The clue "States" was last spotted by us at the Wall Street Journal Crossword on December 3 2018.

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"States" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
Penny Dell - Medium February 3 2022 SAYS
Crossword Champ Pro January 16 2022 SAYS
Penny Dell - Hard October 17 2021 SAYS
Penny Dell - Hard May 5 2021 SAYS
LA Times March 9 2021 SAYS
New York Times March 7 2021 UTTERS
Penny Dell - Medium February 14 2020 SAYS
Thomas Joseph November 30 2019 AVERS
Penny Dell - Hard October 28 2019 SAYS
Penny Dell - Hard May 16 2019 SAYS
Wall Street Journal December 3 2018 SAYS

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Wall Street Journal Clues December 03, 2018

Nick and Nora's dog
Ball team wear
Proton's place
Believed without questioning
Presidential power
"Blame It on the Bossa Nova" singer
Yale students
Prevent from leaking, as steak juices
Quarterback Marino
Gray in an Oscar Wilde story
1971 French Open and Wimbledon champion
Point at which a curve intersects itself
Advice from a broker
At any time
Single-masted sailboat
Victim of temptation
Longer of the two forearm bones
River through Florence
On the sheltered side, at sea
Charlie Chaplin's wife and "The Great Dictator" co-star
Andretti, Lanza and Cuomo
Auto introduced in 1904
Little liar
Responds well to change
Clever thought
Like divas, and like the names at 17-, 26- and 43-Across
Hot spot
St. Patrick's land
Anna's sister in "Frozen"
Pill bottle info
Human's cousin
Ocean motion
She helped Theseus solve the Minotaur's labyrinth
Secretive nature
A pop
Bottom-line figure
Latin American soap opera
Elevator innovator
Largest portion
June birthstone
Aunt, in Argentina
Evan Rachel Wood's "Westworld" role
Dark Chinese tea variety
Turn out
All but one prime
Frozen dessert
At no time
Motivator for Midas
"Aww, there, there"
"The Heart of Dixie"
Like Clark Kent and Princess Leia
Before, in poems
Car's quartet
Campus VIP
Just dandy
One placed on a pedestal
Case for a dermatologist
Rascal Flatts, for one
Quaint letter salutation
Parisian agreement
Bee follower