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|New York Times crossword of February 17th, 2024 other clues
|Major Manhattan thoroughfare, informally
|N.B.A. team that shares an arena with the N.H.L.'s Stars, familiarly
|Traditional wedding dish in southern Italy, hence its literal translation ("brides")
|Most Broadway theaters have two of these
|Going after the big bucks, say
|Fish often served tartare
|Nickname for Time's 2023 Person of the Year
|Pole used for extending a sail
|Half and half
|Some home installations, in brief
|Cool, in old lingo
|Made a lap, say
|Rapper ___ Cat
|Position with security
|Very rough, as an experience
|Drinks are on me!
|Defensive football plays, informally
|"___ seguro?" ("Are you sure?": Sp.)
|Creature catcher in gaming
|"You're tempting fate!"
|Goggles that aren't meant to go underwater
|Construction materials named after a capital?
|Like some shows and bands
|Order that comes with a wide straw
|Speed skater Johann ___ Koss, winner of four Olympic golds
|Makes quiet, in a way
|Source of a foul odor when wool is washed
|Show with a Joke Swap segment, in brief
|Small part of a window
|Junot ___, author of "The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao"
|Maternity ward staffers, informally
|Look within oneself
|Japanese/Italian fusion dish
|Not that much
|Letters on a bow
|Site of a famous flag-raising
|Head for the toilet, say?
|"Sure, lemme deal with this first, though"
|Lays down some ground rolls?
|Like communal property
|Southern side dish
|Barbie and Ken, e.g.
|Lead-in to plane
|Publicity, so to speak
|"Tsk, tsk," in textspeak
|Palate cleanser in a multicourse French meal
|Bug that sounds like it was in the air?
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