New York Times Crossword February 13 2020 Crossword Answers

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New York Times Crossword February 13 2020 Crossword Answers

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  • Loops in, in a way
  • Marjoram, for one
  • Theater
  • Japanese affirmative
  • Home’s edge
  • Relative of a jaguarundi
  • ___ chart
  • Times when teachers go to school but students don’t
  • Had
  • Where the lord’s work is done?
  • “___, do not think I flatter”: Hamlet
  • Vessel for dipping at a dinner table
  • First: Lat.
  • Fair
  • “___ Nacht in Venedig” (operetta)
  • “___ that order!” (“Star Trek” command)
  • Onetime “Truth in engineering” sloganeer
  • “Haven’t the foggiest!”
  • Reference that arranges words by concept rather than alphabetically
  • On the house
  • Text-displaying technology for Kindles and Nooks
  • Stows (away)
  • Something found on a neck
  • For the ages
  • Kind of yoga
  • Cousin of a sno-cone
  • Traveler’s text message, maybe
  • Swear words
  • Admitted
  • Take a chance … or a hint to the letters in the shaded squares
  • Buses and taxis have them nowadays
  • “I Am ___” (2013 best-selling autobiography)
  • Pants, in slang
  • Brooklyn-based sch.
  • Saying
  • Confer, as power
  • People profiled in hagiographies: Abbr.
  • Tap
  • Substance applied with a chamois
  • Enlist
  • Classic children’s heroine once played in film by Shirley Temple
  • Suffix with Euclid
  • Campers
  • Complaint
  • Many an Arthur C. Clarke work
  • ___ Conference
  • Co-star of 2019’s “Marriage Story”
  • Noted painter of scenes of the Napoleonic Wars
  • Place for unique gifts
  • Finished
  • As good as it’s going to get?
  • Prefix with tourism
  • Children’s author who wrote “There is no one alive who is you-er than you!”
  • Stash
  • German possessive
  • Less deserving of coal in one’s stocking
  • ___ Lingus
  • “Woo-hoo!”
  • Pioneer in syllogistic logic
  • Like I Samuel among the books of the Old Testament
  • Some offensive linemen, for short
  • Ruth’s was 2.28
  • Locale in Wagner’s “Das Rheingold”
  • Singer James
  • Popular Father’s Day gifts
  • Kismet
  • Palindromic response to “Madam, I’m Adam”
  • Sources of attar
  • “Go me!”
  • Count
  • “Fooled you!”
  • Dweller on the Bering Sea
  • Humorist Bombeck
  • Super Mario Bros. character with a mushroom head
  • Good resolution provider
  • Video game annoyance
  • Red state
  • Counterpart of sin