New York Times Crossword March 1 2018 Answers

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New York Times Crossword March 1 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on thursday, March 1, 2018 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 thursday 1 March 2018 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 3/1/18 answers :
___ budget : ONA
___ Karakum (Asian desert) : ARAL
Annual cinema award : CESAR
Argentine author Jorge ___ Borges : LUIS
Assns. : ORGS
Attacks : HASAT
Awkward period, often : TEENS
Backslide : REGRESS
Baked pasta dish : ZITI
Band with the aptly titled album “Powerage” : ACDC
Blue area on a Risk board : EUROPE
Bohemian : ARTY
Bring about : LEADTO
Bring it on! or “Let’s rumble!” : FIGHTINGWORDS
Castle with famous steps : IRENE
Chewed stimulant in the Mideast : QAT
Classic letter puzzle — or, when parsed differently, a hint to three Down answers in this puzzle : WORDSQUARE
Conservative : TORY
Disharmonize : UNTUNE
Don’t look at me! : NOTI
Dum-dum : YOYO
Entertaining, in a way : WINING
Evening stroll : PASEO
Fictional home in Georgia : TARA
Foot: Lat. : PES
Girl’s name that’s a body part in reverse : RAE
Gritty genre : NOIR
Hardly : SELDOM
Has control over : OWNS
Haute couture inits. : YSL
Honker : NOSE
How some jokes are delivered : WRYLY
Kind of terrier : SKYE
Last-ditch : DOORDIE
Leader in white : POPE
Like goo : ICKY
Literary heroine who says “Even for me life had its gleams of sunshine” : EYRE
Mao Zedong or Mahatma Gandhi : ICON
Monsoonlike : WET
Moving right along … : ANYHOO
Narrow margin : INCH
No mas! : PAS
One might be nervous : TIC
Otherwise : ELSE
Pay a visit : DROPIN
Period when mammals first appeared : TRIASSIC
Place for a marshmallow : CUPOFCOCOA
Playwright Chekhov : ANTON
Potato harvesting aid : HOE
Pre-Olympic event : TORCHRELAY
Product with a pipe on its packaging : DRANO
Pupil surrounder : IRIS
Recommend, as an applicant : PUTINAWORDFOR
Repeat for emphasis : ITERATE
School yardstick, for short : GPA
Shape on a suspension bridge : ARC
Show of brilliance : ECLAT
Sorority letter : ZETA
Spinny billiards shot : MASSE
Spread around : STREW
Strain : SIFT
Take a header : TRIP
Take the top off : SKIM
Taxing subject, briefly? : ECON
Tee shot goof : HOOK
Texter’s qualifier : IMO
Things at the ends of dogs’ legs : PAWS
Treat as a saint : ENHALO
Up (for) or down (for) : GAME
Was on first : OPENED
Where a bowl is set : GRIDIRON
Where many people make connections : OHARE
Wide-brimmed hats : PANAMAS
Writes : PENS
Writing/editing aid : WORDPROCESSOR
Yeah, right : OHSURE