New York Times Crossword July 16 2016 Answers

By | July 16, 2016

New York Times Crossword July 16 2016 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on saturday, July 16, 2016 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 saturday 16 july 2016 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 7/16/16 answers :
___ word? : ANY
1983 hit for Rufus and Chaka Khan : AINTNOBODY
2005-07 sitcom about the Gold family, with “The” : WARATHOME
A migraine sufferer might have one : EEGTEST
Aeschylus’ play “The Persians” is about one : SEABATTLE
Apparent flaw : WART
Auto option patented by 3M : TINT
Balance sheets? : YOGAMATS
Bird with a resonant “ha-wah” call : NENE
Captain : TEAMLEADER
Cast mate? : TVWIFE
Cinerary item : URN
Claude Monet Painting in His Garden at Argenteuil, e.g. : RENOIR
Clean (up) : MOP
Companion : PAL
Confessed statements : : CREEDS
Crossing state lines, perhaps : PAROLEVIOLATION
Drills : TRAINS
Drug smuggler : MULE
Exhibition locale : ARTSALON
Film animation technique : STOPMOTION
Former Florida senator Martinez : MEL
French pronoun : TOI
Governor who was the father of another governor : MARIOCUOMO
Grasp : SEE
Gulfs : CHASMS
HC(O)NH2, for one : AMIDE
Ingredient in a Baltimore Bracer : ANISETTE
Italian term of address: Abbr. : SIG
Item that became trilingual in the late ’90s : USPASSPORT
Job for which you give someone a hand : MANICURE
Kid-lit character who says “The nicest thing about the rain is that it always stops. Eventually” : EEYORE
Kill : SLAY, AXE
Leaves out in the open? : FOLIAGE
Level best : UTMOST
Like salsa : LATIN
Locale of the Evert Tennis Academy, familiarly : BOCA
Louses : HEELS
Magazine that published Harry Truman’s memoirs : LIFE
Medical term for lead poisoning : SATURNISM
Ninth-century pope who was married with a daughter : ADRIANII
No ___! : MAS
Pitch successfully : MAKEASALE
Polysomnogram finding : SLEEPAPNEA
Pool cover : BATHINGCAP
Pros at settling disputes : FIXERS
RICO enforcers : FEDS
Rush : STAMPEDE
Salty drink? : GROG
School for Rory Gilmore of “Gilmore Girls” : YALE
Scottish refusal : NAE
She was “the answer to a prayer” in a 1941 #1 Jimmy Dorsey hit : MARIAELENA
Shower component : METEOR
Simba sobriquet : LIONKING
Slavering toon : ODIE
Suddenly took notice : SATUP
Support for a pilot : WINGMAN
Swan Lake heroine : ODETTE
They may end with golden goals, for short : OTS
Trendy pseudocereal : QUINOA
Wake Up on the Bright Side sloganeer : LAQUINTA
Word that follows pot but precedes pan : PIE
Worthless amount : FIG
Yank with 25 grand slams : AROD
Zipcar alternative : RENTAL