NYT Crossword 23 November 2022 answers

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23 November 2022 crossword

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Home of "Cribs":

MTV

"You really came through, buddy!":

MYMAN

Social service?:

TEASET

Poet Elizabeth Bishop's alma mater:

VASSAR

Profound:

DEEP

Run away suddenly:

DARTOFF

Abbr. preceded by a comma:

ETC

In-flight announcement, for short:

ETA

Italian tire company:

PIRELLI

TV's Grey and House, for short:

MDS

Dough:

MOOLAH

Absorb, as new information:

DIGEST

Sound a wader makes:

SLOSH

Assent in the House:

YEA

Gesture of greeting or gratitude:

HATTIP

Singer/songwriter with the 2021 Oscar-winning song "Fight for You":

HER

Many a download:

PDF

Falafel-making need:

OIL

*Red and yellow circles:

MASTERCARDLOGO

Comes to:

TOTALS

Wait around:

LINGER

Group:

ASSORT

Takes care of taxes without help from the post office:

EFILES

Not on the rocks:

NEAT

Gemstone that can come from petrified wood:

OPAL

Word before bull or after ball:

PIT

Coolers, for short:

ACS

Poet who wrote "The cow is of the bovine ilk; / One end is moo, the other, milk":

NASH

*Red, yellow and green circles:

TRAFFICLIGHT

List at a department of motor vehicles:

FEES

Worshiped person:

IDOL

What "port" is on a ship:

LEFTSIDE

Like :( vis-à-vis :/:

WORSE

Like a mocking grin:

WRY

Sole:

ONE

Natural resource?:

RAWTALENT

Say what you want?:

ORDER

Super-tight grasp:

DEATHGRIP

Goof:

ERR

Rhyming parent of a lamb:

RAM

Genetic messenger:

RNA

Symptom of urban expansion:

SPRAWL

Jet-setter's need:

PASSPORT

Boring routine, metaphorically:

RUT

"Where the Wild Things ___":

ARE

"Patton" or "Platoon":

WARDRAMA

Modern ___:

ERA

Evergreen tree with poisonous seeds:

YEW

Energy field that can be "read":

AURA

One of many for the goddess Durga:

ARM

*Red, yellow, green and blue circles:

TWISTERMAT

"As a matter of fact, that's right":

WHYYES

Response to "Who's in?":

IAM

Test taken in a tube, in brief:

MRI

"Oh, fudge!":

AWNUTS

Laughing syllables:

HAHAS

Just OK:

HOHUM

TV series with a Time Lord, informally:

DRWHO

Tennis champion Naomi:

OSAKA

*Red, yellow, green, blue and black circles:

OLYMPICRINGS

International brand with a three-syllable name:

IKEA

Stuff:

CRAM

___/them pronouns:

THEY

Quattro meno uno:

TRE

Natural stew thickener:

OKRA

___ Mountains, formation made by the collision of the continents Laurasia and Kazakhstania:

URAL

Descriptor for a candle or a party:

LIT

Ancient letter:

RUNE

Pile of paper:

REAM

Figure in Maori mythology:

TIKI

Some 911 call respondents, in brief:

EMTS

Author Janowitz:

TAMA

Expressed agitation, as a llama:

SPAT

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