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Wall Street Journal crossword of January 24th, 2014 other clues
'All right, I heard you already!'
'Cactus Flower' director Gene
'Correct me ___ wrong...'
'Shop ___ you drop'
'The Architect' Rove
'The Longest Day' city
Back muscle, for short
Bank deposit
Bashful colleague
Bathroom detective?
Be dependent
Bee's grandnephew
Benefit of a risky plan
Bit of smoke
Blackpool bloke
Bollywood costume
Buy and sell
Cake for a shower
Cal. pages
Castilian kin
Casual gabfest
Chart inspiration
Check cheaters
Clark's 'Comrade X' co-star
Conical quarters
Crunch targets
Debtor's letters
Drug cartel?
Easy-to-park auto
Election acquisition
Extorted money from
Extra inning
FBI figures
Fingerprint feature
Freedom 7 occupant
From the U.S
Gas station detective?
GATT successor
Go over like ___ balloon
Grandparent, often
Gyroscope-using detective?
Hamlet, e.g
Hamster ball feature
Hebrew letters
Helical pasta
Henri's here
Home of a lion killed by Hercules
Ivanhoe's love
Just touched
Kay's foster brother
Kickers' targets
Kind of colony
King with three daughters
Kitten handle, for its mother
Knee-slapper, e.g
Lanchester of films
Laura who wrote 'Wedding Bell Blues'
Lea plea
Like some awakenings
Liner stop
Long coat
Lottery-winning detective?
Madison Square Garden detective?
Make wicked
Marshy spot
Material for some Forbidden City sculptures
Mauna ___
Museum detectives?
Nashville attraction
National Board of Review's best film of 2013
Nice guy
Nonconformist groups
Noses, informally
Not even slightly
One from Berlin
One-named Oscar winner
Opera extras, briefly
Othello, notably
Out-of-this-world detective?
Outdoor party setting
Part of a dean's address
Peachy keen
Pilgrim to Mecca
Postscript in prose
Pre-med courses
Pull an all-nighter
Put yourself on the line?
Radiation cleanup, for short
Rap sheet item
Rap wordsmiths
Religious assembly
River on the China/North Korea border
Romance writers' awards
Romeo and Juliet, e.g
Royal residence
Rush order
Saintly city
Seething states
Shot on a set
Signs of treble
Sites of some arches
Some bonds, for short
Some launches from USN ships
Some summer babies
Staple alternative
Stefani Germanotta's alias
Street, in Santiago
Sudden spell of activity
Super Bowl in 2018
Sweet snacks for over a century
Thai detective?
They see the light
They're pitched outside
Tiffany's detective?
To boot
To such an extent
Trial witness's promise
Tribeca Film Festival detective?
Typical introduction?
Vegetarian detective?
Vietnam War era protest
Wall St. debuts
Water park sight
What the nose knows
Will, if intentions bear out
Wishful words
With forked tongue
Word on a biblical wall
Words from one with a strong hand

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