New York Times Crossword February 5 2017 Answers

By | February 5, 2017

New York Times Crossword February 5 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on sunday, february 5, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
if you’re stuck and having difficulties to solve NY Times Crossword sunday 5 february 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 2/5/17 answers :
%: Abbr. : PCT
*… for astronauts : RIDE
*… for British prime ministers : THATCHER
*… for Nobel laureates : CURIE
*… for secretaries of state : ALBRIGHT
*One who 64-Acrossed for Supreme Court justices … : OCONNOR
___ Gay (W.W. II plane) : ENOLA
___ little silhouetto of a man (Queen lyric) : ISEEA
___ rally : PEP
___-fi : SCI
16-ounce container : POINT
1941 chart-topper “Maria ___” : ELENA
2013 best seller by Sheryl Sandberg : LEANIN
60 minuti : ORA
8*… for Best Directors : BIGELOW
After deductions : NET
Aid after a computer crash, say : ITHELP
Aid for the handy, informally : DIYKIT
Also-ran in 2000 : NADER
Altar constellation : ARA
Alternative to a pound : EURO
Anchor’s place : DESK
Apologia pro vita ___ : SUA
Arthurian princess : ISEULT
Best Foreign Film of 2005 set in South Africa : TSOTSI
Bills, e.g. : CASH
Cab destination? : WINCE
Caramel candies from Hershey : ROLOS
Catches off base : TAGS
Certain conservative skirt : MIDI
Change from black-and-white : COLORIZE
Che Guevara’s real first name : ERNESTO
Classical musician with a Presidential Medal of Freedom : YOYOMA
Click “Going” on a Facebook event, e.g. : RSVP
Clown (around) : GOOF
Cousin of “OMG!” : EEK
Cubs’ home : DEN
Desert NE of the Sinai Peninsula : NEGEV
Don’t be so dumb! : YOUIDIOT
Drop a bit : SLIDE
Easy-to-carry telescope : SPAY
Emphatic agreement : AMEN
Emphatic refusal : IMEANNO
Ending with teen : AGER
Enter, as data : READIN
Factor in area calculation : WIDTH
Fictional spacecraft created by the Time Lords : TARDIS
Fix, as an election : RIG
Geneticist’s study : DNA
Geometric toy whose sides change depending on how it’s folded : FLEXAGON
Get : GROK
Getting ready to swing : TEEINGUP
Gift shop item : TSHIRT
Go online : LOGIN
Gray squirrel, in slang : TREERAT
Guido who painted “Massacre of the Innocents” : RENI
Heavy weight : TON
Highlighter shades : NEONS
Hillary Clinton in 1969 or Bill Clinton in 1970 : ONEL
Hit record? : SHINER
Hmm, guess so : ISPOSE
How’s it hangin’? : SUP
Hurriedly showed oneself out? : STREAKED
It helps you achieve balance : INNEREAR
J to ___ L-O! (Jennifer Lopez album) : THA
Kennedy who was the mother of Maria Shriver : EUNICE
Lake catch : TROUT
Less safe for a plane landing, in a way : FOGGIER
Letters of “pride” : LGBT
Like lettuce : LEAFY
Like over four billion people : ASIAN
Loo, for short : LAV
Material commonly used during cathedral construction : STRAINED
Mexican president Enrique Pena ___ : NIETO
Miner’s strike : LODE
Monster : OGRE
Moretz of “Carrie” : CHLOE
Mosaic pieces : TESSERAE
Most-wanted invitees : ALISTERS
Move hastily : HIE
No worries : ITSOK
Opposite of standing : ADHOC
Org. with a travel ban? : NBA
Overcome a certain career barrier … or what the answers to the starred clues do? : BREAKTHEGLASSCEILING
Overly : TOO
Pacific : SERENE
Part of a stock exchange? : MOO
Participate in deciding : HAVEASAY
Pennsylvania vacation locale, with “the” : POCONOS
Performs, biblically : : DOETH
Permeates : IMBUES
Pinnacles : ACMES
Poetic preposition : ERE
Pokey’s pal on TV : GUMBY
Primitive timer : STAND
Professors answer to them : DEANS
Pub vessel : ABLE
Puts forward, as effort : EXERTS
Question after a photo finish : DIDIWIN
Rage : IRE
Ranger’s station : LOOKOUT
Reading material for a Hollywood agent : SCRIPTS
Remove fat from, as a soup : DEGREASE
Reply to “No offense” : NONETAKEN
Rip off, informally : GYP
Rule by governing board : REGENCY
Running a bit behind : LATISH
Same with me : IAGREE
Scrape (out) : EKE
Send elsewhere for the night, as a roommate, in modern lingo : SEXILE
Sheena who sang “U Got the Look” with Prince : EASTON
Sidney Poitier’s 1980 autobiography : THISLIFE
Slice for a hearty appetite : SLAB
Spanish she-bear : OSA
Superfluous part of an essay : PADDING
Texting while driving, e.g. : NONO
They’re measured by pluviometers : RAINS
Today : NOW
Took care of : SAWTO
Two-___ (smallish car) : SEATER
Victory is yours : ILOSE
West Coast air hub : LAX
What boats shouldn’t do : TIP
When soap operas first flourished : RADIOERA
White who is the oldest person ever to host “S.N.L.” : BETTY
Yapping dog, for short : POM
Yi-i-ikes! : OHGEEZ
Zac of “Neighbors” : EFRON