New York Times Crossword Answers - November 8, 2014

New York Times Crossword Answers - November 8, 2014

Clue

Answer

'Die Fledermaus' soprano

IDA

'Sainted maiden' of literature

LENORE

'Sleepless in Seattle' quartet

ESSES

1914 Belgian battle line

YSER

A tiny bit

ONEIOTA

A tiny bit strange?

QUARK

Adversaire's opposite

AMI

Aid in creating a part

COMB

Allama Iqbal International Airport locale

LAHORE

Alternative to 10

OCT

Anthrax, potentially

BIOWEAPON

Assaults

SORTIES

Author Hubbard

LRON

Banking facilitator

AILERON

Banking facilities?

POOLROOMS

Big name in old strings

AMATI

Binder?

PACT

Blanket produced in Mexico City

SMOG

Bob may follow it

SIRREE

Bureaucratic environmental regulations

GREENTAPE

Capital across the river from its sister city Salé

RABAT

Cause of temporary blindness

SNOW

Cousin of a gnatcatcher

WREN

Cyclic recession

EBBTIDE

Detailed plan

ROADMAP

Drug used in aversion therapy

IPECAC

Eco-chic clothing option

HEMP

Eisner's successor at Disney

IGER

First-and-second track options

PERFECTAS

Futuristic fryers

RAYGUNS

Get rid of

ROOTOUT

Goes with the flow?

STREAMS

Harry and Wills acquired one in 2005

STEPMOM

Hot

EROTIC

How bands move

ENMASSE

It's turned before bolting

TAIL

Jamestown colonist

ROLFE

Libertine

AMORAL

Life preserver?

CEREALBOX

Like emissions from some 40-Down

GAMMA

Like some references

OBLIQUE

Like Spender and Spenser: Abbr

ENG

Literally, 'skyward'

ELAL

Material for a float

BALSA

Minute minute part: Abbr

NSEC

N.B.A. scoring stat

PPG

Not ripped

SOBER

Notable switcher from Democrat to Republican to Independent

BLOOMBERG

Number line

LYRIC

Offensive observance?

TET

One pulling a calf, say

LASSOER

Phils' rivals

NATS

Pick, say

TOOL

Puddle-jumper

AIRTAXI

Pump add-on

GASTAX

Put out

DOUSE

Puts in

ENTERS

Really into something

RAPT

Relief may follow it

BAS

Searchlight element

BEAM

Searchlight element

XENON

Searchlight in comics

BATSIGNAL

See 4-Down

IRON

Settings for donors, briefly

ORS

Some chessmen: Abbr

KTS

Some notes

SOLS

Song whose title follows 'Para bailar'

LABAMBA

Still to be attained

UNMET

Too thin

BONY

Up-coming world phenomenon?

EARTHRISE

With 22-Across, obsolescent club

TWO

Wooley of 'Rawhide'

SHEB