Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Crossword Puzzle Help 15/11/2016

Daily Crossword Puzzle Solutions - Answers for daily Newspapers: New York Times, LA Times, Usa Today, Newsday, Universal, Washington post and more.

What many writers write on
Bar drink taken in one gulp
Home to French silk makers
Certain tax-free investment, for short
Capital in a Cole Porter song
Newswoman Logan
Uncouth one
Finish pitching in a lopsided game
Wrigley Field events since only 1988
Sleep like ___
Trash-toting transport
Entertain grandly
Moves like a whirlpool
Judy Jetson's kid brother
Barely beat
English lockup
Shag or bob
2016 award for each Cub
Kind of blitz
Its inaugural flight was from Geneva to Tel Aviv
Opposite of baja
The year 254
Backbone-related
Blog annoyances
Balls
Racer Yarborough
Hall-of-Famer known as Mr. Cub
Things proofreaders look for
Western tribe
Curse of the Billy ___, Cubs 'jinx' that ended in 2016
Tinker to ___ to Chance (Cubs double play combo)
Concern for beachcombers
What you may think of
The former Mrs. McCartney
Went 90, say
'My Kind of ___ (Chicago Is)'
Favorite
Mideast capital supposedly founded by a son of Noah
Boy with a bow and arrow
Chicken salad ingredient
Ascend
Some early PCs
Glimmered
Decide to play for pay
Internet finance firm
Stadium walkways
Ballpark frank
Kylo ___, Adam Driver's role in 'Star Wars'
Thrilling
PC brand
Matures
'Picnic' playwright
'What ___ tell you?'
Toy block brand
Oscar : films :: ___ : ads
Hall-of-Fame sportscaster Harry who regularly led the Wrigley Field crowd in singing 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game'
Modest reply to a compliment
Secret plan
Familiar sayings
Hoopsters' hoops
Cubs' divisional rivals: Abbr.
Stat for Jon Lester
Burros
Like some humor
Country whose capital is more than 4,500 feet above sea level
Unique feature of Wrigley Field
Allow to
What many writers write on
First place
Some wrap holders
Targets of close shaves?
Cub, e.g.
Withdraw gradually
Something whiffed
Buster Brown's canine sidekick - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/New-York-Times-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-November-15th-2016-#sthash.QJMtdOKK.dpuf

Judge
Board used on nails
Cable TV athletic award
Neutral shade
Low-lying areas
Moussaka meat
Halifax hold
Popular tablets
Market pessimist
'Scarface' director
Eager to listen
Gives a recap
Blu-ray buy
Big name in beauty products
Object of adoration
Get a look at
Army NCO
Escort who explains museum exhibits
Hold (down)
It may be sung in Italian
Brian of figure skating
Algerian seaport
Cash closing?
Like some last words
Transfer to a new city briefly
Org. interested in tattoos in 'Blindspot'
Bad way to run
Cotton twill fabric
Low islet
Gain altitude
Gambler's techniques
Gandhi's title
Type of bargain
Palo Alto-based automotive company
When Hamlet dies
Significant other
It might be forwarded
Pakistan neighbor
Seal-hunting swimmer
Amethyst shade
Anderson who portrayed a sexy radio station receptionist
Draft pick?
Univ. supporter often
Additional
Cyberjunk
Light source
Grassy expanses
Satisfactorily skilled
Disorganized
Milk dispenser
Louisville race
Uncanny skill for short
Temperamental performer
Eased
West Coast gas brand
Charitable relief effort
Ready to explode
Neutral tone
What the runner-up didn't attain
Big name in faucets
Like many King novels
Fails to pursue
They may be in distress
Big Apple store
Cable station for film buffs
They're often prepared with hot water
List component
Questionnaire choice perhaps
Running on fumes say
French Open feature
Is under the weather
___ Vegas
'In other words …'
Words offering assistance
Large military encroachment
He portrayed Albert Goldman in 'The Birdcage'
Neeson of 'Non-Stop' - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/Washington-Post-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-November-15th-2016-#sthash.r4DGkSTO.dpuf

