New York Times Crossword January 23 2017 Answers

By | January 23, 2017

New York Times Crossword January 23 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on monday, january 23, 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 23 january 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 1/23/17 answers :
“Balderdash!” : ROT
“Evil Woman” rock grp : ELO
“Go ahead, shoot!” : ASKAWAY
“How do you ___?” (court query) : PLEAD
“Kisses, dahling!” : MWAH
“Shucks, you shouldn’t have!” : AWGEE
“So THAT’s the story here!” : AHA
“Winnie-the-___” : POOH
“Your work is wonderful” : IMAFAN
___ Ste. Marie, Mich : SAULT
401(k) relative : IRA
50s Ford flops : EDSELS
Actor Hawke of “Boyhood” : ETHAN
Airing after midnight, say : ONLATE
Akron’s home : OHIO
Alert to squad cars, for short : APB
All thumbs : KLUTZY
Asia’s ___ Sea : ARAL
Aware of, in cool-cat slang : HEPTO
Before, to Byron : ERE
Big name in potato chips : LAYS
Big name in retail jewelry : ZALES
Bottle alternative : CAN
Carb-heavy buffet area : PASTABAR
Cincinnati team : REDS
Clear the blackboard : ERASE
Coll. entrance exam : ACT
Commotion : ADO
Container for eggs : NEST
Corkscrew-shaped noodles : ROTINI
Cow sound : MOO
Described, as something in the past : TOLDOF
Detroit factory output : CARS
Eye-related : OCULAR
Fabled city of wealth sought by conquistadors : ELDORADO
Fly swatter sound : WHAP
Gambling scam : SKINGAME
Hang, Wild West-style : STRINGUP
Have bills : OWE
High on pot : STONED
Indenting key : TAB
Indian tribe that lent its name to two states : DAKOTA
Kindle or Nook : EREADER
Language in Vientiane : LAO
Laughs loudly : ROARS
Like a live radio announcer : ONMIKE
List-ending abbr : ETAL
Little shaver, to a Scot : WEELAD
Long-necked waders : EGRETS
Macy’s Thanksgiving event : PARADE
Many a John Wayne film, informally : OATER
October birthstones : OPALS
Off to the ___ (starting strong) : RACES
One with a leg up in the circus business? : STILTWALKER
Passage in a plane : AISLE
Put into law : ENACT
Recorded on a cassette : TAPED
Red Monopoly purchases : HOTELS
Regarding : ASTO
Samuel of the Supreme Court : ALITO
Sch. run by the Latter-day Saints : BYU
Slow-cooked beef entree : RUMPROAST
Some pudgy, middle-aged physiques, informally : DADBODS
Something cleared up by Clearasil : ACNE
Takes a chair : SITS
Tel Aviv native : ISRAELI
To whom Butler said “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn” : OHARA
Trig or calc : MATH
Used a light beam on in surgery : LASED
Versatile piece of furniture : SOFABED
What it takes to tango : TWO
What the starts of 17-, 26-, 35- and 50-Across are : FAIRYTALE
Writers’ wrongs? : TYPOS
Wrong for the role : MISCAST