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Wall Street Journal crossword of November 18th, 2013 other clues
Brooks Brothers buy
Buffalo pro
Cactus feature
Car loan figs
Carrion consumers
Casual top
Composer's creation
Cursor targets
Cut to fit, perhaps
Darling and Cey
Drill parts
Earlier: Abbr
Enjoy Sardi's
Ersatz balcony, often
Eurasian deer
Fusilli forms
Gala center
Gallery overlooking the Thames
Government imposition
Guest sack
It may be checked in two ways
It's used for tracking shots
Item below a mobile, often
John of 'Barton Fink'
Kelli of 'Nice Work If You Can Get It'
Leaves for lunch
Like military heroes
Little Leaguers, typically
Little monster
Many a Christmas tree
One-eyed god
Onetime JFK lander
Ornery fellow
'Kinky Boots' songwriter Cyndi
1990s Broadway show with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
1930s Broadway play written by Jack Kirkland
'There wasn't ___ eye in the house'
1940s Broadway play written by Patrick Hamilton
300-cubit-long boat
Attacks in force
Ballet company ensemble
Ballpark figures
Bank quote
Bar supply
Birthplace of Big Bertha
Pendulum path
Physics focus
Pioneer 1, for one
Pitch pipe part
Pizzeria turnover
Place for some pilots
Radio station's coverage, perhaps
Reagan's 'Star Wars' prog
Red carpet walkers
River beneath the Brooklyn Bridge
Robinson Cano feat
Roosevelt or Rikers: Abbr
Sets free
Standing room setting, usually
Starbucks size
Start of a literary motto
Tenants' protest
Tex-Mex treats
Tony-nominated musical of 1986
Two in the hand
Went hastily

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