New York times PEST CONTROL Crossword puzzle answers | xwordsolver

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Across
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Appoint: ORDAIN
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People of the Southwest: APACHE
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Wishy-washy response: IMIGHT
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Had the opportunity to, casually: COULDA
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Entertainment with a private audience?: USOTOUR
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<em>Malice, more formally</em>: MOTHER
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<em>One wearing chapstick, perhaps</em>: HORSEBACKRIDER
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Be up against: OPPOSE
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Poker variety similar to Texas hold &#39;em: OMAHA
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Counterpart of &quot;Thx&quot;: PLS
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Saves for later, in a way: TIVOS
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Ploy: RUSE
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Lost: ATSEA
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<em>Antarctic coordinate</em>: NORTHPOLE
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&quot;A man has cause for ___ only when he sows and no one reaps&quot;: Charles Goodyear: REGRET
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Bit of tinder: TWIG
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First side to vote: YEAS
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___ course: PREP
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New York City transport stopping at Kennedy Airport: ATRAIN
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Beginning stage: GERM
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Prefix with thermal: GEO
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There might be a catch with this: MITT
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<em>Blouse and broach, perhaps</em>: PUBLICHOUSE
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Wet bar?: SOAP
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Form of nepotism, symbolically: SCHOOLTIES
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Herd member: EWE
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Sauce: BOOZE
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Place, as ceramic tiles: INSET
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Like autumn air: BRISK
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Person helping with a delivery: OBGYN
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Word before film and after clip: ART
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<em>It has many beet and beef options</em>: TRUEFALSETEST
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&quot;___ Trois Petits Cochons&quot; (French fable): LES
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Sport at the Special Olympics: BOCCE
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G.I. ___: TRACT
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Calling: NICHE
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Not be able to stand: ABHOR
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Ending with invent: IVE
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War and peace, in &quot;War and Peace&quot;: MAINTHEMES
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Like most dorms nowadays: COED
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<em>Tickled</em>: SPEARHEADED
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Focus of modern mining: DATA
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&quot;___ be an honor!&quot;: ITD
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They can be graphic: TEES
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Surround, as with light: ENHALO
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Considerations for N.C.A.A. eligibility: GPAS
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___ Wintour, longtime Vogue editor in chief: ANNA
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Spring locales: SPAS
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Takes by force: WRESTS
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<em>Pop fly</em>: SOFTDRINK
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Some family babysitters: NANAS
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Match: PAIR
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Sarge&#39;s boss: LOOIE
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A-number-one: TOP
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The Venetian way?: CANAL
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Alternative to Dropbox: ICLOUD
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Gradually fix something ... or what to do to understand this puzzle&#39;s italicized clues?: WORKOUTTHEBUGS
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<em>Briefly, e.g.</em>: CHEESE
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What&#39;s used to catch some waves: ANTENNA
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Supreme Egyptian god: AMENRA
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Bum out: SADDEN
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Famous cryptid, familiarly: NESSIE
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Intimates: GETSAT
Down
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Number of sides on a sign reading &quot;ALTO&quot;: OCHO
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Space: ROOM
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___ mater (brain cover): DURA
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Politico-turned-TV host: ALSHARPTON
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Form thoughts: IDEATE
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Catch: NAB
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Seeks a favor, say: ASKS
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___ favor: POR
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Working hard: ATIT
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Java activity: CODING
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Product from un ave: HUEVO
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Boo-boo: ERROR
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Texter&#39;s qualifier: IMO
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One might be put through the wringer: MOP
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Geek Squad members, e.g.: ITPROS
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&quot;I can thrill you more than any ___ could ever dare try&quot; (&quot;Thriller&quot; lyric): GHOUL
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&quot;The Glass Bead Game&quot; author, 1943: HESSE
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Pecan or peach: TREE
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Sch. where a live bear used to take the field during football games: UCLA
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Echo, perhaps: APE
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Pimple lookalikes: STYES
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It usually works in corners: STAPLER
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&quot;Catch!&quot;: HERE
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Baker&#39;s Joy alternative: PAM
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Record speeds, for short: RPMS
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Adams of New York City politics: ERIC
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<em>Antelope, say</em>: GETHITCHED
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Parable or allegory: TALE
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Devices with Nunchuks: WIIS
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Business news magazine: INC
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&quot;For shame!&quot;: TUTTUT
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Slugging stat: RBI
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Member of the inn crowd?: GUEST
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<em>Approach for directions</em>: GOOGLEMAPS
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Onetime collaborator with Ice Cube and Dr. Dre: EAZYE
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Some sports tournaments: OPENS
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Big name in women&#39;s hair and skin care: HERS
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Boo-boo: OWIE
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Word with story or sister: SOB
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Economist/author Emily: OSTER
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Screw up: BOTCH
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Relative of a club, for short: BLT
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Place for boarding: KENNEL
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You can count on them: ABACI
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Member of the modern work force: ROBOT
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Great Lakes natives: ERIES
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Kind of bean: FAVA
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Taiwanese electronics giant: ACER
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&quot;I&#39;m about to tell you something shocking&quot;: SITDOWN
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Haddock relative: COD
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Doesn&#39;t put it all on one pony: HEDGESABET
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Suvari of &quot;American Beauty&quot;: MENA
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Sounds heard in 93-Across: AAHS
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Destructive 2021 hurricane: IDA
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Nouveau-Mexique, e.g.: ETAT
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Lip or cheek: SASS
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Put over the moon: SEND
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One hanging around Queen Elizabeth?: PEARL
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With it, in old slang: HEP
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&quot;Snowpiercer&quot; airer: TNT
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Sporting a certain natural style: AFROED
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Avoids: SKIRTS
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Tortoise&#39;s challenge to the hare: RACEME
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Nickname for the French Alexandre: SACHA
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No longer squeaky (one hopes!): OILED
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John Wayne, by birth: IOWAN
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Who ran against George Washington for president: NOONE
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&quot;___ chance!&quot;: NOTA
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Letters that complete this word: _P_ROPRIA_E: APT
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Snaps: PICS
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Squeezes (out): EKES
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Good thing to be in: TUNE
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Letters on dreidels: NUNS
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Taj Mahal&#39;s home: AGRA
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Exam that once required fingerprint identification, for short: LSAT
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Exercise: USE
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Animal house: DEN
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Demon of Japanese folklore: ONI
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Folklore villain: HAG