Thursday, May 4, 2017

Crossword Puzzle Answers - 05/05/2017 - 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.

Longish English assignment
Some Asian sauces
John with the tractors
Operate with a beam
Why the world is not all good
Consecutive executions of computer programs
Ski lodge beverage
Much more patriotic
Be the subject of a "fail" video
Curvaceous thing on Superman
Drop that’s sorrowful
Bad thing to give away in a theater
Vital part of a sting operation?
Type of cash in a business
How a bug might settle into a rug?
Common test answer
Proofer’s notation remark
Letters of pressure on tires
Shop power cutter
Thought process in which ideas suggest other ideas
Disgusted and not taking it anymore
Popular cookie brand
Latin list shortener
Has birthday after birthday
Captain’s "to the left"
Wrinkly skinned fruit
Some dinner meats
"The Fresh Prince of ___-Air"
"For Your Eyes ___" (James Bond film)
A form of "goodbye"
Was a big drinker?
Famous boat builder
Words you sing
First set of wheels, often
Adlai’s 1956 running mate
"Oui" and "si," for two
English church land
Homer’s war epic
Faint from joy
Time to hit the coffin, for a vampire
"The Three Tenors," obviously
"I couldn’t care less" feeling
Boy in the family
Sound from a certain house pet
Extremely attractive one, per Donna Summer
Work shifts or tours of duty
Black-and-white sea creatures
tube (TV set, in slang)
Beast like Shrek
Hog, as a landline phone
Vehicle in "Call of the Wild"
Fit of annoyance
Part of a dazzling duo?
She played Mia in "Pulp Fiction"
Suffered from neglect, in a way
Go whole hog on Thanksgiving
Fundraising sch. group
Typically five-armed marine invertebrates
Ending for many schools
Milwaukee schoolteacher who went on to lead Israel
Without a sound
DC-to-AC electronic device
Insert neighbor, on PCs
Sitcom character who dated baseball’s Keith Hernandez
Feminine article in Italy
Egyptian sky god
Hood of folklore
Lose focus, with "out"
Writing a "Dear John" letter, say
Destructive algal bloom
Do quite well
Figs. that are never intentionally reused
A or B, for the record
Accord, for one
Muse of memory
It doesn’t add up … except as a hint to 17-, 25-, 37- and 49-Across
Land of Freud: Abbr.
It’s quite a mess
Upbringing involving unhip oldies?
L.A. or N.Y. publishing equipment?
Reserved box, maybe
Cue from the wings?
Locks removed at night?
Bizarre entr’acte?
It’s little when it’s white
"It’s go time"
"Millennium" trilogy author Larsson
Historic name in India
Animal in una arena
First female attorney general
Stopped to think
Suffix for "leader"
Ike, in the ’50s
Start of a play 
Good, in street lingo 
Armstrong’s fourth word from the moon’s surface 
Cheryl who appeared on three Swimsuit Issue covers 
Occur afterward 
Feature of some skirts 
Litter from paper ballots 
Graham, TV’s "Galloping Gourmet" 
Bridge bid, briefly 
Purveyors of fine watches 
Chicago Cubs president Epstein 
Helen who sang "I Am Woman" 
"Nightmare" street 
Done over, as a photo 
Story that’s "spun" 
Like a zeppelin, as opposed to a blimp 
Safety item also called a Mae West 
Put back to 000 
The pyramids, essentially 
Marco Polo’s heading 
Regency and Victorian, for twoRegency and Victorian, for two
On the briny 
Garden product sometimes sold in cubic yards 
It goes through eyelets 
Food service company on the Fortune 500 
Long-jawed fish 
Miracle-___ (garden products brand) 
Cut sharply, as prices 
Gridder who may record sacks 
Tend to the batter 
Got a gander of 
Hacienda drudges of old 
Words that may precede the first words of 18-, 40- and 62-Across and 3- and 32-Down 
Butler’s invitation 
Name in kitchen utensils 
Playgoer’s memento 
Book after Jonah 
