New York Times Crossword February 6 2017 Answers

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New York Times Crossword February 6 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on monday, february 6, 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 monday 6 february 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 2/6/17 answers :
‘Iliad’ and ‘Odyssey,’ for two : EPICS
‘Keeping my fingers crossed’ : ICANONLYHOPE
‘___ small world after all’ : ITSA
1930s British P.M. Chamberlain : NEVILLE
2011 Oscar-nominated picture set in 1960s Mississippi : THEHELP
Aardvark’s morsel : ANT
Actor Estrada and others : ERIKS
Appears after being lost : TURNSUP
Attaches by rope, as a ball to a pole : TETHERS
Biblical son of Isaac : ESAU
Bobby who played 10 seasons with the Boston Bruins : ORR
Book between Matthew and Luke : MARK
Brockovich and Burnett : ERINS
Challenge : DEFY
Chilled jelly dishes : ASPICS
Chunk of ice in the ocean : BERG
Church recess : APSE
Coin flipper at the Super Bowl, informally : REF
Color shade : TINT
Common security device … or a feature of 20-, 33- or 38-Across : HIDDENCAMERA
Days of the week in a calendar heading : MTWTF
Defeats : BESTS
Dentist’s tool : DRILL
Dictator ___ Amin : IDI
Downright : UTTERLY
Edible mushroom : MOREL
Egg-shaped : OVAL
Employee at a perfumery : TESTER
Exercise area for convicts : PRISONYARD
First satellite to orbit Earth : SPUTNIKONE
Follow : ENSUE
Food grown in a paddy : RICE
Gabriel García Márquez novel ‘Love in the Time of ___’ : CHOLERA
Goof : ERROR
Graph line : AXIS
Heading on a list of errands : TODO
Immediately : NOW
Inauguration recitation : OATH
Indian variety of 17-Across : BASMATI
Iris’s place in the eye : UVEA
Jock’s antithesis : NERD
Kick out of school : EXPEL
Loudly lamenting : KEENING
Make amends (for) : ATONE
Many a reggae musician, informally : RASTA
Means of getaway : ESCAPEROUTE
Mil. training academy : OCS
Moon-related : LUNAR
Naked : NUDE
National ___, bygone humor magazine : LAMPOON
Nay’s opposite : YEA
Out on the ocean : ASEA
Philosopher and social activist West : CORNEL
Place to wear one’s heart, in a phrase : SLEEVE
Prefix with skeleton : EXO
Recurrent theme : TROPE
Rolling Stones album ‘Get Yer ___ Out!’ : YAYAS
Santa ___ (one of Columbus’s ships) : MARIA
Send to hell : DAMN
Something to look for in an emergency : NEARESTEXIT
Spanish eight : OCHO
Submissive : MEEK
Summer hours in Denver: Abbr : MDT
Swiss capital : BERN
Ticked off : IRED
Transport for Huck Finn : RAFT
TV procedural set in the Big Apple : CSINY
Weighed down (with) : LADEN
What Marie Antoinette supposedly said to ‘let them’ do : EATCAKE
Words at the altar : IDO
___ Grande : RIO
___ v. Wade : ROE