NY Times Crossword Answers 29 Jul 2018, Sunday

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1Flaw, metaphoricallyWART
5Antismoking spots, e.g.PSAS
9Cleveland Browns’ defense, informallyDAWGS
19What a line doesn’t haveAREA
20Lévesque of QuebecRENE
22___ card (wallet item)DONOR
23___ Reza shrine (Iranian holy site)IMAM
24Former supporter of seabirds?EX TERN ALLY (from “externally”)
26Where the frontiersman Bowie diedALAMO
27Burdened (with)LADEN
29Snatcher’s exclamationYOINK!
32Postgame shower?ESPN
33The Big Board, brieflyNYSE
34Funny FeyTINA
35Jewelry worn above the elbowARMLET
37What’s brewing?ALE
38Spray the monarch to keep him cool?MIST A KING (from “mistaking”)
40Prosecutor who’s sympathetic to the defendants in a witch trial?PRO PAGAN DA (from “propaganda”)
42Play withUSE
43Winter coatRIME
44Sound of something rushing byWOOSH!
45Singer MorissetteALANIS
47Not fixedMUTABLE
49Director JonathanDEMME
50Agenda starterITEM ONE
51Hog’s homePIGPEN
52Pontius Pilate’s provinceJUDEA
53Liqueur akin to sambucaANISETTE
54Place for a browserSTORE
55First character in GenesisSOFT G
56T. rex, e.g.DINO
57Metro ___DESK
58Bridle strap utilized only on sidewalk surfaces?REIN FOR CEMENT (from “reinforcement”)
62When Macbeth delivers the “Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow” soliloquyACT V
66Potential dinnerPREY
67Hitching spotALTAR
68Rating that’s on the cusp of NC-17HARD R
73Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, with “the”PRAIRIES
75Stuck-up personSNOOT
77Ohio University teamBOBCATS
78Informal expression of gratitudeTHANX
79Namesakes of Muhammad’s daughterFATIMAS
80Brilliant debutSPLASH
83“Who ___?”AM I
84What a dog groomer might charge?PER PET RATE (from “perpetrate”)
86Result of wearing a fedora at the beach?MAN HAT TAN (from “Manhattan”)
88Pulled offDID
89Make an effortSTRIVE
90T.S.A. agent’s toolWAND
91Item smashed by the original LudditesLOOM
92Having a crisp picture, sayIN HD
94Leave gratifiedSATE
95Must, informallyGOTTA
96“Death of a Salesman” salesmanLOMAN
98Lead-in to phobiaAGORA-
100Result of accidentally throwing a Frisbee into a campground?DISC ON TENT (from “discontent”)
103___ CaliforniaBAJA
104Plucked instrumentsLUTES
105Compound imparting a fruity smellESTER
107OodlesA TON
108Shoots outSPEWS
109Without much confidenceSHYLY
110It falls quietlySNOW
111“Swiper, no swiping!” speaker of children’s TVDORA


1Sound from a bansheeWAIL
2Italian designer menswear since the 1970sARMANI SUIT
3Running start?READY, SET, GO!
4Like kiddie rides among all amusement park ridesTAMEST
5School opening?PRE-
6Amorous play, in modern lingoSEXY TIME
7___ Lavoisier a.k.a. the Father of Modern ChemistryANTOINE
8Romantically involved withSEEING
9Light tennis shotDINK
10Reminiscent ofA LA
11Iowa’s state flowerWILD ROSE
12Move clumsilyGALUMPH
13Charybdis’s counterpart, in Greek mythSCYLLA
14Pharma watchdogFDA
16“This isn’t very pleasant, but …”ON A SAD NOTE …
17Some calls to the policeCOMPLAINTS
18Norwegian moneyKRONE
25Genetics initialsRNA
28Serving during ProhibitionNEAR BEER
31Diplomatic office below an embassyLEGATION
36Gathering around a campfire?TALES
38One target of a childhood vaccineMUMPS
40Apple devoured by an elderly relative?POME GRAN ATE (from “pomegranate”)
44United withWED TO
46Look forSEEK
48Car ad no.APR
49Carol Ann ___, U.K. poet laureate starting in 2009DUFFY
50Not superficialINNER
52Crave, with “for”JONES
53Try to hitAIM AT
55Stable parentsSIRES
56Thoro cleansingDETOX
59“The Great” and “The Terrible”EPITHETS
61“There’s nothing else”THAT’S ALL
62Blue alerts, in briefAPBS
64Meal with a set menuTABLE D’HOTE
65Certain clericVICAR
69Foe of FrazierALI
70Egg-shaped item from a gardenROMA TOMATO
71Performer in a campus production, oftenDRAMA MAJOR
72Sticky stuffRESIN
74Talks hoarselyRASPS
75“On the Beach” novelist NevilSHUTE
76Nasty woundGASH
78Crime against good tasteTRAVESTY
79Dance mentioned in Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”FANDANGO
81Like people who take liftsBRITISH
82Camper’s lightLANTERN
85Some winds for seafarersTRADES
86Non-shiny finishesMATTES
87“Sucks to be you”TOO BAD
88Speedometers, typicallyDIALS
90Korean moneyWON
95Like a lot of zombie moviesGORY
97Mom’s momNANA
99Intensifying word add-on-ASS
101Disney collectibleCEL
102Request to Triple ATOW