New York Times Crossword July 29 2016 Answers

By | July 29, 2016

New York Times Crossword July 29 2016 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on friday, July 29, 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 friday 29 july 2016 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 7/29/16 answers :
‘Ellen’s Design Challenge’ airer : HGTV
‘Frozen’ princess : ANNA
‘How Deep Is Your Love’ Grammy winners : THEBEEGEES
‘I’m in!’ : LETS
‘Life of Pi’ director : LEE
‘Two thumbs way up!’ and such : RAVES
‘Yeah, right!’ : HAH
2001 fantasy/adventure film with three sequels : SPYKIDS
270° : WEST
African tree cultivated for its nuts : KOLA
Bit of improv : SKIT
Brains : GRAYMATTER
Catacomb component : TOMB
Concern in family planning : BIOLOGICALCLOCK
Cry after ‘One, two, three,’ maybe : HITIT
Cuts through : INTERSECTS
Deep in thought : COGITATING
Don’t delay : ACT
Doughnutlike : TORIC
Driver of a bus : CEO
Eponyms of the week? : GODS
Ever : ATALL
Figure in a dark suit : SPADE
Get : SEE
Gets steamy, with ‘up’ : FOGS
Goes on perfectly : FITS
Grit : MOXIE
Gush : EMOTE
Hostile to : ANTI
However : THOUGH
Intolerantly pious : CHURCHY
Inuit for ‘house’ : IGLOO
Just about : NIGH
Kind of pass in basketball : NOLOOK
Lab housing the world’s largest machine : CERN
Least apt to offend : NICEST
Letters on a crucifix : INRI
Like losers’ looks : HANGDOG
Like the Bahamas, Barbados and Belize : ANGLOPHONE
Like-minded voters : BLOC
Longest word in English containing only one vowel : STRENGTHS
Luca who ‘sleeps with the fishes’ : BRASI
Make furniture-safe, in a way : DECLAW
Many an étagère display : BAUBLES
Many gases lack them : ODORS
Match : AGREE
Match makeup : SETS
Muslim judge of North Africa : QAID
One of the eight points of contact in Muay Thai : KNEE
Order to go away : SCAT
Principal, e.g : AMOUNT
R&B/pop singer Aubrey : ODAY
Rabbit’s friend : POOH
Rail hubs? : MARSHES
Readies for an operation : PREPS
Relative of a spoonbill : IBIS
Relatives of sprains : PULLS
Roughhouse? : SHACK
Shoppers’ headache : LINE
Simon of the stage : NEIL
Sister co. of Verizon Wireless : AOL
Some miniature hors d’oeuvres : QUICHES
Symbol of virility : CHESTHAIR
Takes pleasure (in) : BASKS
Target of the Occupy movement : ONEPERCENT
Teen’s fender bender, maybe : TEACHABLEMOMENT
Therapist’s image : INKBLOT
They’re held at both ends when eating : COBS
Turn and a half on the ice : AXEL
Twisted sorts : SICKOS