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New York Times Crossword November 5 2017 Answers

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New York Times Crossword Answers November 5 2017

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  • Does course work?
  • Bygone title
  • Expression of shock at someone’s actions
  • Go after for redress
  • Try to induce a bigger purchase
  • Rookery cries
  • Symbols of density
  • Beyond to bards
  • Sea dogs
  • Went for a whirl
  • Vegas casino robbed in “Ocean’s Eleven”
  • Without purpose
  • Supermodel Carangi
  • Armless coats that may bear coats of arms
  • Overflow (with)
  • Fabulist
  • Russia’s ___ Sea (arm of the Arctic Ocean)
  • Hungarians
  • Activist youth org.
  • Snacks
  • Ball brand
  • La Dame de ___ (Eiffel Tower nickname)
  • Sacred crosses
  • 1946 femme fatale film
  • Santa’s reindeer e.g.
  • Monumental support
  • TV band
  • “Word on the street is …”
  • Deadly cobra
  • Wilson of “The Office”
  • They might be giants
  • Kind of review
  • The usual
  • Actress Sommer
  • “Keep out” sign
  • Burgs
  • Bygone Apple app
  • ___-pitch
  • Autobahn autos
  • Feuding
  • Syndicate head
  • Online ticket exchange
  • Chem. neurotransmitter
  • Sheriff’s asst.
  • “Them’s the breaks I guess”
  • ___ Industries (oil and gas giant)
  • “Aladdin” villain
  • Summers back in the day?
  • “How Deep Is Your Love” group
  • “Introduction to the Analysis of the Infinite” writer
  • Cool again
  • God informally
  • Gender-neutral possessive
  • Lummox
  • Philip ___ first Asian-American film actor to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
  • “Milk” star 2008
  • Interrupted mid-sentence?
  • Like leprechauns
  • Tipsy
  • Shrank
  • Skipjack e.g.
  • Early flight inits.
  • For naught
  • Straight-talking
  • Certain radio format
  • What you might sit in by the pool
  • Kabuki sash
  • Territory in Risk
  • Motif for Verdi or Monteverdi
  • Whole heap
  • “Fancy seeing you here!”
  • $$$ bigwigs
  • Certain fro-yo add-in
  • Sounds of reproof
  • Back
  • Besmirch
  • Eavesdropping org.
  • Popular web portal
  • Sweet stuff
  • Braggadocio
  • “Well well well!”
  • Coming
  • Slant in columns
  • 1992 movie based on an “S.N.L.” sketch … or diverged: Modus vivendi
  • Railroad line?
  • “Out!”
  • Suffix with host
  • Like pins-and-needles feelings
  • Mystiques
  • Defunct org. in which Donald Trump owned the New Jersey Generals
  • “Adios!”
  • “Prince Valiant” son
  • “We’re doomed!”
  • Computer mouse action … or diverged: Event for RuPaul
  • Less friendly
  • Blue-roofed eatery
  • Gambols
  • Time to remember
  • Erstwhile Fords
  • “The Simpsons Theme” composer Danny
  • Many a frat pledge
  • Become bored (of)
  • ___ mother
  • Scarcely
  • Freudian “will to live”
  • Better to an impatient boss
  • Spots likely to smear
  • Italian novelist Morante
  • Destroys in gamer-speak
  • 1916 Frost verse … or diverged: Start of a saying about meaning well
  • “Star Wars” nomad
  • Opposite of “da”
  • Put a cover on
  • Molson rival
  • “No ___!”
  • Heads overseas?
  • Coral e.g.
  • A long way off
  • Part of a treasure chest
  • Another form of “Jehovah”
  • Big swig
  • W.W. II org. whose insignia featured Athena
  • Prepare as leftovers
  • Fill-up filler
  • Cassava for one
  • Bring someone home … or diverged: Common high school offering
  • Frigid
  • From l. to r.
  • Proscriptions
  • Chill out
  • “Button” that’s plainly visible
  • Showy debut
  • A germophobe might have it for short
  • Acronym for the four major entertainment awards
  • Artist with the third most Top 40 hits in the 1960s behind Elvis and the Beatles
  • Nissan S.U.V.s … or diverged: Emotional appeal
  • Hit 2007 Will Smith film
  • Some potatoes
  • Comic strip cry
  • Establish as rules
  • Gratiano’s love in “The Merchant of Venice”
  • Line in the sand?


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