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New York Times August 14 2018 Crossword Answers
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‘A ___ of Two Cities’
‘Help us!,’ at sea
‘I hate the Moor’ speaker, in Shakespeare
‘Let me give you a ride!’
‘Today’ rival, in brief
Actress in ‘Do the Right Thing’ and the ‘Roots’ miniseries
Address containing ‘www’
Appear to be
Architect of the Louvre Pyramid
Article of headwear for an explosives engineer?
Article of neckwear for the Stooges?
Artist Chagall or N.B.A. player Gasol
Ballroom dance from Cuba
Beam of sunlight
Burn to a crisp
Christmas door decorations
Comedian Issa ___
Contents of jewel cases
Drug bust officers
Execs’ degrees, often
First, second or third
Frog and ___ (friends in a children’s book series)
Front and back halves of a golf course, often
Grey’s title, in the tea aisle
Groups in westerns
Groups of bison
Guitar, in slang
Had a video call with
Having a battery that’s out of juice
In the city
Install, as a light bulb
Made less difficult
Making it is a chore
Naiad or dryad
Not go together fashionwise
Noted Lakota leader
Ogre with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Pays for a hand
Peebles in the Memphis Music Hall of Fame
Period in history
Perry who lost only one case in his career
Poem with a dedicatee
Psychic’s purported ability, for short
Put up with
Put vinaigrette on, perhaps
Rewards for waiting?
Set-asides for old age, for short
Stick connected to a reel
Stone prized in China
Up to the task
Waist accessory for a Russian cook?
Wharton or Piaf
Where tapas are enjoyed
Words before an expiration date
Wrist accessory for a celebrity magazine editor?
___ Speed Wagon (old vehicle)