LA Times Crossword answers Sunday 12 September 2021

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Los Angeles Times 12 September 2021 crossword

LA Times Crossword answers Sunday 12 September 2021

Complete List of Clues/Answers


1 Only astronaut to fly in the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo programs: SCHIRRA

8 Sushi order: AHI

11 Short blue person? DEM

14 Exile of 1979: SHAH

18 Small bits of color: SPLASHES

19 Easter lead-in: NOR

20 "Xanadu" rock gp.: ELO

21 Aqua __: U.K. mineral water brand: PURA

22 Place for reading recipes? COOKBOOKNOOK

24 Fragrant tea-flavoring shrubs: JASMINES

26 Quakers in forests? ASPENS

27 Emailed: SENT

28 Ink on a billionaire? FATCATTAT

29 Extreme disorder: MESS

30 Through: VIA

31 Madrid mama bear: OSA

33 "The Bald Soprano" playwright: IONESCO

34 City center street performer? DOWNTOWNCLOWN

38 Flash __: MOB

39 Third-party accounts: ESCROWS

43 Provide with the latest: CLUEIN

44 Green stone: JADE

45 Where one trying to score may be out: ATHOME

46 U.S. Army medal: DSC

48 Classic Pontiac: GTO

49 __ pool: GENE

50 Like some stockings: SEAMED

51 Congers: EELS

53 React to a sprint: PANT

55 A montage of them was presented at the 2006 Oscars: EPICS

56 Native Alaskans: ALEUTS

58 Fencing moves: THRUSTS

61 Nothing special: SOSO

62 Bit of carelessness at cocktail hour? CHIPDIPDRIP

64 Long stretches: EONS

66 They're usually unbeatable: NEMESES

68 Accustoms (to): ENURES

69 Storied building material: STRAW

70 Fit: TRIM

71 Feds under Ness: TMEN

72 Current amount: AMPERE

73 Mail ctrs.: GPOS

75 Stadium cheer: RAH

78 Offbeat: ODD

79 Eyed impolitely, with "at": LEERED

80 Bath buggy: PRAM

81 Not at all light: SOLEMN

83 Corn syrup component: MALTOSE

84 Joplin's "Maple Leaf __": RAG

85 Postal mishap? SNAILMAILFAIL

89 Legislative group, e.g.: ENACTOR

91 Backing-up key: ESC

92 Bit in a horse's mouth: OAT

93 Cleaning tools, for short: VACS

97 Starter for a noncompetitive race? FUNRUNGUN

99 Deli stock: RYES

101 Formed with the tip of the tongue, like the letter L: APICAL

103 Property receivers, at law: ALIENEES

104 Reality TV believer? BOOBTUBERUBE

106 Axes: CANS

107 KC-to-NYC dir.: ENE

108 "The Ice Storm" director Lee: ANG

109 Acted like: EMULATED

110 Most massive known dwarf planet: ERIS

111 Rehab hurdle: DTS

112 Screening org.: TSA

113 Western movie threat: RATTLER


1 Imagine, colloquially: SPOSE

2 Horse-and-buggy ride sounds: CLOPS

3 Cod relatives: HAKES

4 Library vol. ID: ISBN

5 Letters after pis: RHOS

6 1906 Runabout, e.g.: REO

7 Shows hospitality toward, as a visitor: ASKSIN

8 Before long, to Shakespeare: ANON

9 Bird named for its cry: HOOTOWL

10 Annoy: IRK

11 "This seems familiar" word: DEJA

12 Jubilance: ELATION

13 University of Idaho city: MOSCOW

14 Malice: SPITE

15 Spider that stalks its prey: HUNTSMAN

16 Opening number? AREACODE

17 Surely is: HASTOBE

18 Con job: SCAM

23 Bar specification: NEAT

25 "Death in Venice" author: MANN

28 Aspect: FACET

30 Bugs with brakes: VWS

32 Wrapped in a blanket, say: SNUG

34 Mosque toppers: DOMES

35 Due: OWED

36 Block off: OCCLUDE

37 Award-winning Mark Tatulli comic strip: LIO

39 Relaxes: EASES

40 Apply, as a brake: STEPON

41 Lawn chair: CHAISE

42 Hanks sobriquet for films like "You've Got Mail"? ROMCOMTOM

44 Fashionista dog? JETSETPET

46 Knish sellers: DELIS

47 Ooze: SEEP

49 Oxlike antelope: GNU

52 Stretch: STINT

53 Letters before chi: PHIS

54 Duchamp contemporary: ARP

56 "What about me?!": AHEM

57 Layered Italian dessert: SPUMONI

58 General direction: TREND

59 Bullfight figure: TORERO

60 Traps: SNARES

62 Long-running forensic series: CSI

63 First name in an 1857 case: DRED

65 Activist Greta Thunberg, e.g.: SWEDE

67 Hosp. units: ERS

69 Suspect: SMELL

72 End of a ball game? ALAI

73 Like table salt: GRANULAR

74 Composer of solo violin ├ętudes: PAGANINI

75 "Vive le __!": ROI

76 Karen of "Starman": ALLEN

77 Fashion lines: HEMS

80 Introduction: PREFACE

81 Portraitist John Singer __: SARGENT

82 Long-vowel symbols: MACRONS

83 Tatami, e.g.: MAT

85 Leave speechless: STUN

86 "Thanks, it's already done": NONEED

87 "Stay" singer Lisa seen in GEICO ads: LOEB

88 "Get a move on!": FASTER

90 Salad green: CRESS

93 Like some popular videos: VIRAL

94 Perceptive: ACUTE

95 Pole tossed by a Scot: CABER

96 Downhill traveler: SLED

98 Applications: USES

100 Discipline with stretches: YOGA

101 Lie next to: ABUT

102 Hide: PELT

104 Cricket club: BAT

105 Thurman of "Pulp Fiction": UMA

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