Crossword Puzzle Info

New York Times – Aug 8 2018

Published in New York Times Crossword. Tags: , , , , , , .

Clues Answers
‘C’est la vie’ OHWELL
‘Don’t drink and drive’ ad, e.g PSA
‘Don’t worry about me!’ IMOK
‘In other words …’ THATIS
‘Say Yes to the Dress’ airer TLC
*Alexander Graham Bell and Elisha Gray TELEPHONE
*Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev and Julius Lothar Meyer PERIODICTABLE
*Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz and Isaac Newton CALCULUS
*Leo Szilard and Joseph Rotblat ATOMBOMB
*Thomas Edison and Joseph Swan LIGHTBULB
Actor Gibson MEL
Ages and ages EONS
An ever-increasing amount of an office workday, it seems EMAIL
Astronomer’s aid STARMAP
Band aid? AMP
Big cheese in the Netherlands EDAM
Blob on a slide AMOEBA
Bring to the majors CALLUP
Camden Yards athlete ORIOLE
Carnival setting, informally RIO
Class ILK
Concerning, to attorneys INRE
Congressional vote wrangler WHIP
Countenance MIEN
Director Browning of the original ‘Dracula’ TOD
Disney princess played in film by Emma Watson BELLE
Drive home STRESS
Dungeons & Dragons figure MAGE
Eating the forbidden fruit, e.g SIN
Emulates a Disney princess SINGS
Fails to mention OMITS
Felix or Fritz CAT
Fishhook feature BARB
Friend to a Frenchman AMIE
Garage jobs LUBES
Google search results unit HIT
Heat setting MIAMI
How the fashionable are said to arrive LATE
In the style of ALA
Clues Answers
It’s found behind a temple EAR
Key also known as ‘Option’ ALT
L.A.P.D. alert APB
Like margarita glasses SALTED
Longtime Boston Celtics executive Danny AINGE
Maytag alternative AMANA
Newspaper strip COMIC
Nigeria’s biggest export OIL
Not very likely SLIM
Notre Dame nooks APSES
Odd duck WEIRDO
Papa’s mate MAMA
Piled carelessly INAHEAP
Quaint farewells TATAS
Radames’s love, in opera AIDA
Second-most common Korean surname, after Kim LEE
See 1-Across THINK
See 1-Across MINDS
See 1-Across ALIKE
Sierra maker GMC
Smoke, for short CIG
Some college building dedicatees ALUMNI
Stadium attendance GATE
System for the deaf, for short ASL
Take ___ (doze) ANAP
Teammate of Babe on the 1920s Yankees LOU
Tear wiper TISSUE
The Goddess of Pop CHER
They go well with plaids SOLIDS
Transport to a red carpet LIMO
Venetian marketplace RIALTO
Very pixel-dense, as a TV picture INHD
Wage ___ of words AWAR
When repeated, one of the Ramones DEE
Who said ‘Grass grows, birds fly, waves pound the sand. I beat people up’ ALI
With 27-, 49- and 66-Across, phrase applicable to five innovations in this puzzle (as suggested by the starred clues) GREAT
Word with Peace or press CORPS
Worms and flies BAIT
___-mo replay SLO