New York Times Crossword February 5 2017 Answers

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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.
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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
[Yawn] : IMSLEEPY
___ 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
Behind : POSTERIOR
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
Mark : DENOTE
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

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