Wall Street Journal Crossword Answers – August 15 2022 – Bee Gees Remix

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Number Clues Answers
1 Hoffman of the Chicago Seven ABBIE
6 Love, in Latin AMOR
10 Rolls-Royce’s parent company BMW
13 Like interstate exits RAMPED
19 Ocean, informally BRINY
20 Miles of movies VERA
21 1921 play that introduced the word “robot” RUR
22 Wagnerian princess ISOLDE
23 False name used while on a Vegas toot? BENDERIDENTITY
26 Lose track? DERAIL
27 Ninth grade course, often ALGEBRAI
28 Spillage from a skid row bottle? GUTTERSCOTCH
30 ___-relief BAS
31 A snow bridge may conceal it CREVASSE
33 Alien-seeking subj. SETI
34 St. Regis rival HYATT
37 Weapon wielded by ninja turtle Raphael SAI
38 Needle TEASE
41 Lost a family portrait in a poker game? BETTHEPICTURE
47 Dr. of rap DRE
48 Barkeep voiced by Hank Azaria MOE
51 Capital on a fjord OSLO
52 Added to the bylaws MADEARULE
54 Book boo-boos ERRATA
56 Clock std. GMT
57 Remove from power UNSEAT
59 ICU inserts IVS
62 Product of un poulet OEUF
64 Reason for a strict diet and exercise regimen? GIRTHCONTROL
66 Copycat’s words METOO
68 Nanakuli necklace LEI
70 Last three letters of a farmer song refrain EIO
71 “___ of Two Cities” ATALE
72 Opening a burger restaurant called Mac Donald’s? BRANDLARCENY
77 Lug CLOD
79 Fixed SET
80 Still green, maybe UNRIPE
81 Start of a Spanish welcoming phrase MICASA
83 Scrape (out) EKE
84 Angus ID EARTAG
85 How you might down a canapé INONEBITE
87 Sails force? NAVY
91 Foxy SLY
92 Beyond tipsy LIT
94 Result of a faulty Elmer’s dispenser? GLUEINTHEFACE
96 Aperture number FSTOP
98 Jargon suffix ESE
99 Reason to squint GLARE
100 Plot portion ACRE
103 Iraq’s area NEAREAST
108 Bossy outburst MOO
109 Fearless investigative reporters? BRAVEDIGGERS
112 Highly nervous INASWEAT
117 Deceitful doings FAKERY
118 Therapy session for somebody suffering a loss? GRIEFENCOUNTER
120 Resistant AVERSE
121 Third-most traded currency YEN
122 Aquatic apex predator ORCA
123 Backward-looking RETRO
124 Truman and Myerson, for two BESSES
125 Parisian possessive SES
126 Pro ___ RATA
127 DuPont refrigerant FREON


Number Clues Answers
1 “Fernando” singers ABBA
2 Singer-songwriter Jacques BREL
3 Google alternative BING
5 It’s used to remove optical irritants EYEBATH
6 Running shoe company AVIA
7 Healthcare payer for some low-income people MEDICAID
8 Mine yield ORE
9 Compass RANGE
10 Big name in water filters BRITA
11 Hardly purebreds MUTTS
12 Most droll WRYEST
13 Purges RIDS
14 “Hang on ___!” ASEC
15 Sullen MOROSE
16 It’s found at home PLATE
17 Formal order EDICT
18 Walled city of India DELHI
24 They cross at Xings RRS
25 8 letters, on a keypad TUV
29 Clarinet piece REED
32 Campus in Houston, TX RICEU
34 “Barry” carrier HBO
35 “That’s right!” YES
36 Hartsfield-Jackson’s airport code ATL
37 Flapjack flipper SPATULA
39 Recess retort ARESO
40 Lover’s song SERENADE
42 Model who hosted “More to Love” EMME
43 Strong flavor TANG
44 Bears, to Brutus URSI
45 Sorry soul RUER
46 Fill with joy ELATE
48 Light cotton fabric MADRAS
49 Lawrence’s portrayer OTOOLE
50 Young raptor EAGLET
53 System of morals ETHIC
55 “Round and Round” metal band RATT
56 Best buds GOODPALS
59 Suffuses IMBUES
60 Springy? VERNAL
61 Like a Van Gogh painting STARRY
63 Nobelist who worked on the Manhattan Project FERMI
65 “Gigi” author COLETTE
67 “Will do” ONIT
69 Cake cover ICING
73 Kosher LEGIT
74 Earth Day subj. ECOL
75 Part of Mork’s closing NANU
76 Slangy “Understand?” YSEE
78 Jazz label since 1918 OKEH
82 “___ Irish Rose” ABIES
86 Self-preservation, e.g. INSTINCT
87 Jerry Jones or Art Rooney II, e.g. NFLOWNER
88 Motorists’ org. AAA
89 Bygone TV adjunct VCR
90 “___-haw!” YEE
93 “Paradise” author Morrison TONI
95 Search for yourself, in a way EGOSURF
96 Flu symptoms FEVERS
97 Lee and Fleming, for two PEGGYS
100 1990s Britcom, familiarly ABFAB
101 Want desperately CRAVE
102 Yard tools RAKES
104 Concur AGREE
105 Mustang lines REINS
106 Before, poetically ERE
107 With respect to ASFOR
108 Long March leader MAO
110 Gaelic ERSE
111 Textile plant supplies DYES
113 March Madness org. NCAA
114 Major conclusion? ETTE
115 Flight prefix AERO
116 1982 film featuring a light-cycle race TRON
119 Big time ERA