New York Times Crossword October 2 2017 Answers

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

New York Times Crossword 10/2/17 answers :
‘Fancy seeing you here!’ : OHHI
‘Fingers crossed!’ : IHOPE
‘It’s all ___ to me’ : GREEK
‘My Country, ___ of Thee’ : TIS
‘Sad to say …’ : ALAS
A B C D E F G : MUSICNOTES
A B C D F : LETTERGRADES
A B O : BLOODTYPES
Affirmative : YES
Ages and ages : EONS
B C F H I K N O P S U V W Y : CHEMICALSYMBOLS
Bar mitzvah or communion : RITE
Big Apple inits : NYC
Bridal path : AISLE
Bundles of hay : BALES
Butcher’s offerings : MEATS
Campbell’s container : CAN
Car with the slogan ‘Truth in engineering’ : AUDI
Centrally located : FOCAL
Chicken pen : COOP
Cool : HIP
Cottage or cabin : ABODE
Cow’s chew : CUD
Cry upon getting a tough crossword clue : AHA
Distort, as data : SKEW
Drop-___ (surprise visitors) : INS
East Indies tourist destination : BALI
Electrician’s alloy : SOLDER
Exemplify : EMBODY
Eye affliction : STYE
Fairy tale character who leaves a trail of bread crumbs in the forest : HANSEL
Fitting : APT
French affirmative : OUI
G R X : MOVIERATINGS
Gardening tools : HOES
Gas company famous for its toy trucks : HESS
Glass of ‘This American Life’ : IRA
Have a bug, maybe : AIL
Hay storage areas : LOFTS
Impudence : SASS
It comes between chi and omega : PSI
Jessica of ‘Sin City’ : ALBA
Jump in an ice rink : AXEL
King of Naples in ‘The Tempest’ : ALONSO
Lecherous figure of myth : SATYR
Lie back : RECLINE
Longest and strongest bone in the human body : FEMUR
Longtime Time magazine rival, briefly : USNEWS
Major highway : ARTERY
Merriment : FUN
Narrow inlet : RIA
Not the main choice: Abbr : ALT
One of a hundred in Scrabble : TILE
One who’s back from war, informally : VET
Opposite of ‘neath : OER
Paul who sang ‘Eso Beso’ : ANKA
Physicist Enrico : FERMI
Plan that’s ‘hatched’ : SCHEME
Play and film about a 1977 series of interviews with a former president : FROSTNIXON
Prefix with conscious or freak : ECO
Reassuring touch : PAT
Rough on the eyes or ears : HARSH
Salmon or sole : FISH
Sign of healing : SCAB
Slippery 1-Across : EEL
Some Wharton degs : MBAS
Somersault : FLIP
Spicy dance or dip : SALSA
Stops : CEASES
Strands in a cell? : DNA
Swarm (with) : TEEM
Taj Mahal material : MARBLE
Take it easy : LOUNGE
The same : ALIKE
Utterly ruined, informally : SHOTTOHELL
Yam or turnip : ROOT
___ of Sandwich : EARL
___ Pet (1980s fad item) : CHIA