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New York Times – June 1 2018

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New York Times Crossword Puzzle Solutions – June 1 2018 Friday 

Clues Answers
#MeToo ___ ERA
___ Chernow, biographer whose “Alexander Hamilton” inspired “Hamilton” RON
Academy recognition, informally NOM
Arabian port ADEN
Athletic conference member: Abbr. SCH
Ball togs TUXES
Be intriguing? CONNIVE
Black ___ OPS
Blocks off DAMS
Booker’s title: Abbr. SEN
Bygone sovereigns TSARINAS
Counterparts of tannins, in wine tasting ACIDS
Course introducing functions and limits, for short PRECALC
Crowd noise BOO
Crucial hour, informally GOTIME
Dears HONEYS
Emporium MART
Errand runners LEGMEN
European carrier SAS
Extinct flying reptile PTEROSAUR
Eyeball cover SCLERA
Former fort named for a Union general ORD
Gets situated ORIENTS
Give relief SOOTHE
Go back for more, in a way REUP
Grill bit ASH
Hall-of-Fame cornerback Herb ADDERLEY
Hanauma Bay locale OAHU
Handcuff MANACLE
Health care coverage providers? SCRUBS
Hirsute character on “The Addams Family” COUSINITT
Home of Dalí’s “The Persistence of Memory,” informally MOMA
Interfraternity council pres., e.g. BMOC
Intuition, jocularly SPIDEYSENSE
Life preservers? CEREALBOXES
Madden of fashion STEVE
Mango or persimmon TREE
Masterpiece GEM
Natives for whom a state is named UTES
Netflix category DRAMAS
No-good ROTTEN
Oklahoma! aunt ELLER
Old TV’s ___ Club PTL
One manifestation of God HOLYSPIRIT
Opportunity for a lesson that wasn’t planned TEACHABLEMOMENT
Otherwise … IFNO
Poolside drink PINACOLADA
Prime rater, for short USDA
Pro FOR
Producer of 18-minute talks TED
Proposed OFFERED
Put a quick crust on SEAR
Resume datum, for short GPA
Satirical 1968 hit for the Turtles ELENORE
Shaggy do MOPTOP
Sharp ACUTE
Skill of many “S.N.L.” cast members IMITATING
Smartphone setting ALARM
Some dictionary notes USAGES
Something hoisted in celebration TROPHY
Spot-on prediction! YOUCALLEDIT
Sudden ABRUPT
The Ascent of Money historian Ferguson NIALL
They’re all talk ORALS
This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars, / This other ___, demi-paradise: “Richard II” EDEN
What the French “es,” “sont” and “sommes” all mean ARE
Winter carnival spectacle ICEPALACE
Without repeating ONCE