New York Times Crossword April 10 2019 Puzzle


Updated on April 10 2019 03:00


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"So cute!"
___ of Good Feelings
Jared of "Dallas Buyers Club"
External appearance
A Lion, but not a Tiger, informally
Pestered
How curry dishes are often served
Substitute (for)
Lonely place, so they say
High-end Mercedes line
Validate
"Zip-a-___-Doo-Dah"
Magazine with an Agency of the Year award
Garment left in a cloakroom
Often-naive reformer
"Caught ya!"
Actress Thompson
Do some voice work
Given medicine
Forest giants
Everything, with "the"
Do beat work
Casts out
Brewskis
60 minutes from now
Put into categories
Computer image file format
"Commonwealth" novelist Patchett
World capital at 9,350 feet
Gas brand with a torch in its logo
On its way
Mil. morale booster
Lift : elevator :: ___ : car hood
Beethoven's Third
Where to order oysters
Possessed
Not quite a strike
Strongman player on "The A-Team"
How many times a clock's little hand goes around in a full day
Tender spots
Stephen of "V for Vendetta"
Opposite of "consumed daintily"
Swear words?
Bit of work
Oil or kerosene
Bo's'n's quarters
Mediterranean tourist attraction
As something different to do
Big name in oil
Ones who never listen to oldies?
More blue
___-lacto-vegetarian
Baseball rarities nowadays ... or a phonetic hint to the starts of 17-, 26-, 48- and 57-Across
Saturn S.U.V.
Target numbers
Acquires the film rights to
Not for kids, say
Cole Porter song from "Kiss Me, Kate"
Mavens
Hershey coconut bar
Diplomacy
Storage unit
Brooklyn Brown or Newcastle Brown
Was barely victorious, as in boxing
Yule drink
Some bonds, for short
Popped up
Swelling reducer
Mideast's Gulf of ___
A ewe for you, say