NY Times Crossword 25 Jan 20, Saturday

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Across

Clues Answers
Self-conscious person’s exclamation DON’T JUDGE ME
Self-conscious person’s question AM I?
Once in a while, poetically EVER AND ANON
Get the heck out of Dodge LAM
What mathematicians call a lemniscate FIGURE EIGHT
Letters in film and the hotel business MGM
Burning feeling ANGER
At birth NEE
Whole head of hair MANE
Back-combs TEASES
Opposite of fortuitous ILL-TIMED
Guzzles, say DOWNS
Musical family name from Cremona AMATI
Dross SLAG
Problem with live-streaming LAG
Olden land north of Anglia SCOTIA
Chitchat PALAVER
Most baggy LOOSEST
Owners of the dogs Bo and Sunny OBAMAS
Home of the 2000 Summer Olympics: Abbr. AUS
Pistolet, par exemple ARME
Sign of spring ROBIN
Company Steve Jobs once owned PIXAR
Bit of off-season N.C.A.A. news TRANSFER
Take a bite out of? DEFANG
Popular video game of 2000, with “The” SIMS
Easy interview question LOB
Reason for a medal VALOR
And that’s a wrap! BOA
Fancy term for a long prison sentence DURANCE VILE
Get the heck out of Dodge RUN
One-third of a literary trio EMILY BRONTE
Fathead ASS
Hub of Memphis night life BEALE STREET

Down

Clues Answers
Get the grease out of DEFAT
Of a flock OVINE
Actress Ruth of “Loving” NEGGA
Levels TRUES
Shaken up JARRED
Ravel’s “Pavane Pour ___ Infante Défunte” UNE
Presidential monogram hidden in this clue DDE
Closing the gap GAINING
Author of “The Condition of the Working Class in England,” 1845 ENGELS
Bris official MOHEL
Otolaryngologist, familiarly ENT
Where did you go? ALMA MATER
Attractive quality MAGNETISM
Instant IMMEDIATE
Bubbly cocktail MIMOSA
Arch supports SOLES
___ Tuesday (modern restaurant promotion) TACO
“What happens when language fails,” per Margaret Atwood WAR
Garment made with spandex SPORTS BRA
Taxing LABORIOUS
Rosa Parks and Booker T. Washington, for two ALABAMANS
Urchins GAMINS
“Terrible, just terrible” SO SAD
Fleet at a distribution center VANS
First word in Yale’s motto LUX
Complete miss AIRBALL
Middle America, symbolically PEORIA
Go back (to) REVERT
Water park feature FLUME
Preferential treatment FAVOR
Something worn with flare? A-LINE
Nick of 2019’s “Angel Has Fallen” NOLTE
Nod at, say GREET
Nebraska senator Fischer DEB
Dec. 31 NYE
“I Love Lucy” network CBS