New York Times July 8 2018 Crossword Answers

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New York Times July 8 2018 Crossword Answers

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  • ‘Don’t move!’
  • ‘Holy moly!’
  • ‘I’m thinking …’
  • ‘Is this really necessary?’
  • ‘It’s a deal!’
  • ‘Keystone’ character of old comedy
  • ‘Nothing succeeds like ___’: Oscar Wilde
  • ‘Roger that’
  • ‘Safe!,’ in baseball, or ‘Safety!,’ in football
  • ‘Shoo!’
  • ‘Speed-the-Plow’ playwright
  • ‘That’s pretty obvious!’
  • ‘The Godfather’ mobster who was shot in the eye
  • ‘The Gold-Bug’ author, for short
  • ‘The Situation Room’ airer
  • ‘Three Sisters’ sister
  • ‘Wait just a sec’
  • ‘With ___ ring …’
  • ‘Young Sheldon’ airer
  • 1960s ‘It Girl’ Sedgwick
  • 1960s Haight-Ashbury wear
  • Actor / Transportation hub / Part of a broadcast
  • Actress / Mideast area / Crime
  • Add fuel to
  • All together, in scores
  • Alpo alternative
  • Barrio grocery
  • Beachgoer’s souvenir
  • Beguiled
  • Big name in vodka
  • Blockage reliever
  • Carnival performer
  • Ceiling
  • Cheer with beer
  • Clerical wear
  • Clobbers
  • Comedian / State capital / Record store section
  • Computer menu option
  • Condescending sort
  • Contact, in a way
  • Crackpot
  • Cubist of note?
  • Dash
  • Difficult journeys
  • Divvies up
  • Dog tag?
  • Dumas dueler
  • Emerald or aquamarine
  • English actor Idris
  • Fashion
  • Fashion monthly
  • Father of octuplets on ‘The Simpsons’
  • Finished behind
  • Flying Solo
  • Food drive collection
  • For
  • Gangster tracker
  • Get crazy
  • Half of a pair
  • Haunted house sound
  • Heavy hit
  • Hi or lo follower
  • High wind
  • Hip-hop subgenre
  • Hits the hay
  • Holy terror
  • How a gangly person might be described
  • Insurance filings
  • Kernel
  • Lather
  • Leg press target, informally
  • Lighter igniter
  • Like many a kilt
  • Like most light bulbs
  • Longtime ‘Inside the N.B.A.’ analyst
  • Lots
  • Major fuss
  • Make a good point?
  • Many a pageant coif
  • Message in a bottle, maybe
  • Myrna of ‘Love Crazy’
  • NPR’s ‘Planet Money’ or ‘How I Built This’
  • Obama ___
  • Once named
  • Part of a crane
  • Per unit
  • Plenish
  • Political commentator / Geographical area / Fitness routine
  • Popular self-help website
  • Primary concern
  • Princess with superpowers
  • Professor Trelawney in the Harry Potter books, e.g
  • Quite, despite expectations
  • RCA competitor
  • Regatta site since 1839
  • Related stuff
  • Roman orator
  • Sacred symbol of ancient Egypt
  • Scott of ‘Charles in Charge’
  • Seat at many a wedding
  • Shines
  • Show extreme instability
  • Singer / City / Home feature
  • Slack
  • Socialite / Resort / Store
  • Some girders
  • Some singles
  • Some sports prizes
  • Stand-alone business?
  • Staples of waiting rooms
  • Suisse peak
  • Summer swarmer
  • Take a few pointers?
  • Take over
  • Texter’s sign-off
  • Theme park annoyances
  • Third-most abundant gas in the atmosphere
  • Three-time N.H.L. M.V.P
  • Ticked off
  • Titan, Triton or Titania
  • Try this!
  • Twit
  • Undo
  • Unflappable
  • Unwitting accomplice
  • Upscale hotel chain
  • Upscale hotel chain
  • Uriah of ‘David Copperfield’
  • Warm, cozy spots
  • Way cool
  • What some Kaplan guides help prep for
  • What’s got ewe covered?
  • Word after who, what, when, where, why or how
  • Words mouthed on a Jumbotron
  • World Cup cheer
  • Zapped, in a way
  • ___ de vie
  • ___ Graham, Meryl Streep’s role in 2017’s ‘The Post’
  • ___ Perelman, classic Russian science writer
  • ___-Magnon man