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The new york times crossword

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ACROSS

1 Tiny unit of

matter

5 Singer Paul with a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame

9 Leafy fresh herb in a caprese salad 14 Arrived

15 “___ mio!” (“My lord!”: Sp.)

16 Tolerate

17 Data sources for Election Day coverage 19 Ringlets 20 “Same here” 21 Accessorie­s that may feature Windsor knots

23 Ships’

records 26 Kid-lit classic “Blueberrie­s for ___” 27 “And Still I Rise” poet Maya

30 Threedimen­sional 35 Fawn’s mother 36 Plead 38 Largest branch

of Islam 39 Large props held by contest winners in publicity photos 44 Sticky tree

secretion 45 Make a scratch

or dent in 46 “Abandon hope, ___ ye who enter here” 47 Mournful, as

poetry 50 Anticipate 53 Lady in Progressiv­e ads 54 Nincompoop 55 Late-1950s car stylings designed to look aerodynami­c 60 Word with tricks and thrills 64 Opposite of

urban

65 D.C. baseball players … or what the ends of 17-, 21-, 39and 55-Across

sound like 68 Make up (for) 69 Ireland, in

literature 70 Ideologies 71 Small lakes 72 Like moldy basements and some memes 73 Subdermal

lump

DOWN

1 Got 100% on 2 Steer a plane toward the

runway

3 Forget to

mention

4 Test one’s

___ (be a challenge) 5 Ballyhoo

6 Zip, zero,

nada 7 München : Munich :: ___ : Cologne 8 Subject to a tax, as property 9 Strong negative reaction, as

from the public 10 Border on 11 Apple’s voice

assistant 12 Run in neutral 13 Word sometimes used incorrectl­y for “fewer” 18 Game with 15 numbered

balls

22 Beanie, e.g. 24 Desert on the

Silk Road 25 Canal through

Egypt 27 Cherish

By Christophe­r oungs

28 Toni Morrison’s “Beloved,” for one

29 Plural that makes one wonder why there aren’t

any meese 31 Mon. follower 32 Early

Peruvians 33 Joint just

above the heel 34 Cotton fabric named for a French city 37 Beauty 40 18-wheeler 41 Nasal sounds from someone with a slight cold

42 Silly

43 Bird that caws 48 Oscar winner

Mahershala 49 Duped 51 Puerto ___ 52 Of a shared cultural identity 55 Ensnare 56 What you park in a driveway or drive on a parkway 57 Clothes

presser 58 Acquire, as a

job

59 Singer

Bareilles 61 Beginneris­h 62 “___ for the

poor” 63 Discreet attentiong­etter 66 Container for

mints 67 Squirt from an

octopus

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