LA Times Crossword, Sat, Jan 14, 2023

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Number Clues Answers
11 Brand at the pet store ALPO
15 Call after a knock, perhaps ANYONEHOME
16 Nu-metal pioneers KORN
17 Please and thank you, e.g. MAGICWORDS
18 Steve of “Peacemaker” AGEE
19 Big heads EGOS
20 “But you just got here!” SOSOON
22 Scamp IMP
23 Faces SIDES
25 Trouble getting down? INSOMNIA
27 Proclamation DECREE
30 Astringent cosmetic TONER
31 Foot, in zoology PES
34 Mineralogist who created a scale MOHS
35 Zimbabwe’s most populous city HARARE
36 State fruit of California AVOCADO
38 Underground dwellers of urban myth MOLEMEN
39 Samurai sword KATANA
40 Image in Magritte’s “The Treachery of Images” PIPE
41 Contractor’s no. EST
42 Terse postgame recap ILOST
43 Together DATING
45 Place to order 2-Down SUSHIBAR
47 Giveaways TELLS
51 Use a touchscreen TAP
52 Crenshaw kin CASABA
55 Bound LEAP
56 “… two fives for __?” ATEN
58 Classic film based on the play “Everybody Comes to Rick’s” CASABLANCA
60 Govt. weather agency NOAA
61 Be aware enough not to do something foolish KNOWBETTER
62 Gets to IRKS
63 “Oh, you!” SILLYGOOSE


Number Clues Answers
1 Lily of “Pam & Tommy” JAMES
31 Many an Urdu speaker PAKISTANI
2 Eel, on a menu UNAGI
32 Judgmental sort EVALUATOR
3 [Gasp] MYGOD
33 In a way SOTOSPEAK
4 Ready and waiting POISED
37 Exchanged notes? CASH
57 Rapper who narrates Netflix’s “The Get Down” NAS
5 Abbr. on a business letter ENC
24 Like some differences SEMANTIC
6 Code Reds, e.g. DEWS
28 Oscar winner about a teenager who is the only hearing member of her family CODA
46 Sticks up for BACKS
7 A word before takeoff? SHOO
29 Sigma preceder RHO
43 Aquafina rival DASANI
8 Stable creatures, colloquially HORSIES
40 Shade provider PARASOL
9 “Stick a fork in me” IMDONE
38 Sch. that hosts an annual Mystery Hunt MIT
53 Go through a lot of tissues BAWL
10 Capital of Cuba PESOS
35 Uto-Aztecan language spoken in Arizona HOPI
54 Soccer star Wambach ABBY
21 Scout’s terse assessment NOTALENT
59 Support under the table? LEG
11 Sobriquet letters AKA
26 Greater MORE
44 Trattoria dessert GELATO
12 Useful sobriquet LOGINNAME
48 Slowly, in music LENTO
13 Openings PREMIERES
49 Corset securers LACES
14 Like some households ONEPARENT
50 Leftover SPARE