New York Times Crossword January 19 2018 Answers

By | January 19, 2018

New York Times Crossword January 19 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on friday, January 19, 2018 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 1/19/18 answers :
___ Lan (giant panda born at the 17-Across zoo) : MEI
1966 Pulitzer-winning Edward Albee play, with “A” : DELICATEBALANCE
Accords : GRANTS
All-nighters? : REDEYES
Beguilers : TEASES
Big name in shoe stores : PAYLESS
Branded : LABELED
Bubkes : NOTALOT
Cabinet part : DEFENSE
Car once advertised with the slogan “The relentless pursuit of common sense” : SAAB
Common rating scale : ONETOTEN
Difficult thing to do, informally : BEAR
Ed basics : RRR
Expressive and quick-witted sorts, they say : GEMINIS
Fashions : CREATES
Figured out : DECODED
Flower whose name derives from the shape of its cluster : ASTER
Fluff : ERROR
Girl in a gown : DEB
Give a kick? : ELATE
Hardin-Simmons University setting : ABILENE
Hardly fresh : COY
Healthful juice source : BEET
Help during the fall? : GRABBAR
Home office convenience : ALLINONEPRINTER
It makes an impression : SEAL
It’s not on the level : SLOPE
Kept going : : LIVED
Kind of mitt : OVEN
Last new Beatles track before their split in 1970 : IMEMINE
Leaf part : RIB
Light-colored and medium-sweet : PALEDRY
Like a boxer’s hands during sparring, maybe : : TAPEDUP
Like some veal chops : BREADED
Loose, in a way : UNLACED
Mortify : ABASE
Much of binary code : ONES
N.L. East city : ATLANTA
Nap sack : COT
Neo-___ : NOIR
Place for a piercing : LIP
Renaissance artist ___ della Francesca : PIERO
Role in 1993’s “Tombstone” : EARP
Sets securely : EMBEDS
Shipload : TON
Small grouse : NIT
Smoking ___ : BAN
Soaked (in) : STEEPED
Some farm equipment : REAPERS
Something to gnaw on : TBONE
Spanish hotel : PARADOR
Specifies : CITES
Stout cousins? : ALES
Stuff of life : RNA
Tedious : BORESOME
That right introduction? : ISNT
The Eagle, e.g. : LEM
The Vampire Diaries protagonist : ELENA
Third-largest city of Switzerland : BASEL
Those who may accept tips : BETTORS
Thrill-seeker’s appurtenance : GOPRO
Touching things in competitions : EPEES
Update at the factory : RETOOL
Venting, e.g. : RELEASE
Virtual connection? : EDATE
Web developer’s development : SITE
Wiretapper, e.g. : SPY
Work, as a proposal : FLY
Wraps around the shoulders : SERAPES
Writer Janowitz : TAMA