World capital where the language Ga is spoken

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New York Times Clues May 23, 2020

World capital where the language Ga is spoken
Dish often topped with goat cheese and cranberries
Cut scene?
Food for a brown bear
Reprimand to the overly speedy
First name at Springfield Elementary
End of many a co. name
Abbr. of interest
A male one is a jack
Machine shop essential
Peter preceder, in a phonetic alphabet
"Well, of course!"
Held eye contact for too long, say
Festival observed every October 31 to November 2
February honoree
Something to do for peace
It's named for the Norse god of war: Abbr.
Head overseas
Big purchaser of scanners, in brief
Black ___
Part of NATO: Abbr.
Red states, once
One meaning of a raised index finger
Name derived from the Greek for "holy"
Sending to the cloud, e.g.
Sound name
Question from someone waving across a crowded room
Source of some bubbles
Amazon icon
Narrow escapes
"Row, Row, Row Your Boat," for one
Composer Bruckner
___ Lawson, W.N.B.A. star-turned-coach for the Boston Celtics
"___ Gitano," Spanish-language hit for Beyoncé and Alejandro Fernández
Bound to follow
Bring into existence
Brought into existence
Word often followed by a Roman numeral
Santa ___
Indicator of a note's duration, on a score
"Hot" thing
Slightly off
Not watertight
Port Sudan is on it
Get ready for action
Timor-___ (U.N. member since 2002)
Shortened again
Brooks, for example
Auto correction
Some A.B.A. members
R, in a postal abbreviation
Makes red in the face?
"By the way," e.g.
It gets a licking
Bar supply
Renaissance family name
Generator's output
Water monitor, for short
Quote from Homer