Something to shoot for

The clue "Something to shoot for" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on March 21 2020.

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We found 2 possible solutions for the Something to shoot for clue.

Possible Solution

P A R

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New York Times March 21 2020 PAR

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New York Times Clues March 21, 2020

Slangy part of a conversation recap
"We deliver for you" sloganeer, for short
They come with strings attached
Sports org. headquartered in Indianapolis
Fakes
It's the truth
Woman with a 32-Down
Two-time Emmy nominee for playing Suzanne Sugarbaker
Peach or plum
Mobile dwelling on a steppe
Commanding the situation
Move clandestinely
Civil rights activist buried in Arlington National Cemetery
Wrong
Something to shoot for
Special
Go with
Inits. in 1970s-'80s rock
Satay dip
Little theorem within a bigger theorem
"You betcha!"
Arrange, in a way, as hair
Common address ender
Classic rock hit that asks "Is it tomorrow or just the end of time?"
Big Apple?
Doing the job
Race car, e.g.
Way to watch shows beginning in 1999
Tricky swap
Algorithm part
Ones trying to cover all the bases
Pound sign?
Hanauma Bay locale
Where the biblical Esther and Daniel are purported to be buried
Tusked savanna dweller
___ tear
Ash, e.g.
Instrument with a bent neck
Proofreader's abbr.
R. J. Reynolds brand
Attempt
Roll out
Sign of healing
Get ready, in a way
Not just meet the needs of
Bit of osculation
"Por ___ Cabeza" (tango classic)
Encourage
Zora ___ Hurston, writer of the Harlem Renaissance
Much-used technology in the 1990s that's largely outmoded today
Event that's not for singles
Like a lamb
"___ remember ..."
Girl with a 19-Across
Dealt a low blow
Reserve
Cathedral eponym
Cone head?
Like idols
Beatlesque hairstyle
Pop label
Some ironware
Something that's often named after a scientist
"Death Becomes Her" co-star, 1992
Arabic leader
Big tubes
Seconds
Spanish sweetheart
Biz bigs
"We move the world" sloganeer