New York Times Crossword January 13 2018 Answers

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New York Times Crossword January 13 2018 Answers

  • ‘Well done!’
  • ‘You don’t have to explain’
  • 1940 Fonda role
  • 2/2, in music
  • 30, on a table
  • A Musketeer
  • A smartphone has lots of them
  • Act
  • Alliance of groups against a common enemy
  • Annual June celebration
  • Blackguard
  • Bloom that’s often white or lavender
  • Camp out in the wilderness, say
  • Charles of ‘Hill Street Blues’
  • Chicken characteristic
  • Christopher Paolini best seller
  • Country music’s Mike ___
  • Croissan’wich alternative
  • Curry of the N.B.A
  • Does some runs
  • Dryish
  • Fast-food icon, with ‘the’
  • Field work
  • Former Ecuadorean ‘dollars’
  • Foxes, e.g
  • Go smoothly
  • God
  • Golfer Mickelson
  • Hernando’s ‘happy’
  • Hints
  • Hope was once its driving force
  • Leave in a hurry
  • Like an eisteddfod festival
  • London or Manchester
  • Make more powerful, with ‘up’
  • Measure of data transfer speed, for short
  • Measures of sharpness
  • N.H.L. Eastern Conference team, on scoreboards
  • Neighbor of Allemagne
  • Newfoundland or golden retriever
  • Nickname for baseball’s Orlando Hernández
  • Noted blind mathematician
  • Noted boxing family
  • One-named singer with the 2016 #1 album ‘A Seat at the Table’
  • Palma’s island
  • Parent, e.g
  • Parts of pit crews
  • Pertaining to colored rings
  • Rumpled
  • Shakespearean fencer
  • Sluggishness
  • Something with ‘three deuces and a four-speed’ in a 1964 hit
  • Spell out
  • Staff additions
  • Strand during a storm, maybe
  • Stuck-up sort
  • Successor to Churchill
  • Throw a bomb
  • Touchy subject
  • What a physiognomist studies
  • With nothing on top
  • ___ facie (legal phrase)
  • ___ stick
  • ___-deux