Gets warmer, so to speak

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N E A R S

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New York Times Clues June 23, 2019

Word in Facebook and Disney Channel's original names
Ninny
Subj. of a National Historic Site outside Wall, S.D.
Ditties
Bridge component
Previously owned
Upshot of a story
Wolf howls, maybe
Org. concerned with grades
Certain warriors in Magic: The Gathering
One of three properties in Monopoly
Silver
Don at the Met
Cream and others
Attire that flaps in the wind
E, B, G, D, A or E
B-team
Sports team employee
Shell station?
Using without paying royalties, say
___ amis (my friends: Fr.)
Part of Q.E.D.
Like a swished basketball shot
___ volente (God willing: Lat.)
Aspire
Paroxysm
It "isn't so bad when you consider the alternative," per Maurice Chevalier
Designed to minimize drag
Cooked up
Being
What you will always be (but he or she isn't)?
Provincial capital south of a lake with the same name
Recurrent theme
Indication of good taste?
Famed furrier
Clip
Low-quality
Major name in network hardware
___ Tin Tin
"If you can't imitate him, don't copy him" speaker
Introduce oneself
Fruit that, surprisingly, is slightly radioactive
Supporting role
Kind of spring found in a mousetrap
Reassuring words after an accident
Attacks
Fortitude
It's replicated during mitosis
URL ending
Winner's wreath
Product from the Royal Small Arms Factory
Sound while being tickled
Warm winter wear
Beatrix Potter's Mrs. Tiggy-winkle, for one
Pulse
"All ___ is but art, unknown to thee": Alexander Pope
Deeply ingrained habit
Leaning
Nails a test
Geniuses, informally
Impressive stylishness
Not having full rights, as a citizen
"Up and ___!"
Home team at Rice-Eccles Stadium
San ___, Calif.
Carpenter of note
Politician's core support
It's halfway around a diamond
Unsmiling
"Hey!"
Carrier with King David Lounges
Romulus, but not Remus, in ancient Rome
Brutish sorts
"That happened?"
Signature
Some revealing beachwear
Caution
Things that most people have eight of
Bear necessities, for short?
Bank of China Tower architect
___ Kaepernick, former N.F.L. QB
Confederate general with a fort named after him
Item carried in an academic procession
Bit of outerwear
Couple of high points?
Twice-monthly coastal phenomena
Suffix with defer or insist
About 5:00, directionally: Abbr.
Ray or Dave of the Kinks
Doris who won the 2007 Nobel Prize in Literature
"Gimme ___!" (Alabama cheerleader's repeated call)
Author Harte
Walk with a firm, heavy step
Staring a bit too long, perhaps
Bad tumble
Objects spinning in an orrery
Model for a bust at the Musei Capitolini
Continue
Knee-covering skirts
Nonwinner
Drug treatment for Muhammad Ali
Competitor of Sanyo and Bose
Add to the mix
Animation
Subject of a statue outside Boston's TD Garden
The two sides in chess, essentially
Arctic wear
Never to be forgotten
Trick-taking game
Talkaholics
What movie trailers do
What cibophobia is the fear of
Specialty of Muddy Waters and Blind Willie Johnson
Copy
Actress Chaplin of "Game of Thrones"
1998 Winter Olympics host
Teller?
Poetic direction
Majors
One way to run
New brother or sister
Flower for a 20th wedding anniversary
Bush
Bust supporter
Stieg who wrote "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"
Out of business
Somewhere to chill, paradoxically
Tricorder go-with
Nice finish, maybe
Sarcastic syllable
Gets warmer, so to speak
Jerks
Quaint contradiction
Eponymous cup maker
Thomas Cromwell, Earl of ___
Musical miscue
___ eyes on (see)
Four-letter U.S. city with the highest population
Ruler units: Abbr.
Five Georges