Zip crossword clue

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News Day Clues September 09, 2017

2008 compilation album that includes ''GoldenEye''
797-episode franchise
A third of ''vierundzwanzig''
Acct. statement, at times
Art on some sopranos' stationery
Big name among smart speakers
__ car
Carried off spiritually
''Case closed''
Cause of coastal erosion
Compounding base
Control-tower figure, for short
Couple in a canoe, maybe
Courtroom clearer, perhaps
Daughter of Titans
Essential attraction
Interferes with
It may be a hip design, informally
Jamaican guy
Keep plugging away
''__ kept flocks . . .'': Genesis
Large manufacturer of car brakes
Lisa Marie's acting ex
Made good on
Many a river's destination
Merrill Edge offerings, briefly
Millions of Angelenos
No longer pressing
No paragon of polish
Not at all ludicrous
Oblong edible
Opposite of ''highly''
Pekingese or Bavarian
Pilgrimage destinations
Polishing team: Abbr.
Polka-band staple
Presents with a ring?
Pretty-but-poisonous plant
Puts into words
''Quant __'' (personally, in Paris)
Range getting scoured
Rising figure?
Sacramental symbol
Shoestring source
Site of San Diego's Lemur Walk
Spread mate
Stands at conventions
Summer-suit accessories
Symbol of Scotland
''The Bridge of San Luis Rey'' setting
Two-handed face
Vampire Aristocrats, in Dungeons & Dragons
Very, to Vivaldi
Washington's ne'er-do-well Dutchman
Wasn't true
What covers Sinatra on many album covers
What to aim at
Wine brewed like beer
Wisecracks and zingers
Yarn-shop lineup
Youngest of a Yorkshire literary trio