Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Crossword Puzzle Answers - 08/02/2017 - 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.

Have a sleepless night
Iberian invaders
Side effect of steroid use
Back-to-back episodes of an HBO drama?
Words of feigned enthusiasm
"Didn’t I tell you that would happen?"
Back-to-back episodes of an ABC News program?
Bagged leaves
To the back
Cartoon character with a horse named Nightmare
Female with a sheepish expression?
Back-to-back episodes of a Jon Cryer sitcom?
Big 12 sch. that’s the home of the Wildcats
Email subject line abbr.
Prefix for graphic or logical
Back-to-back episodes of a Neve Campbell series?
Makeup of many casks
Back-to-back episodes of a Dick Van Patten dramedy?
Center of concentration
Private employer
"The Name of the Rose" writer
Marbling in meat
"I don’t recognize that name"
Waits in the recording studio
They come before big days
"Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" director David
2004 Olympics host
Reverend known for "bird watching"
Amy’s sometime co-host
Like Jack Benny famously
How "a rose by any other name would smell"
Generally considered
"To the stars " in mottos 
Hardly touches at the dinner table 
Interminable wait 
Cathedral city of Cambridgeshire 
It comes from the hearth 
Pate covering 
Big 12 sch. that’s the home of the Horned Frogs 
Wrist connection 
Kill as legislation 
Word on a Ouija board 
Playground retort 
Victims of some viruses 
Tuna at the sushi bar 
December song 
Rentals at Vail 
Recipe amts. 
wrench (L-shaped tool) 
Bottom-row PC key 
Statuesque Klum 
Professional offers? 
Love near the Louvre 
Double-helix molecule 
Send packing 
Bay Area player in silver and black 
Fundamental unit of 61-Down 
"OutDaughtered" network 
Delphine’s head 
Fit to be tied 
Cpl.’s superior 
Area that’s part of Hurricane Alley 
Some tow jobs 
Angle symbols in math class 
Is in cahoots with 
Overly amped 
Epic in which Hector is slain 
Cupcake finishers 
Hoppy bar order familiarly 
Like a boring party 
Leader’s position 
Heavy-duty cleanser 
Masked combatants 
Down-yielding duck 
Answer to a charge 
"When the ___ breaks …" 
Drag race sound 
"Chiquitita" quartet 
Marie to Donny 
Fluid on a dipstick 
Voice of Bugs and Daffy 
New car sticker abbr. 
Case of the blahs 
Escape the notice of 
High-elevation enigma 
Celebrity chef Guy ___ 
Second half of a cassette 
Kmart merger partner 
Blood bank category 
Despondent comment 
Have the special say 
Painful back problem 
Mme. in Montana 
Wedding acquisition 
Fringe benefits 
Snapple selections 
Stomach-safe pain reliever 
Subtly menacing gestures 
Stanza contraction 
Christina of "Monster" 
Groups reaping benefits 
Landon who lost to FDR 
Durable Goodyear products 
Feeling of dread 
"Behold over yonder" 
Cafeteria conveniences 
Word before and after "will be" 
Not on the schedule 
"Desperado" band member 
Refusing to submit to authority 
Three ways to get something up in the air 
Beast of kid literature 
Old Ironsides, famously 
Things on calling cards? 
The time of your life is yours 
Up-and-down flight 
The "loneliest number" 
Assault with too many decibels 
Single detail on an agenda 
Jim Phelps’ TV employer 
Hallucinogenic tabs 
Frightening things 
Thing miraculously parted 
Two ways to get something up in the air 
It makes a splashy entrance 
Cancun currency 
Mythical god of war 
Important part of a computer 
"Neither" go-with 
Three ways to get something up in the air 
Some Indian royals 
Dazed or adrift 
It’s raised on a farm 
’60s abstract-image genre 
Playful, sloppy kiss 
"But then again" 
"The ___ Has Landed" (Robbie Williams album) 
Strategic shot for a tennis player 
Midwest A.L. or N.L. city, on scoreboards 
Caesar wore one 
Legendary Linkletter 
Thing in the night sky 
Doesn’t fall 
Building addition of 90 degrees 
Stores up selfishly 
High-pitched flutes 
Reese or Herman 
Old-style computer screen 
Type of army unit 
Any fruit like an apple or pear 
Sing a love song, perhaps 
Network broadcaster’s regulator 
Beer or dishwater features 
German river, to a local 
Do some film work 
"Quiet on the ___!" 
Eliminate, as chalk 
Not afraid to speak out 
Letters in a cell? 
