New York Times Crossword November 2 2017 Answers

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New York Times Crossword November 2 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on thursday, November 2, 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 thursday 2 November 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 11/2/17 answers :
Was just on deck : ISUP
Busy retail area : STRIP
___ beam : LASER
Istanbul commander : AGA
Made a petty verbal attack : SNIPED
Freaks out : PANICS
“That’s it for me,” in poker : IMOUT
Life, for one : TERM
Life force : CHI
Item on the back of a pew : HYMNAL
Lip : EDGE
Period pieces : ERAS
Sea creatures that are a homophone of 47-Across : RAYS
Face With Tears of Joy, e.g. : EMOJI
Less gonzo : SANER
Toe the line : OBEY
Where Mumtaz Mahal is entombed : AGRA
One of the Gabor sisters : EVA
It may mean “I’m about to tell you you’re wrong” : IMHO
Any moment : SOON
Fine-tune : HONE
Pinch : salt :: ___ : butter : KNOB
He was emperor at 16, dead at 30 : NERO
Item by a basin : EWER
Org. with a noted weekly research journal : AMA
Work : OPUS
Storms : RAGES
European driver’s concern: Abbr. : KPH
Electrically stun : TASE
Coup result : OUSTER
Comment with the pinkie and forefinger extended upward : ROCKON
Country singer Trace : ADKINS
Where Zagazig is : EGYPT
1982 Stevie Wonder title query : DOIDO
“Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me!” medium : RADIO
It might be supporting a cast : SLING
Count of children’s literature : OLAF
Came out in : WORE
Cafe ___ : NOIR
Dunderhead : TWIT
They’re in : FADS
Arch : SLY
CPR provider : EMT
Any of the Galapagos, e.g. : ISLA
Small cape : SPIT
Step 5: A show of contempt : CHEER
Freddie Mercury or Martin Sheen : STAGENAME
S.H.I.E.L.D.’s enemy, in Marvel comics : HYDRA
Little Dipper’s place : URSAMINOR
Coming-out phrase : IMGAY
Epitome of easiness : PIE
Poppy products : OPIUMS
Noted government agent during Prohibition : NESS
Steps 4 and 6: A 1940s program : PROJECT
Car decal abbr. : AAA
Trump is often involved in these : BIDS
Step 3: An upper-class accent : ENGLISH
Site of arthroscopic surgery : KNEE
Profess : AVER
“Why, yes, I am, in fact, a cow” : MOO
Event held on the first Sunday in November, and whose path is recreated in this puzzle : NEWYORKMARATHON
Early metal? : ORE
Pizza maker John Schnatter’s nickname : PAPA
Square for a white rook, in chess notation : AONE
What each step in this puzzle lacks, in proper order : BOROUGH
Actress Issa and others : RAES
Draw on : USE
Step 2: An old baseball team : DODGERS
Trounces, slangily : OWNS
Thickset : STOCKY
Interstellar sitcom star : ALF
Pilfers : LOOTS
Many teachers disallow it in footnotes : WIKIPEDIA
Sprite in “The Tempest” : ARIEL
“Knock yourself out” : IDONTMIND
Step 1: A passenger ship since 1817 : FERRY
Bunches : TONS
Attire, informally : TOGS