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New York Times Crossword January 15 2021 Crossword Answers
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Wallet holder since 2015
Hit Netflix reboot starring the Fab Five
There’s often a lot of them for sale
Some office desk clutter
Writers Roald and Sophie
Bottom of an interrobang
Safari’s compass, e.g.
Breakneck … or something to break
Sticky snack made with a stick
Eclipsed everyone else
One getting fired up for competition?
Shower heads, perhaps
“The Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing,” for one
Game that can be played on bicycles or elephants
Change for some sawbucks, maybe
Symbols of strength
Complete loss of self-identity
Where one might hear a call for action
Members of some blended families
Goes quietly, perhaps
Fruits that are the basis of Marillenschnaps
Dance with jerky movements
Actress Julie of “Modern Family”
Cross to bear
Topic in property law, colloquially
Like a good job, maybe
Prominent part of a pump
County in Northern Ireland
Spilled the tea, so to speak
Model Boyd who inspired the songs “Layla” and “Wonderful Tonight”
Kind of manual
Uses a manual, say
Ferrari alternative, slangily
Percussion in some folk music that may be improvised
Captured, in a way
Fashion designer’s portfolio
Employs as a backup plan, with “to”
Written in the stars
Number shown in brackets?
“Hidden Figures” org.
Baba ghanouj, e.g.