Kid-lit authors Margret and H. A.

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New York Times Clues January 29, 2022

Showed derision, in a way
Food chain inits.
Greeting that means "presence of breath"
Cantata number
Winners' circles?
Vuvuzela, for one
What a cheater might throw
Catchy communication, for short?
Ticks off
Parking around back
Growth from stagnation
Something for nothing
Something that not a single person can go in?
Outburst before a maniacal laugh
One known for making House calls
"A likely story"
Lead-in to boost
Direction at sea
Compounds containing molecular variants
Bygone Japanese coin
Style of music whose name is derived from scat
"We've all been there"
Access point
Court feat of 2003 and 2015
New York city
Lose ___
Get on
Site for shopping small
Habitat for the addax antelope, which can go a year without drinking
Power forward
It's subject to inflation in the auto industry
Shoe hue
Qaanaaq dwelling
Leave home
Actor Ruck of HBO's "Succession"
Upper Midwest town with the world's tallest concrete gnome
Funny, but not "ha-ha" funny
Area of recession
Ciudad official
Subj. of Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring"
Pick up
Opposite of scruffy
Gambling venues with a portmanteau name
Certain landing pad
Element of heavy metal
___ artist (film professional)
"That's how we ___"
Nonhuman host of a talk show on HBO Max
Kid-lit authors Margret and H. A.
Storybook bear
Chichén Itzá's carvings, e.g.
They're just getting started
They may be worn with cholis
Second incarnation
Curlers' equipment
Cousin of a kite
Aid in getting home
"So I was wrong, big deal!"
Underground line
Local borders?
"The Lion King" role
Name-dropping word
Bio material
The kid in 2010's "The Karate Kid"