New York Times Crossword September 6 2020 Puzzle

Updated on September 6 2020 00:00

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Family nickname
Just between us?
Christmas tree hanging
Kaffiyeh wearer
Condo, e.g.
Jazz's James
Toothy smile
Contemptible sort
Walk heavily
Stunned, in a way
Of the ankle
Haberdasher's clasp
Weepy 1954 Patti Page hit
"More of the ___" (1967 #1 album)
"The Simpsons" grandpa
Pig in a poke or pigeon drop
Ballet attire
Not much at all
Author born Truman Streckfus Persons
Churchill's trademark gesture
Lead singer of rock's Yeah Yeah Yeahs (who uses just the initial of her last name)
Trait of a clingy romantic partner
"___ doctor, but ..."
You, to Yves
Film director Jon
Something to bookmark
"Va ___" (Italian "All right")
Kind words
Painter José María ___
Surgical inserts
Liquor levy, e.g.
"How sad!"
Accept as charged
Occupied, with "in"
Classic fruity sodas
"___, all ye faithful"
Laundry soap since 1908
Swell up
It ended on Nov. 11, 1918
Golfer Ernie
Greek H's
Stops up
Colloquial contraction
Wilson of "Meet the Parents"
Six-line verse
Actor who won a 2016 Presidential Medal of Freedom
Relating to egg cells
"Sure, I guess ..."
Spanish resort island
Once called
Great two-pair poker hand
___ Lofgren, guitarist for the E Street Band
Having the means
She gained fame from her leading role in "Fame"
Vodka brand, informally
Tiny bit of work
Equity valuation stat
Rust and quartz
Play back?
Junkyard warning, maybe
Gets one over on
Mixed together
___ pro nobis
American fashion designer who once served as the creative director at Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent
Some 1990s Toyotas
Prone to fidgeting
Loaded (with)
Sci-fi film with vehicles called "light cycles"
Tower over the field
Not interfere with
___ and curl (salon treatment)
"Judge ___" (1995 Stallone movie)
Rapper with the 2003 hit "I Can"
Kind of pear that resembles an apple
First lady of the 1950s
"Elements of Algebra" author, 1770
"___ your call"
Jazz composer with an Egyptian-inspired name
World capital whose name comes from the Greek for "wisdom"
A suggestion
"Big Sur" novelist, 1962
Like some gas: Abbr.
N.Y.C.'s first subway line
Kind of salami
Tree alternative
Deletes, with "out"
Larsson who wrote "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"
"___ to My Socks," Pablo Neruda poem
QB's pass: Abbr.
Have an in-tents experience?
Dealers do this
Subject of Newton's first law of motion
State capital on the Colorado River
George Carlin was its first host, for short
Mark ___, winner of the 1998 Masters
Play combo of old
Grammy-winning country singer Black
Muscle problem
"The way things are currently going ..."
Cool, in old slang
"Fantasy" Grammy winner
Wastes away
Chief Chirpa and others, in sci-fi
Day competitor
Leafy crown material
Like puppeteers, usually
Picked from a lineup, informally
U preceder
Logical start?
Count in music
Buying binges
Some E.M.T. cases
07 film
Pins are placed at the end of them
Writer Tarbell who took on Standard Oil
Switz. neighbor
Good person to believe in
Shape formed by an extended thumb and index fingers
Labor Day baby, e.g.
Japanese comics style
Many apartments in old warehouse districts
Result, maybe, in brief
Bring to bear
Hunter of myth
One of Chekhov's "Three Sisters"
Evan : Welsh :: ___ : Scottish
Dutch requirements
Pyramids, often
Part of a backpack