Genesis setting

The clue "Genesis setting" was last spotted by us at the Wall Street Journal Crossword on November 12 2019.

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Wall Street Journal Clues November 12, 2019

Counter in a debate
Toward the rudder
Address from a lectern
No longer asleep
Chocolate-coated frozen treat
Genesis setting
Mammal with a fly-by-night operation?
Sound at a cat shelter
Deep South resident, generally speaking
Breath mints brand
Light and graceful
Capital of Italia
“That feels so good!”
Guy, slangily
Nosy sort
1950s White House nickname
In the manner of
Subjects of modern mapping
Some IRA investments
Shiite prayer leaders
Ivy in Phila.
“Yipe, a mouse!”
Clog-clearing brand
PowerPoint production
Outmoded AOL communications
Prefix with sphere or conscious
Okla. before 1907, e.g.
Musician’s semibreve
Buffalo hockey player
Done at once
Rehearsal direction
Yuletide quaff
Belgian battle site of World War I
Coastal birds
Crew member
Wear down
Dessert with a meringue covering
Spoon or spatula
Jack’s value in blackjack
Pore output
Breakfast option containing ham and green pepper
Yellowstone grazer
Tourney round, informally
“To be opened in 50 years” cache
Monte Rosa, for one
J. Edgar Hoover Building org.
Titleist holder
Rob of “Parks and Recreation”
Broad inlet
“Waiting for Godot,” for one
Hotel’s availability
Set a new standard, and a hint to the circled letters
Owner of a Springfield tavern
Revered tribe member
Velcro alternative
Punk rock offshoot
Correspondent’s cost
Big fuss
African lifeline
Brain-freezing drinks
Hatch in the Senate until 2019
Carolina birds
Scissor cut
Emerge victorious
Managed care grp.
“That’s unbelievable,” to a texter
Crew member’s need
Plopped down