New York Times Crossword March 2 2020 Puzzle

Updated on March 2 2020 00:00

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Was in first place
Rock music subgenre
___ PĂ©rignon
Get taller
Mom's mom
May or June gown wearer
Middle of the face
How thumbs are twiddled
Keep on the shelves
Went "Hello ... ello ... llo ... lo ..."
Clearasil target, in slang
"Somehow it all gets done"
Male turkey
Wedding vow
Greg ___, three-time Tour de France winner
One living under a bridge, in fairy tales
Bruce Wayne's home, for one
Actress Thurman
___ Tolkien, author of "The Lord of the Rings"
Resident of Doha
Pinch pennies
Funeral vehicle
Someone who might say "There, there"
Profs' aides
Brand of taco shells and salsas
Kind of personality a go-getter has
Long, long time
Casino cube
"___ Superman!"
Teenage witch of TV
Lawyer's document
Genre for Cardi B and Nicki Minaj
Handhold for a rock climber
Actress Spelling of "Beverly Hills 90210"
Airline that doesn't schedule flights on Shabbat
"Get real, for heaven's sake!"
Benjamin Netanyahu's nickname
At the home of: Fr.
Crunchy, as carrots
Applied Clairol to, perhaps
Runway walker
Bingo-like casino game
Singer of "Let It Go" in Disney's "Frozen"
Final Greek letter
Old Russian ruler
Indication that it's time to take out the trash
Airport bummer
"Forget about it!" ... or a clue to the starts of 20-, 27- and 47-Across
To the ___ degree
Tilted, as printed letters
Star of Broadway's "Fiddler on the Roof"
Stiffly formal
Communication means for the deaf, for short
See 36-Across
"The Godfather" crowd
Con's opposite
Kind of rock for which New Hampshire is known
"Who am ___ judge?"
With 44-Across, N.B.A. player once married to a Kardashian
"At Wit's End" humorist Bombeck
"Krazy ___"
Russian refusal
Exercises that work the glutes, quads and abs
"___ the land of the free ..."
Butane-filled item for smokers
"A Doll's House" playwright Henrik
Not give ___ (not care)
Website with a "Buy It Now" option
10:1, e.g.
Actress Loughlin of "Full House"
Clue for the clueless
Bottom half of a 45
Inscribe, as on a trophy
Airer of "48 Hours" and "60 Minutes"