April 16 2016 - New York Times Crossword Answers

April 16 2016 - New York Times Crossword Answers

ClueAnswer
'Like, are you serious?!'IMEANREALLY
'This is ___'CNN
'Your table will be ready in five minutes,' possiblyLIE
A.C.C. schoolUVA
Alaska Airlines hubSEATAC
Ancient Greeks, e.gPAGANS
Assault, as a commanding officerFRAG
Bob ___, leader of Canada's Liberal Party before Justin TrudeauRAE
BolsterAID
Bond producerEPOXY
Broadway BillyELLIOT
Car engine componentINTAKEVALVE
Christmas superlativeMERRIEST
Cold medicine brandZICAM
Country's ___ Young BandELI
Distant ancestorHOMOERECTUS
Doctor of book and screenDOLITTLE
Edible Asian sproutBAMBOOSHOOT
ExpiredRANOUT
Furniture item with a rounded backBARRELCHAIR
Good to goSET
Hardly a vetTYRO
HeadCAN
How much to be above, as they sayANOTCH
Information after 'Je m'appelle ...'NOM
It might help you on your returnTAXTIP
It's found on the side of a highwayEXIT
JerksASSES
LevelSHIM
Magnum opus of SpinozaETHICS
Massachusetts' ___ CollegeOLIN
MisunderstandGETTHEWRONGIDEA
More after more?ORLESS
Much-joked-about cafeteria offeringMYSTERYMEAT
Not closeAFAR
One taking the big view, medicallyHOLIST
Only actor to appear in all eight 'American Pie' filmsEUGENELEVY
Orange snacksCHEEZITS
Org. in the documentary 'Citizenfour'NSA
Passing requirementsAYES
Patrick Stewart's adaptation of 'A Christmas Carol,' e.gONEMANSHOW
Pearl Buck heroineOLAN
Pincered creatureEARWIG
Place to get a brew in more than 11,000 U.S. locationsMCCAFE
Qts. and galsAMTS
Quack stopper, for shortAMA
Relating to element #56BARIC
Routine responsesHAHAS
Seafood shack itemBIB
Seek to explain, in a wayANNOTATE
Sir ___ Ive, designer of the iPad, iPod, iPhone and iMacJONY
Software text pageREADME
Some of them are devoted to gangstersFBICASES
Something found naturally in tomatoes and potatoesMSG
Something that may be jam-packedGLASSJAR
Southeastern EuropeanCROAT
Stopped winging it?ALIT
Stretch (out)EKE
Teacher at OxfordDON
Tess's lover in 'Tess of the D'Urbervilles'ALEC
They clear spotsADEXECS
They're historyGONERS
TickSEC
Top of an outfit?CEO
Top of the British judicial system?PERIWIG
Warmer, in a wayNEARER
Winter coatRIME
___ 10BASE
___ subtilior (musical style)ARS
___-ChapelleSTE