Saturday, October 22, 2016

Crossword Puzzle Answers - 22/10/2016 - 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.

World Series events 
Work sites for stained-glass installers 
What Ahab called the whale 
Word in the etymology of ''fief'' 
They're essential to some exit strategies 
The ultimate in knots 
Superhero concealer 
Tempura candidate 
Succeeds at mediation 
Something shifted in debate 
Sight on a trip down the Bosporus 
Shallow channels 
Serengeti weapon 
Sandbags, essentially 
Place to chill, ironically 
Pete's conqueror in the 1992 US Open 
Perioperative occupation 
Paranormal field 
Org. finding places for unwanted toys 
Operator of cookiekahuna.com 
Not exactly choice words? 
No longer a threat, perhaps 
Network purchases 
Movie-serial recurring roles 
Military rainwear 
Marseille-to-Cannes direction 
Marked by turpitude 
Make glacial progress 
Light golden-brown 
Layout measure 
Land with a harp on its coat of arms 
Item in ads with Lucky the Leprechaun 
Himalayan ancestor 
Headed downward 
Fourth word in Sarandon's Wikipedia article 
Have no industry 
Functions properly 
Free Soil Party issue 
Floorboard fixer 
Fighters, for instance 
Did groundbreaking work 
Doesn't curb one's enthusiasm 
Dickinson's percher ''in the soul'' 
Daily mover of many millions 
Copenhagen premiere of 1879 
Coiner of ''sellyfish'' and ''nectacled'' 
Character makeup 
Calendar watch letters 
Brown-bag staple 
Blows smoke at 
Bit of paste 
Band on the soundtrack of ''The Hunger Games'' 
Aim-endorsing org 
Agua que fluye 
''The Road to Wealth'' author 
''Grey's Anatomy'' production company 
Whispered bit of information 
''Game of Thrones'' hatchlings 
''Frankenstein'' inspiration, possibly 
before (at the latest) 
Ziegfeld Follies costumer 
Word of prohibition 
Volleyball team complement 
They catch smooches at stadiums 
Tries to prevent a sinking 
Topper for Che Guevara 
Steinway & ___ (piano maker) 
Source of fine wool 
Skid row denizen 
Salaried sportsman 
Recedes, like the tide 
Recycle Bin, on a PC 
Reaction to a bad pun 
Pitching staff stats 
Pajamas' rear opening 
Pinstriped player, for short 
Peak in Catania 
Opie's father 
One of the "north 40" 
Ned who wrote "Air Music" 
Military chaplain, informally 
Layers on the farm 
Microscope insert 
Make really mad 
Major League exec Joe 
Like Rudolph 
Lacks the ability to 
Joan of Arc, notably 
Is in the lineup 
Intense pain and struggle 
Inscribe with acid 
Improbable, as a tale 
Honda's luxury line 
Historic French forest 
Hazards during dry season 
Hatcher of "Desperate Housewives" 
Half hitch and sheepshank 
Hail ___ (desperation pass) 
Grid great Tarkenton 
Funhouse sounds 
Fruit-packing unit 
Franc's replacement 
Flowerless houseplant 
Dryer residue 
Drawing room piece 
Columnist Coulter 
Chipper for one's age 
Buggy-riding religious group 
Boot a grounder, say 
Bonus for performing a cool act 
Bakery or brewery need 
Artificial bronzing product 
Angst-ridden music genre 
Adoring biblical trio 
"___ So Shy" (Pointer Sisters hit) 
"Okay by me" 
"Norma ___" (Sally Field movie) 
"It takes two" dance 
"Arf!" or "Woof!" 
Aquarius" musical (and a word that can precede the first parts of 17- and 55-Across and 9- and 24-Down) 
Nobel Peace Prize winner with Begin 
Open­and­shut facial features 
Pack to the max 
Welles’s “The War of the Worlds,” e.g. 
Vehicles with semiskilled drivers? 
UPS circuit 
The Luck of RoaringCamp writer 
Tagged, perhaps 
Start to occupy? 
