NY Times Crossword 2 May 21, Sunday

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Across

Clues Answers
Advantage LEG UP
Tony, e.g. AWARD
Plunder RANSACK
Weighed in OPINED
Cow herd :: ___ : troop : BABOON
One with a discerning palate EPICURE
C-Span? COVERED BRIDGE
Start brawling GET IT ON
Drink name suffix -ADE
Earth goddess GAIA
Going from point A to point B LINEAR
Miss piggy? SOW
Class acts? LESSONS
Actress Gershon GINA
Put back on the market, as real estate RELIST
Feel bad AIL
Champagne name MOET
P-trap? POTTYMOUTH
G-force? GERMAN ARMY
Union concern PAY
Setting for C. S. Lewis’s “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” NARNIA
NPR host Shapiro ARI
Words said in passing? AYES
Deliberate betrayal PERFIDY
Butt END
Father figures? DAD BODS
Guam or the U.S. Virgin Islands: Abbr. TERR
Surgeons’ professional org. AMA
2012 Best Picture winner ARGO
Anastasia ___, protagonist of “Fifty Shades of Grey” STEELE
Make mention of NOTE
Top supporter? BRA
Susan who portrayed the youngest child on “The Brady Bunch” OLSEN
G-flat? GARDEN APARTMENT
Deodorant type SPRAY
Be short OWE
Make music PLAY
Like Crater Lake, compared to any other U.S. lake DEEPER
LeBron James in his N.B.A. debut, e.g. TEEN
Anheuser-Busch InBev’s stock ticker symbol BUD
Avocado pit, for one SEED
Cause for revolution, perhaps MISRULE
Escort’s offering ARM
“Yep, that happened!” SURE DID!
[And like magic … it’s gone!] [POOF!]
First of ten? TEE
Compete in pursuit of VIE FOR
Abbr. on a flight board ARR
D-Con? DIRTY TRICK
E-bond? ELMER’S GLUE
Conversely, in brief OTOH
Worry for a Great Depression bank RUN
Ladybug, e.g. BEETLE
Cereal box abbr. NT WT
Strike-out specialists? EDITORS
See 106-Across BED
Out of 105-Across ARISEN
Son of Zeus ARES
Bird of legend ROC
Fast-food chain with Famous Star burgers CARL’S JR
C-sharp? COMPASS NEEDLE
Black-and-white dessert OREO PIE
Take care of some personal baggage UNPACK
Word after green or smoke … SCREEN
Things consumed for psychedelic trips LSD TABS
Men in black, say GOTHS
Deck originally known as “carte da trionfi” (“cards of triumph”) TAROT

Down

Clues Answers
Kind of news often aired at 6 and 11 p.m. LOCAL
Classical poem form EPODE
Drives home, say GIVES A RIDE
French article UNE
Floral archway PERGOLA
Pop group with a dedicated museum in Stockholm ABBA
“___ is mainly a catalog of blunders”: Churchill WAR
Means ABILITY
“The Burghers of Calais” sculptor RODIN
Cruella de Vil, for one DOGNAPPER
Beat oneself up over, say REGRET
Mimic APE
Little beef NIT
___ kicks (ab exercise) SCISSOR
Pitch-correcting devices AUTO-TUNERS
Tribe of southern Montana CROW
Range of knowledge KEN
School administrator DEAN
French for “born” NEE
Appalls DISMAYS
Aesthetically pretentious, informally ARTY-FARTY
___ card SIM
Ruby, e.g. GEMSTONE
Carter who portrayed Wonder Woman LYNDA
Noncommittal response to “You coming?” I MAY
Load off one’s mine? ORE
Homonym of 39-Down OAR
Trace of color TINGE
Wore HAD ON
Gallivants (about) GADS
Part of Q.E.D. ERAT
Ralph who founded the American Museum of Tort Law NADER
Got ready (for) PREPPED
Mosque leader IMAM
Launched BEGAN
Product once advertised with the line “The splendor of your skin” OLAY
Datum for a chauffeur, for short ETA
Take in, maybe ALTER
Supporter of Roosevelt’s agenda NEW DEALER
Actor whose breakout role came as a shirtless cowboy in “Thelma & Louise” BRAD PITT
Singles ONES
Hardly cheery DOUR
Hoppy request at happy hour ALE
Enlighten EDIFY
Wine barrel strip STAVE
Climate change, e.g. PERIL
Looked back on REMEMBERED
Alphabetized, say PUT IN ORDER
Wind farm output: Abbr. ELEC
Stink REEK
Split open BURST
Lorelei’s lure SIREN SONG
May honorees MOTHERS
Mad (at) SORE
___ Hill (’90s R&B group) DRU
Decoration at el Palacio Real de Madrid ORO
Where livestock eat FEEDLOT
Mastered DOWN PAT
Divide into three parts TRISECT
Pattern that’s hard to break RUT
Nasty looks GLARES
Lento or allegro TEMPO
Retreats DENS
Loggers’ competition ROLEO
Track SCENT
Rap lyrics, in slang BARS
Post-O.R. destination, often ICU
Doesn’t just assume ASKS
The Rockies, on scoreboards COL
Day ___ SPA
Sail fixed to a bowsprit JIB
“Darn!,” in Dortmund ACH!
Baseball’s dead-ball ___ (around 1900-20) ERA