Tuesday, September 13, 2016

crosswords solver 13/09/2016

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

Work with a loom
Word on a shoppe sign
Word after floor or flight
Wintry coating
Unsportsmanlike behavior
Uno card
Twistable cookie
Top-notch
Toddler's taboo
Tennis court surface
Symbol for the lower piano music part
Swelling reducer
Surrealist painter from Barcelona
Subsurface woodwork decoration
Some speeches open with them ... as do this puzzle's four longest entries
Scent
Scent
Rodent in a German lab
Ritz-Carlton rival
RC or Pepsi
Preserve, as ashes
Poetic foot
Oodles and oodles
Ocho minus cinco
Obedience school command
Not at all excited
Neck of the woods
More than rotund
Metal-rich deposits
Mended using stitches, with 'up'
Medicinal houseplant
Mars explorer
Maiden name intro
Leave out
Knight's weapon
Ken or Daria of financial journalism
Kemper of 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'
In the middle of
In need of a friend
How some sloganed T-shirts should be washed
Hotel count
Hollywood agent
Historic periods
High in the sky
Going to the grocery store, the bank, etc
Former French president Jacques
Flag Day month
Every which way
Estevez of 'The Breakfast Club'
Elizabeth Taylor role, informally
Economist Greenspan
Dollar competitor
Divided island of Southeast Asia
Did some wickerwork
Data unit
Data set average
Corrosive liquid
Comics punch sound
Clicker's target
Classic arcade game Donkey __
Chicken chow __
Chestnut horse
Catch
Bikini top
Big name in antivirus software
Baltic Sea capital
Airport idlers
Acts like Elizabeth Taylor?
1998 Bullock/Kidman film involving witchcraft
'__ all good'
'Understand?'
'So long!' along the Seine
'Gone With the Wind' family name
'Big Hero 6' hero
'And away __!' - See more at: http://crosswordssolver.net/clue/L.A.-Times-Daily-Crossword-Answers---Sep-13-2016#sthash.BRN0VskV.dpuf

___ Brewster, Cary Grant's role in 'Arsenic and Old Lace'
___ Beta Kappa
Workplace fairness agcy
Water swirl
Was in store for
Waffle introducer?
Violin's string tightener
Vindictiveness
Vietnam's capital
Vampire in 'The Vampire Chronicles'
Unchanged
Title bestowed on 72-Across
Things sometimes seen in banks
The Goddess of Pop
The Braves of the N.L. East
Surfacing for a golf course
Supermarket checkout lines?
Sparse flow
Sort
Something caught in a filter
Sink, as one's chances
Sidney of 'Lilies of the Field'
Rights, informally
Reverberate
Reverberate
Rebuke, with 'off'
RCA introduction of 1977
Quid pro ___
Pie pan material
Peter of Peter, Paul and Mary
Person between 50 and 59
Perfume
Orators' aids
Oblique look
O'Neal's memoir of his N.B.A. rookie year
N.H.L. team that became the Colorado Avalanche
Mythical bird
Moving day vehicle
Mistyping remedy
Miss ___, etiquette columnist
Metaphor for insignificance
Mars, to the Greeks
Many an ology: Abbr
Lucy or Ricky on 'I Love Lucy'
Logician's 'There you have it'
Let off from punishment
iPod Mini successor
Gushes, as from a water fountain
Gels
Frequent follower of 'said' in the Bible
Filled (with)
End of 'Macbeth' or 'Othello'
Emulates the O. J. Simpson jury
Donator of Lennon's home to the National Trust
Domain
Deep and sonorous, as a voice
Davenport, e.g
Davenport's home
Cousin of a baboon
Corrida cheer
Chicken drumstick
Channel for TV shoppers
Central Florida metropolis, informally
Brews, as tea
Black ___ (secret missions)
Beanie, e.g
Award on a wall
Airer of F.C.C. hearings
Acknowledge as true
1950s British P.M. Anthony ___
15+ minutes of a typical TV hour
'___ courage!' (French cry)
'The Thinker' sculptor
'Men seldom make passes / At girls who wear glasses,' e.g
'Macbeth' or 'Otello'
'Downton Abbey' countess

