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'A Death in the Family' author crossword clue


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Wall Street Journal crossword of January 15th, 2010 other clues
Lose traction
Maryland player, for short
Meditating school
Merino mother
Mike Brady's second wife
Mike Brady, for one
Moon goddess
Online conversation
Open envelopes
Ordered, in olden days
Override
Party nosh
Pelting, as a house on Halloween
Pete Rose's 4,256
Publicity
Pub orders
Purina brand
Recap
Reception problem
Relaxing retreats
Remove the stuffiness from
Rock salt
Rush letters
Sack
Sade song
Set of chess moves also called the Ruy Lopez
Sets the price at
Sharp cry
Sharpness
Signals agreement
Singer-songwriter DiFranco
Skater's jump
Some MIT grads
Spare part?
Sully
'Knocked Up' director Judd
'Candle in the Wind' lyricist
'Entourage' agent
'Gee whiz!'
'I have a dream' speaker
'Lonely Boy' singer
'Nope!'
'Roof of the World'
'Sugar Lips' trumpeter
'That's my cue!'
'The Price Is Right' game
1982 film set inside a computer
2010 title role for Denzel
Acts of the Apostles author
Autos available with 'bonnet stripes'
Bar from the locker room
Bark feature
Baseball's Boyer
Bit of discoloration
Bond
Bonobo, for one
Bootlickers
Box office buys, slangily
Call for
Cannon of 'Deathtrap'
Carrier to Ben Gurion International
Catholic retiree
Cheek
Cheerful
City of northeast Nevada
City of northeast Ohio
Civil
Clear
Clooney film '___ the Air'
Co-star of Teri, Felicity, and Marcia
Combing attraction?
Consonant
Consumer product from Adobe
Prepares for an ambush
Corp. bigwigs
Potential pipes
Create secondhand smoke
Proponent of the philosophy of pessimism
Sway
Sweet chili ingredient
Tear
Terrier of films
They played in Olympic Stadium
Time of one's life
Top 40 genre
Triangle trio
TV's '___ Haw'
Unadorned
Used as a foundation
Vacation destination
Vessel made of wood from Mount Pelion
Viking, e.g.
Was nearly as good as
Wee nail
West Wing worker
Western omelet ingredients
What are you looking at?
When to display une crèche
Wings
Womanizer, in hip-hop slang
Workers' rewards
Writer Harte
Wyoming's ___ Range
You might walk a mile for it
Pirate punishment
Crystallizes
Debussy's 'Reflets Dans ___'
Department store section
Poetic paean
Diner dish
Dinner summoners
Does a checkout chore
Dream found in this puzzle's seven longest answers
Finishes the cupcakes
Firebug
Five-night-a-week NBC star
Flinty
Forum greeting
Fountain setting, perhaps
Fr. holy woman
Frasier's brother
From another museum, maybe
German pistol
Graffiti artists
Grotta Azzurra location
Head honcho
HMO cost
Home of Jimmy and Rosalynn
Hurried flight
In-box item
Intensify
It may go over your head
It's near the top of a microscope
Ithaca's sea
Its tallest point is Olympus Mons
Jim Croce's 'I Got ___'
Joint expert
Judd of 'Numb3rs'
Karloff's co-star in 'The Black Cat'
Labor production?
Lorry need

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