New York Times Crossword Answers January 22 2018

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  • ‘Forgot About ___’ (2000 rap hit)
  • ‘Leaving ___ Vegas’
  • ‘Legally ___’ (Reese Witherspoon film)
  • ‘Puh-LEEZE!’
  • ‘Red’ or ‘White’ baseball team
  • ‘Seinfeld’ character who wrote for the J. Peterman catalog
  • ‘Sesame Street’ character long rumored to be Bert’s lover
  • ‘Sounds exciting …’
  • 2016 Best Actress Oscar winner for ‘La La Land’
  • Abbr. in an office address
  • Administrative regions in Russia
  • Agatha Christie or Maggie Smith
  • Applaud
  • Ariana Grande’s fan base, mostly
  • Back in style
  • Be nosy
  • Biden and Pence, informally
  • Bit of clowning around
  • Bond film after ‘Skyfall’
  • Caribbean ballroom dance
  • Chess endings
  • Chop finely
  • Cutting-edge brand?
  • Deep-fried Mexican dish
  • Deep-fried Mexican dish
  • Div. for the N.F.L.’s Jets
  • Encouragement for a matador
  • Enthusiastic audience response, informally
  • Eric who sang ‘Layla’
  • Exceed
  • Fish typically split before cooking
  • Fix, as an election
  • Go from 0 to 60, say
  • Grand stories
  • Grandmother, affectionately
  • Group of eight
  • Gym locker emanation
  • Half of a half step in music
  • Holiday drink
  • Home shopping inits
  • Inbox buildup
  • Iranian currency
  • Jiffy
  • Laughs through the nose
  • Less talkative
  • Like the name ‘Robin Banks’ for a criminal
  • Look down on
  • Look for
  • Make, as money
  • Muscat is its capital
  • Natural process illustrated by the last words of 18-, 24-, 37-, 54- and 61-Across
  • Novelist Rand
  • On the briny
  • One of two in ‘Hamilton’
  • Pacific source of unusual weather
  • Places to get quick cash
  • Ponzi schemes, e.g
  • Prefix with life or wife
  • Put in the cross hairs
  • Racer’s swimwear
  • Relieved (of)
  • Sailor’s patron
  • Something acute or obtuse
  • Somewhat
  • Start to attack
  • Stoic politician of ancient Rome
  • Successors to LPs
  • Sudden problem in a plan
  • Swirled
  • Times past noon, informally
  • Title of a list of errands
  • Tree with acorns
  • Unwelcome looks
  • Weight unit equal to about 2,205 pounds
  • What sunning in a swimsuit leaves
  • ___ Wallace, co-founder of Reader’s Digest