Friday, December 2, 2016

Crossword Puzzle Answers - 03/12/2016 - 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.

Pedometer activators 
Poet Edgar Allan 
Control ___ (obsessive one) 
Caterer’s coffee dispenser 
"Ben-Hur" and "High Noon," for two 
Not guilty, often 
New pet owner, often 
"Got it," to a sailor 
Sky blue shades 
Woodworking angle 
Detrimental or awful 
Times to remember 
Diminutive, in rural stereotypes 
Layer of a tissue 
Brief times of relaxation 
Jazzy woodwind, briefly 
Compensation for injuries sustained 
Office PC-to-PC acronym 
Be the person at the helm 
A theater district 
Dump frequenter 
Underground workers 
Nice Monopoly holding 
"Hail, old Roman!" 
Xerox copy, informally 
First word to a new knight, perhaps 
When doubled, a prop for a cheerleader 
Joyce’s Leopold 
Bro’s female relative 
Attention-getting whisper 
State of anger 
Student-focused org. 
Item of hand luggage 
Does a dairy duty 
Early South American 
Gun, Indy-style 
Many car contracts 
It’s the core of cores 
Pupil-washing aid 
Item of hand luggage 
Unhappy in love 
Finally be something 
Collars, as a perp 
Make lighter or brighter (var.) 
Eyelid malady 
"Nearer My ___ to Thee" 
Land formations with flat tops 
Hand-waver’s scream 
Bit of a whirl 
Go over again with a needle 
Composition or literary work 
Degree candidate’s challenge 
Seeds, scientifically 
Vintner’s barrel 
Wool cloth for overcoats 
Cause strain to 
Angora’s fleece 
Slowly, to a conductor 
Musburger calling games 
There’s something fishy about it 
Thief on the water 
Mount where Noah found land 
Purebred evidence 
"Big four" record company 
Language that gave us "plaid" 
Flare producer 
Superior, vis-à-vis Michigan 
They involve insult comedy 
Quality control process with an alphanumeric symbol 
One way to connect nowadays 
First name in architecture 
"Nos __": 2000s French-Canadian drama set in a summer home 
Pringles alternative 
Fiction’s Lord Greystoke 
Player of Kent 
Sincere sign-off 
Katy of "High Noon" 
Recess rejoinder 
Sci-fi staples 
Initial encounter in a romcom 
"Bullets Over Broadway" Oscar winner 
Former Nissan SUV 
"Star Trek: Voyager" actress 
Driving instructor’s reminder 
Event associated with warm climates and big midday meals 
Shady Records co-founder 
Boxer Rebellion setting 
Different exercises performed consecutively 
King Ahab’s father 
Sweet sign-off 
2008 Best New Artist Grammy winner 
U.N. ambassador appointed by JFK 
Texter’s appreciation 
Completely overhauled 
Last Supper query 
Mickey Rooney septet 
Disdained with “at” 
Capital of Kazakhstan 
Archaeologist at times 
16th-century rulers 
Where Martin Scorsese taught Oliver Stone: Abbr. 
Door opener? 
Serial sequence 
Major clothing chain 
Norwegian king during the Cold War 
Tach readings 
“Right you are!” 
“Women and Love” author Shere 
Unspecific threat 
Tufted tweeter 
Free speech inhibitor? 
