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Wall Street Journal Crossword Answers May 18 2021
NOTE: Click any of the clues below to find the answer
Marco from Miami
Shake the confidence of
City southwest of Kyoto
Quotation book abbr.
*Caught without a glove, in the ballpark
Bills featuring Washington’s portrait
Search for yourself, in a way
*Bitter vegetable of the mustard family
Pale tan color
Attendance no., often
*Los Angeles fossil site
Upscale camera type
Bill featuring Jefferson’s portrait
*Singer often called “The Queen of Country”
Have a big crush on
“Grey’s Anatomy” network
Month before febrero
Resort section of San Diego
Check the price of, in a way
Customizable toy franchise, and what a part of each starred answer can do
Joyous wedding dance
To be, to Berlioz
Man with a code
Stretches of history
Number on a dime
Barney Rubble’s wife
Like judges and spa guests
Member of the nobility
Musician Turner and actor Barinholtz
Kahana Bay setting
Noncanonical stories by devotees, for short
Saldana of “Guardians of the Galaxy”
Like larghissimo compared with largo
Lowest female singing voice
Swedish group with the 1994 #1 hit “The Sign”
“___ folly to be wise”
“Try ___ might…”
Nail polish remover ingredient
Kinsey research topic
Texter’s “Gimme a minute”
Futuristic 1921 apek play
Copier tray abbr.
Hearst magazine focused on interiors
Sauce with eggs, cheese and bacon
It’s between a birdie and a bogey
Land in 46-Down
They may sell naming rights
Sea, to the French
Fit for sentry duty
Really good time
Stay in line
Filly or jenny
Language related to Hopi
Saver’s option, for short