January 20 2018 - New York Times Crossword Answers

January 20 2018 - New York Times Crossword Answers

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'Because I said so' is not one

REASON

'The Big Bang Theory' character

RAJ

A taste

SOME

Abbr. on a foundation stone

ESTD

Airing

ONTV

Aligns

TRUES

Beautiful, in Bogotá

BONITA

Big name in windows

PELLA

Blondie's maiden name in 'Blondie'

BOOPADOOP

Canine command

BEG

Changers of locks

HAIRDYES

Critically examine

VET

Democratic principle

MAJORITYRULES

Doesn't go straight, in a way

SLALOMS

Files away?

DELETES

Gigantic

TEXASSIZE

Gray head?

LEE

Grow, as sympathies

DEEPEN

Hamburger order

PLAIN

High-grade?

STEEP

Hip-hop icon born Lisa Williamson

SISTERSOULJAH

Howdy Doody and others

MARIONETTES

In ___ (untouched)

SITU

Its player may have a yen for gambling

PACHINKO

Kind of pie that's actually a cake

BOSTONCREAM

Land north of England, in poetry

SCOTIA

Like certain ecclesiastical councils

SYNODAL

Maker of thousands of cars annually

OTIS

Many necklines

VSHAPES

Material for a baking vessel

PYREX

Meals for seals

EELS

Mosaicist

TILER

Name changed in Genesis 17:15

SARAI

Nashville awards org

CMA

Nocturnal predators of fiction

MORLOCKS

Novelist who wrote 'I have no fear of depths and a great fear of shallow living'

NIN

One taking a lot of credit, maybe?

BIGTICKETITEM

Paper signed before filming begins

RELEASEWAIVER

Pasquale ___, baritone at the Metropolitan Opera

AMATO

Pomeriggio follower

SERA

Post something

SENDALETTER

Sands

SMOOTHS

Setup for a Netflix film, say

HOMETHEATER

Sly remarks?

YOS

Song royalties org

BMI

Sparta, e.g

POLIS

Spartan, e.g

HELLENE

Spot for Spot

LAP

Standard & ___

POORS

Subj. of tax exemption

REL

Term of endearment

PET

Things that cover all the bases?

ALKALIS

Tiny amount

JOT

Toadyish response

YESMASTER

Tony ___, official character voice of Donald Duck

ANSELMO

Turn on the ice

LUTZ

Turned sickly yellow

SALLOWED

Was successful in the end

PANNEDOUT

Whiskered, fish-eating creature

OTTER

William Wordsworth, e.g

ODIST