Word heard re wet forecasts 
Where blowouts are bought 
What some stadiums are called 
Wellness grp 
Unique beginning 
Undergo a snack attack 
Tropical Storm Bonnie, e.g 
Top crew 
They’re found in regattas 
Text source for the end of Beethoven’s Ninth 
Text of gratitude 
Sub officer 
Special attention, for short 
Swimmers with spearlike snouts 
Suffix for some creeds 
Specialized discipline 
Something to take shopping 
Pin something on 
School lunch staple 
Sandy hue 
Patron saint of Catholic schools 
Painter in Haarlem 
Org. offering Top Baby Names lists 
On the horizon 
Northwest Italian city 
Ne plus ultra 
Natives met by Lewis & Clark 
Name on Silicon Valley maps 
MRI regulator 
MLB stat trio 
Merest hint 
Mass quantities: Abbr 
Many cabs 
Logician’s conclusion 
Lays out 
Its quarter honors Helen Keller 
Hub of Bolivia 
Hispanic bro code 
Listen in on, in a way 
Hamburger guy 
GPS grid 
Guitar clamp 
Baseball card tidbit 
Go ahead of 
Plow-pulling pair 
Get in the game 
Fortune-teller’s title, often: Abbr 
Entered rapidly 
1958 Leslie Caron title role 
Declines as enthusiasm 
Close contest 
Court with a number 
Cubicle item 
Comptrollers, often: Abbr 
Comics pet sound 
Choir member’s wear 
"___ la Douce" 
City near Tesla’s battery factory 
Caribbean music 
Sitter’s headache 
Candy Crush __ (puzzle app) 
”Get someone else” 
Campus getting a Stephen King Chair 
Boccaccio’s love 
Oliver Twist’s request 
Bit of headway 
Attorney General before Loretta 
"Twilight" heroine Swan 
”The Classic Game of India” 
”Of all the luck!” 
Like a neglected lawn 
”Hollywood’s Biggest Night” presentations 
KP tool 
Showtime crime series, 2006-13 
___ nibs (self-important sort) 
Long-winded speech 
Fight off 
Elite invitees 
"Atlas Shrugged" author 
Gambler’s loss, figuratively 
Tongue or tail motion 
Ran on TV 
Texas headquarters of Frito-Lay 
Shoe that clops 
Dorothy Gale’s state 
Puck target 
Works of Sappho 
Niagara Falls phenomenon 
Shakespearean stage direction 
___ Doone cookies 
Pickler’s herb 
Line to Tel Aviv 
On the fritz 
Shows derision 
Mathematician Descartes 
Jet-setters’ jets once 
Subway buy 
Medical advice often 
Deposed Iranian leader 
Big name in newspaper publishing 
Rock band featuring knickers-clad Angus Young 
How tuna may be packed 
Make leg warmers 
Long in the tooth 
"Come Back Little Sheba" playwright 
Sign of sorrow 
Pay for political favors 
North Pole explorer Robert 
Sign on for another tour 
To be in Paree 
Dreamcast company 
Pago Pago’s place 
Cold dessert 
Hard or soft bakery buy 
Fit to serve 
Stereo knob 
Packing a piece 
It may be high in the afternoon 
C.S. Lewis land 
Move with stealth 
"Honor Thy Father" author Gay 
Puggles and cockapoos 
Rich bakery buy 
Stamp of approval? 
Suffix with Arab or Roman 
Lace tip 
Worker or drone 
Mutton source 
Breakfast cereal 
Mortar mate 
White vestment 
Trifecta or superfecta 
Pierce player on "M*A*S*H" 
Billing abbr. 
Barber played by Depp 
Showed up 
Have because of 
Track specialist 
Reacts to yeast 
Gulp from a flask 
Auction action 
Rain delay rollout 
Rubik who invented a colorful cube 
Ivan and Nicholas 
Baseball’s Durocher 
McCarthy’s dummy pal 
The ___ Four 
Number of one-syllable U.S. state names 
Kind of motive 
Negotiators’ weapons 
Waterproof cover 
It comes to mind 
Garage sale warning 
Many a homecoming attendee 
Mongol leaders 
North Dakota to Pierre 
Elder or alder 
Mark Twain, for one 
Space invaders for short 
"___ She Sweet?" 
Home of the brave 
Mr., in India 
"I’m going to invest money in a new business" e.g. 
BP merger partner 
Reproduces like sardines 
Seafood dish 
"Who’s in charge here?" e.g. 
Toward the stern 
Song from the Beatles’ "White Album" 
Headed up 
Pull an inside straight say 
"I make a lot of money" e.g. 
