Sunday, December 18, 2016

Crossword Puzzle Answers - 19/12/2016 - 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.

Like the settlers of Iceland 
Past or present 
Match, as a bet 
Mincemeat ___ (Christmas staple) 
R.N.’s special touch 
Santa player in "Miracle on 34th Street" 
"Yeah, why not!" 
Big school dance 
Santa player in "The Santa Clause" 
Resident of Muscat 
Moves like water around a drain 
Environmentalist’s prefix 
Boston ___ Party 
Santa player in "Elf" 
Bread box, for short? 
Cheerleader’s cry 
Joe of "GoodFellas" 
"In that case …" 
Magnetite and bauxite 
Santa player in "The Polar Express" 
S.E.C. school near Atlanta, for short 
Cousin ___ (Addams Family member) 
Santa player in "The Man in the Santa Claus Suit" 
Something sent to Santa 
Nutmeg, for one 
Explorer and Escalade, in brief 
Highest roll of a die 
Gun rights org. 
Opposite of black-and-white 
"Look at Me, I’m Sandra ___" 
Everyone working in an office 
Intl. group that’s the object of many mass protests 
Max’s opposite 
Sitting spot for a child visiting Santa 
Some windshields have them 
Some of them are proper 
West who said "I used to be Snow White, but I drifted" 
"Yeah, why not!" 
Neologism for an on-screen/off-screen relationship 
Fleming who created James Bond 
Astronaut’s tankful 
The year 2001 
At one’s ___ convenience 
Winter hrs. in New York 
Exact copy 
Like the population of Wyoming 
"Of ___ and Men" 
Boston footballer, for short 
One of Benjamin Franklin’s certainties 
April fool player 
Terry Gross’s NPR program 
Gift tag word 
Boxer known as "The Greatest" 
One of a series at a wedding reception 
Show on which John Candy and Eugene Levy got their starts 
Little puzzle 
Right jolly ___ elf (Santa) 
Flat-bottomed boat 
"… happily ___ after"
Be all ears 
Feminine suffix 
Small, to a child 
"The Ghost and Mrs. ___" 
Chills, as a beverage 
Suitable for an ink-jet 
Where many pull their own weight 
"It’s ___ cry from …" 
Like some circles 
The zodiac’s carnivore 
Human hotdog 
Indy round trips 
One-one, for one 
Stalking feline 
Going back to a former practice 
Lock with length 
Collection of miscellaneous pieces 
Prevent from scoring 
Person’s inescapable outcome 
Type of secret 
Place to get a pedicure 
Prefix with "solve" or "respect" 
More out of one’s gourd 
Tabloid front-page feature, often 
Was the first band of several 
Ids’ counterparts 
Open the floodgates 
When some retire for the night 
Grouchy "Sesame Street" regular 
Put together 
Highest level 
Paisley or Pitt 
Cheap cleaning item 
Ultimate degree 
Roaster’s rod 
Bulky grayish-brown eagle 
Entrance hall or room 
"Dude," "guy" or "bro" kin 
"The Great Pretender," for one 
"Get outta here!" 
Type of cloth or closet 
Belonging to those people 
Insultingly small, as in amounts 
Serving no useful purpose 
Substitute for the unlocked? 
Throw all over the place, as seeds 
Motion pictures 
"Dad" relative 
Calculator, at times 
Place for a mini-fort 
Trampled (with "on") 
Accelerates, as an engine 
Hairy jungle creatures 
Eyelid eyesore 
Suffix with "Wrestle" or "Beatle" 
"Union" no more 
Atheist, to a believer 
Wishing one had left sooner 
Fad follower (with 61-Across) 
Franklin’s stock in trade 
Clickable PC item 
"May I show you your seat" speaker 
Tall flightless bird 
Emirate emigres 
Military scout’s job, for short 
Typical opera villains 
Before, in odes 
Tend to the flames 
Deviate from a course 
Belafonte classic 
Gaslight and Big Band 
Dadaist Max 
Mistake in the field 
"Gee, cool!" 
Pricey watches 
Sights in la Méditerranée 
Dance floor units 
Measures by pacing 
Back muscles, in the gym 
Hayworth and Rudner 
Matzo __: Jewish egg dish 
Gave reluctantly 
Little League precursor 
Exec’s three-piece 
Intro-to-painting course 
Opposite of fresh 
Make more than merry 
Like a weak excuse 
Distant and cool 
Author __ Stanley Gardner 
Hôtel __ Invalides: Paris landmark 
Rhea’s Aussie relative 
Fake drake, say 
Keyboard work for two 
"What’s __ for me?" 
Some "Wheel" prizes 
Chorus from the pews 
One of two in seven 
Genre for do-it-yourselfers 
Rude and crude 
After-lunch sandwiches 
Hall of Fame catcher Carlton 
Infamous skater Harding 
Length times width 
Final course in the Sahara? 
"Yes __?": ultimatum words 
B-movie safecracker 
Pentathlon blades 
Tortoni’s cousin 
Cotton thread 
"Mister Ed" dot? 
Harbor puller 
Stadium ticket designation 
Jeweled headpiece 
Words said with a nod 
Sch. in Charlottesville 
Evidence of Russia’s currency collapse? 
Up until now 
Bravery award 
Play at the highest volume, as a radio 
Timeline start 
Pilfered German fruit bread? 
"Fear of Flying" author Jong 
Mil. no-show 
Smallest American coin 
French painter of café scenes 
Cartoonist Addams 

