New York Times Crossword September 29 2019 Puzzle


Updated on September 29 2019 00:00


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Tree that starts fires?
Coal industry org.
Shade
Eponymous 2001 #1 album
Middle-earth quaff
The banker in the Beatles' "Penny Lane" never wears one in the pouring rain (very strange!)
Airport grp.
Domains
Down
Words to a dejected friend
___ Rutherford, a.k.a. the Father of Nuclear Physics
Native New Zealanders
Simple hydrocarbon
Leader in yellow journalism and an inspiration for "Citizen Kane"
On the warpath
Some brick houses
Became less severe
GPS suggestions: Abbr.
"Great" place to be
Do a star turn
One without a title
Resting
Check out
___ pool
Look after
Shout from a lottery winner
Hastily
French dialect
Serving at a pancake house
Had down
Voice role for Beyoncé in 2019's "The Lion King"
MIX, for one
Was sore
Hogwarts potions professor
Thirst (for)
Diver's accouterments
Impulse
Comics character often kicked off a table
Rough housing
Fuss
Request from
Having a long face, say
Angle symbol in geometry
Imperfect cube
See 43-Down
With 44-Down, judge's mandate
Not go bad
Habitat for a mallow
Old strings
Mark indelibly
Apparently does
Faction
Words on an invoice
The Phanerozoic, e.g., in geology
Not many
Regarding
75 person?
Fancy gizmos
Package deliverers of the present day?
Diminutive
Purchase for Wile E. Coyote
"... ___ a lender be"
Galena, e.g.
Flavoring for snack peas
Tie the knot
State of stability
Capital of Punjab
Quarrel
___-mo
Word of advice
Like some customs
Kind of battle
What one does not do when sent to jail
Seize (from)
Rough amts.
Co. heads
Pops up in France?
5x5 crosswords, e.g.
___ Minor
Alnico or chromel
End ___
The main food served at Walden Pond?
"___ nobis pacem" ("Grant us peace": Lat.)
Dear
Several of them could be used in a row
Big Apple airport code
The Oligocene, e.g., in geology
Massive weapon of sci-fi
What a truck driver puts on before a date?
Terse summons
Last in a series, perhaps
Central region of the Roman Empire
Branch
Coin in the Potterverse
Loire filler
Option in an Edit menu
Musician Brian
Summary of an easy negotiation?
The second "p" in p.p.m.
Indian title
Garden plots
Lean
"I see it now"
Fire man?
Bankroll
Architect Lin
"Our lab studies regular dance moves rather than high-kicking"?
"My word!"
Refuse to admit
Long hikes
"I saw ___ duck" (classic ambiguous sentence)
Protected, as feet
Trim, with "down"
Beer, slangily
Lead-in to -ville in children's literature
How everyone on this floor is feeling?
Go wrong
___-V ("paste" on a PC)
Cause of a shocking Amazon charge?
Art ___
Verano, across the Pyrénées
Brewing one's morning coffee, e.g.
"Yikes!"
Basic skate trick
Like ambitious scientists?
Tiffany lampshade, e.g.
Quickly go through the seasons, say
Friend ___ friend
Alma mater of George Orwell and Henry Fielding
Kim to Kourtney, or Kourtney to Khloé
Bona ___
Cruise that specializes in baked alaska, e.g.?
Vault
"___ Burr, Sir" ("Hamilton" song)
Roof part
End of oyster season
Pieces of work?
Habit
Myriad
Short strokes