New York Times Crossword July 24 2016 Answers

By | July 24, 2016

New York Times Crossword July 24 2016 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on sunday, July 24, 2016 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 7/24/16 answers :
‘Never ___ Give You Up’ (1988 #1 hit) : GONNA
‘Silent Spring’ subject : DDT
‘You betcha!’ : NATCH
‘You betcha!’ : YEP
‘___ Lang Syne’ : AULD
‘___ over’ (dispiriting message) : GAMETE
– : MINUETS
10th: Abbr : SOPH
1970s-’80s craze that’s the theme of this puzzle : SPACEINVADERS
24/7, for instance : RATIO
A kid may exchange it for money : TOOTH
Admire oneself a little too much : PRETEEN
Advertising buzzword : FREE
Affixes, as a patch : IRONSON
Agitated, with ‘up’ : HET
Alfredo, for one : CREAMSAUCE
Anise-flavored drink : OUZO
Apiece : EACH
Approached aggressively : RANAT
Arctic lights : AURORAS
Ball to keep an eye on : EIGHT
Beach shade : TAN
Bettering : ENHANCEMENT
Biblical kingdom : MOAB
Big name in electronics : RCA
Boston megaproject completed in 2007, informally : BIGDIG
Bother : BUG
Bother : IRK
Bothers : TODOS
Bris official : MOHEL
Bro’s greeting : YODUDE
Buckingham Palace guards : YEOMEN
Bust ___ (guffaw) : AGUT
Capone rival : MORAN
Certain Honshu resident : OSAKAN
Chandon’s partner : MOET
Color of la Méditerranée : AZUR
Common Coke go-with : BACARDI
Cry from the enlightened : AHA
Cybercrime target, for short : SSN
Defunct spy org : OSS
Detoxing hurdle, for short : DTS
Digs : PAD
Dummy : DODO
Eastern ecclesiastic : IMAM
Event for select customers : PRESALE
Expired : DIETED
Fareed Zakaria’s channel : CNN
Friend of Lucy Ricardo : ETHELMERTZ
Fruit used in wines and syrups : ELDERBERRY
George on an annual Forbes list : SOROS
Golf course obstacles : PONDS
Grade to be concerned about : DPLUS
Grasp intuitively : GROK
Healthy yogurt mix-ins : OATS
High degree in math? : NTH
Highlands designs : TARTANS
Homer Simpson exclamation : DOETH
Inspiration for ‘Lolita’ : ANNABELLEE
Iolani palace locale : OAHU
It may change because of weather, in brief : ETD
It may collect dust : RAG
It may start at 10 : BRUNCH
Item of winter gear with multiple straps : SKIBOOT
Jumper cable connection : ANODE
Language that gave us ‘punch’ : URDU
Language with only 14 letters : SAMOAN
Lat. or Lith., once : SSR
Latin for ‘of the sun’ : SOLARIS
Legendary Bruin : ORR
Literary governess : EYRE
Live broadcast feature, oxymoronically : DELAY
Loch Ness monster, e.g : MYTH
Luxury Italian label : VERSACE
Manage : OPERATE
Mission requirement : ROCKETFUEL
Nelson ___, ‘The Man With the Golden Arm’ novelist : ALGREN
Newsman Brown : AARON
No miniature gulf : ABYSS
Noisy flight crew? : GEESE
Not let bygones be bygones, say : SUE
Not working anymore: Abbr : RET
Note in the B major scale : ASHARP
OB/GYN’s prefix with -gram : SONO
Occupied, as a seat : TAKETEN
Ocean eyesores : RIGS
One not looking for an expensive night on the town : CHEAPDATE
One who’s been tapped on the shoulder? : SIR
P : RHO
Palindromic blast : TOOT
Palindromic elemento : ORO
Palindromic nut : KOOK
Parts of sneakers : INSOLES
Pass, of sorts : BYE
PC task-switching combo : ALTTAB
Pinstriped team : THEYANKEES
Place to get drunk before getting high? : AIRPORTBAR
Platter letters : RPM
Politician’s asset : TACT
Popular reds : MERLOTS
Pours poorly : SLOPS
Precollege : ELHI
Prestigious school group : IVIES
Queen of ___ : SHEBA
Radio format : RAP
Response on un questionnaire : OUI
Sacramento-to-San Diego dir : SSE
Sarcastic ‘Wonderful!’ : OHGREAT
Scout group : DEN
Scraped (out) : EKED
Semiformal jacket : BLAZER
Sights in New Orleans : DIKES
Sister of Cronus : RHEA
Six-pack inits : PBR
Sketchy place? : ARTROOM
Sleeping Beauty was under one : CURSE
Some complications : REDTAPE
Some female athletic gear : SPORTSBRAS
Sometimes-sung pieces : ODES
Specialty shoe spec : EEE
Spinoff series with two spinoffs of its own : NCIS
Statistical tool for comparing means : TTEST
Stripe on a zebra, e.g : MARKETING
Symbols of speed : HARES
The pack in a six-pack : ABETS
They can sleep if you play with them : YOYOS
Touch down, say : ARRIVE
Tree hugger? : BOA
Trig angle symbol : THETA
Trig’s law of ___ : SINES
Twosome : DUETO
Umbrella holder, maybe : MAITAI
Unnamed object : THAT
Washington suburb : MCLEAN
Word after smart or sugar : COOKIE
Wore : HADON
Yellow dog of the funnies : ODIE
___ Academy (means of online education) : KHAN
___ manual : USERS
___-Jo (’80s track star) : FLO