LA Times Daily Answers August 19 2017

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  • Bass-baritone role in an 1885 Savoy Theatre premiere
  • King Features Syndicate parent
  • Brown world?
  • “I have a bad feeling about this”
  • Strike a chord
  • There’s one right in front of you
  • MSN, for one
  • Wore with jaunty confidence
  • Scuttle
  • Most of a pool cue
  • 11, at times: Abbr.
  • Cooked
  • Vital vessels
  • W-9 filers
  • Look for business?
  • Panasonic flat-screen
  • Welsh herder
  • Peruse, as a catalog
  • Majesty
  • Four-time WWE World Champion Brock __
  • Wharf
  • Dressy accessory
  • Curling piece
  • Audible pauses
  • How cherries jubilee is served
  • Dungeons & Dragons bird
  • Shout on arrival
  • 1984 Winter Olympics city
  • Strongly suggest
  • Alito and Thomas
  • Danny, vis-à-vis the “Bloodline” siblings
  • Sharp weapons
  • Best Supporting Actress two years after Whoopi
  • Exhibition with blades
  • ’90s loser to Deep Blue
  • Flap
  • Forest digs
  • “Rubáiyát” poet
  • Word before and after against
  • Israel’s Olmert
  • Sharp-edged tool
  • Nine Inch Nails founder Trent
  • Briny
  • Natural history museum attractions, briefly
  • School with trimesters called halves
  • Cheap opening
  • Bellyache
  • Kan. Army installation
  • Go up against
  • Turn off and then some
  • Cape Cod catch
  • Forensics ridge
  • Stallone roles, e.g.
  • Sitting Bull’s people
  • “Forget I said anything”
  • Downsizes
  • German royal house, 1714-1901
  • Knight aide
  • Buffet
  • Tied up
  • Scouting ops
  • Weird Al song that wonders, “Tell me why I bid on Shatner’s old toupee”
  • Picked dos
  • Took off
  • Noteworthy times
  • Stretch (out)
  • Like
  • Politico with a father, brother and son named George
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