Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (October 6th 2015) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 76 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'All right, you beat me'
'Burger, medium, with fries,' e.g
'For more ___ ...'
'Go team!'
'Hmm ...'
'Ooky' family cousin
'The World on Time' courier
'Yeah, right' speaker
All too familiar
Approves of
Baby goat
Become established
Big car-care chain
Bouquet holder
Bring on board
Carnival cover
Catherine who married Henry VIII
Celebration with a bunny
Comedian with the double-platinum album 'Retaliation'
Conversely, in texts
Croat or Serb
Desert bloomer
Device with earbuds
Ending of several central Asian country names
Find incredibly desirable
First king of Israel
Flack who sang 'The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face'
Flamenco cheers
Houston sch
Kind of knife once touted in infomercials
Knight's title
L.A. locale
Lady and the Tramp, e.g
Like clothes at formal occasions
Like women in Rubens paintings
Louisiana language
Luxury resort amenity
Massachusetts vacation destination
Mexican once ranked as the world's richest man
Mogul with a Bunny
Nervous nights, maybe
Number of times the Twins have won the World Series, appropriately
Old West transport
One-named singer whose name used to be spelled with a dollar sign
Outfielder's shout
Pot grower?
Print collectors, for short
Punjabi princess
Put in rollers
Reduces to granules
Scrubs areas, briefly
See 6-Down
Ships out
Shows the way
Smack unexpectedly?
Soccer superstar Messi
Stack at a rock concert
Tennis tournament played on red clay
Tiny nuisance
Traditional flower for a 20th wedding anniversary
Viva ___ (orally)
Walk to impress
What 15, say, would be for leaving home
With 44-Down, an 'uh-oh' sensation ... or an apt title for this puzzle
Wyatt of the Old West
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