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Monday, 21 June 2021

[Solution] The Los Angeles Times Crossword Answers Today Mon Jun 21 2021

Welcome to our free daily The Los Angeles Times crossword puzzles Answers Mon Jun 21 2021. The Los Angeles Times is a daily newspaper based in El Segundo, California, which has been published in Los Angeles, California, since 1881. It has the fifth-largest circulation in the U.S., and is the largest American newspaper not headquartered on the East Coast. The creators of the LA Times newspaper has also shared 2 pages of their newspaper with some games that you can play while you are having a break. 

Following the clues and attempt to fill in all the Los Angeles Times puzzle’s squares making you tedious?. We at AnswerTrivia.com happy to help you with crossword answers. Check back each day for a new LA Times Crossword Answers or explore ones we recently published. Here is the complete list of clues and answers for the Mon Jun 21 2021, LA Times crossword puzzle. Thank you once again for visiting answertrivia.com website in solving all the Mon Jun 21 2021 Times Crossword Answers.




1. Market division : AISLE

 


2. Subterfuge on ice : DEKE

 


3. High-quality : TOPEND

 


4. Makes the rounds for rounds : BARHOPS

 


5. Thick noodle : UDON

 


6. "No Reservations" host Anthony : BOURDAIN

 


7. One of four women with an EGOT : WHOOPIAUBERG

 


8. Early rotary-winged aircraft : AUTOGIRO

 


9. "Winning __ everything" : ISNT

 


10. Butt heads : TUSSLE

 


11. "Elizabeth I" Emmy winner : JEREMYFES

 


12. "... going, going, __!" : GONE

 


13. Speedy shark : MAKO

 


14. Give in to gravity : SAG

 


15. Joint winner of the FIFA Player of the 20th Century award : DIEGOMARNA

 


16. Magic's org. : NBA

 


17. Martini partner : ROSSI

 


18. Foot rest? : INSOLE

 


19. Games go-with : FUN

 


20. "Long Day's Journey Into Night" dramatist : EUGENEEILL

"Long Day's Journey Into Night" dramatistClick for easy access to results in different languagesEugene Gladstone O'Neill (October 16, 1888 – November 27, 1953) was an American playwright and Nobel laureate in literature.His poetically titled plays were among the first to introduce into the U.S. the drama techniques of realism earlier associated with …The play premiered on Broadway at the Belasco Theatre on February 19, 1935, running for 184 performances before closing on July 27, 1935; it returned two months later on September 9 for an additional 24 performances through September 28, 1935. Directed by Harold Clurman, the cast starred Luther Adler (Moe Axelrod), Stella Adler (Bessie Berger), Morris Carnovsky (Jacob), John Garfield …The Guinness Book of Records lists 410 feature-length film and TV versions of William Shakespeare's plays as having been produced, which makes him the most filmed author ever in any language.. The Internet Movie Database lists Shakespeare as having writing credit on 1,171 films, with 21 films in active production, but not yet released, as of June 2016. 


21. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, e.g. : OCTAD

 


22. Sweet __ : TEA

 


23. Christmas opener? : MERRY

 


24. Court exchange : RALLY

 


25. Author Silverstein : SHEL

 


26. Nothing in Naples : NIENTE

 


27. "The Waltons" actor : GEER

 


28. "Frozen" reindeer : SVEN

 


29. Screen star, say : ICON

 


30. Horse trailer? : CART

 


31. Red-wrapped cheese : EDAM

 


32. PC panic button : ESC

 


33. __ Creed : NICENE

 


34. Countermand : RESCIND

 


35. Scarcity : DEARTH

 


36. Tokyo, before the Meiji Restoration : EDO

 


37. N. Macedonia is its newest member : NATO

 


38. Capital of Latvia : EURO

 


39. Threadbare : WORN

 


40. Mo. once seventh : SEPT

 


41. Immortal Babe : RUTH

 


42. Stitched again : RESEWN

 


43. Whaler of fiction : AHAB

 


44. Spanish bar food : TAPAS

 


45. Kind of trap : BOOBY

 


46. "That's enough!" : TMI

 


47. Mild cigar : CLARO

 


48. Grammy winner for comedy and banjo playing : STEVEMARSN

 


49. Is for you? : ARE

 


