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Wall Street Journal crossword of March 18th, 2017 other clues
Land divided into three parts, per Caesar
Lazy lady?
Lower in the country
Makeup bag fixture
Mammoth part
Mandlikova with four Grand Slam titles
Meadow measure
MIT Sloan admission test
MIT Sloan degrees
Moves toward
Mystery finds
Nabisco wafer
Not generic
O'Toole's co-star in 'Man of La Mancha'
On the line
Org. known for its brackets
Org. on mouthwash bottles
Park with a large caribou herd
Pigeon hangout
Pike, e.g
Play room?
Pont Van Gogh locale
Popular smoothie seed
Powder room?
Press room?
Quick on one's feet
Real stinker
Reason to go green?
Reflected deeply
Register, to Brits
Rigatoni preference
Rogue company
Rude Sacha Baron Cohen persona
Saffron-seasoned dish
Sandbox toys
Search deeply
Season tally
Seventh incarnation of Vishnu
Shoots, in a way
Sign of stress
Sites of some wasps' nests
Skating great Midori
Slaughter with 2,383 hits
Smelled the roses, e.g
Soothing stuff
Spare room?
Split asunder
Sports stick that gives a game its name
Staples boxful
Statistician's stuff
Storybook story
Stout vessel
Subject of some youth sports fraud
Tattoo spots
The girl from uncle?
There's no I in this answer
They point the way
They're fired at fans in stadiums
They're often seen with tails
Tight type
Towel embroidery
Trap during a blizzard, perhaps
Tribal proscription
Very little
Vulcan, e.g
Westminster, e.g
Zen garden swimmer
___ Loa
___ Scott v. Sandford
'Stop right there!'
'Be careful!'
'Buyer be where?' indicator
'Divergent' heroine
'Render ___ Caesar...'
'So true!'
'Such a pity!'
'Teen Mom' network
'There ___ there there'
1974 role for Marty
225-yr.-old moneymaker
Acts like a bear
Advil alternative
Alec's former co-star
Andrew Sullivan, notably
Antibullying ad, briefly
Band-Aid competitor
Bar room?
Board room?
Branch wannabes
Canton east of the Canton of Bern
Cathedral feature
Cave, sometimes
Celestial sphere
Chapel in the Apostolic Palace
City east of Syracuse
Completely lost it
Contribution of ideas
Cook's gizmo
Cosmopolitan garnish
Creepy movie villains
Cry heard at home
Cunning deception
Cutting room?
D.C. fundraiser
Destroy financially
Diarist Nin
Dopey picture
Drawing room?
Dried pepper used in mole sauce
Dubai's setting: Abbr
Encouragement for the matador
Esther of 'Good Times'
Fashion monthly
Filing jobs, for short
Filing target in 55-Across
Florida or Louisiana
Folk singer Guthrie
Former colleague of Clarence and Elena
Fozzie Bear chapeau
Gal with a gat
Galleria contents
Garbage singer Shirley
Gather in
Haggis ingredient
Handy weapon?
Hardly sufficient
Hightail it
Holiday visitor with a famous lap
Home port of the USS Niagara
Hot place for hops
Indigo-yielding plant
Initial phases
It might be buried by a reporter
It might catch a buss at a stadium
Kirk's helmsman
Lana of Smallville

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