October 6th 2018, Wall Street Journal

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Academy newbie
Adds at the last minute
Altar exchange
...and the brass section kept ___
Angry oath
Asteroids source
Atlas section
Battle of ___ Creek (1780 Tennessee fight)
Before, poetically
Benedictine's wear
Blood pressure raiser
Bob of "Full House"
Botanist's field
Brooch stone
...but the trombonists were willing to ___...
Cattle driver
Caver's cry
Cleared, as a gaming table
Clutter-clearing event
Cold shower
Comes out
Commotion
Confession count
Croats and Serbs
Customers
Cyan's kin
Deck crew chiefs
Destroy bit by bit
Dine late
Diner on "Alice"
Diplomatic doings
Disinclined
Dubai dignitaries
Ear, in combinations
Early anesthetic
Earthquake or flood, e.g.
Egypt's Sadat
Elusive Himalayan
Email address, often
End of some company names
Entire, in music
Equinox mo.
Euro divs.
First European to discover New Zealand
Fish-catching eagles
Fixes a hem
Flock members
Foot part
"___ for the Misbegotten"
Gaelic
George's songwriting partner
"Get moving!"
Goods producers: Abbr.
Gregarious
Half a fathom
Harness race entrant
He resigned in October 1973
Holiday lead-ins
Horace collection
Hurler Hershiser
Inflexible
IV inserters, at times
"Jeopardy!" producer
Juicers
Lapland people
Less fresh
Like a velvet Elvis
Like "marimba" and "basenji"
Like medieval Europe
Like some memorable days
Line crosser
Lisa of CNN
List of candidates
Loan figs.
Lucy's love
Macadam ingredient
Make clearer, maybe
Marseille menu
Marty's "Young Frankenstein" role
"Matter of Fact" columnist Joseph
Mediocre, review-wise
Medium
Merlin Olsen, for his entire pro career
Minnow mover
Misty Copeland costume
More bizarre
Name on "Pulp Fiction" posters
Neighborhood
Ness's crew
Network that became Spike TV in 2003
Never, to Nietzsche
"Norma" number
Notre Dame honoree
On ___ (commensurate)
Org. in post-Katrina news
Pep rally shout
Perp zapper
Philosopher Kierkegaard
Play reviewer
Pooh's pessimistic pal
Purported
Rachael Ray cooking staple, for short
Radius neighbor
Record exec's drawerful
"Right back ___!"
Schnitzel base
Scholars' collars
Shrunken sea
Sidekick with a headband
Simple song
Snitch
Socket for a camera's flash
Sparkling wine
Special Forces headgear
Stay ahead of
Story in une maison
Subject of a snap, often
Tacky stuff
Team VIPs
...the drummer was tired of ___...
...the governing board decided the situation called for ___...
...the guitarist was constantly ___...
The orchestra was in turmoil; the conductor didn't ___...
...the organist wouldn't ___...
...the pianist was ___...
...the violinists were in favor of ___...
They may be blank
Time off, slangily
Title of respect in India
"Uh-huh!"
Underworld parties
Vb. form like "to be"
Wanda of "Black-ish"
Watchdog warning
Way beyond bad
Way over yonder
"We have divided in three our kingdom" speaker
With bated breath
Withers
Wolfgang Puck's flagship restaurant
"You're Easy on the Eyes" singer Clark