Category: The New Yorker
19-November-2018 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Avoid artfully
  2. Reaganite program disparaged by Dukakis as a magic gizmo : Abbr
  3. Isolated department, in corporate-speak
  4. Coloring Book Grammy winner
  5. Aim of many a meditation practice
  6. Program whose wheels get passed around
  7. Gets
  8. Abolish ___, immigration rallying cry on the left
  9. 2008 Madonna album
  10. ___ yum (hot-and-sour soup)
  11. Field for Kristeva and Barthes
  12. Popular whole-grain cereal
  13. 1979 R. & B. No. 1 song with an oft-sampled toot-toot, beep-beep chant
  14. Wood tool for some drawers
  15. Point in California
  16. Della of Touched by an Angel
  17. ___ is no love child of jazz : Charlie Parker
  18. Vacas mate
  19. Mechanical solar-system model
  20. Padded part of a toy
  21. Debate
  22. The Canterbury Tales pilgrim
  23. Type on Grindr, maybe
  24. Malar or vomer
  25. Old film short
  26. Connections
  27. Redbone Grammy winner
  28. Tool of the Man
  29. Locked pinkies, say
  30. Coconut ___
  31. Shoots a message to, at work
  32. Liberated
  33. If on a Winters Night a Traveller writer Calvino
  34. Bagel shape, in math-speak
  35. Results of flipping
  36. It flows past Pisa
  37. Crazy Blues vocalist Smith
  38. Arethas partner in a 1989 duet
  39. Put ones foot down?
  40. Grabs (onto)
  41. Can you turn the A.C. down?
  42. According to
  43. ___-haw
  44. Fond of the side-eye or upside-down-smiley emoji, perhaps
  45. Prep tool for a cobbler, often
  46. 1996s Macarena or 1972s Schools Out
  47. ___ work, topic in the feminist economist Nancy Folbres research
  48. Politician with a doctorate in quantum chemistry
  49. Designate
  50. ___ mean a lot to me ...
  51. Watsons creator
  52. Pelvic exercises
  53. Debbie of Fame
  54. Was I right or was I right!
  55. Unit in electromagnetism
  56. Many a wedding invite, these days
  57. Old-style serif typeface
  58. Cooked on a spit, in French cuisine
  59. Sure, go for it
  60. Turn out
  61. Love going to a few different parties?
  62. Confucian text also known as the Book of Changes
  63. The Comte de la Fère, familiarly
  64. Lincoln-era topper
  65. It was considered a virtue not to talk unnecessarily at ___ ... : Hemingway
  66. Buffer material
  67. Settlers of Catan resource
  68. Jumpers line
  69. Harry Potter spell useful for those constantly losing their keys