Saturday, January 14, 2017

New York Times Crossword Answers, January 15th 2017

On this page you will find all the answers to New York Times Crossword of January 15th 2017.

January 15th 2017 Answers

Clue Answer
Genre for TV's "Stranger Things" SCIFI
First name in late-night CONAN
W. Coast air hub SFO
When tripled, symbol of evil SIX
Toddler garment ONESIE
Amber, e.g. RESIN
Hand-held dish that doesn't crunch SOFTTACO
Outback animal EMU
Blue Cross competitor AETNA
Muddy mixture SLURRY
Makes fizzy AERATES
Network standard for smartphones, for short LTE
Recipe abbr. TSP
Time to go home CURFEW
Skinny INFO
Truck driver? DIESELFUEL
And so on: Abbr. ETC
Alphabet string RST
Panegyric EULOGY
Boater's wear LIFEVEST
Is off ERRS
Foul-smelling FETID
Set of principles ETHIC
"Will ya look at that!" ILLBE
Kind of computing CLOUD
Foe of the Cheyenne PAWNEE
Something set in a meeting AGENDA
Insect that spends its larval stage inside a fruit FIGWASP
Hot tubs SPAS
Knight club MACE
Car company that owns SolarCity TESLA
Golfer's need SCORECARD
"There it is!" VOILA
Grand EPIC
Source for "Book of the Marvels of the World," circa 1300 POLO
Chinese philosopher Mo-___ TZE
Part of a club selling clubs PROSHOP
Well-ventilated AIRY
After ___ (to some extent) ASORT
'Fore ERE
HBO political satire VEEP
Non-prophet group? ATHEISTS
Sch. in Knoxville UTENN
Dowdies FRUMPS
Nickname for a Gilded Age businessman with a penchant for jewelry DIAMONDJIM
"In Trump We Trust" author, 2016 ANNCOULTER
Distillery item CASK
Not we THEY
"That deep, blue, bottomless soul," per Melville OCEAN
Part of un jour HEURE
Ghost story? ATTIC
Most fit ABLEST
Awkward time at family movie night SEXSCENE
New York City's ___ River EAST
Almost falls TEETERS
Amps, with "up" PSYCHS
Vehicle at a ski resort SNOCAT
Light cotton fabric MUSLIN
Long arm RIFLE
Covered in frost RIMED
Pass over ELIDE
Gather REAP
See 123-Across OIL
Troop grp. BSA
Roll call response in une �cole ICI
Wernher ___ Braun VON
Scale note SOL
Dutch financial giant ING
Govt. org. that offers a monthly "Puzzle Periodical" NSA
Kind of kick SCISSOR
Product of evaporation SEASALT
Apple product CIDER
Brunch menu heading OMELETS
Parts of college courses UNITS
Sources of stress for many modern workers INBOXES
Part of the Dept. of Transportation FAA
Channel buildup SILT
Packers' grp.? NRA
Old tabloid fodder UFOS
Piece still under consideration for a magazine? INDEFINITEARTICLE
Org. concerned with water quality EPA
Balsa or balsam TREE
Budgetary excess FAT
Signal meaning "no disease on this ship" YELLOWFLAG
Hurt sharply SMART
Workers in some labs, informally TECHS
Interminable task SLOG
"___ Must Die" (Claude McKay poem) IFWE
"Village" newspaper that's namby-pamby? PASSIVEVOICE
Bull's urging BUY
Fashion guru Tim GUNN
Behave ACT
___ of reality DOSE
Admitted (to) COPPED
Jacket material TWEED
Percolate SEEP
The "kid" in "Here's looking at you, kid" ILSA
Kia model RIO
Common flower that's poisonous to eat AZALEA
Santa's nieces and nephews? RELATIVECLAUSES
Indiana Jones trademark FEDORA
___ department REC
Uber-owned company that makes self-driving trucks OTTO
Agreement PACT
Result of a year-end review, maybe RAISE
"That so?" OHYEAH
Also-ran for the golden apple, in myth HERA
"I don't reckon" NAH
Home to Weber State University UTAH
Obama's signature health law, for short ACA
Like shoppers worrying about getting the right gift? PRESENTTENSE
___ pad MEMO
Scheduled to arrive DUEIN
Like kitsch TACKY
Fleet for many a commuter airline PROPPLANES
Doctor's orders, for short RXS
Japanese soup MISO
Specimen, for example: Abbr. SYN
Prohibitionists DRYS
Craggy peak TOR
Several CBS dramas CSIS
Short, for short LIL
The Prada that one really wants? OBJECTIVECASE
Part of a postal address for a G.M. plant FLINTMI
Thomas of the N.B.A. ISIAH
___ Aquino, Time's Woman of the Year in 1986 CORAZON
With 113-Down, product of flax LINSEED
Miners' aids LAMPS
Women's fashion magazine INSTYLE
Warning before lunging ENGARDE

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