NY Times Crossword 10 Sep 19, Tuesday

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Clues Answers
“Ask ___” (newspaper advice column) AMY
Bounce, as off a pool table cushion CAROM
Actress Hayek SALMA
Deer with no antlers DOE
Singer with the best-selling albums “19,” “21” and “25” ADELE
Bringer of rain CLOUD
Jan., Feb., Mar., etc. MOS
Absolutely adored LOVED TO BITS
What a weekly has once a week ISSUE
Police action ARREST
The police, metaphorically THIN BLUE LINE
Daughter of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes SURI
Destination for European hikers ALPS
Versatile blackjack card ACE
Reach by addition SUM TO
Rocket-building company since 2002 SPACEX
Body art that might be revealed by hip-hugger jeans LOWER-BACK TATTOO
___ de Tocqueville, author of “Democracy in America” ALEXIS
Oscar-winning Berry HALLE
Like 43, e.g. ODD
Destiny FATE
Senior’s org. AARP
Hardcore Chinese party adherent MAOIST
“Aida” composer VERDI
Like a millennial who’s a huge fan of 1960s-’70s music, it’s said BORN TOO LATE
Help out AID
Source of revenue for many states LOTTO
Dot on a computer screen PIXEL
Ticked off MAD
Test before buying, as clothes TRY ON
Daring base runner’s goal STEAL
Foxy SLY


Clues Answers
Confesses (to) ADMITS
Kind of pork at a Chinese restaurant MOO SHU
Polite assent YES, SIR
___ Carr, best-selling author of historical thrillers CALEB
Hubbub ADO
Fire (up), as an engine REV
Part of a World Cup chant OLE!
Finishes in the top three, say MEDALS
Treat disdainfully SCORN
“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” playwright ALBEE
Clark’s crush at the Daily Planet LOIS
Mixed-breed dog MUTT
Main source of online revenue ADS
One more than bi- TRI-
Available to all, as a bathroom UNISEX
Petting zoo babies LAMBS
Beauty products chain ULTA
Era-defining EPOCHAL
___ of Congress ACT
Elon Musk, for 34-Across CEO
Prefix with skeleton EXO-
Ocean State sch. URI
Canonized pope of the fifth century ST LEO
Buddy PAL
Relaxed AT EASE
Language related to Thai LAO
Like 1960s-’70s music OLD
Joined in matrimony WED
Green Hornet’s sidekick KATO
Aperture settings F-STOPS
J.J. who directed “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” ABRAMS
Kind of tire RADIAL
2000s stage name for rapper Sean Combs P DIDDY
Lone Ranger’s sidekick TONTO
Flirt with at a bar, say HIT ON
“Am ___ out of touch?” I SO
Nearly plotz with pride KVELL
Othello, for one MOOR
Bohemian ARTY
Sandwich whose initials have been rearranged in five other ways in this puzzle BLT
Flaming LIT
Lumberjack’s tool AXE
Spill the ___ (reveal sensitive information) TEA