Wall Street Journal Crossword Answers – September 14 2019 – It’s a Living

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Number Clues Answers
1 Doer, in cop show jargon PERP
5 Mother of George, Charlotte and Louis KATE
9 Proposes as a price ASKS
13 Support staffs? CANES
18 Pops portrayer on “The Goldbergs” SEGAL
19 Safari runner IMAC
20 Madison Avenue award CLIO
21 Esteem to the extreme ADORE
22 “It’s a ___,” said the pig farmer HOGCALLING
24 “It’s a ___,” said the salsa maker HOTPURSUIT
26 Bivouac sight ARMYTENT
27 Panhandles BEGS
28 Some Halloween doings PRANKS
29 Spy’s org. CIA
30 Free from worries EASY
31 Disorder MUSS
32 Hollywood favorite IDOL
33 Bob Dole, for one KANSAN
35 Your and my OUR
36 Lawyer’s hurdle STATEBAR
40 “It’s a ___,” said the accountant NUMBERSRACKET
45 Japanese noodles SOBA
46 Spongy dessert BABA
49 Lose ground? ERODE
50 Holds responsible BLAMES
52 Piz Bernina, e.g. ALP
53 Start of a Whitman work OCAPTAIN
55 Picnic pest GNAT
56 Hush-hush SECRET
58 Examine by touch PALPATE
59 Mower handle? DEERE
60 “Far out!” RAD
61 Pier foundations PILES
62 “It’s a ___,” said the carnival barker FAIRTRADE
66 Rival of Sparta ARGOS
69 Budget excess FAT
70 Fires BOOTS
71 Fundraising efforts APPEALS
73 Van Gogh painting sold for a record $53.9 million in 1987 IRISES
76 Like big sunglasses OWLY
77 Alfred Hunt and Andrew Carnegie STEELMEN
78 Revolutionary Guevara CHE
79 Solemn ceremony RITUAL
81 Not available TAKEN
83 Brain scans, for short EEGS
84 They’re caught in pots EELS
86 “It’s a ___,” said the comic strip artist FUNNYBUSINESS
89 Shone brightly RADIATED
91 Cruncher’s pride ABS
92 Wound LESION
96 Hosp. scans MRIS
97 Brady’s bunch PATS
99 It’s known for its bell ringers AVON
101 3.0, e.g. GPA
102 Lieutenant’s subordinate ENSIGN
105 Spare parts? PINS
106 Surfing mishaps WIPEOUTS
108 “It’s a ___,” said the newspaper reporter DAILYGRIND
110 “It’s a ___,” said the interior decorator SPACECRAFT
112 Seller of Skylake chips INTEL
113 Pay to play ANTE
114 Reduce PARE
115 Bug ANNOY
116 Skirtlike piece of armor TASSE
117 Difficult situation MESS
118 Pub orders ALES
119 Fly like an eagle SOAR


Number Clues Answers
1 Bradley University site PEORIA
2 Character in a Beatles song EGGMAN
3 Somewhat naughty RACY
4 Neither improve nor decline PLATEAU
5 Pottery class needs KILNS
6 Harmonious relationship AMITY
7 Belt color TAN
8 Heart scan, for short ECG
9 Tylenol targets ACHES
10 Drudges SLOGS
11 Baby foxes KITS
12 Bribe SOP
13 Stick alternative CARROT
14 Magazine revenue source ADSALES
15 Parsing choice NOUN
16 Johnson of the Colorado Avalanche ERIK
17 Places for props SETS
18 Crude shelter SHACK
23 Skinless chicken breasts, e.g. LEANMEAT
25 Program fixes UPDATES
27 “Wait for It” singer in “Hamilton” BURR
31 Deliberate MUSE
32 Thingy ITEM
34 Crunchy veggies SNAPPEAS
35 Former California fort ORD
36 Did figures SKATED
37 “It’s a ___,” said the sawmill operator BOARDGAME
38 Having the requisite skill ABLE
39 Completely captivated RAPT
41 Succinct BRIEF
42 Seemingly forever EON
43 Doubleday and others ABNERS
44 “The Nutcracker” heroine CLARA
46 Hale-___ (comet seen in 1997) BOPP
47 Smoothie berry ACAI
48 “It’s a ___,” said the party planner BALLFIELD
51 Colorful wrap SERAPE
54 Employee of a mistrustful monarch TASTER
55 California museum that’s the current home of 73-Across GETTY
57 Remiss CARELESS
59 With tongue in cheek DROLLY
63 Be plentiful ABOUND
64 Herbert Hoover, for one IOWAN
65 Finished off EATEN
67 First name in fashion OLEG
68 Taxpayers’ info SSNS
72 Wife of Odysseus PENELOPE
73 Bakery worker ICER
74 Emu’s South American cousin RHEA
75 Working with flour SIFTING
77 Enjoy a run SKI
80 Calendar abbr. TUES
81 Soaking sites TUBS
82 Plow puller ASS
85 Literary comparisons SIMILES
87 Daffy BATS
88 Native New Yorkers SENECAS
90 Sock pattern ARGYLE
93 Herbivorous pet IGUANA
94 Choose OPTFOR
95 Foul NASTY
97 Pub orders PINTS
98 Aconcagua’s range ANDES
99 With it AWARE
100 Bad habits VICES
102 Clean up, in a way EDIT
103 “Peter Pan” pooch NANA
104 Goes unused SITS
105 Long PINE
107 “Yes ___?” ORNO
109 Farm butter RAM
110 Body shop? SPA
111 Cohort PAL