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New York Times Crossword Answers April 17 2019
NOTE: Click any of the clues below to find the answer
Veronica ___, author of the best-selling “Divergent” series
Green and soft, say
Movie with famous “dun dun” theme music
Measurement that might be a lot?
Some Japanese cartoons
Menu item #1: A bowlful of Cap’n Crunch that’s been on top of the fridge for four years
Rhyming opposite of break
Opera term that’s sometimes a woman’s name
Austin Powers or Jack Bauer
Menu item #2: The charred remains of a slice of whole wheat
“___ Flux” (1990s sci-fi series)
Org. whose participants wear helmets
Follower of Mary
Plea concerning the menu in 18-, 26-, 53- and 64-Across?
“Eight more hours and I’m outta here!”
“Ya got that right”
Subject of a sleep lab study
Words to a backstabber
Go out for a bit
Menu item #3: A Red Delicious, assuming you find sawdust delicious
Fail to enunciate
Cow sans calf
Ben ___, pirate in “Treasure Island”
Menu item #4: Something to pour in coffee for a sour surprise
Dot on an ocean map
City in West Yorkshire
N.B.A.’s Young, familiarly
Stop sign shape
Sacrifice of square footage for location, e.g.
___ Keller, first deaf and blind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts
“He still the ___” (lyric in Beyoncé’s “Countdown”)
Word before and after yes, in the military
Below-the-belt campaign tactic
Song one loves, in modern slang
Image next to a user name
Most socially conscious
Not much light can get through it
Not satisfied, as expectations
Media lawyer’s specialty
Roll with a hole
Sound of failure
Broken bone revealers
Toy for a windy day
Ingredient in a melt
Dance done to the 2015 hit “Watch Me”
Started listening, with “up”
It gets bigger in the dark
The sky, perhaps
Broadcaster of “Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me!”