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Hogan to offer coronavirus update Thursday. : ET AL 48 Therapist’s concern : NEUROSIS 92 Dudes : MEN William Howard Taft may have been the 27th President of the United States, but his lifelong ambition was to be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Here is the complete list of clues and answers for the Sunday October 25th 2020, LA Times crossword puzzle. 10 Mushroom sought by mushroom hunters : MOREL unknown : ANON 53 Prepare for another drive : RE-TEE 59 Encumbered : LADEN : EEC 52 Wine and dine : ROMANCE 99 Used one’s clout : PULLED STRINGS 47 Burn a bit : SINGE 74 Exceed : OUTSTRIP 73 Shaped like a megaphone : CONED 108 Whitman’s dooryard bloomers : LILACS 107 Family reunion attendee : AUNT 83 Subway fare? 109 Invasive vine : KUDZU 121 Grand Canyon adjective : VAST The usage was extended in the early 1800s (especially in the form “lanky”) to mean “awkwardly tall and thin”. 39 Feverish feeling : AGUE Ravens vs. Colts scouting report for Week 9: Who has the edge? » Contact us to embed this games app on your website. : ICONS 41 Worn : USED The initialism “BMW” stands for Bayerische Motoren Werke, which translates into Bavarian Motor Works. Received? Sunday’s classic, entertaining and challenging puzzle. Sinuses are found all over the body, in the kidney and heart for example, but we most commonly think of the paranasal sinuses that surround the nose. 19 Pick at the polls : ELECT : JACK SPRAT 56 Expressions of skepticism : HAHS 18 Melanie’s “Working Girl” role : TESS 81 “Smell Ready” deodorant brand : AXE 15 Gunpowder Plot participant of 1605 : GUY FAWKES 57 Like-minded group : BLOC 6 Caustic solution : LYE … return to top of page, 57A Nursery rhyme guy whose last name inspired the answers to starred clues? 61 __ West, wife of DC Comics’ Flash : IRIS 38 It might be caught with a fly : FISH 93 Grub : VITTLES 112 Jr.’s exam : PSAT 6 Spanish district : BARRIO 63 Dom Pérignon maker, familiarly : MOET The word “tarpaulin” comes from “tar” and “palling”, with “pall” meaning “heavy cloth covering”. 5 Betrayed, with “on” : RATTED Visitors were encouraged to hammer in a nail into a wooden board, creating the artwork. 64 Ski resort that shares its name with a tree : ASPEN, 1 Brits’ raincoats : MACS Laila Ali is the daughter of the great Muhammad Ali and is a very capable boxer in her own right. : TELE- 28 Chip raw material : POTATO 80 “It puzzles me” : I’M AT A LOSS 54 Hwy. 52 Golf lesson subject : GRIP All Rights Reserved. 43 Polished off : ATE What we know about Baltimore and Maryland results in the 2020 election, Baltimore County Police Department settles lawsuit with U.S. Department of Justice. 17 *Helmet part : CHINSTRAP 23 *Diamond protectors : INFIELD TARPS 55 Stuffed shell? 66 Art __ : DECO 17 “__ Went Mad”: Riley poem : ERE I 124 Banned orchard spray : ALAR : HERO 69 Selection process for MLB All-Stars : FAN VOTE 63 Grill fuel : GAS Originally, tarpaulins were made from canvas covered in tar that rendered the material waterproof. through San Antonio and Houston : I-TEN Rho is the Greek letter that looks just like our Roman letter “p”, although it is equivalent to the Roman letter R. Auto manufacturer Jaguar started out as a manufacturer of sidecars for motorcycles back in 1922, when the company was known as the Swallow Sidecar Company (SS for short). 85 “Coffee __?” : OR TEA 81 Required pot contribution : ANTE 16 Judge’s choice : LENIENCY 95 Building for tools : SHED 26 Richest person in the world before Bezos : GATES 63 Decimated Asian sea : ARAL : OLD SAW 15 Some how-to book targets? 37 “Over here!” : YOO-HOO The Philadelphia Eagles were established in 1933 and joined the National Football League as a replacement for the bankrupt Frankford Yellow Jackets, also from Philadelphia. 117 Uxmal denizen : MAYA 71 Swiss coin : FRANC Sudoku Links Click the line below you wish to view: Try these FREE PRINTABLE samples and experience ERASER-FREE Sudoku now! 46 “Seriously?” : YOU DO? : BOTTOM LINE “Elle” magazine was founded in 1945 in France and today has the highest circulation of any fashion magazine in the world. 29 “And how!” : SURE DO! 91 Determined by the stars, as time : SIDEREAL 60 Sushi serving : AHI 89 Big name in bowling shoes : ETONIC Edited by: Rich Norris. 6 “Sistas” and “Being Mary Jane” cable channel : BET The term “emcee” comes from “MC”, an initialism used for a Master or Mistress of Ceremonies. Malia graduated from the private Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C., the same school that Chelsea Clinton attended. 91 Shows concern : CARES 81 Fail to be kept private : LEAK 64 Ski resort that shares its name with a tree : ASPEN, 1 Brits’ raincoats : MACS 41 In real time : LIVE 39 Has a balance due : OWES 122 Cell terminal : ANODE 29 Cause of disgrace : OPPROBRIUM 109 Tea prep vessels : KETTLES 43 Ideally : AT BEST 38 “The Age of Reason” writer : PAINE