LA Times Crossword 5 Dec 20, Saturday

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Number Clues Answers
1 Doesn’t block ADMITS
7 Financial crime trial evidence LEDGER
13 Daybreak? SIESTA
14 Pronoun sung multiple times in the 1968 hit “Turn Around, Look at Me” SOMEONE
15 French president after Hollande MACRON
16 One can hold about 500 hours of HD video TERABYTE
17 “I hate that!” UGH!
18 Wine-and-food match, e.g. PAIRING
20 Ancient refuge ARK
21 Compensate for goofing off, maybe CRAM
23 Fill with wonder AMAZE
24 Not busy FREE
25 Capital NE of Vientiane HANOI
27 Cream __ PIE
28 __ one’s time: waited BIDED
29 Motivation in “The Manchurian Candidate” MIND CONTROL
32 Designers’ tools COLOR WHEELS
34 Begged off formally SENT REGRETS
36 Negotiations TALKS
39 Proof letters QED
40 Guitar attachment STRAP
42 Fruit picked from palms ACAI
43 Old Venetian coin DUCAT
45 Estate __ SALE
46 Place for a bargain BIN
47 “See here, fella … ” LOOK, YOU …
49 Misfortune WOE
50 Leftovers ODDMENTS
52 Nervous excitement TREMOR
54 Singer who played a hacker in “Ocean’s 8” RIHANNA
55 Francia neighbor ESPANA
56 Enterprise engineer SCOTTY
57 Small town symbol MAIN ST


Number Clues Answers
1 To the same degree AS MUCH
2 Sentence model used in language teaching DIAGRAM
3 Pit crew member MECHANIC
4 State since 1948: Abbr. ISR
5 Sporty car option T-TOP
6 Arabian Peninsula capital SANA’A
7 Producer Michaels LORNE
8 Salon, for one E-MAG
9 Ball star DEB
10 Homer, in baseball jargon GO YARD
11 Main menu item ENTREE
12 Gave a strong impression (of) REEKED
14 Motto attributed to Horace SEIZE THE DAY
16 Total disasters TRAIN WRECKS
19 Reason for a Champagne shortage, maybe IMPORT QUOTA
22 Snowboard relative MONOSKI
24 Sole food FILLETS
26 Waits at the drive-thru IDLES
28 Participants in Africa’s 1830s-’40s Great Trek BOERS
30 Cell occupant CON
31 Short rule? REG
33 Deliberately weak argument metaphor STRAW MAN
35 Stereotypical swinging-doors sites SALOONS
36 Small drums TABORS
37 Like vinegar ACIDIC
38 Cry from a nest? LAND HO!
41 Study closely PEER AT
43 Youngest of a ’60s-’70s male quintet, familiarly DONNY
44 Carved symbol TOTEM
47 Gave for a while LENT
48 __ Minor URSA
51 Sweeper’s convenience? MAT
53 Center opening EPI-