November 3 2016 - New York Times Crossword Answers

November 3 2016 - New York Times Crossword Answers

ClueAnswer
'Aren't ___ pair?'WEA
'Get yer hands off!'LEGGO
'In the dark backward and ___ of time?': ShakABYSM
'Vissi ___' (Puccini aria)DARTE
'Was that so hard?!'SEE
'What Women Want' actorALDA
Actor Hemsworth of 'The Hunger Games'LIAM
Alternative to watching live, nowadaysDVR
Beach lotion lettersSPF
BeatTIRED
Biblical miracle townCANA
Bit of planning board planningZONE
Blind spot?SLAT
Board, in a wayENTRAIN
Carousel localeBAGGAGECLAIM
Carter/Brezhnev pactSALTII
Chevy that debuted in 2004AVEO
City whose name sounds like a surprised greetingOJAI
Didn't do anything, saySATHOME
DraftSWIG
Drop ___ (moon)TROU
E-con?SPAM
Email headingFROM
English king deposed in the Glorious RevolutionJAMESII
Fashion monogramYSL
Female rabbitDOE
FervencyZEAL
Full-price payerADULT
Gertrude of 1926 newsEDERLE
Give in to a gut feeling?EAT
Glad handlers?FLORISTS
Golfo contentsAGUA
Got movingHIED
Hardly adequateLAME
Home of Creighton UNEB
Icons of New York CityCABS
Important Stratego pieceFLAG
ImproveHONE
Inexpensive way to goSTEERAGE
Issue of concern to the AARP: VarAGISM
It's all about the pupilIRIS
Leave a dispute unsettledAGREETODISAGREE
Like a well-used mattressSAGGY
Lilting syllablesTRALALA
Meaningless talk, in slangJAZZ
Not a fan ofANTI
Not shut tightAJAR
Noted 'army' leaderARNIE
Off-roaders, for shortATVS
Olympics racerLUGE
Part of a tweetHASHTAG
Person not to be trustedRAT
Pixel, e.gDOT
Prefix with -baticsAERO
Rapper's headwearDORAG
Really, really digGOMADFOR
Rink star Phil, to fansESPO
Ritalin target, for shortADD
Role in 'Our Town'STAGEMANAGER
SayingADAGE
Sea or way followerFARER
Self-titled debut album of 1982ASIA
SignifyMEAN
Silver ___ORE
Skye of filmIONE
Some sorority lettersTAUS
Speak like CiceroORATE
SporadicONAGAINOFFAGAIN
Staple of a vegan dietTOFU
State with emphasisAVER
Swimmer of mythNAIAD
Triage criterionNEED
Typographer's abbrITAL
Utter, old-styleSAYEST
Verb in 'O Come, All Ye Faithful'ADORE
Violin tunersPEGS
Where to go 'for the company,' per Mark TwainHELL
___-foot jellyCALFS