Swampy area
High-___ image
Go skyward
'Aladdin' discovery
'Hey, take it easy!'
Pasty-faced
Shipwreck hunter's aid
Valerie Harper sitcom
Makes hazy
In recent days
Reebok's parent
W.C. Fields persona
Gusto
Cheerleader's accessory (var.)
Adams of 'Her'
Packs up and leaves
Doozy
Pull an all-nighter, say
Refuse to grant
At any point
Number of people polled, say
It has a 'long arm'
The Buckeyes' sch.
Velodrome athlete
Dusk, to a bard
Get comfily close
Batting .000
Elects (to)
City bond, in brief
March 15, e.g.
Hamstring locale
Cinderella's stepsisters vis-a-vis Cinderella
Made calm
Country singer David Allan
Segments of musicals
Mark of shame
With 57-Across, light fishing gear
Tom, Dick and Harry
In ___ (before birth)
Lifeboat lowerer
Asparagus morsel
End of a New Year's Eve song
Flaps one's gums
CX-9 automaker
Many real estate transactions
What Blu-ray provides . . . and what each of 17-, 27- and 45-Across is
Sister channel of TMC
See 4-Down
The Engineers' sch.
Bookbinder's tool
Bernadette of 'The Jerk'
Angry with
Clef, for example . . . or 59-Across
Agile for one's age
'I think,' to texters
Advil competitor
GQ's target audience
Flaps of skin under some animals' chins
Mai tai ingredient
Socially polished
Fond du ___, Wisc.
Tartan-clad group
Conforming to an appearance code . . . or 59-Across
Former 'The Voice' judge Green
32-Across emblems
Auntie, to Mom
Set aflame
Some washers and dryers, for short
W-2 org.
Eligible for Mensa . . . or 59-Across
Paid reluctantly
Like Pisa's famous tower
Wheels for a big wheel
Org. defending free speech
Some flubbed golf shots - See more at: http://crosswordpuzzlehelps.com/clue/Usa-Today-Crossword-Puzzle-Solutions-November-15th-2016-#sthash.dO5Jfm0a.dpuf

Wobbly dessert
Will beneficiary
Where to see the Sun, the Sky and the Stars: Abbr
Walk heavily
Vintner's tub
Video game initials
Use too much of, briefly
Treat, as table salt
Trailer park parkers
The eyes have them
Surfer's destination
Stuff to sell
Stuck-up sort
Standard eggs purchase
Source of post-toilet training anxiety
Slender woodwind
Sharp-tasting
Separates for the wash
Say further
Rock to music
Rock groups?
River through western Germany
Reach through the air
Quick-as-lightning Bolt
Quick punches
Question of method
Question of identity
Purple shade
Purges (of)
Pres. who developed the 36-Across
Play with Lincoln Logs, say
Peat source
Pal
Packing rope
Not employed
Murphy's __
Many SAT takers
Man of La Mancha
Male in the hive
Major blood vessel
Lyrical lines
Like an arm in a sling
Letters on a law office door
Knowledge seekers
Itty bit
Island strings
Illumination units
Have __: know someone
Great Lake bordering four states
Great Depression recovery program
Govt. bill
Goodyear product
Get no credit for, in school
Flower source
Florida island
Flat-package furniture chain
Finish in front
Drachma replacer
Dingbat
Desert plant suggested by this puzzle's circles
Dashboard feature
Companion of Bashful
Coffee hour vessel
Chevy's plug-in hybrid
British noblewomen
Bldg. coolers
Birdlike
Big name in puzzle cubes
B&Bs
Artist nicknamed the 'Pope of Pop'
Apt to malfunction, as wiring
And others, in bibliographies
Altoids container
Actor Cariou of 'Blue Bloods'
'The Night Of' channel
'The Hot Zone' virus
'Did you __?!' - See more at: http://crosswordssolver.net/clue/L.A.-Times-Daily-Crossword-Answers---Nov-15-2016#sthash.DrTsUuDx.dpuf