Speedsters at a speedway 
Some court attempts 
Short necklace 
Search quickly (through) 
Rock band loudeners, familiarly 
Renaissance officials of Venice 
Put on the payroll 
Put a question to 
Probate subjects 
Prankster’s invisible stuff 
Peter seen in “Casablanca 
Person paid per item produced 
Ominous date for Caesar 
Hotels for the desperate 
Area of devastating World War I battles 
Lucy of “Ally McBeal 
Loose leaf product, attimes 
London lav 
Lets up 
Key WWII figure 
Joey’s refuge 
It may be commemorative 
Idaho’s most populous city 
Hippocratic oath takers, briefly 
Gardner of Hollywood 
Fond du ___, Wisconsin 
First American casualty of the Revolutionary War 
Data skewer 
Common cruet contents 
Clothes closet menaces 
Change for a five, maybe 
Buck passer, briefly? 
Boxy Highlands garb 
Blanc who voiced many toons 
Biblical escape vessel 
Ballplayer hoping for a save 
Allies, to the Axis 
You might select it when calling customer service 
hand (help) 
[clued elsewhere] 
[clued elsewhere] 
WWII vessel 
Words to live by 
Whichever you want 
What V signifies to violinists 
Try to get dirt on 
To-do 
They may be girded 
To a degree, informally 
This one is in Russia 
This one is in central Europe 
This one is in California 
This one is in Africa 
They're sold in lots 
They left RFK Stadium after the 2007 season 
That, in Toledo 
Talk show guest's talk, often 
Take to the sky 
Subject of many arias 
Studio sign 
Stud setting 
Striker's demand 
State that was once a Portuguese province 
Sounds from flocks 
Site of intense magnetic activity 
Show indecisiveness 
Severely squished 
Rollover target 
River regulator 
Response on deck 
Remorseful feeling 
Prepare for action 
Port on Italy's heel 
Player's support 
Pithy person 
Pitching no 
Pair on the flag of Oman 
Painting surface 
Page from Google 
One unlikely to pass the bar 
NYC commuting option 
Nails the test 
Motel guest's woe, perhaps 
Mathematician Leonhard 
Massive mayhem 
Many an emergency contact 
Make cutbacks 
Laundromat leftover 
Ltr. attachments 
Low-calorie quaff 
Lone Star State athlete 
Like some 'Animal Farm' characters 
Like Blu-ray media 
LeBron, for one 
Leader of the Untouchables 
King of Hollywood 
Ivory or Stone 
Ivan ___ ('Rocky IV' boxer) 
It may be on the house 
It may be filtered 
Isn't fooled by appearances 
Island southeast of Barcelona 
Image of Pluto, say 
Hurtful words 
Homebodies' propensity 
Hathi in 'The Jungle Book,' for one 
Furry falsetto on the tube 
From the top 
Fr. misses 
First name in cosmetics 
Experimental to the point of risk 
Exemplar of easiness 
Eden tree 
Ecol. or geol 
Donne and Bradstreet 
Devil dog's org 
Designer brand 
Cures, in a way 
Cross all the i's and dot all the t's, say 
Creature with a hood 
Covent Garden offering 
Common infection, briefly 
Cold War jet 
Chrysler Building style 
Che accessory 
Captures, in a way 
Bulgarian currency 
Brioni buy 
Bring to a near boil 
Biblical brother 
Bearded ruminant 
Be thorough and then some 
Bad looking? 
Bacon pieces 
Avoid procrastination 
Addict's problem, often 
Actor's major 
Perpetua' (Idaho motto) 
'This Is Us' network 
'Them's the breaks!' 
'The Gondoliers' maiden 
'Rocky III' co-star 
'I Can' rapper 
'Better man than I' of verse 
One who goes on to try to conquer the Universe? 
Translation material 
Unhand or disarm? 
What there often is for improvement 
Website used by a lot of artisans 
Was reckless, in a way 
Visiting only a short time 
Uses without sharing, in slang 
Tough nut to crack 
Took care of 
They're 'made by fools like me,' per Kilmer 
They may reduce sentences, for short 
Subterranean scurrier 
Still matter? 
Start, in a way 
Shared computer syst 
Rugby rival of Harvard 
Rollback events 
Really put one's foot down 
Prefix with village 
Played first 
Parades, with 'out' 
Oscar winner before 'Grand Hotel' 
One of 'the highest form of literature,' per Hitchcock 
Model material 
Maugham's title girl of Lambeth 
Like many offshore rescues 
Like fringe festival fare 
Lift one's spirits? 
