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New York Times – May 4 2018

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New York Times Crossword Puzzle Solutions – May 4 2018 Friday 

Clues Answers
___ machine (restaurant fixture) LATTE
___ Olvidados (1950 Luis Buñuel film) LOS
1940s P.M. ATTLEE
Animal with a big bite, informally CROC
Apt rhyme for “casino” RENO
Arrivals in “Arrival,” for short ETS
Becomes successful TAKESOFF
Breakfast item in a box EGGO
Bring (out) TROT
Brit’s exclamation ISAY
Comparatively twisted WRIER
Computer menu heading FILE
Constitutional WALK
Contemporary of Hosea AMOS
Crown holders TEETH
Dentist’s direction OPENWIDE
Director Anderson WES
Eats HAS
Evangelist’s exhortation REPENT
Exact revenge legally SUE
Fixed rate SETFEE
French city where an English/French treaty was signed in 1420 TROYES
Freshwater minnow REDFIN
Gave secondhand? REDEALT
Good name for an optometrist IRIS
Gossipmonger YENTE
Gray area? ANATOMY
Have a good time PARTY
How about we get started?! LETSDOTHIS
Indiana Jones pursuit IDOL
Involve ENTAIL
It has a large holding area VAT
Keeper of the books, for short CPA
Lack of polish INELEGANCE
Lay eyes on ESPY
Liberal arts dept. PSY
Long-running procedural CSI
May I help you? YES
Mere rhetoric is not enough MONEYTALKS
Natural seasoning SEASALT
Not a team player REF
Not eat FAST
One of the Greats? ERIE
One signatory to the Treaty of Fort Laramie SIOUX
One who gets the show on the road IMPRESARIO
Org. found early in the phone book AAA
Plant tissue XYLEM
Pool surface FELT
Portend LOOM
Private eyes TECS
Proceed on one’s way WEND
Put together ADD
Research done outside the lab FIELDTRIAL
Sci-fi writer McCaffrey, who was the first woman to win a Hugo for fiction ANNE
Sharp ACID
Slangy turndown NAH
Snack at a county fair or baseball park CARAMELCORN
Some animal tissue FAT
Some hand waves HIS
Stunners TASERS
Subversive use of computers to promote a political agenda HACKTIVISM
Texting preamble IMHO
The K.C. Chiefs are in it AFCWEST
Tsp. or tbsp. AMT
What has a lot in store for you? ONESTOPSHOP
What the middle of the U.S. is usually on, for short CDT
What’s not going anywhere? STAYCATION