New York Times Crossword March 21 2017 Answers

By | March 21, 2017

New York Times Crossword March 21 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on tuesday, march 21, 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 tuesday 21 march 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 3/21/17 answers :
… man ___ mouse? : ORA
[No info yet] : TBA
___ bark beetle : ELM
7,485 performances, for Broadway’s original “Cats” : RUN
Alleviated : EASED
Bar on a car : TIEROD
Baseball or basketball : SPHERE
Basketball inflaters : PUMPS
Bath fixture : BASIN
Be a busybody : SNOOP
Birth control method, for short : IUD
Bollywood soundtrack instrument : SITAR
Bullish trends : UPTURNS
Bully’s boast : IMMEAN
Concerning, to a lawyer : INRE
Dame ___ Te Kanawa : KIRI
Descartes’s “therefore” : ERGO
Disney World theme park : EPCOT
Disposable lighters and pens : BICS
Doctors’ org. : AMA
Dude, Jamaica-style : MON
Duke or dame : TITLE
Entrance for Santa : CHIMNEY
Family member: Abbr. : REL
Floor warning : SLIPPERYWHENWET
Genre for Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker : BEBOP
Good noise from an engine : HUM
Green govt. group : EPA
High-ranking British Parliament member : CABINETMINISTER
Humiliated : SHAMED
Ink stain : BLOT
Invitation heading : WHERE
Itchy condition : ECZEMA
It’s no bull : STEER
It’s often unaccounted for … or a hint to this puzzle’s circled letters : TASTE
Lifesavers for cops and sailors : VESTS
Lilting melodies : AIRS
Listening device : WIRE
Mack the Knife composer : WEILL
Moves briskly : TROTS
Musical with the song “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina” : EVITA
Native of southern India or northern Sri Lanka : TAMIL
Navel formation? : OUTIE
Newspaper essay : OPED
Nice location : RIVIERA
Noah count? : TWO
Office staple since the 1980s : DESKTOPCOMPUTER
Old one, in Oldenburg : ALTE
One side of a debate : PRO
Onetime telecommunications conglomerate, for short : ITT
Opposing vote : NAY
Out in public : SEEN
Paul McCartney, for one : SIR
Peach or plum : HUE
Peter or Paul, but not Mary : TSAR
Play for a patsy : USE
Pool contents? : GENES
Pound sound : ARF
Pulls an all-nighter, say : CRAMS
Sarcastic laugh sound : HAR
Seize without legal authority : USURP
Short-haired dog : PUG
Signs of healing : SCABS
Something one shouldn’t make in public : SCENE
Study at a college that doesn’t have applications? : PUREMATHEMATICS
Super Bowl-winning QB Bart : STARR
Surf sounds : ROARS
The buck stops here prez : HST
The mark of Zorro : ZEE
Trick football play : STATUEOFLIBERTY
Way or means : AVENUE
White heron : EGRET
With it : HIP
Work like Durer : ETCH
You can count on them : ABACI
You, abroad : SIE