NY Times Crossword 24 Oct 19, Thursday

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Clues Answers
Fail to invite, maybe SNUB
The Taj City AGRA
___ toast MELBA
Home to a majority of the world’s alpacas PERU
Spinnaker or spanker SAIL
Smith, sometimes ALIAS
When prefixed with 72-Across, what a friend wishes for you NOTHING BUT THE BEST
A matter worth considering NOTHING TO SNEEZE AT
Mythical meanie OGRE
“What ___?” ELSE
Plaint upon going through one’s closet NOTHING TO WEAR
Suggest gently HINT AT
Whale’s closest living land relative HIPPO
Words repeated in “___ right, or ___ right?” AM I
Delights in LOVES
They’re taken in chess TURNS
A small amount NOTHING MUCH
Introductory course? SALAD
“Piece of cake!” NOTHING TO IT!
Gladiatorial accessory SPEAR
Watch surreptitiously SPY ON
___ shot FLU
A, B and C, but not X, Y and Z NOTES
Bubbled, as a cauldron ROILED
Calumnies LIES
Unaltered AS IS
Magician’s claim NOTHING UP MY SLEEVE
In the thick of AMID
One in it for the long run? MILER
Palindromic woman ANNA
Result of atmospheric inversion SMOG
Old kind of pool STENO
Bridge scorecard heading THEY
Where Bill and Hillary Clinton met YALE


Clues Answers
Difficult situation SPOT
“Little ___ in Slumberland” (early comic) NEMO
“QB VII” author, 1970 URIS
Widely banned building material ASBESTOS
Part of a medical kit GAUZE
It’s a tradition RITE
Ski area in the Wasatch Mountains ALTA
Wild West? MAE
Displace by force ELBOW OUT
Feudal superior LIEGE
City whose name, appropriately, is an anagram of ARABS BASRA
Purple perennial ASTER
Address starter HTTP
Carrier that operates only six days a week EL AL
Go (for) OPT
Overly theatrical sorts HAMS
Repeated cry after “Stop shaking me!” I’M UP!
Deserving, to Santa NICE
Chips in HELPS
Opiner’s opener I SAY
Waterford offering VASE
😂 😂 😂 ROFL
Shade of green NILE
Drywall support STUD
Does a surfing trick HANGS TEN
Singer who played the title role in “Calamity Jane” DORIS DAY
___ deer ROE
Holiday song NOEL
Level TRUE
“Keep at it!” NOTHING IS EASY!
Comforts BALMS
Opening of a fitness motto USE IT
M-1, for one RIFLE
Jeff of the Electric Light Orchestra LYNNE
Totally dope, in dated slang PHAT
Ho Chi ___ City MINH
Heiress of Hartfield, in an 1816 novel EMMA
Popular Renaissance instrument VIOL
Sharp part EDGE
Stereotypical frat member BRO