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Wall Street Journal crossword of March 22nd, 2017 other clues
They can be loose or tight
Things right at your fingertips
Toothy tools
Touch down
Upside-down sleepers
Verdi's African princess
When flirting is inappropriate?
Wood for Woods, e.g
'Infinity' neckwear
'We Have the Meats' advertiser
1983 Streisand film
Afternoon snooze
Aware of
Bandleader's cue
Barbecue bit
Bearer of the heavens
Bond player
Bordeaux being
Butler's portrayer
Cancer follower
Capital before Brasilia
Christmas refrain
Clickable reference to some Yucatan natives?
Comic strip cry of horror
Companion of Porthos and Aramis
Cosmetics add-in
Cozy spot
Dance from Cuba
Defendant's story
Dennings of '2 Broke Girls'
Dept. that includes the CDC
Dumbbell exercise
Eurythmics song 'Love ___ Stranger'
Exercise wheel user
Extend outward
Five-time co-star of Bogart
Flint product
From Florence, say
Great displeasure
Hair holder
Informant in the pool?
Ivy in Philly
Joel or Ethan of film
Just one bite
Las Vegas deal
List shortener, for short
Lizard's coffee additive?
Mathematician's change symbol
Money maker
Olympian with a rifle
One's usual environment
One, for Juan
Oscar-nominated role for Smith
Plum tomato variety
Quirkily creative
Radar's real name on 'M*A*S*H'
Remover of locks
Ryan or Pelosi, briefly
Set a price of
Sign of what's ahead
Silent auction site
Soft mineral
Song from a one-named singer with three Grammys?
Squeezes (out)
St. Peter's Square speaker
Stage that means 'doll' in Latin
Stuffed turnover
Takes turns
Target for a spiker
Teaching segment

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