L.A. Times Daily - May 5 2018

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Clues Answers
"Ask Me Another" co-producer NPR
"C'mon, bro!" DUDE
"Deadwood" actress Jewell GERI
"It's out of my hands" ITRIED
"Okay, here's the deal" SOLISTEN
"Once more __ the breach": "Henry V" UNTO
"Shine a Little Love" band, to fans ELO
"Superstore" airer NBC
"This is so humbling" IMHONORED
"Very well" SOBEIT
"You can come out now" ITSSAFE
"__ Meenie": Kingston/Bieber hit EENIE
"¿Cómo __?" ESTAS
1950 story collection including "The Evitable Conflict" IROBOT
Action movie pieces UZIS
Affectionate sort HUGGER
Algonquian language CREE
Back at the track BETON
Ball State University city MUNCIE
Certain fisher EELER
Chiller ICE
Clear-cut, as for lumber DEFOREST
Coolidge is famous for it TERSENESS
Dali contemporary SERT
Design that's just over a foot ANKLETAT
Drink with a croissant, maybe CAFEAULAIT
Duck Hunt platform NES
Firing site KILN
Fugitive's plea HIDEME
Go smoothly HUM
Going places? TOILETS
Clues Answers
Hardly harmonious STRAINED
Hosp. areas ORS
Interview, often ONEONONE
Irreverent one BLASPHEMER
Lamp filler KEROSENE
Literally, "something for something" QUIDPROQUO
New York home of the Himalayan Highlands BRONXZOO
Newark's county ESSEX
Not following anyone OUTFRONT
Novel first credited to Currer Bell JANEEYRE
Often flowery words ODE
One of the original singers of "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" NALA
One skilled in moderation HOST
Record-setting Lady Vols basketball coach Summitt PAT
Rival of SEA and OAK LAA
Safety's stat INT
Sched. uncertainty TBA
Scott Lang, when in costume ANTMAN
Semiannual astronomical event EQUINOX
Short notice? IQUIT
Southwestern plant whose oil is used in cosmetics JOJOBA
Subtle signal NOD
Symbols of strength OAKTREES
Test giver LABTECH
Texter's "Too funny!" ROTFL
They can be eaten or absorbed LOSSES
Thimble Theatre name OYL
Title for Sidious DARTH
Toy truck name HESS
Virginia senator Kaine TIM
Voting Rights Act pres LBJ
Walk unsteadily TOTTER
What contacts may help EYES
What's often on the following page NEXTMONTH