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New York Times Crossword September 6 2020 Answers

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New York Times Crossword September 6 2020 Answers

ACROSS

  • Part of a backpack
    STRAP
  • Pyramids often
    TOMBS
  • Dutch requirements
    ROPES
  • Evan : Welsh :: ___ : Scottish
    IAN
  • One of Chekhovs Three Sisters
    IRINA
  • Hunter of myth
    ORION
  • Bring to bear
    EXERT
  • Result maybe in brief
    RBI
  • Many apartments in old warehouse districts
    LOFTS
  • Japanese comics style
    MANGA
  • Labor Day baby e.g.
    VIRGO
  • Shape formed by an extended thumb and index fingers
    ELL
  • Good person to believe in
    ONESELF
  • Switz. neighbor
    GER
  • Writer Tarbell who took on Standard Oil
    IDA
  • Pins are placed at the end of them
    LANES
  • 07 film
    YOUONLYLIVETWICE
  • Some E.M.T. cases
    ODS
  • Buying binges
    SPREES
  • Count in music
    BASIE
  • Logical start?
    ECO
  • U preceder
    VEE
  • Picked from a lineup informally
    IDED
  • Hurt
    AIL
  • Proverbs
    OLDSAWS
  • Like puppeteers usually
    UNSEEN
  • Maven
    WIZ
  • Leafy crown material
    LAUREL
  • Day competitor
    LITTLEBROWNANDCOMPANY
  • Bailiwicks
    AREAS
  • Legal
    LICIT
  • Chief Chirpa and others in sci-fi
    EWOKS
  • Wastes away
    ROTS
  • Fantasy Grammy winner
    ONO
  • Cool in old slang
    HEP
  • The way things are currently going …
    ASIS
  • Muscle problem
    SPASM
  • Muscular
    BUILT
  • Grammy-winning country singer Black
    CLINT
  • Play combo of old
    TINKERTOEVERSTOCHANCE
  • Mark ___ winner of the 1998 Masters
    OMEARA
  • George Carlin was its first host for short
    SNL
  • State capital on the Colorado River
    AUSTIN
  • Subject of Newtons first law of motion
    INERTIA
  • Dealers do this
    LIE
  • Have an in-tents experience?
    CAMP
  • QBs pass: Abbr.
    ATT
  • ___ to My Socks Pablo Neruda poem
    ODE
  • Larsson who wrote The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
    STIEG
  • Additionally
    TOBOOT
  • Deletes with out
    XES
  • Tree alternative
    INTERCONTINENTAL
  • Kind of salami
    GENOA
  • N.Y.C.s first subway line
    IRT
  • Like some gas: Abbr.
    REG
  • Big Sur novelist 1962
    KEROUAC
  • A suggestion
    RTE
  • World capital whose name comes from the Greek for wisdom
    SOFIA
  • Humble
    ABASE
  • Jazz composer with an Egyptian-inspired name
    SUNRA
  • ___ your call
    ITS
  • Elements of Algebra author 1770
    EULER
  • First lady of the 1950s
    MAMIE
  • Kind of pear that resembles an apple
    ASIAN
  • Rapper with the 2003 hit I Can
    NAS
  • Judge ___ (1995 Stallone movie)
    DREDD
  • ___ and curl (salon treatment)
    PRESS
  • Not interfere with
    LETBE

DOWN

  • Tower over the field
    SILO
  • Sci-fi film with vehicles called light cycles
    TRON
  • Loaded (with)
    RIFE
  • Prone to fidgeting
    ANTSY
  • Some 1990s Toyotas
    PASEOS
  • American fashion designer who once served as the creative director at Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent
    TOMFORD
  • ___ pro nobis
    ORA
  • Mixed together
    MINGLED
  • Gets one over on
    BOGEYS
  • Junkyard warning maybe
    SNARL
  • Play back?
    REVIVAL
  • Rust and quartz
    OXIDES
  • Equity valuation stat
    PERATIO
  • Tiny bit of work
    ERG
  • Vodka brand informally
    STOLI
  • She gained fame from her leading role in Fame
    IRENECARA
  • Having the means
    ABLE
  • ___ Lofgren guitarist for the E Street Band
    NILS
  • Wolflike
    LUPINE
  • Great two-pair poker hand
    ACESUP
  • Once called
    NEE
  • Spanish resort island
    IBIZA
  • Sure I guess …
    WELLOK
  • Relating to egg cells
    OVULAR
  • Actor who won a 2016 Presidential Medal of Freedom
    DENIRO
  • Six-line verse
    SESTET
  • Wilson of Meet the Parents
    OWEN
  • Colloquial contraction
    AINT
  • Stops up
    DAMS
  • Surreptitious
    SLY
  • Greek Hs
    ETAS
  • Golfer Ernie
    ELS
  • It ended on Nov. 11 1918
    WWI
  • Swell up
    BLOAT
  • Laundry soap since 1908
    RINSO
  • ___ all ye faithful
    OCOME
  • Classic fruity sodas
    NEHIS
  • Occupied with in
    DWELT
  • Accept as charged
    COPTO
  • How sad!
    ALAS
  • Liquor levy e.g.
    SINTAX
  • Provoke
    INCITE
  • Surgical inserts
    STENTS
  • Painter José María ___
    SERT
  • Kind words
    PRAISE
  • Va ___ (Italian All right)
    BENE
  • Something to bookmark
    URL
  • Film director Jon
    CHU
  • You to Yves
    TOI
  • ___ doctor but …
    IMNO
  • Trait of a clingy romantic partner
    NEEDINESS
  • Lead singer of rocks Yeah Yeah Yeahs (who uses just the initial of her last name)
    KARENO
  • Churchills trademark gesture
    VSIGN
  • Author born Truman Streckfus Persons
    CAPOTE
  • Not much at all
    ATRIFLE
  • Ballet attire
    LEOTARD
  • Pig in a poke or pigeon drop
    CONGAME
  • The Simpsons grandpa
    ABE
  • More of the ___ (1967 #1 album)
    MONKEES
  • Weepy 1954 Patti Page hit
    ICRIED
  • Haberdashers clasp
    TIEBAR
  • Of the ankle
    TARSAL
  • Stunned in a way
    TASED
  • Walk heavily
    TRAMP
  • Contemptible sort
    LOUSE
  • Toothy smile
    GRIN
  • Jazzs James
    ETTA
  • Condo e.g.
    UNIT
  • Kaffiyeh wearer
    ARAB
  • Christmas tree hanging
    CANE
  • Just between us?
    OUR
  • Family nickname
    SIS