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  1. 1.Keep one's mouth shut?
  2. 2.Place of worship whose third, fourth and fifth letters are appropriate
  3. 3.Pelvic bones
  4. 4.Davidson of "S.N.L."
  5. 5.Enclosure for a bike chain and sprockets
  6. 6.Craft carried over a portage
  7. 7.Symbol of authority, informally
  8. 8.___ story (tale of a car company's bankruptcy?)
  9. 9.Chafe
  10. 10.LOST, E.G. (#1, 1984)
  11. 11.Adorable sort
  12. 12.Female Olympian of note
  13. 13.Mi, in a C major scale
  14. 14.Air traveler's accumulation
  15. 15.Poetic dusk
  16. 16.Getting together
  17. 17.He gave Starbuck's orders
  18. 18.Know-it-all
  19. 19.Surgically remove
  20. 20.Opera with the aria "Ave Maria"
  21. 21.Basketball stat: Abbr
  22. 22.VAUDEVILLIAN (#2, 1988)
  23. 23.Suffix in some pasta names
  24. 24.The final word
  25. 25.Landlord's due
  26. 26.Harbor helper
  27. 27.Crop up
  28. 28.Frost
  29. 29.Pique
  30. 30.Upscale watch brand
  31. 31.Country singer McEntire
  32. 32.ENTICEMENT (#1, 1983)
  33. 33."One ___-dingy" (Ernestine the operator's catchphrase on "Laugh-In")
  34. 34.Only player to win the U.S. Chess Championship with no losses or draws
  35. 35.No longer frozen
  36. 36.Like oranges and some gossip
  37. 37.Who infamously boasted "They can't collect legal taxes from illegal money"
  38. 38.Slugger from Louisville
  39. 39.Like the Balkans in the 1990s
  40. 40.Memo abbr
  41. 41.Airline posting
  42. 42.Eyelashes
  43. 43.Actress Garr
  44. 44.Song lead-in to "Believer," "Loser" or "Survivor"
  45. 45.Shock's partner
  46. 46.Old Glory
  47. 47.Pass during the N.F.L. playoffs
  48. 48.Google web browser
  49. 49.Mary ___ Evans a.k.a. George Eliot
  50. 50.Instruction in an oatmeal recipe
  51. 51.TITTLE-TATTLE (#16, 2011)
  52. 52.Greek letter that might follow "z"
  53. 53.___ Lilly (pharmaceutical giant)
  54. 54.Tops
  55. 55.Actress Tyler
  56. 56.FedEx competitor
  57. 57.French ___ (trick-taking game)
  58. 58.Home of Iowa State
  59. 59.Dec. 24 and 31, e.g
  60. 60.Book that's the source of the phrase "a land flowing with milk and honey"
  61. 61.Brand of insecticide strips
  62. 62.Part of the brainstem
  63. 63.Private student
  64. 64.Out of office?: Abbr
  65. 65.Kind of terrier
  66. 66.Sense of self
  67. 67.Reaction to puppy pics
  68. 68.Porky Pig's girlfriend
  69. 69.One of eight in a stick of butter: Abbr
  70. 70.Air carrier
  71. 71.Glacier-scaling tool
  72. 72.Richard and Jane in court
  73. 73.Arthur who invented the crossword puzzle (1913)
  74. 74.Rhythmic part of a heartbeat
  75. 75.Compañero
  76. 76.CHAN_E _PPEA_ANCE TO CONCEA_ _ _D MISLEA_ (#1, 1968)
  77. 77.Out of gas, informally
  78. 78.Barnyard baby
  79. 79.Palindromic battlers
  80. 80.Number twos
  81. 81.Quint's boat in "Jaws"
  82. 82.Color of traffic on a GPS
  83. 83.Sheen
  84. 84.NATO members, e.g
  85. 85."___ Como Va" (Santana hit)
  86. 86.Unearthed
  87. 87.Naval engineer
  88. 88.Numbskull
  89. 89.Become more complicated, say
  90. 90.BILLE (#3, 1972)
  91. 91.Give a lift
  92. 92.Petrol unit
  93. 93.Terk in Disney's "Tarzan," e.g
  94. 94.Annual eight-day celebration
  95. 95.Captivate
  96. 96.Luxurious
  97. 97.Big club in Las Vegas?
  98. 98.Arch type
  99. 99.Darling
  100. 100.Kind
  101. 101.Duck or Penguin
  102. 102.When doubled, Hawaiian food fish
  103. 103.Florida city whose name has three pairs of doubled letters
  104. 104.Certain peaceful protest
  105. 105.Furnace for calcium oxide production
  106. 106.Ketchup brand
  107. 107.Beach shaper
  108. 108.Throw ___ (rant and rave)
  109. 109.1964 Tony Randall title role
  110. 110.THE LADY VANI_ _ _ _ (#2, 1964)
  111. 111.Laser pointer chaser
  112. 112.Opposite of paleo-
  113. 113."Zebra"
  114. 114.Opposite of post-
  115. 115.Affix, in a way
  116. 116."Jeez!"
  117. 117.Madrid's country, in the Olympics
  118. 118.Move barefoot across a scorchingly hot beach, maybe
  119. 119.Clears for takeoff?
  120. 120.Land of blarney
  121. 121.Help with a crime
  122. 122.Minor accident
  123. 123.Go back (on)
  124. 124.Madhouses
  125. 125.Chatter
  126. 126.Figure it out
  127. 127.One-named Irish hitmaker
  128. 128.Young chicken, e.g
  129. 129.Protagonist in "The Stepford Wives"
  130. 130.Water buffalo, for one
  131. 131.It cost 5¢ in 1965
  132. 132.Jolly laugh
  133. 133.Island where Paul Gauguin painted
  134. 134.Internet ending that's also an ending for inter-
  135. 135.Yard tool
  136. 136.Commercial prefix with postale
  137. 137.Overgrown, say
  138. 138.Same: Prefix
  139. 139.Delhi issue
  140. 140.Islamic spirit

