New York Times Crossword March 30 2018 Puzzle


Updated on March 30 2018 05:00


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___ tide
___ chain
With the bow, in music
Ubiquitous Chinese character
Toshiba competitor
Tom of old late-night TV
Tie-breaking shots in soccer: Abbr
Thunderous sound
Terror in Arthur Conan Doyle's 'The Lost World'
Summer drink with caffeine
Style setter?
Stupid
Stupid
Strict, demanding parent
Spike
Some of Lockheed Martin's business
Slithery
School cafeteria food, stereotypically
Safe place to crash
Riles
Refuse to drop
Preceder of first
Plant from another country
Pavarotti standard whose name means 'My Sunshine'
Offshore
Nikon competitors
Most-applied-to school in the U.S
Low-lying areas
Like some reactions
Like some jacket hoods
Like many Christmas traditions
Like a three-pitch inning
Just what the doctor ordered
Jerk
Jell-O maker
Italian poetic form
It may pack a punch
Hit 1970s sitcom
High-profile merger, e.g
Hammer's end
For three: Fr
Ethel Mertz, on 'I Love Lucy'
Essayist's writing
Egg warmer
Does some diamond cutting?
Doctor's wear
D.O.J. branch
Cousins of Drama Desk Awards
Common ingredient in baked beans
Committed
Choppers
Chicago airport code
Businesses often near beaches
Broadside, maybe
Backspin producer?
Asia's ___ Darya River
A rutabaga is a cross between a cabbage and this
___ tide
'Your work inspires me'
___ chain
'Your Love Is King' singer, 1984
With the bow, in music
'Works every time'
Ubiquitous Chinese character
'No bet,' in poker
Toshiba competitor
'Jeez, that's a shame!'
Tom of old late-night TV
'I won't be back till late'
Tie-breaking shots in soccer: Abbr
'God created ___ so that Americans would learn geography' (line attributed to Mark Twain)
Thunderous sound
'Enough!'
Terror in Arthur Conan Doyle's 'The Lost World'
'And I get dumped on again'
Summer drink with caffeine
'Ain't that somethin'!'
Style setter?
'100 Years ... 100 Movies' org
Stupid
Stupid
Strict, demanding parent
Spike
Some of Lockheed Martin's business
Slithery
School cafeteria food, stereotypically
Safe place to crash
Riles
Refuse to drop
Preceder of first
Plant from another country
Pavarotti standard whose name means 'My Sunshine'
Offshore
Nikon competitors
Most-applied-to school in the U.S
Low-lying areas
Like some reactions
Like some jacket hoods
Like many Christmas traditions
Like a three-pitch inning
Just what the doctor ordered
Jerk
Jell-O maker
Italian poetic form
It may pack a punch
Hit 1970s sitcom
High-profile merger, e.g
Hammer's end
For three: Fr
Ethel Mertz, on 'I Love Lucy'
Essayist's writing
Egg warmer
Does some diamond cutting?
Doctor's wear
D.O.J. branch
Cousins of Drama Desk Awards
Common ingredient in baked beans
Committed
Choppers
Chicago airport code
Businesses often near beaches
Broadside, maybe
Backspin producer?
Asia's ___ Darya River
A rutabaga is a cross between a cabbage and this
'Your work inspires me'
'Your Love Is King' singer, 1984
'Works every time'
'No bet,' in poker
'Jeez, that's a shame!'
'I won't be back till late'
'God created ___ so that Americans would learn geography' (line attributed to Mark Twain)
'Enough!'
'And I get dumped on again'
'Ain't that somethin'!'
'100 Years ... 100 Movies' org