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Crossword Title: New York Times Crossword, Saturday, September 11, 2021
Author: Sid Sivakumar
Editor: Will Shortz
New York Times Crossword Answers, Saturday, September 11, 2021
- Cause for alarm?
- Lake ___, where the Chari River empties
- Compete for speed, say
- Cheery refrain
- Eyeroll-inducing response to "How did you do that?"
- Work on some issues together?
- Stuck a fork in, say
- Buddhism’s founder
- Kind of vest
- #1 on Rolling Stone’s "100 Greatest TV Shows of All Time" list, with "The"
- Old-fashioned endings?
- Fashion designer ___ Saab
- Ball with a yellow stripe
- Meets and eats, perhaps
- Publisher of "The 1619 Project," for short
- "None for me, thanks"
- Stephen of BBC’s "The Honourable Woman"
- Things auditors watch for
- One-named singer with the 1968 hit "Abraham, Martin and John"
- Composer Zimmer
- She was Time magazine’s 2019 Person of the Year
- Acts like a nudnik to
- Parts of a platform
- Smartphone screen displays
- Home of the only world capital to border two other countries
- Turns up
- Where to see Print
- Take a ___
- Corkscrews, e.g.
- Cut (in)
- Liable to be lost, in a way
- Yak, yak, yak
- Join the table
- Oktoberfest buy
- Word with rain or rock
- Letter accompanying a personal statement, informally
- Ariadne, e.g.
- Knew someone, so to speak
- Split payment
- Quantitative analyst’s fodder
- Take a ___
- Go all over
- House style with shingle exteriors and flat-front facades
- Title sort of person in 2008’s Best Picture
- Computer programs used in 3-D animation
- What may be corrected on a trans person’s birth certificate
- Group to which Don Rickles joked he "never received an official membership card"
- "Tell a joke or something … I’m so bored"
- One who puts down a few chips?
- Course selection
- Oktoberfest buys
- Puts down a few chips, maybe
- That’s a wrap!
- Hirsute figure in the Bible
- Piece of intimate wear
- United Airlines hub, for short