Saturday, November 12, 2016

Crossword Puzzle Answers - 12/11/2016 - 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.

Zika-tracking org 
Working again, and a hint to the hidden companies in this puzzle 
Windmill component 
Where the Bundestag meets 
Warehouse concern of a video game giant 
Time's 2007 Person of the Year 
Vardalos of 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' 
Trip odometer button 
Totally shellacked 
They're numbered in NYC 
They're noisy at night 
There are lots of these 
The Onion forte 
Temper tantrums 
Tante : Paris :: ___: Madrid 
Studied nefariously 
Taiwanese computer brand 
Stone and Stallone 
Sports fan's getaway sponsored by a retail giant 
Source of chutzpah 
Semicircular shape 
Second of a Latin trio 
Scathing insult 
Put the kibosh on 
Pull-down target 
Publicly condemn 
Produce provider covered by an insurance giant 
Prime meridian std 
Pres. from Texas 
Prefix with atomic or athlete 
Popular tablet 
Pinch in the kitchen 
Perjury committed by an electric auto giant 
Performs as a guest 
Penelope's peripatetic husband 
Pandora selections 
Page on screen 
Org. with many schedules 
Orange vegetable 
Novelist Allende 
No longer together 
Most sunburn-prone 
Morale-boosting gp 
Miss World accessory 
Louisville slugger 
Lose intentionally 
Locations for surfers 
Location of many blocks 
Like the knowledgeable staff of a computer giant 
Like some JFK flights 
Killer in 'Antony and Cleopatra' 
Like some hard rolls 
Like movies on HBO 
Leonardo's 'J. Edgar' director 
Its highest point is Cerro Chirripo 
Iron pigment 
Introverted folks 
Four-time All-Star Jose 
Fleming of fiction 
First king of Israel 
Federal budget bloater 
Face on a fiver 
Einstein Bros. offerings 
Driver, for one 
Director Wertmuller 
Didn't just pass 
Damon of 'The Martian' 
Court figures 
Country music's Steve 
Cornet feature 
Came to a crescendo 
Cold discomfort at an electronics and entertainment giant 
Chapel figure 
Census starter 
Capital with ferry service to Copenhagen 
Call from a kid 
Brother of Artemis 
Blueprint info 
Big name in little suits 
Better qualified 
Beatles girl who 'made a fool of everyone' 
Austrian's exclamation 
Arthur with Emmys 
Arkansas governor Hutchinson 
Alarmed utterance 
Aids in a scam 
'You may now relax!' 
'Twilight' heroine 
'The Fifth Element' director Besson 
'Tapestry' singer whose endorsement is sought by a footwear giant 
'Night' writer Wiesel 
'Hell ___ no fury...' 
'Evil Woman' band 
Speak sharply to 
Word before tank or booth 
Touch-___ (precarious) 
Take to the tub 
Take on fuel, in a routine suggested by the first words of 20-, 34-, 41-, and 55-Across 
Source of some bun seeds 
Snake along the Nile 
Snail mail need, often 
Sixties hallucinogen 
Sigourney Weaver sci-fi film of 1979 
Sign of a good restaurant? 
Siege site for Santa Anna 
Seat of Bolivia's government 
Sauce in a wok 
Rock concert fixture 
Ready for surgery, briefly 
Principal church area 
Preliminary model 
Prefix with inform or fire 
Plotting band 
Place with moats and lions, but no castle 
Pertaining to 
Pack down tightly 
Overdone, as toast 
On the way out? 
New Haven song finish 
Muhammad Ali's boxing daughter 
Mop & ___ (floor cleaner) 
Fourth-down play, at times 
Mark over an 'n' in Spanish 
Monty Python's infamous canned meat 
Meaningless guarantee 
Major cause of inflation? 
Listen carefully 
Like some shotguns 
Judge's domain 
It's no picnic 
Illegal wrestling hold 
Hayloft cubes 
Guy's counterpart to a purse 
Fertility clinic donations 
Extended vowel sound, as in 'cute' 
Entr'___ (theater break) 
El ___, Texas 
Cruise ship's stop 
Bireme blade 
Bassoon relative 
At the apex 
At risk of capsizing 
Art class cover-up 
Aladdin's treasure 
2002 Hugh Grant film 
'You stink!' 
Come to My Window' singer Etheridge 
'Beauty and the Beast' heroine 
Opposite of ''vulgaris'' 
Was slammed 
Word from the Latin for ''crush'' 
With 11 Across, aids in identifying mutants 
Where Hamilton premiered? 
Whence the Wizard of Oz ''lifted'' his balloon 
What Walt Disney World has over 27,000 of 
What a hollowed-out tree might be 
Wasn't out of it 
Was a valedictorian, e.g 
