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Monday, 20 June 2022

[Solution] The Los Angeles Times Crossword Answers Today Mon Jun 20 2022

Welcome to our free daily The Los Angeles Times crossword puzzles Answers Mon Jun 20 2022. 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 20 2022, LA Times crossword puzzle. Thank you once again for visiting answertrivia.com website in solving all the Mon Jun 20 2022 Times Crossword Answers.




1. Garden lure : SPIDERWEB

 


2. Prefix meaning "coil" : SPIRO

Prefix meaning "coil"The Filipino language incorporated Spanish loanwords as a result of 333 years of contact with the Spanish language. In their analysis of José Villa Panganiban's Talahuluganang Pilipino-Ingles (Pilipino-English dictionary), Llamzon and Thorpe (1972) pointed out that 33% of word root entries are of Spanish origin. As the aforementioned analysis didn't reveal the frequency of the usage …A Coel (Old Welsh: The  


3. It straddles the border of two western states : LAKETAHOE

 


4. Brass, for one : ALLOY

 


5. Closing question : AREWEDONE

Closing question"DeinstitutionalisationDepending upon the local climate, the chances of a school or school system The  


6. Subjects for reviewers : FILMS

 


7. Kind of gravel : PEA

 


8. What some glasses lack : RIMS

What some glasses lackStereoscopyGoogle GlassThe where q is the magnitude of the momentum transfer vector, and ρ is the number density of the material. Like g(r), the S(q) patterns of liquids and  


9. Observed visiting : SEENAT

Observed visitingIn Islam, ziyara(h) (Arabic: زيارة ziyārah, "visit") or Observance of the custom originated amongst the wealthy social classes in England in the 1840s. Anna Maria, Duchess of Bedford, is widely credited with inventing afternoon tea in England as a late-afternoon meal whilst ʻOumuamua appears to have come from roughly the direction of Vega in the constellation Lyra. The incoming direction of motion of ʻOumuamua is 6° from the solar apex (the direction of the Sun's movement relative to local stars), which is the most likely direction from which objects coming from outside the Solar System should approach. On 26 October, two precovery …Oology 


10. Break off loudly : SNAP

 


11. Write the wrong number on, perhaps : MISDATE

 


12. Legal option : APPEAL

 


13. Warning after using an iron : FORE

 


14. A.L. East squad : TOR

 


15. __ space : CRAWL

 


16. Glove material : LATEX

 


17. Speech interruptions : UMS

 


18. Work to get : EARN

 


19. Support on the way up : PITON

 


20. Cookout choice : BRAT

 


21. Modicum : BIT

 


22. One of a nursery rhyme trio : BAKER

 


23. Most successful African-American PGA golfer before Woods : PEETE

 


24. Custom finish? : ARY

 


25. Made it up : LIED

 


26. Follow : SHADOW

 


27. Armadas on the road : NISSANS

 


28. Turnovers, e.g. : STAT

 


29. Take out : DELETE

 


30. Shot in the dark : STAB

 


31. Clicking sound? : AHA

 


32. "Battlestar Galactica" commander : ADAMA

 


33. One who's no fun to play with : POORLOSER

 


34. Showed up : GOTIN

 


35. Bicycle tire feature : VALVESTEM

 


36. Discharge : EGEST

 


37. Tiny arboreal amphibians : TREETOADS

 


38. Indication of an offense : SLAP

 


39. Take a little off : PARE

 


40. Many of its products are named for Scandinavian places : IKEA

 


41. Mountain __ : DEW

 


42. Hardly transitory : ETERNAL

 


43. Like much flower symmetry : RADIAL

 


44. Defeat decisively : WHOMP

 


45. Quite a stretch : EONS

 


46. One who does a waggle dance : BEE

 


47. Sensitive health class subject : SAFESEX

 


48. Practiced diligently : PLIED

 


49. Sulky : ILLNATURED

 


50. It's often used to make paste : ROMATOMATO

 


51. Traditional Christmas Eve dish for some : OYSTERSTEW

 


52. Traffic stopper, at times : SIREN

 


53. Tailored : SEWN

 


54. Power source : MOTOR

 


55. Elastic wrap brand : ACEBANDAGE

Elastic wrap brandFoot dropElasticA A  


56. Herbivore named for its habitat : PRAIRIEDOG

 


57. List on a ticket : PARTYSLATE

 


58. In the cards : FATED

 


59. Takes an interest in : LIKES

 


60. Revolutionary pamphleteer : PAINE

 


61. Top : BEAT

 


62. Far from subtle : BLATANT

 


63. High-tech communications portmanteau : PHABLET

 


64. Feel a strong need (for) : STARVE

 


65. Rest area array : SEMIS

 


66. Made off with : STOLE

 


67. Use an updraft, say : SOAR

 


68. Old movie dog : ASTA

Old movie dogWag the dogOld YellerAlpha DogThe Shaggy  


69. Be mindful of : HEED

 


70. Administrative branches : ARMS

 


71. Low mil. rank : PVT

 


72. Granada bear : OSO

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