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Wall Street Journal crossword of July 8th, 2016 other clues
Airs dirty laundry
'Jo's Boys' writer
'Rizzoli & Isles' channel
'That'd be nice'
1999 movie that won Angelina Jolie an Oscar
Address, of a sort
Ang Lee thriller of 2007
Aquafina rival
At times going by
Beats in 35-Down
Belonging to that
Cancel out
Clicking calculators
Coen brothers comedy of 2016
Company started in 1919
Early voter, perhaps
Edible coagulation
Eerie power
Egg holder
Eponymous Congolese river
Fashionable Anna
Feminine force
First Pixar movie nominated for the new Best Animated Feature Oscar
Ford or Hudson
Glove material
Goes back
Himalayan recluse
Historical time period
Home of the Trojans
Italy's ___ Coast
Ivy Lee or Edward Bernays, notably
Jacob Zuma's nat
Large dog
Mad scientist's assistant, in films
Magic store supply
Makes a long incision in
March 14th, casually
Much magazine space
Naive utterance
Nation whose anthem is 'Jana Gana Mana'
Native-born Israeli
Not yet decided, for short
Opposite of 'yup'
Org. with many movie lists
Parental admonition
Part of the ear
Partners in the past
Popular Japanese roadster
Prom choice
Pull-down target
Quaestor's question
Recipe directive
Recipe directive
See 15-Across
Sells at a major markup
Shells that may hold fish
Some orchestra members
Spoke wildly
Start of many poem titles
Sudden movement
Taken drink
The motion of the ocean
They may be dramatic
Trattoria toppings
Way of thinking
Wim Wenders drama that won the 1984 Palme d'Or at Cannes
With 6-Down, 'There's No Business Like Show Business' singer
Work on the hedges
Yellowfin tuna, more chicly
___ Islanders

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