Wednesday, October 12, 2016

NY Times Crossword Answers - October 12 2016

Wild throw, e.g
Where to see pictures on the big screen?
What an Ironman has to battle
Weaponry storehouse
Vitamin brand with an instructive name
Title 'Dr.' in an H. G. Wells story
Thinking similarly
Surgical asst
Summer setting in Seattle: Abbr
Spot for un chapeau
Spoken test
Southern side dish made with kernels off the cob
Sometimes-caramelized food
Something cut down during March Madness
Ship of 1492
Satyr's stare
Push oneself to the max
Pretentiously high-class
Prepare, as a musical score
Possible response to 'Can you pick up the kids from school?'
Possessive often containing a mistaken apostrophe
Pay to play
Part of Wonder Woman's outfit
Ones defrauding museums
Nickname for Mom's mom
Model in 10 straight Sports Illustrated swimsuit editions, familiarly
Mazda roadster
Marriott competitor
Many a college applicant's interviewer, for short
Luau souvenir
Like Venus in 'The Birth of Venus'
Like Beethoven's Symphony No. 6
Like a zoot-suiter
Light-colored brew
Last parts drawn in hangman
Land created by C. S. Lewis
Ladies' night attendee
Lack of supply
Keebler saltine brand
Journalist Wells
Jellied delicacy
Item in a swag bag
Insects on a 17-year cycle
High wind
Go completely dotty?
Gibson who was the first person of color to win a tennis Grand Slam event
Get tats
Flaps one's gums
Exec. money manager
Exciting romantic prospect
Condo building employees
Color of the Dodge Charger on 'The Dukes of Hazzard'
Canada's first province alphabetically
Bucolic locale
Boxer Ali
Bout of swellheadedness
Bottom of bell bottoms
Bit of Bollywood music
Big name in precision cutting
Asparagus spears, e.g
Actress Jessica
A Marx brother
A lot of land, maybe
'___ out walkin' after midnight' (Patsy Cline lyric)
'___ durn tootin'!'
'It's all good'