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New York Times Crossword January 24 2020 Crossword Answers
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Finger-pointing activity, colloquially
Hit 2018 film involving a gay teenage romance
World capital NE of Vientiane
Melodramatic shout of resignation
Worker in “The 12 Days of Christmas”
Host of the 2007 and 2014 Academy Awards, familiarly
Ingredient in an old-fashioned
Royal name of Norway
Where to see a display of balance?
Part of a chest
Marked by apery
State capital with fewer than 20,000 residents
Interview conducted online, for short
Term of address for a drag queen
Puts in a hold
Beverages from 56-Down
Actor Hammer of “The Social Network”
Get a Lyft, say
Going after, in a way
Things that get hot-wired?
Armed conflict, euphemistically
“My word!,” in Britain
That’s the spot!
Makes use (of)
Gave a darn?
Mine, to a mademoiselle
Like a stereotypical teenager
Supreme Court justices, e.g.
Singer featured in the 2018 film sequel to 37-Down
Travel along a tightrope, maybe
Purchases for do-it-yourselfers
“Civil Disobedience” essayist, 1849
Virtual animal on a once-popular website
John who explored northern Canada
Restriction that some service animals are exempt from
Divisions in the N.F.L.: Abbr.
Sucker, for short
This is a test
Musical set on a Greek island
One-named singer whose name sounds like a goodbye
Gradually withdrawing (from)
Brigham Young, notably
Offer comfort to
Does some backup dancing?
Deity in a Hindu trinity
Sound from a subwoofer
Holders of 59-Across
Things showing dedication?
Title in Colombo