Friday, February 3, 2017

Crossword Puzzle Answers - 04/02/2017 - 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.

Tied the knot 
Title for a synopsis of pie and brittle recipes? 
Dressy affair 
Greedy desire 
Gloria Estefan by birth 
Some body problems 
Gridiron gains 
Some have built-in teleprompters 
Center of a trampoline? 
Sound on entering the Jacuzzi 
Something to ruminate on 
Very best wurst? 
Tired mover? 
Pancake served with applesauce 
Anarchic event 
Alvin and the Chipmunks e.g. 
Dip as stock prices 
Took the trophy 
Anchor’s stretch 
Setting for some fishy jokes? 
Half of a 1990s cartoon duo 
Second-hand items? 
Get-together on a ladder? 
Author Welty 
Bond portrayer before Craig 
Subject of Keats’s "O Attic shape!" 
Flying Cloud and Speed Wagon e.g. 
Will of "Blue Bloods" 
"Love’s shadows ___ rich in joy": Romeo 
Hindu dietary guideline? 
Control center for the heart and lungs 
Doc Brown’s first name in the "Back to the Future" movies 
Curses directed at a happy couple? 
Ranchero sobriquet 
Non-alcoholic beer brand 
DDE’s rival in 1952 and 
Beams up e.g. 
Its first line went from City Hall to 145th St. 
They’re hit on their heads 
Paleozoic Mesozoic and Cenozoic 
Strove to achieve 
Greenskeeper’s charity? 
"Doctor Who" genre 
The U.S.’s first multimillionaire 
Didn’t bother 
Paul McCartney e.g. 
Boxers’ letters? 
Gillette Stadium player for short 
Fruit sampler 
Denver omelet ingredient 
Targets for crackers 
Language from which "Alaska" comes 
Wilson of "The Office" 
"The Red Badge of Courage" author 
Plain-spoken 
Having a slight lead 
Maureen of "Miracle on 34th Street" 
Far from ruddy 
Battle of Normandy city 
Starfleet’s base 
Belgium-to-Switzerland dir. 
Jones of "Angie Tribeca" 
Suffix with Manhattan or Brooklyn 
Choice as a job 
One bound for the pound 
"Metropolis" director Fritz 
Stock exchange? 
Sapporo sashes 
Depends on 
Play-Doh company 
Amgen’s industry 
Forrest in the Pro Football Hall of Fame 
River through Aragon 
1994 pact in English French and Spanish 
Call’s companion 
Far from ruddy 
Revealed to the world 
They may be dressed in pads 
Renaissance artist Albrecht 
Didn’t take the trophy 
Big name in jets 
Have in mind 
Haberdasher’s inventory 
They’re open daily 
Andre in the Pro Football Hall of Fame 
"Take a Chance on Me" group 
Like commuter towns 
Six-pack makeup 
WWII entertainment centers 
Pieman’s wares 
Keep for later 
Impress as an idea 
Field workers 
Chef’s herb 
DDE’s 1940s command 
Avril Lavigne’s "Sk8er ___" 
Sugar Loaf Mountain location 
Chickadee’s kin 
Wrap up by 
Solitude seeker 
Affected by the moon in a way 
It follows the Super Bowl 
Get a touchdown say 
Balance sheet entry 
Tower that’s a linguist’s nightmare 
Highest level for a Boy Scout 
Israeli submachine gun 
Like the ZIP code system 
Brown loaves 
Trees used for archery bows 
Green Gables female 
Commercial genetic manipulation techniques 
Manhattan neighborhood 
Mat for a teahouse floor 
Exact repro. 
Sitarist’s tune 
Accumulated by the pope? 
Places for those in the gutters 
Prime, in ratings 
The state of being open to other’s opinions 
Long geological stretch 
Luxuriate in 
"The King and I" schoolteacher 
In need of extinguishing 
Life scientists 
Abbr. that’s a list shortener 
You can sweat through it 
Be litigious 
Common air freshener scent 
Black thrush 
Weeding implement 
Egg, to a biologist 
"It ___ Very Good Year" 
It may be stained in church 
State of western India 
Small spot of land 
More than mere enthusiasm 
Try to make up for an offense 
Day many save for 
"Fantastic Mr Fox" author 
They’re read after downloading 
Some valuable marbles 
Shoo-___ (heavy favorites) 
Bird long extinct 
"Hey you, c’mere!" 
