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Wall Street Journal crossword of December 13th, 2017 other clues
Supporter's call
Mystifier Geller
Green sci
Before going under?
Had longings
Before, to Byron
Hard-hitting investigative report
Susan of 'L.A. Law'
Between-shows airing
Mauna ___
Off-site infiltrator
Totally defeated
Harry of Blondie
Bi- quadrupled
Hibachi byproduct
Tzatziki sauce ingredient
Partner of 24-Down
High points
U.S. vitamin overseer
Partner of 71-Across
Budget-friendly, in brand names
Vitamin quantities
Chat face-to-face?
Incite to action
Went by roadster, say
'...and much more of the same'
Chiang ___-shek
River through Aragon
'Dubliners' writer
Inventive account
With 59-Down, computer component for a referee?
'That sounds fun!'
Chilean poet Neruda
Sci-fi play of 1921
'Happy Birthday' writers, often
It shares a 45-mile border with British Columbia
With 59-Down, highway sign promoting the Sabres?
Computer character code
Screwdriver component
With 59-Down, means of riding the waves off of Brighton?
Corp. high-ups
See 18-, 25-, 40-, 53- and 63-Across
'Oh, nonsense!'
With 59-Down, piece of an ebony dining room set?
Kemper of 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'
Creature on the Australian coat of arms
Settled a score, in a way
1975 Pulitzer winner for criticism
With 59-Down, Scarlett O'Hara's closet?
Kremlin coin
Dealer in second-hand items?
Sitcom planet
All-purpose conjunction
___ anglais (English horn)
Large quantity
Docket items
Status after a triple
An arm and a leg, perhaps
Legendary voyager
Driver's lic. datum
Steamer trunk feature
Anthony Anderson's 'Black-ish' role
Lotion letters
Fawn nurser
Suisse sweetie
Arles article
Many a bunt, for short

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