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“Columbo” org.

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Wall Street Journal Clues August 24, 2019

Delta-Foxtrot go-between
Party registration?
N. modifier
Black Sea port
Ashcan School painter John French ___
Wheeling’s river
It’s easy, so they say
Settings of some morning art
“Cool substitute!” said the 1960s bohemian
Devoted spouse’s words
It stuffs you up
Period between cause and effect
Rachel Weisz’s role in “The Mummy”
Grammer of “Frasier”
“Cool turn!” said the surfer
8-Down who wrote “The Flea”
Yemen port
In shape
Howling winds
“Cool sonnet!” said the gamer
“Tess of the d’Urbervilles” libertine
Recurring theme
Largest New Deal agcy.
Official messenger
“Cool departure!” said the millennial
Put together
Collectible strings
Makeup for Dick Van Dyke in “Mary Poppins”
Infallible authority
Carby tubes
“Secrets of the Dead” network
“Cool blanks!” said the Gen Xer
Going by in the past
“Columbo” org.
Language in which Gandalf is called Mithrandir
Haydn sobriquet
It’s set nightly
Bygone Mauritius dwellers
“Cool monster!” said the yuppie
Vegetarian’s request
Harsh review
Botox may be used on them
These words
“Cool wool!” said the beatnik
Notorious motel name
Like Eric Rohmer movies
Leith lass, e.g.
Org. with many boomers
Transformative king
“Cool beginnings!” said the ’90s rapper
1987 role for De Niro
Wood strip
“I went here” marker
“When Can I See You” singer
Available, as a London taxi
“Cool reflex!” said the skateboarder
Old markets
___ rampage
Ticked off
Like students at the end of the semester
“30 Rock” star
Monopoly card
Honeyed drink
Writer Wiesel
Classic nightclub, familiarly
School on the street
The smallest change?
Begins a turn
Ghostly spirit
Corpse, to cop show cops
34-Across, e.g.
Pithecanthropus, literally
Took some courses
“Hero” hero
Sanctions target
Hoover, e.g.
Lucy Ricardo’s sidekick
Comic Harvey
Letter addition
Capital or charm, for example
Flag supporter
Elphaba sings “Defying Gravity” at the end of it
Bulldog backer
Gaming allotment
Supermarket section
Qatar exited it in 2019
Word before Leppard or Jam
Austrian article
Like Lenin
Off-roader, briefly
St. ___ Girl (German beer)
Eager (to go)
Primary choices
Redmayne of “The Theory of Everything”
Balinese complaint
One of the deadly sins
Argentine article
“I don’t want to look at that!”
Friends who aren’t close
Gibson feature
Backup option
Extoller of “the bare necessities”
Overuses a mailing list, say
Go straight to the courthouse, perhaps
Andy Taylor or Ben Cartwright, e.g.
Protection rating
It may be topped by a tie
“Reflektor” band
Item torn out of a book
Insensitive, in a way
Wool source
Civil rights leader Baker
Birds with coastal colonies
Like a basic bike
Cookie container
Accusatory words
Cooking herb
Literary personification of British class issues
Rowdy crowds
Shake alternative
Grazing region
Community spirit
Expect from
Cologne water
Like windows and sheets of stamps
In-crowd outsider
“Puppy Love” artist
Included indirectly
Airport abbr.
Rap duo ___ Sremmurd
Reproach oneself for

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