New York Times Crossword January 1 2019 Puzzle


Updated on January 1 2019 05:00


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___-Caps
___ Newton (cookie)
___ close to call
Wild
What's shaped at the gym, informally
Watergate hearings chair Sam
Vehicle with a meter
Turkey ___ king
Transmitter of freckles or blond hair
Total
Tolkien creature
Three goals in a single game
Things to stop and smell
Telescope part
Tee box sign info
Spanish food served on small plates
Somewhere across the ocean
Someone who likes to see many raised hands
Smart
Slithering killer
Similar
Short of money
Shiver from fear
Savory taste
Reason to get braces
Ranee's wrap
Quick appraisal
Push
Provoke
Popular perfume
Pitch to the head, informally
Out of commission
Nuts containing caffeine
Number of batters in a lineup
Neither a liquid nor a solid
Music staff notation
Moe, Larry or Curly
Mobile device download
Literary last words
Leap day baby, astrologically
League that used a red, white and blue ball, for short
Kids
Its lyrics tell of unrequited love
Inflated self-image
Horror-struck
Hard-to-explain skill, for short
Hammond ___, writer of 'The Wreck of the Mary Deare'
Greed or gluttony
Gordon ___, lead role in 'Wall Street'
Go off on tangents
First victim of sibling rivalry
Famous collie of radio, TV and film
Develop gradually
Defeat decisively
Darth Vader's nickname as a boy
Couple that might be snapped by paparazzi
Cocktail hour nosh
Chocolate kiss wrap
Child's plea
Caught a bite
Cash in
Car radio button
Calligrapher's tool
Call from a chair umpire
Cable news host Velshi
By way of
Break in the workday
Blood fluid
Big tub
Beehive and bouffant
Barely adequate ... or what the starts of 17-, 26-, 37- and 50-Across are
Athletic award
A, in Munich
'___ a little!'
'You're ___ to talk!'
'Now!'
'I ___ it!'
'Hmm, I don't know'