Thursday, November 17, 2016

Crossword Puzzle Answers - 18/11/2016 - 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.

One way to sway 
Sentence component 
Ancient character 
Word suggesting options 
One of a tenor’s repertoire 
Therapeutic resorts 
Wordless opinion 
With 50-Across, flier’s option 
Abbr. in some Canadian place names 
Tuition add-on 
Ecuadoran gold region 
How many learn 
NW Penn. airport 
Versatility list 
Most liked, casually 
When repeated, mutually advantageous 
Former "Access Hollywood" anchor Nancy 
Brawl in the sticks 
Good-sized combo 
First name in childcare writing 
stirpes: estate law term 
Te-__: cigar brand 
Europe-bound, perhaps 
Common nocturnal disturbance 
Yosemite’s El Capitan, e.g. 
Spider’s web, e.g. 
McCain’s alma mater: Abbr. 
Pivot around 
Mexican Academy of Film award 
Wines named for an Iberian city 
End of the quip 
Swiss waterway 
Hook for landing large fish 
Quip, part 3 
Privileged groups 
Browser’s find 
Pranks, in a way, informally 
Quip, part 2
Durango day 
Rotation meas. 
Wavy lines, in comics 
"Chicago P.D." detective Lindsay 
Dough shortage consequence 
Stuff in a sack 
Start of a quip 
1899 gold rush town 
Tuscan waterway 
It’s nothing to Noelle 
Did one part of a typical triathlon 
Adjust to circumstances 
1860s soldier, informally 
"Home Alone" boy 
"He’s ___ nowhere man …" 
What conceited Bob’s street is made of? 
Lampoon cousin 
"Ad" add-on 
Lacking a musical key 
Sermon on the Mount locale 
Mirror reflections 
Declines in the center 
Squealer, in slang 
Cross-shaped Greek character 
Wallflower’s quality 
Every single bit 
Sports official, briefly 
Like any NBA center 
Nice thing on a hot day 
AWOL student 
Like a hard-hitting crime drama 
"Come on down!" announcer Johnny 
Gourmet dinner division 
Simple storage container 
Clothing protector 
What conceited Bob took his sled on? 
Written tribute, of sorts 
Liqueur flavor 
Hard shot in tennis 
Vessel detector 
Differ ending 
Seeds in a lab 
It helps one drift over a white blanket 
Support in criminality 
Old-school "Will you look at that!" 
TV’s comical Gomer 
Nitrous ___ (laughing gas) 
It stays lit all summer 
Polite word before "I" 
Like a circus performer who gets high? 
Bigger than big 
Big part of a computer keyboard 
Colored warning flare 
Tsunami relative 
Turns right on horseback 
What conceited Bob is gainfully employed with? 
Bit of a merry refrain 
Perfume obtained from petals 
Taylor of old Hollywood 
Legendary comedian Jack 
Green Day’s "American ___" 
What conceited Bob orders at a seafood place? 
Farmer’s field unit 
Supplies with personnel 
Given new life, spiritually 
Far from gregarious 
Yoko of music 
Used a chair 

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1860s soldier, informally
'Home Alone' boy
'He's ___ nowhere man …'
Ruckus
What conceited Bob's street is made of?
'Ad' add-on
Lacking a musical key
Common daisy
Sermon on the Mount locale
Crushed pulp
Lampoon cousin
Mirror reflections
Declines in the center
Whimpers
Squealer, in slang
Cross-shaped Greek character
Wallflower's quality
Every single bit
Sports official, briefly
Check casher
Like any NBA center
Nice thing on a hot day
AWOL student
Like a hard-hitting crime drama
Originally
'Come on down!' announcer Johnny
Gourmet dinner division
Simple storage container
What conceited Bob took his sled on?
Written tribute, of sorts
Very virile
Liqueur flavor
Clothing protector
Hard shot in tennis
Vessel detector
Differ ending
Tiny bite
Seeds in a lab
Rich rock?
It helps one drift over a white blanket
Support in criminality
Old-school 'Will you look at that!'
Nitrous ___ (laughing gas)
Bear type
It stays lit all summer
Balanced mentally
Polite word before 'I'
Like a circus performer who gets high?
Bigger than big
Big part of a computer keyboard
Colored warning flare
Tsunami relative
TV's comical Gomer
Some breads
Afflictions
Turns right on horseback
What conceited Bob is gainfully employed with?
Bit of a merry refrain
Perfume obtained from petals
Taylor of old Hollywood
Heavy blow
Legendary comedian Jack
Green Day's 'American ___'
What conceited Bob orders at a seafood place?
Feted ones
Moo ___ pork
Farmer's field unit
Supplies with personnel
Brainy
Given new life, spiritually
Far from gregarious
Pen point
Yoko of music 
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German gripe
Yakking
Sentence component
Ancient character
Word suggesting options
One of a tenor's repertoire
Ambivalent
Therapeutic resorts
With 50-Across, flier's option
LDS part
Abbr. in some Canadian place names
Tuition add-on
Cheers
Ecuadoran gold region
NW Penn. airport
Close
Eye opener?
Versatility list
Most liked, casually
When repeated, mutually advantageous
Former 'Access Hollywood' anchor Nancy
Brawl in the sticks
Rages
High hat
How many learn
First name in childcare writing
Good-sized combo
__ stirpes: estate law term
Te-__: cigar brand
Wordless opinion
Common nocturnal disturbance
'Hey, you!'
Athletic contest
Europe-bound, perhaps
Affection
Scrape
Yosemite's El Capitan, e.g.
Once more
Legal paper
Asian garment
Jury member
Spider's web, e.g.
Casino device
McCain's alma mater: Abbr.
Mexican Academy of Film award
Plot measure
Pivot around
Wines named for an Iberian city
Hook for landing large fish
End of the quip
Swiss waterway
See 52-Down
Wrapped up
Quip, part 4
Privileged groups
Browser's find
Pranks, in a way, informally
Quip, part 3
Rotation meas.
Durango day
Speaks
Quip, part 2
'Chicago P.D.' detective Lindsay
Dough shortage consequence
Stuff in a sack
Start of a quip
Wavy lines, in comics
Pines, e.g.
It's nothing to Noelle
1899 gold rush town
Smoothes
Tuscan waterway
Camera output
Overwhelm
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