Thursday, January 12, 2017

New York Times Crossword Answers, January 13th 2017

On this page you will find all the answers to New York Times Crossword of January 13th 2017.

January 13th 2017 Answers

Clue Answer
Bank deposit PLASMA
Record stat for major-leaguer Rickey Henderson STOLENBASES
Running event TENK
Slam DIS
Title role in a 1993 film ... which sounds like a prize the film won OSKAR
Unimpressed BLASE
Character who dies at the end of "Little Women" BETHMARCH
Editorial reversal STET
Burkina Faso neighbor GHANA
Here-there connection NOR
Require (of) ASK
Jazzman Montgomery WES
The first one was a modified Ford D-Series truck POPEMOBILE
What a meow may mean FEEDME
Grammy-nominated 2011 Lady Gaga album BORNTHISWAY
Aphrodisia LUST
Dug stuff ORE
Bonus upon signing, e.g. LURE
Adjudicate DECIDE
George Dickel product RYEWHISKY
___ and violins (music pun) SAX
Some French votes OUIS
Without any filler PURE
Newsstand offering, informally MAG
Change with the times EVOLVE
Intuits SENSES
Big name in shapewear SPANX
Start to malfunction ACTUP
Author with a restaurant at the Eiffel Tower named for him VERNE
Like Hansel and Gretel in the forest LOST
Bead producer? PORE
Part of the works COG
"How Sleep the Brave," e.g. ODE
28-Down, e.g. SIN
Handle preceder AKA
After the hour PAST
Lou who wrote "Exporting America" DOBBS
Plague, with "at" GNAW
Instrument with a bent neck LUTE
Defraud, in slang HOSE
Very much ATON
Recreational sites not designed for walkers SKATEPARKS
Is a bad loser, say SULKS
Family name in Sir Walter Scott's "The Bride of Lammermoor" ASHTON
Fr. title MME
Zimbalist of old TV EFREM
One of the renters in Steinbeck's "Tortilla Flat" PABLO
Founder of the American Shakers ANNLEE
Sweet pitcherful ADE
Important word to a marriage counselor OUR
New homeowner's feeling, maybe BUYERSREMORSE
@fakechucknorris, for one PARODYACCOUNT
Diorama, maybe MUSEUMEXHIBIT
Updated art? ARE
Wrap (up) SEW
Things to do after dinner DISHES
Painter's primer GESSO
President who said "If you want to see your plays performed the way you wrote them, become president" HAVEL
Secret ending IVE
Word before or after state POLICE
Ricoh rival EPSON
They're "family" COSANOSTRA
Pride : lions : parliament : ___ OWLS
God for whom a weekday is named ODIN
Real stinker SKUNK
All-nighter, maybe RAVE
Like high school and college students of the '80s-'90s, e.g. GENX
Competitive and outgoing, say TYPEA
Views EYES

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