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Wall Street Journal crossword of March 30th, 2012 other clues
Part of UTEP
Hamilton's bill
Hero who fought the Moors
Thurmond of South Carolina
Tibetan teachers
Top, in a way
Traveler's woe
Waterproofing can prevent it
Where 1-Across is un heroe venerado
Where Hercules slew the lion
With reservations
___ Tamid (synagogue lamp)
'___ luck!'
Auto pioneer Karl
12-time Pro Bowl pick Junior
Aviator Jimmy who won the Medal of Honor
1977 bestseller situated at Boston Memorial Hospital
Beast of burden
'Sweet' girl in a Bing Crosby song
Afghanistan neighbor
Berserkers' inspiration
Alternative to English
Bikini piece
'60 Minutes' reporter Morley as an apartment manager?
'Brand New Key' singer
'I Kissed ___' (Katy Perry hit)
'Rock Center' contributor Ted in good spirits?
Apt moniker for Greg and Bryant's unstoppable careers?
'Training Day' director Fuqua
Archimedes exclamation
'You're ___ One, Mr. Grinch'
Bridal path bit
'___ be married, my grave is like to be my wedding bed': Juliet
In pieces
Mohawked muscleman
Manuscript markings
Inflation victim?
Instant lawn
Monitor's place
Match makeup
It comes to a head
Mayberry boy
JFK's honorary deg. from Yale
Kid's parent
Natural assets
Mea ___
Large lizard
Nest on a cliff
Lavish '60 Minutes' reporter Lesley with gifts, say?
Med. coverage group
Letter opener
On ___ with (about the same as)
Lower house of Russia's legislature
Mend a seam, say
One of five in NYC
Macbeth's burial isle
Make stand out
Mercutio's slayer
Man of morals
One of the 'Friends' friends
Buffalo's county
Enter a cocoon, e.g
Caledonian Canal stop
Cannon in the movies
Everest locale
Carefree romp for MSNBC's Rachel?
Directional suffix
Caress, e.g
CBS anchor Scott's reaction to a joke?
Comedy Central event
Fall blossom
Double play duo
Cost to play
Far from ruddy
Counselors' workplaces
Drag into court
Cox of 'Beverly Hills Cop'
Flaxlike fiber
Cyan's cousin
Drag into court
Designer Schiaparelli
Fleeced female
Desk tray item
Drummer's high-hats or rides
Destroy gradually
Fox News's Brit in a snit?
Opera villain, often
Original subway line in NYC
Org. for once-a-month swabbies
Orlando Magic coach Van Gundy
Free of frost
Gets pushy with former CNN host Paula?
Goddess of protection
Pastoral poem
PBS series since 1982
Remote batteries, often
Penitent person
Shoe designation
Pennsylvania in D.C
Place for some horseplay?
Simmering, say
Play the coquette
Rio Grande feeder
Poet Sexton
Sister of John and Lionel
Pointy beard
Role for which Welles got an Oscar nomination
Practiced mendacity
Solemn practice
Preliminary round
Rte. 66, e.g
Prepared to drive
Saint 'hood?
Puny puppy
Queeg's ship
Take Fox News's Alan ashore and dump him on the sand?
Scottish mystery writer Josephine
Raiders on Tatooine in 'Star Wars'
Three times, in prescriptions
Reduced by
Relaxing retreats
'She's a Lady' writer
Brainstorming output
'What's in ___?'

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