NY Times Crossword 21 Feb 20, Friday

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Across

Clues Answers
Caseload? BOTTLES
Not the main action SIDE BET
Like someone who answers a question with a question EVASIVE
Time for warm-up shots, in more ways than one PREGAME
Land that abuts four oceans EURASIA
Obsolescent office desk item ROLODEX
Common Hawaiian shirt design FLORAL PRINT
Celebrity with a namesake cereal in the ’80s MR T
Gets down EATS
Hidden valleys GLENS
Old Italian V.I.P. DOGE
Mount Sinai people: Abbr. DRS
Make by hand CRAFT
Got in line TRUED
Thomas who wrote “Liberty Tree” PAINE
Attempts to befriend, with “up” CHATS
It’s a rush, appropriately enough RUNNER’S HIGH
Prayers HOPES
The America’s Cup and others EWERS
Monk in “The Da Vinci Code” SILAS
Sam with clubs SNEAD
Chap LAD
“___ pass” IT’LL
Egyptian Nobelman? SADAT
Some camel riders of note MAGI
Helpful word in solving cryptograms THE
A mare might be found in one LUNAR CRATER
Bit of road trip entertainment PODCAST
Not serious JOSHING
Big source of political talk AM RADIO
Part of a book deal ADVANCE
G.R.E. sitters, e.g. TESTEES
Sportscast staples REPLAYS

Down

Clues Answers
Quarreled (with) BEEFED
Egglike OVULAR
Decks revealing the cards you’ve been dealt TAROTS
They range from terrible to great TSARS
Daughter of Steve Jobs, after whom an early Apple computer was named LISA
Dastardly looks EVIL GRINS
It doesn’t have to land on land SEAPLANE
Dash SPRINT
Smooths IRONS
Neighbor of a pec DELT
Nwodim of “S.N.L.” EGO
Trash BAD-MOUTH
Comes out of one’s shell EMERGES
Like emojis TEXTED
Parts of some ballots REFERENDA
Party poopers DRAGS
Lean on them CANES
Bronze THIRD
Almost ready to be a butterfly PUPAL
Secret for video gamers CHEAT CODE
Noted feature of Spanish pronunciation ROLLED RS
Recipient of a lot of #@&! money SWEAR JAR
Tug at one’s heartstrings, say HIT HOME
Not take any action SIT PAT
Brazilian soccer team that Pelé played for SANTOS
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, e.g. LATINA
Word with federal or insurance … AGENCY
Some somber music DIRGES
“Calvin and Hobbes” girl SUSIE
Palace, in Hindi MAHAL
Fill the hold, say LADE
“Let me know if you’re coming” RSVP
Object of veneration in ancient Egypt CAT