New York Times Crossword March 2 2018 Answers

By | March 2, 2018

New York Times Crossword March 2 2018 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on friday, March 2, 2018 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 3/2/18 answers :
___ grano salis : CUM
___ peas : WASABI
1928 Winter Olympics site : STMORITZ
1965 Michael Caine spy thriller, with “The” : IPCRESSFILE
Abbr. in an auction catalog : EST
Actor with seven Primetime Emmys : ASNER
Basics : ABCS
Behind, at sea : AFT
Big mean on campus : GPA
Car model originally called the Sunny in Japan : SENTRA
Cellphone component : DIODE
Cocktail with rye whiskey : SAZERAC
Deride : KNOCK
Did a bit of cleaning : TIDIEDUP
Dives with a tank : SCUBAS
Do some programming : CODE
Doctor Faustus novelist : MANN
Elate : SEND
Eureka! : AHA
Fixed : SET
Footwear brand since 1978 : UGG
Furthermore : AND
Gambling card game : FARO
Give it to me straight : BEHONEST
Go pirating : MARAUD
Got back (to), in a way : RSVPED
Greek cheese : FETA
Hard ___ : ATIT
Hollywood agent Michael : OVITZ
Home of Sen. Mike Crapo: Abbr. : IDA
Home to Lake Waiau : MAUNAKEA
Hosp. units : RMS
Jacket letters : ISBN
Journalist’s tool since ’67 : FOIAREQUEST
Just doin’ my job : ITRY
Keeper of the flame? : WICK
Kentucky’s northernmost county : BOONE
Kind of flour : OAT
Kiss my grits! : BITEME
Like baking dough : YEASTY
Marks on shoes : SCUFFS
Mil. address : APO
Military gathering? : INTEL
More than half of scores : DOZENS
Only daughter of Joseph Stalin : SVETLANA
Op-ed, e.g. : ESSAY
Part of an oven : TIMER
Political leader? : FRONTRUNNER
Pope when Elizabeth I took the throne : PAULIV
Programming manager’s specialty : SLOTTING
Quarry of cartoondom’s Gargamel : SMURF
Ralph Nader’s American Museum of ___ Law : TORT
Rosina Almaviva, in “Le Nozze di Figaro” : CONTESSA
Sean Hannity and Chris Hayes : TVHOSTS
Similar (to) : AKIN
Sister : NUN
Stud of the sports world? : CLEAT
Tallow source : SUET
Tennis player, to sportswriters : NETTER
The Midwest or the South : REGION
Those who’ve seen both Europe and Asia, say : ROCKFANS
Typeface that shares its name with the Roman goddess of luck : FORTUNA
Uhhh … : ERM
Unless it’s impossible : IFYOUCAN
Virus in 2003 news : SARS
W.W. I battle locale : ARGONNE
Walked over : TROD
What might help a hacker go undetected? : COUGHBUTTON
Who said “Take it from me, every vote counts” : ALGORE
You’re not in it if you’re out : CLOSET