New York Times Crossword December 25 2016 Answers

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New York Times Crossword December 25 2016 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on sunday, december 25, 2016 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 12/25/16 answers :
‘A Visit From St. Nicholas’ writer : MOORE
‘Gnarly!’ : RAD
‘Hurry!’ : ACTFAST
‘John Wick’ star : REEVES
‘Pronto!’ : ASAP
‘Quite true’ : ITISSO
‘Star Trek: T.N.G.’ counselor : TROI
‘Well, Did You ___?’ (Cole Porter tune) : EVAH
‘You betcha!’ : SUREDO
1998 N.L. M.V.P : SOSA
2007 Peace Prize recipient : GORE
A plus average? : SYMBOLFORAMPEREGULAR
A.T.M. expense : FEE
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse ___ : TYSON
Baja’s opposite : ALTA
Bars for swingers? : JUNGLEGYM
Begot : BRED
Big name in grills : WEBER
Big purveyor of sports talk : ESPNRADIO
Blow it : ERR
Blubber : SOB
Boeing competitor : AIRBUS
Calm before the storm? : SERENITYPHOON
Canoe builder’s bark source : BIRCH
Chart of the heavens : STARMAP
Coin portraying Queen Victoria, once : RUPEE
Common Christmas entree : HAM
Coral bleaching locale : REEF
Cry at a surprise party just before the honoree arrives : HIDE
Cupronickel, e.g : ALLOY
Curmudgeonly : CRABBY
Dara who swam at five Olympics : TORRES
December 31, e.g : END
Design feature : SPEC
Disney Channel’s ‘___ and Maddie’ : LIV
Dollar, in slang : CLAM
Drink Gatorade after a workout, say : HYDRATE
Drive mad : DERANGE
Drops : OMITS
Employee badges, e.g : IDS
Errands, e.g : TRIPS
Event with steeply discounted prices : FIRESALE
Find common ground : AGREE
Fisher of fashion : EILEEN
Flight attendant’s offering : TEA
Former Saudi king : FAISAL
Frequently : OFT
Get a groove on? : SCORE
Ginger ___ : ALE
Glossy fabric : SATEEN
Go (for) : OPT
Grab and go? : CLUTCHINESEBOARDGAME
Gum that comes in Fire and Ice varieties : DENTYNE
Gymnastics event : VAULT
Handle with care? : ALIASSISTANCE
Hawks’ hangouts : AERIES
Ice carving? : FJORD
Imagines : PICTURES
Interest piquer : TEASERAD
Isn’t over yet : PENDS
It’s a ‘gift’ : ESP
Kept for later : SETBY
Land bordering Nepal : TIBET
Learns : ABSORBS
Leave a permanent mark on : ETCH
Leeway : ROOM
Letterhead? : ELL
Life force in Eastern medicine : CHI
Like a machine that prints, scans and faxes : ALLINONE
Like some uncertain dates : BLIND
Luau locale : BEACH
Make available : FREEUP
Maker of the fragrance Sauvage : DIOR
Makes minor observations? : BABYSITS
Man cave, maybe : DEN
Marco Polo crossed it : GOBI
Mark with spots : MOTTLE
Means of death for Judas Iscariot : NOOSE
Metaphor for punishment : ROD
Middle X or O : TAC
Milne young ‘un : ROO
Monastery title : FRA
Name whose Italian equivalent is Giovanni : IAN
Night at the museo? : NOCHE
One of nine for Tina Fey : EMMY
Onetime alternative to Facebook Messenger : GCHAT
Padlock’s place : HASP
Part of a film studio tour : LOT
Passes : ENACTS
Personal problems : ISSUES
Pittance : SOU
Play by heart? : DRAMATICPIECENTER
Poppycock : TRIPE
Provider of limited coverage? : THONG
Provider of the fizz in a gin fizz : CLUBSODA
Quaint cry of disapproval : FIE
Red-haired biblical twin : ESAU
Relay segment : LEG
Release from shackles : UNCUFF
Rio greeting : OLA
River more than 2,700 miles long that crosses the Equator twice : CONGO
Roman emblem of power adopted by Mussolini : FASCES
Romance writer Roberts : NORA
Russian moolah : RUBLES
Salty or spicy : OFFCOLOR
San ___ Obispo, Calif : LUIS
Setting for much of ‘Lord Jim’ : SEA
Setting for some aerial maneuvers : BIGTOP
Some Bavarian brews : RYEBEERS
Soy-based frozen dessert brand : TOFUTTI
Sphere : ORB
Sports team tally: Abbr : PTS
Spot for brooding : NEST
Standing : ERECT
Stay ahead of the curve? : ABIDECEPTIVEPITCH
Stows, as a banner : FURLS
Stuck-up sort : PRISS
Subject to a recall, maybe : UNSAFE
Suffix with beta or cyclo- : TRON
Support, as a foundation : ENDOW
Swedish lake that’s the largest in the European Union : VANERN
Thérèse, e.g.: Abbr : STE
Tight-lipped : MUM
Took first : WON
Toward the back : AFT
Toward the back : AREAR
Triangular road sign : YIELD
Two turtledoves, e.g : PAIR
Ultimately succeed : PANOUT
Under the weather : ILL
Very loud : AROAR
Vigorously debate (with) : SPAR
Way up a bunny slope : ROPETOW
Website with a Watch list : EBAY
What a lead runner sets : PACE
What spirits can do : SOAR
Worm or fly : BAIT
Wreck, informally : TRASH
___ Hawkins dance : SADIE
___ the line (obeying) : TOEING