LA Times Crossword January 5 2019 Answers

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LA Times Crossword January 5 2019 Answers

  • “Everything is ruined!”
  • Felipe’s assent
  • Teacher and student in one
  • On __ streak
  • Gray day feature
  • Buds
  • Red-and-white hat wearer
  • Units
  • Weed-gathering org.
  • “Put your wallets away”
  • Rich beverage
  • They need receivers
  • A parade may require one
  • Well-judged
  • Word before stand or hold
  • Snow __
  • Mounted, in a way
  • Word from the Arabic for “friend”
  • Unemployed
  • Homophone for a word of permission
  • Deceive on the ice
  • “Being so great, I have no __ to beg”: “King Richard II”
  • Cattle drive figures
  • Timon of “The Lion King,” e.g.
  • Panamanian pronoun
  • Back
  • USN bigwig
  • Bad lot
  • Unskilled workers
  • Hippie era activity
  • Site for old wheels
  • Strike zone, at times
  • Where love doesn’t conquer anything
  • Remove an apostrophe from, say
  • It may be the best thing to do when you’re stuck
  • Their 1943 manual said, “Be Ready To Take Over”
  • Entertainment with swaying
  • Very much
  • Praise extravagantly
  • Cartoonist with an Edgar Award
  • Podium fixture
  • Tokyo, long ago
  • Drinks it all in
  • View
  • Patsy
  • “You could’ve fooled me”
  • Exclusive source
  • Words of concord
  • Step
  • Hearty fare
  • Ornamental shrubs
  • Common chord
  • ’60s music conspiracy theory
  • Dating clarification
  • Smooth shift
  • IBM’s __ exhibit
  • Like some big entrĂ©es
  • Backpack carrier
  • Drones, e.g.
  • 1856 Stowe novel
  • Muzzle
  • Meal
  • Specifications on vials
  • Cartesian connection
  • Name of five Norwegian monarchs
  • Northwestern U.S. city
  • Analog of -ist
  • 64-Across need
  • 23andMe test subject
  • Frequently complex traffic pattern: Abbr.