LA Times Daily Answers September 18 2020

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  • Sit tight
  • Lucy who played Watson on “Elementary”
  • 10-Down instrument
  • Isn’t with more people?
  • Miller of “Room Service”
  • Winner of four FIFA World Cups
  • French toast part
  • Baby goat
  • Arc lamp gas
  • Nickname for the first Web user?
  • California peaks, with “the”
  • Peace, in Russian
  • Pen name
  • Family nickname
  • Benjamin Hoff’s “The __ of Pooh”
  • Japanese wrestling
  • Middle of summer?
  • General Motors toy?
  • Stylish flap
  • Tarzan’s Cheeta, for one
  • Evasive maneuver
  • Cheese snack for the road?
  • Until now
  • Vogue rival
  • Volume-increasing addition, usually
  • Small untruth
  • Mall __
  • Japanese yes
  • Pitcher’s malady
  • Hangover … and a hint to 20-, 34- and 41-Across
  • “Death of a Salesman” family name
  • Ambient music pioneer Brian
  • SoFi Stadium NFLer
  • Winner of 15 Grammys (2009-2017)
  • Fort Worth sch.
  • Snail trail
  • Loser to Roosevelt and Truman
  • Remained idle
  • Keep
  • Foundation
  • Afghan’s neighbor
  • Al __
  • Goes into
  • Land O’__: dairy aisle brand
  • Competitive
  • Intact
  • “Cars” maker
  • Tabloid twosome
  • Part-goat god
  • “Evil Woman” gp.
  • Example, for instance: Abbr.
  • Adjective for Alexander’s day, in a Judith Viorst kids’ book
  • Mars rover org.
  • Couture giant
  • Mac
  • It might be spitting
  • Dancer companion
  • Varieties
  • __-cone
  • Ranking member, as in a village
  • Actress Gibbs of “The Jeffersons”
  • In need of mopping up
  • Baby beds
  • Military leaders
  • Portentous time
  • Bring up
  • In __: confused
  • Come about
  • Dear
  • Pig feature
  • Naturally lit courtyards
  • Paper quantities
  • Big Apple sports mascot
  • Tom or bull
  • Ancient Cuzco resident
  • Bloke
  • Wordsworth wrote one to duty
  • Pound sound