New York Times Crossword Answers December 2 2019

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  • Process of childbirth
  • Mountains seen in “The Sound of Music”
  • Adjusts lengthwise, as a skirt
  • Manage to dodge
  • “I’ll ___” (“Try me”)
  • Impulse
  • Hurt in the bullring
  • Scrabble or Monopoly
  • Be obligated to
  • Set on fire
  • Curly and Shemp’s fellow Stooge
  • Syncopated Latin dances
  • Rational selves, to Freud
  • Place to set a baby or a napkin
  • Nigerian princes offering you money, probably
  • Craving companionship
  • Assn. like Oxfam or Doctors Without Borders
  • Degs. for entrepreneurs
  • ___ milk (source of Roquefort cheese)
  • Pretend
  • High cry at doggie day care
  • High point
  • High point
  • Fearsome figure of folklore
  • Flat tire’s need
  • Prepare to take, as a test
  • Helps with a heist
  • Piper’s son who stole a pig in a nursery rhyme
  • Tennis great Roddick
  • Morse code O’s have three of them
  • Grp. of medical providers
  • Othello, e.g.
  • Cotton gin inventor Whitney
  • Learns about through books
  • Flowed out, as the tide
  • All tidied up
  • Painful to the touch
  • Vestige
  • Many an Eastern European
  • Sean Penn and Guy Ritchie, to Madonna
  • Puts into categories
  • Kids’ construction bricks
  • Statement of affirmation
  • Smallest possible amount
  • Beethoven’s “___ to Joy”
  • W.W. I fighter pilot who is Snoopy’s fantasy opponent
  • Shortened word, for short
  • Classic actor who played Mr. Potter in “It’s a Wonderful Life”
  • School grp. for moms and dads
  • Church talks
  • Colossal
  • Distinctive stretch of time
  • Film studio with a roaring lion
  • “Get it?”
  • Spoonful of medicine, e.g.
  • Letters on some American naval vessels
  • Ready to take home, as groceries
  • Flip out
  • Reduce one’s standards, as illustrated, respectively, in 3-, 5-, 7-, 40- and 28-Down
  • City that’s home to Iowa State
  • Boll weevil, to a cotton farmer
  • World ___ of Poker
  • “Sheesh!”
  • Observe Ramadan
  • Prefix with plasm
  • Businesses like the Kit Kat Klub in a hit musical
  • Pointless
  • Candied Thanksgiving servings
  • Hullabaloo
  • Opt for
  • French fries and coleslaw, often
  • Modern viewing for couch potatoes
  • Change for a five, say
  • Many I.C.U. workers
  • Long-bodied fish
  • High bond rating
  • Disease that causes a skin rash
  • Male buddy