Saturday, October 29, 2016

Crossword Puzzle Answers - 29/10/2016 - 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.

Inventor’s inspirations 
Inflation letters 
It may add feeling to a text 
Illusory display 
Jon Hamm won his first one for “Mad Men” 
Like a limited-option question 
Liquid measures (Abbr.) 
Have the nerve 
Major exam 
Golfer Isao 
Matter of debate 
Non-PC product 
Gardener’s test with a moisture meter? 
Not straight 
Old Testament sanctuary 
European country featured in “Eat Pray Love” 
Olympus competitor 
One way to go 
Deceptive operators 
One way to pack fish 
Do some smooching 
Second word of “The Raven” 
Pages with viewpoints 
Persian Gulf port 
Player nicknamed “The King of Clay” 
Cowl wearers 
Push for 
Qatari ruler 
Country with a Caspian coastline 
Coward who was knighted 
Real heels 
Slumbered loudly 
Confront aggressively 
Snoopy, notably 
Confirmation, e.g. 
Some have a nonstick surface 
Spanish rivers 
Confining structure 
Student working on an English essay? 
Sun Valley locale 
Chicago, for one 
They flock together 
Calm and peaceful 
Tips off 
Tool partner 
Bread often brushed with ghee 
Tuscany city 
What bacon will do in a skillet 
Ancestral group 
Will of “The Waltons” 
Work involving a jackhammer on a sidewalk? 
Adequate space 
Hopelessly Devoted to You musical 
That was the right choice 
25-cent tote bag? 
“That __ lie!” 
Seven Gothic Tales” author Dinesen 
In that case 
Part of a listing to the right 
Theorist on the ”Sgt. Pepper” cover 
2.0 (Bill Gates mansion) 
Work parodied by Duchamp 
With obstructive buildup 
What six bells can signify 
Swimming stroke descriptor 
Type of wind shield 
Start of multiple Colette titles 
Spaghetti western accessory 
Something stuffed for lunch 
Some unions 
Singer voicing Gazelle in ”Zootopia 
Showed excitement, maybe 
Sacred soloist 
Party to extremes 
Oceanic force 
Name on J’Adore boxes 
Not forthcoming 
Name meaning ”hairy” in Hebrew 
Mideast’s ”radiant city” 
Name meaning ”hairy” in Hebrew 
Mesmeric manipulator 
Menu section 
Member of the tuba family 
Marks as complete, maybe 
Manipulative interviews 
Liqueur/wine concoction 
Interpret as 
Homie address 
High Mass starter 
Guard initiation 
Great pride 
Goal of some seeders 
Givers of Friday sermons 
Formerly popular peripheral 
First prophet, to the Bahá’ 
Finishing touches 
End of some tour-de-force solos 
Disney brown bouncer 
Dirty blanket 
Diamond traders 
Coups in bowls 
Capoluogo della Sicilia 
Calcium-rich side 
Band aids 
Buster in numerous films 
Bizarre accumulation 
Auctioned for education, say 
Anyone living near North Pole 
An inspiration for PDQ Bach 
Amin’s ’70s headquarters 
2015’s fastest-growing music format 
The Economist” coinage of 2012 
My voice is not a bellows unto __”: Keats 
Use the kiddie pool 
Underground molten rock 
Words of confidence 
Merry Wives . . .” complaint 
Word before nose or candle 
When repeated, the Road Runner’s call 
Web-crawling software 
Used an obsolescent modem 
To this point 
Three-pointer, in hoops lingo 
Theme park company 
Take third place 
Take the plunge 
Take in or let out 
SVU part 
Stiller of “Meet the Fockers” 
Stack-selling chain 
Squad car, by another name 
Spain’s Costa del __ 
Skyline obscurer 
Sideshow worker, slangily 
School for princes 
Out of the way 
Sandwich shop order, maybe 
River of Aragon 
Raincoat, to a Brit 
Polo shirt brand 
Polecat’s defense 
Penultimate fairy tale word 
Partner of “improved” 
One-named Somali model 
One may shake hands on it 
One crossing the plate 
Negligible amount 
Muslim holy man 
Miller’s product 
Mexican president Enrique __ Nieto 
Master, in colonial India 
Letter after epsilon 
Lamb-and-pita sandwich 
Lacoste of tennis 
Kerouac’s “Big __” 
Home cooler of sorts 
Ham it up 
Grain used in some beers 
Give the slip to 
GI’s denial 
Exec’s “fast!” 
Deliverer of snail mail 
Cuba’s monetary unit 
Color of some ales 
Chagall of art 
Boxer Max or journalist Bugs 
Bitter discord 
Barbecue grill brand 
2012 presidential candidate Herman 
1-Across, when above ground 
“Sesame Street” basics 
“Rag Mop” singers the __ Brothers 
“Nothing but net” sound 
“Big Three” summit sale of 1945 
“__ Complicated” (Streep movie) 
Winemaking byproduct 
White sheets 
To some degree 
Ticket waster 
This is ___ 
They’re put in barrels 
The Jack ___ Show, 1959-85 
Symptoms of guilt 
Starter follower 
Start of a Spanish greeting 
Something played at 1980s parties 
Some prizes on “The Price Is Right” 
Smuggler’s hideaway 
Small carp 
Sitcom mom whose kids were named Becky, Darlene and D.J. 
