The clue "Thingy" was last spotted by us at the Wall Street Journal Crossword on September 14 2019.

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New York Times March 31 2021 ITEM
Wall Street Journal September 14 2019 ITEM

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Wall Street Journal Clues September 14, 2019

Doer, in cop show jargon
Mother of George, Charlotte and Louis
Proposes as a price
Support staffs?
Pops portrayer on “The Goldbergs”
Safari runner
Madison Avenue award
Esteem to the extreme
“It’s a ___,” said the pig farmer
“It’s a ___,” said the salsa maker
Bivouac sight
Some Halloween doings
Spy’s org.
Free from worries
Hollywood favorite
Bob Dole, for one
Your and my
Lawyer’s hurdle
“It’s a ___,” said the accountant
Japanese noodles
Spongy dessert
Lose ground?
Holds responsible
Piz Bernina, e.g.
Start of a Whitman work
Picnic pest
Examine by touch
Mower handle?
“Far out!”
Pier foundations
“It’s a ___,” said the carnival barker
Rival of Sparta
Budget excess
Fundraising efforts
Van Gogh painting sold for a record $53.9 million in 1987
Like big sunglasses
Alfred Hunt and Andrew Carnegie
Revolutionary Guevara
Solemn ceremony
Not available
Brain scans, for short
They’re caught in pots
“It’s a ___,” said the comic strip artist
Shone brightly
Cruncher’s pride
Hosp. scans
Brady’s bunch
It’s known for its bell ringers
3.0, e.g.
Lieutenant’s subordinate
Spare parts?
Surfing mishaps
“It’s a ___,” said the newspaper reporter
“It’s a ___,” said the interior decorator
Seller of Skylake chips
Pay to play
Skirtlike piece of armor
Difficult situation
Pub orders
Fly like an eagle
Bradley University site
Character in a Beatles song
Somewhat naughty
Neither improve nor decline
Pottery class needs
Harmonious relationship
Belt color
Heart scan, for short
Tylenol targets
Baby foxes
Stick alternative
Magazine revenue source
Parsing choice
Johnson of the Colorado Avalanche
Places for props
Crude shelter
Skinless chicken breasts, e.g.
Program fixes
“Wait for It” singer in “Hamilton”
Crunchy veggies
Former California fort
Did figures
“It’s a ___,” said the sawmill operator
Having the requisite skill
Completely captivated
Seemingly forever
Doubleday and others
“The Nutcracker” heroine
Hale-___ (comet seen in 1997)
Smoothie berry
“It’s a ___,” said the party planner
Colorful wrap
Employee of a mistrustful monarch
California museum that’s the current home of 73-Across
With tongue in cheek
Be plentiful
Herbert Hoover, for one
Finished off
First name in fashion
Taxpayers’ info
Wife of Odysseus
Bakery worker
Emu’s South American cousin
Working with flour
Enjoy a run
Calendar abbr.
Soaking sites
Plow puller
Literary comparisons
Native New Yorkers
Sock pattern
Herbivorous pet
Pub orders
Aconcagua’s range
With it
Bad habits
Clean up, in a way
“Peter Pan” pooch
Goes unused
“Yes ___?”
Farm butter
Body shop?