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We have a common love for solving New York Times Crossword. It is a lovely crossword, very professional and a funny way to learn something new by solving them on our free time. On the other hand we know how frustrating can be the situation when you almost have complete all the answers and those two last questions are torturing you.
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New York Times Crossword January 21 2020 Crossword Answers
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Something to pitch or break
“I give up!”
Ham or lamb
___ bowl (health food offering)
1988 Summer Olympics city
Subject of interest to a 23andMe user
“You are not!” retort
Hit from the ’60s?
“Baa baa” mama
Groups plotting coups
English school that’s a rival of Harrow
Party purchase … or a hint to each circled letter set
Bronze and brass
A.T.F. agent, e.g.
Keyboard key pressed by a pinkie
“Nothing in life is fun for the whole ___”: Jerry Seinfeld
Prepped, as apples for baking
“Aaron ___, Sir” (song from “Hamilton”)
Fluorescent bulb filler
Major Baltic port
Quick to anger
“Sign me up!”
Go back and forth
Layer below the earth’s crust
Shade of blue
Symbol on a Braves baseball cap
“Bullets,” in poker
Old German money
Beat writer ___ Cassady
Not be punctual
“Mr. Blue Sky” band, for short
E-file recipient, in brief
Soccer stadium chant
Upset stomach soother, informally
They’ll earn you a 2.0
Annual Austin festival, for short
Healthy diet and regular exercise, say
Airport across the bay from OAK
Pokémon Go, in the late 2010s, e.g.
Vacuum cleaners featuring “cyclone” technology
“Live and Let Die” villain
Cougar or cheetah
Abbr. in a real estate ad