New York Times Crossword July 30 2016 Answers

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New York Times Crossword July 30 2016 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on saturday, July 30, 2016 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 7/30/16 answers :
___ pray : LETUS
1922 Kafka short story : AHUNGERARTIST
Armful for Moses : TABLETS
Attribute as the cause of : CHALKUPTO
Author of the “Mostly Ghostly” book series : STINE
Author who shares his name with a German state : : HESSE
Basis of a patent : NEWIDEA
Boots : OUSTS
Change, as allegiances : REALIGN
Charles who created murals for Harlem Hospital and the American Museum of Natural History : ALSTON
Child support, for short? : PTA
Close to, colloquially : INWITH
Completely surpass : ECLIPSE
Dull-witted : DOPEY
Emily Dickinson’s “Ended, ___ it begun” : ERE
F and G, but not H : NOTES
Feature of CNN or Fox News : CRAWL
Fire away : ASK
Glass half empty sort : DEFEATIST
Goya’s “Duchess of ___” : ALBA
Grade sch. class : ENG
Grind down : MILL
Has dreams : ASPIRES
Hedge fund employee : ANALYST
Hematologist’s measure : PLATELETCOUNT
Hindu goddess often portrayed with her husband Shiva : KALI
Host : EMCEE
It adds stress: Abbr. : ITAL
It doesn’t have much to say : BITPART
Itinerary abbr. : ETA
Kind of card : SIM
Ladder’s counterpart : CHUTE
Legal org. : ABA
Like motel walls, it often seems : PAPERTHIN
Mean Girls screenwriter : TINAFEY
Meander : WEND
Means of communication since 1817, in brief : ASL
Michael Moore offering, for short : DOC
One sitting on a celestial throne : HERA
Part of a hit 1940s-’50s film trio : LAMOUR
Part of a square : RIGHTANGLE
Peak : CREST
Pet name meaning “faithful” : FIDO
Pioneer in New Journalism in the 1960s-’70s : TALESE
Ready : RIPE
Refuses to : WONT
Ridiculous imitation : MOCKERY
Santa ___ : MARIA
Sea ___ : URCHIN
Sell : PEDDLE
Slide presentations? : AMOEBAS
Some receptions : TEAS
Something John Adams and John Quincy Adams each had : ONETERM
Sparring partners? : FISTS
Sprayed, in a way : MACED
Sprayer : AEROSOLCAN
Start of a Hamlet monologue : ALAS
Start of many a romantic comedy : CHANCEMEETING
Surgeon’s tool : CLAMP
That there : YON
They might be ill : OMENS
Track things : LANES
Traffic report source, often : AMRADIO
Wife in Jonathan Franzen’s “The Corrections” : ENID
Wonder : AWE
Work on a lead, maybe : EDIT
Writer Sedaris : AMY
Zodiac symbol : CRAB