Single-rotation skating jumps 
Show some leniency 
Second part of a historic trio 
Ruins the reputation of 
Protege of Stalin 
Pickup trucks from a foreign-owned company made and sold only in North America 
Niche religions 
Moon, in Montreuil 
Monetary resources 
Monarch’s reign, perhaps 
Metallic stickers 
Low lament 
Liqueur in a margarita 
Keeps a mock rivalry going, say 
Jugged ___ (old British delicacy) 
Jazzman Montgomery 
Is a quick learner? 
His house in Giverny is a now a museum 
Golly Gosh Oh ___ (Conway Twitty song) 
Goes no further 
Go down toward home? 
Funereal tempo 
Familiar story line 
Entertainment Weekly interviewee 
Eat fast, slangily 
Durable, as a wristwatch 
Dovekies, e.g. 
Dance with high kicks 
Compiler of an 1855 reference work 
Campus newbie 
Bready bunch? 
Australian monitor lizard 
Air spirit, in folklore 
Affirmed’s rival for the Triple Crown 
Add value to 
___ Parker, director and star of 2016’s “The Birth of a Nation” 
___ in Moscow (1959 children’s book) 
$100 purchase in Monopoly 
Wealthy kid of the comics 
Water damage problem 
Unclean place 
Two-time portrayer of King Henry II 
Two airports 
Two 1950s Hollywood sex symbols 
Two stars of the 1942 comedy 'The Talk of the Town' 
Two Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees 
Two Ritas 
Two brothers who founded a Fortune 500 company 
Two automobiles 
Turner on turntables 
Tree with aboveground roots 
Thin as ___ 
They may have it, in Congress 
Theater district 
Term of office 
Teaching deg 
Sounds familiar 
Sot's sound 
Site of the Shalimar Gardens 
Set free 
Senatorial attire 
Semi colon? 
Scope user 
Rumor purveyor 
Roman holidays 
Peppershrikes and greenlets 
Role for Damon 
Presidential staffer 
Pres.'s domain 
Potting soils, for example 
Polonius was killed behind one 
Played the siren 
Pilot producer 
Particle with a strangeness of +1 or -1 
Mmes. across the Pyrenees 
Pac-12 overseer 
Oscar Robertson's nickname 
Organizational rules 
Org. with a lot of strikes 
Olympic medalist Torres 
Ode title starter 
NY setting in winter 
Not multiple-choice 
Move like a penguin 
MLB defensive stat 
McDonald in makeup 
Maxim in England, e.g 
Magic city 
Loss signifier 
Loose overcoat 
Longtime Chicago Symphony maestro 
Lock changer? 
Like many a new car 
Light from land 
Kristen of 'Masterminds' 
KO go-between 
Keeps down 
Jefferson Starship and Bush 
Jazz singer who's a British dame 
Jay rival 
ISIS foe 
Hoops holders, at times 
High-topped hairstyle 
High point of a European trip 
Gets too large 
Future fly 
Frappuccino accessory 
First name in jazz 
Finish for ethyl or methyl 
Finish for auditor or consort 
Fewer than few 
Entomologist's specimen 
Emulated 63-Down 
Emulate the Mongols 
Downtown, e.g 
Draftable status 
Crest competitor 
'Leaving on ___ Plane' 
Composer Webern 
Coffee shop selection 
Club for country kids 
Clotho and her colleagues 
Christmas tree figure 
Check out, in a way 
Cape near Cod 
Business cycle description
Bound to get 
Betamax developer 
Berlin brewski 
Bag attachments 
Apple for Apple and target for Target 
Animal that might be mistaken for you 
Aircraft designer Clyde 
1920s blues song that was a 1966 hit for the Animals 
1917 newsmaker 
'Mork and Mindy' neologism 
'Impression, Sunrise' painter 
'Got it' 
Roman commoner 
Company makeup, largely 
Stumbling sounds 
Goes on to say 
One of the Ringling brothers 
Open-textured fabric 
Mazda sports car 
Get very close 
Weight machine feature 
Cutlass competitors 
Place to see Santa 
2012 Nintendo debut 
Musée de l’Orangerie collection 
Sight from the Oval Office 
2011 revolution locale 
Texas-based tech giant 
Chatted with, briefly 
They may be upset about being upset 
Quarterback’s asset 
Shot stopper 
Hotel dining room option 
Send to the cloud 
Put out in the open 
Prepare for a crossing, perhaps 
Penultimate Greek letters 
Couldn’t remain still 
Yoga command 
Home of A. Wyeth’s "Christina’s World" 
"Murder in the First" gp. 
