New York Times Crossword Answers - October 18, 2014

New York Times Crossword Answers - October 18, 2014

Clue

Answer

'A hint of lovely oblivion,' per D. H. Lawrence

SLEEP

'Annie ___,' old Scottish love song

LAURIE

'Batman' villain ___ al Ghul

RAS

'Consider it done'

WILCO

'Sheesh!'

MAN

'Stop' at 44-Across

AVAST

'The thing is ...'

SEE

'Wait ___!' ('Hold on there!')

AMIN

Abandoned storage units?

LASERDISCS

Actor with Adam Sandler in 'Funny People'

ERICBANA

Aid for clumsy thumbs

AUTOCORRECT

Atlantis section

NOSECONE

Bakery purchase

TORTE

Be full

TEEM

Big things on Capitol Hill

EGOS

Brand once plugged by John Madden

TINACTIN

Car radio button

SEEK

Certain punch

AWL

Classic British cars that pioneered in rear engines

COOPERS

Cobbler, at times

SOLER

Competition where the last one standing wins

ROLEO

Connecting word

VIA

Court star Nadal, informally

RAFA

Current setting

SEA

Dish whose name comes from the Latin for 'ink pot'

CALAMARI

Droids have them

APPS

Egg chair designer Jacobsen

ARNE

Exceed

OUTSTRIP

First Christian martyr

STEPHEN

Former Zairian leader Mobutu ___ Seko

SESE

Gomer's biblical husband

HOSEA

Grip

CLASP

Integral course of study, briefly?

CALC

Kvass component

RYE

Leave one's company?

DESERT

Letters with a view

IMO

Like some business letters

DICTATED

Literary figure whose name is a letter short of something he wrote

POE

Modern kind of campaign

KICKSTARTER

Native Arizonans

YUMAS

Noted avoider of the color red

CRIP

One in a one-on-one session

TUTEE

One who didn't make it to the office?

ALSORAN

Oner

RAREBIRD

Order

FIAT

Pants part

CROTCH

Pap

DAD

Part of a bar code?

AGELIMIT

Parts of the Navy's full dress blues

ASCOTS

Really move

HUSTLE

Recognize

CITE

Say 'amen,' say

AGREE

Scorpio hunter of film

DIRTYHARRY

See 30-Across

HEEP

Sharp

ASTUTE

Some military settings?

MESSKITS

Start of a cartoon cry

YABBA

Statistical method for comparing the means of two groups

TTEST

Strong ale, in British lingo

STINGO

Stuck

COHERED

Subject of 'The Word' on the first episode of 'The Colbert Report'

TRUTHINESS

The Joker, e.g

PSYCHOPATH

They may be picked up by dogs

SCENTS

Walking very quietly, say

ONTIPTOE

Waste of a vote?

CHAD

When repeated, aerobics class cry

STEP

Wile

RUSE

With 14-Down, literary yes-man

URIAH

Wrestler Flair

RIC

Xerox option: Abbr

LTR