Grammatical case in Latin

The clue "Grammatical case in Latin" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on October 18 2022.

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New York Times Clues October 18, 2022

Tow truck destination
Puts a lid on
___ carte menu
Widely recognized, as a symbol
Butter alternative
"Truthfully …"
The "L" of L.P.G.A.
___ biloba (ornamental tree with a widely used extract)
Trains at a high level?
Hot dog
Irish laddie
1953 title role for John Wayne
Captain in a whale of a tale?
Comedian Sahl
Grammatical case in Latin
Secure a seat at the table, say
Emily who wrote "Wuthering Heights"
Univ. of Maryland athlete
___ stop (chance to refuel)
Golfers don't want to go into it
Prepare to break a peace treaty, perhaps
Mr. in a Robert Louis Stevenson story
Emulate Mr. Clean, in a way
Mars or Jupiter
Butt-head's sidekick
More ghostly
"Hurry up!"
Leaf (through)
Home to Slovenia and Slovakia
Royal irritant in a fairy tale
Makes into a knot
Brings into being
Item on a bucket list?
___ Romeo (Italian auto)
Got a look at
Cutting remarks
High or low cards
Louis XIV, par exemple
___ Taylor (clothier)
Played a couple of sets at a jazz club, say
Starfish or sea urchin, in a biology text
"Major props to you!"
Fashion model Wek
100 centavos
Venus de ___
Had on
Counting everything
Cutting remarks
John Adams's "Nixon in China," for one
Futuristic modes of transport
New-Agey, slangily
"___ Davis Eyes" (Kim Carnes hit of 1981)
"The A-Team" actor with a mohawk
African serpent
Chess match finales
Brainy oddball
Group wedding dance
Laboratory eggs
Cute reply to "Why are you so cute?"
___ B'rith (Jewish organization)
Leg up
TV network that organizes the X Games
Fencing option
TV host Seacrest
Missing letters in "??propria?e" (felicitously)
Savings plan with SEP and SIMPLE versions
Pull along