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Wall Street Journal crossword of February 10th, 2018 other clues
Scrooge syllables
'Shark Tank' carrier
Lawyer's action based on scant evidence?
Lay out some more green?
'Sprechen ___ Deutsch?'
See the sights
'The heat ___!'
Legendary Giant
Shaving cream ingredient
Less often seen
Short-lived Sally Field sitcom
Coastal creature
'Toodles!'
Lightning byproduct
Show broadcast from 30 Rock
1962 #1 song by Tommy Roe
Lincoln Center highlights
Silent agreements
343, e.g
Lot sight
Single-celled organism
A pop
Marathon warm-up runs
Slurpee alternatives
Marseille monarchs
Small plates of fish?
A/C measure
Martini option
Small surgical knife
Apollo astronaut Conrad
Maui 'thank you'
Smith graduate
Atlantic catch
Mesozoic and Paleozoic, for two
Snockered
Attila catching some rays?
Mgr.'s helpers
Some church income
Bankruptcy filer of 2001
Midsummer babies
Being, to Ovid
More drawn out
St. surrounded by eight others
Believers
Mountain road shape
Start for Terpsichore
Black Hawk State Park setting
Net notes
Tahrir Square setting
Blake or Byron
New author's hope
New Princeton students of 1969
Tater
Bounce
Terminal figs
Overly severe
Theater audience
Bounce
Paris divider
Boxing gyms?
Theater opening
Peachy cocktail
Bucks spent on a beagle?
Trail mix tidbit
Pedal in place
Caine's 'Deathtrap' co-star
Comes to town, cowboy-style
Trill from a hill
Pen lights?
Calypso's father
TV sched. notation
Plug feature
Car company whose logo A represents calipers
Tweety or Taz
Poker target
Car with no gas tank
Unification Church member, informally
Post-op areas
Cattle call prize
Vernon's dance partner
Potter's need
Cervantes's idealist
Vintner's prefix
Primary strategy
Chopin pieces
Weeds out
Put some punch in, as punch
Chowderheads
Where Newt Gingrich earned his Ph.D
Puts forward
Course figure
Whoopi Goldberg voiced one in 'The Lion King'
Corporate department
Quaint letter opener
Words said with a salute
Rams great Merlin
Yves's eve
Crooked
Report of a Bigfoot sighting?
Crop up
Rink jumps
Dandy's neckwear
Sch. with branches in Irvine and Berkeley
Cornfield cry
Debauchee
Desires
Disapproving sounds
Disregard
Dorm monitors?
Dress edges
East Coast hwy
Editor, at times
Employment office personnel?
Env. inside an env., e.g
Exhibition area
Expedition
Expenditures
Female fawn
Fighting ender
First name in stunts
Fishhook feature
Form letters?
Game for future Little Leaguers
Genesis creator
Good advice to budding sonnet writers?
Gradual assimilation
Grandson of Eve
Has an adverse effect on
Hierarchy levels
Home of les poissons
Honey locust feature
Howled
'Put a tiger in your tank' company
Immigrant from Japan
In need of a rubdown
Iron production
It couldn't be verse
'Bye Bye Bye' band
'Dies ___'
Jaw-dropping
'Fly the Friendly Skies' co
Lash ___ (attack)
Last word of a seasonal song

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