Furtively 67-Across 
49 percent owner of Virgin Atlantic 
Prefix with gram or graph 
Schiller ode subject 
Raise the hackles of 
Final curtain 
Scatters, as seed 
Many a John Wayne movie 
Hammer-throwing deity 
User of French chalk 
Sonic the Hedgehog’s company 
Name on a tractor 
Inserted coins in, as a meter 
Where a hard hat is worn 
It buried Pompeii 
Patsy who sang "Sweet Dreams" 
Bedouin chief 
"___ So Shy" (Pointer Sisters hit) 
Grand ___ (wine label words) 
Kon-Tiki Museum city 
Butler at Tara 
Vegas casino, familiarly 
Like a wimp’s spouse, often 
Word preceding hygiene or testimony 
Flat-topped formation 
Lout, in Canada
Just For Men covers it 
Vampire hunter’s weapon 
Fleece-lined boots 
Conks on the noggin 
Furniture movers 
Olive center 
Creditor’s takeback 
Itemization limiter 
22 Down character 
Pâté de foie __ 
Reality TV judge DioGuardi 
South Pacific nation 
By __ (alone) 
Person from Perth 
Wooden rod 
Gaucho’s gadget 
Scientific study 
Spring singer 
Ruin, as fun 
Air Force Academy student 
Bond film antagonist 
Reheats quickly 
Racetrack bet 
Kick back 
Place for a coin 
Kick back 
Aim to discover 
”Walk the Line” Oscar winner 
Northwest Territories capital 
Shoot the breeze 
Pickling candidate 
Dashboard abbr. 
Poky, for short 
Tree surgeon procedure 
Auto brand 
At least once 
One-pot meal 
Nonliteral phrase 
Horse-show gear 
A long time 
”American Gothic” implement 
”Star Trek” role 
Bag-checking agcy. 
Hit like a hen 
Wells race of the future 
”I wish!” 
Showy scarf 
Sinatra’s hometown 
Crater Lake loc. 
Movie ticket category 
Opposite of ”ashore” 
Talk-radio format 
”As __ saying . . .” 
Hoodie cousin 
Tempe Pac-12 team 
Something to clear up? 
WWW programming code 
Seacrest of 'American Top 40' 
Shouted casual greeting 
Spreads outward 
Very low-risk investment, familiarly 
Winter driving hazard ... or a literal hint to four squares in this puzzle 
___-Caps (Nestlé brand) 
What a dowsing rod or a slingshot has 
Move quickly Sprint Rend 
Wardrobe malfunction 
Up to the task 
Time's partner, informally 
They're pushed on planes 
They might come in packs 
Spicy cuisine style 
Snacks served with cerveza 
Salon shade 
Russian river to the Arctic Ocean 
Incur cellphone charges, maybe 
Dormant volcano near the Turkish/Iranian border 
Generous, affable sort 
It might precede a pickup line 
Jumper cable connection points 
Make shipshape, as a ship 
Patrol wagon 
Playhouse locale, perhaps 
Pianist Cliburn 
One collecting money on the sidewalk? 
Novel writing 
Meddlesome sort 
Like albinism 
Jell-O pudding flavor 
It's passed on 
It's out of this world 
Film composer Morricone 
Extorting from 
Doorway components 
Crunch time helper, maybe 
'Miss Manners,' for one 
Ancient Greek market 
Comics character who was perpetually 19 
Cobra fighter 
Close, in a guessing game 
Beersheba's region 
Béarnaise ingredient 
Audio equipment brand 
Arctic plain 
Ancient pyramid builders 
Actor who won comedy and drama Emmys for the same role 
Accountant's stamp 
A snifter has a short one 
'Que Sera Sera' singer, 1956 
'Mad Men' femme fatale 
'Aye,' e.g 
'Ain't gonna happen!' 
Some Asian sauces
John with the tractors
Operate with a beam
Angler's account
Longish English assignment
Why the world is not all good
Consecutive executions of computer programs
Ski lodge beverage
Much more patriotic
Be the subject of a 'fail' video
Strategic success
Curvaceous thing on Superman
Drop that's sorrowful
Bad thing to give away in a theater
Vital part of a sting operation?
Type of cash in a business
Emulate a lion
Weekend warriors
Chimney duct
Door's swinger
Hole-punching tool
How a bug might settle into a rug?
