Friday, February 17, 2017

Crossword Puzzle Answers - 18/02/2017 - 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.

Hydrotherapy setting 
Tool for a razor’s edge 
Mug shaped like a stout fellow 
Leader of seven animals migrating south in V formation 
Official currency of Vatican City 
Brought forth, biblically 
"Allegory of the Cave" philosopher 
Portrayer of the Clampett patriarch 
Exclamation from a real ass 
"Independence Day" visitors 
Civil rights activist King 
It might facilitate personal growth 
Basketball Hall of Famer Thomas 
"Sweet ___" (barbershop quartet standard) 
"The king of knots" 
Shakespearean fairy queen 
One of the three small ear bones 
Action followed by a "Safe!" call 
Outfit you’re not likely to wear out 
Computing pioneer Lovelace 
It occurs in Q3 
Show honors 
Some Core i7 runners 
Armored beast of old 
Revolutionary act 
Unable to sit still 
Ali with a perfect record in the ring 
Room in Clue with a secret passage to the Conservatory 
Faith espoused by Voltaire 
Verizon forerunner 
Basque Country metropolis 
Flowers that yield saffron 
"Jazz Profiles" station 
Insurance co. bailed out in 2008 
Mission founder Junipero 
Head for the hangar 
Accomplishing an NFL bettor’s goal 
Chronicler of the Dreyfus Affair 
Black Widow portrayer, in tabloids 
"Carmina Burana" composer 
Dissolute fellow 
Showing a profit when others are losing money, say 
Ramirez of "Grey’s Anatomy" 
History book nos. 
"Queen" megahit 
Sales rep’s handouts 
Had some face time, in a way 
Literary reflection, from the French for "thought" 
Kramer’s first name on "Seinfeld" 
Photographer Goldin 
Grammy’s 2002 Best New Artist Jones 
Attraction displaying diverse flora 
Full of holes 
"It’s on me!" 
Provide with a generous sum, perhaps 
Senior’s blotch 
Org. for people who like packing 
Perfect Sleeper seller 
Woman with trouble opening up? 
It often follows "Goodnight Moon" 
Pinkett Smith of TV’s "Gotham" 
New Year’s events 
Fromagerie choice 
Track star Devers 
Awaits a verdict, maybe 
Informal greeting 
Monogram on some designer clothes 
Say "What could you possibly be talking about?" 
Container made of two-by-twos? 
The Dow, for one 
Chuck Yeager, notably 
"Same here!" 
PR person’s forte 
Rustic lodgings 
Optional Medicare coverage 
Sinks, as a short putt 
Join the bulls 
Keystone site 
Stat resulting from a solo shot 
Weapon tended to by a squire 
Entertaining sort 
Game aim 
Fit for a queen 
Component of many a presidential candidate’s platform 
Submission move in mixed martial arts 
Padma’s date to the Hogwarts Yule Ball 
Exchanges pleasantries 
Nature Valley offering 
Give, but stubbornly 
Palette contents 
Gave a real shock? 
Flying annoyance 
Home of the Shinsaibashi shopping area 
"Didn’t I tell you?" 
Free-fall experience 
Uncanny ability 
Piece in many an organist’s repertoire 
Waterlogged region 
Having the hot hand, in basketball lingo 
Ric of the Cars 
Baking byproduct 
Cost in total 
Needle point 
Light a fire under 
Held to its full time, in music
Poetic contraction
1st or 2nd type of number?
Baltic Sea republic
Come out of hiding
Bend with a breeze
Dole’s 1996 running mate
Exerciser’s target, often
Message from a successful riot squad?
Any clothing brand
Skin cream ingredient, often
Emcee’s opener
Axed to the ground
Take eraser to sketch pad? 
Eldest son of Isaac
Thin trails of smoke
Super introduction?
"… ___ gloom of night …"
Stuff to the gills
Prefix with "phone"
Winter Palace ruler of old
Sneakers’ needs
Disgusted and then some
Enter new data
Bans from one’s country
Bacall of old Hollywood
Shakespearean "very soon"
Englishman, slangily
Prohibition ender? 
Enjoyer of any product 
Dries up in the sun 
Mama bighorn
Tap-danced, in slang
Obedient dog, at times 
Tree chopper (var.) 
