Saturday, August 27, 2016

Crossword Puzzle Answers - 27/08/2016 - The NY Times, LA Times, Usa Today, Newsday, Universal and more

  • Crossword Puzzle Answers - Solutions for daily newspapers: The NY Times, LA Times, Usa Today, Newsday, Universal and more.

Stimpy's pal 
Sommelier's suggestion 
Punk-rock subgenre 
Prime-time hour 
Office part-timer 
Marching band leader 
Made into lumber 
Heart chart (Abbr.) 
Fancy French pancakes 
Efron of 'Neighbors' 
Davis of 'Thelma & Louise' 
Dalloway or Doubtfire 
Being, to Brutus 
Ambulance VIP 
Advertising award 
Wedding reception events 
Warm air current 
Truman's hometown 
They may be counted 
Target at a party 
Symbol for resistance 
Surgery reminders 
Stretch of history 
Spiny-leafed plant 
Massenet opera 
Dog show category 
Christmas tree, often 
Brian of rock 
Backbeat keeper 
1862 battle site 
Yellowstone buglers 
What tabloid headlines may have 
Talk radio guest 
Major ("Big Bear" constellation)
World's Fair, for one
Linden of "Barney Miller" 
Weather map areas 
White-plumed wading bird
Twiddling one's thumbs 
Violate a commandment
Treat shaped like a 14-Across 
Used the black credit card
Untidy situation
Type of columnist
London lavs 
One of football's Mannings 
Symbol before a key signature 
Take to another level?
Shakespearean king 
Start to give in
Sound of an active blender
Place between hills 
Soon-to-be adult
Office fill-in 
Serving in an Italian restaurant
Nasal strip users 
Muscle-to-bone connector 
Olympics participant
New thing to turn over?
Modern evidence type, briefly
Make a contract official
Much more than occasionally
Like fine wine or cheese 
Like nets around Stephen Curry?
Learns little by little
Like the Milky Way
Keep the turkey moist
Like Felix and Oscar 
Jeter of baseball fame
Like a saved seat 
Left the flock 
Is evenhanded
Lagoon surrounder 
Irksome insect
Keys on a map 
Goes from snow to slush
Hides the gray
Flowery writing
Decorated with gold
Cousin of a gazelle
County, in Louisiana
Check out groceries, perhaps
Certain homey dwelling
Help, of a sort, and a word that can follow the first parts of 17- and 60-Across and 11- and 25-Down 
Birds on Australian coins 
Having no follow-up 
Catholic prayer
Gravity obeys one 
British pop sensation
Dragged along 
Class reunion memento 
French landscapist Jean-Baptiste-Camille 
Bouquet holder
Derisive laugh 
Boggy matter
Component of natural gas 
Beginner or apprentice
Cupid's Greek counterpart 
Delivery room drs 
Basic impulse
Awaited words at a wedding
Change the look of 
At the front of the line
Bouquet holder 
Andean civilization
Amtrak transportation
Authority in card games 
Attacks with a lance 
A little resistance?
à-porter (ready-to-wear)
jim (car thief's tool)
Vietnam Veterans Memorial designer Maya
Turned chicken
Susan of 'The Partridge Family'
About 4/5 of Algeria 
Supreme Egyptian god
Abbr. before a founding date 
Substituted (for)
"You ___ me one!" 
Sometimes it's extra-virgin
She recorded the album '21'
Security guards check them
Sack that's good for hitting?
Replies, quickly?
Really go places
Openly hostile 
Tarzan types 
They're on staff 
Park, New Jersey 
mater (brain membrane) 
Outer cover 
Noted diarist with a palindromic name
Taylor of “Say Anything 
New Mexico art community
Low bones 
Moe, Curly, or Larry
Winter hours in NYC 
Major British resort town west of Dover
White counterpart 
Catch at the shore 
Whispering campaign makeup 
Where messages might pile up 
Like some hairs 
When Juliet says 'Parting is such sweet sorrow' 
Venerated symbol 
Old portico 
Verdi princess 
Vase contents 
Lily's 'All of Me' role
It indicates a maiden name
Trump guaranteed to win 
Likely to be off 
It helps prevent small bites
Tiny amt. of time 
Part of DINK 
Horton's creator
Brought into being 
The Palace of Auburn Hills, e.g 
Hook, line, and sinker types
Country music venue 
Tech debut of 1998 
Hard taskmaster
Education innovator 
Still, to Shakespeare 
”It was a very brief visit” 
Spall of 'The Big Short' 
1987 Masters champ Larry 
Solemn toll 
Tribe that met with Lewis and Clark in 1804 
With 4-Down, Fred Gipson book that won a 1957 Newbery Honor 
Server's edge, in tennis 
Region including Napa 
Seoul food 
French wheel 
Sea-___ (Washington airport) 
Body lang 
Satisfied sigh 
Olympics event since 2000 
Iconic Ansel Adams photograph shot in Hernandez, New Mexico 
Sang like Ella 
Swamp thing 
”The Decay of Lying” author 
Respond to a bad call 
Queen ___ lace 
Quake aftermath 
Railroad worker 
President before Sarkozy 
Gentleman of Portugal
Grape's neighbor
Part of a Simon & Garfunkel quartet? 
Parabolic path 
Places in a pyramid, say 
Preserves flavor 
Fish salted for bacalao
Pitcher Lohse 
Defense gp. founded in Bogotá
Part of A.D 
Transplant, in a way 
Park parkers, for short 
Commit a banking boo-boo
Parental reiteration 
Classic record label for the Bee Gees and Cream
Teeth in Torino 
Brownish hue
Trade staple 
Painted sheet 
Beastly character
Youngest player to join the 600-HR club 
P, to Plato 
Oxycodone, e.g 
Thin feathered flier 
Olympic skiing category 
