Take two

The clue "Take two" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on July 5 2019.

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New York Times Clues July 05, 2019

Gum-producing plant
Addition to a compost pile
Rush home?
Store discount come-on
___-Turkish War (post-W.W. I conflict)
"Doesn't concern me"
Take two
"Not true!"
Former Houston hockey team
Illustration, for example: Abbr.
Ad time filler, for short
Half of an interrogation team
Neighbors of Estonians
First American film in which a toilet is heard being flushed (1960)
Equally distant
Cry at a surprise birthday party
Shut (up)
Pull a fast one on
Where a stud might go
Big name in Deco design
Hipsteresque, in a way
Struck out
Like bonds designated AAA
Little mischief-makers
Fernando or Felipe, once
Word with nursing or training
Touch of color
One making a living by pushing drugs, informally
Sound evidence?
Good earth
Stay with a friend, say
What areology is the study of
Synthetic fiber, for short
Sources of cashmere
Openly confident
___ fusion (cuisine)
Large quantity
Like the role of Albus Dumbledore after the second Harry Potter movie
All huffy
"Me neither"
Gives away to a better home, in a modern coinage
Back in again
One who hates heights
Messes around (with)
Daffy Duck, notably
Addressees of valedictories
High point
"Nobody ever told me," e.g.
Deposits in some banks
Bit of punditry
"___ Death," movement from "Peer Gynt"
Metal in a junk heap
Cause of typos, humorously
One who gives a lot of orders
Be highly regarded
Clean lightly, as a floor
Listings in a travel guide
Metaphor for penthouse suites
Back problem
"Project Runway" cable channel
Turn back
Mimic's skill
Activity for which you need a fair amount of wiggle room