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Wall Street Journal crossword of September 14th, 2012 other clues
Half-moon tides
Diamond stat
Fox terrier of films
Disintegrates, as a cell
Hardest to keep, as a secret
From Assisi, for example
Displaying astonishment
Diva delivery
Has the hots
Goal of some talks
Dominant sort
DVD selling point
Headquarters of Burger King and Benihana
Good buy
Early 13th century year
Enter the race
Green area: Abbr
'In the Valley of ___' (Tommy Lee Jones movie)
First American in space
'Te ___' (Rihanna song)
Fish-catching eagle
*'The Book of Mormon' and others
Hägar the Horrible's wife
Flatter most sincerely?
'The fairies' midwife,' according to Mercutio
*End an affair
I might be mistaken for it
Follower of Fannie or Ginnie
'___ Rock'
They cause wax to wane
Welcomes, in a way
Went underground
Threw a line
Thus far
Trebek's reading
Two-legged stand
Utterly lost
Wahine's welcome
Take some hits
Was of the opinion
Wee, to Burns
Inner: Prefix
Iowa State setting
Nickname of Francois Duvalier
Presidential candidates' early battleground
Japanese capital, formerly
Keep from being perfect
Not too hard
Proactiv target
Kern and Robbins
Out of the mud, perhaps
Key of Mendelssohn's 'Scottish' Symphony
Language impairments
Prop for Mr. Peanut
Levi's line
Like some soap
Punt, for one
Pakistan divider
Like Spock's mother
Made out
Raipur wrap
Make a scene?
Ran into
Make out
Marking time
Posthumous winner of a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1997
Middle-earth baddie
Range of vision
Mlle., across the Pyrenees
Presentation aid
*German capital, formerly
Body-piercing choice
*Player of Professor Trelawney in the Harry Potter films
*Romantic motto
Brad's ex
Childish comeback
*Singer with reggae's Melody Makers
1963 title role for Shirley
Bygone daggers
According to
Adoptive brother of Edward in 'Twilight'
Cake, to Carlos
Clarification intro
Anatomical partitions
Astronomers' 'year zero'
California's Big ___
Collectible cap of the 1990s
Atlas expanse
Be shy
Captain's invitation
Composer Khachaturian
Beat, just barely, in sports headlines
Celebratory work
Contented utterance
Beer buy
Bibliography space-saver
Center of Washington?
Demolition compounds
Binary, in a way
Regular care
Remove from the DVR
Start of a tot's recitation
Take Casual Friday to extremes
Remove profanity from, say
Rich deposit
Start of many Brazilian place names
Statistical books
Song often accompanied by arm movements
Squishee seller of 'The Simpsons'
Subject of the 53rd 'State Quarter' issued
Reels in
Saint ___ fire
Sales dept. staffer
Scrap for Spot
Shipping units: Abbr
Speed skater ___ Anton Ohno
Sweat producer
Some films, or, academically, what's hidden in the seven starred entries
Some trail mixes
Synd. kin
'Dreams From My Father' writer
'Eugene Onegin' contralto
'I begin to see the truth!'
'Face the Nation' guest
'Head of a Catalan Peasant' painter
'Good riddance to this week!'
'Have I got ___ for you!'

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