NY Times Crossword 27 May 20, Wednesday

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Clues Answers
Frasier’s producer on “Frasier” ROZ
Pass on, as knowledge IMPART
Unruly hair MOP
Nondairy spread OLEO
Yellow Teletubby LAA-LAA
Power group INS
“Your fins are nice” and “You’re a graceful swimmer”? FISH COMPLIMENTS (from “fish for compliments”)
“___ luck!” LOTSA
It can get you out of a place it rhymes with BAIL
Butcher’s stock MEAT
Done some lassoing? THROWN A LOOP (from “thrown for a loop”)
Theater opening ACT ONE
___ Mahal TAJ
Witty remark QUIP
Big-bottomed fruit PEAR
Sporty Mazda MIATA
One might end with .com URL
Relinquished or a hint to 17-, 23-, 51- and 62-Across FORGONE … FOR GONE
Really bother VEX
“Wouldja look at that!” I’LL BE!
Early 2000s sitcom set near Houston REBA
“OK, have it your way!” FINE!
Suffix with pay -OLA
Bikini blasts, informally N-TESTS
Is unable to pronounce the name of a deodorant brand? CAN’T SAY SURE (from “can’t say for sure”)
San ___, Calif. JOSE
Convince with smooth talk SNOW
Very big OBESE
Actress Sandra emoting? OH CRYING OUT LOUD (from “oh, for crying out loud”)
___ Paulo, Brazil SAO
Standard things USUALS
Lady in Arthurian romance ENID
Sister channel of HBO and Cinemax TNT
Department store department MISSES
Where you might find a slop bucket STY


Clues Answers
“That’s hilarious!,” in a text ROFL!
A little of this, a little of that OLIO
Avidity ZEST
U.N. workers’ grp. ILO
Title dance in a 1999 #3 hit MAMBO
Tree of the custard apple family PAPAW
Gambler’s aggressive bet ALL IN
Berate RAIL AT
Bit of Highlands headgear TAM
Actor Sal of “Rebel Without a Cause” MINEO
Ready as needed ON TAP
“Hey over here!” PSST!
“Come on now — you flatter me too much!” OH STOP!
Lyricist Sammy CAHN
Smiling Face With Heart-Eyes, e.g. EMOJI
Seized vehicle, for short REPO
Like a horse that can no longer be ridden LAME
Here, in Honduras AQUI
What a bobby pin might help make CURL
Much change may come from this TILL
Slip up ERR
Word with old, new or school … AGE
Stick up ROB
Commercial name that becomes another commercial name if you move its first letter to the end AVIS
Rental for an outdoor reception TENT
Fires AXES
Sensed FELT
When repeated, Mork’s farewell NANU
Slip-up BONER
St. Francis of ___ ASSISI
Home run pace TROT
“Give My Regards to Broadway” composer COHAN
Natty neckwear ASCOT
Year, in old Rome ANNUS
Hatha and Bikram, for two YOGAS
Bulging with muscles, in modern lingo SWOLE
Che’s “Weekend Update” co-host on “S.N.L.” JOST
Many millennia EONS
Something not worn on casual Friday SUIT
Small whirlpool EDDY
“Dee-lish!” YUM!
___ Constitution USS