New York Times – Mar 28 2018

New York Times Crossword Puzzle Solutions – Mar 28 2018 Wednesday 

Clues Answers
___ elephant ASIAN
___ qua non (essential element) SINE
2008 Olympic men’s tennis gold medalist NADAL
African pest TSETSE
Air passenger’s request AISLE
Attends without an escort GOESSTAG
Aziz of “Observe and Report” ANSARI
Ballplayer Rich who started and ended his 15-year career as a Giant AURILIA
Band engagement GIG
Basilica part NAVE
Bull’s-eye, for Target LOGO
Catches in a net SNARES
Caterer’s coffeepot URN
Chacun ___ gout ASON
Chicago airport OHARE
Cloths used to collect dust RAGS
Cpl. or sgt. NCO
Creation from a kit SCALEMODEL
Didn’t speak of, as a touchy subject KEPTQUIETABOUT
Digitize, as a document SCAN
Distillery sight VAT
Doors, in Brest PORTES
End of each word in 17-, 27-, 43- and 54-Across – as well as every clue (and that’s a fact!) TEE
Fall ’75 TV debut SNL
Farthest point in an orbit APOGEE
Fashion magazine that can be read from back to front? ELLE
Fever fit AGUE
Figs. on a Stanford-Binet test IQS
Final word in a Porky Pig short FOLKS
Finally, though as important … LASTBUTNOTLEAST
First full month of D.S.T. APR
Fussy to a fault ANAL
Game similar to baccarat FARO
German dissent NEIN
Gets the lead out? ERASES
Habitat for a trout LAKE
Health resort SPA
Israeli region that includes Eilat NEGEV
Lash out at ASSAIL
Leopold’s 1924 co-defendant LOEB
Like ___, all tears: Hamlet NIOBE
Like something that can be closed tight SEALABLE
Matador’s opponent TORO
McKellen of “The Hobbit” IAN
Nascar Hall-of-Famer Jarrett NED
No. of concern in a cockpit ALT
Notorious ___ (best seller about a member of the Supreme Court) RBG
Novelist Wilson who wrote “The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit” SLOAN
Org. to call for a jump-start AAA
Org. with a Grand Esteemed Loyal Knight BPOE
Part of Iran that can get quite hot GREATSALTDESERT
Pitcher’s asset ARM
Popular early 2000s R&B artist LILMO
Psychoanalysis appt. SESS
Quite a bit LOTS
Rabbi Meir who served in the Knesset KAHANE
Red snapper, at a sushi restaurant TAI
Retouches after a fly ball is caught TAGSUP
Rimes with the 2002 hit “Can’t Fight the Moonlight” LEANN
Shape for a locket OVAL
Shedding, as weight LOSING
Singer John who was born Reginald Dwight ELTON
Sitcom cook who said “Stow it!” MEL
Something in a simile that’s dead beyond doubt DOORNAIL
Soprano Licia who performed hundreds of times at the Met ALBANESE
Suddenly showed interest SATBOLTUPRIGHT
Suffix with president IAL
Supports for a lower joint KNEEBRACES
The Muppet Show host KERMIT
The Story of ___ (1975 film by Truffaut) ADELEH
Tidal retreat EBB

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