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About New York Times Crossword

Published daily in one of the most reputed and prestigious newspapers in the world, solving The New York Times Crosswords is a challenge in itself. The crosswords are published daily in the print issues as well as the newspaper’s online website which are further syndicated to other 300 journals and newspapers and mobile apps.

The newspaper has had only 4 crossword editors until now, starting from Margaret Farrar, Will Weng, Eugene T Maleska and lastly Will Shortz, all in their respective order of succession. The puzzles are mostly constructed or edited by Crosswords Guru, Will Shortz since 1993. With each passing week day, the puzzles keep getting difficult, with the easiest crosswords being published on Monday and gradually getting difficult with each passing day of the week. The most complicated crosswords are published on Saturdays. The Sunday crossword is comparatively larger and appears in The New York Times Magazine. It is deemed to be just as difficult as the Thursday crossword and solving the New York Times crossword answers is a challenge that everyone wishes to win.

The daily puzzles are 15 X 15 squares but the Sunday Crossword puzzle is 21 X 21 squares, a little smaller than the previous 23 X 23 square puzzles. The popularity of The New York Times Crossword grew widely over the years and is now considered as one of the most prestigious and most widely circulated crosswords across USA. Taking a big leap in the world of crosswords and puzzles, the NYT crosswords game was released in 2007 by Majesco Entertainment. The game includes more than 1000 NYT crosswords from the different weekdays of a week.

Majority of the NYT crosswords are not directly written by Will Shortz himself. The puzzles are constructed by a variety of freelance contributors which are only edited and checked by the maestro before publishing. The Thursday and Sunday puzzles are always themed and have a connection with long NYT crossword answers that are similar to letter substitution, type of pun, etc. The daily puzzles are made available on the website in the evening before they are published in the newspapers the following day. The puzzles for Saturday and Sunday are published at 6 pm, the evening before.

New York Times Crossword Contests: The New York Times Crossword started a new tradition of hosting the Super Mega Crossword Contest once a year, since 2018. The Giant puzzle is 50 X 50 squares in size and appears in the paper’s Puzzle Mania section. It’s been 3 years since the giant puzzle is being constructed and published in the paper. A random winner is chosen from all the entries who correctly answered the puzzle and gifted a prize money of $1,000 from the publication.

NYT Puzzle Authors: Will Shortz many other freelance constructors such as Sam Ezersky and Brenden Emmett Quigley.

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