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New York Times Crossword Answers, January 1st 2017

On this page you will find all the answers to New York Times Crossword of January 1st 2017.

January 1st 2017 Answers

Clue Answer
George Eliot title surname MARNER
"Swan Lake" role ODETTE
Place for bows and strings ORCHESTRAHHALL
Corporation's head tech expert, for short CIO
Tort basis HARM
Wrap up around ENDAT
Not stay on topic RAMBLE
University associated with the Carter Center EMORY
Go-to choice, slangily FAVE
Weapon in some Call of Duty games UZI
"I didn't know that!" GEE
John Glenn player in "The Right Stuff" EDHRRIS
Fawn's mother DOE
Winter fall? AVALANCHE
Early explosive device PETARD
With 25-Down, financial regulator's requirement STRESS
See 19-Down TEST
Meteorological lead-in to stratus ALTO
Resolutely supported STOODBY
Like some salsa VERDE
"Antigone" antagonist CREON
Judge's seat BANC
Zig or zag SLUE
Capital of Belarus MINSK
Fog might push it back, briefly ETD
Hawaiian "thanks" MAHLO
"Brilliant!" GREAT
Attacks from above STRAFES
Exclusive event before public availability PRESALE
Exam with a section known as "Logic Games," for short LSAT
Fighting tooth and nail ATWAR
Japanese "thanks" ARIGATO
Made peak calls? YODELED
Unmitigated UTTER
Sin of those in Dante's fifth circle ANGER
Quarters followers SEMIS
"Pretty please?" CANTI
Instruments played close to the chest, informally UKES
"Still, after all this time ..." EVENNOW
Imitates Sylvester the Cat LISPS
Results of treaties ALLIANCES
Something to tear into, informally? HNKIE
Bounds LEAPS
Nautical sealer TAR
Yemeni capital RIAL
Immense spans EONS
It comes in tubes RIGATONI
It lays out the lines of authority ORGCHRT
Show anxiety, in a way PACE
Nag to death BADGER
Build up, as interest ACCRUE
Straight man STOOGE
Boy's name that's an Indiana city GARY
Brazilian supermodel B�ndchen GISELE
Vital lines AORTAE
Slogs away LABORS
Kind of fiber MORAL
Attach, as a patch SEWON
They're found in veins ORES
Elephant pluckers of myth ROCS
Marching band? ANTS
Venice-to-Trieste dir. ENE
___ Paulo SAO
Volunteer State sch. TSU
Card game cry UNO
Takes from page to screen, say ADAPTS
Pope with the longest reign between St. Peter and Pius VI (A.D. 67-1799) ADRIANI
Left speechless AMAZED
On the down-low COVERT
They may be sealed or broken RECORDS
Marquee locale MOVIEHTHEATER
Degree in math NTH
Gruesome MACABRE
Companion of Han in "The Force Awakens" REY
H.O.V. ___ LANE
S�n�gal summers ETES
Running figure TALLY
Players last produced in July 2016 VCRS
Epic singers BARDS
Kicks back RESTS
Rural postal abbr. RTE
Worthiness MERIT
Samberg and Serkis ANDYS
Home of the Triple-A Mud Hens TOLEDO
Gets bogged down MIRES
Vitamin Shoppe competitor GNC
Vegan sandwich filler SPROUTS
Calrissian of "The Empire Strikes Back" LANDO
One end of Paris's Champs-�lys�es ARCHWAY
Worked as a stockbroker TRADED
Capitol group USHSENATE
Designer Saarinen EERO
Post-op program REHB
Main stem STALK
Rap group inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016 NWA
Pulled off DID
Like an unswept hearth ASHY
"That Latin Beat!" bandleader CUGAT
Advantage EDGE
Drone regulator, for short FAA
Mrs., in Montreux MME
Magic Johnson, for one LAKER
Apothecary's container VIAL
She, in Spanish ELLA
Passenger jet AIRHLINER
Quinze quinze TRENTE
Actor with the line "Gentlemen, you can't fight in here! This is the War Room!" SELLERS
Fits snugly NESTS
Indra, to Hindus RAINGOD
Developer's purchase LOT
Giraffe-like beast OKAPI
What might cost you an arm and a leg? PIRANH
Washroom feature BASIN
Totally captivates GRIPS
Muzzle GAG
One who knows all the shortcuts, maybe LOCAL
Fill in for ACTAS
Game box specification AGES
Flaky minerals MICAS
"Mind ... blown!" WHOA
Glue trap brand DCON
Tolkien meanie ORC
Beverage with a floral bouquet ROSETEA
Hedge fund pro ARB
Farmer's market alternative GROCERYHSTORE
West Coast city known as the Track and Field Capital of the World EUGENE
Mischievous sort RASCAL
Miles away NOTNEAR
Candy known for its orange wrapping REESES
Muss up TOUSLE
Things always underfoot INSOLES

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