New York Times - Sep 4 2022

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Clues Answers
'Colette' actress Knightley KEIRA
'Eh ... I'll pass' NAH
'I am,' in Latin SUM
'I didn't need to know that!' TMI
'Little ol' me?' MOI
'Mad Money' host Jim CRAMER
'That time is fine for me' IMFREE
'Where ignorance is bliss, ___ folly to be wise': Thomas Gray TIS
'___ Miz' LES
*'Cinderella' meanie EVILS
*Glide down from above PARAC
*Lateral-breaking pitches BACKDOORS
*Mount Everest scaler EDMUNDH
*Portrayer of Scrooge in 1951's 'A Christmas Carol' ALAS
*Went out of control RANR
A.M.A. members: Abbr DRS
Absolutely wrecks TOTALS
Actor Guinness ALEC
Actor/activist George TAKEI
Alice who wrote 'The Color Purple' WALKER
Allow to access LETAT
Article in Aachen EIN
Backpacker's snack OATBAR
Bad Brains and Bikini Kill, for two PUNKBANDS
Ball game that all players might lose ROULETTE
Big exporter of pistachios IRAN
Big huff? PANT
Big lugs GALOOTS
Boot camp exercises performed on all fours BEARCRAWLS
Butterfly garden bloomers ASTERS
Buttonholes, basically SLITS
Calico calls MEWS
Cartoonish villains NASTIES
Colorful bird named for its diet BEEEATER
Comedian Wyatt of 'Problem Areas' CENAC
Cookout chuckouts COBS
Cousin of kvass RYEBEER
Crow language family SIOUAN
Derby cocktail JULEP
Dominated, informally OWNED
Dramatize, as a historical event REENACT
Early computer acronym MSDOS
Exfoliants SCRUBS
Eye part with rods and cones RETINA
Fashion house whose logo is two interlocking C's CHANEL
Features of some bygone muscle cars TTOPS
Field trip conveyances BUSES
Flying Cloud of old autodom REO
Foofaraw ADO
Forest between Champagne and Lorraine ARGONNE
Free of fizz FLAT
Give an elbow bump to, say GREET
Have an outsize presence LOOMLARGE
Highway heavyweight SEMI
Homebrewer's sugar MALTOSE
Improvised comment ADLIB
Incomplete dentures PARTIALS
Install, as sod LAY
It beats scissors ROCK
It's a banger in Germany BRATWURST
Javanese dyeing technique BATIK
Jazz clarinetist Shaw ARTIE
Judgy sound TSK
Jupiter's realm, in myth SKY
Kind of port USB
Knot-tying and lashing, to a sailor ROPEWORK
Lack of musicality NOEAR
Clues Answers
Like favorite radio stations, perhaps PRESET
Like some short tennis matches TWOSET
Like the Carolina Reaper pepper HOT
Like toum or agliata sauce GARLICKY
Maker of the world's first quartz watch SEIKO
Marketing experiment comparing two variants ABTEST
Memo starter INRE
Middle van Pelt child in 'Peanuts' LINUS
More raspy HOARSER
Most beloved DEAREST
Muckety-mucks VIPS
N.F.L. Hall-of-Famer Yale ___ LARY
Narrow groove STRIA
Not easily moved STOIC
Not yet in stock ONORDER
O.E.D. part: Abbr ENG
Oatmeal glob LUMP
Ocho menos cinco TRES
On pins and needles ANTSY
One for the roadie AMP
One of seven represented in the Pleiades SISTER
One roasted or toasted HONOREE
Org. with a sizable registry AKC
Passionate HEATED
Pastoral skyline features SILOS
Pic on a pec, say TAT
Pico de gallo herb CILANTRO
Place to wallow STY
Place to wear muck boots CLAMBED
Places SPOTS
Places for hoses and hoes SHEDS
Plant pore STOMA
Porter, for one ALE
Potala Palace city LHASA
Reason to do a 'stupid human trick' DARE
Record player annoyances SKIPS
Say 'Whomever did this ...,' say ERR
Seattle's W.N.B.A. team STORM
Secretary, e.g DESK
Side-to-side movement YAW
Sleigh driver's need REIN
Soaring shot LOB
Some red marks ACNE
Some rideshares UBERS
Some Six Nations members SENECAS
Sound of an ungraceful landing THUD
Sounds of hesitation ERS
Soup bases BROTHS
Surgical seam SUTURE
Syrup brand since 1902 KARO
Tangential topics SIDEISSUES
Teeny-tiny MINUTE
Teller, maybe RAT
They may be hidden behind paintings WALLSAFES
Thickener used in desserts AGAR
Title for Baltimore LORD
To a profound degree DEEPLY
Tyler of 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' AISHA
Unagi and anago, for two EELS
Use Tinder, say SWIPE
Visionary DREAMER
What a net might attach to RIM
What parallel lines never do MEET
Woodard of 'Clemency' ALFRE
Word after ring or water BEARER
Word before Roger or Rancher JOLLY
Yellow jacket, for one WASP
___ card SIM
___ mode ALA
___ Noël PERE