New York Times Crossword January 26 2021 Puzzle


Updated on January 26 2021 04:00


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See 59-Down
With 61-Down, org. once headed by George H. W. Bush
T.S.A. employee, e.g.: Abbr.
Kitten's plaything
Got bigger
Having some kick
Bigfoot or yeti
Georgia's state wildflower
Paper tiger?
Gestation station?
Some Siouan speakers
Drivers who rarely have passengers
Economizes
Place for a mud bath
"S.N.L." alum Horatio
Cracker name since 1934
Home of Dar es Salaam
Glass-___ (1933 banking legislation, informally)
Adage
Golfer Ernie
Cold weather roofing problem
Back of the neck
More eager
___ Jenner, Kardashian family matriarch
Face, in slang
Snoring symbols
Paprika or pepper
Four, on a par 4 hole
Thick syrups
Thick soups
Airer of TV's "Moesha" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
Tech school in Troy, N.Y.
California's motto
Watch surreptitiously
Looney Tunes nickname
Warm and snug
Letters of urgency
Crystal ___ (some prognosticators)
Estevez of "St. Elmo's Fire"
Ran out, as a subscription
Dejected
Action that may be "contagious"
Puts on the schedule
Poet's nightfall
Cake layer
Difficult situations
Game in which the answers to the starred clues are legal plays but cannot be formed even if you have both blanks
Everglades mammal
Carrier of sweatpants and sneakers
Rob of "St. Elmo's Fire"
"Hometown proud" supermarket chain
Move like molasses
*Gaudy display
Tusked marine creature of the Arctic
Hundredths of a peso
Hang
Unadventurous
*State that many people want to get to on vacation?
Equipment for pentathletes
Awards for ad agencies
Fish-eating bird
File of documents
*Trinket
Dublin's land, to natives
Eastern "way"
Neighbor of an Arkansawyer
Feeling ready for bed
Computer accessory
*Having panache
Be in favor of
Lava, e.g.
Some of its members wear P.P.E.
Blows one's top
Book after the Gospels
Part of a relay race