New York Times Crossword September 11 2019 Puzzle

Updated on September 11 2019 03:00

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Visitor from the planet Melmac
Part of MSG
Real scream
Rowdy ___, lead role on TV's "Rawhide"
Not so risky
Some funeral arrangements
Neo-___ (film genre)
Onetime pop star Donny
Checks (out)
Stadium ticket specification
Baptism, e.g.
Big name in stain removal
Converse competitor
Included in an email chain
Palindromic nickname
Upscale Swiss ski resort
Like some terriers
Basic subj. for a surgeon
What some eyeglasses lack
Home of the Blarney Stone
Starting on
One who's "out"
When repeated, a club game?
One handy with a lariat
Like gymnasts
Screwdrivers, e.g.
When a nautical day begins
Olive oil and fish oil are high in them
Cards at a club, say
Fable's end
Transportation safety workers, e.g.
2000s Fox drama set in Newport Beach
Nimble, especially for one's age
"Night" memoirist Wiesel
Former CNN anchor Paula
Shutterbug's setting
Mortimer ___, dummy voiced by Edgar Bergen
Lewis who sang the theme for "Avatar"
Gone from the plate
One of three figures carved on Georgia's Stone Mountain
Ace in the hole?
Fumble or stumble
Provides pieces for
Question of introspection
Die-hard fan's cry
Throw in the towel?
1960s campus org.
"___ ever occurred to you ...?"
Omicrons' predecessors
Proofreader's "leave it in"
Come up in the world?
Head Stone?
Grab a stool, say
English architect Jones
Time off, informally
Bourbon and Beale: Abbr.
Rarer than rare
Snake in the grass?
Art often of marginal quality?
___ vez (once: Sp.)
R&B singer with the 2006 hit "So Sick"
Headstone letters
Bird in the hand?
Unseen title character in a classic play
Top dog
Guffaw syllable
Female friend, to Felipe
Piquant garnishes