Kazakhstan's ___ Sea

The clue "Kazakhstan's ___ Sea" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on August 7 2019.

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New York Times August 7 2019 ARAL

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New York Times Clues August 07, 2019

"Today" network
Ali Baba, for one
Main component of a crab shell
Something to roll over, for short
Daughter of Cronus
___ mama (rum drink)
Ready to turn in
"I'm off!"
Oslo Accords grp.
"Talking" tree of a Tennyson poem
*Futuristic film of 1982
Places to stay
High on the Scoville scale
Cover completely
Fashion designer Sui
Go for the gold?
*Lay waste to
"Law & Order" figs.
Take too much of, briefly
Many a bike lock, essentially
Regular at Waikiki, e.g.
Rice-shaped pasta
Sit in the cellar, say
Livener of an empty wall
Alert for a distracted driver
Summer hat
"Language" that explains the answers to the six starred clues
Added a comment, with "in"
Eau, across the Pyrenees
Troupe grp.
Indiana hoopsters
Finish (up)
Many a flower girl
Hard drive, essentially
Gemology unit
"That's the spot!"
Grader's tool
Kazakhstan's ___ Sea
Habitat for alligators and crawdads
___ Sports (March Madness broadcaster)
Celestial circles
"Message received"
National sport of South Korea
Bill-blocking vote
Like an inner tube
One-named singer with four Grammys
In the vicinity of
It may be roaming overseas
Record of a single year
Brewer's supply
Conceptual framework
Slangy "What if ..."
"The Taming of the Shrew" setting
Nail-biters during March Madness
Urge on
Yellow citrus fruit used in Japanese cuisine
Battle between Giants and Titans, maybe
Louis ___, South Africa's first P.M.
Certain German wheels, informally
Low-grade liquor
Talk to loudly
Absinthe flavor
"See what I'm talkin' 'bout?"
Latvia's capital
Hallucinogenic inits.
"I've got it!"
Sides of some buses
Vegas opener?