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LA Times crossword of June 23rd, 2019 other clues
Friend of d'Artagnan
Turning point
Organ array
Cunning
Didn't lose a game
Site of Italy's Festival of Festivals, featuring local food and wine
Parting from 1-Across
Managed care gps.
Interface on old computers
Crossing with a charge
Crab in space
Whenever you want
Carpenter's supply
Herbie of jazz
Cuts back
Debatable claim
Repeated word in the Stones' "Jumpin' Jack Flash"
Suffolk slammer
Diarist Anaïs
Landing flight paths
Camera setting
Violinist awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1992
TD Garden skater
Southern accent feature
Long-necked wader
128-Across' __ Vecchio
__-Caps: candy
Rights advocacy gp.
German article
18th-century lexicographer Johnson
Thrice, in Rx's
Taproom containers
Intend that one will
"Top Hat" star
Procure
Longest serving Secretary of State, 1933-'44
Many desktops
One getting on in years
Ice cream serving
Actor Baldwin
Okra unit
Puts on the books
Fed. benefits agency
Student stressor
"__ we good?"
"Ditto"
Summer refreshers
Start of an acting career, ideally
Nouveau __
Longest-serving Republican senator, 1977-2019
Location
Parting words
The first of two T's, in a familiar sequence
Flue residue
Trawler's tool
Caribbean export
Wet dips
Secured, in a way
Actress Lansbury
Nova __
Single-masted ships
TV reporting VIP
Gesture of respect to a monarch
Piece for two
Nursed, say
Tolstoy's Karenina
Get hitched in haste
See 55-Across
Lew in old films
Foucault with a pendulum
Candy mogul H.B. __
PGA part: Abbr.
So precious, in Penzance
Oregano, for one
Old den indulgence
"The Great Escape" setting
Limit
"Operation Phone Home" gp.
Sundress part
"Mere" amount
Like a good waiter
Beloved stars
Vitamin __
Slender swimmer
Rental from a renter
Petulant complaint
Source of film trivia
Opera house section
River of Flanders
Tropical veranda
Region of industrial decline
Watch holder
Poked (around)
Wander (about)
2000s Saturn midsize model
Metaphor for an unfair advantage
Athletic shoe once endorsed by Paula Abdul
Limo destination
Like yearbooks
Simple home in the woods
NorCal NFL team
Keep a roomie awake, maybe
Hooting young
Sure competitor
Greener Living org.
Haul
Electric wheels
Unassisted
One of 20 in "Hamlet"
Military meal
Help for a sad BFF
Latin carol word
Figure of speech?
Biblical prophet
Sports shockers
Eye-catching display
SoCal wine valley
Set the pace
Center
Rocky peak
Knotted neckwear
Tone down, as a color
Arctic people
Like many reactions
Vietnam New Year
Opening words eventually followed by clinking
Inventor's jubilant shout
Raise aloft
Seyfried of "Mean Girls"
Employee in a cage
Tea go-with
Rhône tributary
Professor Challenger's creator
Forever __ day
Nerve: Pref.
Tony-winning Verdon of "Damn Yankees"
__-Pei: dog breed
Wind ensemble member
Bursts
Popeye's __'Pea
Shed a tear
Card game shout
Got into the race

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