LA Times Crossword 26 Jul 20, Sunday

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Across

Number Clues Answers
1 Take pieces from? DISARM
7 Applaud CLAP
11 Practice fighting SPAR
15 Likely to evoke an “Eww!” ICKY!
19 Big fan ADORER
20 Sword handle HILT
21 Andrew Jackson carried one with a sword in it CANE
22 Not just eat DINE
23 Marie Curie has two of them NOBELS
24 Tiny bit IOTA
25 Juan’s “yesterday” AYER
26 Grandson of Eve ENOS
27 Spirited style ELAN
28 Disney film set in Polynesia MOANA
30 Amphetamines, e.g. STIMULANTS
32 Petit four purveyor PATISSERIE
35 West Coast ZIP starter NINE
36 Wore (away) ATE
37 Econ. indicator GDP
39 Alcohol type ETHYL
40 Braided Jewish bread BABKA
42 Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ eleven EMMYS
44 Deutsche darling LIEBCHEN
46 Lab dish eponym PETRI
47 It was inspired by Sunshine Hydrox cookies OREO
48 Not quite circular OVAL
49 Dangerous snake ADDER
51 Hebrew winter month ADAR
53 Finishes ENDS
56 Ill will MALICE
59 Something you don’t see everyday RARITY
61 Derby favorite, say BEST BET
63 Black-and-white PATROL CAR
65 Get some rays BASK
66 Neighbor of Mex. USA
67 Rehab symptoms, briefly DTS
70 Where Tennyson’s “light brigade” charged CRIMEA
71 Noble Brit ARISTO
73 Cloud site SKY
74 Very long time EON
75 Gift-wrapping aid TAPE
76 Asset in a crisis LEVEL HEAD
79 Trite saying BROMIDE
81 Happened to BEFELL
82 Use just one water ski SLALOM
86 Hamlet’s first option TO BE
87 Letter abbr. ENCL
89 1986 U.S. Open champ Raymond __ FLOYD
91 Over with DONE
92 Dupes SAPS
94 Organic fertilizer HUMUS
96 Domestic platforms TERRACES
99 Not at all glossy MATTE
101 Actor Douglas and quarterback Cousins KIRKS
102 Snowboarder White SHAUN
103 Cigar discard ASH
104 Latin lover’s assertion AMO
105 Horse color ROAN
107 Playground game with a rope and a pole TETHERBALL
110 Wallabies and wombats MARSUPIALS
113 Bread source BAKER
114 Not much A BIT
117 Soft cheese BRIE
118 Notice ESPY
119 Sushi seaweed NORI
120 Ready to play IN TUNE
122 Over again ANEW
123 Silhouetted road sign animal DEER
124 Soon, long ago ANON
125 Succumbs to static CLINGS
126 Impertinence SASS
127 Span. miss SRTA

Down

Number Clues Answers
1 Jutland native DANE
2 False god IDOL
3 Tearjerker’s quality? SOB APPEAL (from “snob appeal”)
4 Large venue ARENA
5 Brother, e.g.: Abbr. REL
6 Title assassin in a 2005 Pitt-Jolie film MR SMITH
7 Mysterious foliage-sprouting proclivity? CHIA SYNDROME (from “China syndrome”)
8 Model train giant LIONEL
9 Vow locale ALTAR
10 Org. concerned with students PTA
11 Vocal improv SCAT
12 Remit with goatskin? PAY IN KID (from “pay in kind”)
13 Persistent weakness ANEMIA
14 Show again RERUN
15 Notion IDEA
16 Vehicle for transporting bark spice? CINNAMON BUS (from “cinnamon buns”)
17 Difficult to solve KNOTTY
18 Words of assent YESSES
29 Rapper Ice Cube’s first name O’SHEA
30 Senator’s place SEAT
31 Lascivious look LEER
33 Gumshoe TEC
34 Spanish airline IBERIA
37 Seize, slangily GLOM
38 Met celebrity DIVA
41 Donkey song? BRAY
43 Come across MEET
45 Radar screen spot BLIP
46 Sheet material PERCALE
47 Greek victim of the Furies ORESTES
50 Glen cousin DALE
52 Shame ABASH
54 Writing __ DESK
55 Legal suspension STAY
57 Desert plants CACTI
58 Online stock transactions E-TRADES
60 Moving memoir subject? TRAVELS
62 Nordic toast SKOAL!
64 Get ready to eat? RIPEN
65 Western hero noted for his thoughtfulness? BILLY THE KIND (from “Billy the Kid”)
67 Card balance, say DEBT
68 Matador’s opponent TORO
69 Tales of social climbers? SNOB STORIES (from “sob stories”)
72 Move, in some ads RELO
77 Gush EFFUSE
78 Pops, to baby DADA
80 Essence MEAT
81 Short-term memory? BLUR
83 Farmers market baked goods? LOCAL BUNS (from “local bus”)
84 Change for a five ONES
85 Netting MESH
88 Ceramic dog, maybe? CHINA PET (from “Chia Pet”)
90 “The Wreck of the Mary __” DEARE
93 Quechua is one of its official languages PERU
95 Trading places: Abbr. MKTS
97 Text entries named for their traditional red color RUBRICS
98 Genetic letters RNA
99 African snakes MAMBAS
100 Historic Nile excavation site AMARNA
101 Roll or emperor KAISER
102 2000s Israeli leader Ariel SHARON
106 Slanted columns OP-EDS
108 Steak named for its shape T-BONE
109 Virgil’s language LATIN
111 Stitches up SEWS
112 Heavenly harp LYRA
115 Kansas-born playwright INGE
116 Hardy’s “Pure Woman Faithfully Presented” TESS
119 Pick up NAB
121 Phillies’ div. NLE