D.C. wheeler-dealer 
Illegal lender 
About five ml., to a cook 
Predetermines fight outcomes 
No longer owing 
Room in a casa 
Bay and gray followers 
Lists of nominees 
Bulk-purchase club 
Play-of-color gem 
“__ Hope”: ’70s-’80s soap 
Persona non grata 
Lists of nominees 
Australian sextet 
South American capital 
Sandwich filling for a lacto-ovo vegetarian 
Tasting menu portion 
Without a doubt 
Extremely musically 
Hectic lifestyles 
Genre that influenced Prince 
Respiratory cavity 
Projecting window 
Means to an end 
Sacred lily of ancient Egypt 
Biased targets of the Gray Panthers 
Pertaining to the eye 
Fave texting bud 
Spoon’s escape partner 
Uno y dos 
Bay and gray followers 
Composer who was a CBS reporter 
Architect Saarinen 
Thickening agent 
Allow to pass 
It may be shaped on a wheel 
She raised Cain 
Time of yr. for new growth 
Kids’ recess game 
Rubs elbows (with) 
California’s San __ Zoo 
Not quite place 
Program interruptions literally demonstrated by this puzzle’s four sets of circles 
Seals as a deal 
One inch = one foot e.g. 
Codebreaking org. 
“__ the fields we go … “ 
Univ. dorm overseers 
Cold in Cádiz 
Mantilla material 
Sports doc’s scan 
Bk. read at Purim 
Glass manufacturing dioxide 
Like most triangle angles 
Mark as important 
Airline mentioned in the first line of the Beatles’ “Back in the U.S.S.R.” 
Windshield darkener
Vote down, informally
Versatile blackjack card
Tin Woodman's can filler
They're drawn in some tourneys
Syntax ___ (programmer's flub)
Sword-wielding TV princess
Surname synonymous with synonyms
Summon, as a memory
Strips on some burgers
Spoil the appearance of
Small-screen statuettes
Shower curtain supports
Seekers of a lost child, say
Rehabber's setback
Samuel of the Supreme Court
Rapper born Tracy Marrow
Pundits' page, for short
Proof of purchase
Maui music maker, briefly
Pro ___ (in proportion)
Poehler of "Baby Mama"
Parlor artwork, for short
Nikkei Index currency
Name associated with honesty
Musical set in Argentina
Mary Quant skirt design
Lines from Groucho
Law enforcers at Yellowstone
Infield repair need
Indicators of footnotes
Indiana and Han, to Harrison
Hydrogen's atomic number
How "great minds think"
Heavy spheroid in a gym
He's no gentleman
Got lost in thought
Foxtrot, to a horse
Follower of black-eyed or lazy
First lady before Jackie
Finds new players for
Exceeded the limit
Custodian's closet item
Creme-centered treat
Crosswords, in the 1920s
Construction site sight
Complicated, as a breakup
Celestial light show
Brings up the rear
Boutique or bodega
Blender component
Bit of baloney
Armored car robberies
"Thirty days ___ September . . ."
"Stop being a wimp!"
Yes, in Paris 
Years and years 
Wood-eating insect 
Wood beneath train tracks 
Wind-driven vessel 
Wilma Flintstone, to Fred 
Well-__ (wealthy) 
Watches for 
Tractor-trailer truck 
Tiny amounts 
Tidbit of food 
Tall buildings 
Takes a chair 
Suffix for luncheon 
Stovetop feature 
Stopwatch, for example 
Sgt. or cpl 
Run out of water, or ideas 
Revolve or rotate 
Pungent vegetable 
Point opposite NNW 
Phase near the end of a space flight 
Person doing nothing 
Pasta topping 
Mac-and-cheese brand 
Hole-punching tool 
Lively Irish dance 
His-and-__ bracelets 
Hindu guru 
High-pitched woodwind 
Has tenants 
Group like a union 
Gown, for example 
Government-issued investment 
Glide on snow 
Fishing poles 
Fast-food restaurant 
Coveting things too much 
Cooks over boiling water 
Commit a theft 
Caterer’s coffeepot 
Brief in duration 
Be dazed 
Batter’s stat 
Baby hooting bird 
Auto transmission choices 
Arctic ice mass 
Apt to spread rumors 
Approx. landing hour 
Admit guilt, with ”up” 
”__ we there yet?” 
”I suppose” 
”How clumsy of me!” 
