New York Times Crossword Sunday 7th May 2017 Answers

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New York Times Crossword 7th May 2017 Answers All Levels

Doktor Faust’ composer – BUSONI
‘Star Trek: T.N.G.’ counselor – TROI
‘___ Sleeps Over’ (classic children’s book) – IRA
1981 and 1988 World Series-winning manager – LASORDA
1983 7x platinum Billy Joel album, with ‘An’ – INNOCENTMAN
1988 Olympics locale – ALBERTA
Acoustics unit – BEL
Balding – THINONTOP
Be on K.P., in a way – WASHDISHES
Beginnings of life – OVA
Blemish – MAR
Bonds – ADHERES
Bovarism – EGO
Breakout of a sort – ACNE
Brood – STEW
Camp sight – COT
Center of a blowout, maybe – BEERKEG
Circuit – LOOP
Crush – STOMPON
Currently into something – ONAKICK
Eloise creator Thompson – KAY
Feature of only two letters – DOT
Former home of the Colts – RCADOME
Herb of PBS’s ‘Ciao Italia’ – OREGANO
Hinge (upon) – RELY
Insect, e.g – HEXAPOD
Intifada locale – GAZASTRIP
Isn’t resolute – WAFFLES
It disappears after rising – LAP
It may be just a bit – PART
It’s often picked up in bars – SOAP
Italian bread that’s become toast? – LIRA
Japanese import that debuted in 1982 – SENTRA
John in a suit? – DOE
Jurist’s seat – BANC
Land – ACREAGE
Like some chest pain – ANGINAL
Long stretch – ERA
Lost all patience – HADIT
Lot – DESTINY
Marine fish related to the cod – HAKE
Moves unpredictably – ZAGS
Noah’s predecessor – STEWART
Old switch extension – EROO
One asking for Ahmed Adoudi, say – CRANKCALLER
One who won’t give kids a shot? – ANTIVAXXER
One who’s gotten good marks? – SCAMARTIST
Overnight letter? – INN
Partners in many lesbian couples – FEMS
Play and movie about a noted 1977 series of interviews – FROSTNIXON
Prefix with -genous – ENDO
President Peres – SHIMON
Rapper with the debut album ‘Hard Core’ – LILKIM
Rows – SCRAPES
See 52-Across – BIGS
Setting for Red Sox games: Abbr – EDT
Sibilate – HISS
Sly depiction, often – ACTIONHERO
Some sorority women – KAPPAS
Start of a sequel, sometimes – SON
Stick back in the water? – RESOAK
Sticks in the water? – OARS
Suggestive transmission – SEXT
They’re not complex numbers – SOLI
Torment – AGONY
Urban lab transporter, maybe – PETTAXI
Vandal – HUN
What’s more in Madrid? – MAS
Who said ‘Politics is war without bloodshed’ – MAO
Winner of the 1998 Masters and British Open – MARKOMEARA
With 51-Across, two steps away from AA, informally – THE
___ school – GRAD

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