Emmy-winning Ward

The clue "Emmy-winning Ward" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on June 29 2019.

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New York Times Clues June 29, 2019

Woman who spends money on a younger lover, in modern lingo
Total, in a way
Book that's the source of the phrase "Physician, heal thyself"
End of a bill
Land of leprechauns
It's just a feeling
Lets out
Go (along)
Pained expressions
Start of a reminiscence
Title genie played by Shaquille O'Neal in a 1996 film
Big mouth
Racer Luyendyk
Easy stride
Country singer McDaniel
Liqueur flavorers
Like chalk on a chalkboard
Something to build on
Common tutoring subject
Crème de ___ (strawberry liqueur)
Farm sound
___ Vikander, Best Supporting Actress for 2015's "The Danish Girl"
One may read "Reverse"
1983 Apple computer with a girl's name
Lead-in to boy or girl
Fast-food order not for the diet-conscious
Actress Cannon
Geographical eponym of a 1970s-'80s fad diet
Dueling weapon
Savory sensation
Lively dance in double time
Juggernaut fighting vehicle in "Star Wars" movies
Italian artist Guido
Liner of the nose, e.g.
"___ we all?"
Pac-12 sch.
Role for Liz Taylor
Ancient symbol depicting a serpent eating its own tail
Winter transport
Certain bikes
What ends with Adar
Inspiration for Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit"
Belly, in totspeak
Morales of "NYPD Blue"
"Till There ___ You," song from "The Music Man"
Crunchy dish with green leaves
Principle associated with Machiavellianism
Mexican revolutionary
Emmy-winning Ward
Icon of ambient music
Pacific ring?
"100 Years ... 100 Movies" listmaker, for short
Hindu precept
Santa ___ (historic ship)
Soviet workers' group
Give ___ of reality
James of "The Godfather"
Punch lines?
Clothesline, e.g.
"All My ___ Live in Texas"
Club drug, informally