The clue "I" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on October 18 2020.

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New York Times Clues October 18, 2020

Dinosaur in the Mario games
Titular film character opposite Harold
Something offered in tribute
___ Martin DB5 ("Bondmobile")
Knock-down-drag-out fights
Barack, Michelle, Hillary and Bill took them, for short
Yann Martel's baking memoir?
Have heart eyes for
Member of Britain's upper house
Shunned, with "out"
"Don't get ___!"
F. Scott Fitzgerald's chivalric tale?
Just like that
Zaps, as leftovers
Messes (with)
Follower of "Je m'appelle"
What a figure skate has that a hockey skate lacks
"___ you seeing this?"
Voltaire's sweet novel?
Scan that excites hydrogen atoms, for short
Can't keep one's mouth shut?
Alternative to de Gaulle
Debussy's "___ d'Étoiles"
Prepare to go next
"You're making me blush!"
Lived (with)
Marcel Proust's kitchen mystery?
"That's ___!" (director's cry)
Halloween vis-à-vis November 1
One of six parked on the moon
Nasty, in a way
Author Ferrante
Neutral paint color
Societal problem
"When They See Us" director DuVernay
Big e-commerce site
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's pet story?
Semibiographical source for "Citizen Kane"
Small trunks
Certain red wine
Had a friendly relationship (with)
"___ is a wonderful thing if one does not have to earn one's living at it": Einstein
"Revenge ___ dish ..."
William Shakespeare's historical romance?
Gives one's seal of approval
Woman's name that's a piece of furniture backward
Classical singing venue
Call to reserve?
The final installment of "The Godfather"
Bit of coffee
Sierra Nevadas, e.g.
Word that can precede or follow "run"
"___ ready for this?" (opening of a pump-up jam by 2 Unlimited)
Part of an Italian veal dish name
Go back to square one
Share a workspace, in modern lingo
Helpful connections
Breakfast order
Long period
What a weather balloon might be mistaken for
Letters on the "3" button
Catches a glimpse of
What Mrs. Potts and Chip serve in "Beauty and the Beast"
Brit's term of affection
Resolve, with "out"
Precious, to a Brit
Goes undercover?
Heated accusation
Sound effect during a bomb defusing, perhaps
"I watched that episode already"
Critical time
Queen who made Carthage prosper
Pittsburgh-to-Buffalo dir.
Fair forecast
Beat in a boxing match, in a way
Command for a right turn, in mushing
"It's possible"
"You've Got Mail" director Ephron
Neutral paint color
Sound like a broken record
Shoe with holes
Top dogs
Subject of Rick Steves's travel guides
God, in Guadalajara
Bullet alternatives: Abbr.
Como ningún ___ (unique, in Spanish)
Pledge drive gift
Dreyer's ice cream partner
___ Harbor, first official port of entry to the United States
Channel that aired "Daria" and "The Hills"
Fan mail recipient
Exploding star
Take pride in something
What can take a punch?
___ & Chandon (Champagne)
Long periods
Little bow-wow
Wray of "King Kong"
Nonresident doctor
Lead role on "Parks and Recreation"
Writer Stein
Green and others
Sets (against)
The Amazons were the daughter of this god, in myth
By way of
Director's cry
Is employed
Movie with the line "I feel the need ... the need for speed"
Some concert tour merchandise
Martial arts master
Sushi condiment
Traitor in the Revolutionary War
Warehouse employee
"S.N.L." cast member Gardner
Lover of Orion, in myth
8-Down pilots, in brief
Forest grazer
Full of spice
Where Zeno taught
Children's poet Silverstein
___ beam
Place for a shvitz