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New York Times crossword of September 1st, 2019 other clues
Volcanic residue
Iraqi, e.g.
Not working today
Top of the Alps?
Singer with the 2016 #1 hit "Cheap Thrills"
Ancient Iranian
Something dogs may pull
Only musical to win Best Picture since "Oliver!" in 1968
Early encyclopedist credited with coining "Home is where the heart is"
Adjusts, as an instrument
Reference aids for artists
Children's author Lowry
Nonkosher sammie
Tested
Phrase followed by "one two, one two"
English channel, with "the"
___ Min Lee, victim in the hit podcast "Serial"
Archipelago nation in the Indian Ocean
Stage before pupa
Gchat transmissions, briefly
Accident-investigating org.
Big dealer in outdoor gear
Suggestion for a reading circle, informally
Fruit with a pit
Seek revenge on, in a way
Is a straight shooter
Some printer hues
Word after meal or before school
Put forward as a basis of argument
Takedown pieces, slangily
Charge (through)
Dryer residue
Dog sound
Sunbather in the tropics
Sources of weekly N.C.A.A. rankings
Looked at lasciviously
Work with feet?
Pretzel topping
Modern cousin of "Yay!"
Fear-inducing
Spanish phrase meaning "Enough is enough!"
"Pencils down!"
Huge mix-up
Soft-rock singer who received Kennedy Center Honors in 2016
Philanthropist Broad
Salacious stuff
Anonymous female, in court
Nurse in a bar
Train between N.Y.C. and Montauk
Crafty
Kind of acid
Inherited
Muffin ingredient
It's rigged
Protein in Wheaties
Bygone car model that's an anagram of GRANITE
Part of a diner display
It brings you closer to your subjects
"The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Knocked Up"
Mythical hunter turned into a stag
State bordering the Pacific
Establishment such as Crumbs and Whiskers or KitTea (both real!)
Avian diver
Not much
Convent-ional sort
Gets ready to pray
National Pizza Mo.
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Future Ph.D.'s test
Grp. with a pet project?
Buildings often outfitted with ladders
Lauds
Oscar nominee for "Gone Baby Gone," 2007
Measure of virality
Ritalin target, for short
It's full of hard-to-spell words
What a bitter person might try to settle
Retainer
Prez with the dog Fala
4-Across chief
All-in-one boxes
R.N.'s place
Foreign capital designed by two Americans
9+ for a game, e.g.
Program starting with the fifth year of college, informally
Like 100-1 odds
Popular gardening shoe
Early vintner, in the Bible
Music genre associated with the goth look
Baudelaire's "___ Fleurs du Mal"
Inch along
The common folk
Picnic side dish
Trucker with a transmitter
Stuff of legends
Futuristic tracking device
"Are we done here?," politely
Bust, maybe
Dines
Recycling ___
River mammal
Flow of one line of a verse to the next without pause
Music genre from Asia
Term of address from one girlfriend to another
IV, to III, e.g.
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Player of many an opera villain
Stun
Family name on a 1960s sitcom
Sorry
Bygone military punishment
Fantasy series that inspired "Game of Thrones," briefly
What the thumbs-up emoji can mean
Took a course?
Kosher ___
Sleekly designed
Flared dress type
Spice Girl also known as Sporty Spice
Bob Marley, for one
Liqueur often mixed with water
Vacancy
One of the Avengers
Fill to absolute capacity
For all to see, in a way
Koala's tree
Marketing tactic
Australian band with the 1988 #1 hit "Need You Tonight"
"Ideas worth spreading" offshoot
Mistakes
Singular
Speck
Cleaning for military inspection
Happen again
In lockstep
Fervor
Lyft alternative
Nickname for a buddy
Bronx-born singer, familiarly
Bronx-born congresswoman, familiarly

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