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Wall Street Journal crossword of January 13th, 2012 other clues
Trading spot
Trig follower, perhaps
Uttar Pradesh city
Well accessory
Tunisian port
Words of commitment
Sporty car roof
Sister of Emily and Charlotte
Sailing along
They're always game
It may be ear-piercing
Inexpensive eatery
Head, in slang
Instrument also called a clarsach
Japanese clothing chain
High guy
Kind of hound or feed
Hobby store purchases
Invoice fig
Hoops shot from behind the arc
King killer
Household appliances, for short
It can hold you up
Krupp works city
Le : French :: ___ : German
PC key
Like advantageous situations
Like some paychecks
Periodically available fast food item
Like tens
Linguist Chomsky
Linney and Dern
Personal artwork, for short
Low-tech projectile
Make a beeline after work, say
Pizarro foe
Mansion makeup
Many a Katy Perry fan
Plateful in a 51-Down
Mideast moguls
Pleasant refuges
Old television's 'Raccoon of the Year'
Poet Federico García ___
On its way
On the other hand
Pres. Peres's nation
One of the Belafontes
One way to run
Clock part
Come down abruptly from a high
Blog entry
Brainy misfit
Clump of dirt
Cavalry leader's request
Coin whose one side depicts a continent
City with a Penn State campus
Collapsible headgear
City with a Penn State campus
Crown Victoria, e.g
Clever tactic
Deduction on line 32 of a 1040 form
Five-foot-tall bird
Dentist's directive
Fix, as an old baseball glove
Detach, as a rope
Footnote word
Discard pile
Dividing word
Dream Team scream?
Get snippy with
Emulate Lindsey Vonn
Got the heck out of there
Family guy
Grande of Nickelodeon's 'Victorious'
Febreze targets
H.S. dropout's goal
Price a seller is willing to accept
Protein-rich paste
1957 Jimmy Dorsey song
2002 World Series champions
911 responders, for short
'Fawlty Towers' is an example of it
Abbott and Costello's center fielder
Active for one's age
'Carthage must be destroyed' speaker
'Charmed Lives' author Michael
Alert from the PD
'Coriolanus' setting
'Don't look ___!'
Antler end
'The Flying Dutchman' tenor
'Don't show that guy mercy!'
As ___ (generally)
'Ghostbusters' co-star
Shrink the borders of
Record label that popularized Southern soul
Strong twill
Ricci of fashion
Rotary mower brand
Sufficient, in the comics
Rudimentary seed
Run up
Sweet liqueur
Russian city on the Dnieper
Target of Stiller and Murphy in 'Tower Heist'
Sashimi choice
Some rental cars
Seers of many sights
Semicircular shape
Somerhalder of 'The Vampire Diaries'
Those making an effort
Served in steins, say
Something spotted in a toy store
Topic for Latin lovers
Sherman and Lane
Shortstop Vizquel
Assn. of teams
Backwoods mail rtes
Baseball's highest-paid pitcher in 1975
Ben E. King's first top ten song

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