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Wall Street Journal crossword of April 9th, 2018 other clues
'Dig in!'
'Do I need to draw you ___?'
'Kidnapped' author's monogram
'The Taming of the Shrew' city
'You there!'
'___ live and breathe!'
*Not extreme
*Original film in the Rambo series
*Spot for wipers, on a lorry
*Syllabic accent
*Vinegar component
Agreeable answer
Alex Haley bestseller
Alternative to 'Sincerely yours'
Angry rebuke
Binary base
Busy doing
Chin cover
Concierge's workplace
Custard dessert
Depressing direction?
Embarrassing mistake
Exam that can follow the last word of each starred answer
Fight off
Giver of iPhone answers
God with a hammer
Hailed auto
Have debts
Hockey score
Land measure
Lay waste to
Layered cookie
Like 27-Down
Like some missed pitches
Lock of hair
Long-running NBC show
Manipulative folks
Maximum poker bet
Membership cost
Merchant met by Simple Simon
Mini hamburger
Nonstop flight?
Ocean motion
PC key
Peter of 'The Maltese Falcon'
Positive attribute
Pricey purchase with a distinctive smell
Remote spots?
Salt, to scientists
Security system component
Sings from door to door, perhaps
Stallion stopper
Start for boy or girl
Supply funding for
Tack on
Take to the slopes
The devil's playthings, reportedly
They may be loose or tight
Toward shelter, nautically
Turbine part
Wild card, at times
Wild trumpeter
Wilson of 'Sanford and Son'
Workers with whistles
Would-be atty.'s exam
Yaks it up
___ ex machina

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