The clue "Submit" was last spotted by us at the Wall Street Journal Crossword on February 5 2019.

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"Submit" in other crosswords:
Puzzle Solution
New York Times March 26 2020 ACCEDE
Penny Dell - Hard February 12 2020 ACCEDE
Penny Dell - Hard January 13 2020 OBEY
Eugene Sheffer May 23 2019 HANDIN
Wall Street Journal May 4 2019 ACCEDE
Penny Dell - Hard February 21 2019 ACCEDE
Wall Street Journal February 5 2019 SENDIN

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Wall Street Journal Clues February 05, 2019

Hayworth and Moreno
Sites for busy hands
Quite excited
Comedian Shriner
*Where to find Lou Gehrig's 1939 glove and jersey
Live and breathe
Call off
___ One (vodka brand)
Grammy and Emmy nominee Reese
Catalan surrealist
*Antibiotic from blue mold
Tom, Dick or Harry
Simple kind of question
Tie the knot
*Cup material
Professional suffix
McCarthy's quarry
City of southwestern New Hampshire
Like some networks
Arabic greeting
*Mayberry resident
Smallish combo
Schindler of "Schindler's List"
Track pair
Diner order
Partook of
1978 John Belushi movie, and a hint to the first three or four letters of the starred answers
Beam of light
Base for a 60-Across
Having seniority
Hosp. workers
Belgian bills
Mosquitoes and mice
Busy time at the track
Primitive period
Nile slitherer
Hunt for
Moisten while cooking
Many times
Garlicky mayonnaise
Former credit-reporting co.
Fork-tailed bird
Delta, e.g.
Sales force
Bridge expert Culbertson
Resting places
Conservative Roman senator
"Sesame Street" viewer
Miner's find
Fashionable, in the '60s
Every 12 mos.
Letters before an alias
Change states, in a way
Type of motor
Sand dollar's cousin
Theatrical flops
iPod attachments
Carpenter's punch
Scenery chewers
Genetic stuff
Infuse with bubbles
Tuck, for example
Playground retort
Arbitrary orders
Hit the mall
"___ TURN" (road sign)
Bullfight cheer