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New York Times Crossword August 6 2020 Crossword Answers
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Run for it!
Ingredient separated and whipped in meringue
One with a title
TV host with the memoir “Born a Crime”
Political party founded in 1966
Oh, it’s nothing
Perimeter of a billiards table
Speakeasy, by another name
Mailroom stamp: Abbr.
___ vez (again, in Spanish)
T-shirt choices, for short
Shortly before the events of the New Testament
Wyatt, Virgil or Morgan of the Old West
“Praise be to ___”
Language in which the majority of words are monosyllabic
Woman’s name that means “violet”
Pushes to the side
Like the Kardashians’ heritage
They might help you get a grip
Saying “You’ve never looked better,” maybe
Chorus at an arena de fútbol
Hard hit, in baseball lingo
Wear in ancient Rome
Many a country road
Brand of “anti-aging” products
Fr. religious figures
Author of “Interview With the Vampire”
Hesitant to act
What a foul mouth is full of?
Counselor to Job
Container brand that lost its trademark status in 1963
“I’ll be right behind you”
Main Las Vegas industry
Outer space phenomenon photographed for the first time in 2019
Clif Bar bit
MuggleNet, for Harry Potter devotees
Prime Cuts and T-Bonz brand
It might prevent an overload of the power grid
___ Wiseman, director of “Total Recall”
With 32-Down, ambiguity … or a hint to this puzzle’s theme
Is allowed to, quaintly
Carrier to Tokyo
Game whose dual-colored pieces are apt for this puzzle’s theme
Gene with a large ‘stache of films?
Cirque du ___
“Grimms’ Fairy Tales” heroine
Two-time Tony-winning actress Judith
Goddess often depicted holding an ankh
And so on: Abbr.
Mo. when Oktoberfest starts