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Heavy cart pulled by a carriage

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New York Times Clues June 04, 2023

___'s number, cognitive limit to how many relationships a person can maintain
Bit of bedroom furniture
Onetime set of 13
They're right on an election map … or a description of 17-Across?
Taunting response to a challenger
What's the deal?
Implement used with a Venetian fórcola
Start of some California city names
Core group
Reference for exploring America
Screwdriver component … or a description of 37-Across?
Olympics no-nos
Actor/activist George
Prefix with -pod
Earthy pigment
"The One," in a sci-fi film series
English meaning of the Portuguese "e"
Private plane producer
Part of the Statue of Liberty that's about four feet long
Negative space?
Marley in "Marley & Me," e.g. … or a description of 48-Across?
Actress Teri
With 58-Across, what's represented by this puzzle's colored "stripes"
See 57-Across
Dressing room assessment
Something that can be "dead" that was never alive
Competitor of The Vitamin Shoppe
Before, once
Gender-neutral possessive pronoun
City between Gainesville and Orlando
Tarot card figure classically depicted in ragged clothing
Clickable address
Bureaucracy surrounding environmental regulations … or a description of 76-Across?
Device with a pair of spools
A year in Portugal
Slow-moving creatures
Time in history
Title TV character whose name is an acronym
I, in the Greek alphabet
I, in the NATO alphabet
Double-breasted outerwear
N.H.L. team from Ohio … or a description of 93-Across?
D.M.V. issuances
T.S.A.-offered program, familiarly
Lil ___ X
Like a glib answer
Subject line abbr.
2014 boxing documentary
Bygone medical device used in electrotherapy … or a description of 111-Across?
"The Martian Chronicles" author
Film battle sequence, e.g.
Unfaithful sort?
Spayed, say
R.S.V.P. tally
Heavy cart pulled by a carriage
"Sorry … I don't think so"
Small bump
Book jacket bit
Get a better rate, for short
Copy writer
Silty soil
Sharon who has a Pulitzer Prize for poetry
Take a bad turn
Tiny pest
Actress Long of "Boyz N the Hood"
Gets started on
Parka relative
Tightly enclose
Catherine of "Schitt's Creek"
Glam rock band with six #1 hits in England in the 1970s
"Yay!," in internet-speak
Food truck offerings
Canadian gas brand
___ de Dios ("God's eye")
Deal with
One of four on most keyboards
Ornamental tree with fan-shaped leaves
Agenda bit
Titus in the WWE Hall of Fame
Outcome with no winner
Aleppo's land
Folklore creature
"What are you ___?!"
Fall bloom
"… maybe that's a bad idea, though"
Tiny building blocks
Language from which Alaska gets its name
Support for a dancer
Bay Area airport code
Kind of diet that eschews processed foods
Work well (with)
12th-most-common street name, per the U.S. Census Bureau
What a face emoji often lacks
Dungeons & Dragons figure
Play lists?
Make more secure, in a way
Belgian painter James
Circumforaneous sort
French pet name that means "cabbage"
Word with gas or think
Dominoes, e.g.
Samoan capital
Part of a modern entertainment system
"Actually …"
Cry before overtime
Palindromic Steely Dan album title
Deviate (from)
Major wine-producing country
Province in 91-Down
Did some paddling
Behaved like an ass
Theatrical lines that break the fourth wall
Triceratops contemporary, informally
Consumer-to-consumer marketplace
"Irish Rose" lover
Letters by some bars
"Twist and Shout" and "Yesterday," for the Beatles
GPS suggestion: Abbr.
Satisfied sounds

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