Crossword Puzzle Info

New York Times – February 7 2019

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New York Times – February 7 2019


Across

1. Wrangler, for one : JEEP
5. Things kids sometimes draw : LOTS
9. Carriages in Kew Gardens : PRAMS
14. Band with a slash in its name : ACDC
15. Occur to, with “on” : DAWN
16. ___ Cinemas, second-largest theater chain in the U.S. : REGAL
17. Be hot under the collar : BOIL
18. Snap, Crackle and Pop, e.g. : TRIO
19. Dweller on the Arabian Sea : OMANI
20. “No one can get in a fight by himself,” informally : TAKESTWOTOTANGO
23. Rum cocktail : ZOMBIE
25. Robert Burns’s “since” : SYNE
26. Starting point for a platypus : EGG
27. Steam : IRE
28. Some Windows systems : NTS
30. Is nostalgic for : MISSES
32. Classic song with the lyric “I’ll see you in my dreams” : GOODNIGHTIRENE
36. What you may call it? : NOUN
37. S. Amer. land : ECU
38. Air condition? : WIND
42. World traveler since 1985 : CARMENSANDIEGO
47. What’s honed on the range? : GOLFGAME
50. Put pressure on : TAX
51. Downed a sub? : ATE
52. Goethe’s “The ___-King” : ERL
53. Like the German article “der”: Abbr. : MASC
56. Welled (up) : TEARED
58. Flip out … or a hint to eight answers in this puzzle : GOOVERTHEEDGE
61. Diamond datum : ATBAT
62. Adjutant : AIDE
63. Progenitor of the Edomites, in the Bible : ESAU
66. Old Scottish title : THANE
67. What optical readers do : SCAN
68. Staples of “Poor Richard’s Almanack” : SAWS
69. Sir William ___, medical pioneer : OSLER
70. Far from subtle actors : HAMS
71. Pro side : AYES
Down
1. Dig, in a way : JAB
2. Writer Umberto ___ : ECO
3. Where Copy and Paste appear : EDITMENU
4. School tech class site : PCLAB
5. Some expensive dental work : GOLDTEETH
6. Rows : OARS
7. Jerks : TWITS
8. Having a white blanket : SNOWY
9. Body building block : PROTEIN
10. San ___, Italy : REMO
11. Banded stones : AGATES
12. Get along : MANAGE
13. Babies in a pond : GOSLINGS
21. Powerful checker : KING
22. “I’ll spring for it” : ONME
23. National park in Utah : ZION
24. Latin word on a dollar bill : ORDO
29. Pipe part : STEM
31. Basted, e.g. : SEWN
33. Indigenous Peruvian : INCA
34. Whack : ICE
35. Littlest piggy : RUNT
39. “My assumption is …” : IDARESAY
40. Time of day, in ads : NITE
41. Archived document : DEED
43. Current device : AMMETER
44. Delivery door location, often : REAR
45. Silky cottons : SATEENS
46. Fired : AXED
47. Opposite of staccato : LEGATO
48. Foams : FROTHS
49. Universal : GLOBAL
54. Supply that no one’s supposed to find : STASH
55. Second-longest-running Broadway musical ever (after “The Phantom of the Opera”) : CHICAGO
57. A very long time back : AGESAGO
59. Provider of directions to a farmer : VANE
60. Mild cheese : EDAM
64. Wow : AWE
65. ___ Constitution : USS