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Thursday, 16 June 2022

[Solution] USAToday Crossword Answers Today Thu Jun 16 2022

Welcome to our free daily USA Today crossword puzzles Answers Thu Jun 16 2022. USA Today is an internationally distributed American daily middle-market newspaper that is the flagship publication of its owner, Gannett. Founded by Al Neuharth on September 15, 1982, it operates from Gannett's corporate headquarters in McLean, Virginia. The creators of the USA Today newspaper has also shared 2 pages of their newspaper with some games that you can play while you are having a break. 

Following the clues and attempt to fill in all the USA Today puzzle’s squares making you tedious?. We at happy to help you with crossword answers. Check back each day for a new USA Today Crossword Answers or explore ones we recently published. Here is the complete list of clues and answers for the Thu Jun 16 2022, USA Today Times crossword puzzle. Thank you once again for visiting website in solving all the Thu Jun 16 2022 Times Crossword Answers.

1. 01. Place to build sandcastles : BEACH


2. 06. Nonkosher sandwiches : BLTS


3. 10. "Who said ___?" : THAT


4. 14. House with an ice window : IGLOO


5. 15. ___ Water Protectors (Hawaiian activist group) : OAHU

15. ___ Water Protectors (Hawaiian activist group) 

6. 16. Apiece : EACH


7. 17. Second-tallest structure in Japan : TOKYOTOWER

17. Second-tallest structure in JapanThe world's tallest man-made Hamon Custodis claims to have built a 707-foot 215.5 meter stack in 1953 but there are no references to the location or client of this/these stack(s). Skyscraperpage indicates the 846 ft 258 m Chimney of Omskaya Cogeneration Plant #4 was built in 1965 but it's likely that this date is referring to the construction of the first section of the plant with the smaller chimney. 

8. 19. Fun-size : MINI


9. 20. Delivery stat : ETA


10. 21. 2022 Super Bowl champions : RAMS


11. 22. Third-largest city in Italy : NAPLES


12. 24. Nut butter holder : JAR


13. 25. Red ___ (fruits in Chinese soups) : DATES


14. 26. "Same difference" : TOMAYTOTOMAHTO


15. 32. "Hear, hear!" : AMEN

32. "Hear, hear!"Kia kahaAmerican country singer Carrie Underwood has released nine studio albums, one greatest hits album, and 29 singles.Underwood rose to fame after winning the fourth season of American Idol in 2005. Her debut album, Some Hearts, was released in 2005 and is the fastest-selling debut country album in Nielsen SoundScan history. It also became the best-selling solo female …On 5 December 1791, the composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died at his home in Vienna, Austria at the age of 35. The circumstances of his death have attracted much research and speculation. The principal sources of contention are: (1) Whether Mozart declined gradually, experiencing great fear and sadness, or whether he was fundamentally in good spirits toward … 

16. 33. Turned bad : SOURED

33. Turned bad"Bad Meets EvilBadThe  

17. 34. Gold, in Spanish : ORO


18. 36. All-out brawl : MELEE


19. 38. Degrees held by some CFOs : MBAS


20. 39. Pre-cooking work : PREP


21. 40. Self-indulgent pursuit : EGOTRIP


22. 42. Metal suit for a knight : ARMOR


23. 43. Rank in kendo : DAN


24. 44. The second O in OTOH : OTHER

44. The second O in OTOHSunburnIrish Travellers have a higher fertility rate than the general Irish population; the Central Statistics Office of Ireland recorded in 2016 that  

25. 47. Overly assertive : BOSSY


26. 48. Auction offers : BIDS


27. 50. Cook on a spit : ROAST


28. 52. Vehicle with a cockpit : PLANE


29. 54. Tight-fitting : SNUG


30. 55. Accept blame for : OWN

55. Accept blame forRape is a traumatic experience that affects the victim (also known as 'survivor') in a physical, psychological, and sociological way. Even though the Article 231, often known as the War Guilt Clause, was the opening article of the reparations section The The  

31. 58. Hang loosely : LOLL


32. 59. Cheerleading jumps : TOETOUCHES


33. 62. Ready, willing and ___ : ABLE


34. 63. Lack of problems : EASE


35. 64. "Same!" : SOAMI


36. 65. Home hidden in a tree : NEST


37. 66. Drawing and architecture, for example : ARTS


38. 67. Some singers, rangewise : ALTOS


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