New York Times Crossword October 30 2016 Answers

By | October 31, 2016

New York Times Crossword October 30 2016 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on sunday, October 30, 2016 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 sunday 30 october 2016 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 10/30/16 answers :
‘Don’t quit ___ now!’ : ONME
‘Fine, see if I care!’ : BETHATWAY
‘Goes’ : SAYS
‘I’ll take care of that’ : ONIT
‘Stro, e.g : ALER
‘___, She Wolf of the SS’ (1975 cult film) : ILSA
*1968 Peter O’Toole drama, with ‘The’ : LIONINWINTER
*2000s group with three eponymous Disney Channel films, with ‘the’ : CHEETAHGIRLS
*Athletic footwear once promoted by Pelé : PUMASNEAKERS
*Enzo Ferrari called it ‘the most beautiful car ever made’ : JAGUARXKE
*Showy orange bloom : TIGERLILY
*Something spotted on a runway? : LEOPARDPRINT
1000, 1500 and 2000: Abbr : YRS
1998 Faith Hill hit that describes ‘perpetual bliss’ : THISKISS
Able to practice, say : LICENSED
Acronym for an outdoor fantasy game : LARP
Actress Balaban : LIANE
Actress Polo : TERI
Ages and ages : EON
American ___ : SAMOA
Angel who visited Joseph Smith : MORONI
Annual California music festival : COACHELLA
Artist Magritte : RENE
Assess : EYE
Astronaut Shepard : ALAN
Axis foe : ALLIES
B flat equivalent : ASHARP
Band with the 1991 #1 hit ‘Unbelievable’ : EMF
Banned pollutants : PCBS
Barb : GIBE
Best Supporting Actress nominee for ‘Birdman’ : EMMASTONE
Best-selling PC game before The Sims : MYST
Bled : RAN
Bo’sun for Captain Hook : SMEE
Browser button : RELOAD
Chest bones : STERNA
Cold-weather conveyance : SLED
Cold-weather conveyance : SNOCAT
Colt 45 brewer : PABST
Comes together : GELS
Composer Satie : ERIK
Convert chips to money : CASHIN
Coronas, e.g : CIGARS
Corsica et d’autres : ILES
Digging : INTO
Dirección geográfica : ESTE
Eagerly seized : LEAPTAT
Eats : CHOW
Employments : USES
Endure, in an expression : BEARIT
Event code-named Operation Neptune : DDAY
Exam with logic games, briefly : LSAT
Faction in ‘Twilight’ fandom : TEAMJACOB
Familiar folks : KITH
Fancy-schmancy : POSH
Fantasy creatures : ORCS
Flipped : GONEAPE
Football gear : PADS
Funny Schumer : AMY
Get bored (of) : TIRE
Glitz : GLAM
Godzilla foe : MOTHRA
Half of a 1960s pop group : PAPAS
Hit musical with the song ‘N.Y.C.’ : ANNIE
Home to Hernando : CASA
Implied : TACIT
In view : SEEN
Intimidates : COWS
J.F.K. tower grp : ATC
Kemo ___ : SABE
Kind of theater : IMAX
Lie on the beach : BAKE
Lie on the beach : SUNTAN
Like nonprescription meds : OTC
Like sardines : OILY
Lip : SASS
Loudly acclaim : HAIL
Lush : WINO
Make a ‘T’ gesture in basketball : CALLTIME
Make sense of : SORTOUT
Margarine : OLEO
Minnesota athlete : GOPHER
Miss ___ (late TV psychic) : CLEO
Not go home by curfew : STAYOUT
Numerical prefix : OCTA
Odysseus, by birth : ITHACAN
One plus one? : ELEVEN
One side of the climate change debate : DENIERS
One talking on the phone, nowadays? : SIRI
Part of a wheel : COG
Part of P.S.U.: Abbr : UNIV
Place : LIEU
Plant malady caused by overwatering : ROOTROT
Pops : BURSTS
Popular sleep aid : UNISOM
Possible paths : OPTIONS
Prefix with -pathy : SOCIO
Prefix with -stat : HEMO
Prince and others : ROYALS
Pro : FOR
Pulitzer-winning Edward : ALBEE
Reading comics, doing crosswords, etc : ESCAPISM
Recruiting org : ROTC
Rehab attendees : ADDICTS
Result of Québec’s vote to leave Canada : NON
School in Berkshire : ETON
Set (against) : PIT
Setting for a sunset on the Seine : SOIR
Settles snugly : ENSCONCES
Shelf supports : LBARS
Small change : DIME
Some acids : AMINOS
Some contraceptive devices : IUDS
Soon enough : ANON
Sounds after a magic trick : OOHS
Split : BROKEUP
Start of many congregation names : BNAI
Streamlet : RILL
Suit : EXEC
Symbol of wisdom : ATHENA
Tailor’s need : TAPE
Target audience of Out magazine : GAYS
Teacher’s head count : PUPILS
Tech help station : GENIUSBAR
The fingers of a hand, e.g : PENTAD
The princess in ‘The Princess Diaries’ : AMELIA
Things found at the starts of the answers to the six starred clues : MACOPERATINGSYSTEMS
Threw out : TOSSED
Tinder and others : APPS
U.S. base site in the Pacific : OKINAWA
U.S.C.G. rank : CPO
What sweet gestures may mean : ALOT
When sung five times, a 1974 Rolling Stones hit : DOO
Whitman sampler? : POEM
Who said ‘Revolutions are the locomotives of history’ : MARX
With reason : SANELY
Woman of whom it’s begged ‘Please don’t take my man,’ in a 1973 hit : JOLENE
Woodrow Wilson was the only U.S. prez to have one : PHD
X-ray, e.g : IMAGE
___ Boston (luxury hotel) : TAJ