Category: L.A. Times Daily Crossword Answers
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- 1.Adjective on taco truck menus
- 2.Dealer's question
- 3.Proto-matter of the universe
- 4.Cajun staple
- 5.Pop singer Brenda
- 6.Music service pioneer that merged with Slacker in 2017
- 8.Sound that gets an exam proctor's attention
- 9.Padre's hermana
- 10.Spam-revealing aid?
- 11.Donkey Kong or King Kong
- 12.Medieval Times ride
- 13.Beer order at a sushi bar
- 14.Moody genre
- 16.17th-century craze involving bulbs
- 17.Strove to achieve
- 18.Preceding periods
- 19.National Poetry Mo.
- 20.Bubble Up sister brand
- 21.End of an allergic reaction
- 22.Pentathlon equipment
- 23.Red state verb
- 24.Penultimate prefix
- 25.De Matteo of "The Sopranos"
- 26."Selma" director DuVernay
- 27.Mushroom ends?
- 28.Asian cooking ingredient
- 29.Latin clarifier
- 30.Airport near OAK
- 31.Mardi Gras parade-organizing group
- 32.What's just not done, to some diners?
- 33.Fast-food option
- 34.Outlook alternative
- 35.Teaching where to go in England?
- 36.Wary of
- 37.Rhyme $yndicate Records founder
- 38."Nevertheless ... "
- 39.Staked a claim (on)
- 40.Toothed whale's technique
- 41.Jan. honoree
- 42.Thus far
- 43.Hitchcock menace
- 44.Blue side: Abbr.
- 45."Nebraska" Best Actor nominee
- 46."Don't get any __"
- 47.Goose that may nest on volcanic ash
- 48.Puerto Rico hrs.
- 49.Matador's art
- 50.Ukr. or Est., once
- 51.Wyndham-owned chain
- 52.Alexander of "Living Single"
- 53.Lid problems
- 54.Boston song whose title lyric precedes "We're cookin' tonight"
- 55.Dire prophecy
- 56.Judicial order
- 58.50s-'60s TV family
- 60.Where the heart is
- 61."This comes __ surprise"
- 62.Up and at 'em
- 63.Quite a journey
- 64.Fine fiddle
- 66.Wine label abbr.
- 67.Indulges in to an extreme degree
- 68.Commuter's convenience
- 69.Pooch living in 2062
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