NY Times Crossword May 29 2020 Answers

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Twitter label for top hashtags

Relative of a histogram

Currency of Indonesia

Had a midday break

Tough nut to crack

Explanation for the existence of evil in God’s presence

Do without

Money, in slang

Care package sender, often

White House family of the early 20th century


Store window sign

Billion-dollar Procter & Gamble brand

Country album?

What a relief!

___ kick


Where BMW is headquartered

“Live well” sloganeer

Subject that encompasses net neutrality

Central to, with “of”

It comes to light

Put on display, with “out”

Product of transcription

Certain Afrocentrist, informally

One making a malicious attack, maybe

Pore over


Zoo attraction

Capable of handling the task

Best-selling studio album of all time (33x platinum)

Hold tight

Something U and I have in common

Evans who was the 2009-10 N.B.A. Rookie of the Year

Lullaby locale

Goes once around the track

It’s worse than a bomb

“Sweet dreams!”

Olivia de Havilland and Olivia Newton-John, for two

Playwright who wrote “All great truths begin as blasphemies”

Enemy of the Joker

Just behind

Dance done to fiddle music

Thrombus, more familiarly

Cabinet dept. that tracks homelessness


Sister brand of 7Up

Mint family members

Lightning unit

What can help you step up your workout routine?

Sail-hoisting device


Princess in “The Crown”

Bread, in Bologna

Woman’s name that becomes another woman’s name when its vowels are switched

“Whew!” elicitor


Corn or bean plant, perhaps

Cry accompanying a double take

Attempts to hit

America’s Cup, e.g.

Until due

Need for teachers across the board

Left-facing arrow, in an email

Flat part of a flat

Extremely popular to a small fan base


For ___ (birthday card category)