NY Times Crossword 11 Jun 21, Friday

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Clues Answers
Supreme court member? NBA ALL-STAR
III, e.g., in “Richard III” ACT
Number of days it takes Mercury to orbit the sun EIGHTY-EIGHT
It becomes another question when its first letter is moved to the end WHO?
“Wall Street” catchphrase GREED IS GOOD
Chump SAP
Just a bit ATOM
Like the last in a line NTH
Day to post a throwback picture on social media: Abbr. THU
What a nod might mean I GET IT
___ bowl ACAI
Perfumery compound ESTER
Actress Shields, mother of Brooke TERI
One stoner to another DUDE!
Satisfied sigh AAH!
What a shrug might mean NO MATTER
Was up, in a sense BATTED
Nibbles NOSHES
Cheap cab, perhaps HOUSE RED
Org. with an annual Codebreaker Challenge NSA
More than suspicious of ONTO
Be in the works BREW
Irish name that’s a Slavic name backward AIDAN
The old you? THOU
Like some unpleasant comments SNARKY
Kind of trip taken solo EGO
Utah’s “Industry,” e.g. MOTTO
Camper’s gear chain REI
Throw (together) SLAP
It can lay a one-and-a-half-pound egg EMU
“Hold on!” WAIT A MINUTE!
Calculator button next to cos SIN
Words after “The end”? NIGHTY-NIGHT
Lead-in to stars or daylight SEE …
Soft, green food MASHED PEAS


Clues Answers
Once-in-a-lifetime events BIRTHS
Get too old AGE OUT
“I’m right here” AHEM!
Business letters LTD
Horizontal LYING
Walt Whitman wrote one beginning “Lo, ’tis autumn” SESTET
Turn right, say TIGHTEN
Years ___ AGO
Sorority letter RHO
“How adorable!” AW, SO CUTE
It involves much ear-tugging and head-shaking CHARADES
Notable examples of crossing a line, in brief TDS
Noodle dish whose name indicates its cuisine PAD THAI
Steaming IRATE
Club type IRON
Pumbaa’s friend in “The Lion King” TIMON
Goes on a dinner date, e.g. EATS OUT
They may be used in a pinch HERBS
Composition test ASSAY
Easy friendliness BONHOMIE
Correction for a wild pitch AUTO-TUNE
“Marriage Story” Oscar winner DERN
Dumpster fire HOT MESS
Ring in the holiday spirit? WREATH
Annual genre writing award AGATHA
Common complex rule NO PETS
Celebrity portmanteau beginning in 2012 KIMYE
Accept the blame for OWN
Impertinent sort SNIP
Archery need AIM
Grocery store found in Michigan? IGA
Pete Buttigieg’s home state: Abbr. IND