NY Times Crossword 8 May 19, Wednesday

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Clues Answers
Arm twister? ULNA
“Glengarry Glen Ross” playwright MAMET
Butts RAMS
Start to do well? NE’ER
Its version of 37-Across was popular in the 1970s-’80s ATARI
Rapper/actor on “Law & Order: SVU” ICE-T
Pro-war sort HAWK
Hart of “Chicago” ROXIE
“Goodness!” OH MY!
I.C.U. hookups IVS
Encroach (on) IMPINGE
Particle created by dissolving table salt ION
They’re nuts for dessert PECANS
Intense SEVERE
Fir coat? BARK
“___ lighter note …” ON A
Christmas light locale EAVE
Full-screen mode exit key ESC
Rosalinde’s maid in Strauss’s “Die Fledermaus” ADELE
Latin “king” REX
Olympic sport since 1988 TABLE TENNIS
“___ ever!” DO I
India’s smallest state GOA
Less drunk SOBERER
Ralph who played Voldemort in the Harry Potter films FIENNES
Unidentified date PLUS ONE
French novelist ___ France ANATOLE
Ones making writers write right?: Abbr. EDS
MP3-sharing service of the early 2000s NAPSTER
Sydney’s state: Abbr. NSW


Clues Answers
Behind the times UNHIP
Not touch LEAVE BE
It may include sports and weather NEWSCAST
Neighbor of La. ARK
Some schoolteachers, quaintly MARMS
Resting on ATOP
Calf coverer MAXI
Popular Irish girl’s name ERIN
Supermodel Cheryl TIEGS
Carnival host RIO
Reaches, as great heights ACHIEVES
“Is it live or is it …?” sloganeer MEMOREX
Jule who wrote the music for “Funny Girl” STYNE
It might be a blot on your record INK
Superwide shoe spec EEE
Skee-Ball locales ARCADES
An ay for an aye, e.g.? VARIANT
Verse from an admirer ODE
[Item depicted here] NET
Drink sold by the yard ALE
Turned off ALIENATED
Bridge experts ENGINEERS
Element before carbon on the periodic table BORON
Musical insensitivity NO EAR
Hastened SPED UP
Nickname for Yale OLD ELI
Otto on “The Simpsons,” e.g. BUSMAN
More rewarding, as a paycheck FATTER
“Stop! You’re doing it all wrong!” NO NO NO!
___ Howard, first African-American player on the Yankees (1955) ELSTON
Tailor’s skill SEWING
Mlle., across the Pyrenees SRTA
Like Mozart’s Symphonies Nos. 15, 27 and 32 IN G
Bit of a bite NIP