"No time to talk!"

The clue ""No time to talk!"" was last spotted by us at the Wall Street Journal Crossword on May 25 2019.

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I M L A T E

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Wall Street Journal Clues May 25, 2019

Former Fords
Via, informally
Ready for the strudel, say
Ballpark souvenir
Treats once advertised as "The Original Twister"
"Well said!"
Flanged beams
Timbuktu's nation
Dunes?
Courteous speeds on spaceships?
Smash hit
Wacko
Welcome to a mainlander, perhaps
Packs away
Meeting of bishops
Keeper of the rings
Minor dust-up
Splendid sound boosters?
Kilogram of water, roughly
Coder's creation
Itsy-bitsy
"Shame on you!"
Nev. neighbor
___ Cup (biennial women's golf tournament)
Abbr. for an unfilled spot
Starlet's goal
Revealing iMessage
Peaks unwilling to host the Winter Olympics?
Britain's astronomer royal from 1720 to 1742
Rose Bowl city
Princess, senator and general of film
Nursery accessories
Pizza pie part
Only just
Copycat's forte
Some red wines
Pentagon calculation
"You don't need to explain more"
Large citrus fruit
Destinations for Gene Simmons fans?
Flight school final
SoCal law enforcement force
Sound unit more common in its one-tenth version
"Four Quartets" poet
Stock holder
Radical 1960s college org.
Top-level performance
Issa of "Little"
Tantrum
Woods, irons, putters, etc.?
Onetime autocrats
Fine, e.g.
Scoundrel
Prime minister nicknamed "Pandit"
Supermodel Shayk
Editor played by Hanks in "The Post"
Sea creature named after a flower
Alerting sounds from a royal figure?
Avoid the stadium walkways?
Short lines at the checkout counter
Patrol car feature
Money in Munich
"Clear now?"
Summer in Saint Barthelemy
Extensive
Garden creeper
Lacking company
High balls?
Palms, e.g.
In hands, say
"Missed it by that much!"
Like skin after Botox
"I wonder..."
Talk back?
Like some deserving heroes
Loud summer bug
Final notice
Sitar master Shankar
Star of Bravo's "Dirty John"
Dial-up successor
Strike and rebound
Dominant
Galileo, for one
Locker room adjunct
Fountain orders
Total failure
Stereotypically upper-class
Fish-fowl link
Bush of "Chicago P.D."
First responders' letters
Scout's discoveries
Take-home amount
Socialist Eugene
Daffy Duck trademark
Brain product
Mischievous government fundraisers?
What a slash may stand for
Count up bunny moves?
Hook's right hand
Piano pieces
Has a loan from
Layabouts
Inflatable life vest
Sends some signals
Sealed with pitch
Aromatic signs of spring
"Knock on wood"
Help with a job
Contest involving drawing
Chatterboxes
Carpenter's power tool
PFC's superiors
Washer unit
"No time to talk!"
Saloon selections
Stage honor
Dole's 1996 running mate
___ Lingus
He finds his chair broken when he comes home
School basics
Poe's middle name
Dad bod feature
Starbuck's colleague
Support staffs
Homeland
Party person?
Soft boot materials
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Annoyed state
Hit the roof
Maria Shriver, to JFK
Korea's largest city
Foe of Paris
Take off, as a brooch
Give another try
Samoa's capital
Wide-eyed
Punta del ___ (Uruguayan resort city)
"Gimme a sec," in chats
Joanne of "Red River"