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New York Times – Jul 17 2018

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New York Times Crossword Puzzle Solutions – Jul 17 2018 Tuesday 

Clues Answers
@@@ ATS
Accident investigation org. NTSB
All-time low NADIR
American Eagle clothing line AERIE
Annual internet awards WEBBYS
Artoo-___ DETOO
Avocado dip, slangily GUAC
Cartoon boy who makes many prank calls BART
Children’s author Blyton ENID
Comics hero with a magic ring GREENLANTERN
Decorates ADORNS
Department store department MENS
Des Moines resident IOWAN
Devise a plot SCHEME
Diamond judge UMPIRE
Elevate to royalty ENNOBLE
Et ___ (and others) ALII
Family title with two pronunciations AUNT
Feedbag feed OATS
Fine by me OKSURE
First garden site EDEN
Flat-bottomed boat SCOW
Fuel for a fire LOG
Gibson of tennis fame ALTHEA
Half human, half machine CYBORG
In ___ (unborn) UTERO
Invented, as a new word COINED
Jackson 5 hit with the lyric “It’s easy as 1, 2, 3” ABC
Jeremy of the N.B.A. LIN
Jessica of “7th Heaven” BIEL
Jewelers’ glasses LOUPES
Lair DEN
Letters on a radio button AMFM
Like a house that might be built in a day PREFAB
Likewise ASDOI
Lost in ___ AFOG
Make fuzzy BLUR
Military raider COMMANDO
Moreover ALSO
Not square HIP
Notion IDEA
Opposite of manual AUTO
Parasite harborer HOST
Parisian evenings SOIRS
Part of a mosque from which the call to prayer is made MINARET
Peace be upon ___ (Muslim phrase about a prophet) HIM
Period of time WHILE
Prefix with center EPI
Prepares, as oneself for battle GIRDS
Product label looked for by the lactose intolerant NONDAIRY
Quidditch ball that ends the game when it’s caught GOLDENSNITCH
Responsibility for a house sitter, maybe PET
Roof style of some Corvettes TTOP
See 37-Across COLORS
Shoe blemishes SCUFFS
Slang for a hat LID
Slight MERE
Slobbers DROOLS
Smartphone predecessor, for short PDA
Something a tabby can’t resist CATNIP
Spring forward hrs. in N.Y.C. EDT
Subject of road “Xing” signs DEER
Suffix meaning “cell” CYTE
Sushi bar drink SAKE
Swain BEAU
Symbol of happiness BLUEBIRD
Tech start-up’s big moment IPO
Teeny-tiny ITSY
That lady’s HERS
Tick off RILE
Uneaten part of an apple CORE
W.W. I enemy ace REDBARON
With 40-Across, what a straight-A student passes with … or a hint to 17-, 27-, 46- and 62-Across FLYING
Worn-down pencil, e.g. NUB
You go onstage … now, e.g. CUE