New York Times Crossword Answers - October 2, 2015

New York Times Crossword Answers - October 2, 2015

Clue Answer
'Beowulf' beverage MEAD
'I will wear my heart upon my sleeve' speaker, in Shakespeare IAGO
'The Devil's Dictionary' author BIERCE
'___, boy' HERE
1930s film canine ASTA
Base players BUGLERS
Black winds CLARINETS
Breakfast dish with hollandaise sauce EGGSBENEDICT
Cadaverous PASTY
Came up with ORIGINATED
Cathedral features APSES
Cattle drive destination in 'Lonesome Dove' MONTANA
Cause of 'fainting in the air' GFORCE
Civil War ships IRONCLADS
Coastal hazard TSUNAMI
Colorer of papers? MEDIABIAS
Continental ___ SHELF
Diminution EBB
Dogpatch yell GIT
Dropped the ball ERRED
Fashion CREATE
Fish hatchery yield ROE
Fits on a hard drive? ROADRAGE
Fix SPAY
Food that Esau sold his birthright for LENTILSOUP
Gave out EMANATED
Horror author who wrote 'The Call of Cthulhu' LOVECRAFT
How doodles are drawn IDLY
It's read for a bill GASMETER
Jesus in the outfield ALOU
Khaki TAN
Land in a nautical adventure NED
Like the small intestine vis-à-vis the large one LONGER
Material problem TEAR
Merlin Olsen's team RAMS
Mixed numbers? MEDLEY
Not working out? UNFIT
Organic fertilizer BONEMEAL
Pacific island country that uses U.S. currency PALAU
Paying attention, with 'in' TUNED
Plantation owner in 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' BIGDADDY
Plot-heavy comedies FARCES
Popular name in cosmetics LANCOME
Promiscuous guy, in slang TOMCAT
Provided backup, say SANG
Regrettable situation PITY
Result of standing too long, maybe STAGNATION
Ruin a private moment INTRUDE
See 44-Across HAT
Señor seen on 'The Ed Sullivan Show' WENCES
Single-stranded macromolecule RNA
Some crop-dusting chemicals FUNGICIDES
Southeast Asian tongue LAO
Stalk STEM
Streisand's 'Funny Girl' co-star SHARIF
Takes away DEDUCTS
The Sun King's infamous declaration LETATCESTMOI
They may or may not happen IFS
Threads GARB
Turned inside out EVERTED
Typical Bulldogs fan ELI
Veal cut CHOP
With 6-Down, bit of summer wear PANAMA
Words of longing IWISH
Worker with a flexible schedule? ACROBAT
You again? ALTEREGO