Wall Street Journal Crossword Answers March 16 2019

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  • He was awarded the title of Marquis of the Valley of Oaxaca
  • Fumbled, as a football
  • Netflix series set in Colombia
  • Illuminating comment
  • Betrays nervousness
  • Catherine who had a cow
  • *Tongass in Alaska is the largest one
  • Reds hurler Roark
  • Get things wrong
  • Showed contempt
  • Primitive primate
  • Messy spot
  • Dangerous dog
  • *Another name for the devilwood
  • On the button
  • Better business?
  • Pickup part
  • Peppery powder
  • More ticked off
  • Swiss resort popular with jet-setters
  • No longer going on
  • *Nickname of gangster George K. Barnes
  • Attacked
  • Wall in Manhattan, e.g.
  • Reiteration lead-in
  • Buy lines?
  • Viscount’s superior
  • Iron
  • Prez on pennies
  • *Calcium hydroxide powder
  • *Recruitment pro
  • Twisty shape
  • Cel mates?
  • Lowly worker
  • Lou Hoover or Mamie Eisenhower, e.g.
  • Play with, cat-style
  • Back of the neck
  • It was once yours
  • *Brand with a mermaid mascot
  • Some Ivy Leaguers
  • Brother put in a cage
  • Hammer in Hollywood
  • It’s at home on the range
  • Tuition reducer
  • Shoot sprouting from a plant’s base
  • Fanny pack part
  • *Marine algae also called carrageen
  • Rathskeller vessel
  • Mean: Abbr.
  • Pal of Tarzan
  • Kick around
  • Title for Lancelot
  • Lover of Lancelot
  • *Fifteenth Hercule Poirot novel
  • Make out
  • Eager to listen
  • Melon
  • Gothenburg group
  • Grown-up fille
  • Like some condors
  • Props for Willy Wonka and Mr. Peanut
  • Dizzying designs
  • Subject to double jeopardy
  • Half of hex-
  • Start for tourism or system
  • One of 12 in astrology
  • Career soldier
  • Olfactory stimulus
  • Cruel sort
  • Canary snack
  • UFO crew
  • Eminent
  • Site of a 13-day siege
  • Kidney-based
  • One who might have a guest for dinner?
  • Smelter input
  • Leb. neighbor
  • Sails force?
  • Deck application
  • Country music?
  • West Bank grp.
  • Storage site
  • Undercover agent’s wear
  • Schnitzel base
  • Water, whirled
  • Pool player’s request
  • Stick together
  • Shakespearean sprite
  • Transmitted
  • Whodunit discovery
  • Benefits
  • Busybodies
  • Shuts down, to prevent a meltdown
  • Grind together
  • Aspen attire
  • Cruz in the Senate
  • Eroded
  • One spotted in Africa
  • Like some lemons
  • Bad thing for a cop to be on
  • Study
  • Whenever ready
  • Old frosh topper
  • Physicist Rutherford
  • Wooden rod
  • Shark offering
  • On this page, perhaps
  • Totally worthless
  • Poor sap
  • Dell output
  • Houston ballplayer, for short
  • Sprint winner
  • Spiced drink
  • “Easy to Be Hard” musical
  • Point out
  • Nickname of Thomas Wright Waller
  • Hindu god of compassion
  • Swimmer Thorpe
  • Spoil
  • Carne ___ (Mexican steak dish)
  • Leaves flabbergasted
  • Recoiled
  • In the future
  • Sporting contests
  • Composer’s creation
  • Words to the audience
  • Country estate
  • Color, a shade of which ends each of the starred answers
  • Hollow
  • Article
  • Pillow cover
  • Mag. staffers
  • “That Old Feeling” lyricist Brown
  • Tolkien’s Legolas, e.g.
  • Many, many years
  • Mute salute