Common test answer
Letters of pressure on tires
Proofer's notation remark
Butter units
Shop power cutter
Disgusted and not taking it anymore
Thought process in which ideas suggest other ideas
Popular cookie brand
Captain's 'to the left'
Wrinkly skinned fruit
Some dinner meats
Bindlestiffs
Throw a party
Pupil's location
Ne'er-do-well
'The Fresh Prince of ___-Air'
Has birthday after birthday
'For Your Eyes ___' (James Bond film)
A form of 'goodbye'
Romantic bloom
Elevator man
Volcanic discharge
Sentry stations
As such
Was a big drinker?
Famous boat builder
Words you sing
Latin list shortener
First set of wheels, often
Adlai's 1956 running mate
'Oui' and 'si,' for two
Anglers' gear
English church land
'Snowy' bird
Homer's war epic
Faint from joy
Praying father
Time to hit the coffin, for a vampire
'The Three Tenors,' obviously
Port of Yemen
'I couldn't care less' feeling
Boy in the family
Sound from a certain house pet
Opera highlight
Extremely attractive one, per Donna Summer
Work shifts or tours of duty
Black-and-white sea creatures
___ tube (TV set, in slang)
Word with 'covert' or 'photo'
Owns
Hog, as a landline phone
Vehicle in 'Call of the Wild'
Beast like Shrek
Fit of annoyance - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/Universal-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-May-5th-2017-#sthash.RN7q6LVz.dpuf
Part of a dazzling duo?
__ name
She played Mia in 'Pulp Fiction'
Cheeky tykes
Slowly exuded
Eyelike openings
Jazz improvisations
Hardly hale
Suffered from neglect, in a way
Track runner
Biblical collection
Beats
Go whole hog on Thanksgiving
Typically five-armed marine invertebrates
Milwaukee schoolteacher who went on to lead Israel
Franciscan leader?
Fundraising sch. group
Ending for many schools
Baffler
Without a sound
'Scoooooooooore!'
DC-to-AC electronic device
Beatle for two years
Wrinkly hybrid
Insert neighbor, on PCs
Sitcom character who dated baseball's Keith Hernandez
Haul
Feminine article in Italy
Quiet
Egyptian sky god
Eclair filling
Hood of folklore
It requires a 24-Across
Lose focus, with 'out'
Writing a 'Dear John' letter, say
Destructive algal bloom
Do quite well
Figs. that are never intentionally reused
A or B, for the record
Accord, for one
Limo destination
Hightail it
Muse of memory
It doesn't add up … except as a hint to 17-, 25-, 37- and 49-Across
Beamed
Try to strike
Flush, in Tijuana
Land of Freud: Abbr.
It's quite a mess
Upbringing involving unhip oldies?
'Open wide!'
Sanction
Sleazy gaze
Apt
L.A. or N.Y. publishing equipment?
Reserved box, maybe
Curb
Locks removed at night?
Enter furtively
Cue from the wings?
See 5-Down
It's little when it's white
'It's go time'
'Millennium' trilogy author Larsson
Historic name in India
Bizarre entr'acte?
Fester, e.g.
Animal in una arena
First female attorney general
Stopped to think
Suffix for 'leader'
Ike, in the '50s - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/La-Times-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-May-5th-2017-#sthash.qeG9oDOS.dpuf
ER workers
French 'yes'
Single
PX patrons
Gaelic
Throat clearer
Elbow
Brilliance
'Fences' actress Davis
'American Buffalo' playwright
Stations
Prego rival
Fond du —
— tizzy (worked up)
Favorite
British rule of India
Roswell sighting
Illustrations
Privy
'Breaking Bad' network
Bas-relief medium
Texas landmark
Mongol tent
Debussy's 'La —'
Mil. morale booster
Pirate's potation
Sailor
Lovers' quarrel
Extinct birds
Cancer or Capricorn
Weeps
Choir member
Poet's muse
Land of the Rising Sun
Packed away
Mao — -tung
Tremor
Trail the pack
UFO crew
Accustom
Ancient
Affable disposition
Hosp. area
Open-mouthed
It takes the cake
Soul, to Sartre
Mexican entree
Dance club VIPs
Captivate
Fancy neckwear
Rice recipe
Quake
Captain Jean- — Picard
Big bash
Medit. nation
Asta's mistress
Teapot feature
From — Z
Bulletproof vest, for example
Skillet
Obey a comma
Granada gold
Exist
Play the banjo
Norm (Abbr.)
Lustrous black
 

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