The clue "Some diplomats working in N.Y.C." was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on March 26 2020.
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|Amount to make do with|
|Late Surrealist Turner|
|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.|
|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"|
|Mercury or Mars, e.g.|
|Handel's "___ for St. Cecilia's Day"|
|72 things in this puzzle|
|Carson City's lake|
|Mercury or Saturn, e.g.|
|Vegas casino with the Penn & Teller Theater|
|Kennington cricket ground, with "the"|
|Waged a long campaign against|
|Place for a slop bucket|
|They go into battle at the sides of cavalrymen|
|___ of Providence (image on a dollar bill)|
|Sound in a circus act|
|Upgrade to a box, perhaps|
|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|
|Subject of the 2006 biography "Escape!"|
|___ Age (late 19th century)|
|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|