Japanese soybean 
in-a-million 
Disorderly condition 
Kind of table or run 
Large, round hairdo 
Blue ox of literature 
Gumbo essential 
Lobbed bomb 
Up to the time that 
It can be a real downer 
"Easy as falling off ___" 
Maglie of the Majors 
Shampoo ingredient, often 
Was a horrible night watchman 
At least six tennis games 
A movement upward 
Several handfuls 
Join for a drink, say 
Flamenco guitarist Carlos 
One of the March sisters 
A little of this, a little of that 
Kicked to the curb 
"What’s the rush?" 
Voice of Master Viper in "Kung Fu Panda" films 
Fictional Soviet sub 
Library feature 
__ Kids: "Sesame Street" brand 
Code-breaking game with colored pegs 
1956 rockabilly hit 
Hardly fresh 
Flat-panel TV component 
Not yet on the shelves 
Got stuffed 
War-torn Sudanese region 
Minor players 
Street performer 
Groovy things 
Big top, e.g. 
Some talk show personalities 
Gucci or Rossi 
Police may look for one 
Flipper, for one 
Hand or foot 
Certain game extensions, briefly 
Depict artistically 
Business opening 
Hunting dogs 
Like some horses 
Leftover bit 
Manage poorly 
Darken, in a way 
Source of sweet-scented spice 
What suspects may be charged with 
Pan Am competitor 
Not a good look 
Good yield 
First name in legal fiction 
Something else 
Grease, often 
Mellow, with "down" 
Runway covering 
Western prop 
Western prop 
Whole bunch 
"Arrival" star Adams 
Many psych degrees 
Stuff, as into a suitcase 
Had to fork over 
Wellingtonians and Aucklanders, casually 
Paula who sang 'Straight Up' 
Up to the point that 
River also known as the Zaire 
Friend in the barrio 
Units of force 
Cop’s nonlethal weapon 
Turns (from) 
They're spent in airports 
___ de vie (brandy) 
Sent a reminder to 
Paul's 'Exodus' role 
Collection of Shakespeare’s plays, e.g. 
Temple mascot 
Hobby farm denizen 
Sonny & Cher were one 
Grad students’ grillings 
They live on doorknobs 
One of the Medicis 
That is, to Cato 
Org. that awards merit badges 
Noon, on grandfather clocks 
Plant in a government office, maybe 
Textile factory liquids 
Soft drink once pitched by Bing Crosby and Bob Hope 
Busy mo. for a CPA 
Take flight to take the plunge 
Gets the better of 
Concert or game locale 
Punch-to-the-gut response 
Pop star Minaj 
Peruvian river 
Holiday Inn offering 
Noted dunker 
"Give ___ rest!" 
Removed from the freezer 
Hibachi buildup 
Most emotional 
Hot off the press 
Sensational, tabloid-style 
17th-century diarist Samuel 
Lid issue 
2014 Winter Games host city 
Loses moisture 
Mon. follower 
Low-risk investments 
Magazine since 1945 
Rank below sgt. 
In the know, in old slang 
He resigned on October 10, 1973 
Land of Lincoln 
Late newscaster Ifill 
Illusion-creating works 
Accept, as a competitor’s coupon 
Kiosk worker 
Invite to the penthouse 
Indian bread 
Hooded killers 
Photo-sharing app 
Cookies ‘n cream cookies 
He often took a bow 
Work on a loom 
Guessed-at fig 
Green or Rogen 
Relatives of skates and sawfishes 
Fundraiser at an elem. school 
Like Felix Ungar 
Cream or ginger follower 
Doone of literature 
Newlywed’s acquisition 
Doesn't pronounce clearly 
Cristoforo Colombo, per esempio 
Speak of slightingly 
Commemorative lines 
Corrida "bravo!" 
Clip-___ (some ties) 
Mob squealer 
Like Oscar Madison 
Destine to oblivion 
Put into pigeonholes 
Special Forces unit 
Music originating in Cuba 
Frozen waffle brand 
"In ___ of flowers . . ." 