With 52-Across, impetus to get down, and..
Went aboard
Voice quality
Timid
Time for preparation
The Terminator, for one
Test for M.A. seekers
Suffers
Successor and predecessor of Leno
Subjects of some bargaining
Stephen King's Christine, for one
Square
South American tuber
Social surroundings
Soaks in hot water
Snug as a bug
Site in the first stanza of 'Oh My Darling Clementine'
Site in the first stanza of 'Oh My Darling Clementine'
Seep
Second-highest card in pinochle
River wriggler
Restriction for Mr. Sprat
Quick summary
Quarterdeck's location
Pristine place
Prison area
Printer type
Prepared to spring
Place for a witness
Petty officer on a merchant ship
Oscar winner as Thatcher
One who calls 'em as he sees 'em
Notice that needs to be noticed?
Nickname for an oldster
Nautical side
Melody that overstays its welcome
Marco Polo crossed it
Mace Windu, for one
Lowest card in pinochle
Jacob's twin
Is abundant
Investment company T. ___ Price
Halloween purchases
Guitar maker Fender
Get a move on
German river that flows into the Rhine
Flyer to Amsterdam
First bird sent from Noah's Ark
Filing mo
Fast Amtrak train
Farm fathers
Expressed disapproval
Enters gradually
Distilled coal product
Diner dish
Daly of 'Cagney & Lacey'
Congressional staffer
Compact submachine gun
Co. now part of Verizon
Clunker
Close
Clear out
Citi Field team
Champagne specification
Benefit
Bean in space
Beach birds
Arabian Sea's Gulf of ___
Alito replaced her
African tuber
...a hint to the starts of the answers to the starred clues
*Willow bark tea for a headache, e.g
*What a family might use to play Monopoly
*Target of many fall ads
*Condiment made with tomatillos
'Someone Like You' singer
'M*A*S*H' vehicle - See more at: http://crosswordssolver.net/clue/Wall-Street-Journal-Crossword-Answers---Sep-13-2016---First-Steps#sthash.hcOPSqw9.dpuf

Word with 'strength' or 'city'
Trait of a Southerner's speech
Train lines?
Three Bears patriarch
The Hawkeye State
The Elder or Younger of Roman history
Target for Carmelo
Swells out of proportion
Spritely tunes
Some submerged leaves
Some kitchen utensils
Small songbird
Silly goose
Significant periods of history
Siamese-speak
San Antonio hoopsters
Remote control abbr
Quiet 'Check this out!'
Psychic's read, supposedly
Piece for nine
One of the 'Friends'
On ___ (with an eye toward selling)
Not on the level
Nose wrinkler
Nonmoving picture
Ninth rock from the sun, once
Mortar troughs
More than never
Mark's replacement
Major blood line
Longtime beau
Long skirt
Like word-of-mouth
Like dime novels and some orange juice
Like a shepherd's staff
Length x width, for a rectangle
Legolas of Middle Earth, e.g
Island off Australia
Infant's abdominal woe
Indian dress
Immature egg
Horn-shaped thing
Half a fl. oz
Gemstone for many Libras
Fuzzy fruits
Freshwater carnivorous mammal
Fracture immobilizer
Food quality
Fit for night owls
Final notice?
Female family nickname
Far from bored
Fancy wheels
Expected in
Empathize
Easygoing attribute
Convoy member
Common dessert
Choice invitees
Chanel of fashion
Bone-dry
Bluenose
Big, fat mouth
Barnyard bellow
Bar fixture
Anglo-____
Adolph Coors, famously
Accepts as true
15-Across, once
'X' may mark it
'What ___ can I say?'
'That's an order!'
'Legal' prefix
'Beetle Bailey' dog
'All kidding ___ ...' - See more at: http://crosswordssolver.net/clue/Universal-Crossword-Answers---Sep-13-2016#sthash.nXGVX41a.dpuf

