Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Crossword Puzzle Answers - 27/09/2016 - 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.

Word with front or free
Whirled and hurled weapons
Where akitas are from
When doubled, a dance
Trip to the airport, perhaps
That slug won’t get you on the subway!?
Susan’s costar in “Thelma & Louise”
Stress for many students
Some Staples supplies
Smashing success
Revealing message?
Property recipient, in law
Person audibly in distress
Oscar winner for “Moonstruck”
Noted conductor Kurt
Mandlikova of tennis fame
M*A*S*H role, familiarly
Local boundaries?
Last until the wee hours
It may be trimmed at a nursery
I’ll have another
Hotel amenities, often
Hockey pucks and golf balls, say?
Groening who created “The Simpsons”
Getting some new jackrabbits?
Gets back into shape
Florida vacation spot, informally
Flapjack locales, familiarly
Film barbarian
Constitutional justification for sleeveless garments?
Caleb who wrote “The Alienist”
Cowboys’ locale, informally
Backwoods brawler
Ancient pillager
Anger, and then some
Adrian Monk or Hercule Poirot (abbr.)
Activity with flying and catching
Weed uprooter
Winter vehicle
What this is
Utter confusion
Utilize hip boots
Thing you can't make when bald
Some farm females
Some Boston pros, briefly
Smallest detectable sensation
Secure one's shoes
Seal hunter
Place for a literary catcher
Particular breath mint
Really great tidings
One who goes for the gold?
Old knockout gas
Not open or ajar
Move one's tail
Mechanical man or woman
Man famed by elevators
Male Madison Ave. employee
Make untidy, as hair
Long, narrow strips
Kitchen features
Italian bowling game
Irate (with "off")
Gorbachev's policy
Gambler's "lady"
Expanded essay
Dr. Frankenstein's assistant
Double-reed instruments
Display a public notice
Cut dramatically, as prices
Chinese currency
Carpentry leveler
Amble all over
Carpenter's machine
180 on the road
115-pound brawlers
"Us" or "them," in competitions
"New Guinea" starter
Xanax and Valium, slangily
Wray of “King Kong”
Word that may follow the last word in 17-, 37- and 61-Across
What one on a winning streak may have
TV host-turned-New Ager John
Tossed in a chip
Three-card __ (con game)
The Diamond State (Abbr.)
Tabloid “monster”
Stencil user, perhaps
Smartphone-holding gadget
Rug buyer’s concern
Rival of Skippy and Peter Pan
Richard who succeeded Gene Siskel
Removed from competition, informally
One of the winemaking Gallos
Oft-rebellious group
Oath response
Miners of the NCAA
Lindley of “Three’s Company”
Is gaga over
Hard to grab onto
Hairy Himalayans
Gathering clouds, to some
Gather, logically
From a reliable source
Former Vice President Barkley
Doff one’s derby
Dairy item made by bacterial fermentation
Creature-crammed craft
Cowpoke’s prod
Charles played by Foxx
Bollywood’s home
Ben Stiller’s mother Anne
Barbecue restaurant appliance
Average guy
Asylum seeker, maybe
Assayer’s material
Armchair athlete’s channel
Alumna bio word
All bent out of shape
now (so far)
Mike (pitching machine)
doble (Spanish dance)
and Magog (biblical enemy force)
“Stormy” seabird
“Back to you”
“All bets are off!”
“__ ‘er there!”
avail (useless)
Wood-cutting tools
With browned bread
Stitches together
Sedan or coupe
Revealing, as a remark
Rainbow shape
Play's beginning
Place for mascara
Open-top laundry holder
Indy 500 entrant
Has some success
Grade-school playtime
Eeyore's bear friend
Desert caravan stop
Deep-red gem
Call attention to
Bestow good upon
At the pinnacle of
''Chicken noodle'' course
Item in a cafeteria stack 
Mouth, in slang 
Someone who'll give you a hand 
High-end market, or a punny hint to the starred answers 
Wile E. Coyote buys his from Acme 
Verse writer 
Under the weather 
The U.S. joined it in 1917 
Stereo precursor 
Sang in a barbershop quartet 
Relay needs 
Ready for skinny-dipping 
High-end market, or a punny hint to the starred answers 
Prospecting find 
Poetic praise 
Pig's digs 
Pencil core 
Mississippi's biggest tributary 
Minimum amount 
Kind of frenzy 
Evil Queen's disguise in 'Snow White' 
Indian city formerly known as Madras 
Important date for Brutus 
Hourly pay 
Horse race finish 
Hike up 
Famed lab assistant 
Gun, as an engine 
Garment for Brutus 
Folk's Baez 
Fitbit tally 
Fireplace remnant 
Financially viable 
Fast-running bird 
Drainpipe bend 
They may be topped with schmears 
Elusive giant of legend 
Crude gp 
Craft built from gopher wood 
Convention center event 
Common cat rescue spot 
Clear Eyes competitor 
Chaotic situation 
They may be topped with schmears 
Brand with earbuds 
Bowstring sounds 
Black Tuesday event 
Avoid honesty 
Reuben ingredient 
Start of a “recuperative” word ladder ending at 73-Across 
Socially unacceptable 
Seeking victory 
Service symbolized by a blue-and-white eagle 
Attention-getting whisper 
App for 'Game of Thrones' watchers 
'You are so right!' 
