New York Times Crossword January 2 2018 Answers

By | January 2, 2018

New York Times Crossword January 2 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on tuesday, January 2, 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 tuesday 2 January 2018 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 1/2/18 answers :
‘Follow me!’ : COME
‘Gotta run,’ in a text : TTYL
‘Key’ hotel personnel : VALETS
‘Now I get it!’ : AHA
‘Wow, that was fun!’ : IHADABLAST
2003, for LeBron James and Dwyane Wade : ROOKIEYEAR
2009 aviatrix biopic : AMELIA
A helping hand : AID
A long, long time : AGES
Abbr. after a list : ETAL
Airline whose in-flight magazine is Sky : DELTA
Alternative to bottled : ONTAP
Amazon IDs : ISBNS
AOL and MSN, for two : ISPS
Author Hemingway : ERNEST
Broadband letters : DSL
Bumped into : MET
Calder Cup org : AHL
Cataract site : LENS
Cave residents : BATS
Cowboys’ ties : BOLOS
Disobey a pecking order? : STEALAKISS
Disobey a rush order? : TAKEITSLOW
Disobey a standing order? : HAVEASEAT
Disobey a stop order? : MOVEAHEAD
Downhill rides : SLEDS
Exhortation after ‘Supplies are limited!’ : CALLNOW
Fast-swimming shark : MAKO
First lady’s man : ADAM
Fish with more than 100 vertebrae in its spine : EEL
Food ___ (Thanksgiving drowsiness) : COMA
Frittata ingredient : EGG
Genre for 21 Savage and 50 Cent : RAP
Get ready, casually : PREP
High-___ monitor : RES
How some solve crosswords : INPEN
In stitches : SEWN
Insult : SLAM
Jaunty : PERT
Large artery : AORTA
Light : IGNITE
Like a half-moon tide : NEAP
Like a person who might be called ‘chrome dome’ : BALD
Locale for a West Coast wine tour : NAPAVALLEY
Longest river in Europe : VOLGA
Maestro Seiji : OZAWA
Make inquiries : ASK
Maple product : SAP
Mud wrap site : SPA
Native of Japan’s ‘second city’ : OSAKAN
New citizenship seeker : EMIGRE
Nothing but : ALL
Ocean predators : ORCAS
One of four for ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ : STANZA
Patron saint of Norway : OLAV
Plays with : USES
Police informant’s wear : WIRE
Red Sea peninsula : SINAI
Salve ingredient : ALOE
Sculptures, e.g : ART
Setting for an outdoor party : PATIO
Singer Lovett : LYLE
Smartphone notification : EMAILALERT
Some Toshiba products : PCS
The Mormons, for short : LDS
Touch : ABUT
Ukraine’s capital : KIEV
Vegas hotel with a musical name : ARIA
Vessel for Jack and Jill : PAIL
What prices do during hyperinflation : SOAR
Where Ang Lee was born : TAIWAN
Where most Buddhists reside : ASIA
White House press secretary ___ Huckabee Sanders : SARAH
Wide-eyedness : NAIVETE
Winter hrs. in Lake Wobegon : CST
Word after drum or press : KIT
Wraps up : ENDS
Writer Zora ___ Hurston : NEALE