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Wall Street Journal crossword of May 17th, 2013 other clues
Easter or Christmas: Abbr
Ending for ear, tear or fear
GPS lines
Ending for glass or plastic
In progress
Evenings, in ads
Growl at, say
Filmdom's Fiona, e.g
First National Leaguer to hit 500 home runs
Indian chief
Hands on decks
Flight delayer, at times
Float ___ (finance)
Hole in the head
Fluffy felines
Football blitzes in a California ballpark?
Holmes's 'speckled band' was one
It may be casual
Fragrant flower
Home of the Marlins
Jane Rochester's maiden name
Fragrant trees
Glutton, slangily
Humorous tributes in a Texas ballpark?
Goes for
Jargon suffix
Got on
Predeal payment
Oakland A's legend Joe
Pale green hue
Kind of slam
Put a new seat on, perhaps
Kept in sight, in a way
Kitchen cover
Length of some shorts
One involved in hand-to-hand combat?
Lennon's adopted middle name
Like ravioli and tortellini
Banking expert?
Reputation, informally
Like Zorro
Martin Crane's younger son
Part of an email address in a California ballpark?
Afternoon indulgence
Agcy. that polices polluters
Mongolian word for 'ocean'
Richard of 'A Summer Place'
Perfume ingredient in a Maryland ballpark?
Airport sections
Musical premiere of April 1805
Basic light switches
Name on a famous B-29
Rocky peak
Nation whose capital is the highest in Europe
Prayer in the garden
Battle of Shiloh victor
Rosalind's love in 'As You Like It'
Be in a precarious state
Jeans feature
Rustic stopover
University of Maine town
Savanna grazer
Take steroids, slangily
Sched. notation
USN rank
Secure the help of
Tentative taste
Securities whiz
Venezuela divider
See 66-Across
Top bond rating
Sinuous swimmers
Virtual directory
Sitting pretty?
Tour leader
Sod busters
With 68-Across, bashes in a Pennsylvania ballpark?
Sound of an impact
Touring Europe, for example
Star pitcher
___ nothing
Sticky squares
Trio of myth
Suffix for a believer
___ pro nobis
Sugar source
Triumphant shout
___ v. Ferguson ('separate but equal' case)
Supermarket section
Supplies with startup money
Take measures
Bernanke's domain, in brief
Bestselling game set in a deserted world
Cool weather wear
Bit of woolgathering
Designer Versace
Body type
Do a shill's job
Boutique buy
Corners of a California ballpark?
Do a sommelier's job
Brewer's output
Bring in
Crime writer Buchanan
Does some highly stylized dancing
Brother of Adam and Little Joe
Dadaism pioneer
Dole out
Chisholm Trail stop
Chrysler Building style
Dana of 'The Help'
Decor feature in a California ballpark?
Early file-sharing service
Co-star of Moore and Knight
Deposit in some banks
'Jefferson in Paris' star
1978 Camp David guest
'Sophie's Choice' author
'A likely story!'
'As if ___!'
'Cool, dude!'
'It's a deal!'

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