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New York Times Crossword July 12 2020 Crossword Answers
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“The King of Latin Pop”
“The Tale of ___ Puddle-Duck” (Beatrix Potter children’s book)
Give an address
Onscreen twins, often
Ruler of the afterlife, in Egyptian mythology
Benefit of some online purchases
Chore for a censor?
LaBelle or LuPone
With, at a café
The Cards, on scoreboards
Chore for a satellite TV technician?
Wayne’s sidekick in old “S.N.L.” skits
What a digital subscription might end
Certify formally, with “to”
Scientist who said “I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious”
Wet weather wear
Chore for a security guard?
___ Na Na
Like a list of lists of lists
Kristen of “Bridesmaids”
___ Verde National Park
Having zero talent for
Wisconsin senator Johnson
Person to look out for
Chore for a rower?
“Chandelier” singer, 2014
Chore for a knight?
Icy moon of Jupiter
Air Force 1 maker
“Come to think of it …”
Chore for a dog-walker?
More watered down
Statement before a demonstration
Children’s author Richard
It’s spotted at the craps table
Fool, in Canadian slang
Chore for an N.F.L. owner?
Pro at deductions
Daughter of Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise
“The Princess Bride” character ___ Montoya
Chore for a bowling alley employee?
Carrying a key?
Double-black diamond section of a ski mountain, with “the”
With a firm grip
Conference attendee’s clip-on
Tropical sorbet flavor
The people’s choice
Utah resort town
Abbr. on a city limits sign
Certain Spanish Surrealist paintings
Cause of a small setback
World’s largest tennis stadium, familiarly
Hitting the right note
Common Christmas entree
Where Groucho, Chico and Harpo spent a night
Crispy cookie brand
Like most modern TVs, informally
Most common surname in Brazil
Former SeaWorld attraction
San Francisco’s ___ Valley
Nintendo gaming console with a pileup of vowels
Tourney format, for short
Potential result of social unrest
___ mess (traditional English dessert)
Cold and humid
“Germ” that’s passed from one child to another
Redundant name for a drink
Captain with a whalebone leg
Bad thing for a bluffer
Home to the landmark Koko Crater
Poet ___ Scott-Heron
It’s due south of Hollywood
Shoving match, in a way
Motel 6 alternative
Isolated team of workers, in business-speak
Didn’t just assume
“That hits the spot”
Michelle of “Crazy Rich Asians”
Scottish terrier type
Actor Robert of “Spenser: For Hire”
Like the rank of major general
Vessel whose name anagrams to where it might be used
Woods who voiced Cinderella
Open space in a forest
Like investing in a start-up
Loops in, in a way
Chapel Hill sch.