Crossword Puzzle Info

Wall Street Journal – Jul 6 2018

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Wall Street Journal Crossword Puzzle Solutions РJul 6 2018 

Clues Answers
“Agreed” TRUE
“Big” man HANKS
“Don’t feel bad!” ITSOK
“My mistake!” OH SORRY
“Obviously!” YES
“Stop!” QUIT IT
101-year-old architect IMPEI
14-time AL All-Star AROD
About to get INFO
Attendee at Nobel Prize ceremonies THE QUEEN OF SW
Bedroom scenes DREAM
Beneath contempt VILE
Best Actress nominee for 1992’s “Indochine” CATHERINEUVE
Big dish ENTREE
Blazes new legal territory SETSAPRECT
Bring back on board REHIRE
Cab alternative LYFT
Carry ___ (sing well) ATUNE
Cecil of scholarships RHODES
Cherbourg “she” ELLE
Courageous GUTSY
Do background checks on VET
Does the same thing as APES
Egyptian hieroglyph that means “life” ANKH
Element named from the Greek for “strange” XENON
Five-star Bradley OMAR
Fruit-flavored brandy EAUDEVIE
Fry quickly SUATE
Give the benefits of contact with EXPOSE TO
Great Lakes region shelter TEPEE
Green neighbor TRAP
Happy colleague DOC
Headstone letters RIP
Heinie TUSH
Hunting craft originally KAYAKS
Idle chattering on English TV sometimes ERIC
It contains an Oscar winner’s name SEALVELOPE
It contains many numbers IPOD
Key material once IVORY
Lace mats DOILIES
Like paper clips BENT
Literary plantation TARA
Location of many a Scottish town GLEN
LOLcat’s sound NOM
Long look GAZE
Lowest roll ONE
Man of the future LAD
Member of the nobility DAME
Move like ketchup from a packet OOZE
Multigenerational story e.g. SAGA
NBA tiebreakers OTS
Neighbor of Norway and North Korea RUSSIA
Not the best place to park BUS LANE
One of its provinces is Fars IRAN
Panhandle BEG
Phone number casually DIGITS
Potential trouble for Google Translate IDIOMS
Punk star Pop IGGY
Reacted to a tearjerker WEPT
Refute DENY
Roti say BREAD
Rough language? FORE
Scope AREA
Section of some poems EPODE
Shaving stuff GEL
She was Anna in 1935’s “Anna Karenina” GRETA
Six-month do often PERM
Sixth of Henry VIII PARR
Snacked on ATE
Springfield merchant APU
Starfish arm RAY
Surname of Poehler’s “Parks and Recreation” character KNOPE
Turned blue say DYED
Turner of “Latin Lovers” LANA
Used for extra height STOODON
Whirl SPIN