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Wall Street Journal crossword of September 4th, 2012 other clues
Cake found in a dish
Caracas currency
Central Park contains about 3,500 of them
Flamboyant accessories
Choice in a tough spot
LaGuardia section
Claiming cry
Graffiti signatures
Macy's logo feature
Couturier's creation
Haughty attitude
Matched set
Cracker topper
Designer Emanuel
Menu section
Designer Pierre
Distance covered by a transmitter
Model Kate
Drew on
It takes a big bow
Each adds $2 to your taxi fare
Noddy, for one
Fashion Week topic
Jai ___
Favored competitors
Filly fare
Kid brothers, often
Pewter, predominantly
Phoebe's twin on 'Friends'
Thrusting weapon
Practiced mendacity
Words to a betrayer
Price to play
You make them by moving your arms and legs
Verb for you
Show concern for, in a way
Sound the hour
Was foreboding
Stock unit
Who lives forever?
Storm drain cover
Stroller occupant
William M. Tweed moniker
Take heed of
Williams of The Temptations
They're ridden lying face up
Thoroughly exhausted
Wine buyer's concern
Bakery enticement
'Barnaby Jones' star
'Herding Cats: A Life in Politics' writer
Bank deposit?
'Sounds swell!'
'Take ___ from me...'
Bear coached there for 25 years
Big farewells
Blind bit
'The Commitments' author Roddy
Boat propelled with a pole
'Wonderful World' singer
British music giant
All, in combinations
'Thunderball' weapon
Bubble, essentially
Ancient city of Asia Minor
Buttonhole, essentially

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