Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (January 13th 2018) clues of NewsDay crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 70 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

G7 member
Quailed back
NASA's six-person orbiter
Word on the spider variety list
Starter like endo-
Cry that might precede a spill
One of a stack of checkers
Do things
Make a start, perhaps
Couple of pointers?
It may mean ''Feed me!''
''Therefore speak __ them in parables'': Matthew 13
Listing in a ''Fanciers'' registry
Less likely to be forgiving
It's northwest of Provo
Persistently petty person
One of the Leeward Antilles
Cousins of plovers
Rochester-based brewery
Hamilton or Benjamin
Move rhythmically
State with the highest % of land held by the Forest Service
Messy suit, say
Menacing medieval band
How loose wires often end up
''We create music'' sloganeer
__ candy
Express disapproval
Script sources
Throw cold water on
Accepts an ingestion invitation
Antonym of ''raptures''
Chevy Cavalier successors
Paper-clipped collection
Pasta served with peanuts
Something to see through
Word from the Latin for ''harshness''
Org. supporting Operation Baghdad Pups
Step on a quality scale
Only commonly edible rock
Certain doorway
Essence of ''irrigation des plantes''
__.org (site with a Missionary Travel page)
Virgin Australia hub
Schools or orders
Put in position
Rat pack?
USMA grad in Omar Bradley's class
Item for pool lounging
PD beat
__ director
South American dollar spender
Chipped plastic
Latter-day invasion
Shoot out
It might appear after a while
Firm face-lift
Floor supporter
Convulsive breath-catchings
Knocked out
Jumps all over
The multinational ''Seven Sisters,'' in the '60s
What's captured in a period piece
Made like some dimmer switches
Dragonlike, in a way
East side of Athens