King Kong for one WSJ crossword clue


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Crossword clues for King Kong for one WSJ

Clue Answer
King Kong for one WSJ APE
____ King Cole NAT
___-picking (fault finding) NIT
___- smacking treat (delicious) LIP
___ White popular television character played by Bryan Cranston in the drama Breaking Bad WALTER
___ Too Late (Carole King song) ITS
___ thinking (step-by-step process) LINEAR
___ The Great, King Of Ancient Greek Kingdom Of Macedon ALEXANDER
___ Talking (Joan Rivers memoir) ENTER
___ Systems (computer networking company) CISCO
___ story (tear-jerking tale) SOB
___ salts (foot-soaking stuff) EPSOM
___ Pollos Hermanos restaurant from Breaking Bad LOS
___ parking (skill that's often difficult for new drivers) PARALLEL
___ of interest (banking term) RATE
___ manner of speaking (sort of): 2 wds. INA
___ Lion King 2019 movie THE
___ Lee, classic baking company SARA
___ King (much-discussed Netflix series) TIGER
___ King (Australian food franchise) DONUT
___ Grimes ("The Walking Dead" character) LORI
___ Eats TV cooking show that is created and hosted by Alton Brown GOOD
___ Constrictor (breath – Taking Snake) BOA
___ Chef reality cooking competition TV series that is hosted by Padma Lakshmi TOP
___ Chef America reality TV cooking game show series whose commentary is solely presented by Alton Brown IRON
___ Brown Band country music band that won a Grammy for their hit song As She's Walking Away ZAC

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