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Wall Street Journal Crossword Answers June 4 2020
NOTE: Click any of the clues below to find the answer
A pothole may cause the loss of one
Genre from Kingston
Head of the class?
One of ten in a strike
One or two lucky turkeys, every Thanksgiving?
Play watcher, of a sort
Delivering millions of presents in a single night, e.g.?
Service stopper, at times
Fig. with no edges
“Of course, madame!”
Disney villain partially inspired by drag queen Divine
“Four Weddings” front-runner?
Region of northern South America
“Bel Canto” author Patchett
Subject of Rosalind Franklin’s X-ray images
“…except for the patriarchy,” for example?
Servant of Sauron
Film with the only female Golden Globe winner for Best Director
Largest city in the Baltic States
Goal of los alquimistas
Pennsylvania’s ___ Mountains
Azadi Tower setting
Place for coins or mail
Texas oil city
Wine locale, sometimes
What America’s got, per a popular TV show
A in Argentina
Only player with 10 World Series championships
Potential police officers
Immigrant daughter in a Cather novel
Sound from a goat
Like medieval Europe
Being, in Boulogne
Like some weekends
Accessible to all
Garment with hooks
Early Beatle Sutcliffe
Watched a whole season of, say
“___ unrelated note…”
Nintendo Switch Lite forerunner
Lottery winner’s whoop
Stage of grief
“Drugs, Inc.” channel
Song covered by Celine, Beyoncé and Aretha, and a hint to this puzzle’s theme
Do a theater job, slangily
Wind in a pit
Carrier with Tokyo hdqrs.