New York Times Crossword July 2 2017 Answers

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New York Times Crossword July 2 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on sunday, july 2, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 7/2/17 answers :
One side of a vote : NAYS
Link studied at Ancestry.com : BLOO
Coterie : CLUB
Part of an old-fashioned swing : TIRE
Zigs or zags : VEERS
Napoleon’s partner on “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” : ILLYA
“Wonder Woman” star ___ Gadot : GAL
Shade of black : ONYX
Fury : RAGE
Onetime J.F.K. sight : SST
1968 movie based on “Flowers for Algernon” : CHARL
Indy 500 winner Bobby : RAHAL
“___ roll!” : IMONA
Blue : MELAN
Penny, mostly : ZINC
Zenith : ACME
“The Gold-Bug” author : POE
Certain tribute : ROAST
Most watchful : ALE
Living thing : ORGANIS
“___ & the Women” (2000 Altman film) : DRT
“Hey Jude” song that mentions every day of the week but Saturday : LADYMADONNA
“Yikes!” : ACK
Solvers’ shouts : AHAS
What T.S.A. Precheck helps people avoid : LINE
“A Hard Day’s Night” song that Lennon called McCartney’s “first ‘Yesterday’” : ANDILOVEHER
Strongly worded attack : BROADSID
Panther or puma : BIGCAT
“With the Beatles” song playing in the E.R. when Lennon died : ALLMYLOVING
Tiki bar cocktail : MAITAI
Houdini feat : ESCAPE
George of “Star Trek” : TAKE
Bunches : ALOT
Try out : TEST
“Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” song whose title is followed by “where the rain gets in” : FIXINGAHOLE
Twin Cities suburb : EDIN
Sacrosanct : HOLY
Pommes frites seasoning : SEL
Slowly fade away : EVANESCE
Like names on trophies, often : ETCHED
“I can’t he-e-ear you!” : LALALA
Extra-special : DELUXE
End of a shift : HEM
Disc jockey Freed : ALAN
Hair-razing name? : NAIR
Bigger than big : EPIC
Beans, e.g. : CROP
___ teeth : HENS
The highest form of flattery? : PLATEAU
Tommy Hilfiger alternative : IZOD
Old movie theater lead-ins : NEWS
Kitchen shortening : TSP
“___ a wrap” : THATS
Latin 101 word : AMO
Theater sections : LOGES
Lose it : FREAK
___ dish : PETRI
Pastoral poem : IDYLL
Came (from) : AROSE
Pacific ___ : RIM
Bob or weave : STYLE
Lacquer, e.g. : COAT
Contents of some envelopes: Abbr. : LTRS
Officially go (for) : LIST
Black as night : INKY
Circulatory block : CLOT
Slangy greeting : HIYA
“___ first you don’t succeed …” : IFAT
Congers and morays : EELS
Melted mess : GOO
Olive ___ : OYL
Cape Horn, for one : TIP
Major tenant of Rockefeller Center : NBCTV
“Young Frankenstein” role : IGOR
Theater drop : SCRIM
Nuke : ZAP
CBS’s “Kate & ___” : ALLIE
Turner of “Peyton Place” : LANA
Bad thing to bring one’s family : SHAME
Wealthy: Sp. : RICO
“With the Beatles” song written by Smokey Robinson : YOUREALLYGOTAHOLDONME
In all seriousness : SOBERLY
Gen ___ : XER
Emulated the tortoise and hare : RANARACE
One of seven in the Book of Revelation : SEAL
Ladies’ men, in older usage : GALLANTS
Gulf state: Abbr. : ALA
Monastery head’s jurisdiction : ABBAC
Domesticate : TAME
Intimate : HINTAT
Zombie or flaming volcano : DRINK
“Yuck!” : FEH
Part of U.N.L.V. : LAS
“Let’s go!,” in Baja : ANDALE
Meditation leader : YOGI
Altar exchange : IDOS
Bus. need that most lemonade stands don’t have : LIC
Some Japanese watches : SEIKOS
Big ___ (some sandwiches) : MACS
Edgar in “King Lear,” e.g. : EXILE
It might help you get to Carnegie Hall, for short : MTA
Riga resident : LETT
Garden party? : ADA
Record shop stock : VINYL
Talk, talk, talk : YAP
“The Time Machine” race : ELO
Something you might lose a little sleep over?: Abbr. : DST
Delany or Carvey : DAN
Whopper : LIE
Last Hebrew letter : TAV
Capital bombed in 1972 : HANOI
Grade school subj. : ENG
Audio problem : ECHO
Harrison’s successor : CLE
African antelope : ELAND
Message from the Red Cross, maybe : PLEA
Cinematic composer Andr� : PREVIN
Triumphant cry : HAH
Its state quarter has a lighthouse : MAIN
Luxuriant : LUSH
Charge, in a way : IONIZE
Spanish letter between ka and eme : ELE
Piece org.? : NRA
Silverwork city in southern Mexico : TAXCO
“Strangers and Brothers” novelist : CPSNOW
Move quickly : DART
1943 penny material : STEEL
Merchandise: Abbr. : GDS
Structure used in extreme sports : HALFPIPE
“Antennae” : EARS
Raised a ruckus : CLAMORED
1977 Warhol subject : ALI
Filmmaker Guy : RITCHIE
“Revolver” song that Paul McCartney described as “an ode to pot” : GOTTOGETYOUINTOMYLIFE
They go in locks : OARS
Ancient : EARLY
Footwear for a run : SKIS
Like a good scout : LOYAL
Fifth qtrs. : OTS
R�sum� listing : SKILL
It used to be made of lead : TYPE
Les ___-Unis : ETATS

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