NY Times Crossword 5 May 19, Sunday

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Clues Answers
Measure of a stone CARAT
Purchase of proof? ALCOHOL
Takes up a lot of space SPRAWLS
“Don’t cry for me” singer EVITA
Mine transport TRAMWAY
Scratch paper? LOTTERY TICKET
Hangs around REMAINS
Most stylish SWANKEST
2013 film whose lead actress is never seen HER
Liquid paper? WINE LIST
Acted as WAS
What Oberon orbits URANUS
Relay closer ANCHOR
Construction paper? BUILDING PERMIT
Bugs from the underworld MORAN
Jane Austen heroine EMMA
Grp. that usually meets in the evening PTA
Veiled criticism, in slang SHADE
Assn. ORG
That stinks! ODOR
Mormon Church, for short LDS
Spreads in the kitchen OLEOS
Hyundai model ELANTRA
Horror director Roth ELI
Broadway’s Cariou LEN
Periods of note ERAS
Pop group whose name derives from the initials of its members’ first names ABBA
Wax paper? RECORD DEAL
Note paper? SHEET MUSIC
Bygone auto whose name sounds like a command YUGO
“I want details!” DISH!
506, in old Rome DVI
Trade jabs (with) SPAR
Ending with body or spy -CAM
Expresses exasperation toward SIGHS AT
Some trumpeters SWANS
Size above med. LGE


Clues Answers
Hanna-Barbera collectibles CELS
Profess AVOW
Singer Ora with three solo #1 hits in Britain RITA
Abbr. on an envelope ATTN
Class one might take for kicks? TAEKWONDO
Deep hole ABYSS
Baltic dweller LETT
It helped bring dinos to life in “Jurassic Park” CGI
“That’s a good burn!” OUCH!
Take a walk on the wild side? HIKE
John ___, three-time Gold Glove first baseman OLERUD
Authorize to LET
Craft created on a board with nails STRING ART
Rules of engagement? PRENUP
“The Ten Commandments” villain RAMESES
Human rights lawyer Clooney AMAL
Depression follower, for short WWII
Office PC connections LANS
Routine: Abbr. SYST
Body part whose name contains another body part REAR
Deliberate and unprovoked WANTON
Grave letters RIP
Unhurried walker AMBLER
Drum kit component CRASH CYMBAL
Half a laugh? HAR-
“Shoo!” BEGONE!
Ones making calls, informally UMPS
“___ Pepper …” (classic soda jingle) I’M A
Eye surgeon’s tool LASER
Pi + 1? RHO
Debuted to great acclaim MADE A SPLASH
Talent show that jumped networks, familiarly IDOL
Actress Polo TERI
Volunteer’s offer I’LL DO IT
Grant factor, sometimes NEED
Symbol in many a URL SLASH
Neutral color ASH
SALT subject, for short ABM
Marker, informally IOU
Inventor Howe ELIAS
Part of an after-school lineup BUS
Some N.F.L. linemen: Abbr. RGS
App annoyances ADS
Actress Findley EDWINA
Welsh “John” EVAN
“What she said” I AGREE
El Greco, e.g. CRETAN
Symbol of strength STEEL
Critter that likes to lie in the sun CROC
Prefix with -naut AERO
Immigrant’s desire GREEN CARD
Really busy doing HARD AT
Modern education acronym STEM
Clothing symbol for a graduate of Oxford or Cambridge SCHOOL TIE
Exclusively ALL
Running around ADO
Sexy HOT
Portable place to sleep BEDROLL
Take a load off SIT
Relative of a Vandyke GOATEE
Family name on “The Dick Van Dyke Show” PETRIE
“Do the Right Thing” pizzeria SAL’S
Butcher’s stock MEATS
Portable places to sleep COTS
“Movin’ ___” (“The Jeffersons” theme) ON UP
Old Roman autocrat NERO
One of the Jacksons TITO
Hospital fluids SERA
Former “Meet the Press” host Marvin KALB
People who are totes close BFFS
Often-pantomimed hit song of the 1970s YMCA
“Cheers” actor Roger REES
Soldier’s assignment UNIT
Some undergrad degs. BAS
Soul from Seoul? KIA