Series of classes 
Ristorante herb 
Marked by uproar 
Roman commoner 
Hose holder 
Star, in verse 
Bowl sections 
Leavers of pheromone trails 
"Pretty much goes without saying" 
Nape covering 
In conflict with, with "of" 
Symbol that increases a musical note’s duration 
Something on a disk 
What adults with youthful faces often get 
Like most ears 
Snowman in "Frozen" 
Closes a hole, say 
1996 gold medalist in men’s singles 
Picture appropriate for Valentine’s Day 
Chipped in from off the green, perhaps 
Lie quietly? 
Dead to the world 
1990 World Series champs 
Affirm positively 
Dirt for a garden 
Increasing a store’s merchandise 
Bit of buckshot 
Crumbs leftover from dinner 
One of the major networks 
Tidal bore 
Becoming allies 
Pago Pago’s place 
Like bone-dry land 
Place for a pig 
Chimney parts 
Cut at an angle 
Relaxing health facility 
One putting people in their places 
Gofers and such 
Getting hyped for the weekend 
Shoe parts 
Debris at the base of a mountain 
With the ability 
"Be it___so humble …" 
Part of any profit calculation 
Seven, on a grandfather clock 
Definitely not later 
Santa ___, California 
Bombard, as with water balloons 
Prime-time hour 
Church part 
Alternative to .net 
Some woodland deities 
Like stadium rows 
Creative painter, e.g. 
Christmas mo. 
Parts of a healthy diet 
Boxers and retrievers 
Communicate silently 
Charon and others 
Cathedral city of England 
Burning result 
Guinea pigs and hamsters, often 
Analyst’s chemical 
In a Mideast headdress 
Suffix cousin of "trix" 
Comfort verbally 
Formally surrender 
Something snakes do 
Not wholesale 
Easter basket item 
Delivery vehicle 
Lake seen from Toledo 
Like half-melted snow 
Player of a double reed instrument 
It has points in the desert 
___ Parker, director and star of 2016's 'The Birth of a Nation'
Winemaking byproduct
White sheets
To some degree
Ticket waster
They're put in barrels
Symptoms of guilt
Starter follower
Start of a Spanish greeting
Something played at 1980s parties
Some prizes on 'The Price Is Right'
Smuggler's hideaway
Small carp
Sitcom mom whose kids were named Becky, Darlene and D.J
Single-rotation skating jumps
Show some leniency
Second part of a historic trio
Ruins the reputation of
Protégé of Stalin
Pitch, e.g
Pickup trucks from a foreign-owned company made and sold only in North America
Not staged
Niche religions
Niche religions
Moon, in Montreuil
Monetary resources
Monarch's reign, perhaps
Metallic stickers
Low lament
Liqueur in a margarita
Land line?
Keeps a mock rivalry going, say
Jugged ___ (old British delicacy)
Jazzman Montgomery
Is a quick learner?
Imitation
Hit hard
His house in Giverny is a now a museum
Goes no further
Go down toward home?
Funereal tempo
Ford contemporary
Familiar story line
Entertainment Weekly interviewee
Eat fast, slangily
Durable, as a wristwatch
Dresses down
Dovekies, e.g
Discombobulated
Dance with high kicks
Covers
Cool ___
Compiler of an 1855 reference work
Campus newbie
Bready bunch?
Australian monitor lizard
Air spirit, in folklore
Affirmed's rival for the Triple Crown
Add value to
'___ in Moscow' (1959 children's book)
'This is ___'
'The Jack ___ Show,' 1959-85
'Golly Gosh Oh ___' (Conway Twitty song)
$100 purchase in Monopoly

__ citizenship
Yoga command
Wobble
What adults with youthful faces often get
Weight machine feature
Volunteered
Urgent call
They may be upset about being upset
Texas-based tech giant
Tests
Symbol that increases a musical note's duration
Stumbling sounds
Star, in verse
Something on a disk
Snowman in 'Frozen'
Sight from the Oval Office
Shot stopper
Series of classes
Send to the cloud
Sage
Roman commoner
Ristorante herb
Quarterback's asset
Put out in the open
Put forward
Prepare for a crossing, perhaps
Posts
Place to see Santa
Picture appropriate for Valentine's Day
Penultimate Greek letters
Open-textured fabric
One of the Ringling brothers
Nursery purchase
Net
Nape covering
Musée de l'Orangerie collection
Mazda sports car
Marx work
Marked by uproar
Like most ears
Lie quietly?
Leavers of pheromone trails
In conflict with, with 'of'
Hungers
Hotel dining room option
Hose holder
Home of A. Wyeth's 'Christina's World'
Goes on to say
Get very close
Future, e.g
Drives
Cutlass competitors
Couldn't remain still
Conform to
Company makeup, largely
Closes a hole, say
Chipped in from off the green, perhaps
Childish rebuttal
Chatted with, briefly
Certain explorer
Bowl sections
Blacks out
Banned pesticide
2012 Nintendo debut
2011 revolution locale
1996 gold medalist in men's singles
'You can trust me'
'Pretty much goes without saying'
'Murder in the First' gp

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