New York Times Crossword December 1 2016 Answers

By | December 1, 2016

New York Times Crossword December 1 2016 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on thursday, december 1, 2016 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 12/1/16 answers :
___ goes the neighborhood : THERE
2004 film about artificial intelligence : IROBOT
About 45 miles of it touch Canada : IDAHO
Airport monitor datum : ARRIVAL
Audiophiles’ purchases : CDS
Bask (in) : GLORY
Beam bent at 90 degree : LBAR
Cardinals’ home : ARIZONA
Classic novel about an orphan girl mistakenly sent to Prince Edward Island : ANNEOFGREENGABLES
Cry feebly : MEWL
Deteriorates : ERODES
Dish topped with bacon, cheese and sour cream : LOADEDBAKEDPOTATO
Dominates, informally : OWNS
Drains (from) : SAPS
Edutainment cartoon featuring a teacher named Ms. Frizzle : THEMAGICSCHOOLBUS
Ending with fan : ZINE
Fictional character who says “I’d strike the sun if it insulted me” : AHAB
Field of Jean-Luc Godard : CINE
Fight stopper, for short : TKO
Football Hall-of-Famer Newsome : OZZIE
Gillette razors : ATRAS
Go slower : EASEUP
Growth along a ski run : FIR
Home to a famous mausoleum : AGRA
How some bonds are sold : ATPAR
Instructed : BADE
Kentucky’s Fort ___ : KNOX
Labor day class? : LAMAZE
Lay on thick : OVERDO
Like the rotation of the earth : AXIAL
Low-pitched part of a song : BASSLINE
Make a sudden turn : ZAG
Museum piece : RELIC
Nacho accompaniment … or a feature of 17-, 35- and 52-Across? : BEANDIP
Neighbor of Burkina Faso : MALI
Not dive in, say : WADE
Of the open sea : PELAGIC
On the double! : ASAP
One blowing off steam? : KETTLE
One filling out personnel forms, say : HIREE
Pitiful bunch : SADLOT
Pulls down : EARNS
Quetzalcoatl, e.g. : GOD
Seussian environmentalist : LORAX
Skimobiler’s wear : ANORAK
Slew : SCAD
Sloppy smooch : WETKISS
Smooth over : IRON
Soldier’s assignment : UNIT
Sonoran Desert river : GILA
South American territory in the game Risk : PERU
Stringed instrument usually played sitting down : SITAR
Subject of the 2011 book “These Guys Have All the Fun” : ESPN
Suffix with klepto- : CRAT
Suit : EXEC
Supermodel Lima : ADRIANA
Supershort skirts : MICROS
Surprised exclamations : OHOS
Swiss tourist destination : INTERLAKEN
Tamed, as a bronco : RIDEABLE
Tear violently : REND
Trapshooting targets, informally : SKEETS
Trick out : ADORN
Valedictorian’s pride, for short : GPA
Vibe : AURA
Welcomed at the doorstep : ASKEDIN
White out : SNOWY
Winter respite : THAW
Withdrew : RECEDED
Word with stick or gun : GLUE
Yosemite runner : IMAC