Crossword Puzzle Info

L.A. Times Daily – Oct 15 2020 Crossword Answers

Published in L.A. Times Crossword.

Clues Answers
“Jazz Samba” guitarist Charlie BYRD
“Rooted in real” chip brand TERRA
“That smarts!” YEOW
*Boeing 737, for one TWINJET
*Navy stunt pilot BLUEANGEL
*Pollux, for one GIANTSTAR
*Striped marine predator TIGERSHARK
Adjoining, in hotel lingo ENSUITE
Ambulance pros EMTS
Anna who was an early pioneer of psychoanalytic child psychology FREUD
Artist Matisse HENRI
Avocado __ TOAST
Barely open AJAR
Bat mitzvah scroll TORAH
Bay Area-based coffee company PEETS
Bit of sediment DREG
Bother greatly EATAT
Call at home SAFE
Chaps LADS
Colorful reminders POSTITS
Con SCAM
Deuce follower ADIN
Devices with earbuds IPODS
Disorderly state CHAOS
Enters in a record book LOGS
Epic featuring the Trojan Horse AENEID
Feel yesterday’s workout, say ACHE
Fleeting trend FAD
Flightless Aussies EMUS
Fried side OKRA
Grand __ National Park TETON
Grassy ground LEA
Hits the slopes SKIS
It may be at the end of the line LURE
Kia subcompacts RIOS
Kind of column or cord SPINAL
King with three daughters LEAR
Landlocked Afr. land ETH
Like some bonds IONIC
Loosen, as laces UNTIE
Mallorcan seaport PALMA
Mao __-tung TSE
Missing fish in a Pixar film NEMO
Modern Library title, e.g CLASSIC
Neptune’s realm OCEAN
Overthrow OUST
Parting words? OBIT
Pass coverage tactic … and a hint to the answers to starred clues DOUBLETEAM
Platform-promoting org RNC
Players with possession OFFENSE
Portal GATEWAY
Prepares to publish EDITS
Pup’s reward TREAT
Put in the cargo hold STOW
Quick bread that may have raisins SCONE
République de __ d’Ivoire COTE
Ridged chips RUFFLES
Scout group TROOP
Send forth EMIT
Show the way LEAD
Simpson with a blue do MARGE
Song often sung in Italian ARIA
Sporty truck, briefly UTE
Steamboat fuel COAL
Stench ODOR
Tennis nickname RAFA
The Bosporus borders it ASIA
Thick DENSE
Towel holders RODS
Try to stop DETER
Tucson school, for short UOFA
Turkish metropolis ANKARA
Under the weather LAIDUP
Voiced SAID
Whale newborn CALF
Wide open AGAPE
Words after boy or so DOI
WWII turning point DDAY