"That heavenly coffee" 
Bowling alley button 
Gem for many Libras 
Have the nerve 
Quicklime or rust, chemically 
Left Coast state, informally 
Cereal in party mix 
Sour ball flavor 
Program listing, for short 
Big Apple tennis stadium 
Like some inspections 
Verb that can combine with its past tense 
Dallas-to-Houston dir. 
Cracker Jack come-on 
Veiled promise? 
Article of personal property 
Picture frame? 
"M*A*S*H" co-star 
Lasting impression 
Southern California’s ___ Point 
First name in foundations 
Dinosaur in Pixar’s "The Good Dinosaur" 
Pha�thon’s father, in myth 
Sat in a dugout? 
Montessori and Sharapova 
"Annie Hall" or "Notting Hill" 
Emulate a popinjay 
Paul of "There Will Be Blood" 
"Odyssey" peak 
Hairstyle that’s very big 
Monkey with a repetitive name 
Card initials 
Female in the woods 
Athletic wear named for an anagram of what it does 
Universal Studios, formerly 
It comes with a dish 
Suffix with lip- 
One may open an issue 
Downloaded, say 
Pakistan’s ___ Khan University 
Ceremonial basin 
Dictionary’s end 
Oz. sextet 
Syllables in a children’s refrain 
What a needle may indicate: Abbr. 
"You ___ worry" 
When Banquo dies in "Macbeth" 
Xerox setting: Abbr. 
"Dr. Strangelove" or "Borat" 
Claims, with "on" 
Arm-twists 
"The best or nothing" sloganeer, informally 
It borders Hudson Bay: Abbr. 
Front ends? 
"Her name is ___ and she dances on the sand" (1983 pop lyric) 
Scottish "John" 
Grumpy state 
Decade when ZIP codes were introduced 
Genteel establishment 
Reward for acting well? 
Something an athlete puts on 
"If things don’t change …" 
Only creature besides humans to farm other creatures 
Heraldic wreath 
"Can you break ___?" 
Some hospital readings 
Rolls with the punches 
Not as much 
Romantic sign-off 
Expert at spinning 
Cannon in movies 
Riotous comedies 
Clayton Kershaw’s pride 
What are you looking at? 
The Storting convenes there 
Supporting answer 
Bikini and the like 
Continuation of the chain (6) 
Do as the litigious do 
Org. that gives the James E. Sullivan Award 
"You have been in Afghanistan I perceive" addressee 
Give permission to 
Continuation of the chain (7) | Continuation of the chain (6) 
Boxer’s warning 
"Happy Motoring!" brand 
Start of the chain (5) 
Keystone Studios character 
Resort north of Milan 
Los Angeles’s Rancho ___ 
Great American Ball Park player 
Help desk staffer 
Substance from 8-Across 
Wilson or Coolidge 
Stubbs of the Four Tops 
Class in which students saw things 
Mail carriers at Hogwarts 
A fugitive may be on it 
Mixed numbers? 
Hardly natural-sounding 
Do some diner work 
Kon-Tiki makeup 
Muay Thai weapons 
Mail carrier’s beat 
Dark antelope 
Melvyn’s "Ninotchka" co-star 
Inexperienced with 
Hangman segment 
The Yellow Sea is west of it 
Archaeologist’s find 
Streamlined in brand names 
The Hoyas’ conference 
Seaplane part 
The Arabian Sea is south of it 
Into the night 
Kathy Gifford’s middle name

Icy temp
Poet Edgar Allan
Debate topic
Control ___ (obsessive one)
Caterer's coffee dispenser
'Ben-Hur' and 'High Noon,' for two
Not guilty, often
Make bootees
New pet owner, often
'Got it,' to a sailor
Little rascals
Sky blue shades
Woodworking angle
Detrimental or awful
Diminutive, in rural stereotypes
Obliquely
Layer of a tissue
Brief times of relaxation
Jazzy woodwind, briefly
Compensation for injuries sustained
Office PC-to-PC acronym
Sea in France?
