New York Times Crossword Answers - Apr 19 2017



___ worse than death
___ Island Red (fowl type)
___ Dillon, lead role on 'Gunsmoke'
Worry about, informally
Worries for Great Depression banks
Words before 'so sue me'
Word that can follow the ends of 20- and 54-Across and 4- and 26-Down
What the keys are to a pianist?
What pros handle things with
What a radius is part of
Two-faced god
Troubling reverie
Trattoria order?
Tipples circumspectly
They could be represented by a cartoonist's wavy lines
Tanning element, informally
Suffix with acetyl
Soulful Redding
Some, in Seville
Some SAT takers: Abbr
Slippery swimmers
Shoelace tip
Shape-shifter of Norse mythology
Shade of blue
Scottish city that lent its name to a cattle breed
Salutation among Winnie-the-Pooh and friends
Prefix with classical
One who was wished a long life, in old French cheers
One side of a longstanding feud
Olympic gymnast Strug
Nyasaland, today
Not statistically based, as evidence
Negates
Nascar Hall of Fame locale: Abbr
Mystery writer Nevada ___
Mo. of Thomas Jefferson's birthday
Low-___
Log painted deceptively to look like a cannon
Like some magicians' assistants, apparently
Landscaping tool
Just make
Italian wine town
It's measured by the Richter scale
Hunky-dory
Holder of encumbered property
Hamilton biographer Chernow and others
Gold in a pond?
Flips through, as TV channels
Feedbag bits
Famously reclusive Hollywood legend
F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'Two for ___'
Eyelashes
Exercise-induced euphoria
Eight-year Clinton cabinet member
Early capital of Alaska
Earlier: Abbr
Drink often garnished with a cherry
Cry before curtsying or taking a bow
Comes (from)
Classic song with the lyric 'Whatever happened to my Transylvania twist?'
Best Picture loser to 'Kramer vs. Kramer'
BBQ platter side
Autograph collector's enclosure, for short
Artist ___ de Toulouse-Lautrec
Andean animal with expensive wool
1917 dethronee
'___ the Law' (Steven Seagal picture)
'___ and Forget' (classic humor piece by James Thurber)
'La Cage aux Folles' enterprise
'Fly ___ spurn thee ...' : Shelley
'Do ___ others ...'

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