New York Times Crossword March 30 2017 Answers

By | March 30, 2017

New York Times Crossword March 30 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on thursday, march 30, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 3/30/17 answers :
*Anthem writer : MICKEY
*Discussion venues : FORMICA
*Onetime White House nickname : MICRON
*Shade of black : COMICAL
*What may keep a model’s weight down? : BALSAMIC
*Word after North or South : POLEMIC
___ cards (tools used in ESP testing) : ZENER
___ homo : ECCE
___-haw! : YEE
2014 psychological thriller based on a Gillian Flynn novel : GONEGIRL
About 5 mL : TSP
Adorns : TRIMS
Airheaded : SPACY
Baby ___ Want You (1971 hit by Bread) : IMA
Bro or sis : SIB
Brought in : IMPORTED
Capital of Swaziland : MBABANE
Caught : SNARED
Dramatic ending to a performance … or a hint to answering the six starred clues : MICDROP
Elevator stop : FLOOR
Ever-changing : PROTEAN
Famed deli seen in Woody Allen’s “Manhattan” : ZABARS
Fatty acid, for one : LIPID
Florida pro team : RAYS
Frances Moore ___, author of the best-selling “Diet for a Small Planet” : LAPPE
German cries : ACHS
Give one’s opinion on, say : REACTTO
Hear me out … : LISTEN
Hosp. procedure : MRI
HUD secretary Carson : BEN
It comes at the end of a sentence : FREEDOM
It’s just getting out of ___ and getting into another (John Lennon on death) : ONECAR
It’s usually in the 80s or 90s : OCTANE
Metal containers : ORES
Milling byproduct : BRAN
More substantial, as a paycheck : FATTER
Most-nominated woman ever in the Grammys : BEYONCE
Music genre that spawned a fashion style : EMO
Not esto or eso : OTRO
Not getting up until after 10? : KOED
One may close a book : ENDNOTE
One with a job to fill? : DENTIST
Padded envelope : MAILER
Poetic “indeed” : EEN
Pop singer Halliwell : GERI
Put a new tag on : RELABEL
Rarest state bird : NENE
Rocky Mountain forager : MULEDEER
Shamble, e.g. : GAIT
Something that may be found in a belt : ASTEROID
Something that’s long and steep? : LIMO
Somewhat : ABIT
Start of a Beatles title : OBLA
Start of a kids’ taunt : LIARLIAR
Support : UPHOLD
Take from the top : SKIMOFF
The Disrobing of Christ painter, 1579 : ELGRECO
The Green Hornet’s masked driver : KATO
Traffic caution : SLO
Trials : ORDEALS
Turner of music : CDPLAYER
Unexpectedly met : RANINTO
Vague notion : INKLING
Visiting the nation’s capital, for short : INDC
Walked (on) : TROD
Watches every penny : SCRIMPS
Way overcharge, say : ROB
What it takes decades to grow : OLD
Wood resistant to splitting : ELM