New York Times Crossword July 5 2017 Answers

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New York Times Crossword July 5 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on wednesday, july 5, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 7/5/17 answers :
___ Burov, K.G.B. officer on “The Americans” : OLEG
___, I’m so scared! (not really) : OOH
At a distance : FAROFF
Atlanta-based health org. : CDC
Attire for a Druid : ROBE
Badly injures : MAIMS
Barbecue serving : RIBS
Beside : ALONG
Boing, for a spring : SOUNDEFFECT
Boudoir wear : LINGERIE
Channel 2? : ENS
Consciously join : OPTIN
Cooking class? : FOODGROUP
Countermand : UNDO
Crawl (along) : INCH
Done, in Verdun : FINI
Factory, to its owner, e.g. : ASSET
Fails to be : ISNT
Found : START
French filmdom : CINE
Get by : ELUDE
Gift from heaven : BOON
Greet with acclaim : HAIL
Have as a customer : SELLTO
Honorific that becomes another honorific if you reverse its last two letters : SRI
Hydrophobic substances : OILS
I’m ___ (“Whatever you suggest”) : EASY
Instrument that an orchestra tunes to : OBOE
It might appear after an etym. : DEF
Jar top : LID
Many an internet meme : ANIMATEDGIF
Mexican money : PESO
Mrs. Albert Einstein : ELSA
Neckwear with dress whites : ASCOT
Nongay, typically : HETERO
Nonproliferation treaty subjects, informally : NTESTS
Not the usual spelling: Abbr. : VAR
One of a dozen in un frigidaire : OEUF
One way to fall : ILL
One’s nearest and dearest, informally : FAM
Onetime M&M’s color : TAN
Opposite of caliente : FRIO
Part of b.p.m. : PER
Part of the Dept. of Homeland Security : FEMA
Peace activist Yoko : ONO
People in an H. G. Wells novella : ELOI
Place to grab a bite in Mexico : TACOSTAND
Prefix with directional : OMNI
Providing a better grip : ANTISLIP
Puzzlements : ENIGMAS
Quaint commercial suffix : ORAMA
Rats’ places : NESTS
Refusals : NOES
Sad is my lot! : ALAS
Singer Mann : AIMEE
Slangy form of 60-Across : AINT
Some cosmetic surgeries, for short : LIPOS
Songwriters’ org. : ASCAP
Sprang : LEAPT
Subjects of a Roswell museum : UFOS
Superrich : LOADED
Thrill : SEND
Travel edition of a classic board game? : CARTROUBLE, LIFEONTHERUN, GOONVACATION, FLIGHTRISK
Twinkled : SHONE
Very whale-known performer? : SHAMU
Wanda of “Snatched” : SYKES
Wax sculptor Marie : TUSSAUD
Window-closing key : ESC
Woes on toes : CORNS
Worldly : URBANE
Young fellows : LADS