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New York Times Crossword Puzzle

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The “New York Times” crossword puzzle is a game created by different freelance constructors and edited by Will Shortz. The daily crossword puzzle measures 15x15 squares, while the Sunday crossword measures 21x21 squares or 23x23 squares.
A small brook is a rill
The answer to 60 down in the New York Times crossword puzzle for Feb 22, 2010 is the three letter word USE.
Etal. latin for and others For 3 letters: etc
Salinity is the accumulation of salt that impacts on the environment.
Albania, , Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, England, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Moldova, Romania, Ukraine
They are usually called Amphora. They can also be called Olpe.
Some gem stones with five letters include:   - Beryl   - Topaz   - Agate   - Lapis (semi-precious stone, not a gem)
All will be forgiven. No exceptionsUnless your name is not found in the Lamb's Book of Life, in which case you're judged for your sins.(The particulars depend on which "judgement seat" the question refers to. One will involve determining the rewards of believers, and the other will make the final...
If you search "WEB's New York Times Crossword Solution" you will find solutions on that site going back 3 years.
You don't mention how many letters in the answer or whether you have any letter clues already filled in - that makes it very difficult to answer your question. To gather ones thoughts or efforts is to become calm or organised or mentally composed.
Another word would be fill or save up 
Wales, Italy, Malta, Spain, Qatar, Syria, Yemen, Nepal, India, China, Japan, Tonga, Nauru, Palau, Haiti, Chile, Sudan, Libya, Egypt, Kenya, Ghana, Benin, Niger, Congo, Gabon, Zaire, Samoa, Burma, Yemen.
  == Answer ==   any exhaust place can make a new mid section of exhaust. u do not need factory parts for exhaust
Obelus is a mark used in ancient manuscripts. The plural is obeli.
Elongate depression of the Earth's or moon's or any planets surface. Valleys are commonly drained by rivers and may be in a relatively flat plain or between ranges of hills or mountains. Valleys formed by rivers and slope denudation are typically V-shaped; those formerly occupied by glaciers are...
A bier is a frame (or stand) on which a coffin or corpse is laid before burial.Another name is a Bier, which can also refer to the actual coffin or the stand
A group of buffalo is most commonly known as a herd, but the terms obstinacy and gang can also be used.
BangladeshIvory CoastKazakhstanLuxembourgMadagascarMauretaniaMontenegroMozambiqueNew ZealandNorth KoreaSouth KoreaTajikistanUzbekistan
Yens, urges, thirsts, wants, lusts, gale, anox, forte, lye, epoxy
i think it is convocation of orangutan
An army subdivision could also be considered a UNIT. it's a BRIGADE
Peircing Look  glaring 
4 letters: Cori 9 letters: Schroteri
An Amah is a nursemaid or maid in East Asia or India.
Composed, fearless, intrepid
abettor, accessory, accomplice, adherent, adjunct, aide, ally, appointee, apprentice, assistant, attendant, backer, backup*, bodyguard, coadjutant, coadjutor, cohort, collaborator, colleague, companion, deputy, fellow worker, flunky, friend, gal Friday, girl Friday, gofer, hanger-on, hatchet man...
Will Shortz will tell you that he thinks as many as 50 million people in the U.S. alone do the NY Times crossword, but I have no idea if he means daily, weekly, monthly or yearly.
Cosmic dust, asteroidal dust, intergalactic dust, interstellar dust, comet dust, circumplanetary dust ~ it really depends on its astronomical location.
One such word is innocence. blameless
If you mean in a game of Hide-and-Seek, then it's: "Ollie ollie oxen free!"
Some synonyms for tipplers would be drunkards, drinkers, boozers, alcoholics, winos, sots...
I would guess 'epoxy' is the best answer - but it could also be grout, paste, gluey ...
A small part in a film is a "bit part."
The only country that has no vowels is The Kyrgyz Republic, the official name of Kyrgyzstan. Kyrgyz is also a Turkic language and one of the official languages of Kyrgyzstan.
That would be on the puzzle page...
Stab -- an idiomatic use, as in, "He made a stab at getting the painting done."
You can find out the Sun crossword answers by going to the  Baltimore Sun website.
The Safari boss is the Bwana, which is a respectful for of address, corresponding to master or sir.
The answer is not easy to find so can u help me it's in 7 little words app in the app store An eight-letter word for terse could be succinct
There are LOTS of word that mean gf there are actually more than  this  Growth factor  Girl Friend  Good fight  General Feud  Guardian Force  Gluten Free  Goals For  Ground Floor  Good Freind  Get fired  Gaming Forums  Good Friday  Garage Floor  Gold Filled  Grand Forks  Ground...
Do you mean a pilgrimage? That's usually a journey to a shrine, temple or place of religious significance, and the person who makes the journey is a pilgrim.
This is a phrase for something that you do not need at this time.
Took, held, captured, tied, secured