Escaped, as from jail 
Lawn intruder
Body of cultural values 
Narrow board strip
Beachcomber’s discovery
Hot breakfast staple 
Do sum work
Obviously befuddled? 
Formers of the wave
Know intuitively 
Certain woodwind 
Double-high checker
Beige cousin
Fit of fever 
Animal aviator 
Converses, in ’60s slang 
Hit with a "Star Trek" gun
Oven for hop-roasting
Together, in Toulouse 
Person to have lunch with, perhaps
"L’Âge __": Buñuel-Dalí surrealist film 
Flanders of TV
Product originally called Croup and Pneumonia Salve 
What Wednesday’s child is full of
Rested (against) 
Right-angled shape
Cry on a hound hunt
Dance named for an aviation hero
Fixed, in a way 
Give a hard time
Croquet target
Regional plant life
Songwriters’ org. 
Stage item
Efron who voiced Ted in "The Lorax" 
"Where are you?" response, sometimes
"Bossypants" memoirist 
Venus counterpart 
Letters that make a Broadway backer happy
Calendar column (abbr.)
Military address 
Part of CBS (abbr.)
Part of CBS (abbr.)
Not inclined 
Elbow roughly and rudely
Conversational softener 
Greets breezily
Adapt in a dangerous way 
Rubik with a famous cube
Improved book list? 
Rectangular Manhattan attraction 
Aleppo resident
"__, Sing America": Hughes 
Word on an octagonal street sign
"… the morning __ her golden gates": Shakespeare 
It will never be charged again
Salon coloring 
Online music source
"Blazing Saddles" director Brooks
Neisse Line, western border of 42-Across 
Neo’s portrayer in "The Matrix"
Matt of "Today"
Gathers bit by bit
Albanian currency 
Home Depot offerings
Digital emergency signal 
1860s-’70s Black Hawk War combatants 
Actress Lupino or muckraker Tarbell
Response to a rude remark maybe
Two-point contest? 
"Green Mansions" heroine played by Audrey Hepburn 
Lynx or ocelot
122-square-mile republic 
Absorbs as a loss
Pestered and then some
Jaguar competitor
Slithery swimmer
Fountain (Rome attraction)
Pasta often baked
Mideast gulf or seaport
White sale purchase
Cushiony forest growth
Records the numerical outcome as in gin rummy or baseball
Three-time Tour de France champion LeMond 
Participate in a primary
Log-in requirement
Moore co-star 
Madam’s counterpart
Arrive ___ understanding
Like thou, say 
Words With Friends e.g.
"___ the season to be jolly"
Rubs out in mob slang
Irish New Age singer
Vintage tape format 
Refrain from farming?
Its Gold Medal features a profile of Franklin 
Dickens villain Heep
With 37-Across, "No problem" 
Eastern servants 
Home to many warthogs 
Some subordinates: Abbr. 
Tree in a carol 
What hearts may do 
Mil. addresses 
Queen __ Revenge: Blackbeard’s ship 
Art Deco designer
Important no. in college admissions
The Hugo Awards are presented at one 
Exams for would-be attys.
Anne Rice vampire
"St. Matthew and the Angel" painter Guido 
Reacts to staying up, perhaps 
Oscar winner Tatum
From the US
Old Italian money
Cocktail party serving
Feel sorry for
First place?
Actor Davis of "Grumpy Old Men"
Colombia for example
Word with crust or chart
Have an allergic reaction perhaps
Art museum in Trafalgar Square London
Bean variety
Walk-__ (surprise customers) 
Wynonna's mom 
Where many highly paid guards work 
Weak tide 
Vegas-set series 
To-go holder 
Taxonomic category 
Stock market stats 
Spaghetti or linguine 
Sort of boatyard 
Something glowing in a grate 
Showed reverence, perhaps 
Some fowls 
Soft rock 
Schoolyard shout 
Schoolyard pursuit 
Puts cash down 
Senate, for one 
Scottish cattle 
Sci-fi staple 
Quite capable 
Potter's potions professor 
Pops up 
Poland's second city 
Pick on 
One on a fast track 
New-__ (Enya fan, perhaps) 
Motown music 
More lucid 
Monarch's order 
Mineralogy ending 
Mag name that means ''she'' 
King David writing 
Is mistaken 
Institución financiera 
Golden rule element 
Give up 
Feathery accessories 
Fare selection 
False front 
Etchers' purchases 
Dish damage 
Discussion starting point 
Diffused through 
Crow's nest cry 
Business' booking department 
Bus driver's concerns 
Business' booking department 
Beagle shade 
Aviation concern 
Author O'Brien 
Australian feminist author 
At the ready 
''This isn't good!'' 