Traveler's breaking point 
Tourist magnet near the Pantheon 
Three-sided weapon 
Tech higher-up 
Target of many a daily paper 
Subject of the bio ''Good Grief'' 
Stops slowly, with ''out'' 
State while on a tear 
Star starter 
Smoothie King flavor 
Shark cousin 
Seven-nation chain 
See 39 Across 
Second Oscar/Emmy/Tony/Grammy actress after Helen 
Rosencrantz or Guildenstern 
Returns for not much work 
Quasimodo portrayer in 1923 
Opposite of ''vulgaris'' 
Nation south of Martinique 
Hold true 
Not distracted 
Needle work of a sort 
Near-Earth asteroid in the Amor group 
Nation south of Martinique 
Nails or bags 
Moderate in thought 
Like hot outfits 
Light music source 
Less than frank 
Legal retribution attempt 
Last of the Julio-Claudian dynasty 
Kris Jenner son-in-law 
Group in a TLC franchise 
Find impossible to take 
Far from easygoing 
European capital, 1949-1990 
Ending for 23 Down 
City Hall henchman 
Chicago colossus once owned by the Kennedys 
Changes the subject, maybe 
Caregivers' charges 
Burgundian variety 
buckminsterfuller finisher 
Blowout words 
Bit of some comet tails 
Bit of a zipper 
''Cake Boss'' competitor, often 
Grazer on Michigan’s flag 
It’s tapped in impatience 
Hair-raising stuff? 
Proposal foe 
Engages in palm-greasing
Offer no resistance 
Samuel of the Supreme Court 
Jedi’s furry ally 
Names on Billboard charts 
Lawn-Boy acquirer 
Not stressed 
Flight attendant’s workspace 
See 10-Across 
On the subject of 
Defeated a la Usain Bolt 
Brewmaster Coors 
"That’s the proof," in math 
Book copier of old 
Praise to the hilt 
Like an unswept hearth 
Rickman who played Snape 
Mythical man-goats 
Feels contempt for 
Car salesman’s milieu 
Great burden 
Cambridge student, informally 
Stake on a table 
Treater of Poms and Pekes 
Mustachioed clerk on "The Simpsons" post 
Anatomical feature referenced in four prior clues 
Females in flocks 
Handyman’s belt item 
Fix, as a loose lace 
Travel like a drifter 
Beverage container with a label on its 66-Across 
Curly tailed canine 
Hockey or basketball statistic 
The Diamondbacks, on scoreboards 
Frilly shirt, typically with a laced-up 66-Across 
Carpet cutters’ calculations 
Pooh’s feathered friend 
No longer hung up on 
"I’m off, old chap!" 
Suffix with Manhattan or meteor 
Generation divider 
Stringed instrument with a scrolled 66-Across 
Acts the Good Samaritan 
Counselors’ org. 
Retail chain J.C. ___ 
Freeway ramps 
Vegetable with a cylindrical 66-Across 
"It pains me to say . . ." 
Easily tipped watercraft 
Begin the bidding 
With 28-Down, legume for Hannibal Lecter 
Call onto the carpet 
Morning brew, slangily 
___ lion 
Marine ___ (presidential helicopter) 
Riled (up) 
Ring sport 
Director of the first film to win all five top Oscars (Best Picture, Director, Actor, Actress and Screenplay) 
Code part 
Not even 
One getting tipped at a fancy supper club? 
Front desk collection 
Back space? 
Newport rival 
Rap's Flo ___ 
Knocked silly 
Security Council vote 
Grant and Adams 
Aussie critters 
Protected, in a way 
Stable environment? 
Sea spirits 
Precept about idol worship 
Dub ... or rub 
Has a brush with the law 
Some DVRs 
Comparable to a strawberry 
Application ending 
Something to take for a break 
___ car (British station wagon) 
Prefix with -tonic 
Traditional White House visitors 
Start to fight 
"Just wondering" 
Literary terror 
"Dirty snowballs," to some astronomers 
Acting willfully? 
Comment upon hearing good news 
Emergency contact info 
Moscow Olympics boycotter 
6'11" Kanter of the N.B.A. 
The first thing to try (and hope for the best) 
Old city in Kyrgyzstan 
Moved quickly aside 
"The art of making a point without making an enemy" 
Eponymous scent 
Sinatra/Bennett duet on the 1993 album "Duets" 
America East Conference town 
It's for starters 
Possible recipient of hand-me-downs 
Overnight letter? 
"That's tough" 
It's west of the Indian O. 
___ Miller, "Ah, Wilderness!" woman 
Deal breaker? 
Liverpool-to-Leeds dir 
Common database system program 
Part of a blue book? 
Works in a conservatory? 
Lachrymatory agent 
End of a match, in rugby

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