@|ACROSS&DOWNJaBC"m1.31 27 21QJUS..GONOW..FADEPT.GAMBLER.ICEESE.RINALDO.NEAZEPPOLI.ASBLIND.THEO.....RUST...EAVES.EPOCH..TAN.YMA.MAY.IPAALSO.BOBBY.ONEDWOOL..NEE..AGROTENG.TENDS.RTES..DABS...NOSH..ISH.FORGOOD.EMISTEAL.EAT.ETHICLEICA.ALI.TIANAEMMET.DAS.SETIN---..-----..------.-------.------.-------.----------.-------.----.....----...-----.-----..---.---.---.-------.-----.--------..---..--------.-----.----..----...----..---.-------.--------.---.----------.---.----------.---.-----November 29, 2021 - "I Guess This Is Goodbye" - Francis Heaney, edited by Lorinne LampertFrancis HeaneyRoast beef au ___"___, lady! / Give the guy some room! / The bumper cars are that way / Please, lady! / Don't forget that guns can go boom" ("Assassins" lyric)"Gee, Officer Krupke, we're very ___" ("West Side Story" lyric)This puzzle's dedicatee (19302021)"Leave this instant!"Apt name for someone who measures 8 or 9 on the Beaufort scalePrefix with present or potentCharlotte Hornets' org.Clay pot used in Spanish cuisineWhat Amy does at the end of "Getting Married Today," despite a lot of protesting"So clever but ever so sad / Love, she said, was a ___" ("Follies" lyric)Activity done by coloring in areas of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, and white (in "Sunday in the Park With George," or in this puzzle grid)Without ___ to one's name (penniless)"A trickle of sweat / The back of the head / He always does this / Now the foot is ___" ("Sunday in the Park With George" lyric)Skillful, sardonicallyCasino clientLike Squeaky Fromme's psychedelic beads in "Assassins," according to Sara Jane MooreCocktail named after a Scottish folk hero"And ___, like vinyl, on the streets / Cold as silver, white as sheets" ("Evening Primrose" lyric)Compass direction or language suffix"Hannibal" detective PazziOrg. that presented 3-Down with a medal in 1996Fried dough treats at Little Italy street fairsDisturber of a princess's sleepIdiomatically comparable to a bat, seeing-wiseJean-___ Godard (film director born the same year as 3-Down)Nickname that drops -doreOrange stuff on old metal"Birds in the sky / Birds in the ___ / In the leaves" ("Into the Woods" lyric)Building with a diplomatic staff: Abbr.Tributary of the Rhne that has a circumflex as wellHistorically important period of timeImplant"Danced in my scanties / Three bucks a night was the ___ / But I'm here" ("Follies" lyric)"So you'll sit in the sun / You'll come back with a ___" ("Merrily We Roll Along" lyric)Ideated, Tweety-style___ veraPeruvian singer Sumac"In time, mais oui, we ___" ("Anyone Can Whistle" lyric)Hoppy kind of beerFather, in FranceHubbubs"How delectable! / ___ undetectable!" ("Sweeney Todd" lyric)Gymnast Korbut"Company" character who sings "Being Alive""Follies" character who sings "The Road You Didn't Take"Having length but not width or depthPair in a skiffSweater materialWord before a changed nameFarming-related prefix before biology or industrial1% of a cool mil"Please don't cough / It ___ to throw the actors off" ("The Frogs" lyric)General on Chinese takeout menus___-cone (frozen treat)Hwys.Touches lightly, as with the tip of a paintbrushA sharp alternativeLittle snackPlaywright Clifford"Sorta" suffixCastaway's placeThorny part of a rose"Do not let it grieve you / No one leaves ___" ("Into the Woods" lyric)"I ___ to live / In other people's lives" ("Passion" lyric)Big celebrationName on many elevators and escalatorsRecord label in the middle of a remix?Fun-size"Lovely is the one thing ___ do" ("A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" lyric)"I feel you, Johanna / And one day I'll ___ you" ("Sweeney Todd" lyric)"I may trump your ___" "Please do! / I may clutter up the place" "Me, too!" ("Follies" lyric)"They ___ the rice and then / The day begins again" ("Pacific Overtures" lyric)System of moral values"Got my striped ___ / Got my hopes high" ("Gypsy" lyric)German camera companyBoxer who changed his name from ClayDisney character with a restaurant in New Orleans"___ Otter's Jug-Band Christmas" (1977 Muppet holiday special)Russian agreementsBegin to become apparent