Ending to avoid? 
Open a smidgen 
Exercise regimen 
It can tide you over 
Article in Paris Match
Act upon guidance
Not nude 
Piccadilly Circus statue 
'Modern' word starter
Commemorative pillar 
Absorbed, as a loss
Word from the Italian for ''small chapel''
Unpopular in the extreme
As it happens 
What many cookies are
What fog often pushes back
Jobs creation 
Uniform factors
Type of pharyngitis
Top with a crown
They might take the cake
Take a second?
Surname of ''Britain's first family of harmony''
Stereotypical farm plodder
My, to a monarch 
Steelers' ''Turnpike Rival''
More unpleasant 
Some low-battery warnings
Mo. without a major holiday 
Runs in preschool
Republic annexed by France in 1769
Is for more than one? 
Razzie nominee as King David
Masked drama 
Magda and Zsa Zsa's sister 
Made an appearance 
Radically shorten, maybe
Like thrift shop buys 
Like Phoenix vis-a-vis Seattle 
Put something over on
Pronghorn weapon
Like early audiobooks 
Place de l'éducation
King and Queen, e.g 
Peace activist since the '60s
Junker feature 
Onetime Italian ruler of 5 Down
Its teams include the Sun, Mercury and Stars 
One could work under pressure
It precedes Blue Jays home games 
Not much of a knock
It has a three-octave range 
Mercurial person
Make comfortable, in a way
Home players 
Hadrian's hail 
Get into the pool 
George Stephanopoulos's a.m. show 
Four-time role for Chris Hemsworth 
Forearm length, in biblical times 
Flight parts 
Cuomo's successor 
Fast flyer of the past 
Extols extravagantly 
Exercise 7 (for forgetful solvers) 
Exercise 6 (for attentive folks) 
Exercise 5 (for accommodating folks) 
Exercise 4 (for exaggerative folks) 
Lobster appendages
Exercise 3 (for rash folks) 
Exercise 2 (for ineffectively busy folks) 
Irish princess of opera
Inspiration for Orpheus
Exercise 1 (for frantic folks) 
Idiosyncrasy of Cockney
Dirt bike's cousin 
Half of hexadeca-
Gossip-mill fodder
Ending like -oid
Daisy family flowers 
Element of some readouts
Efficiency expert's concern
Didn't give up
Crook in sports
Collage co-inventor
Client of a sort
City Hall honorees
Certain sauce source
Capital near the equator and the prime meridian
Calendar-watch reading
Buy by the bushel
Crucial inning 
Book with family trees on the endpapers, say
Conducive to mold 
Concerto closer 
Big name in wrappers
Complete jerks 
Atlantic Div. skaters
Company known for its candy wafers 
''The Last __'' (Puzo novel)
''If we __ temples, they will crumble to dust'': Webster
Colonel Sanders feature 
Citi Field athlete 
Chick's chirp 
Catwoman portrayer 
CAT scan cousin 
Business partners, at times 
Brought in from the fields 
Brine-cured salmon 
Brian Williams's network 
Brand originally packaged in cologne bottles 
Bottom-row PC key 
Black of country 
Bit of moisture 
Bit of aquarium scum 
Bible twin 
Basketball Hall of Famer Thomas 
Avoiding others 
Atkins at the Opry 
AT&T logo 
April, May or June 
Anarchist in 1920s headlines 
Amy Winehouse's 'You Know ___ Good' 
Allen Iverson, once 
A cappella composition 
987-65-4321, for one 
3-Down betrayer 
1998 Winter Olympics host 
1945 battle site, familiarly 
'The weekend's almost here!' 
'The Puzzle Palace' org 
'The Little Mermaid' villain 
'Soylent Green' star 
'Piece of cake!' 
'Mr. Robot' network 
'Lights out' lullaby 
'Great Caesar's ghost!' 
'Go! Go! Go!' 
'Don't Rain on My Parade' composer 
'Be that as it may...' 
Sea (Bay of Whales locale) 
Yasmina ___, two-time Tony-winning playwright 
Wooley of 'Rawhide' 
Where to belt one down and belt one out 
Way down in Wayne Manor 
Treat since 1912 
Title princess of a comic opera 
Terrain maker 
Suffix with Québéc 
Song lyric following 'But as long as you love me so' 
Something hammers hit 
Some PC keys 
Severe soreness 
Set of seven countries, informally 
Relative of -ish or -ory 
Put it to 
Postcard printing process, for short 
Popular ice pop 
Political pundit Perino 
Owner of Flix, in brief 
Opportunity, e.g 
Opening for an E.P.A. worker? 
Ones hitting snares 
One of about 1,000 in Lux 
On, in Orléans 
Often-replaced reference works 
Not-so-firm affirmative 
Musician with the 2016 album 'The Ship' 
Monogram for Christ 
Mo. with All Saints' Day 
Midway, e.g 
Maker of the Pocket Fisherman and Electric Food Dehydrator 
Means of forecasting 
Maker of the Pocket Fisherman and Electric Food Dehydrator 
Little buddy 
Like the Arctic Ocean vis-à-vis the Atlantic 
Like talk, it's said 
Last name of a comic strip title teen 
Landscape alternative 
It may be spiked in winter 
Hibachi feature 
Helldiver, e.g 
Group that rejected its 2006 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction 
Great point 
Gives a gloss 
Get together after school? 
Gerontologist's subject 
Fabric finish? 
Essential element 
Dixie cakes 
Demanding occupations? 
Deliverer of the U.N. General Assembly speech 'Atoms for Peace' 
Danny Ocean's wife 
Biblical name meaning 'exalted father' 
Alternative to Nytol 
Alternative to Dasani or Deer Park 
11-Down buildup 
'Qué ___?' ('How are you?': Sp.)

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