Thursday, April 27, 2017

NY Times Crossword Answers - April 27 2017

___ Lock (neighbor of Page Up)
___ Enterprises (bygone TV production company)
You might go for one at the beach
You might give them props
Wrestler Flair
With 68-Across, the circled part of this crossword
With 67-Across, what the circled part of this crossword represents
Where lakes are loughs
Utter mess
Turn in
Tribe after which the 45th state is named
Tops off?
Steak ___
Sound of contentment
See 8-Across
See 1-Across
Scots Gaelic
Reed section?
Quartet part
Picture frame?
Peeping, say
Part of the body whose name is both English and Latin
OS part: Abbr
Orange place
Open again, as a keg
Numerical prefix
Note just above C
Necessary: Abbr
Mark below a line
Manual opener
Look piercingly at
Longtime New Yorker writer Pauline
Long-running TV drama started in 2003
Like some allowances
Like a selfish attitude
Legendary N.Y.C. club, with 'the'
Lead-in to -tainment
Hotel posting
Home of The Times-Picayune, familiarly
Home of Pearl City
Hawaiian fish with a palindromic name
Having a perfect record
Gap in a tape, maybe
First commercial film with stereophonic sound, 1940
Eli and Aaron, in the Bible
Drops the ball
Do over and over
Daniel ___, first Japanese-American to serve in Congress
Cross words
CPR offerer
Core parts
Computer ___
Cinnabar, e.g
Church inits
Certain bond, for short
Canine command
Cameron of 'Charlie's Angels'
Big Ten inits
Believer in an Ethiopian Zion
Annual September TV event
Animals whose tongues flick about 150 times a minute
American Pharoah and others
Afghanistan's third-largest city
A business might have one that's fixed
'Well, isn't that something!'
'The enemy of ___ is the absence of limitations': Orson Welles
'So much fu-u-u-u-un!'
'Right back ___!'
'Inner-city' for 'black,' to some people
'I Love Lucy' neighbor
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