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Wall Street Journal crossword of June 25th, 2016 other clues
Frosting buy
Frosty coating
Funny bone site
Genesis creator
Gin cocktail
Giver of lessons
Glass works
Gull's cousin
Half of dodici
Heavenly instrument, in scores
Hi-tech eateries, circa 1925
High-quality cotton
Home of five national parks
How AOL software used to be delivered
Hunt hungrily
Intolerant sort
It's nice for the nose
Key surroundings
Kiddie lit question
Lamp fuel
Launch pad sight
Leaves hurriedly
Lindsay of 'Mean Girls'
Lofty pursuits
Minnesota Fats rival
Mint operator
Monotonous learning
Mountain goat strength
Nation with a white, blue and red flag
NBA All-Star Gasol
Nuke, perhaps
Of ships and sailors
On the line
Other, to Alejandro
Perform a cobbling job
Pilot's guess, for short
Pioneer in electronic calculators
Pitches from Pelfrey
Polygraph exciter
Ponzi scheme mastermind Bernard
Popular game system of the 1990s
Prefix with gram or buoy
Protection letters
Quoits peg
Rent strike participant
Rent strike target
Return payment?
Rio, for 2016 athletes
Roadside bomb, for short
Rural business
Salad base
Scotch distiller John
Serving a sentence, slangily
Shellac, say
Short race, for short
Sign of age
Smile-inducing phrase
Something found in a bed
Something to gloss over?
Sort of
Spine handle
Spreadsheet unit
Steamed wraps
Step at the barre
Stump removing aid
Suffered from fat finger
Sugar substitute
Symphony originally dedicated to Napoleon
Take steps
Tehran natives
The Seminoles' sch
Things to try to live up to
Treatment from a BFF
Tuscan city with a famous horse race
Unpopular spots
Uttar Pradesh tourist stop
Vacation home, for some
Valuable strings
Warbling sound
Whistler work
Wine grape
YouTube upload, casually
'Incidentally,' in textspeak
'Lonely Boy' or 'Soul Man'
'Put out the light, and then put out the light' speaker
'Shalimar the Clown' writer
'See ya later!'
'Tao Te Ching' writer
'The Flies' playwright
'When will this fearful slumber have ___?': Titus Andronicus
1970 film that won seven Oscars
Advil alternative
Africa's largest landlocked country
Antipasto accompanier, perhaps
Are advised
As stated by
Ascends dramatically
Belt maker's need
Berliner's 'Bah!'
Bourbon barrel wood
Broadway fare
Bus sched. info
Campfire remnants
Carbo-loader's fare, informally
Checks with the office
Chorus of dissent
Clinton's successor at State
Comic work that gave us 'pooh-bah'
Conventioneer's ID
DC connection?
Dead set
Defunct map abbr
Desperate, as suggested by the finishes of the eight longest Across answers
Dido's lover
Dissociation products
Doc of the bay
DVR button
Earth prefix
Earth-friendly prefix
Econ. yardstick
Famous two-person home
First lady of scat
Flower once thought to protect against evil
Forceful verbal attack
From what place
Frosting buy

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