NY Times Crossword 30 May 20, Saturday

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Clues Answers
One might have oils and a brush SHAVING KIT
Fixture in un parc BANC
Look the other way LET IT SLIDE
Actress ___ Shawkat of “Arrested Development” ALIA
Under contract, as a lawyer ON RETAINER
Horace who championed public education MANN
Console release of 2006 WII
One stuck in a corner? STAMP
After taxes NET
Something sought for the House biennially SEAT
Single-___ USE
Asian city on the Yamuna River AGRA
Blend of vegetables, perhaps PUREE
Having bitten off more than one can chew SPREAD TOO THIN
Something a toddler might chug? CHOO-CHOO TRAIN
Tower of ___ (classic math puzzle) HANOI
Rotund archenemy of Sonic the Hedgehog EGGMAN
They precede slashes: Abbr. MOS
Two-player card game SPIT
Add up to ARE
Like a hopeless situation NO-WIN
___-conscious ECO
Place to get your fill? PUMP
It’s commemorated on Maundy Thursday LAST SUPPER
2019 #1 album for Tyler, the Creator IGOR
Task to get done at work ACTION ITEM
Confrontational NOSE-TO-NOSE


Clues Answers
Prepares to enter a work zone, perhaps SLOWS
1920s-’30s skating legend Sonja HENIE
Two of hearts ATRIA
Go (for) VIE
Former inits. in for-profit education ITT
Only account Edward Snowden follows on Twitter NSA
Notable feature of the opening clarinet solo in “Rhapsody in Blue” GLISSANDO
“Roots” surname KINTE
What a germ may become IDEA
x and y in “x + y” TERMS
“Ka-pow!” BAM!
Portrayer of the Chief in 2008’s “Get Smart” ALAN ARKIN
Number that can be spelled with only one-point Scrabble tiles NINETEEN
This holds water CANTEEN
Autumnal salad ingredients PEPITAS
Place to make draft picks TAPROOM
Bathsheba’s husband before David URIAH
Lancaster and Cornwall, for two DUCHIES
Like the Acropolis GRECIAN
Tile-cleaning tool SPONGE MOP
Automotive debut of 1964 GTO
Lightweight option for a suit COTTON TIE
Día divisions HORAS
High piles on the floor? SHAG RUGS
Low-cost version, informally CHEAPIE
Many-time M.L.B. All-Star Arenado NOLAN
Airdrops? MISTS
Stomach soother, for short PEPTO
Summertime coolers ICEES
Co-writer of “The Christmas Song” TORME
Home of the Dr Pepper Museum WACO
Prompt an “M.Y.O.B.,” say PRY
Overindulger, of a sort SOT
Card game cry UNO!
Part of a split PIN