LA Times January 14 2018 Crossword Answers

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LA Times January 14 2018 Crossword Answers

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  • “I’m waiting … “
  • “Volunteers?”
  • Bobbing refuse
  • Word with man or dope
  • Like typical laundromats
  • Affluent San Diego community
  • Tolerate shrubland?
  • Crowd-drawing bars
  • Ancient queen, familiarly
  • Pot for paella
  • Sicilian six
  • Sports figure
  • Sewer needs
  • Hates
  • MLB set a season record for them in 2017
  • Times to call, in ads
  • Markers
  • Submerged threat
  • Office supply quantity
  • Term in wrestling or bowling
  • .3 rings?
  • Doctor’s orders
  • Receiver of many letters
  • Actress Kathryn
  • Pocket breads
  • BCS org.
  • Franklin’s 1936 opponent
  • Spanish coin
  • Local pic shower
  • Distress signal?
  • One who’s learned
  • Pres. after USG
  • Langley org.
  • Online exchange, briefly
  • Troon turndowns
  • Texas team’s fair exhibit?
  • Basie’s “__’Clock Jump”
  • Director DuVernay
  • Actor Vigoda
  • Bard’s dusk
  • Lumber mill workers
  • BOLO target
  • It can be hammered out
  • Runway adornment
  • “__ me ae spark o’ Nature’s fire”: Burns
  • London’s __ Modern
  • Some Deco works
  • Sea, with “the”
  • Maestro Georg
  • Different
  • Loyalty from a farm bird?
  • Overtake in a race, in a way
  • Grammy winner Jason
  • Schoolmarmish
  • One given to forward looks
  • Similar
  • East Lansing sch.
  • “How clever of you!”
  • Office supplies, or, minus a letter, a supplier of them
  • Nashville attraction
  • Spanish 116-Down
  • Howard’s wife, to the Fonz
  • Letters before a view
  • Half of nothing new?
  • Successful religious conversion?
  • Peru neighbor
  • “The Wind in the Willows” croaker
  • Shamed
  • Saw-toothed
  • Blouse partners
  • Already-seen fare
  • “‘__ some visitor,’ I muttered … “: Poe
  • __ farm
  • TV awareness-raiser
  • Colors
  • Confuse
  • Teenage Russian emperor (1727-1730)
  • Pitching staff leader
  • Acronymic NYC neighborhood
  • Give in
  • Ready
  • “Shh!”
  • N.T. book
  • Paper under a wiper
  • Man-made Georgia lake
  • Screwdriver parts, for short
  • Best
  • Apparatus that breeds laziness?
  • Union setting
  • Spinnaker holders
  • Writer __ de Balzac
  • Tortilla treat
  • Livens (up)
  • Nike competitor
  • N.C. neighbor
  • Bolivian capital
  • Red Square honoree
  • __ roles
  • Literally, “under city”
  • Ponte Vecchio’s river
  • See the bet
  • __-Croatian
  • They’re hard to break
  • Whine
  • Decision makers have them
  • New Mexico art hub
  • Witch enemy of Popeye
  • False front
  • “Without a doubt”
  • Acknowledge the brass
  • Admonition
  • Sound from a dying fire?
  • Stack seen on-screen
  • Approached
  • Small and glittering, like eyes
  • Beginnings
  • Court cry
  • Something made on a star?
  • Jury member
  • Country singer Gibbs
  • Glass-raised word
  • Accident investigation clue
  • __ license
  • Sommer of “The Prize”
  • Animal house
  • Hosp. personnel
  • Headed up
  • Academic retirees
  • Ore carrier
  • Gung-ho type
  • 10-time Gold Glove winner Roberto
  • Early receiver of tablets
  • __ bar
  • Netman Agassi
  • Fur tycoon
  • Suffix with xeno-
  • English 117-Across
  • Series of 69-Across
  • “Ghost” psychic __ Mae Brown
  • Radio settings
  • Reasons for some sportscast split screens
  • Big Ten sch.
  • Novelist Deighton
  • Picks out of a mug book