New York Times Crossword May 12 2017 Answers

By | May 12, 2017

New York Times Crossword May 12 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on friday, may 12, 2017 by typing the correct letters into correct words from question clue of across and down.
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New York Times Crossword 5/12/17 answers :
A good one is important for music : EAR
A real money maker : USMINT
Acquired : GOTTEN
Another day : TOMORROW
Apt. amenity, perhaps : TERR
Asia’s ___ Sea : ARAL
Assistance for returning W.W. II vets : GIBILL
Baby deliverer : STORK
Bank from which a check is paid : DRAWEE
Beloved “army” leader : ARNIE
Ben-___ : HUR
Betrayer : RAT
Brief bit of time, in slang : MIN
Capital on the Han River : SEOUL
Cat ___ : BALLOU
Chewing on : THINKINGABOUT
Civic animal : ELK
Close : NEARBY
Constellation next to Scorpius : ARA
Continue : DONTSTOP
Culinary general? : TSO
End of discussion! : DROPIT
First lady after Lou R : ELEANOR
First set of choices : MAINMENU
Fit : SUITABLE
Fresh : NEW
Funny Bombeck : ERMA
Heavy metal shortage? : ANEMIA
I.R.S. Form 1120 filers: Abbr. : COS
In : AMID
In the way it used to be : OLDSTYLE
Inside look? : MRI
It’s the ___, stupid! : ECONOMY
Jazz pianist Garner : ERROLL
Jibe : MESH
Jumble : MISHMASH
Laceless, say : SNAPON
Like some heavy-duty trucks : THREETON
Long, narrow land : CHILE
Longfellow character : HIAWATHA
Molieres : France :: ___ : U.S. : TONYS
Not a lot, but ___ : ENOUGH
Not miss : NOTICE
Nothing to get upset about : IGNOREIT
Nut : MADMAN
On : ASTRIDE
One of the Near Islands : ATTU
Ones in the closet? : LINENS
Order repeated before a hike : HUT
Philippines’ ___ City : ILOILO
Popular song in a children’s sing-along : ALOUETTE
Proof that a property is yours : DEED
Pulled (in) : REINED
Record producer Pettibone : SHEP
Residents of Cambridge, England : CANTABS
Services in the U.K. : TEASETS
Shelley’s “Ozymandias,” e.g. : SONNET
Smallville family : KENTS
Some headgear : DORAGS
Spoils badly : ROTS
Stone : GEM
Sweet stalk : CANE
They’re never minor : ADULTS
Things that might sense danger and scams : NOSES
Unconventional sort, en francais : BOHEME
Up to the job : ABLE
Useless : NOHELP
What the Irish breathe : AER
Where people are often told to look : ATTHAT
With it, man : HEP
Words after shake or break : ALEG
Words from a Latin lover : TEAMO