Bring down crossword clue

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S A D D E N

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Wall Street Clues September 27, 2017

Arrive via limo
B movie shooter
Bantu boss
Bear's lair
Blog entry
Bother
Brewery sight
Bring down
Candidate of 2008
Chase away
Clip
"Clumsy me!"
Dallasites and San Antonians
Derby figures
Destiny
"Didn't I tell you?"
Direct the crew
Donkeys attacked by bats, perhaps
Dubai bigwig
Edgar or Hugo
Egotistical utterance
Enthusiasm
Ethan Allen buy
Etsy offerings
Fanciful story
Felt with the fingers
Galvanizing metal
Geriatrics study
German steel city
Green of "Casino Royale"
Harbor vessel
Hawaii's Mauna ___
Hawk on a skateboard
Impresses greatly
Insect that makes a conical trap
Is fired, and what each starred answer does
Jell-O shapers
Koa wood instruments
Last letter on the other side of the pond
Last letter on this side of the pond
Limited support?
Loser's admission
Mamie's mate
Man-mouse go-between
Mayflower Compact signer John
"My man!"
Not nude
Nurse's skill, for short
On edge
*One who's a stickler about maintaining a hairless body?
Opposed
Outperform
Physically strong
*Picture of a piece of silverware sent remotely?
Play down
Prism productions
*Prize money that must be declared?
Ques.'s opposite
Ran into
Rich kid in the "Nancy" comics
Ride for a snow day
Ring legend
Seller of Crunchwrap Supremes
Sharp strikes
Show off one's muscles
Small tenant farm
Some street performers
Spices (up)
Stand-in
*Stationery the color of straw?
Story with a moral
"Superfudge" writer Judy
Third word of "America"
Tight-lipped
Upscale
Young fellow