New York Times Crossword Answers March 11 2018

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  • ‘1984’ superstate
  • ’60s Pontiac
  • ‘Darn it all!’
  • ‘Get ’em!’
  • ‘Here’s an idea …’
  • 2000s corporate scandal subject
  • 43
  • A bit cracked
  • A bit stiff
  • Actress Faye
  • Adele’s ‘Someone Like You,’ e.g
  • Algebraic variables
  • Alphabetically first ‘American Idol’ judge across all 16 seasons
  • Alternative to boeuf or jambon
  • Anti-mob tool
  • Any of the Baltic states, once: Abbr
  • Big battery
  • Bleat
  • Boxing champ Roberto
  • Bump, as from a schedule
  • Charlottetown’s prov
  • Checkpoint org
  • Chests’ places
  • Chicago terminal code
  • Clicking sounds?
  • Coddles
  • Confrere
  • Cultural values
  • Cyclotron bits
  • Declared
  • Discharges
  • Doesn’t just assume
  • Double-back move
  • Dressy accessory
  • Drone, for one
  • Dryer buildup
  • Ecosystem endangered by global warming
  • Etta of old comics
  • Fall off
  • Food cart offerings
  • Former part of the U.S.S.R.: Abbr
  • Forms, forms and more forms
  • Gambling mecca
  • Go from bud to blossom, to a poet
  • Gold medal, to an Olympian
  • Golden Globe-winning actor for ‘Chicago’
  • Graduation attire
  • Hallux, more familiarly
  • Heading on a neighborhood poster
  • Heavenly sound?
  • Hebrew for ‘My God! My God!’
  • Herb resembling spinach
  • High land
  • Hit straight to the shortstop, perhaps
  • Huts
  • Idea
  • Increase
  • Inn stock
  • Iron Range product
  • It goes around the neck
  • It goes around the neck
  • It may hold the line
  • Kind of dip
  • Last seen being mocked by a cat. If found, call ___ [see 46-Across]
  • Last seen chasing down clues. If found, call ___ [see 24-Across]
  • Last seen in the nursery. If found, call ___ [see 84-Across]
  • Last seen riding in a basket. If found, call ___ [see 106-Across]
  • Last seen with a red-haired girl. If found, call ___ [see 119-Across]
  • Like a certain Freudian complex
  • Like most holidays
  • Lilt
  • List-reducing abbr
  • Love all around?
  • Lures
  • Marriage announcement
  • Mix with
  • Modest two-piece swimsuit
  • More hoarse
  • Moviedom
  • My word, maybe
  • Navel type
  • One of the Marcoses of the Philippines
  • One who can’t keep weight off for long
  • One-named Swedish singer with the Grammy-nominated song ‘Dancing on My Own’
  • Pacer
  • Parcel (out)
  • Pizzeria chain, casually
  • Poet who wrote of Daedalus
  • Poison ivy soother
  • Post
  • Postal abbr. for a rural address
  • Power up?
  • Prefix with play and place
  • Pretend
  • Proceed enthusiastically
  • Promo
  • Puts the kibosh on
  • QB’s tally
  • Radio personality Glenn
  • Repurpose
  • Reverses, as a deletion
  • Rowing muscle, for short
  • Ruffles
  • Sash supporter
  • Saw the sights
  • Scotland’s longest river
  • Scream or bawl, e.g
  • Sharply sour fruit
  • Sister of Ariadne
  • Snares
  • Some bygone theaters
  • Some centerfolds
  • Some greenery that’s not grass
  • Some kitchen appliances, for short
  • Standing closet
  • Start of Yale’s motto
  • Stationed (at)
  • Stop for now
  • Storied journey
  • Subtitle of Hawthorne’s ‘Fanshawe’
  • Sudoku entry
  • Symbol gotten by typing Option+Shift+2
  • Tempe sch
  • The U.S., to Mexicans
  • Theme song of Milton Berle
  • Tijuana setting, informally
  • Toll rds
  • Up
  • Utah’s ___ Mountains
  • Vagabond
  • Vision-correcting procedure
  • Visit during a trip
  • War loser, usually
  • Webster’s Third competitor, for short
  • Wee, to a Scot
  • What’s left on TV?
  • Where the engine is in a Porsche 911
  • Yokohama ‘yes’
  • [continued]
  • ___-green