New York Times Crossword November 1 2017 Answers

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New York Times Crossword November 1 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on wednesday, November 1, 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 wednesday 1 November 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 11/1/17 answers :
Place for a nest : LIMB
“You’ve got to be kidding!” : OHCOMEON
Forbidden zone : NOGOAREA
English horn, e.g. : REED
Lee who directed “Life of Pi” : ANG
Melted marshmallows, e.g. : GOO
Friendly relations : AMITY
See 7-Across : GOLD
The whole enchilada : ALL
Actress Dash of “Clueless” : STACEY
Bagel choice : SESAME
Rubber stamp go-with : INKPAD
Scrubs up, say : PREPS
Noah of “The Daily Show” : TREVOR
You might give him the business : SON
Pollutant that’s a portmanteau : SMAZE
Lady friend, in Lille : AMIE
Bit of office greenery : FERN
Letter in an honor society’s name : PHI
Utterly absurd : INANE
Food giant that merged with Heinz in 2015 : KRAFT
Sea, colloquially : BRINY
Bob who lost to Bill : DOLE
Connection between banks? : BOAT
Lode analysts : ASSAYERS
Emission from radioactive decay : GAMMARAY
Letters before Beagle or Bounty : HMS
One of about 400,000 in the United States : CHURCH
Water park sound : SPLASH
Canadian $2 coin, informally : TOONIE
Person or thing : ENTITY
Polynesian finger food : POI
“That’s ___, son” (Foghorn Leghorn catchphrase) : AJOKE
___-walsy : PALSY
Logan of CBS News : LARA
North-of-the-border force: Abbr. : RCMP
D-Day vessels: Abbr. : LSTS
“Spy vs. Spy” magazine : MAD
Grammy category since 1988 : RAP
First in a Latin 101 trio : AMO
Chaney of horror movies : LON
Low-quality paper : RAG
Winner of the four tennis majors and Olympic 8-Down : AGASSI
“Heaven forbid!” : IHOPENOT
Like lava or magma : MOLTEN
Ewan who played Obi-Wan Kenobi : MCGREGOR
“Let me find out” : ILLASK
Rode the ump, say : BOOED
Abbr. on a sign at a town line : ESTD
Mushroom part : CAP
Mall aid : MAP
Cabbage with crinkly leaves : SAVOY
Hurricane relief org. : FEMA
Japan’s national fruit : PERSIMMON
Excited, with “up” : KEYED
Weeder’s tool : HOE
Depilatory brand : NAIR
“I’m c-c-cold!” : BRR
Out of it : INADAZE
Kenneth who played the title role in 1989’s “Henry V” : BRANAGH
I : ONE
Salon job : COIF
Houston of Texas : SAM
Engraved pillar : STELE
Ghostly figures : PHANTASMS
Southern side : PONE
Wearing a scowl : POUTY
Cars are “parked” in it : JAM
Cars are parked in it : LOT
Place to hole up : LAIR
Part of 52-Down : ROYAL
With 56-Across, lunchbox snacks … or a hint to the black squares before 18-, 29-, 35- and 45-Across? : ANIMAL
See 54-Across : CRACKERS
Bollywood soundtrack instruments : SITARS
Persistently emphasize : HAMMERAT
The early 20th century, for vaudeville : HEYDAY
Unexpectedly come (by) : POP
GPS part: Abbr. : SYS

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