New York Times Crossword March 6 2021 Puzzle

Updated on March 6 2021 04:00

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What curly brackets denote, in mathematics
"How ___ ..."
Lizzo title lyric repeated three times before "Make a girl go crazy"
They might be tapped out
Adjusts to zero, in a way
Unit of cryptocurrency
Birthplace of Malcolm X
Used as a rendezvous point
Stir-fry ingredient
Crack, so to speak
"___ World" ("Sesame Street" segment)
Freestyles, perhaps
Like most of Mars
Curling target
Main ingredient in the curry dish kosha mangsho
Bolshevik's foe
"So sorry, that was totally the wrong thing to say!"
Literally, "my master"
Certain school clique
Busses near Paddington Station?
Actor Spiner
"The Age of Bronze" artist
Page-previewing program
First supermodel to produce her own posters and calendars
A.D.A.-compliant, in a way
Traditional feature of a Hindu bride
___ slip
Place for the self-righteous, metaphorically
"That's the way the cookie crumbles"
"Star Trek" character played by 12-Down
Harper of "No Country for Old Men"
What "M" and "F" are both short for
Removes from the mound, in baseball lingo
What takes all types?
Aria, e.g.
In a relationship
Organic fuel
Faces of the internet?
School science project involving a vegetable and a voltmeter
Patches, say
See 14-Across
Leak proof?
A.F.C. South squad
British pop star who sang 2012's "R.I.P."
Symbol of San Francisco
Sticks in water
Keep off the court?
Steals, slangily
Skills that not many people know about
Pre-commencement activity
"Live" co-host beginning in 2001
Grate stuff
Event whose organizers are concerned with brand recognition?
Worked on together
Side opposite 41-Across in a sci-fi clash
Energy sources, of a sort
One might be raised by a skeptic
Author of "The Witches" and "The Twits"