New York Times Crossword July 28 2016 Answers

By | July 28, 2016

New York Times Crossword July 28 2016 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on thursday, July 28, 2016 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 7/28/16 answers :
___ Accords : OSLO
Auto booster : CARTHIEF
Besmirch : TAR
Bickering : ATIT
Big name in soup : KNORR
Bklyn. ___ : HTS
Black-and-white Best Picture winner : THEARTIST
Bond orders : MARTINIS
Breaks down : SOBS
British interjection : ISAY
Celestial rings : HALOS
Cheating student : COPIER
Cheese used in Babybels : EDAM
Composer Schifrin : LALO
Day of planning : EVE
Didn’t think you’d be here : OHHI
Dips in a bucket, say : WETS
Enemy of the early Christians : NERO
Evolve : ADAPT
Fiji alternative : EVIAN
First name in popcorn : ORVILLE
Florentine painter : LIPPI
Get some quick money for, say : PAWN
Give gratis : COMP
Gloria of Miami Sound Machine : ESTEFAN
Guiding light : POLARIS
Has a ball : PARTIES
Have a healthy diet : EATWELL
Help yourself : FEELFREE
Holds up : LASTS
Honda offering : FIT
Ice cream flavor : OREO
It lends a smoky flavor to Scotch : PEAT
Keep the beat? : PATROL
Kind of chat : IDLE
King nicknamed Longshanks : EDWARDI
L.A.’s ___ Museum : GETTY
Lady of Brazil : DONA
Letter writing, they say … or a hint to eight answers in this puzzle : LOSTART
Like : ALA
Like some hygiene : ORAL
Like the rock in “Rock of Ages” : CLEFT
Member of a motorcade : LIMO
Musical with the song “It’s Today” : MAME
New moon to new moon, e.g. : CYCLE
Not windy : TERSE
One making the rounds? : BARTENDER
One of the carriers in the SkyTeam alliance : AEROFLOT
One-named musician who has performed at the Egyptian pyramids and the Taj Mahal : YANNI
Ones taking sides : PARTISANS
Orbitz bookings : TRIPS
Patronize, as a hotel : STAYAT
Plains tribe : KIOWA
Reebok competitor : AVIA
Releases : LETSGO
River across the French/German border : SAAR
Scatter? : ELLA
Schnozz : BEAK
Second hand: Abbr. : ASST
Secondary route : BYROAD
Series opener : PARTONE
Shade of black : SOOT
Singer of “Footloose” : LORI
Skye cap : TAM
So there! : TAKETHAT
Spray in a kitchen : PAM
Spur : PROD
Squire of “The Wind in the Willows” : MRTOAD
Subtext of Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit” : LSD
Sweetums : DEAR
Tangles up : ENMESHES
They’re out of service : VETS
Unmoving : INERT
Vagabond : TRAMP
W.W. I rifle : ENFIELD
Went back to square one : RESTARTED
What people who are hurt may try to get : EVEN
Whimper : MEWL