Be the person at the helm
A theater district
Director Preminger
Dump frequenter
Prevent 
Underground workers
Times to remember
Nice Monopoly holding
'Hail, old Roman!'
Xerox copy, informally
First word to a new knight, perhaps
When doubled, a prop for a cheerleader
Joyce's Leopold
Proud guys?
Bro's female relative
State of anger
Attention-getting whisper
Mini revelation?
Student-focused org.
Does a dairy duty
Early South American
Gun, Indy-style
Many car contracts
Pupil-washing aid
Item of hand luggage
Unhappy in love
Finally be something
Foe of 47-Down
Collars, as a perp
Make lighter or brighter (var.)
Eyelid malady
'Nearer My ___ to Thee'
Between
Land formations with flat tops
Hand-waver's scream
Bit of a whirl
Go over again with a needle
Degree candidate's challenge
Seeds, scientifically
Vintner's barrel
Wool cloth for overcoats
Cause strain to
Kneecaps
Angora's fleece
It's the core of cores
Composition or literary work
Slowly, to a conductor
Musburger calling games
There's something fishy about it
Seeks information
Thief on the water
Mount where Noah found land
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Flare producer
Tom Joad, e.g.
Language that gave us 'plaid'
Vault
Wield
Metaphors, e.g.
Superior, vis-à-vis Michigan
Stomach
They involve insult comedy
Allots
Quality control process with an alphanumeric symbol
One way to connect nowadays
Total assets?
'Nos __': 2000s French-Canadian drama set in a summer home
Hybrid cuisine
First name in architecture
Stand for 45-Down
Ill-conceived
Pringles alternative
Fiction's Lord Greystoke
Flaunt
Player of Kent
Sincere sign-off
Katy of 'High Noon'
Stir up
Recess rejoinder
Sci-fi staples
'Bullets Over Broadway' Oscar winner
Hinders
Former Nissan SUV
Frat letters
Fit
Initial encounter in a romcom
'Star Trek: Voyager' actress
Driving instructor's reminder
Event associated with warm climates and big midday meals
Snakes
Shady Records co-founder
Cherish
Boxer Rebellion setting
Different exercises performed consecutively
King Ahab's father
Sweet sign-off
2008 Best New Artist Grammy winner
U.N. ambassador appointed by JFK
Harsh
I, perhaps
Texter's appreciation
Revival figs.
Completely overhauled
Last Supper query
Blue on screen
Mickey Rooney septet
Disdained, with 'at'
Capital of Kazakhstan
Archaeologist, at times
16th-century rulers
Rhein tributary
Where Martin Scorsese taught Oliver Stone: Abbr.
Door opener?
Attributes
Serial sequence
Norwegian king during the Cold War
Tach readings
'Women and Love' author Shere
'Right you are!'
Unspecific threat
Tufted tweeter
Morsel
Free speech inhibitor?
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Sharp turn
Billboards
Lummox
Barrett or Jaffe
Hardens
Architect Mies van der —
Pismires
Dieter-friendly
Throb
A sibling
Sheep's cry
— out a living
Actress Saldana
Vain ones' voyages
'A Christmas Carol' name
Existed
Lawyers' org.
Rowing need
Lass
Tot tenders
Texter's 'Wow!'
Novelist Seton
Catcher's aid
Herding pooch
Packed away
Imam's faith
Mardi Gras wear
Instant photo
Italian article
Formal decrees
'This — sudden!'
Rabbit's title
Dieter's lunch
Suit fabrics
Baby grands, e.g.
Believer in God
'Brrr!'
Hose part
Sea predator
Cold War initials
Exist
Thames town
Snooze
'My word!'
Couturier Christian
Cruising
Bucolic waterway
Wood-shaping tool
Top-notch
Shock partner
Swab the deck
Taj Mahal city
JFK info
'Diana' singer
Cavern, poetically
Like some winter roads
Mexican liquor
Equally slender
'Twelfth Night' duke
Noxious atmosphere
Raise a price at auction

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