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New York Times Crossword July 17 2019 Crossword Answers
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The number of letters in this clue’s answer
New moon or full moon
Give a casual greeting, in modern lingo
Candy that the lovers [circled letters] on Valentine’s Day
More deadpan, as humor
Some pro cameras, for short
Shepherd slain by Cain
Politician that the voters [circled letters] to Congress
Traditional time to start work
Occur, as complications
Terrific, in dated slang
Something most people lie about?
Quick trips that the busy person [circled letters] around town
Olympics squad in red, white and blue
“Auld Lang ___”
“___ thank me later”
Suitable for all ages
Books that Victorians [circled letters] for cheap
Alternatives to wagons
One step down on the evolutionary scale
Elite party attendees
Luxury vehicle that the motorist [circled letters] on the highway
Part of a multimedia ad campaign
Apple’s first location?
Action to collect on a debt
Shorthand, for short
“Buona ___” (Italian greeting)
Dish that may come with a spork
Org. that regulates I.S.P.s
Still in the box
File box filler
Blanc who voiced Bugs Bunny
Mr. or Mrs.
Queen guitarist Brian May has one in astrophysics
Friend of Hamlet
Place to hide a card, perhaps
___ Combs, Hall-of-Famer who played for the 1920s-’30s Yankees
Other, in Oaxaca
Surname of national security advisers under both Bush 43 and Obama
Word with dark or graphic
Headrest for a couch napper, say
T, in an honor society’s name
Five to six feet high, roughly
Turns the dial (to), say
Chastise in no uncertain terms
Like some football kicks
Over the horizon
Products of some orchards
Sped-up part of a contest commercial
Ed of “Elf”
Molecule with A, C, T and G
Green branch, for short