LA Times Crossword May 22 2020 Answers

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Conference giveaways

Tampa NFLers

Place for a phone no.

Capital of Cuba

Drama honor

“Odyssey” enchantress

One studying the waters near England?

Cool kin

Loud sound

Comprehends

Jackson of country

Namesake of a speed ratio

Communication device with a fancy patterned case?

Benefit

Equine parent

People pairs, say

Dinner party insert

There are two pennies in a classic one

Word with wing or life

Value system

Irritated

Be indisposed

Part of a Chinese restaurant’s expenses?

Unpleasant look

Bloom support

Radio switch

Lush

Swindles

Nutrition for a leading insect?

Old Northwest competitor

Nixon or Agnew, once

Storage structure

Insurance giant

Misses the mark

“That hurts!”

Public relations specialty

Are in the past?

“Heat of the Moment” band

Attend alone

Only 21st-century four-time World Series champs, on scoreboards

Geekiest of geeks

“Buh-bye!”

Street on TV since 1969

IV site

Imbibed in small doses

Playhouse locale, perhaps

Unwanted spots

Comprehends

Donut features

Speed __

“Nessun dorma,” e.g.

Antepenultimate Greek letter

Connect with

State with a Sawtooth Range

Beer-making ingredient

Country between China and India

Office chore

Newcastle Brown __

NBC show with many Second City alumni

“I’d like to know more”

Peruses

Part of Q.E.D.

Iowa campus

Roeper’s former partner

Rookie, briefly

Lament

“Whatevs”

Ocean shade

Erato, for one

Exploit

“In thy dreams!”

Parisian friend

“The Phantom Tollbooth” protagonist

“The Hunger Games” president

FDR “fair practices” agency

URL addresses