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We know how challenging finding the right answer can get, so we are here to help you when you are stuck… On this page you can find all the answers to New York Times Crosswords.
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New York Times Crossword Answers August 13 2019
NOTE: Click any of the clues below to find the answer
Diana who led the Supremes
Masked man’s sidekick on old TV
Norwegian city with the Munch Museum
“Hey Diddle Diddle” runaway
Rich supply of ore
Safe for youngsters
One of five Greats
Ledecky who has been named World Swimmer of the Year five times
Bill killer’s position
Bit of salt
Shankar with a sitar
Computer company with a Predator line
Soothing lotion ingredient
Valuable bar at Fort Knox
Actress Arthur with a Tony for “Mame”
Kind of testing done at Ancestry.com
“Turf” half of surf and turf
Deep-sea fishing nets
Yoked pair in a field
Flight amenity that costs extra
Backbone of a boat
Zesty chip dip
Savings plans for one’s later years, in brief
Hit the jackpot
Old camera need
Oklahoma city named for an “Idylls of the King” woman
Class for U.S. citizen hopefuls, in brief
Pols like Pelosi
Alternative to rap and R&B
Fed. monitor of workplace hazards
Small recipe amt.
Founder of Harpo Productions
Droplets seen early in the day
Tend to some p’s and q’s, say
Cause to expand, as bread
With 38-Across, like Romeo and Juliet … and like the shaded words?
Expensive dark fur
Tool for a Himalayan climber
Lowest in importance
Based on major and minor scales
H.R.s and R.B.I.s
Bitten-into apple, for Apple
“Cómo ___ usted?”
Made do despite difficulties
Finishes, as a cartoon
Desdemona, to Othello
Flower named for a goddess
Sicilian tourist draw
Prohibition and Victorian periods
Throws into the mix