" New York" : 8 answers – Crossword-Clue
|"___ New York"||MET||3|
|"___ New York"||DOLLS||5|
|"___ New York"||INOLD||5|
|"___ New York"||STRIP||5|
|"___ New York"||GOTHAM||6|
|"___ New York"||GREATER||7|
|"___ New York"||EMPIRESTATE||11|
|"___ New York"||THEXCELSIORSTATE||16|
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___ Berkshire Place (New York City hotel) ___ Bridge (former name of New York's R.F.K. Bridge) ___ Building (New York City skyscraper) ___ Building, company headquarters erected in 1908 in New York City, at the time the tallest building in the world ___ Building, landmark on New York's Roosevelt Island ___ Building, New York landmark north of Grand Central ___ Club, 1930s-'60s New York hot spot ___ D-Lite (New York ice cream chain) ___ Field (New York Mets' stadium) ___ Highway, classic New York-to-San Francisco route ___ Highway, old auto route from New York City to San Francisco ___ Irvin, classic artist for The New Yorker ___ Irvin, longtime cartoonist for The New Yorker ___ Irvin, who designed the first cover for The New Yorker ___ Island (site of a New York prison) ___ Island (site of New York City's largest jail facility) ___ Island, New York ___ King (New York City Chinese take-out with an eye-opening name) ___ Lake (one of New York's Finger Lakes) ___ Lawrence (New York college) ___ Noticias (New York Hispanic paper) ___ Park, New York ___ Park, New York (Queens neighborhood) ___ Retreat (1970s-'80s New York City club) ___ Round Table (erstwhile New York City intelligentsia collective) ___ Savy Fav (New York City indie band) ___ Springs, New York ___ State (New York) ___ Street, London's onetime equivalent to New York's Wall Street ___ Waitz, nine-time New York City Marathon winner ___ Way (Block on Ninth Avenue in New York between 15th and 16th named after a sweet) ___-on-Hudson, New York '___, from New York, it's ...' ''__, from New York . . .'' ''New York, New York'' artist ''New Yorker'' editor, 1952-87 '70s New York Philharmonic leader Pierre '70s-'80s New York soccer team '80s New York governor '90s "New Yorker" editor Brown "___ 'Beats' Tina to Death" (December 13, 2007 New York Post headline) "___ For Empire: A New York Alphabet" (kid's book) "___ New York in June . . . " "___ New York in June" "___ New York minute" "___ New York," 1906 song "___ New York" "___ New York" (state song) "___ up to you, New York" "_____, from New York..." "___, from New York ..." ". . . from New York!" show, briefly "... from New York ..." show, briefly "... from New York!" show, briefly "Autumn in New York" co-star "Autumn in New York" star "Excelsior," to New York "Gangs of New York "actress "Gangs of New York" costar "Gangs of New York" director "Headless Body in ___ Bar" (sensational New York Post headline) "I ___ New York in June" "I could have loved New York had I not loved Balti-more" writer "I Love New York" (a __ song) "If ___ make it there ...": "New York, New York" lyric "If you haven't seen ___, you haven't seen New York" (old ad slogan) "Last of the military police," I say again, "in New York" (6,5) "Leaving New York" band "Live from New York, ___ Saturday Night!" "Live from New York!" initials "Live from New York!" letters "Medea" playwright or New York county "New York City Rhythm" singer "New York World" journalist Nellie "New York World" traveler Nellie "New York, New York" has one "New York, New York" lyricist "New York" Reed "New Yorker" cartoonist "New Yorker" cartoonist William "New Yorker" illustrator Irvin "Sidewalks of New York" start "Slaves of New York" actress "Slaves of New York" author Janowitz "Strong of Heart: Life and Death in the Fire Department of New York" author Thomas Von ___ "Ten times ten thousand years from now, he will continue to make glad the heart of childhood" according to a New York Sun editorial of September 21, 1897 "The fair's toughest man alive" (New York City, 1939) "The Gangs of New York" as read by actress ___ "The New Yorker" cartoonist Addams, familiarly "The New Yorker" cartoonist Addams, for short "The New Yorker" cartoonist Ed "The New Yorker" piece "The New Yorker" theater critic John "The New Yorkers" tune "The reporter heard the New York ___ ___ his coach" "Unique