Dream state acronym 
Unagi, at sushi bars 
Longbow wood 
Assayer’s material 
Bleacher creature 
Sandberg in Cooperstown 
What snobs put on 
Second Amendment-supporting org. 
Mah-jongg pieces 
Dull-witted 
Building near a barn 
Great bother 
Title at the Round Table 
Bo Derek’s score 
One of Bergen’s dummies 
Pulls a fast one on 
"Master Melvin" of the Giants 
Snack bars on bases 
Assign to, as blame 
Jumper cable connection point 
Open mic offering, perhaps 
Sen. Franken, e.g. 
Like pre-MPAA movies 
Occupy, as a booth 
"Around the world" toy 
In the style of 
Sclera’s place 
Kit ___ (candy brand) 
___-right (white supremacists et al.) 
Recurred, as an ailment 
Has a bit of success 
Wt. units 
Brown-baggers’ lunches, briefly 
Flattering, in an insincere way 
Building of Babel 
"Hairspray" mom Turnblad 
Sources of hard or soft wood 
See 9-Across 
". . . ___ but not heard" 
Staples Center or Barclays Center 
Exclamation of disbelief 
Aquila’s brightest star 
Exclamation of disbelief 
Rabbit ___ (old TV antenna) 
Coin that some wish to abolish 
Exclamation of disbelief 
Reasons for end-zone dances (Abbr.) 
___ Locks (Great Lakes passage) 
Beethoven’s "Pathetique" is one 
Stack up against 
Horse’s mythical relative 
What "it" is, grammatically 
A Bobbsey twin 
"However," to a texter
Walking-tour aid 
Exclamation of disbelief 
Rival of Flying A and Sinclair 
Team with a mule mascot 
Last Oldsmobiles produced 
Exclamation of disbelief 
Destine for trouble 
With 66-Across, what might prompt an exclamation of disbelief 
Walk wearily 
Unwavering look 
Sources of ricotta cheese 
News of flight delays, say 
Take a hit 
Certain Internet hoax 
Dropped, as poll numbers 
Colosseum crowd? 
Record of the year? 
Mar. figure 
Base order 
They’re often drawn at night 
Draw money? 
The Romans obtained a purple one from snails 
Word sometimes elided to its middle letter 
Come up with 
Like the function ax^3 bx^2 cx d 
Not to, say 
Teddy material 
"Jurassic Park" co-star Sam 
Washington Post competitor: Abbr. 
Artsy L.A. district 
Rapidly down 
Showing signs of age 
Improvised jazz strain 
Hacker’s tool 
Where to stick a stick 
Abbr. before Friday 
Latin 101 word 
Owner of the horse Sleipnir 
Seeing through 
First Chinese-American cabinet member 
Its ribs stick out 
Part of a gig 
Word after who, what or where 
Luxury hotel in London’s Piccadilly district, with "the" 
Reid of "Sharknado" 
Mythical piper 
Jazzman Baker 
Used too much 
Another name for Pluto 
Some back-and-forth 
Smartphone heading 
Big name in escalators 
Highlighter color 
Turns on 
Corduroy rib 
Suffix with magne- 
Staple of Thai cuisine 
Curries, samosas, etc. 
Grace ___, servant in "Jane Eyre" 
Hippie-influenced fashion trend 
Button-___ (hit everything at once, in gamer lingo) 
Flat tube? 
Vocalist for the Black Eyed Peas 
"110%" effort 
Vixen’s offspring 
Who wrote "Wise men learn more from fools than fools from the wise" 
Occasional "S.N.L." host, to "S.N.L." 
First name in country 
Ballpark fig.
Butter?
