NY Times Crossword 15 Oct 21, Friday

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Clues Answers
Enthusiastic assent AMEN!
Certain service MASS
Packs (down) TAMPS
Important leadership skill FORESIGHT
Classic neo-grotesque typeface ARIAL
“Losing some illusions … perhaps to acquire others,” per Virginia Woolf GROWING UP
Gloomy and drab DINGY
Cause of an early lead, maybe HOT START
Like a spitball WADDED
Darth Vader’s childhood nickname ANI
Author who wrote “The heaventree of stars hung with humid nightblue fruit” JOYCE
Sticky stuff GOO
Hardly mainstream NICHE
Pluto, e.g. ORB
Sudden sensation PANG
Cutesy “I beg your pardon?” EXSQUEEZE ME
“What a shocker” BIG SURPRISE
“Heaven forbid!” GOD I HOPE NOT!
Singer Mitchell JONI
Shapiro of NPR ARI
John B. Goodenough is the oldest person ever to get one (at age 97) NOBEL
Travel guess, for short ETA
Joyous song PAEAN
“Ambient 1: Music for Airports” musician ENO
Candy cooked until it reaches the hard-crack stage TOFFEE
Approach HEAD INTO
Tell all SPILL
Strutting one’s stuff WORKING IT
Kind of moment worth recording KODAK
Xenomorphs, e.g. ALIEN RACE
Cart contents ITEMS
What air is not for an anaerobe NEED
Looked at suspiciously EYED


Clues Answers
Throw on the couch AFGHAN
Angel said to have visited Joseph Smith MORONI
Like shunga woodblock prints EROTIC
What breaks as it first comes out NEWS
“The Pinkprint” rapper MINAJ
Belligerent, slangily AGGRO
“Put a sock in it!” SHUT YOUR PIE HOLE!
500 letters? STP
“I did it!” TA-DA!
Like Mars ARID
Psychological trick MIND GAME
It’s just the beginning of the story PAGE ONE
Sneaky sort SLY DOG
Model (for) SIT
Composer Anton who used the 12-tone technique WEBERN
Main component in the Chinese street food jianbing CREPE
Children’s classic originally written in German HEIDI
Nov. 11 honoree EX-GI
Sauce whose name derives from “pound” in Italian PESTO
Double curve S-SHAPE
Crowdsourced Q&A site QUORA
The Promised Land ZION
Honest-to-goodness BONA FIDE
Fall apart GO TO POT
Zippy resort rental JET SKI
Joint application? BENGAY
Took inventory? LOOTED
Home with a view AERIE
Unembellished, as the truth NAKED
Bit of deception FLAM
Lodge group ELKS
Loud bugling, e.g. DIN
Concerning IN RE
Appearing ill or exhausted, say WAN