New York Times September 21 2018 Crossword Answers

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New York Times September 21 2018 Crossword Answers

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  • ‘Do You Hear What I Hear?,’ e.g
  • ‘So that’s ___?’
  • ‘Yeah, maybe’
  • 1924 to 1953
  • Actor Eric
  • Alternative to stone
  • Baby carriers
  • Brand of facial brush
  • Caravan destinations
  • Christmas, in Italy
  • Clear
  • Colleague of 23-Down for 15 years
  • Console pioneer
  • Core group?
  • Door-to-door giant
  • Downton Abbey, e.g
  • Dress down
  • Eastern city whose name sounds weird?
  • Effect of surplus oil
  • El Chapo, notably
  • Entries in red
  • F.S.U. player, to fans
  • Fancies
  • Follower of ‘sweet’ or ‘in your’
  • French aperitif
  • Fruits that ripen after being picked
  • G.O.P. org. … or letters after Senator Richard Burr’s name
  • Gas
  • Glass pieces
  • Goat’s cry
  • Goes soft
  • Groove
  • Growth on buoys
  • Household nickname
  • Instagram filter shade
  • It’s not going anywhere
  • Make believe
  • Many commercial slogans
  • Marco Polo was on it for 24 years
  • Mollycoddles
  • Nashville-based awards show, familiarly
  • Not be steadfast
  • One of 18 on a golf course
  • Pen noise
  • Plugs away
  • Polenta base
  • Pres. Obama’s signature achievement
  • Raise
  • Rapper with the double-platinum album ‘If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late’
  • Retired justice who wrote ‘Out of Order: Stories From the History of the Supreme Court’
  • Rhinestone-covered appurtenance for Elvis
  • Roadside danger, for short
  • Sight in many a Japanese restaurant
  • Skating site
  • Split tickets?
  • Streaming alternatives
  • Tarbell who took on Standard Oil
  • That: Sp
  • The mathematician Fibonacci, for one
  • They’re indispensable
  • Think piece
  • Tim Roth’s character in ‘Reservoir Dogs’
  • Took courses under pressure
  • Tot’s attire
  • Trailer, e.g
  • Unabomber’s writing, e.g
  • Unwanted messages
  • Western vacation spot
  • Whole
  • ___ Ski Valley, one of the highest municipalities in the U.S. (9,207 feet)