Broadcast part 
Make bread 
Hung around 
Annual Austin festival, for short 
Title for two Clue characters 
Place divers explore 
Off-roaders, for short 
See 47-Across 
Common street name 
Many a Donald Trump announcement 
With 57-Across, Queen’s place 
Interest rate setter, with "the" 
Lovey-dovey sound 
So done with 
Inflame with love 
Bear whose bed was too hard for Goldilocks 
A cat is said to have nine of them 
First coat for a painter 
Chest of drawers 
"The ___, the Proud, the Marines" 
Oafish sort 
Comic strip sound from a drunkard 
Muscle toned from push-ups, informally 
People often caution against reinventing it 
"Let’s Get Loud" singer, affectionately 
Loser to the tortoise, in fable 
Villain’s vanquisher 
Mexican dish served in a shell 
Repeated word before "pants on fire" 
See 5-Across 
At any point in history 
With 15-Across, "Don’t delay!" 
Warning initials above an Internet link 
First place where Napoleon was exiled 
Condom material 
Bedside buzzer 
Track-and-field event 
Charges for some Madison Avenue firms 
Teri who played Phoebe’s mother on "Friends" 
In a relaxed rhythm, musically 
Prominent Dumbo features 
2014 Super Bowl performer 
Four-term prez 
Grander than grand 
David ___, philosopher influenced by Locke 
Cookie that’s often pulled apart 
"The Grapes of Wrath" surname 
Site of the first-in-the-nation caucuses 
Asian river whose name is one letter away from an Ivy League college 
World Cup sport 
1993 football movie starring Sean Astin 
Heart of the matter 
Twisted humor 
"Masterpiece Theatre" network 
Shake one’s booty 
Hold together 
TV news deliverer 
Pointy stone used in early Native American weaponry 
Sleep
Have a sleepless night
Iberian invaders
Mark's successor
Side effect of steroid use
Words of feigned enthusiasm
Back-to-back episodes of an HBO drama?
Surrounding glow
'Didn't I tell you that would happen?'
Back-to-back episodes of an ABC News program?
Wee ones
Spa offering
Bagged leaves
To the back
Cartoon character with a horse named Nightmare
Riviera resort
Female with a sheepish expression?
Back-to-back episodes of a Jon Cryer sitcom?
Big 12 sch. that's the home of the Wildcats
Relaxed manner
Big finale
What tees cover
Email subject line abbr.
Prefix for graphic or logical
Phishing attempt
Back-to-back episodes of a Neve Campbell series?
Makeup of many casks
Furthermore
Back-to-back episodes of a Dick Van Patten dramedy?
Center of concentration
Steakhouse order
Mint family plant
Exceedingly
Private employer
Blistering reviews
Hogwash
Triage ctrs.
Currently owing
'The Name of the Rose' writer
Marbling in meat
I trouble?
'I don't recognize that name'
Waits in the recording studio
They come before big days
Winter woe
'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them' director David
Pro's charge
2004 Olympics host
Reverend known for 'bird watching'
Backwoods brawler
Kill as legislation
Brief time
Tear
___ effort
Amy's sometime co-host
Like Jack Benny famously
How 'a rose by any other name would smell'
Trailing plant
Round cheese
Plucking need
Generally considered
'To the stars ' in mottos
Hardly touches at the dinner table
Interminable wait
Cathedral city of Cambridgeshire
It comes from the hearth
Pate covering
Big 12 sch. that's the home of the Horned Frogs
Watches
Wrist connection
Word on a Ouija board
Hosp. pic
Split
Playground retort
Straddled
Kill as legislation
Tuna at the sushi bar
Victims of some viruses - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/Wall-Street-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-February-8th-2017-#sthash.t9oWJ8lj.dpuf
'Behold over yonder'
Cafeteria conveniences
Word before and after 'will be'
Not on the schedule
'Desperado' band member
Beast of kid literature
Three ways to get something up in the air
Up-and-down flight
Bubkes
The 'loneliest number'
The time of your life is yours
Assault with too many decibels
Old Ironsides, famously
Single detail on an agenda
Jim Phelps' TV employer
Hallucinogenic tabs
Frightening things
Two ways to get something up in the air
Refusing to submit to authority
It makes a splashy entrance
Thing miraculously parted
Cancun currency
Mythical god of war
Disappear
Important part of a computer
Males
'Neither' go-with
Things on calling cards?