Butter unit
Hydrotherapy setting
Mug shaped like a stout fellow
Leader of seven animals migrating south in V formation
Official currency of Vatican City
Brought forth, biblically
'Allegory of the Cave' philosopher
Portrayer of the Clampett patriarch
Tool for a razor's edge
Exclamation from a real ass
Work together
'Independence Day' visitors
Civil rights activist King
'The king of knots'
Check out
Shakespearean fairy queen
'Sweet ___' (barbershop quartet standard)
Action followed by a 'Safe!' call
Outfit you're not likely to wear out
Computing pioneer Lovelace
It occurs in Q3
Some Core i7 runners
Armored beast of old
Show honors
Revolutionary act
Unable to sit still
Ali with a perfect record in the ring
Faith espoused by Voltaire
Verizon forerunner
Beginning
Mantle's cover
Gets bent?
Room in Clue with a secret passage to the Conservatory
Basque Country metropolis
Flowers that yield saffron
'Jazz Profiles' station
Mission founder Junipero
Insurance co. bailed out in 2008
Plant
Head for the hangar
Josh
Chronicler of the Dreyfus Affair
Ramirez of 'Grey's Anatomy'
History book nos.
Chronic critic
'Queen' megahit
Accomplishing an NFL bettor's goal
Had some face time, in a way
Literary reflection, from the French for 'thought'
Sales rep's handouts
___ chi
Showing a profit when others are losing money, say 
Kramer's first name on 'Seinfeld'
Crone
Capone foes
Dissolute fellow
'Carmina Burana' composer
Photographer Goldin
Grammy's 2002 Best New Artist Jones
Attraction displaying diverse flora
Yank's foe
Loafing
Full of holes
Black Widow portrayer, in tabloids
'It's on me!'
Provide with a generous sum, perhaps
Senior's blotch
Teems
Perfect Sleeper seller
Woman with trouble opening up?
It might facilitate personal growth
Basketball Hall of Famer Thomas
One of the three small ear bones
Company with a Supercharger network
Did a little of this, a little of that
Delight
New Year's events
French pop
Fromagerie choice
Awaits a verdict, maybe
Heist haul
Informal greeting
Track star Devers
Pinkett Smith of TV's 'Gotham'
It often follows 'Goodnight Moon'
Monogram on some designer clothes
Say 'What could you possibly be talking about?'
Container made of two-by-twos?
'Skedaddle!'
Org. for people who like packing
The Dow, for one
Chuck Yeager, notably
'Same here!'
Canal sight
Sagacious
PR person's forte
Optional Medicare coverage
Rustic lodgings
Sinks, as a short putt
Queasy feeling
Stat resulting from a solo shot
Join the bulls
Weapon tended to by a squire
Went awry
Priest's robe
Male delivery
Entertaining sort
Wrath
Keystone site
Game aim
Fit for a queen
Component of many a presidential candidate's platform
Give, but stubbornly
In
Nature Valley offering
Palette contents
Gave a real shock?
May honorees
Flying annoyance
Home of the Shinsaibashi shopping area
'Didn't I tell you?'
Free-fall experience
Exchanges pleasantries
Growler, e.g.
Uncanny ability
Piece in many an organist's repertoire
Waterlogged region
Grams
Padma's date to the Hogwarts Yule Ball
Deets
Having the hot hand, in basketball lingo
Submission move in mixed martial arts
Ric of the Cars
Baking byproduct
Cost in total
Pranksters
Needle point
Light a fire under - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/Wall-Street-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-February-18th-2017-#sthash.B3EMvfFF.dpuf
Know intuitively
Converses, in '60s slang
Animal aviator
Expensive
Fit of fever
Certain woodwind
Obviously befuddled?
Business attire
Hot breakfast staple
Tree chopper (var.)
Escaped, as from jail
Body of cultural values
Obedient dog, at times
Dries up in the sun
Enjoyer of any product
Prohibition ender?
Take eraser to sketch pad?
Yoko of music
Come out of hiding
Baltic Sea republic
Held to its full time, in music
Fleeces
Bend with a breeze
Poetic contraction
1st or 2nd type of number?
Dole's 1996 running mate
Message from a successful riot squad?
Skin cream ingredient, often
Any clothing brand
Emcee's opener
Axed to the ground
Exerciser's target, often
Thin trails of smoke
Super introduction?
