The clue "Airdrops?" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on May 30 2020.

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New York Times May 30 2020 MISTS

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New York Times Clues May 30, 2020

One might have oils and a brush
Fixture in un parc
Look the other way
Actress ___ Shawkat of "Arrested Development"
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Horace who championed public education
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One stuck in a corner?
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Something sought for the House biennially
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No oldster
Having bitten off more than one can chew
Something a toddler might chug?
Tower of ___ (classic math puzzle)
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They precede slashes: Abbr.
Two-player card game
Add up to
Like a hopeless situation
Place to get your fill?
It's commemorated on Maundy Thursday
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Task to get done at work
Prepares to enter a work zone, perhaps
1920s-'30s skating legend Sonja
Two of hearts
Go (for)
Former inits. in for-profit education
Only account Edward Snowden follows on Twitter
Notable feature of the opening clarinet solo in "Rhapsody in Blue"
"Roots" surname
What a germ may become
x and y in "x y"
Portrayer of the Chief in 2008's "Get Smart"
Number that can be spelled with only one-point Scrabble tiles
This holds water
Autumnal salad ingredients
Place to make draft picks
Bathsheba's husband before David
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Like the Acropolis
Tile-cleaning tool
Automotive debut of 1964
Lightweight option for a suit
Día divisions
High piles on the floor?
Low-cost version, informally
Many-time M.L.B. All-Star Arenado
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Summertime coolers
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Card game cry
Part of a split