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Wall Street Journal crossword of January 9th, 2016 other clues
Hand component
Hangman's loop
Horns for the Tritons
Increases, as production
Is decisive
It opens a lot of doors
It should stop a run on the banks
John's wife
Largest of the Inner Hebrides
Latvia or Lithuania, once: Abbr
Letter before Bravo
Like balsamic vinegar
Little varmint
Longtime Chicago Tribune film critic
Longtime Connecticut senator
Low, extensive cloud
Make applesauce, perhaps
Melanin cluster
Member of the oldest federal law enforcement agency
Moviefone's parent
Ned Flanders's younger son
Nirvana song '___ Plain'
Obits, essentially
One might be chronic
One might get thrown from a horse
Opera commissioned by a khedive
Out of memory?
Philanthropist Charles for whom a Northwestern library is named
Ploy to avert bankruptcy
Poor woodcutter of fiction
Powerful brews
Precinct boss with a hoarse cough?
Pres. Davis's side
Processed food?
Pull some strings?
Purpose of a UPS number
Quality of a good subject
Raid target
Rain delay sight
Ranch animal with an uneven hide?
Region of high atmospheric pressure
Rent out
Road hog?
Rub the wrong way
Secretary of state before Dulles
Secured, as an hors d'oeuvre
Server who's short and stout?
Serving that doesn't even moisten your cornflakes?
Singer born on Oahu
Singers Cooke and Smith
Solstice mo
Some anesthetic shots
Source of secretions
Star of 2015's 'Black Mass'
Start of several Keats titles
Stood out
Swift specialty
Taffeta feature
Tankard fill
Team booster, often
They may be on a roll
Time spent watching tearjerkers?
Treated a stain, in a way
Treats at Pueblo parties?
Trees that produce a light honey
Utterly humiliate, informally
Vegetable in the mallow family
Vein stuff
Win back
Words from a qualified agreement
Wrap up
Zip, as a Ziploc bag
___ bene
1936 Bing Crosby song
'It is,' on Ibiza
'Money' novelist
'No ___!' ('Sure thing!')
'That's just perfect!'
'___ Little Tenderness'
1963 title role for Shirley
1979 miniseries with Robert Duvall in the title role
1995 film set on the Hoggetts' sheep farm
Ambulance letters
Angled annexes
Atlas expanses
Back pages, often
Banks of Chicago
Big name in baked goods
Big ___ outdoors
Brittle shale, say?
Capital of Tartarus?
Caribou's cousin
Cascade composed of chowder?
Celeb with a TV network
Charisse of 'Silk Stockings'
Co. designation
Colonel Bowie's last stand
Common bruschetta ingredient
Complain bitterly
Concierge desk handout
Continental product
Contract content
Coolidge's alma mater
Copier components
Corp. division
Curving river feature
Dangerous fan
Deadly gas
Device with a 2015 Pro version
Dinnertime directive
Dirt road depressions
Dog that smells like cheap wine?
Dotty dimwits?
Drink akin to a Cape Codder
Drive off
Easy ___
Elvis's daughter
Enlightened exclamation
Eventful journey
Far from lush
Finds functions for
Flashers in a club
For every
For every
Future expert
Garrisons' places
Golfer Stewart
Gullible type
Half a sawbuck

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