Cat-loving poet's initials 
Bother persistently 
Ben of 'Roots' 
Skid row denizen 
About 454 grams 
AKA part 
65 on Rte. 66, say 
What some binoculars provide 
1942 Hope/Crosby comedy 
Took a load off 
Payless, say 
JPEG or TIFF, often 
Cherish every moment 
'Hey!' to Jose 
Scored 100 on 
Bill of Rights defender (Abbr.) 
Almost always 
Feel remorse for 
Dot follower on campus 
Word in 12/8/41 headlines 
Add a clause to, e.g. 
Creative notion 
Exam for H.S. juniors 
1980s series about an earthbound angel 
Wander here and there 
Sets one’s sights 
Fruit packaging unit 
"Solve for x" subj. 
"Science Friday" airer 
"___ Town" (Wilder play) 
Auto shop supply
Make less harsh 
Side with a sandwich 
Means of securing 270 electoral votes, say 
Partner of Crackle and Pop 
Within shouting distance, say 
Musk’s electric car company 
Skirt with a flare 
Breakfast chain founded in 1958 
Does a fairway chore 
The Thinker sculptor 
Working for 
With elaborate intrigue 
What’s usual 
What hems may tickle 
Was rotten 
Tell-__ (candid stories) 
Telegraph key 
Syncopated pieces 
Speaker’s stalling word 
Something to make a point with 
Requested thing, informally 
Rats’ home of kid lit 
Prefix for diversity 
On toast, in diners 
Military persuasion, for short 
Knocks over 
Kellogg School offerings 
Juliet’s attendant 
Job-title suffix 
Doctorow’s first name 
Fontanne’s stage partner 
Enjoyed greatly 
Do pull-ups 
Do a parody of 
Didn’t come through 
Daughter of Lear 
Country music star’s memoirs 
Clearwater neighbor 
Cleared out 
Certain Pulitzer Prize recipient 
Calf, in Cannes 
Brown shade 
Berkshire Hathaway headquarters 
Be a no-show 
Alarm status 
’30s workplace for Astaire 
”Danny Boy” locale 
”Ain’t gonna happen” 
Taking time, in brand names 
Wall fixture 
Verizon subsidiary 
Trash-handling toon 
Transportation Dept. agency 
Star of the ”Ghostbusters” remake 
Sound of a smooch 
Region of Israel 
Put one’s foot down 
Proofs of age 
Range near Salt Lake City 
Poor excuse for an apology 
Part 3 of sign 
Part 2 of sign 
Part 1 of a department store sign 
More or less 
Longtime Richard Petty sponsor 
Kernels’ home 
Financial buy-back agreement 
Fictional prisoner’s locale 
End of sign 
Elite Eight org 
Early ed. setting 
Brewers Hall of Famer 
87 or so 
’30s workplace for Astaire 
”Pure Reason” philosopher 
"Keep your pants on!" 
They come before deals 
Features of some city streets 
Real shocker 
Salad dressing brand 
What’s exited in Brexit 
1965 hit for the Yardbirds 
Roman-Parthian War figure 
Town where "Parks and Recreation" is set 
Ned’s adoptive son on "Game of Thrones" 
I can’t believe that just happened! 
Penguin’s perch 
Sci-fi shocker 
Lout’s lack 
Wreck locale 
Served whoppers? 
"Your Movie ___" (Roger Ebert book) 
Arm muscles, in bodybuilding lingo 
Is no longer good 
Pre-euro money 
Onetime label for the Beatles 
Warren with the 1978 platinum album "Excitable Boy" 
App with an envelope icon 
Many a Taylor Swift fan 
Key ingredient? 
She played Odin’s wife in "Thor" 
Call from a bar, maybe 
Marcel Marceau moniker 
Easy to walk all over 
Newman, to Seinfeld 
Break down in school 
Warm and cozy 
Check out quickly 
Part of a circulatory system 
Guy’s sling swimsuit 
Game in which jokers and twos are wild 
Superhero with the foe Professor Von Gimmick 
Alternatives to chimichangas 
Whole bunch 
Road rage sound 
Jazz devotee, most likely 
Best Actress winner for "Monster" 
Power line? 
Blue prints 
Something cold from Mars 
"Riders in the Sky" singer, 1949 
Twitter titter 
"Since you weren’t listening …" 
"The Black Tulip" novelist, 1850 
Fast-food empire builder 
Lead-in to Luddite 
Disconnect, as a trailer 
Tear into 
Tumbling equipment 
Some body problems
Fortitude
Gridiron gains
NRG Stadium for Super Bowl LI
Gloria Estefan by birth
Trample
Title for a synopsis of pie and brittle recipes?
