New York Times Crossword February 3 2018 Answers

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New York Times Crossword February 3 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on saturday, February 3, 2018 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 saturday 3 February 2018 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 2/3/18 answers :
‘O.G. Original Gangster’ rapper : ICET
1930-’40s film star with the signature song ‘You’ll Never Know’ : ALICEFAYE
Airer of Neil deGrasse Tyson’s ‘StarTalk’ : NATGEO
Any man or boy, biblically : SONOFADAM
Arizona athlete, for short : DBACK
Balkan capital : SOFIA
Be charged : PAYAFEE
Become edible : TURNRIPE
Cafe chain : PANERA
Cause associated with the rainbow flag : LGBTRIGHTS
Coca-Cola product since 2001 : PIBBXTRA
Collection of posts about a trip : TRAVELBLOG
Commodore in Sondheim’s ‘Pacific Overtures’ : PERRY
Ethnic group whose name means ‘wanderers’ : KAZAKHS
Events with tents : FAIRS
Fancified : DIDUP
Fancify oneself : PREEN
Fancy affair : SOIREE
Feature in a telephone directory : AREACODEMAP
Fox Islands resident : ALEUT
Front spoiler on a car : AIRDAM
Gateway of a Shinto shrine : TORII
Get on : BOARD
Having many openings : GAPPY
Isn’t bad? : AINT
Italian source of smoke : ETNA
Junípero ___, founder of San Francisco : SERRA
Kind of coordination : EYEHAND
Like many people on January 1 : HUNGOVER
Many a British retiree : PENSIONER
Media co. led by the Sulzberger family : NYT
Million-selling 1977 Donna Summer song : IFEELLOVE
Newspaper section : ARTS
Overly sentimental writers : SOBSISTERS
Part of 24-Across : NEW
Passover no-no : YEAST
Place to watch a race, for short : OTB
Popular vodka brand from Holland : KETELONE
Powerful Russian : OLIGARCH
Provincetown catch : SCROD
Pueblo Revolt participants : HOPIS
Really bugged : ATEAT
Request for backup? : GOASKANYONE
Setback : BLOW
Sombrero, e.g : DRINK
Some tech grads, for short : EES
Spaces out : STAGGERS
Spiral-horned antelope : KUDU
Suddenly took notice : SATUP
The planets, e.g : OCTAD
They have big mouths : EWERS
Things held in a cannonball : KNEES
Thyme keeper? : SPICERACK
Toilet paper? : HALLPASS
Tony once nominated for an Emmy : DANZA
Touristy area on the Irish coast : WESTCORK
Unshackles : LIBERATES
Vitamin-rich green side dish : COOKEDKALE
Weekly Jewish observance : SHABBAT
Wiccan groups : COVENS
___ Americana : PAX
___ center : TRAUMA
___ May Lester of Erskine Caldwell’s ‘Tobacco Road’ : ELLIE
___ salad : EGG