Withdraw gradually
What you may think of
What many writers write on
What many writers write on
Western tribe
Went 90, say
Unique feature of Wrigley Field
Uncouth one
Trash-toting transport
Toy block brand
Tinker to ___ to Chance (Cubs double play combo)
Thrilling
Things proofreaders look for
The year 254
The former Mrs. McCartney
Targets of close shaves?
Stat for Jon Lester
Stadium walkways
Something whiffed
Some wrap holders
Some early PCs
Sleep like ___
Shag or bob
Secret plan
Racer Yarborough
PC brand
Oscar : films :: ___ : ads
Opposite of baja
Newswoman Logan
Moves like a whirlpool
Modest reply to a compliment
Mideast capital supposedly founded by a son of Noah
Matures
Like some humor
Kylo ___, Adam Driver's role in 'Star Wars'
Kind of blitz
Judy Jetson's kid brother
Its inaugural flight was from Geneva to Tel Aviv
Internet finance firm
Hoopsters' hoops
Home to French silk makers
Hall-of-Famer known as Mr. Cub
Hall-of-Fame sportscaster Harry who regularly led the Wrigley Field crowd in singing 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game'
Glimmered
First place
Finish pitching in a lopsided game
Favorite
Familiar sayings
Entertain grandly
English lockup
Decide to play for pay
Curse of the Billy ___, Cubs 'jinx' that ended in 2016
Cubs' divisional rivals: Abbr
Cubs slugger with 609 home runs
Cub, e.g
Country whose capital is more than 4,500 feet above sea level
Concern for beachcombers
Chicken salad ingredient
Certain tax-free investment, for short
Capital in a Cole Porter song
Buster Brown's canine sidekick
Burros
Boy with a bow and arrow
Blog annoyances
Barely beat
Bar drink taken in one gulp
Balls
Ballpark frank
Backbone-related
Ascend
Allow to
2016 award for each Cub
'What ___ tell you?'
'Picnic' playwright
'My Kind of ___ (Chicago Is)' - See more at: http://crosswordssolver.net/clue/New-York-Times-Crossword-Answers---Nov-15-2016#sthash.weuJbRjm.dpuf

Tournament round
Toolbox item
Tarzan's transport
Tarzan's jungle family
Take up, as a strategy
Sweet drink
Sweeping
Skiers' hangout
Since way back when
Signal
Show to be true
Seattle-to-San Diego dir
Rival of Fleur, Cedric and Harry in the Triwizard Tournament
Revival settings
Reddish brown
Red hue
Reallocate to a different purpose
Prop for the Grim Reaper
Philharmonic instruments
Pencil remnants
Partridge part
Paper first published in May 1912
Opposition group
On any occasion
October birthstone
Not neg
Music's Kanye
Move carefully
Mister's purpose
Little piggies, say
Landlord's income
Julianne of 'Still Alice'
Improvise with fellow musicians
Immigrant's night sch. course
Hoses down, perhaps
Hoof sound
Hole ___ (course feat)
Hole in a block of Swiss?
Highway divisions
Hemingway nickname
Has title to
Hands and feet
Grand Canal setting
Fishing nets
Fails ignominiously, in slang
Ear part
Diogenes's quest
Decays
Cud chewers
Cruise liner features
Cribbage markers
Commotion
Collar
Chinese chairman
Children's ailment going around the Post's office?
Calls for
Boom's counterpart
Boom type
Blows one's top
Blender product
Bistro posting
Bird model carved out of pine?
Biblical brook?
Bar ice
Balls, e.g
Atop
Arabian Peninsula nation
Acquisition from a shelter
1975's top-grossing movie
'Tomorrow' singer
'That was close!' - See more at: http://crosswordssolver.net/clue/Wall-Street-Journal-Crossword-Answers---Nov-15-2016---Crab-Bag#sthash.8555OCiU.dpuf