Tied the knot
Dressy affair
Greedy desire
Hopped up
Sound on entering the Jacuzzi
Some have built-in teleprompters
Very best wurst?
Something to ruminate on
Forwarded
Tired mover?
Pancake served with applesauce
On
States firmly
Center of a trampoline?
Shake insert
Anarchic event
Alvin and the Chipmunks e.g.
Dip as stock prices
Dull finishes
Kindle download
Took the trophy
Anchor's stretch
Setting for some fishy jokes?
Half of a 1990s cartoon duo
Second-hand items?
Queen's attendant
Get-together on a ladder?
Bond portrayer before Craig
Halftime spots
Shame
Author Welty
Subject of Keats's 'O Attic shape!'
Served as
Flying Cloud and Speed Wagon e.g.
Will of 'Blue Bloods'
Hindu dietary guideline?
Control center for the heart and lungs
Doc Brown's first name in the 'Back to the Future' movies
'Love's shadows ___ rich in joy': Romeo
Ranchero sobriquet
Non-alcoholic beer brand
DDE's rival in 1952 and 
Curses directed at a happy couple?
Beams up e.g.
Its first line went from City Hall to 145th St.
They're hit on their heads
Scorch
Paleozoic Mesozoic and Cenozoic
Strove to achieve
Greenskeeper's charity?
Falcons' home
The least bit
'Doctor Who' genre
Paul McCartney e.g.
Didn't bother
The U.S.'s first multimillionaire
Boxers' letters?
Gillette Stadium player for short
Fruit sampler
Denver omelet ingredient
Pop
Targets for crackers
Language from which 'Alaska' comes
Wilson of 'The Office'
'The Red Badge of Courage' author
Plain-spoken
Having a slight lead
Less gregarious
Maureen of 'Miracle on 34th Street'
Far from ruddy
Battle of Normandy city
Starfleet's base
Belgium-to-Switzerland dir.
Suffix with Manhattan or Brooklyn
Jones of 'Angie Tribeca'
Choice as a job
Skin soother
One bound for the pound
Somewhat
Country sound
Heed
Sty cry
Subpoena e.g.
'Metropolis' director Fritz
CPR pros
Stock exchange?
Sapporo sashes
Michael of 'Juno'
Play-Doh company
Amgen's industry
Forrest in the Pro Football Hall of Fame
1994 pact in English French and Spanish
Call's companion
Knock down ___
'I give!'
Depends on
They may be dressed in pads
Renaissance artist Albrecht
Far from ruddy
Didn't take the trophy
Big name in jets
Have in mind
Haberdasher's inventory
River through Aragon
They're open daily
Andre in the Pro Football Hall of Fame
'Take a Chance on Me' group
Best
Like commuter towns
Revealed to the world
Period
Grunt
Six-pack makeup
WWII entertainment centers
Declare void
Pieman's wares
Keep for later
Impress as an idea
Didn't play
Blotto
Field workers
Chef's herb
DDE's 1940s command
Avril Lavigne's 'Sk8er ___'
Chickadee's kin
Chilling
Wrap up by
Solitude seeker
Sugar Loaf Mountain location
It follows the Super Bowl
Affected by the moon in a way
Get a touchdown say
Balance sheet entry - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/Wall-Street-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-February-4th-2017-#sthash.waI0zavG.dpuf
Highest level for a Boy Scout
Trees used for archery bows
Brown loaves
Like the ZIP code system
Eccentric one
Green Gables female
Commercial genetic manipulation techniques
Israeli submachine gun
Manhattan neighborhood
Mat for a teahouse floor
Tower that's a linguist's nightmare
Sitarist's tune
Vertical pole
Accumulated by the pope?
Places for those in the gutters
Prime, in ratings
Long geological stretch 
The state of being open to other's opinions
Exact repro.
