July 14, 2018 New York Times Crossword Answers

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Crossword Title: New York Times, Saturday, July 14, 2018
Author: Kameron Austin Collins
Editor: Will Shortz

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Crossword Clues

Really busy
Ban from argument
Greasers’ loves
According to schedule
Bar bowlful
Banana Republic’s parent company
Either of two extremes in an orbit
CD follower
Symbol of change, in math
First pope to be called “the Great”
Jr. and sr.
City license once needed to work in an establishment serving alcohol
Photogenic, informally
Get all twisted up
Part of what makes you you
Stock letters
Ancient city rediscovered in 1870
Royal Catherine
“Duck ___” (classic Warner Bros. short)
Its business is booming
Term of respect in old westerns
Wrap up
Loan specification
Piano trio?
“Hummina hummina!”
Onetime Ebert partner
Sources of some tremors
“Mrs. ___ Goes to Paris” (Paul Gallico novel)
A bushelful
See 7-Down
With 6-Down, what may follow Indiana or Illinois
Like the best streams?
Protection from a shark, maybe
Bad things to blow
Like valentines
Party flasher
Up to this point
Source of guiding principles
Ova, e.g.
Becomes settled in a new environment
Make more palatable
Give up
Style of Southern hip-hop
Things drawn by eccentric people
Home to the ancient Zapotec civilization
Like opposing groups on “Survivor”
Not natural
Strain of potent marijuana
Plain white ___
Plan out
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