NY Times Crossword 4 Aug 20, Tuesday

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Clues Answers
Supporting timber in home construction JOIST
Jazz genre BEBOP
Popular sandwich, for short PBJ
Breathing problem for a sleeper APNEA
Gardening tool HOE
2016 live-action Disney film with an animated title character PETE’S DRAGON (giving “For Pete’s sake!”)
Yellow ball in pool ONE
Ambient musician Brian ENO
1982 film named after a computer program TRON
Handle the food for, as a party CATER
Noggin BEAN
So-called “City of a Thousand Minarets” CAIRO
Where John Milton and John Oliver studied at Cambridge CHRIST’S COLLEGE (giving “For Christ’s sake!”)
Bumpkin YAHOO
Corrida cry OLE!
Where clothing may come apart SEAM
Prefix with -mester TRI-
Abandon or two words often seen next to the starts of 17-, 27-, 47- and 60-Across FORSAKE or FOR … SAKE
Greenpeace, e.g., for short NGO
Dame of fame EDNA
Golfer Michelle WIE
Was meddlesome PRIED
1933 Erskine Caldwell novel about a wealth-obsessed farm family GOD’S LITTLE ACRE (giving “For God’s sake!”)
“The gymnasium of the mind,” per Pascal CHESS
Troubles WOES
Actress Bara of 1917’s “Cleopatra” THEDA
Actress Polo of TV’s “The Fosters” TERI
Ticked off MAD
Word after electric or elevator … CAR
Notorious cinematic flop of 1980 HEAVEN’S GATE (giving “For heaven’s sake!”)
“My man” BRO
Desi of old TV ARNAZ
“Amen!” YES!
A, B or C, or first, second or third GRADE
Was out SLEPT


Clues Answers
Mocking remark JAPE
U.S. ___ OPEN
Take ___ account INTO
“Now do you believe me?” SEE
Suggests, flavorwise TASTES OF
Certain nobles BARONS
Gusto ELAN
Get stuck, with “down” BOG
Vocalist heard on the Beatles’ “The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill” ONO
Miniature golf course freebie PENCIL
Suitable for framing? PHOTOGENIC
Uneaten part of an entree, maybe BONE
Catcall JEER
“Confound it!” DRAT!
Bellicose deity ARES
Paragraph in a playbill, maybe BIO
What a fountain may provide COLA
Supermodel Wek ALEK
Suffix meaning “cell” -CYTE
Big finish? HARD G
Heavyweight at a zoo RHINOCEROS
Subdivision in group theory COSET
Zealous EAGER
À la ___ MODE
Symbols of wisdom OWLS
Reformer Jacob who wrote “How the Other Half Lives” RIIS
Certain Olympic athletes since 1900 EPEEISTS
Condition that Adderall may be prescribed for, in brief ADHD
Dorm leaders, in brief RAS
Enemy of Popeye SEA HAG
Pluck, as eyebrow hairs TWEEZE
Bereft, old-style LORN
Frozen dessert chain TCBY
Cocky character in a fable HARE
Infomercial, e.g. TV AD
Like every secretary of state until 1997 MALE
Job for a body shop DENT
Zig when one should zag, say ERR
Get ___ on (ace) AN A
Lass GAL