The clue "Digit that looks like another digit when turned upside down" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on March 13 2023.
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|Ewoks or Klingons, in brief|
|"Yeah, that's the spot!"|
|Actor Radcliffe or Kaluuya|
|Quality beef cut|
|One side in the Peloponnesian War|
|Last year's sr.|
|Porterhouse or T-bone|
|Have a noticeable impact, so to speak|
|Parks with a Congressional Gold Medal|
|"___ Meenie," 2010 hit by Sean Kingston and Justin Bieber|
|Opposite of 'neath|
|Click "Will attend," say|
|"___ is a lie that makes us realize truth": Picasso|
|Letter before "cue"|
|Tiebreaker periods, for short|
|"Better late than never," for one|
|Large bird on Louisiana's state flag|
|Digit that looks like another digit when turned upside down|
|Many early PCs|
|One whose writing is aggregated on Rotten Tomatoes|
|Nonalcoholic mixed drink … or a hint to the synonyms found at the ends of 16-, 24-, 37- and 51-Across|
|Regarding this point|
|Great Basin tribe|
|Pioneer in color TV|
|Some gardening tools|
|Org. at the airport|
|One of the Three Bears|
|Bring in, as a salary|
|Top-selling Girl Scout cookies|
|Locale for the pupil and iris|
|Something to aim for|
|Minis and A-lines, for two|
|Bank offerings, in brief|
|Breaks in concentration|
|Winning game after game|
|Stuck in the muck|
|Flower part in potpourri|
|Satisfy, as a thirst|
|One of the two official languages of New Zealand|
|Yankee great Jeter|
|Popular daytime talk show, with "The"|
|Line of stitches|
|Country that's home to the Inca Trail|
|Parts of lbs.|
|Longest keys on keyboards|
|Singer Suzanne, whose name is a star|
|Round part of a hammer|
|"Let's do this thing!"|
|"The Persistence of Memory" painter|
|Accomplished the task|
|Like some job training|
|Succeed in the end|
|Constructs, as a house|
|Geek Squad members|
|Pro pitcher, of a sort?|
|Basketball net holder|
|Creatures that helped make Cinderella's dress|
|Side dish with fried chicken|
|Fortune 500 listings: Abbr.|