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Wall Street Journal crossword of July 30th, 2010 other clues
'Papa ___ Rollin' Stone'
'Thrilla in Manila' participant
'Why don't we!'
Academic who follows all the rules?
Ave. crossers
Babysitter's bane
Bad thing to spring
Banks on the runway
Ben's predecessor at the Fed
Blockheaded blunder
Bolt from Jamaica
Bridge declaration
Carbon lead-in
Chain units
Clark's 'Honky Tonk' co-star
Commander of the kitchen?
Community north of UCLA
Covers, in a way
Cow catcher
Cracker topper
Crew team
Cunning instructor?
Currency replaced by l'euro
Doughboy's helmet
Enterprise lead-in
Essen's river
Fascinating psychiatrist?
Fee schedule listing
Fine, say
Flash producer
Football squads
Four-string instruments
Frolicsome builder?
Genetic molecules
Gentle tune
Georgia letters, pre-1991
Go downhill
Gogol novel '___ Bulba'
Great time
Half and half
Important period
Impulse transmitter
In that case
Influential trader?
It may be convertible
Its coat of arms shows a vicuna
Jams with the band
Lady Antebellum, e.g.
Lamp liquid
Leader's cry
Least risky
Like designer Elie Saab
Like some bulls
List letters
Lobster feelers
Look with lust
Lydian king known for his wealth
Macbeth's burial site
Maggie's sister
Major in astronomy?
Many millennia
Minimal amount
New York Daily News owner Zuckerman
No. 2
Not freelancing
Not-so-crucial election time
Numerical IDs
Nymph chasers
Oft-revived 1938 play
Old counters
Oliver North's USMC rank
One of Marty Scorsese's favorite actors
Opposite of guerre
Oscar role for Sissy
Our sun, to astronomers
Outback bird
Palindromic tennis great
Pay attention to
Pelota catcher
Pen name
Personal ad abbr.
Prefix with practice or function
Private meal
Productive handicapper?
Puts on a pedestal
Radio's bad boy
Rated R
Ready to say 'aye'
Reggie Bush's sch.
Richmond was its cap.
Rob Roy attire
Scandalmonger's love
Scotland's Awe, for one
Send an invitation for
Show featuring 'Easy to Be Hard'
Sign of sadness
Slow direction
Solemn act
Some from France
Some shot
Somewhat, informally
Sounds from spas
Stock report abbr.
Strauss opera
Subject preceder
Taqueria orders
That girl
That muchacha
Threat ender
Timetable abbr.
Tom Harkin, for one
Took as one's own
Trumpeter, for one
Try to hit with wild swings
Upfront money
Used a straw
View from Cleveland
Vigilant deity?
Walks through water
Was missing
Wearer of dreads
Wife in late 2009 headlines
With prejudice

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