Try crossword clue

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Possible Solution

S T A B

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La Times Clues November 09, 2017

Alice's workplace
Andean tuber
Animated film set partly in Insectopia
Approximately 2.2 lbs.
"Are you calling me __?"
Army training ctr.
Barely flow
Board and lodging
Bouquet
Brown bar orders
Bugs often caught
By way of, to Burns
Bygone automaker
Calligraphy supply
Carpentry fastener
Club charges
Conductor's job?
Cookie with a limited-edition Swedish Fish variety
Corvallis sch.
Couch potato's device
Cough syrup amt.
Cruise stop
Currier's partner
Decay
Dipping chip
DOJ chiefs
Eighth of a fluid ounce
Electrical unit
Energetic worker
Extreme degree
Features of some sports cars, and what this puzzle's four longest answers have in common
Fight
First name in bologna
"Garfield" dog
Geological period
Greek sun god
Hidden supply
Highly respected speakers maker
Hit hard, as the brakes
It may be beaten
Italian wine city
Jessica Simpson's pop-singing sister
Jet engine sound
Junior Jetson
Last letters in Canada
Like either main face of El Capitan
Like many trees in winter
Livestock feed approximation?
Mil. category
Moment-of-truth words
Move quickly
Moves merrily
NBA stats
New Year's Day word
"Nick of Time" singer
Nigerian native
Not covering much
Old El Paso product
Orch. section
Oxen coupler
Part of a proverbial secretive trio
Public relations distortion
Quickly, in memos
Recycling, composting, etc.?
Related
Respond
Sch. support groups
Slightly embellished truth
Some twitches
Taper off
"The Wonder Years" mom
Tongue-in-cheek presidential tribute?
Touch on
Track-and-field events
Try
Went over the limit
West Point, e.g.: Abbr.
Yells "Fore!" at