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New York Times Crossword October 22 2020 Crossword Answers
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Rock band with a 1980 album that went 25x platinum
They put in long hours to get better hours
Emmy-winning actress Aduba
What’s theorized to have preceded the Big Bang
Puts off, in a way
Telephone when all lit up?
Word seen above a mug shot
What polar opposites have in common
It may lead up to a letdown
When some people break for lunch
Red slips of paper?
___ Bengal (five-star hotel in Kolkata)
Founder of the Sikh religion
What’s uttered by a mime
Second-busiest airport in the U.S.
Houseware brand that’s easy to read in a mirror
Keeps going despite fatigue … or a hint to three features of this puzzle
Military missions, informally
They may be given in relief
It’s used to carry out an order
Gear for the bench
Oscar winner Mahershala
Corp. leader in charge of 35-Down
John of “Being John Malkovich”
Enthusiastic reply to “Wanna try?”
“___ with me?”
Many a 4WD ride
Name on both “The Simpsons” and “South Park”
They cause rolling of the eyes, not rolling in the aisles
Woos outside one’s league, so to speak
It brings the heat
Place to catch shrimp
Aid in catching shrimp
Had a home-cooked meal
Observance once known as Quadragesima (Latin for “fortieth”)
Harrison, e.g., but not Ford
Gets darker, in a way
Ones arranging spots
Approximate weight of a liter of water
Green splats, on Rotten Tomatoes
[And … it’s gone!]
Format of a digital pic
Its name is said to mean “people of the mountains”
Where squatters may be seen
Defeat just barely
Word that becomes its own synonym if you change its first letter to “WI”