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New York Times Crossword December 3 2020 Crossword Answers
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Huger than huge
Weed killer’s target
Size in a lingerie shop
College named after a Scottish island
Word before “Streets” and “Girls” in film titles
Certain chamber ensemble
This occurs at least once – and never more than three times – in a year
Where frozen concentrated orange juice and Gatorade were invented: Abbr.
Something to teach a dog
Memorable launch of April 11, 1970
Modern lead-in to scrolling
It’s a downer
Like some suspects
Alternative to an elbow poke
Part of a parkway
Bygone TV part
2007 heist film sequel
“To weep is to make less the depth of ___”: Shak.
Texas’ ___ River, formerly part of the U.S./Mexico border
Bad fortune … as suggested by 19-, 30- and 47-Across?
Object of a search in an animated 2003 film
Preppy clothing brand
Weizman who once headed the Israeli Air Force
“Westworld” genre, informally
Hard nut to crack
Parenthetical comment after an ambiguous witticism
Part of EGOT
The U.S. Forest Service owns about 38% of it
Kind of milk
2000 Beatles album … or its peak position on Billboard
Palindromic kitchen item
Marked by opposite extremes
Preserve, in a way
Runs interference for the offense?
Sixth Amendment right
Flattens, in brief
Bit of insolence
Tanks and such
Nasty campaign charges
Big co. in the 2008 financial meltdown
Words of empathy
Hybrid tennis attire
Like items at a Goodwill store
Talks, talks, talks
Some party hires, for short
“___ or no ___?” (server’s question)
Music’s Dr. ___