Take a deep breath

The clue "Take a deep breath" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on May 18 2020.

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"Take a deep breath" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
Penny Dell - Easy October 10 2020 INHALE
New York Times May 18 2020 INHALE

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New York Times Clues May 18, 2020

Shakespeare, for one
Product of Chevron or Shell
Many an electoral chart, in brief
State that's said to be "high in the middle"
Con's opposite
Take a deep breath
Where Army recruits go to start training
One placing a phone call
Houston-based food service giant
Three goals by the same player
Actor Wilson
Part of a Halloween costume
Shell game
Norway's capital
"___ the land of the free ..."
Prefix with -vore or -scient
Made snide verbal attacks
Ostentatiously ornamented
___ Arbor, Mich.
Shade akin to army green
Avocado dip, informally
Antidiscrimination inits.
What snakes and lizards do periodically with their skin
British heavy metal band named for a torture device
What trees do in the wind
Coordinate, informally
All tuckered out
Go deeply (into)
___ borealis
Game whose tokens have included the starts of 16-, 20-, 26-, 49- and 55-Across
Apache and Sioux, for two
Beetles, e.g., for short
It leads the orchestra in tuning
___ Park, Colo.
Word before lion, level or legs
Square ones won't fit into round holes
Short hairstyles
Greeting to a "matey"
Rivers, in Mexico
Company doing business mostly online
4.0 is a superb one, in brief