Lightly burned

The clue "Lightly burned" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on March 26 2020.

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New York Times Clues March 26, 2020

Amount to make do with
Slip up
Teleprompter user
Late Surrealist Turner
Second person
Country singer Carly
Mercury or Sun, e.g.
Volume 1, Number 1 and others
Sporty 1980s Pontiac
Common man's name from Hebrew
Some diplomats working in N.Y.C.
Mercury or Venus, e.g.
___ Lobos
Something to chew on
Bronze Age fertility deity
___ Pass (means of foreign travel)
Mercury or Earth, e.g.
Liquid absorbed by surrounding soil
"Bill ___ Saves the World"
Shots fired?
Mercury or Mars, e.g.
ITV spot
Handel's "___ for St. Cecilia's Day"
72 things in this puzzle
Carson City's lake
Lightly burned
Mercury or Saturn, e.g.
Deep down
Vegas casino with the Penn & Teller Theater
Kennington cricket ground, with "the"
Waged a long campaign against
Place for a slop bucket
Patches (up)
Within bounds
Current event?
They go into battle at the sides of cavalrymen
___ of Providence (image on a dollar bill)
Sound in a circus act
Poppy products
Upgrade to a box, perhaps
Wiimote batteries
Only movie for which John Wayne won an Oscar
Striped and spotted felines
Highest-grossing movie of 1986
Not hold back
Only performer with a speaking part in 1976's "Silent Movie"
Slender Japanese mushroom
Bit of Wall St. news
So to speak
Novelist Seton
Unconscious assimilation
Subject of the 2006 biography "Escape!"
___ Age (late 19th century)
Parent's admonition
NBC Nightly News anchor before Brian Williams
Gets in the neighborhood of
"Let's go!," in Spanish
Hearts, but not minds
It's a job
Little dog