New York Times Crossword February 12 2017 Answers

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New York Times Crossword February 12 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on sunday, february 12, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 2/12/17 answers :
‘A bit of talcum / Is always walcum’ writer : NASH
‘Aha!’ : IGETIT
‘Grand Hotel’ star, 1932 : GARBO
‘My only love sprung from my only ___!’: Juliet : HATE
‘That villain in comics has sure gotta be sore!’? : FUMANCHUMUSTACHE
‘Waterloo’ band : ABBA
‘What’s the ___?’ : DIF
1950s French president René : COTY
35-nation alliance, briefly : OAS
A.A. or AAA : ORG
Abductor of Persephone : HADES
Ad agency output : SLOGANS
Alito’s Supreme Court predecessor : OCONNOR
Altar spot : APSE
Annoys : NETTLES
Archives material : FICHE
Arrears : DEBT
As yet : SOFAR
Bad look : EVILEYE
Banquet : DINE
Bearded animal : GNU
Beatrix Potter’s genre : KIDDIELIT
Berate some guy for getting too much sun? : GOOFFONATANGENT
Bit of cushioning : PEANUT
Blue hue : AZURE
Book reviewer?: Abbr : CPA
Breakfast chain : IHOP
Building’s rain diverter : EAVE
Cap similar to a tam-o’-shanter : BERET
Certain rod : DOWEL
Clean with a pressurized spray : SANDBLAST
Club cousins : BLTS
Conveyance for soldiers : TROOPSHIP
Corp. bigwig : CFO
Corroded : EATEN
Creature on the movie poster for ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ : MOTH
Dentist’s directive : RINSE
Deputy: Abbr : ASST
Desiccated ___ Sea : ARAL
Devil-may-care : JAUNTY
Disapproving sounds : BOOS
Dismaying announcement about disaster aid? : JUSTICEFORALL
Docket : AGENDA
Dripping : SODDEN
Drive-___ : THRU
Editor’s override : STET
Entry : ADMITTANCE
Entry on an I.R.S. form: Abbr : SSN
Exhibitor at 1863’s Salon des Refusés : MANET
Fabric from flax : LINEN
Fasten : AFFIX
First name in daredevilry : EVEL
Five-alarmer : INFERNO
Fleshy-leaved succulent : ALOE
For whom Nancy was first lady : RONALD
Fuel from a fen : PEAT
Gaming trailblazer : ATARI
Gather : INFER
Gist : NUB
Gist : MEAT
Gives an order : RANKS
Glitch : SNAG
Greenhorn on the force : RAWRECRUIT
Group’s basic beliefs : ETHOS
Having less heft : LANKER
Having no room for more : SATED
He can be seen at the western end of the National Mall, informally : ABE
Heart of the matter? : ATOMS
High hairdos : POUFS
Hit one out : HOMER
Horse for hire : STUD
Irritable : TESTY
It may deliver a punch : LADLE
It must turn over to start : ENGINE
It’s a drain : SIPHON
Jeer : TAUNT
Kids’ TV character who refers to himself in the third person : ELMO
Like most ‘Quo Vadis’ characters : ROMAN
London tea accessory : COSY
M, on a form : MALE
Major export of Florida : ORANGES
March movement : GOOSESTEP
Mystical doctrine : CABALA
Old gang weapons : GATS
One with a lot of tweets : BIRD
Pacific island wrap : SARONG
Parliamentary support : AYE
Pay : REMIT
Pens for hens : COOPS
Photographer Arbus : DIANE
Plunger alternative : SNAKE
Presently : ANON
Pricey French fashion label : CHLOE
Reimbursed expense for a commuter, maybe : MILEAGE
Remain undecided : PEND
Result of a serious wardrobe malfunction at the beach? : BRAINWAVES
Roker’s appeal before gastric bypass surgery? : FATALATTRACTION
Run out : LAPSE
Scientist’s dilemma regarding work vs. play? : LABORPARTY
See 12-Down : AUTRY
See 8-Down : GLASS
Sight at Tanzania’s Gombe Stream National Park : APE
Sluggish : INERT
Sobel who wrote the Pulitzer-nominated ‘Galileo’s Daughter’ : DAVA
Some space vehicles : LANDERS
Something easy, so they say : ABC
Sound system? : PHONICS
Spreadsheet contents : DATASET
Steamed seafood dish : CLAMS
Suggestion to a bored short story writer? : POETRYREADING
Super suffix? : EST
Supplied : FED
Swinging Ernie : ELS
Take some shots : FILM
Talk wildly : RANT
Talk wildly : RAVE
Tear apart : REND
Those who need sound memories, per Montaigne : LIARS
Timeline sections : ERAS
Tip : APEX
Toast word : CHEERS
Tool parts used for bending things : PEENS
Topic for Dr. Ruth : LIBIDO
Tour grp. since 1950 : LPGA
Traffic cone : PYLON
Treat for a dog : BONE
Turbid : CLOUDY
Turn aside : AVERT
Utah’s ___ State University : WEBER
W. Hemisphere treaty of 1994 : NAFTA
Was a busybody : PRIED
Way to go: Abbr : AVE
Weighty matters? : DIETS
What a cash-strapped beau might take you on? : UNFUNDEDMANDATES
What’s right in front of the tee? : ESS
Wild revelry : ORGY
With 34-Down, longtime public radio host : IRA
With 42-Down, ‘Frosty the Snowman’ singer : GENE
Worry of stratospheric proportions : OZONE
___ Palmas (Spanish province) : LAS