Language akin to Yupik 
It operates Hamburger U 
It has a Marxist-Leninist ideology 
Interruption of service? 
Golfer nicknamed Long John 
Front-and-center section 
Free of shampoo, say 
Four-time N.B.A. scoring champion in the 2010s 
Equipment for a rock band 
End of a lap 
Directory listings: Abbr 
Design info 
Davis of film 
Daughter and half sister of Oedipus 
Court position 
Car payment? 
Breeze (along) 
Bêtes noires 
Aid in studying a culture 
A place antelope lope 
41-Across is a topic in it, briefly 
1974 National Book Award winner by Thomas Pynchon 
1955 R&B hit for Bo Diddley 
17-Across, to the self-titled 'Bo Diddley' 
'Huh ... never mind then' 
'Cleopatre' artist 
'And how!' 
"I cannot tell —" 
Elevator name 
Pollen-producing organ 
Colorado music festival town 
Seattle athlete 
Pear-shaped fruit 
It begins on Jan. 1 
Fully committed 
Transcending (Pref.) 
West of Hollywood 
List-ending abbr. 
Scouting outing 
Soup eater’s noise 
"Beg pardon?" 
Granola morsel 
Matty of baseball 
Big first for a baby 
Word on a bathroom door 
Admirer at a distance 
Characteristic carrier 
Death notice, briefly 
Hide out for a bit 
Thing to seek forgiveness for 
Flight data, briefly 
Destiny, to a Hindu 
Things discouraged in society 
Be acclaimed and then some 
Kitchen appliance 
Weeper of myth 
Performances for one 
Absorbed, as a cost 
Type of large bag 
La Brea hazard 
What all divers must do 
Rustic cross 
Material on a coarse board 
Hairdo one picks out? 
Way through the woods 
"Sir" alternative 
Evidence acceptable in court 
Kick the bucket 
Cigarette remains 
Mud dauber, e.g. 
Balcony section at the opera 
Arm of the sea 
Bale binder 
Auto’s four 
More cushiony 
Brat’s outbursts 
Hangman’s creation 
Type of kiss that involves noses 
1492 ship of note 
Don Draper, e.g. 
Burglar deterrent 
One way to go 
Courtroom addressee (with "your") 
"Snowy" bird 
and aahs 
Chad’s neighbor 
High dwelling 
.0000001 joule 
Accused’s need 
North, to Manhattanites 
Ballpoint, e.g. 
Brains or intelligence 
Farmer, at times 
Brother of Janet Jackson 
Like an active kite 
Baked, crusted entree 
Not rushed, to a conductor 
Happening, as "the game" 
Cleopatra’s Antony 
Young Darth’s nickname 
WWI hero portrayed by Gary Cooper 
World leader whose name shares its last four letters with a state 
When the French fry? 
Turning point? 
They may provide track details 
Terrible’s two 
Station that employed Lou Grant 
Some dadaist works 
So five minutes ago 
Signs of infrequent cleaning 
Shake, as a tail 
Running, with "on" 
Roundup group 
River through Umbria 
Presented an invention? 
Ovoid winds 
Org. with Colts and Cowboys 
Not much at all 
Nixon-Brezhnev missile pact 
Much of Botswana 
Medical suffix 
Mathematical approach to military strategy, say 
Mall Santa, probably 
Longtime Indiana senator Dick 
Line after Casca’s "Speak, hands, for me!" 
Like doormats 
Last pres. born in the 19th century 
Impressive lineup 
Incidental catches by South Pacific tuna fishermen 
Hall of Fame outfielder Richie of the ’40s-’50s Phillies 
Golfer with an "army" 
Focus of an EPA phasedown introduced in 1973 
Final crossing? 
Endodontic therapy 
Film Warren commissioned? 
Dr. for women 
Dig action 
Coventry coolers 
Corfu locale 
Compared with 
Cold-stricken 
Common computer manual step 
Chess luminary Kasparov 
Canada’s highest peak 
Browning field 
Break fillers 
Bond yield: Abbr. 
Automaker that introduced headlight wipers 
Barbecue seasoning 
17th-century Flemish painter 
"Teach __ number our days": Psalm 90 
"Finding Dory" studio 
"A Room With a View" author

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