New York Times Crossword July 14 2017 Answers

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New York Times Crossword July 14 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on friday, july 14, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 7/14/17 answers :
___ regni : ANNO
Advance copy sent to a critic : SCREENER
Alongside : NEXTTO
Alpha Centauri, for one : STARSYSTEM
Automatics lack them : CLUTCHES
Beach grass that prevents erosion : SEAOATS
Blue arm : INLET
Brand sold by Sears : KENMORE
Breathless : EAGER
Captured by cameras, maybe : ONTAPE
Charmed actress Milano : ALYSSA
Chartered financial institutions : STATEBANKS
Classes : TYPES
Delivered an oath? : SWORE
Do one’s part : ACT
Event featured in every Summer Olympics : DISCUS
Extraction targets : ORES
Fabric with diagonal lines : SERGE
Fink’s portrayer in “Barton Fink” : TURTURRO
Flight destination? : UPSTAIRS
From now on : HEREAFTER
Fully ready : GOODTOGO
Grammys competitor : ARTIST
Greek vowel : ETA
High tops? : TENGALLONHATS
IDs tied to one digit : TOETAGS
Large, shallow pan : SHEET
Made objections : BEEFED
Mailroom device : SORTER
Managed to find : DUGUP
Martial arts film hit : CHOP
Montreal is part of it: Abbr. : NHL
Moon of Pluto discovered in 2012 : STYX
Musical with the song “Beauty School Dropout” : GREASE
Nullifies : UNDOES
Number-picking game : KENO
Onetime owner of Skype : EBAY
Opposite of spread out, as a paper : FOLDUP
Optimists’ discoveries : SILVERLININGS
Pair in “Carmen” : CASTANETS
Pasta with ribs : RIGATONI
Pawn : HOCK
Perennial loser : SADSACK
Pet : SNIT
Pier group? : HARBORMASTERS
Playwright who wrote “Hell is full of musical amateurs” : SHAW
Popular backache remedy : DOANS
Protective garment : VEST
Rostand who wrote about Cyrano : EDMOND
S.&P. rating : AAA
Short-legged item of furniture : TUFFET
Siddhartha novelist : HESSE
Singing ability, informally : PIPES
Southwest language : HOPI
Stories that might not be true : LORE
Throw away : SCRAP
Touch : ABUT
Traditional holiday meals : TURKEYDINNERS
Turin-based automaker : FIAT
Vinyl enthusiast’s need : PHONO
Washington insider, informally : OL
Web-footed creature : OTTER
Whodunit story? : ALIBI
Winter home, perhaps : DEN