NY Times Crossword June 3 2020 Answers

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James who sang “At last, my love has come along”

Small matter

Easy mark

Things with nails sticking out

Fat removal procedure, in brief

Ease up

Direction on a ship

Oscar-winning Jared

Director Coppola

Storms out

Author Rand

Homecoming returnee, for short

During the recent past

Airy snack item

Casual top

Like Life Savers

Miss Piggy’s coy question

Limitless

Having ___ of it

“Pretty Woman” co-star

Mug

Actress/director Lupino

Wear away

Request

Singer whose 1980 single “The Breaks” was the first gold record rap song

Agrees

Top-quality

Black bird

Fairy tale villain associated with the ends of 20-, 27- and 49-Across

Playground fixture

“Je t’___” (“I love you,” in French)

Home of Timbuktu

Drooping

M.R.I., for one

If you drop this, you’re sure to trip

Fireplace remains

What hot dogs do

Parts of gym routines

Org. with monitors

Hunting cry

Many a middle schooler

On the main

Mutated gene

Makes too busy to do other things

Best

It “monthly changes in her circled orb,” in “Romeo and Juliet”

Turkish V.I.P.

Up and ___

Crisp, smooth fabric

Squelches

Verily

Explorer ___ da Gama

Title role for Michael Caine and Jude Law

Be effective

As of now

Starting point for a German count

Maritime hazard

Almost any word ending in -ize

___ Haley, former U.N. ambassador

Alternative to “com” and “org”

Mend, as a torn seam

Faux ___

All of America wrapped up in one book

Way, way up

Type of coffee

Theatrical partner of “Arsenic”

Somersault, say

“That stinks!”

Everyone included

Set to the right or the left

Marsh plant

Executes orders

[Oh!!!]

Actor Epps

Agcy. for retirees

Things shown to bouncers