Three ways to get something up in the air
Try again
Some Indian royals
Dazed or adrift
It's raised on a farm
'60s abstract-image genre
Playful, sloppy kiss
'But then again'
'The ___ Has Landed' (Robbie Williams album)
Strategic shot for a tennis player
Midwest A.L. or N.L. city, on scoreboards
Caesar wore one
Thing in the night sky
Legendary Linkletter
Doesn't fall
Building addition of 90 degrees
High-pitched flutes
Reese or Herman
Boot part
Stores up selfishly
Paltry
'Night' prefix
Old-style computer screen
Type of army unit
Any fruit like an apple or pear
Beer or dishwater features
Downs' opposite
German river, to a local
Do some film work
'Quiet on the ___!'
Eliminate, as chalk
Drunks
Chapeau
Dispatched
Not afraid to speak out
Letters in a cell?
Network broadcaster's regulator
D.C. wheeler-dealer 
Poem type
Counterattack
Sing a love song, perhaps
About five ml., to a cook
Predetermines fight outcomes
Author Rice
No longer owing
Lowest deck
Room in a casa
Peaceful
Illegal lender
Grand ___ Island - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/Universal-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-February-8th-2017-#sthash.RAI62ThG.dpuf
December song
Rentals at Vail
Recipe amts.
___ wrench (L-shaped tool)
'The jig ___!'
Bottom-row PC key
Statuesque Klum
Professional offers?
Love near the Louvre
Double-helix molecule
Give off
Beyond tipsy
Bay Area player in silver and black
Fundamental unit of 61-Down
Delphine's head
Fit to be tied
Naut. heading
Some tow jobs
Is in cahoots with
'___ Rosenkavalier'
Overly amped
Skin pics
Epic in which Hector is slain
Hoppy bar order familiarly
Leader's position
VII in Rome
Heavy-duty cleanser
Like a boring party
Prom partner
Masked combatants
Angle symbols in math class
'OutDaughtered' network
Send packing
Cpl.'s superior
Cupcake finishers
Area that's part of Hurricane Alley
Down-yielding duck
Answer to a charge
'When the ___ breaks …'
Drag race sound
Goalie's goal
'Chiquitita' quartet
Marie to Donny
Drama division
Fluid on a dipstick
Voice of Bugs and Daffy
'Bingo!'
New car sticker abbr.
Abrasive tools
Case of the blahs
Escape the notice of
Bar fights?
Tub toy
High-elevation enigma
Celebrity chef Guy ___
Justice Kagan
Second half of a cassette
Kmart merger partner
Blood bank category
Painful back problem
Fringe benefits
'Gotta run!'
Snapple selections
Stomach-safe pain reliever
Mme. in Montana
Stanza contraction
Metrical homage
Christina of 'Monster'
Subtly menacing gestures
Have the special say
Groups reaping benefits
Despondent comment
Wedding acquisition
Landon who lost to FDR
Durable Goodyear products
Feeling of dread - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/Washington-Post-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-February-8th-2017-#sthash.C2dmSszQ.dpuf
HBO competitor
Dawn goddess
French darling
Have faith
'__ Hope': '70s-'80s soap
Persona non grata
Lists of nominees
Australian sextet
South American capital
Play-of-color gem
Frozen dessert
Sandwich filling for a lacto-ovo vegetarian
Brings up
Tasting menu portion
Without a doubt
Snow remover
Bitter __
Like logs
'Later!'
Angelic ring
Extremely, musically
In that case
Rodeo need
Biased targets of the Gray Panthers
Hectic lifestyles
Genre that influenced Prince
Kilimanjaro's cont.
Bulk-purchase club
Respiratory cavity
Projecting window
Fave texting bud
Police unit
Marseille morning
Pertaining to the eye
Means to an end
Spoon's escape partner
Concerning
Uno y dos
Bay and gray followers
Composer who was a CBS reporter
Architect Saarinen
Allow to pass
Sacred lily of ancient Egypt
African desert
Thickening agent
Legal thing
It may be shaped on a wheel
She raised Cain
Time of yr. for new growth
Kids' recess game
Rubs elbows (with)
California's San __ Zoo
Not quite place
Program interruptions literally demonstrated by this puzzle's four sets of circles
Seals, as a deal
One inch = one foot, e.g.
Dream up
Codebreaking org.
'__ the fields we go … '
Univ. dorm overseers
Mantilla material
Sports doc's scan
Bk. read at Purim
Glass manufacturing dioxide
World-class
Like most triangle angles
Mark as important
Cold, in Cádiz
Old Renault
Taj Mahal city
Airline mentioned in the first line of the Beatles' 'Back in the U.S.S.R.'
Blowout victory

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