'The King and I' schoolteacher
In need of extinguishing
Unknown individual
Luxuriate in
Abbr. that's a list shortener
Celebrated
Without charge
You can sweat through it
Be litigious
Life scientists
Common air freshener scent
Tel Aviv airline
Black thrush
Egg, to a biologist
'It ___ Very Good Year'
It may be stained in church
State of western India
Weeding implement
Small spot of land
More than mere enthusiasm
Winter fall
Unpleasant
Ski lift
Hooch
Try to make up for an offense
Day many save for
'Fantastic Mr Fox' author
They're read after downloading
Some valuable marbles
'___ That Tune'
Shoo-___ (heavy favorites)
Bird long extinct
'Hey you, c'mere!'
Various functions
Depreciating
Japanese soybean
___-in-a-million
Kind of table or run
Lions' locks
Large, round hairdo
Blue ox of literature
Gumbo essential
Lobbed bomb
Small deer
Disorderly condition
Up to the time that
Grand view
It can be a real downer
'Easy as falling off ___'
Maglie of the Majors
Shampoo ingredient, often
See 63-Across
Was a horrible night watchman
At least six tennis games
A movement upward
Hawaiian picnic
Several handfuls - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/Universal-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-February-4th-2017-#sthash.RCwK86SE.dpuf
Stump the audience?
Blanket material
Have a sneaking suspicion
Take five
Casino game
Managing with 'out'
Through
Online discussion
Like a boxer's hands
Iwo ___
Whopper toppers
Grabs a bite
Pie ___ mode
Mel who was the voice of Bugs Bunny
Havana highballs
Roll call response
Feed bag fill
Greenish blue
Roman wrap
'Look what I found!'
Amateur
Bahrain resident
Detox locale
Spur-of-the-moment decision
Military command
Holly's role in 'The Piano'
Antioxidant berry
Prepare for a marathon with 'up'
Garbage barge
Two in Tijuana
'Land sakes alive!'
'Not in a million years!'
Sexy
Warren of the Supreme Court
Reception problem
160 square rods
Saudi Arabia neighbor
Housewife Vanderpump of 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'
Gujarat garb
Not much
Border
Secondhand
Hill of 'Hail Caesar!'
Throw from Tom Brady
Stunning trio?
Display at the Getty
Pack away
iPod model
Engage in political damage control
Small scratches
Personal involvement
Pimiento holder
British Open for one
___ Luis Obispo California
Hourly charge
Melville's megalomaniacal mariner
Former PayPal owner
Story spanning millennia
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame architect
'Yippee!'
5-Down x 5-Down x 5-Down
'The ___ of Man' (opening sequence in '2001: A Space Odyssey')
Halloween goody
Took the train
Exam for a future atty.
ICU hookups
Attempts to curb expansion?
Diamond flaw
Borat Sagdiyev portrayer
NATO member
Richard Nixon's running mate in 1960
First-stringers
Any of the theme entries in this puzzle
Hematite or galena
'Blonde' novelist
New York or New Jersey but not New England
'McMillan & Wife' actress
BFFs - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/Washington-Post-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-February-4th-2017-#sthash.e8Ir9IfM.dpuf
Light head?
Headland
No. 2
Tribulations
__ time
One of the March sisters
A little of this, a little of that
Kicked to the curb
'What's the rush?'
Social worker?
Flamenco guitarist Carlos
Voice of Master Viper in 'Kung Fu Panda' films
Chorus line?
Fictional Soviet sub
Am or Fm
__ Kids: 'Sesame Street' brand
Code-breaking game with colored pegs
Hardly fresh
1956 rockabilly hit
Flat-panel TV component
Gentle quality
Not yet on the shelves
Library feature
Close behind
Join for a drink, say
Got stuffed
War-torn Sudanese region
Perform
Minor players
Claim
Street performer
Groovy things
Water color
Big top, e.g.
Some talk show personalities
Gucci or Rossi
Police may look for one
'Constant Craving' singer
Flipper, for one
Hand or foot
Force user
Certain game extensions, briefly
Depict artistically
Letter-shaped fastener
Business opening
Hunting dogs
Like some horses
Dresses
Kid's cry
Leftover bit
Manage poorly
Ordered
Darken, in a way
Pan Am competitor
Made possible
Not a good look
Good yield
First name in legal fiction
Something else
Squeezed (out)
Grease, often
What suspects may be charged with
Car alarm
Source of sweet-scented spice
Mellow, with 'down'
Hedge
Border
Runway covering

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