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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|New York Times March 21 2020||PAR|
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|Slangy part of a conversation recap|
|"We deliver for you" sloganeer, for short|
|They come with strings attached|
|Sports org. headquartered in Indianapolis|
|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|
|Civil rights activist buried in Arlington National Cemetery|
|Something to shoot for|
|Inits. in 1970s-'80s rock|
|Little theorem within a bigger theorem|
|Arrange, in a way, as hair|
|Common address ender|
|Classic rock hit that asks "Is it tomorrow or just the end of time?"|
|Doing the job|
|Race car, e.g.|
|Way to watch shows beginning in 1999|
|Ones trying to cover all the bases|
|Hanauma Bay locale|
|Where the biblical Esther and Daniel are purported to be buried|
|Tusked savanna dweller|
|Instrument with a bent neck|
|R. J. Reynolds brand|
|Sign of healing|
|Get ready, in a way|
|Not just meet the needs of|
|Bit of osculation|
|"Por ___ Cabeza" (tango classic)|
|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|
|Something that's often named after a scientist|
|"Death Becomes Her" co-star, 1992|
|"We move the world" sloganeer|