Chi follower crossword clue

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La Times Clues May 27, 2017

1997 Emmy winner for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
Adulterer follower, in slang
Best Upset, e.g.
Bible-toting aunt on "Sanford and Son"
Big enchilada
Bobby in a '70s chart-topper
Bochco drama
Boob tube
Brazilian mountain chain
British racing cars
Cheese with PGI status (protected geographical indication)
Chi follower
Clotted cream may be put on one
Coder's conditional
Crisis advice
Dimple on a die
Distillery leftovers
Essential __
False __
Fictional 1847 autobiographer
First name in landscape photography
"Fish" star
Give the third degree
Indians' habitat?: Abbr.
It might cause quite a shock
It's also called scroggin or schmogle
It's often transported upside-down
Least obfuscatory
Like bears and koala bears
"Loot" playwright
Made bank
Make trouble
Manipulator of the Moor
Military clipping?
Muppets chimp __ Minella
MVP of Super Bowls I and II
Neophyte, briefly
Nugget of wisdom
Palindromic court star
Parts of many place settings
Physics model using an analogy to the solar system
"Pick it up!"
Problem caused by fallen dough?
Real piece of work
"Sanford and Son" first name
Sanskrit scripture, with "the"
Shade of black
Shooter's piece
SSN, e.g.
Styled after
Superman's kin
Swear to be true
The French?
The "Iliad" and the "Odyssey"
They carry charges
They're framed
Thickening agent
Tinder meeting
Trees whose bark contains the anti-inflammatory salicin
Wipe out, in snowboarding slang
Word that sometimes precedes itself