Word before suit or servant
Word before game or user
Whitney or Manning
When mammoths roamed
Wedding day acquisition
Tear to shreds
Synth output
Swing support
Sunni counterpart
Spy novelist Eric
Source of sweet sap
Soldier's temporary lodging
Slowly vanish
Single-file parade
Simultaneous statehood achievers, with 'the'
Simmons of 31-Down
Series units
Scottish hillside
Rue the loss of
Rock group with an 'army'
Ready to pour
Printer's primary color
Pie nut
Paquin of 'The Piano'
Pants, slangily
Pandora's boxful
On a winning streak
Most extreme (Abbr.)
Look over, informally
Line holder
Like many violent movies
Israel's Barak
In sync
Hunter who wrote 'The Blackboard Jungle'
Home to drones
Hardwood source
Guesses on a sked
Grinch's look
Fleecy female
Fill to the max
Fateful day for Caesar
Fascinated by
Espied, to Tweety
Email folder
Earth Day org
Don ___ de la Vega (Zorro)
Dog collar adornment
Doe's beau
Detroit River's outflow
Dale's partner
Crafts partner
Corleone portrayer
Connector on an EKG cable
Closing credits listing
City planner's map
Citi Field predecessor
CD-___ (PC inserts)
Cassini of fashion
Card that's sometimes wild
Cannes festival entry
Calyx segments
Burn soother
Beatnik's 'Gotcha!'
Batty
Bar mitzvah, for one
Affectionate bird
A fossil fuel
1972 Elton John hit
'Where ya ___?'
'There's ___ in 'team''
'The Munsters' bat
'O tempora! O mores!' orator
'Losing My Religion' rock group
'It's the real thing' soft drink
'Foxfire' author Seton
'Feed the Beast' cable choice
'A ___ formality' - See more at: http://crosswordssolver.net/clue/USA-Today-Crossword-Answers---Sep-13-2016#sthash.nWCHb9Jg.dpuf

___ school
___ Mist (soft drink now called Mist Twst)
___ Baba
Wren appendage
Wrath
Words yelled before 'No hands!'
Woodland clearing
Was in charge of
Visible impressions
Vegas game
Unconventional
Tracked, as prey
Tolstoy or Buscaglia
Tip off
Texter's 'No freaking way!'
Taylor Swift album named for a color
Talking iPhone feature
Super Soaker brand
Sue Grafton's ''N' Is for ___'
Stereotypical name for a lab assistant
Stellar sighting
Star with an attitude
Smooth and glossy
Small swallow
Ship that carried Jason
Sailor's patron, briefly
Quiet 'Hey!'
Pt. of some signatures
Polynesian language with a 14-letter alphabet
Pad thai tidbit
Ottawa's home
On the double
NYC sports venue
Nonprofessional sports org
Nick and Nora's pooch
New Age musician from Greece
National Yoga Month (abbr.)
Melodic syllable
Marooned, in a way
Make sympathetic
Loaf at the deli
Light-headed
Leave out
Jane Rochester's maiden name
Is supported by
Inner turmoil
Hefty volume
Gruesome Tolkien creature
Grandstand divisions
Gabor of 'Green Acres'
Fraught with peril
Epps of Hollywood
Eggs from the sea
Dwarf planet discovered in 2005
Drawn tight
Drapery ornament
Disadvantaged
Den or study
Day spa attire
Compete
Came unglued
Cage, for one
Caffeinated brew, often
C, on a thermometer
Big name in morning talk
2014 top 10 hit for Meghan Trainor, and what's happening at the beginning of the answer to each starred clue
1054, to Hadrian
*Tall, slender drinking vessel
*Restraint used by dog trainers
*Overflowing
*Homes with staggered stories
*Hit song from the Beatles' 1963 album 'Please Please Me'
'Three Bathers' painter Henri
'The Dark Knight Rises' villain
'Iliad' city

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