Wheels for a big wheel
What Blu-ray provides . . . and what each of 17-, 27- and 45-Across is
W.C. Fields persona
W-2 org
Velodrome athlete
Valerie Harper sitcom
Tom, Dick and Harry
The Engineers' sch
The Buckeyes' sch
Tartan-clad group
Swampy area
Some washers and dryers, for short
Some flubbed golf shots
Socially polished
Sister channel of TMC
Shipwreck hunter's aid
Set aflame
Segments of musicals
See 4-Down
Refuse to grant
Reebok's parent
Pull an all-nighter, say
Physical attention-getter
Pasty-faced
Paid reluctantly
Packs up and leaves
Org. defending free speech
Number of people polled, say
Mark of shame
March 15, e.g
Many real estate transactions
Makes hazy
Mai tai ingredient
Made calm
Like Pisa's famous tower
Lifeboat lowerer
It has a 'long arm'
In ___ (before birth)
In recent days
High-___ image
Hamstring locale
Gusto
GQ's target audience
Go skyward
Get comfily close
Former 'The Voice' judge Green
Fond du ___, Wisc
Flaps one's gums
Flaps of skin under some animals' chins
End of a New Year's Eve song
Eligible for Mensa . . . or 59-Across
Elects (to)
Dusk, to a bard
Doozy
CX-9 automaker
Country singer David Allan
Conforming to an appearance code . . . or 59-Across
Clef, for example . . . or 59-Across
City bond, in brief
Cinderella's stepsisters vis-a-vis Cinderella
Cheerleader's accessory (var.)
Bookbinder's tool
Bernadette of 'The Jerk'
Batting .000
Auntie, to Mom
At any point
Asparagus morsel
Angry with
Agile for one's age
Advil competitor
Adams of 'Her'
32-Across emblems
'I think,' to texters
'Hey, take it easy!'
'Aladdin' discovery - See more at: http://crosswordssolver.net/clue/USA-Today-Crossword-Answers---Nov-15-2016#sthash.s4SPhPMx.dpuf

Words offering assistance
When Hamlet dies
What the runner-up didn't attain
West Coast gas brand
Univ. supporter, often
Uncanny skill, for short
Type of bargain
Transfer to a new city, briefly
They're often prepared with hot water
They may be in distress
Temperamental performer
Significant other
Seal-hunting swimmer
Satisfactorily skilled
Running on fumes, say
Ready to explode
Questionnaire choice, perhaps
Popular tablets
Palo Alto-based automotive company
Pakistan neighbor
Org. interested in tattoos in 'Blindspot'
Object of adoration
Neutral tone
Neutral shade
Neeson of 'Non-Stop'
Moussaka meat
Milk dispenser
Market pessimist
Low-lying areas
Low islet
Louisville race
List component
Like some last words
Like many King novels
Light source
Large military encroachment
Judge
It might be forwarded
It may be sung in Italian
Is under the weather
Hold (down)
He portrayed Albert Goldman in 'The Birdcage'
Halifax hold
Grassy expanses
Gives a recap
Give off
Get a look at
Gandhi's title
Gambler's techniques
Gain altitude
French Open feature
Fails to pursue
Escort who explains museum exhibits
Eased
Eager to listen
Draft pick?
Disorganized
Cyberjunk
Cotton twill fabric
Charitable relief effort
Cash closing?
Cable TV athletic award
Cable station for film buffs
Brian of figure skating
Board used on nails
Blu-ray buy
Big name in faucets
Big name in beauty products
Big Apple store
Bad way to run
Army NCO
Anderson who portrayed a sexy radio station receptionist
Amethyst shade
Algerian seaport
Additional
'Scarface' director
'In other words ...'

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