New York Times Crossword July 19 2016 Answers

By | July 19, 2016

New York Times Crossword July 19 2016 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on tuesday, July 19, 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 tuesday 19 july 2016 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 7/19/16 answers :
*Car part that works in a similar manner to the human hip : BALLJOINT
*Children’s toy that tests dexterity : BALLINACUP
*Cry just before hitting the pool : CANNONBALL
*Retaliate : STRIKEBACK
*Tenants’ protest : RENTSTRIKE
__ Wednesday : ASH
___ milk : SOY
___ Precheck : TSA
100%, as effort : ALLOUT
3-2 … or what’s represented by the answers to this puzzle’s starred clues? : FULLCOUNT
All ___! (court exclamation) : RISE
America’s most-watched TV series of 2012-13 : NCIS
Amuse : TICKLE
And how! : DOI
Attractive, informally : BODACIOUS
Avoirdupois unit : OUNCE
Bert’s pal : ERNIE
Boxing decisions : TKOS
Burden : ONUS
College town in Iowa : AMES
Control+Z computer command : UNDO
Crooner ___ King Cole : NAT
Dagnabbit! : DRAT
Dodge Viper engine : VTEN
Dorothy’s dog : TOTO
Elon who co-founded Tesla : MUSK
Enmity : ANIMUS
Eurasia’s ___ Mountains : URAL
Event for a Comedy Central special : ROAST
Fork part : TINE
Fuss : ADO
German export : AUDI
Golf pencil holder : EAR
Ham it up : EMOTE
Hat part : BRIM
Highlander’s “not” : NAE
Hindu mystic : SWAMI
Hollywood Walk of Fame symbol : STAR
Ibuprofen targets : ACHES
Indian bread : NAAN
Kills, as bugs : ZAPS
Letters on some meat packaging : USDA
Loses color : PALES
Many a comment from Donald Trump : TWEET
McDonald’s slogan that replaced “Put a Smile On” : IMLOVINIT
Membership fees : DUES
Mind-blowing, in modern lingo : EPIC
Mine! : DIBS
Multivitamin ingredient : ZINC
Mythical abductee : HELEN
Not pro : ANTI
Part of S.F. : SAN
Pickle variety : DILL
Place setting? : ATLAS
Polish, as text : EDIT
Pop group that broke through at the 1974 Eurovision contest : ABBA
Prudential competitor : AETNA
Reduce to rubble : RUIN
Ruth, for one : YANKEE
Skosh : IOTA
Spanish eight : OCHO
Spherical locks : AFRO
Spinning, quaintly : AREEL
Sticks (out) : JUTS
Stopovers for wayfarers : INNS
The Godfather actress Shire : TALIA
The kissing disease : MONO
The Tigers of the S.E.C. : LSU
Titled : NAMED
Toffee candy bar : SKOR
Up : ATBAT
Upscale hotel chain : OMNI
Very, to a conductor : ASSAI
What ___ is new? : ELSE
When doubled, a sitcom sign-off : NANU
When Harry Met Sally … screenwriter Ephron : NORA
Word after human or second : NATURE
You got that right! : SOTRUE