New York Times November 4 2018 Crossword Answers

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New York Times November 4 2018 Crossword Answers

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  • ‘1984’ superstate that includes America
  • ‘Anything else, or can I go?’
  • ‘Marriage Italian-Style’ star
  • ‘The Lady Is a Tramp’ lyricist
  • 2018’s debate over ‘Yanny or Laurel,’ e.g
  • Absorbed
  • Ancestry
  • Ancient Mexicas, e.g
  • Ars ___ (anagram of ‘anagrams,’ aptly)
  • As a whole
  • Awfully large
  • Became inseparable
  • Break
  • Brewery sights
  • Calls from quarterbacks
  • Casanova’s intrigues
  • Case workers?
  • Century in American politics
  • Cereal ingredient
  • Companies that need help
  • Construction on Broadway
  • Copa América cheer
  • Copper wheels?
  • Courtroom periods
  • Crank up the amp to 11 and go wild
  • Cries loudly
  • Deadbeat student at TV’s Highland High
  • Department of Buildings issuance
  • Didn’t bid
  • Document kept in a safe
  • Donny who won ‘Dancing With the Stars’
  • Early reel-to-reel devices
  • Essentially
  • Expired IDs?
  • Express
  • Field with lots of growth?
  • Food & Wine and Field & Stream
  • Ford Mustang, for one
  • Forerunners of combines
  • Game featured in 2006’s ‘Casino Royale’
  • German-Swiss author who won the 1946 Nobel in Literature
  • Give mouth-to-mouth to?
  • Goes to grab a bite, say
  • Golfing hazards
  • Greek hero killed by a giant scorpion
  • Green housewarming gift
  • Her 2018 album ‘Dancing Queen’ consists entirely of Abba covers
  • Home arena of the Bruins and Celtics
  • In the ballpark
  • It may be open for business
  • Its shell doesn’t crack
  • James of TV’s ‘How the West Was Won’
  • Joey Potter’s portrayer on ‘Dawson’s Creek’
  • Julius Caesar’s first wife
  • Keep it under your hat!
  • Leaves mystified
  • Lets out
  • Like some tires
  • Many faculty members, in brief
  • Muddling through
  • Name, as a successor
  • Old ‘It cleans your breath while it cleans your teeth’ sloganeer
  • On the take
  • Overflow
  • Painter’s roll
  • Palate cleanser in a multicourse meal
  • Pan resistant to aging
  • Paprika lookalike
  • Party of 13?
  • Petulant expression
  • Picks up
  • Places to crash on road trips
  • Presented perfectly
  • Purely academic
  • Ran into in court?
  • Receptive to new ideas
  • Reptiles that can walk on ceilings
  • Ringo Starr’s real first name
  • Rock musician with a knighthood
  • Round units?
  • Safer of ’60 Minutes’
  • Satine’s profession in ‘Moulin Rouge!’
  • Selling point?
  • Shade in the woods
  • Shiny beetle disliked by fruit growers
  • Show’s earnings
  • Sister of Tiffany
  • Slaloming spot
  • Small jumper
  • Soda brand with more than 90 flavors
  • Sort of
  • Speak sharply
  • Sphere
  • Stan who co-created Spider-Man
  • Stephen King novel with a misspelling in the title
  • Steve who co-created Spider-Man
  • Stickers forming a patch
  • Stockpot addition
  • Striker’s replacement
  • Stuff
  • Takes to the sky
  • Tommy or Jimmy of jazz
  • Torch carrier’s announcement
  • Touchscreen array
  • Travel on-line?
  • Travels by car
  • Trunk fastener?
  • Two for one?
  • U.S. Naval Academy mascot
  • Unkind, as criticism
  • Untrustworthy sort
  • Valuable possession
  • Very
  • Wearers of white hats
  • Well-chosen
  • What a crop top exposes
  • What an essay presents
  • Who once said ‘You wouldn’t have won if we’d beaten you’
  • Wigs out
  • Win every prize in
  • Word spoken while waving
  • Wordsworth wrote one on immortality
  • You can’t go back on them
  • You should avoid feeding on them
  • ___ pasta (farfalle)
  • ___ the Great (ninth-century English king)