50. Islands west of Lisbon : AZORES

 


51. "Buss It" rapper Banks : ERICA

 


52. One-named singer who directed "Music" (2021) : SIA

 


53. Emmy-winning comedian/actress : SARAHAGMAN

 


54. Airport calc. : ETD

 


55. In the __ of time : NICK

 


56. "The Kite Runner" protagonist : AMIR

 


57. Rami Malek's Best Actor role : FREDDIEHG

 


58. Softly illuminated : LOWLIT

 


59. Obstacle : SNAG

 


60. Conspicuousness : SALIENCE

 


61. First living magician with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame : DAVIDCUFIELD

 


62. Against the flow : UPSTREAM

 


63. Galena and others : ORES

 


64. Easy way to win : INAROMP

 


65. Mortarboard dangler : TASSEL

 


66. Field protector : TARP

 


67. Church cries : AMENS

 


68. Fireworks reactions : AAHS

 


69. Fe : IRON

 


70. It may be a long one : SHOT

 


71. Prune : LOP

 


72. Ideal : EPITOME

 


73. Adds dialogue to : DUBS

 


74. Super Bowl LIII MVP Julian : EDELMAN

 


75. Divided land since 1945 : KOREA

 


76. Official language of Belize: Abbr.  : ENG

 


77. Outings with buses : TOURS

 


78. Make more than : OUTEARN

 


79. Teen in a tux, often : PROMGOER

 


80. Unconventional, maybe : EDGY

 


81. Ingenue : NAIF

 


82. Like some straits : DIRE

 


83. D.C. area airport : BWI

 


84. Sweat spot : SAUNA

 


85. Main squeeze, in slang : BAE

 


86. House IDs : NOS

 


87. Highway toll, e.g. : USERFEE

 


88. South African metropolis, colloquially : JOBURG

 


89. Au : GOLD

 


90. Dad-to-tot talk support : KNEE

 


91. God of Guatemala : DIOS

 


92. Small amount to give : INCH

 


93. One of four direcciones : ESTE

 


94. Net defender : GOALIE

 


95. Subtlety : NUANCE

 


96. Shook, in a way : AGREED

 


97. Lunar plains : SEAS

 


98. Ag : SILVER

 


99. Least well : ILLEST

 


100. Inspected : EYED

 


101. "The Elephant Man" (1980) director : LYNCH

 


102. Sn : TIN

 


103. Hg : MERCURY

 


104. Lack of musicality : NOEAR

 


105. Zap : TASE

 


106. Rn : RADON

 


107. First TV channel with 24-hr. news coverage : CNN

 


108. Swing seat, maybe : TIRE

 


109. La Méditerranée, e.g. : MER

 


110. Stick-y spots? : NESTS

 


111. Think : IDEATE

 


112. Cu : COPPER

 


113. Whirlybird raisers : ROTORS

 


114. Cosa __ : NOSTRA

 


115. Like old timers? : ANALOG

 


116. Bass in a band : TUBA

 


117. "In Flanders Fields" setting, succinctly : WWI

 


118. Kipling's Rikki-Tikki-__ : TAVI

 


119. Scam : HOSING

 


120. Shade of green : EMERALD

 


121. Hippocratic oath prohibition : HARM

 


122. Field or its measure : AREA

 


123. One on a fo'c'sle, perhaps : BOSN

 


124. Union breakers : SECEDERS

 


125. __ B'rith : BNAI

 


126. Kingpin : CZAR

 


127. Afternoon feature : MATINEE

 


128. Invite for dinner, say : ASKOVER

 


129. Yellowfin : AHITUNA

 


130. Firenze friends : AMICI

 


131. Window sticker : DECAL

 


132. Santa __, Calif. : CLARA

 


133. Seminoles' sch. : FSU

 


134. Spellbound : RAPT

 


135. "Lohengrin" heroine : ELSA

 


136. Morse sounds that can spell "hies" : DITS

 


137. Fashion line? : HEM

 


138. Swirl of smoke : WISP

 


139. Royal address : SIRE

 


140. Ne : NEON

 


141. Contents of a monk's bowl : ALMS

 


142. Econ. indicator : GDP

 


143. Point : DOT

 


144. Blood, slangily : FAM

 


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