New York" and "Cinnamon aluminum linoleum" "Wrong" way to spell a world leader's name in a New York Times crossword, according to a 1999 episode of "The West Wing" * Noted New Yorker feature *Aptly named New York region *Lights out in New York City *Snack named for its New York place of origin 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7, in New York City 7/21/69 New York Times headline 39-Across in New York 40¢ per fifth of a mile, in New York City? 265-acre New York attraction 1776 battle site near New York City 1930s-'40s New York mayor La Guardia 1946 New Yorker article by John Hersey 1970's-80's New York City mayor 1970s New York mayor Abe 1970s New York governor 1970's New York Knick's nickname 1970s New York mayor 1980's-90's New York governor 1980s-'90s New York governor 1980s-'90s New York senator 1980s New York Philharmonic maestro 1983 song that begins "Hate New York City" 1990 film whose first sequel was subtitled "Lost in New York" 1993 New York City Marathon winner Pippig 2005 Christo display in New York City, with "the" 2010 New York City Marathon winner Kiplagat 2011 hurricane that hit New York City A city in central New York A dedicator of New York's Strawberry Fields A famous one in New York City bears an inscription inspired by 47-Across that includes the first words of 17-, 25-, 30-, and 39-Across A New York city A New York minute? A New York university A section of New York City that sounds like a person A side of New York Actor on a New York river? Actor Russell of "Escape From New York" Actor's New York home? Actress whose last name is a New York school's inits. Adolph who was chief of The New York Times from 1896 to 1935 Alain Ducasse at the ___ House (expensive New York restaurant) Albany's setting in New York All-Pro cornerback signed twice to the New York Jets Ally of New York City Alternative to Barneys New York Andrew of New York politics Annual awards announced in New York's East Village Annual honors that recognize excellence in New York theater Apparel for a lead actor in "Escape from New York"? Appeal of New York, e.g.? Archbishop of New York Archbishop of New York after Egan Archbishop of New York from 2000-2009 Archbishop of New York, 1968-83 Architect of the New York Times Building Architectural designer of New York's Museum for African Art Area in London or New York Area in London or New York City Area of London or New York Area of London or New York City Areas in New York and London Arthur ___ Sulzberger, Jr. (New York Times publisher) Artist who still lives at the Dakota in New York City Arty New York City area Arty New York neighborhood Ashley who writes an advice column for the New York Post Athlete feted with a New York City ticker-tape parade in 1998 Author and former New York Times public editor Daniel Author who covered the Spanish-American War for New York newspapers Bank based in New York Beame, to New Yorkers Beef cuts named for a New York restaurateur Beer brewed in upstate New York Beer from upstate New York Beginning of all New York ZIP codes Beginning of most New York ZIP codes Big man in New York Big place in New York Big thing in New York Birds of prey near a New York river? Body that sits in New York Boneless rib eyes served at a famous New York restaurant Bookie alternative in New York Boston and New York, e.g. Boston-based New York Times correspondent Sara Boulez's New York Philharmonic successor Bovine at the 1939 New York World's Fair Bovine in a New York city? Brew brand from upstate New York Bridge at the start of the New York City Marathon Brit's New York signoff? British commander who captured New York City, 1776 British ship that shares its name with a New York "village" Bronze animal in New York's financial district Bronze animal in New York's Financial District Brown of The New Yorker Buzz over New York City animals? Bygone New York daily, with "the" Bygone New York newspaper Bygone New York transports California-to-New York flight aid Canal depicted on New York's state quarter Cancelled 2007 CBS dramedy that "comes close" to being "the worst show in the history of television," according to the New York Times
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