NY Times Crossword 26 Jun 21, Saturday

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Clues Answers
Writer who created Oz BAUM
“Obviously,” in slang NATCH
First word of “A Visit From St. Nicholas” ‘TWAS
“… with possibly direr consequences” … OR WORSE
___ Berliner, pioneer in phonograph records EMILE
Lex Luthor, to Superman ARCHFOE
Bit of asparagus SPEAR
Alternately BY TURNS
Lines up SYNCS
Pricey STEEP
M.L.B. team with a big “W” in its logo NATS
Rx order SCRIP
“Revolution,” to “Hey Jude” SIDE-B
Space-scanning org. SETI
It may be bitter ALE
Like bees APIAN
Not ___ (mediocre) SO HOT
Clear weeds, in a way HOE
Part “missing” from p.s.i. PER
Mystery writer Deighton LEN
Words cried after “Go” GET ‘EM
Abbr. after a price in a Craigslist ad OBO
Lt.’s inferior ENS
Decidedly INDEED
Québec’s ___ St.-Jean LAC
Soft drink since 1905 RC COLA
Young hombre MUCHACHO
Biblical verb ending -ETH
Instruments for Israel Kamakawiwo’ole UKULELES
German auto since 1899 OPEL
“That’ll teach you!” HAH!
Pigeon English? COO
Basketball champions’ “trophy” NET
Gillette brand ATRA
Leader of the house? USHER
“Love is love,” e.g. TAUTOLOGY
Pallid ASHEN
Outlets, e.g. STORES
Something that might lengthen a sentence? PRIOR
Moneybags FAT CAT
High school hurdle whose first two letters, phonetically, sound like one of its former components SAT
Like all the answers with pairs of circled letters, punnily MEHDE (MADE) IN CANADA
Programming pioneer Lovelace ADA
Seasons in Québec ETES
15th birthday celebration QUINCEANERA
Tomtit is another name for it WREN
Talks up SELLS
Classical Icelandic literary work EDDA
Title letters chanted in a 2011 Katy Perry hit TGIF
Oldsmobile Cutlass model CIERA
Financial org. once deemed “too big to fail” AIG
Newfoundland, e.g.: Abbr. ISL
Serpentine swimmer EEL
Root beer brand MUG
Veterans OLD PROS
Range within which you can answer the question “Can you hear me now?” EARSHOT
Six-time winner of the N.H.L.’s Art Ross Trophy, born in Saskatchewan GORDIE HOWE
“24” and “Suits” actress, born in Halifax LESLIE HOPE
Princess who says “Why, you stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf herder!” LEIA
Dish served on a skewer SATAY
Congresswoman Omar ILHAN
Actress Lena OLIN
Suppliers of the milk for Roquefort cheese EWES
Singer Mary J. ___ BLIGE
Moves quickly and lightly FLITS
Not only that PLUS
Rehearsal, e.g., in slang SESH
Approvals YESES
You can believe it TENET
“Likewise” SAME


Clues Answers
Pears with a sweet-spiced flavor BOSCS
Part of B.A. ARTS
Deploy USE
Alberta city named for an eagle-feather headdress MEDICINE HAT
Like some birds or dolls NESTING
Excite AMP UP
Stops talking, with “up” CLAMS …
Mettle that may merit a medal HEROISM
Two-player game invented in Toronto TABLE HOCKEY
Sardonic WRY
___ of Parliament ACTS
Stops talking, with “up” SHUTS …
“Nice burn!” OH SNAP!
Battle ___ ROYALE
Seasonal destination near Quebec City WINTER ICE HOTEL
Program introduced by the Trudeau government in 1984, colloquially FREE HEALTHCARE
Approximate weight of the Liberty Bell ONE TON
Advocacy grp. that filed for bankruptcy in 2021 NRA
Words at an unveiling? I DO
Cry after an award is announced SPEECH!
Woman’s short hairstyle BOB CUT
Portrayer of Senator Vinick on “The West Wing” ALDA
Level or bevel TOOL
Like some outlets ELECTRICAL
Desert planet of “Star Wars” TATOOINE
Be batty, in a way? ECHOLOCATE
Canuck, e.g., for short NHLER
Capital of Qatar DOHA
Like bells in carillons RUNG
Part of L.C.D. LEAST
Some salon supplies MOUSSES
Like Rochester and Syracuse, but not New York City UPSTATE
Novel convenience? E-READER
Band whose 1999 hit “Smooth” spent 12 weeks at #1 SANTANA
Sleep stage REM
Overturns UPENDS
“Very high,” on a fire danger scale ORANGE
Iowa Cubs baseball classification AAA
Et ___ (footnote abbr.) SEQ
Federal regulatory org. FDA
Rose or lilac HUE
“Where ___ go wrong?” DID I
Novelist Gaiman NEIL
Pound sound ARF!
Thrown together SLAPDASH
They might help with changing your locks WIG SHOPS
One with a phony personality? SIRI
Snake oil, purportedly CURE
Passes GOES BY
Central route thru town MAIN ST
Leers at OGLES
Frederick who composed “Camelot” LOEWE
Helps a dish washer, say DRIES
One source of oil SHALE
Shout, informally HOLLA
___ Wars, conflicts of 1839-42 and 1856-60 OPIUM
It may be perfect or simple, but not both TENSE
Big elevator maker OTIS
$15/hour, e.g. WAGE
What most spiders have eight of EYES
Hitchhiker’s need LIFT
International fashion magazine ELLE
Climb, as a rope SHIN