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New York Times Crossword August 4 2019 Crossword Answers
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With 20-Across, fire the whole staff
Showing more craft
With 105-Across, “What walks on four dino legs in the morning, four dino legs at noon and four dino legs in the evening?” and other riddles?
Genre for “Rush Hour” and “Lethal Weapon”
The band Ben Folds Five, oddly
The “A” of BART
Any nonzero number to the zeroth power
“Little Women” sister
Pioneering silent director Weber
Says “Quack” instead of “Buzz”?
Like Cinderella’s stepsisters
Like tennis player Anna Smashnova’s name
Melodic opera passages
Something a new parent might take
Audio engineer’s device
Tables in an Old West saloon, e.g.?
“My Gal ___”
Source of hand-me-downs
The stuff of legends
Member of the Be Sharps, Homer Simpson’s barbershop quartet
Olympic powerhouse in boxing
Confuse “stem” with “stern,” e.g.
Claude ___, villain in “The Hunchback of Notre-Dame”
Some Dior dresses
Change to the Constitution first proposed in 1921, for short
Chess gambit employed by gangster Tony Montana?
Invite out for
Things that may be kicked
English novelist McEwan
Claims that Louis XIV’s palace is better than all the other buildings in France combined?
In the middle of, old-style
Menaces to Indiana Jones
Really big show
Side in checkers
Not tread lightly
Advertising claim that usually has a catch
Animal with a flexible snout
“From my standpoint …”
Start to type?
Nickname for the capital of the Peach State
Groups of stars
Site of a 1920s renaissance
Relative of a guinea pig
Last innings, typically
Sign of theatrical success
Subject of a fund-raiser
Thelma’s road trip partner
Currency with a “zone”
Old game console, for short
Icelandic literary work
Where a tunnel opens
“You’ll ___ for this!”
Extra couple of numbers?
Mobile home not much seen nowadays
Bygone N.Y.C. punk club
“___ longa, vita brevis”
Brings from outside with great effort
A in physics
User of the Twitter handle @Pontifex
It’s a blessing
Person who helps with a crash, informally
Finds hilarious, perhaps
A doctor might check them
Full-bodied Argentine wines
Word often said with a drawn-out “e” sound
Single squat or crunch
Craft in a close encounter
Doomed to fail, for short
Friend of Athos and Porthos
Smear in print
Onetime fad item with replacement seeds
Songs to be played at a concert
Gives the nod
Has because of
Portmanteau for a TV addict
___ to go
Some deals from dealerships
South, in Brazil
Texted question to someone who hasn’t shown up yet
Louis XIV, e.g.
Key in a corner