NY Times Crossword 5 Jun 21, Saturday

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Clues Answers
Supply for an ultimate Frisbee team DISCS
2019 box-office flop described by one critic as “Les Meowsérables” CATS
Picks the brain of ASKS
Extemporizes VAMPS
“Why should ___?” I CARE
Feeling tender ACHY
Apartment, in real estate lingo UNIT
How spring rolls are cooked IN OIL
Oscar-winning actress born Mary Louise MERYL
One side of a 2015 nuclear agreement IRAN
It’s irreversible TIME
University of Florida athlete GATOR
“That was great!” – “No, it stunk!” DIFFERENCE OF OPINIONS
Setting for Jo Nesbo’s best-selling crime novels OSLO
They have stems and white heads HALF NOTES
Mild, light-colored cigars CLAROS
Have because of OWE TO
Drive (from) OUST
Recurring pain? IMP
Route 70 in {Route 10, Route 95, Route 101, Route 70, Route 25} HIGHWAY MEDIAN
Hit film set aboard the spaceship Nostromo ALIEN
Cereal grain OAT
Fastener that leaves a flush surface T-NUT
Modern party planning tool E-VITE
Lofty TALL
Collector’s item CURIO
Word after combat or cowboy … BOOT
What two Vikings have explored MARS
Royal staff SCEPTER
Sort represented by the 🤓 emoji NERD
Fruits often used in sushi AVOCADOS
Cattle in [cattle / pigs] STOCK DIVIDEND
Burrito condiment HOT SAUCE
Vodka mixer SODA
Hopeless predicament RATTRAP
Birthstone for Hillary Clinton, Kamala Harris and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez OPAL
Toffee bar brand SKOR
What the nose knows SMELL
Major move, for short RELO
“… unless you disagree” … OR NOT
Naturally occurring hexagonal crystals SNOW
“Dames at ___” (Broadway musical) SEA
Was fed up HAD IT
Comics character with the dog Daisy DAGWOOD
“Billions” airer, for short SHO
Et ___ ALIA
Hamilton, to Burr ENEMY
Green cards, informally AMEXES
Offering to a houseguest SPARE ROOM
Hardly any A FEW
Car in {plane, car, train, horse, car, car, train} MODE OF TRANSPORTATION
Pong company ATARI
Shakespeare character who inquires “Are your doors lock’d?” IAGO
Greet grandly HAIL
Provide funding for ENDOW
Was accepted GOT IN
___ mess, English dessert of berries, meringue and whipped cream ETON
Its merchandise often comes with pictorial instructions IKEA
“Set Fire to the Rain” singer ADELE
Part of a golf club SHAFT
Mathematician Descartes RENE
Credit application figs. SSNS
PC platform popular in the ’80s MS-DOS


Clues Answers
Grow faint DIM
Coffee order specification ICED
Garment whose name sounds like an apology SARI
Sign of distress CRY FOR HELP
Like many wildflower seeds SELF-SOWN
Boutros Boutros-Ghali’s home city CAIRO
Nearly 5,000 square yards ACRE
Comparative word THAN
Matched up SYNCHED
What has interest in a car? AUTO LOAN
Sound of disdain SNIFF
Long, loose robe KIMONO
Leave momentarily STEP OUT
Brief evocative account VIGNETTE
Diarist Nin ANAIS
“Hello ___” (old cellphone ad line) MOTO
Subatomic particle PION
Some nice cameras, for short SLRS
Wife of Albert Einstein ELSA
Wipe out, slangily EAT IT
“___ deal” IT’S A
Has a tête-à-tête CHATS
Pale pinkish purple LILAC
Light-footed AGILE
Muhammad’s father-in-law OMAR
Cause of a smudge WET INK
First work read in Columbia’s Literature Humanities course ILIAD
Like some news coverage METRO
Squeeze PRESS
“Nice going!” YOU ROCK!
Crux of the matter NUB
Rating for risqué shows TV-MA
___-in-the-hole (British dish) TOAD
Whale constellation CETUS
Massive ref. books OEDS
Have things in common OVERLAP
Like music that uses conventional keys and harmony TONAL
Org. whose website has a “What Can I Bring?” section TSA
Summer Olympics host before Tokyo RIO
They may come in a boxed set DVDS
Summer hrs. in Iowa CDT
Co. captains? CEOS
First line of a Seuss classic I AM SAM
Parts of cars and stoves HOODS
High-profile interviewer of Harry and Meghan OPRAH
Style of “Roxanne” in “Moulin Rouge!” TANGO
Drawn-out SLOW
Easterlies TRADE WINDS
Done again REDUX
Chef Waters who pioneered the organic food movement ALICE
Mrs. ___, “Beauty and the Beast” character POTTS
Kind of vaccine used against Covid RNA
Slippery EELY
Partially TO A POINT
Two-person meeting ONE-ON-ONE
Certain sots WINOS
Words often replaced when singing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” HOME TEAM
Disney character who says “Some people are worth melting for” OLAF
Less sportsmanlike DIRTIER
Where the King lived MEMPHIS
Tennis’s Nadal, familiarly RAFA
Make sparkling AERATE
Font flourish SERIF
Tease RAG ON
Cartographic collection ATLAS
In Touch and Out, for two MAGS
Texter’s “Then again …” OTOH …
Cloud contents DATA
Trees under which truffles might grow OAKS
“De ___” (response to “Merci”) RIEN
Took too much, for short ODED
___ contendere NOLO
___ Moore, antipoverty entrepreneur of the Robin Hood Foundation WES