Shade of green

The clue "Shade of green" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on December 16 2018.

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New York Times December 16 2018 MOSS

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New York Times Clues December 16, 2018

'Doesn't matter to me'
'Eww, that's enough!'
'Here we go again ...'
'I'm good, thanks'
'Miss ___' (2016 political thriller)
'No bid'
'Old MacDonald' farm sounds
'Ooh, let's do that!'
'Play next' command on a music app
'Quién ___?'
'Resume speed,' musically
'Today was just brutal!'
'Yay, team!'
8.5' x 11': Abbr
Action of a ladle
All-nighter aid
All-Star Mets catcher of the 1990s-2000s
An end to depend
Ancient capital of Laconia
Archer of film
Be conned
Bette Midler's 'Divine' nickname
Botanical opening
By oneself, in a way
Calf raised for its meat
Casting doubt on
Cause damage
Certain bubbly, informally
Certain dirección
Certain tenant
Clear and set, as tables
Coiner of the term 'Oedipus complex'
Colorful treat that resembles a rocket
Come out
Corner PC key
Country whose name consists of three consecutive state postal abbreviations
Cowboy's rope
Dangerous environment
Diminishing returns?
E-tail site since 2005
Early wake-up time
Easy-to-swallow pill
Emailing option
Final work of Willa Cather's 'Prairie Trilogy'
Followers of openers
Food item cracked open before eating
Freelancers' units: Abbr
Gets to
Gifts that one usually bows when receiving
Gloucester and Kent in 'King Lear'
Going for broke
Head honcho
Herbert of old 'Pink Panther' films
Heroes of the Battle of Britain, for short
Immediately ... or where this puzzle's five circled squares appear?
It comes after II Chronicles
It's played for half a beat in 4/4 time
Italian pistol
Its first letter stands for 'India'
Japanese symbol of luck
Juice brand
Kind of year
King's speech?
Lace tip
Lake Volta's land
Largo or lento
Letters before single, double or triple
Lex, e.g., in N.Y.C
Like some ruins in the Western Hemisphere
Like TV but not radio?
Longtime N.B.A. on TNT analyst
Marriage money
MetLife Stadium team, on scoreboards
Much sales
Not abstaining
Not yet completed
Notable schemer
One who cracks the whip?
Penultimate tourney round
Plastic construction piece
Police officer who's not necessarily on horseback
Pope who supported the House of Borgia
Prized duck
Purchase at an African market
Put on a few layers
Radio/TV character played in film by Michael Horse (1981) and Johnny Depp
Riddle-ending query
Rock stars are frequently on this
Sash go-with
Scanned IDs
Scare quote?
Scat snippet
See 88-Down
Serving in a red-and-white striped box
Sets of plotted points
Shade of green
Shade of pink
Sides in Risk
Skunklike, say
Snowball fighter's protection
Some dash lengths
Some fall births
Standard parts of combo meals
Tennis commentator's cry
Tense periods, for short
The best, informally
They're between shoulders
Three-star mil. rank
Title for Iran's Ruhollah Khomeini
Topic concerned with hacking and software rights
Totally out
Tow destination
Toward the stern
Volunteer's declaration
What stars have
Who wrote 'Some people talk to animals. Not many listen, though. That's the problem.'
With 93-Down, half of a double helix
Word with shot or suit
Words of denial
Words of resignation
___ moment
___ spawn (hellions)