NY Times Crossword 6 May 22, Friday

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Clues Answers
Blue print? SEA MAP
Water wings, for example FLOATS
Toasted treat POP-TART
Japanese for “teacher” SENSEI
Skating expos ICE SHOWS
Bearing TOTING
Paragon GEM
Suck up, in a way SIPHON
Author of “The Kitchen God’s Wife” (1991) TAN
There’s no coming back from this ONE-WAY TRIP
Initialism that might have a ring to it? WBA
1000 hrs. TEN AM
Scale notes TIS
Agent of immunity T CELL
“Did I just hear him say that?!” HE WENT THERE?
Principle indicating “No second chances” WIN OR GO HOME
Outer border for 36-Across WINDOW FRAME
See-through items PANES
Two-time Olympic gymnast Raisman ALY
Male’s name hidden backward in this clue ANSEL
Barely make, with “out” EKE …
Make lace TAT
Longtime Disney chief Michael EISNER
Big ___ BEN
Hair holders SNOODS
Descriptor for a champion GREATEST
Half-page, perhaps AD UNIT
Fatherly tips, to use a portmanteau coinage DADVICE
Decks with major and minor arcana TAROTS
Lean against REST ON


Clues Answers
Turn-on for a bartender? SPIGOT
Big epoch for mammals EOCENE
Hypothetical missing links APEMEN
Chain parts: Abbr. MTS
“This is the life!” AAH!
Lacking literary sparkle PROSY
Setting for a shot F-STOP
Historic kingdom of Spain LEON
Most populous Canadian prov. ONT
So to speak AS IT WERE
Traffic light SIGNAL
Some social media back-and-forths TWITTER WARS
Short relationship SPRING FLING
One who loves to bring up the past HISTORY NERD
Surfer girl WAHINE
Doctors AMENDS
Poet who wrote “A Child’s Christmas in Wales” THOMAS
Firmly bond CEMENT
Court WOO
“___ Carter III” (best-selling Lil Wayne album) THA
Napa excursion WINE TOUR
Fictional African country of film WAKANDA
Took care of a dog or cat, maybe PET SAT
“Alrighty then” SO BE IT
“Romanian Rhapsodies” composer ENESCO
Like the days following Mardi Gras LENTEN
Cruxes GISTS
Gloomy, poetically DREAR
Sub text, maybe EDIT
Hawaiian fish also called the wahoo ONO
Juice suffix -ADE
Some Best Buy buys TVS