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Wall Street Journal crossword of September 14th, 2015 other clues
'Casablanca' star, familiarly
'Hot in Herre' rapper
'Leave it in,' to a manuscript editor
'That's cheating!'
'Why, certainly!'
'Would ___ to you?'
*Girlfriend, quaintly
*Invalidate, as an unconstitutional law
*Smith or Jones, for example
*Valuation of a public utility
*Veering from the intended path
*Yearbook signer
Always relevant
Archaeological artifact
Banana skins
Bishop's domain
Comedian Bruce
Comedian Dangerfield
Commonly pierced body part
Daiquiri liquor
Desert known for its saguaro cacti
Diving bird with an eerie call
Dyeing technique employing wax
Edinburgh native
Epithet for a small person
Fan magazine cover personality
Fawn's mother
Flying dinosaur of Japanese movies
Foot or fathom
Football field officials
Gardner who was married to Mickey Rooney, Artie Shaw and Frank Sinatra
Garr of 'Young Frankenstein'
Government agents, informally
Greek god of war
Greek's X
Heat until bubbling
Horror star Karloff
Ice crystals on windowpanes
Irish poet/playwright
Lattice in a garden
Leek's cousin
Make speeches
Manicure target
Mexican money
Muscular twitch
Nation south of Algeria
Nebraska's largest city
Outcast from Eden
Pathetically small
Place to get pampered
Poorly lit
Port of Yemen
Predict, as future events
Sarge's superior
Singer Ronstadt
Small motorcycle
Some HDTVs
Sour note from a trumpet
Squalid dwelling
Steer clear of
Subjects of sentences, usually
Tavern owner on 'The Simpsons'
Tree with fragrant wood
Warhol of pop art fame
Welcomed through the door
Wheat product used to make pasta
Word that can precede each half of each starred clue's answer
Worker in Santa's workshop

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