Desert whose soil has been compared to that of Mars

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New York Times Clues March 06, 2022

"Bon ___!"
"See ya later!"
It covers more than 30% of the earth's surface
Donna ___, member of Bill Clinton's cabinet
Klein who wrote the best seller "This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate"
Desert whose soil has been compared to that of Mars
Biting writings
Breakfast treat
Convinces a customer to pay more
"Or so"
Much of a delivery person's income
Makes a choice
Suffix with official
Nickel found in a pocket, say
Actor Barinholtz of "The Mindy Project"
Classic Camaro
___ K. Smith, poet who won a Pulitzer for "Life on Mars"
Cosmetic that can be applied with a brush
Neighbors of exclamation marks
"La Dolce ___"
Stuffed one's face
Bump on a frog
Question regarding a mic
One of the Blues Brothers
Above criticism
Question from the befuddled
Syrian city with a historic citadel
What "10" can mean
Rolled one's r's, say
Linguistic unit
Giraffe's closest living relative
Deb ___, secretary of the interior starting in 2021
Opposite of 'neath
Exams for some future clerks: Abbr.
Cold open?
Hang out on a line
U.K. award bestowed by the queen
West Coast news inits.
They cast lots
"Love covers a multitude of ___": I Peter 4:8
Lawn material
Something's essential aspect ... or what's spelled out by letters in this puzzle's eight "cups"
Comedian Margaret
2011 film for which Octavia Spencer won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar
It takes blades to blades
Like the consonants "t" and "d"
Eject forcefully
Records request inits.
___ history
Utah's state flower
Org. that sets permissible exposure limits
Karaoke instruction ... or what to do starting at 10-Down
P.R. consultant on "Ted Lasso"
Start playing for pay
Into really small pieces
Scott who sued for his freedom
Afford, casually
Add salt to, say
Home of St. Clare
Starfleet weapon
Election night calculation ... or what's traced by the circled letters
Name that's 6-Down backward
Save it for a rainy day!
La Corse, par exemple
Brewery employee
Comb through
Worker's "on vacation" inits.
"Actually, I disagree"
Rococo painter of "Allegory of the Planets and Continents"
They might be pregnant
Organic energy compound, for short
"Mi ___ es su ___"
Part of a cold compress
Become clear ... or make like the object represented by the circled letters
"So then my response was ..."
Hereditary divisions
Physicist Newton
Loyalty that's pledged
Lemonlike fruit
Big rigs
"Well, fine then"
Age beautifully, informally
Cuss out
Big Brother's creator
Pink pad on a paw, in slang
The Lord, in the Hebrew Bible
Start of a simple request
Roly-poly, scientifically
___ torte (Austrian cake)
Warm-up act
Move shakily
Ross Perot founded it in 1995
Lack of engagement
More wacky
"You're just assuming"
It's blown in the winds
Showed off one's pipes
Airport with a Harvey Milk terminal: Abbr.
Harry Styles tune about a woman who "lives in daydreams"
Lines of notes
Sight line?
Cooked with hot seasoning
Prefix with -lithic
Not against the rules
It's under @ on a keyboard
___ lodge
Rowing machine, informally
Event for moving vehicles
Actress Tatum
Folk medicine practitioner
Foolish sort
Sports fan's cheer
Universal Human Rights Mo.
Ability to sustain long-term interest
Kiss, in Kent
Sports fan's cheer
Gift wrapper's final touch
Nail polish brand
Buffet table item
Zoo animal whose name rhymes with "zoo"