Wall Street Journal September 26 2020 Crossword Answers

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Wall Street Journal Crossword Answers September 26 2020

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  • They’ve included Nano, Shuffle and Touch models
  • Popular slip-ons
  • Tridents and Titans
  • Friday creator
  • Gets wind of
  • Generally
  • Snack for a banker?
  • Salsa for a diet doctor?
  • Doctor Strange co-creator
  • Parties at parties
  • Cornerback Wallace of the Buffalo Bills
  • Professional grp.
  • Bearded antelopes
  • Hydronium, e.g.
  • Stable mothers
  • Film sequences
  • Bother
  • Culmination
  • Mrs. in Madrid
  • Barnyard sound
  • Entree for a movie star?
  • Forth
  • Wall St. deal
  • Horizon event
  • Glenn of the Eagles
  • iRobot’s flagship product
  • Where skydivers plummet
  • Wheel turners
  • Rough
  • Parakeet’s pad
  • Thurman of “Pulp Fiction”
  • Photo finish
  • Petites ___ (girlfriends)
  • Half a sawbuck
  • “Be good!”
  • Wyoming range
  • Snags with a hook
  • Drink recipe words
  • Some hotel workers
  • Wrapped garment
  • The Navy has one in Groton, Connecticut
  • Singer DiFranco
  • Shot blocker, at times
  • Side dish for a politician?
  • ___ alai
  • Brown who was a Brown
  • Singer-songwriter Case
  • Vigor
  • Fifties fear
  • Swiss watch brand
  • Frost victim
  • Like some signers
  • Band aids
  • Lock horns
  • Free of profanity
  • “The Graduate” director Mike
  • Bakery item for a judge?
  • Beverage for a get-rich-quick guru?
  • Rousing tune?
  • Mrs. Bradley’s first name on the BBC’s “The Mrs. Bradley Mysteries”
  • Julius Caesar’s first name
  • Shudders
  • Gave up
  • Wrench namesake
  • Tags
  • Stew morsel
  • Wide of the mark
  • Fails to
  • Small denomination
  • Remote possibilities?
  • Solitary sort
  • Randi of TV’s “CHiPs”
  • Tribe in Manitoba
  • Ukr., once
  • Mortarboard bearer
  • Sorts
  • Small incision
  • Gluttony and greed, for two
  • Place in the country
  • Classic Clapton song
  • Revered tribe members
  • Skimpy cake serving
  • Tattered
  • Piazza dei Cavalieri setting
  • Raspberry’s cousin
  • Armory supply
  • Before you know it
  • Breakfast cereal for a ski instructor?
  • Figures of speech
  • Screwed (up)
  • Field measure
  • Tree sanctuaries
  • One with no loving attraction to others, for short
  • Communicable playground malady
  • Imposing abodes
  • Swell up
  • Soprano Sumac
  • Maker of high-end audio equipment
  • Equals
  • Condiment for an Uber driver?
  • Way to learn
  • Black-and-blue
  • Payday letters, for some
  • Coop group
  • Mercury or Saturn
  • Beast or Cyclops
  • Long-running NPR show
  • They get filled on flights
  • Countertop material
  • Theme
  • PDF alternative
  • Beach shelter
  • Walking on air
  • Turf war sides
  • MGM motto word
  • Check for accuracy
  • Summon
  • Jack of “Barney Miller”
  • Be in store
  • Lobbying group for seniors
  • Domino’s output
  • Did a pirouette
  • Sun spot
  • Kid
  • Significance
  • More malevolent
  • Informal
  • Shady spot
  • Loft fill
  • Cut up
  • Bed with bars
  • Recline lazily
  • Vogue alternative
  • Stocking shade
  • Evian Championship org.
  • Dream state acronym
  • Small pouch
  • Zip
  • Stage signal
  • Sister network of QVC