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Wall Street Journal crossword of January 1st, 2010 other clues
Forest's Oscar-winning role
Frau's spouse
Gallows sights
GATT successor
Give away
Giving as proof
Glazier's piece
Gloomy rock genre
Good conductors
Holiday party times
Howie Long, for 13 seasons
Imitating Tom Turkey before Thanksgiving?
In power
It may generate some interest
Korea setting
Lead, for example
Like lower-order Mormon priests
Long of 'Third Watch'
Lose one's reserve
Lover of Roxane
Many a bunt, for short
Maria Shriver, to JFK
Masked men
Masseur's milieu
Newspaper crossword accompanier
Number divided by two?
On behalf of
Once more
One taking emergency vehicles to task?
Take to the stump
They may be striking
Trickster friend of Odin and Thor
Truffle-hunting aid
Uncompromising folks
Unfinished Kafka novel
University of Oregon site
University teacher
Unlikely prom king
Unwilling to face reality
Warning sign
Where Harrah's began
Whipped cream serving
Whodunit explanations
Wild card, often
Wing features
Without exception
Over a million Ukrainians
Particular specialty
Pays in advance
Person who crosses the line
Plant with starchy tubers
Plumeria product
Poster paint
Power of film
Powerful group
Prevented legally
Psyche division
Richard of 'A Summer Place'
Sam Spade's creator
Sax object
Set up
Shamelessly forward
Shot that's tricky to return
Singer Bareilles
Some Rosetta Stone letters
Sounds of comfort
St. Lawrence Islands Natl. Park setting
Stir up
Styled after
Sue Grafton's '___ for Outlaw'
Sumo wrestler's asset?
Take stock?
Bath swell
Became threadbare
Become known
Bibliography book
Birds with vivid plumage
Block side
Booking agent?
Brand worn by Usain Bolt
Brunch fare
Brutal review
Cacao container
Campaign slogan for a New Jersey mayoral candidate?
Canoe paddle material
Canoeists' peril
Card quality
Cheering section, say?
Chicken tender
'___ Excited' (Pointer Sisters song)
Chlorure de sodium
City north of Lake Nasser
Comfortable with
'Death in Venice' author
'Empire of the Sun' author J.G.
Comic Boosler
'Hoarders' network
'That was easy' sloganeer
Conk out
Credit recipient
Crosby and Sinatra, for example
'The Gross Clinic' painter
Current measure
2005 'Survivor' setting
Demolitionist's stuff
Acapulco uncle
Antelope with cowlike horns
Eastern path
Argot ending
End opposite the starting gate
Arthur's foster brother
Bacon bits?
Ballpark figs.
Female with a fleece
Bandleader Xavier
Bank quote
Fly catcher
Base residents?
Footnote indicator

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