New York Times Crossword December 10 2017 Answers

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New York Times Crossword December 10 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on sunday, December 10, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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if you’re stuck and having difficulties to solve NY Times Crossword sunday 10 December 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 12/10/17 answers :
‘A ___ From St. Nicholas’ : VISIT
‘Batman’ actress, 1967-68 : ETHAKITT
‘Bride of Frankenstein’ actress, 1935 : ELSALANCER
‘Crash’ actor, 2004 : RYANPHILLPE
‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’ actress, 2000 : MICHELLEOH
‘Dear Evan ___,’ Best Musical of 2017 : HANSEN
‘Frost/Nixon’ actor, 2008 : OLPLATT
‘Gotcha’ : IHEYOU
‘Je ___’ (French words of affection) : TAIME
‘Mea ___’ : CULPA
‘Mr. Blue Sky’ band, for short : ELO
‘Must’ve been something ___’ : IATE
‘Star Trek’ spinoff, to fans : TNG
‘Super Mario Bros.’ actor, 1993 : JOHNLUIZAMO
‘Traffic’ actor, 2000 : DONCHLE
‘Training Day’ actor, 2001 : DENZELWASGTON
10 cc’s and others : DOSES
1947, for Jackie Robinson : ROOKIEAR
A-list topper : MEGASTAR
Ab ___ (from the beginning) : INITIO
Academy Award-winning Marisa : TOMEI
Any of the Ninja Turtles : TEEN
Bad spell : HEX
Bear claws and such : PASTRIES
Before you can say Jack Robinson : INNOTIME
Best-selling Japanese manga series : NARUTO
Boo-boos : OWIES
Branch of Islam : SHIA
Bring into harmony : ATTUNE
Brings up : EVOKES
Cartoonist Silverstein : SHEL
Catch : NAB
Cell exchanges : TEXTS
Chocolate-coated snack stick : POCKY
City planners’ designation : ZONE
Comic book onomatopoeia : ZAP
Connive : SCHEME
Cop : STEAL
Country singer Womack : LEEANN
Crash, with ‘out’ : ZONK
Crisis connections : HOTLINES
Cured and dried fish : SALTCOD
Curriculum ___ : VITAE
Dame modifier : NOTRE
Daughter of Oedipus : ANTIGONE
Deliverance person : SAVIOR
Depress : PUS
Deteriorate : ROT
Early 2000s outbreak, for short : SARS
Eastern European capital : KIEV
Elevs : HTS
Emotional states : MOODS
Face-to-face challenges : ORALS
Figure on a foam finger : ONE
Floored : WOWED
Genre for Black Sabbath : METAL
Growing art form? : BONSAI
Have as a tenant : RENTTO
Hermione’s Patronus, in the Harry Potter books : OTTER
Hip-hop’s ___ Kweli : TALIB
Hotel attendant : BELLHOP
Irish form of Mary : MOIRA
Isn’t level : TILTS
Isn’t up to date : LAGS
J.F.K.’s former ___ Terminal : TWA
Kama ___ : SUTRA
Kidney-related : RENAL
L.G.B.T. magazine since 1967 : THVOCATE
Lauder of cosmetics : ESTEE
Le ___ (French port) : HAVRE
Leader wearing the Great Imperial Crown : TSAR
Leaves a lot on the table? : OVERTIPS
Like florists’ flowers that are already in vases : PRECUT
Like many laundromats : COINOP
Like many write-in candidates: Abbr : IND
Like SEALs : ELITE
Like some winks : SLY
Lure in Vegas : NEONSIGN
Mosque tower : MINARET
Most caloric : RIC
N, seen from the side : ZEE
Name of five Norwegian kings : OLAV
Nine-time Pro Bowler John : ELWAY
Nothing : NIL
Old C.I.A. foe : KGB
Old résident at Versailles : ROI
Operate : USE
Pal : AMIGO
Particle named by Faraday : ION
Pond growth : ALGA
Pot holder : BONG
Primatologist Goodall : JANE
Program saver : TIVO
Proust protagonist : SWANN
Real-time tool for meteorologists : LADAR
Roadside establishment much seen in the Southwest : TACOSTAND
Ruckus : BIGTODO
Sat ___ (GPS, to a Brit) : NAV
School that lent its name to a collar : ETON
Scottish form of John : IAN
Seat of Penobscot County : BANGOR
See 102-Down : HAT
Shaman, e.g : HEALER
Simple top : TEE
So quiet you can hear ___ drop : APIN
Some advanced researchers, for short : POSTDOCS
Sphere : ORB
Standout hoopsters : NBAMVPS
State as fact : ALLE
Stripling : LAD
Suffix with novel or Nobel : IST
Take ___ on the wild side : AWALK
The Browns, on a scoreboard : CLE
Thing whose size is measured in picometers : ATOM
This way : LIKESO
Traditional Filipino dish marinated in vinegar and soy sauce : PORKADOBO
Turn up : ATBAT
Ultimate degree : NTH
Undoing : END
Vertical landing spots : HELORTS
What eight actors took on for this puzzle? : BITPARTS
What might show participants going neck and neck? : KISSCAM
When tripled, a ‘Seinfeld’ catchphrase : YADA
Where I-20, I-65 and I-85 all meet : ATLANTA
Where Javert drowned in ‘Les Misérables’ : SEINE
Where one might raise a flap about a reservation? : TEPEE
Where people get off : STOP
Winter Olympics event : SLALOM
With 84-Down, bit of black attire : OPERA
Word implied on Opposite Day : NOT
Word with torch or bar : TIKI
Written deeply : ETCHED
Yves’s evening : SOIR
___ contendere : NOLO
___ Outfitters (retailer) : URBAN
___-de-France : ILE