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New York Times Crossword January 23 2021 Crossword Answers
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Bands popular in the ’70s
Uses a letter opener on
Later on, when appropriate
“The Pirates of Penzance” ingénue
Grammy winner with the surname Adkins
National ___ Hall of Fame, in Rochester, N.Y.
Esther of TV’s “Good Times”
“Breaking Bad” protagonist
Refresh, in a way
“Quit your bickering!”
Left on deck
Reached the point of no return?
Like many Ariz. residents
Fraught with risk
Snow-capped peak of song
Yellowstone traffic halters
One going paperless in April, say
Once-common mall fixtures
Nut chewed as a stimulant
Certain computer key
Face-covering dance move
Star N.F.L. receiver ___ Beckham Jr.
“Stoned Soul Picnic” songwriter
Counterpart of butch
Language in which “Hello, how are you?” is “Saluton, kiel vi fartas?”
Its penultimate line is “Poems are made by fools like me”
Franchise with the “Dominating the Deep” DVD set
Sight in a produce aisle
“I’m ___ you!”
Danny ___, ventriloquist dummy for Jimmy Nelson
Pressure over a debt
Second or third version
“Life ___” (2014 Roger Ebert documentary)
Finance co. rebranded as Ally Financial
Branch of mathematics that uses union and intersection operations
Classic film that gave us the term “paparazzi”
Restless movements, maybe
“I … I can’t even”
Certain paddy crop
Car with a lightning bolt logo
French dessert of soft custard
Things that generate a lot of cookie dough?
Early educator of George Orwell
Some airplane seats
Traditional wedding vow word
Showing less refinement
Gene who’s considered “the founding father of the modern drum set”
Far from deliberate
Enter into a calendar
“Thanks anyway, pardner”