NY Times Crossword 25 Nov 22, Friday

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Clues Answers
Book of legends ATLAS
Site of 2022’s “Woman, Life, Freedom” protests IRAN
Biryani base RICE
Funny bones? LOADED DICE
Green giant, maybe OGRE
Cheesy snack pockets PIZZA ROLLS
___ party POOL
Artful SLY
List of players LINEUP
Site for artisans ETSY
Expressed joy, in a way WEPT
The Mayans’ Chichén Itzá, e.g. RUINS
Port authorities? WINE SNOBS
Touch, for one IPOD
Actress Tomei MARISA
Upper arm muscle, for short TRI
Ohio sluggers REDS
Canoodles, in England SNOGS
“___ Gone,” Hall & Oates hit SHE’S
Sample TRY
Garment that’s pulled over the head PONCHO
Quiches, e.g. PIES
Enjoyed oneself tremendously HAD A BLAST
Rocking toy, to a tot HORSY
Film about fish tanks? SCUM
Some coffee or ice cream orders MOCHAS
Parrot APE
Barbecue blends RUBS
Animal that’s more akin to a squirrel than a canine, despite its name PRAIRIE DOG
Cruise stop, often ISLE
Bond issuer? IAN FLEMING
Heated competition? MEET
Came down ALIT
Campus squares QUADS


Clues Answers
Range across eight countries ALPS
Travail TOIL
Like a ne’er-do-well LAZY
Shaping tool ADZ
Closed up SEALED
Whiner’s “You can’t make me!” I DON’T WANNA!
Tick off RILE
Org. originally founded to support conscientious objectors ACLU
Coffee-brewing portmanteau NESPRESSO
Enlist ROPE IN
“Beats me” I GOT NOTHIN’
Wriggly EELY
Problem for a plumber DRIP
Balls (up) WADS
Megan Rapinoe’s team USA
Costumer’s measurement GIRTH
London has a “Royal” one OPERA HOUSE
Performer whose face is rarely seen BODY DOUBLE
Classic Camaros IROCS
Late assignment NIGHT SHIFT
Actress Spacek SISSY
Annual bodybuilding competition won 10 times by Iris Kyle MS OLYMPIA
___ folder SPAM
“Reading Rainbow” airer PBS
Purchase for a creative kid ART SET
Title girl of a 1957 Dale Hawkins hit SUSIE Q
Psychologist Jung CARL
Puritanical PRIM
Like some contraceptives ORAL
“Please?” CAN I?
___ Victoria, singer known for her “gothic blues” style ADIA
Setting for many a Monet painting POND
They’re fit to be dyed EGGS
Creature frequently depicted in Indigenous Australian art EMU