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Wall Street Journal crossword of October 9th, 2015 other clues
'Always in motion is the future' speaker
'Aren't we the comedian!'
'Modified Pon-Pon' in a Top Ten hit of 1964
'Only God can make a tree' writer
1869 novel by R.D. Blackmore
1871 novel by Louisa May Alcott
1937 novel by J.R.R. Tolkien
1945 novel by John Steinbeck
2006 novel by John Updike
A matter of interest?
Alliance for Climate Protection founder
Asteroid that has a moon named Dactyl
At hand
ATM button
Averse to
Being, to Sartre
Bridge record
Butterfly, e.g
Chophouse choice
City founded by Pizarro
Colo. or Mo
Crockpot creations
Defeated utterly
Easy exchange
Egg cream component
Fan fixation
Fewer than few
Flinches, say
Game also called 'Find the Lady'
Give up
Hands, collectively
Hardy grains
Hip-hop's Rae Sremmurd, e.g
Hit with force
Host's request
Hymn singers
I can stand for it
In other words
Insightful utterance
Insightful utterance
Intl. Day of Peace month
It's just what you deserve
Kite feature
Limo window feature
Mayo servings
Merger exchange?
More practical
Needing kneading
Oar's fulcrum
Ordinary deterioration
Oreo layer
Pair of early communications satellites
People also called the Cat Nation
Peter Ustinov's 'Quo Vadis' role
Pledge drive incentive
Polo goal?
Priest who taught Samuel
Pure Prairie League's first Top 40 hit
Royal symbol
Ruling party
Rumsfeld's successor at Defense
Shotgun shell component
Source of steady support
Stand for a funeral
Stud's setting
Sunday paper section
Supermarket section
Takes care of the check
Topic for Casanova
Translating challenge
Tweak, say
Way cool
Weapons for some gladiators
Weill's singer/actress wife
Woman as an object?

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