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Wall Street Journal crossword of December 7th, 2012 other clues
Hassle
Horned Frogs' sch
Have the nerve
Intensifies
Head of the costume department
In a sulk
Heart part
iPhone feature
High-hatter
Indigo source
___ in xylophone
'American Idol' loss?
'Give ___ rest!'
'Gertrude and Claudius' novelist
'Gracious!'
'Jeepers!' in Jersey
'Yikes!'
'Look to ___ troublous world': 'Richard III'
1,000 kilograms
'My bad!'
1963 film based on a Larry McMurtry novel
'On the house'
19th-century American botanist
'Rocky III' co-star
Act the gossip
'Ta-ta!'
Adjustable loops
'The sum is greater than the parts' philosophy
Advice for an out-of-shape guy trying to attract women?
All the rage
Alternative to 'Ticket' in a highway safety campaign
It ends '...and peaceful slept the mighty Hector's shade'
Java setting
It merged with Air France in 2004
It may have many arms
August hrs
An airfoil provides it
Author of the popular 'Goosebumps' books
Battlefield launchers
Boxing matches?
Blanket material?
Blackjack dealer's showing
Playfully attacks
Kidnap Confucius?
Kokoschka and Schindler
Like leftovers
Pocket-sized
Nudge
Like some flights
Number of e's in 'Schadenfreude'
Pop music's Carly ___ Jepsen
Line of clothing
Listening device
Of one mind
Pricing word
Lt.'s subordinates
Lucerne lang
On the left side of the no. line
Quick expression of gratitude
Magical drink
Manners of moving
Result of a cloudy day at the beach?
Online equivalent of shouting
Massage technique
Meet with an awful oracle?
Order from the menu?
Risking a lot
More chilling
Moulin Rouge performance
Plane, for one
Routine makeup
Nabokov novel
Not clean
Campaign creator
Cape Town's nation: Abbr
Cusp
Cardiology charts, for short
Expressions of contempt
DDE's 1942 command
Carolina university
Cashless deals
Extremely bright
Deals with moguls
Categorize
Financial involvement
Cause of a shot in the dark?
Don't exist
Cave temple site of India
Four-armed god
Checkout procedures
End of many a list
Chuck wagon fare
Combines
Freezes up
End of some Web addresses
Commotion
Gets into, as loafers
Company whose first store was in Aelmhult, Sweden
Ending for hip or quip
Compiles
Cookie magnate Wally
Grave marker?
Energy-boosting berry
Curbside sights
Expensively finished
Great Lakes creator
Russian retreats
Temporary tattoo medium
Satisfies
Scorched
Thermopylae defender
Useless
Send
Vein yields
Thousandth of a yen
Series centered at the Washington Navy Yard
Shop alternative
Totally cool
Sign where a cabinetmaker finishes?
Six popes
Visit
Some Maine scenery
Translucent fabric
Welcomes warmly
Sotomayor of the Supreme Court
Spam source
Zap, say
Spots at the clinic
United
Zoo barriers
Stories
Summa ___ laude
Superfluous
___ Corner (D.C. suburb)
Useless
Supermodel of the 1980s
Like tax legislation

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