'… ___ gloom of night …'
Asian tie
Corn part
Stuff to the gills
Prefix with 'phone'
Winter Palace ruler of old
Sneakers' needs
Disgusted and then some
Enter new data
Bans from one's country
Bacall of old Hollywood
Eldest son of Isaac
Tap-danced, in slang
Mama bighorn
Feeling of rage
Lawn intruder
Narrow board strip
Englishman, slangily
Do sum work
Formers of the wave
Beachcomber's discovery
Beige cousin
Olympic powerhouse
___ Paulo, Brazil
Double-high checker
Shakespearean 'very soon'
Hit with a 'Star Trek' gun
Oven for hop-roasting
Person to have lunch with, perhaps
Flanders of TV
What Wednesday's child is full of
Right-angled shape
Cry on a hound hunt
Swiss canton
Detractor
Dance named for an aviation hero
Regional plant life
'Help, quick!'
Stage item
Flower part
'Where are you?' response, sometimes
Croquet target - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/Universal-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-February-18th-2017-#sthash.JvYNWjwD.dpuf
Elbow roughly and rudely
Part of CBS (abbr.)
Letters that make a Broadway backer happy
Greets breezily
Rubik with a famous cube
Calendar column (abbr.)
Aleppo resident
Word on an octagonal street sign
It will never be charged again
Online music source
___-Rooter
'Blazing Saddles' director Brooks
Neo's portrayer in 'The Matrix'
Matt of 'Today'
Home Depot offerings
Some toothpaste choices
Response to a rude remark maybe
Lynx or ocelot
Absorbs as a loss
Pestered and then some
Meadow
Jaguar competitor
Slithery swimmer
Gathers bit by bit
Mideast gulf or seaport
Actress Lupino or muckraker Tarbell
Green sci.
Polite request
White sale purchase
___ Fountain (Rome attraction)
Conductor Seiji
Bad review
Pasta often baked
Each
Records the numerical outcome as in gin rummy or baseball
Participate in a primary
Log-in requirement
Madam's counterpart
Arrive ___ understanding
Over
Words With Friends e.g.
Devotees
Go astray
'___ the season to be jolly'
Notice
Ages and ages
Rubs out in mob slang
Irish New Age singer
Cushiony forest growth
Refrain from farming?
Dickens villain Heep
Heavy burdens
Art Deco designer
Important no. in college admissions
Wine barrel
Anne Rice vampire
Subcompact car formerly produced by Chrysler
Exams for would-be attys.
Oscar winner Tatum
Photographer Adams
Perfect
Property claims
Civic center?
From the US
Cocktail party serving
Feel sorry for
First place?
Old Italian money
Colombia for example
Jiffy
Actor Davis of 'Grumpy Old Men'
Flawlessly
Abe or Ike
Word with crust or chart
Cockeyed
Have an allergic reaction perhaps
Art museum in Trafalgar Square London
Bean variety - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/Washington-Post-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-February-18th-2017-#sthash.QPSXRlZJ.dpuf
'L'Âge __': Buñuel-Dalí surrealist film
Vein locale
Together, in Toulouse
Shaggy
Fix things
Hodgepodges
Rested (against)
Fixed, in a way
Give a hard time
Product originally called Croup and Pneumonia Salve
Thankless bunch
Efron who voiced Ted in 'The Lorax'
'Bossypants' memoirist
Goons
Venus counterpart
Military address
Toledo native
Not inclined
Conversational softener
Naps
Come across
Adapt in a dangerous way
Improved book list?
Rectangular Manhattan attraction
'__, Sing America': Hughes
Apes' lack
Rite sites
Yahoo! alternative
'… the morning __ her golden gates': Shakespeare
U-turn
Salon coloring
Knockoff
Songwriters' org.
Become decent?
Uncle __
Digital emergency signal
1860s-'70s Black Hawk War combatants
Plus
'Green Mansions' heroine played by Audrey Hepburn
122-square-mile republic
Two-point contest?
__-Neisse Line, western border of 42-Across
Traipse
Albanian currency
See 48-Across
Three-time Tour de France champion LeMond
Like thou, say
Moore co-star
See 32-Across
Vintage tape format
Its Gold Medal features a profile of Franklin
With 37-Across, 'No problem'
Store accessibly
Eastern servants
Home to many warthogs
__-chef
Turn in
Some subordinates: Abbr.
Tree in a carol
Mil. addresses
Reams
Queen __ Revenge: Blackbeard's ship
What hearts may do
The Hugo Awards are presented at one
'St. Matthew and the Angel' painter Guido
Reacts to staying up, perhaps
Farm animals
Neutral

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