New York Times Crossword March 2 2017 Answers

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New York Times Crossword March 2 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on thursday, march 2, 2017 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 2 march 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 3/2/17 answers :
A, in Iberia : UNA
Ancient Iranian : MEDE
Andalucía’s land : ESPANA
Argentine footballer : MESSI
Bad-smelling animal : SKUNK
Blasting material : TNT
Blends or conglomerates : UNITES
Brash and belligerent : PUSHY
Caucasus capital : TBILISI
Checkup imperative : SAYAH
Color like indigo : BLUE
Conquered insomnia : SLEPT
Cornering challenges : ESSES
Country with voodooists : HAITI
Deck with a Justice card : TAROT
Doesn’t do anything : IDLES
Dwellings for castaways : HUTS
Effortless quality : EASE
Emulates Nicholson : ACTS
End of the question is … : ADOUBLEDACTYL
Fastest Olympian : USAINBOLT
Feel some repentance for : RUE
Footwear with lozenges : ARGYLESOCK
Garbage disposal site : DUMP
Handle adversity : COPE
Having a benefit : OFUSE
Having more clumpiness : CAKIER
Here’s what the answer is … : EMILYDICKINSON
How’m I doin’? pol : EDKOCH
Ice hockey’s Robitaille : LUC
Idaho motto word : ESTO
In the posterior : HIND
Island with Diamond Head : OAHU
Issa of comedy : RAE
Letters for Out readers : LGBT
Make, in arithmetic : ARE
Medical sorcerer : SHAMAN
More of the question is … : HASANAMETHATS
Mug in a rathskeller : STEIN
Muscle maneuverer : OSTEOPATH
Muslim minority : SHIA
Nervous and fidgety : ANTSY
Notice the absence of : MISS
One in a jury box : PEER
Oompah-pah instrument : TUBA
Org. for the Pelicans : NBA
Paraprofessional : AIDE
Part of a tennis match : SET
Payment for tenancy : RENT
Physics class eponym : VOLTA
Place known for pampering : SPA
Place to play Centipede : ARCADE
Pose in an interview : ASK
Proven as accurate : SHOWN
Pungently odorous : ACRID
Quarrel or fight about : DISPUTE
Rainy day rarity : TAXI
Really quite taken with : ATTACHEDTO
SoHo’s metropolis : NYC
Sound from a meadowland : MOO
Speak indecisively : HEM
Start of a question is … : WHATFAMOUSPOET
Starter of limericks : THERE
Thomas the clockmaker : SETH
Toodles, in Twickenham : TATA
Tool for a lumberjack : AXE
Total for scorekeepers : TALLY
Troubadour offering : LAY
Wife in “The Godfather” : KAY
Winger of “Shadowlands” : DEBRA
Words of enlightenment : ISEE
Youngest Gabor sister : EVA
Yugoslav dictator : TITO
Zero, in soccer scores : NIL