcycle Diaries” MED STUDENT
Private org. involved in the most Supreme Court cases ACLU
Chic MODISH
Some Yamaha products JET SKIS
Settled down ALIT
Selena’s “Baila ___ Cumbia” ESTA
Zoo heavyweight RHINO
Didn’t play, say SAT
What a duck might be BATH TOY
Actor Levy DAN
Climb the social ladder, in a way MARRY UP
Function ROLE
It nowadays offers streaming recommendations TV GUIDE
Common pharmacy orders REFILLS
Purchase at a pro shop WOOD
Barbecue coating MEAT RUB
Spanish diminutive suffix -ITO
Schedule with little room for spontaneity SET PLAN
Go back EBB
___ Gabler, Ibsen title character HEDDA
Kind of sheet SPEC
Catherine, e.g., in “Jules et Jim” AMIE
NyQuil shelfmate ADVIL PM
Doles out ALLOTS
___ rage ‘ROID
Ventriloquist’s prop, maybe HAND PUPPET
Names DUBS
Makes clearly understood DRIVES HOME
Editor’s overruling STET
Like some cookie cutters STAR-SHAPED

Down

Clues Answers
They can lead to long sentences COMMAS
Nipple ring? AREOLA
Website with the slogan “Dive into anything” REDDIT
Put forward POSIT
Isn’t oneself? ACTS
“Yeah, that’s right!” YOU HEARD ME!
Admin on 3-Down, e.g. MOD
Barely make do, with “by” EKE …
Michelangelo, e.g. NINJA TURTLE
Word before and after “à” TETE
Look bad together CLASH
Many a Rolling Stone cover subject ROCK IDOL
At the end of the day ALL IN ALL
What some invitees bring to parties PLUS-ONES
“___ me!” TRY
Opposite of dewy-eyed STREET-SMART
Lord’s Prayer possessive THY
Antioxidant drink brand BAI
Luxury attire for white-tie events OPERA CAPES
Feature of many a military obstacle course MUD
Lightly roast RIB
Devotees of Team Edward and Team Jacob, in fandom slang TWIHARDS
Unseated VOTED OUT
Positive impression GOOD VIBE
“Sounds like a good time!” FUN!
“There’s an ___ for that” APP
___ Minella (monkey Muppet) SAL
Genre for the All-American Rejects EMO POP
Rude refusal BITE ME
Outshone BESTED
Accomplished, old-style DIDST
Early software version ALPHA
Results of some successful defenses PHDS
Verdant LUSH
Long of “The Best Man” NIA
Save for later, in a way DVR