New York Times Crossword September 7 2017 Answers

By | September 7, 2017

New York Times Crossword September 7 2017 Answers and Cheats to solve the crossword game on thursday, september 7, 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 september 7 2017 daily puzzle from the clues then you can find the solution below

New York Times Crossword 9/7/17 answers :
Kind of order … or a hint to this puzzle’s unusual construction : ABC
Stephen of “V for Vendetta” : REA
OPEC units: Abbr. : BBL
Classic Camaros : IROCS
Tropical tuber : TARO
“Nothing is easier than to denounce the ___; nothing is more difficult than to understand him”: Dostoyevsky : EVILDOER
Boom box button : REC
Visibly embarrassed : ABLUSH
Reach, as an altitude : SOARTO
Push : TOUT
Singer Gorm� : EYDIE
Comes down : RAINS
Retrieves, as balls : SHAGS
British runner Sebastian : COE
___ Gaston, first African-American manager to win a World Series : CITO
“Just relax!” : CHILL
Loggers’ contest : ROLEO
Isn’t on the level : TILTS
Queen, for one : ROYAL
Bit of a giggle : HEE
“___ yellow ribbon …” : TIEA
Modern educational acronym : STEM
Something you feel in your gut? : ULCER
Things most people follow : NORMS
Word before “Yesterday” in a Tony Bennett hit and “Tomorrow” in a Sammy Kaye hit : UNTIL
Green sauce : PESTO
“That’s simply lovely!” : IADOREIT
Brandy label letters : VSO
Ones calling people out? : UMPS
Lead singer of Nirvana : COBAIN
Flared dresses : ALINES
Old-fashioned : MOSSY
Almost circular : OVATE
Setting of Hercules’ first labor : NEMEA
License to drill, for short? : DDS
Schindler with a list : OSKAR
“Hey there, tiger!” : ROWR
Let it all out : VENT
Barnyard adjunct : STY
“___ Ruled the World” (1996 Nas hit) : IFI
Opposite of old, in Oldenburg : NEU
It might precede a shower : GYM
One who settles arguments : ARBITER
Late bloomers : ASTERS
“Stay strong!” : BEBRAVE
“Awesome!” : BOOYAH
Like some information on food labels : CALORIC
Lady Bird Johnson’s real given name : CLAUDIA
Newspaper unit: Abbr. : COL
Plying with wine and roses, say : COURTING
Old TV screens, for short : CRTS
Like Nevada among all U.S. states : DRIEST
Non-P.C. suffix : ESS
___ polloi : HOI
Laugh riot : HOOT
Heading for the fence? : HOT
“Ta-ta for now!” : ILLSEEYOU
___ to one’s ears : INUP
Scarlet stigma : LETTERA
Fish that’s being reeled in : LIVEONE
Hit the top in Tetris, e.g. : LOSE
Maker of Star Wars and Indiana Jones video games : LUCASARTS
Longtime record label for Elton John and Mary J. Blige : MCA
“Love ___” (Beatles song) : MEDO
Sch. on the bank of the Charles River : MIT
Kingston dude : MON
Veteran : OLDPRO
Capital of the Land of the Midnight Sun : OSLO
Optimistic bridge calls : OVERBIDS
They’re parked in parks : RVS
People who might greet you by saying “Talofa, afio mai!” (“Hello, welcome!”) : SAMOANS
Word in many a personal ad : SEEKING
Brian’s pal on “Family Guy” : STEWIE
Former “Weekend Update” co-anchor : TINAFEY
Hungers (for) : YEARNS
Its atomic number is 39 : YTTRIUM