NY Times Crossword Answers

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New York Times Crossword August 4 2020 Crossword Answers

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  • Supporting timber in home construction
  • Jazz genre
  • Popular sandwich, for short
  • Breathing problem for a sleeper
  • Solo
  • Gardening tool
  • 2016 live-action Disney film with an animated title character
  • Yellow ball in pool
  • Ambient musician Brian
  • 1982 film named after a computer program
  • Handle the food for, as a party
  • Noggin
  • So-called “City of a Thousand Minarets”
  • Where John Milton and John Oliver studied at Cambridge
  • Bumpkin
  • Corrida cry
  • Where clothing may come apart
  • Prefix with -mester
  • Abandon … or two words often seen next to the starts of 17-, 27-, 47- and 60-Across
  • Greenpeace, e.g., for short
  • Dame of fame
  • Golfer Michelle
  • Was meddlesome
  • 1933 Erskine Caldwell novel about a wealth-obsessed farm family
  • “The gymnasium of the mind,” per Pascal
  • Troubles
  • Actress Bara of 1917’s “Cleopatra”
  • Actress Polo of TV’s “The Fosters”
  • Ticked off
  • Word after electric or elevator
  • Notorious cinematic flop of 1980
  • “My man”
  • Desi of old TV
  • Claw
  • “Amen!”
  • A, B or C, or first, second or third
  • Was out
  • Mocking remark
  • U.S. ___
  • Take ___ account
  • “Now do you believe me?”
  • Suggests, flavorwise
  • Certain nobles
  • Gusto
  • Get stuck, with “down”
  • Vocalist heard on the Beatles’ “The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill”
  • Miniature golf course freebie
  • Suitable for framing?
  • Uneaten part of an entree, maybe
  • Catcall
  • “Confound it!”
  • Bellicose deity
  • Paragraph in a playbill, maybe
  • What a fountain may provide
  • Supermodel Wek
  • Suffix meaning “cell”
  • Big finish?
  • Heavyweight at a zoo
  • Subdivision in group theory
  • Zealous
  • À la ___
  • Symbols of wisdom
  • Reformer Jacob who wrote “How the Other Half Lives”
  • Certain Olympic athletes since 1900
  • Condition that Adderall may be prescribed for, in brief
  • Dorm leaders, in brief
  • Enemy of Popeye
  • Pluck, as eyebrow hairs
  • Bereft, old-style
  • Frozen dessert chain
  • Cocky character in a fable
  • Infomercial, e.g.
  • Like every secretary of state until 1997
  • On
  • Job for a body shop
  • Zig when one should zag, say
  • Get ___ on (ace)
  • Lass