New York Times Crossword January 13 2020 Crossword Answers

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New York Times Crossword January 13 2020 Crossword Answers

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  • Suitable for sinking one’s teeth into
  • Mountain lion
  • Speaker’s platform
  • Letter before beta
  • 401(k) alternatives
  • Latch ___ (grip)
  • Plumber’s tool
  • Dermatological sac
  • One catching morays
  • Three-time All-Star pitcher Robb ___
  • Cry from a crib
  • Vacation relaxation destination
  • Reaches adulthood
  • Apportion
  • Moo goo ___ pan (Chinese chicken dish)
  • Check for fit
  • KLM is a “royal” one
  • Overdid it onstage
  • Defeated
  • Too much on one’s plate
  • Instrument for Billy Joel
  • Snake in “Raiders of the Lost Ark”
  • Zeus : Greek :: Jupiter : ___
  • “Oops, missed the deadline”
  • Big name in ice cream
  • Statute
  • D.C. insider
  • Small, like Santa’s helpers
  • Bread spread
  • Cramped spot for an plane passenger … or a hint to something hidden in 17-, 26-, 34-, 42- and 51-Across
  • Where a cashier puts money
  • Mani-___ (salon combo)
  • Cow in classic Borden ads
  • Two-for-one event
  • Yemeni port
  • Car company with so-called “Gigafactories”
  • Treasure hunter’s aid
  • ___ Lilly & Co.
  • Draw interest from
  • “With this ring, I ___ wed”
  • Two-masted sailing vessel
  • Polish dumpling
  • Funerary receptacle
  • Newsman Robert, former PBS partner of Jim Lehrer
  • Contents of a funerary receptacle
  • Disney dwarf with the shortest name
  • “Nevertheless …”
  • “The deal went through!”
  • Storyteller’s segue
  • ___ room (game site)
  • Far
  • One-named hitmaker born in Nigeria
  • Desirable, as a job
  • Spoil
  • San Joaquin Valley city
  • One-eighth portion
  • Business district in downtown Chicago
  • Commotion
  • Company behind the Watson project
  • Docility
  • “Omigosh!”
  • Gainsay
  • Added up, as a score
  • Passenger-screening org.
  • Chose to join
  • Their prospects are up in the air
  • Home of Milano and Firenze
  • In addition
  • ___-Loompa (Willy Wonka worker)
  • Building wing
  • Pedal pushers
  • ___ of Capri
  • World Cup cheer
  • 1950s presidential monogram
  • Be under the weather
  • Wimbledon service?