New York Times Crossword March 18 2018 Answers

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New York Times Crossword March 18 2018 Answers

  • ‘As you wish, Captain!’
  • ‘From your lips to God’s ears’
  • ‘Look Who’s Talking Too’ and ‘2 Fast 2 Furious’: Abbr
  • ‘Sticks and Bones’ playwright David
  • ‘There are no atheists in foxholes’?
  • ‘We ___ the Champions’
  • ‘Who’s interested?’
  • ‘___, sing America’ (start of a Langston Hughes poem)
  • 1979 exile
  • A.C.C. powerhouse
  • Abbr. that’s sometimes doubled or tripled
  • Accumulation
  • Addressee of a waiter in a French restaurant
  • Animal with a trunk
  • Aries
  • Atonement
  • Attys.’ titles
  • Bagel variety
  • Basic French question
  • Big name in computer networking
  • Birdie
  • Bishop’s group, once
  • Bone: Prefix
  • British sports automobile
  • Catherine’s husband in ‘Wuthering Heights’
  • Change the color of again
  • Charles de Gaulle’s birthplace
  • Comment by a Brit down to his last coin?
  • Cries of surprise
  • Curl one’s lip
  • Dancer Duncan
  • Email address ending
  • Ending of the Bible
  • Engaged in
  • English county
  • Expert
  • Exposes
  • F.D.R. job-creating prog
  • Frequent subject of paintings by Winslow Homer
  • Gardner of ‘Mogambo’
  • Gone to great lengths
  • Greek cross
  • Hard-shell clams
  • Have a little ice cream delivered?
  • Heinrich ___, ‘Die Lorelei’ poet
  • Hershey brand
  • Huck Finn possessive
  • Indochinese language
  • Informal sleep option
  • Instruments played on Mount Olympus
  • Interest’s opposite
  • Interrogate a founding father?
  • Iraq War danger, for short
  • Irish form of ‘Edmund’
  • It’ll take you for a ride
  • Joe of ‘Home Alone’
  • Judas’s question to the Lord
  • Kept others awake, maybe
  • Kind of harp
  • Kind of leap
  • Kingdom in Tolkien’s ‘The Lord of the Rings’
  • Largest lake in South America
  • Like freelance work, often
  • Like rope
  • Like the first man-made space satellite
  • Man’s name that comes from an English noble
  • Mark the beginning of
  • Medieval weapon
  • Members of an Oklahoma tribe
  • Metallic S-shaped piece
  • Middling mark
  • Mimic’s activity
  • Monarch who’s fine and dandy?
  • More sound
  • More than a millennium
  • More trendy
  • N.W.A’s ‘Straight ___ Compton’
  • Navy petty officer: Abbr
  • Nordstrom rival
  • North Dakota-to-Michigan hwy
  • Not so common
  • Nuisance
  • Number for two
  • One getting shooed
  • One knocking out an opponent in the first round?
  • One of 100: Abbr
  • Ones moving with the aid of pseudopods
  • People: Prefix
  • Picasso and Braque, for two
  • Pope who excommunicated Elizabeth I
  • Prefix with -graphic
  • Presidential inits
  • Progressive rival
  • Publisher Arthur ___ Sulzberger
  • Response to an oversharer
  • Rumpus
  • Russian council
  • Seamstresses, at times
  • Sentient ones
  • Ser : Spanish :: ___ : French
  • Sheik’s land, for short
  • Some gametes
  • Some summer wear
  • Song woman who’s asked ‘Darlin’, won’t you ease my worried mind?’
  • Spanish snack
  • Stops yapping
  • Strong bond?
  • Subject of the mnemonic ‘Men Very Easily Make Jugs Serve Useful Needs’
  • Suffix in Sussex
  • Suffix with trick
  • Supermodel Bündchen
  • Suspend
  • Taj ___
  • Teeming
  • Term for a hole in Swiss cheese
  • Terminate
  • The so-called ‘Flying Kangaroo’
  • They’re added on bus. lines
  • Things with colons inside them
  • Tip of a missile
  • Token in the game Life
  • Tremors?
  • Trophy alternative
  • True
  • TV’s ‘Growing Up ___’
  • Uganda’s Amin
  • Unappreciative sort
  • Unsatisfying answer to ‘Why?’
  • Update, say
  • Veg out
  • Was a rat
  • Was wide open
  • Western wear
  • What the earth and many political analysts do
  • With celerity
  • With vehemence
  • Word aptly found in ‘controlled’ and ‘marshaled’
  • Words of resignation
  • Words that can’t be heard, for short
  • ___ Indianapolis