How many writers work

The clue "How many writers work" was last spotted by us at the Wall Street Journal Crossword on March 28 2019.

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Wall Street Journal March 28 2019 ONSPEC

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Wall Street Journal Clues March 28, 2019

"Doggone it!"
Buffet table heater
Lessen over time
Twice cuatro
Corfu's sea
Losing line in a game
Gift list, of a sort
Halvah base
Cross bearers, at times
Seasoning amount
Conjectural statements
Script direction
Co-star of Haley and Bolger
Home of les poissons
Chow line
1927's Flying Cloud, e.g.
Sibling of Set
Charts from hearts, for short
Akbar's capital
Question from the judge
"Doggone it!"
Sam of "Jurassic Park"
Show contempt for
Squad leader's concern
Words to one facing two unpleasant choices
Rap sheet abbr.
Canine coat
Nostril adornment
Country's Tillis
Ranchero's wrap
Diner offering
Mugs, say
Plot unit
The thing I'm holding up
Canned quaff
Like some partners
Rocky peak
Finish for ethyl or methyl
Basketball inventor James
How many writers work
T choice
Eton enrollment
Alencon ally
Leaning on the page: Abbr.
Nut shape
TV cable letters
"Oh, man!"
Ebony, e.g.
Cold comfort?
Princess who rides a winged unicorn
Salesman's place
Price of opera recordings
Hit sharply
Order in the court
Ducklings' dads
Small swelling
Reading facilities
Many get-out-of-debt offers
Old infantry weapon
Fox terrier of films
Wraps up
Galley item
Star of Quentin's "Kill Bill"
Sales team staffer