New York Times Crossword January 5 2017 Answers

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New York Times Crossword January 5 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on thursday, january 5, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 1/5/17 answers :
*”Bingo!” : JACKPOT
*Comic actor / *Card game … or a hint to the answers to the starred clues : JACKBLACKJACK
*Headless Horseman’s prop : JACKOLANTERN
*Put-down to an ignorant person : YOUDONTKNOWJACK
*Quesadilla cheese : MONTEREYJACK
*Slender tree of northern North America : JACKPINE
*Tool for removing heavy footwear : BOOTJACK
*Trunk item : CARJACK
*Versatile worker : JACKOFALLTRADES
___ above : ACUT
___ Coyote (toon) : WILEE
___ Mio : OSOLE
___ Tesfaye a.k.a. R&B’s the Weeknd : ABEL
1994 Brandon Lee action film : THECROW
Bases of nightmares : FEARS
Bean used to make tempeh : SOYA
Bosox slugger a.k.a. Big Papi : ORTIZ
Brewing agents : YEASTS
Comics artist : INKER
Company for which about one in eight U.S. workers has worked : MCDONALDS
Copyright year for “Shrek” and “Monsters, Inc.” : MMI
Cut covering : SCAB
Directed : RAN
Ending with fly and drive : BYS
Enthusiast : FIEND
Eye-level sensor : EAR
Fat ___ pig : ASA
Figure on a rate sheet : FEE
Financial guru Suze : ORMAN
Former Maine senator Olympia : SNOWE
Fruit that’s sometimes poached : PEAR
Gaping mouth : MAW
Gibble-gabble : YAK
Gob : TAR
Govt. org. that gets tips from whistleblowers : OSHA
Half of a Wall Street firm since 1882 : SACHS
How fish is shipped, often : INICE
Ice cream maker Joseph : EDY
In public : SEEN
Ineffectual exec : EMPTYSUIT
Irish red ___ : ALE
It may be pulled on a road : UIE
Like Vlad the Impaler : CRUEL
Longtime companion for “same-sex partner,” once : CODE
Mended, as rugs : REWOVEN
Mine, to Mimi : AMOI
Mizrahi of fashion : ISAAC
Musical set in France, informally : LESMIZ
N.Y.C.’s Third or Fifth : AVE
Nick at ___ : NITE
Nickname for Tony : TINO
Nixon in 1995 or Lincoln in 2012 : TITLEROLE
No longer at anchor : ASEA
One working on hands and knees : TILER
Part of a Yiddish phrase of dismay : VEY
Prefix with conscious : ECO
Prompter? : CUER
Roasted, in a way : FETED
Robbed of the spotlight : SHOWNUP
Scallop-edged cracker : RITZ
Shade of blue : NAVY
She played Annie Lee in “Selma” : OPRAH
Small enterprise? : BIZ
Speed skater Ohno : APOLO
Sporty two-seater : MIATA
Stand-up comic Sykes : WANDA
Stephen of “V for Vendetta” : REA
Stock figure : YIELD
Stop at : ENDON
Tablecloths and napkins : LINEN
They’re good at drawing kids : TOYSTORES
Throw a hissy fit : ACTUP
TKOs, e.g. : STAT
Tricked : HAD
Vardalos of “My Big Fat Greek Wedding : NIA
William ___, physician who championed bedside training : OSLER
Write and send quickly, as a letter : FIREOFF
Wyoming’s ___ Range : TETON