Past or present
Match, as a bet
Les ___-Unis
River through Paris
R.N.'s special touch
Santa player in 'Miracle on 34th Street'
___ Tin Tin
Mincemeat ___ (Christmas staple)
'Yeah, why not!'
Resident of Muscat
Is
Santa player in 'The Santa Clause'
Big school dance
Moves like water around a drain
Not more than
Main artery
Environmentalist's prefix
Boston ___ Party
Santa player in 'Elf'
Cheerleader's cry
Bread box, for short?
Joe of 'GoodFellas'
'In that case …'
Temporary break
Magnetite and bauxite
Santa player in 'The Polar Express'
Something sent to Santa
Nutmeg, for one
Explorer and Escalade, in brief
S.E.C. school near Atlanta, for short
Highest roll of a die
Santa player in 'The Man in the Santa Claus Suit'
Gun rights org.
Opposite of black-and-white
Pixar robot
Cousin ___ (Addams Family member)
Everyone working in an office
Monastery leader
Intl. group that's the object of many mass protests
Max's opposite
'Look at Me, I'm Sandra ___'
Sitting spot for a child visiting Santa
Taste or touch
Some windshields have them
Javelin
Some of them are proper
Legal wrongs
Astronaut's tankful
Peruse
Fleming who created James Bond
The year 2001
Barbie or Ken
At one's ___ convenience
West who said 'I used to be Snow White, but I drifted'
Winter hrs. in New York
Neologism for an on-screen/off-screen relationship
Exact copy
Fury
Like the population of Wyoming
'Of ___ and Men'
Zinger response
Overly
Boston footballer, for short
'Yeah, why not!'
One of Benjamin Franklin's certainties
April fool player
Imply
Terry Gross's NPR program
Gift tag word
Boxer known as 'The Greatest'
One of a series at a wedding reception
Show on which John Candy and Eugene Levy got their starts
Little puzzle
Right jolly ___ elf (Santa)
Sheep sound
Flat-bottomed boat
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Where many pull their own weight
Small, to a child
Scrabble piece
'It's ___ cry from …'
Like some circles
Suitable for an ink-jet
The zodiac's carnivore
Chills, as a beverage
Doddering
Human hotdog
Indy round trips
One-one, for one
Stalking feline
Feminine suffix
Lock with length
Collection of miscellaneous pieces
'… happily ___ after'
Going back to a former practice
Prevent from scoring
Person's inescapable outcome
Type of secret
Place to get a pedicure
'The Ghost and Mrs. ___'
Prefix with 'solve' or 'respect'
'___ the Rainbow'
More out of one's gourd
Was the first band of several
Ids' counterparts
Open the floodgates
Tabloid front-page feature, often
Grouchy 'Sesame Street' regular
Tragic destiny
Aviation prefix
Put together
Highest level
Paisley or Pitt
Ultimate degree
Cheap cleaning item
Uncertain
When some retire for the night
Bulky grayish-brown eagle
Roaster's rod
Entrance hall or room
'Dude,' 'guy' or 'bro' kin
'The Great Pretender,' for one
'Get outta here!'
Type of cloth or closet
Belonging to those people
Insultingly small, as in amounts
Serving no useful purpose
Substitute for the unlocked?
Throw all over the place, as seeds
Motion pictures
Blvd. relatives
Accelerates, as an engine
Place for a mini-fort
Hairy jungle creatures
'Dad' relative
Eyelid eyesore
Suffix with 'Wrestle' or 'Beatle'
Expenditures
Calculator, at times
'Union' no more
Atheist, to a believer
Trampled (with 'on')
Wishing one had left sooner
Clickable PC item
'May I show you your seat' speaker
Fad follower (with 61-Across)
Tall flightless bird 
Copies Bessie
Hue
Franklin's stock in trade
'___ Quixote'
Emirate emigres
Military scout's job, for short
Typical opera villains - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/Universal-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-December-19th-2016-#sthash.TjyuCKIc.dpuf

Deviate from a course
Gaslight and Big Band
Belafonte classic
Musical quality
Tend to the flames
Dadaist Max
Creepy
Mistake in the field
'Gee, cool!'
Pricey watches
Sights in la Méditerranée
Dance floor units
Measures by pacing
Back muscles, in the gym
Matzo __: Jewish egg dish
Gave reluctantly
Seize illegally
Hayworth and Rudner
Little League precursor
Exec's three-piece
Intro-to-painting course
Make more than merry
Part of USNA
Like a weak excuse
Author __ Stanley Gardner
Hôtel __ Invalides: Paris landmark
Rhea's Aussie relative
Keyboard work for two
Stick (to)
Opposite of fresh
Fake drake, say
'What's __ for me?'
Some 'Wheel' prizes
Chorus from the pews
One of two in seven
Distant and cool
Genre for do-it-yourselfers
Rude and crude
Lavish bash
After-lunch sandwiches
Marries
Hall of Fame catcher Carlton
Infamous skater Harding
Length times width
'Yes __?': ultimatum words
Cheering noisily
B-movie safecracker
Final course in the Sahara?
Pentathlon blades
Tortoni's cousin
Cotton thread
Bow and __
'Mister Ed' dot?
Harbor puller
Stadium ticket designation
Jeweled headpiece
Words said with a nod
Sch. in Charlottesville
Evidence of Russia's currency collapse?
Bravery award
Play at the highest volume, as a radio
Timeline start
Up until now
Pilfered German fruit bread?
Herr's home
'Fear of Flying' author Jong
Mil. no-show
Smallest American coin
French painter of café scenes
___-poly
Parroted
Sour substances
Cartoonist Addams 

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