Reporters’ coups 
Trumpeter Al 
The Mexica people ruled over them 
Wires for thrill-seekers 
Writer Fleming and others 
Writer ___ Stanley Gardner 
Hybrid pastries created by Dominique Ansel 
Girl Scout cookies also called Caramel deLites 
Cereal whose green pieces were added in 1998 
The whole enchilada 
Brand with an 'Uh-Oh!' jingle 
The Fed, for example 
Taiwan-based computer maker 
Subway station sighting 
Rocks or diamonds 
Relating to 51-Down 
Pres. Jefferson 
Place to get outta, in a saying 
Part 5 of the word ladder 
Part 3 of the word ladder 
Palindromic band name 
Part 4 of the word ladder 
Part 2 of the word ladder 
Orbital high points 
Not book-smart 
No. on a periodic table 
Morsel for an aardvark 
Madame Tussaud material 
Judge Goodman of “Dancing With the Stars” 
If you drop this you’ll trip 
Hyundai model 
How to avoid becoming 1-Across, so they say 
Houston ballplayer 
Heading for Marco Polo 
God, in Roma 
German autos 
General ___ (name on a Chinese menu) 
Fr. honorees 
Former telecom giant 
Football coach Jim 
Fly over sub-Saharan Africa? 
End of the word ladder 
Cookies with a Double Stuf variety 
Church bell sound 
Capital of Senegal 
Brand of bubbly, familiarly 
Blue Jays, on scoreboards 
Attach, as a patch 
Are not! retort 
Answerable with a head nod or shake 
Andrea ___ (ill-fated ship) 
Aid for getting 73-Across, so they say 
A busy mom might keep a child in this 
60 minuti 
1000 or 2000, but not 0 
Wide shoe width 
White-tailed coastal bird 
Valentine card hugs 
Tropical fish with large peepers 
Source of media revenue 
Took part in a marathon 
They’re often passed on the road 
Three on a sundial 
Starting course 
Sport, for ports: Abbr. 
Reporter’s quintet of questions 
Peau de __: satin-weave cloth 
Rapper whose professional name sounds like a candy 
Provide with funding 
Prefix with friendly 
Post-Cold War hierarchy … and what is literally contained in the circled squares 
Political refugee 
Out­of­theoffice assignment 
Orange choices 
Opinion columns 
NYSE locale 
Nonprofit URL ending 
Nine-digit ID 
Nancy Drew creator Carolyn 
Muscat residents 
LP measures 
Mortar carriers 
Marlins’ MLB div 
Leave __ : reward the waiter 
Lav, in Bath 
Judaism : kosher :: Islam : __ 
Holiday threshold 
High bond rating 
Head to bed 
H.S. 12thgraders 
Geological epoch in which mammals arose 
First female Shuttle pilot __ Collins 
Explorer Ericson 
Evergreen that’s a homophone of a vowel 
Dispensable candy 
Copter predecessors 
City southwest of Warsaw 
Churchgoer’s “If it’s meant to be” 
Chris of “The Good Wife” 
Cake mix need 
Cable box display 
Brussels’ land: Abbr. 
Blood pressure elevator 
Blame taker 
Baseball inst. in Cooperstown 
Ask for Whiskas, perhaps 
Another name for the gladiolus 
Acid test outcome, possibly 
“Well, __ !”: “What an outrage!” 
“Don’t worry about me” 
“__ it my way” 

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