Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (October 6th 2018) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 66 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Counterpart of pizzicato, in music
Some tragic ends, for short
Mahi-mahi, by another name
Data storage sites
Special ___
'Time for me to shine'
Make rent
Does some yard work
Me-first attitude
Eastern religion
Surprised salutation
Minor concessions
They're not in the script
Took out
'Now you're talking!'
First-ever comedian to appear on the cover of Time
'___ qué?'
1), 2), 3), etc
Muscle used in dip exercises, informally
'Well, whaddya know!'
Alternative to online dating
University near Penn
Org. in 2007's 'Charlie Wilson's War'
Assembly line pioneer
Galvanized, chemically
Oscar-winning 1974 documentary about the Vietnam War
Bad designs
Goes with Mr. All Right?
Verb repeated throughout Exodus 20
Penn, e.g.: Abbr
Brillo alternatives
Grinding away
What finger wags indicate
Prone to sarcasm
Brings to a boil
Hungarian-born mathematician Paul
What isn't legal for copying: Abbr
R.E.M. show?
Broke down for careful analysis
Inverse of giga-
Woman's name that rhymes with a part of the world
Regurgitate, as a baby would
It made a big splash in 2001
Word on a red stamp, perhaps
Remove from the ground
It may be under pressure during an emergency
Requiring a lot of work
Largest sesamoid bone in the body
___ number
Singer with the 2017 #1 R&B album 'Ctrl'
Lead-in to tourism or terrorism
Cookie for the calorie-conscious
Like some pans
Lionel Richie's 'You ___'