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Across
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Game option represented by a flat palm: PAPER
6
Singer with the 2016 #1 album "A Seat at the Table": SOLANGE
13
Disney queen: ELSA
17
Not clash: AGREE
18
Front lines?: FOREWORD
19
Said without saying: GOTAT
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CERISE + LAVENDER = certain baby animals: REINDEERCALVES
23
God sometimes depicted with green skin: OSIRIS
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State in which "Parks & Recreation" is set: Abbr.: IND
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Pull some strings, maybe?: TUNE
27
Clinches: ICES
29
Chip away at: ERODE
30
Employee on an airline or cruise ship: STEWARD
32
CORAL + GOLD = pet store purchase: DOGCOLLAR
36
Veto: NIX
37
___ stick: POGO
38
Quarterback who holds the N.F.L. record for most consecutive games started (297): FAVRE
39
"You're on!": ITSABET
41
Train set: CARS
42
Tailor, maybe: ALTER
43
One-named singer with the album "Lovers Rock": SADE
45
Lipstick choice: NUDE
46
AMBER + GREEN = imported brew: GERMANBEER
48
Final Fantasy character who shares his name with a U.S. city: RENO
49
Sashay, say: STRUT
50
___ B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting: IDA
51
A bunch: LOADS
52
PEAR + CRIMSON = fighting group: MARINECORPS
54
Bottle flipping in the mid-2010s, e.g.: FAD
55
Hospital settings, briefly: ERS
56
Poster board?: FORUM
57
Max's opposite: MIN
58
Bo or bonsai: TREE
60
LIME + MAGENTA = visualization: MENTALIMAGE
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["You're still talking?"]: YAWN
68
Subj. of some collegiate bragging: GPA
70
Actor Gallagher: AIDAN
71
Go astray: ERR
73
"Herc could stop a show / Point him at a monster and you're talking ___" (lyric in Disney's "Hercules"): SRO
74
RUST + SCARLET = celestial group: STARCLUSTER
78
Daughter in the comic strip "FoxTrot": PAIGE
80
Cha chaan teng serving: TEA
81
Plot problems: HOLES
82
Dis-tressed: BALD
83
CREAM + PEACH = nonviolent protest: PEACEMARCH
85
Plantings lining the Literary Walk in Central Park: ELMS
86
Skier's accessory: POLE
87
Many an art print, briefly: LITHO
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"No injuries here": IMOK
89
2019 space film: ADASTRA
91
B's in math?: BETAS
92
Devotee, informally: STAN
93
A ways: FAR
94
TEAL + OCHER = breakfast option: HOTCEREAL
97
Absolves: LETSOFF
100
Fisher of 2018's "Eighth Grade": ELSIE
102
One towering over the rest of the field?: SILO
103
Actress Rooney: MARA
104
___ Giedroyc, co-host of "The Great British Bake Off": MEL
105
Nappy : U.K. :: ___ : U.S.: DIAPER
107
MAUVE + TANGERINE = restaurant handout: VEGETARIANMENU
112
African antelope: ELAND
113
Frenzied: INAPANIC
114
Goddess who turned Picus into a woodpecker: CIRCE
115
Throws in: ADDS
116
Unbelievable rumors: CANARDS
117
Takes the edge off: EASES
Down
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2024 Olympics host: PARIS
2
Deal maker: AGENT
3
Christopher Street Day celebration: PRIDEPARADE
4
Still, for a poet: EEN
5
Outlet store come-on: REDTAGSALE
6
Miffed: SORE
7
Fantasy creature whose name is an anagram of another fantasy creature: ORC
8
Rural setting: LEA
9
What's the point of leatherwork?: AWL
10
Newcomer: NOVICE
11
Artist El ___: GRECO
12
"The motor industry's Titanic," per a 1994 book: EDSEL
13
Nwodim of "S.N.L.": EGO
14
Ne'er-do-wells: LOSERS
15
Keep from sticking, say: STIR
16
"Wait for It" singer in "Hamilton": AARONBURR
18
Stave (off): FEND
20
Got ready for guests, in a way: TIDIEDUP
22
Prefix with centric or vision: EURO
24
Volleyball teams, e.g.: SEXTETS
28
Lost traction while driving over: SLIDON
31
Sinuous dance that emulates a creature: WORM
32
3/4 and 7/8, e.g.: DATES
33
Done: OVER
34
Hound sound: GRR
35
Homophone of the sum of this clue number's digits: ATE
38
Took off: FLED
40
Who says "That I did love thee, Caesar, O, 'tis true": ANTONY
41
Wood in some incense: CEDAR
42
Bring down: ABASE
43
Truth ___: SERUM
44
"Jung at heart" persona?: ANIMA
46
Talent: GIFT
47
Par for the course: NORMAL
48
___ to go: RARIN
49
Chemistry, for one: Abbr.: SCI
52
Grinding tooth: MOLAR
53
Come out: EMERGE
56
High on marijuana, in slang: FADED
59
Way to go: EGRESS
61
Twangy, as a singer: NASAL
62
"Us," "It" or "Her": TITLE
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Progressive alternative: GEICO
65
Ones doing stellar work: ASTRONOMERS
66
Total: WRECK
67
One arranging for flood insurance?: NOAH
69
Parts of many gaming rigs: PCS
72
Payment sent: REMITTANCE
74
In a bundle, as documents: SHEAFED
75
Wasn't straight: TOLDALIE
76
Culinary phrase after "pollo" or "scaloppine": ALMARSALA
77
Vessels hunted by K-ships: UBOATS
78
Element in many henna designs: PETAL
79
"I'm in heaven!" sounds: AAHS
83
Doner kebab bread: PITA
84
Latin 101 word: AMAS
86
For: PRO
87
Film director ___ Isaac Chung: LEE
90
"That's it": THEEND
91
Heavy footwear choice: BROGAN
92
Evening in Italy: SERA
95
Car model name made entirely of Roman numerals: CIVIC
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Novelist Ferrante: ELENA
97
Of the flock: LAIC
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Cross swords: FENCE
99
Sooty channels: FLUES
101
Modern checkout device: IPAD
103
Diagnostic scans, for short: MRIS
106
Map lines: Abbr.: RDS
108
Clean energy grp.: EPA
109
Stuff in cigarettes, but not e-cigarettes: TAR
110
"... is there more?": AND
111
Rapper known offstage as Mathangi Arulpragasam: MIA