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Speaker's aid crossword clue


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Wall Street Journal crossword of August 11th, 2014 other clues
Abolish
Accords
Achieve success
Adam Smith, for one
Add to the batter
Alley ___
Apt to pull a fast one
Average name?
Bach composition
Barclays Center, e.g
Bio datum
Bisque bit
Bonanza discoveries
Bongo made of glass?
Brand played by George Gershwin and Billy Joel
Brought home
Cargo hoist
Ceiling
Children's excuses for not cleaning their messy rooms?
City on the Arkansas River
Course conveyances
Desktop array
Dobrev of 'The Vampire Diaries'
First name in swashbucklers
Girardi's predecessor
Give off
Grammarian's topic
Hair accessory for Pebbles
Half of the 'Monday, Monday' quartet
Ham sign-off
Hide-hair connector
Homecoming queen adornment
In the style of
Incredible bargains
Insect's egg case
It's in tents
Kristin Bauer van Straten's 'True Blood' role
Last letter in 'Morse code'
Legal stoppage
Like a contented diner
Like some swimming pools
Middle name in Menlo Park
Middle of three in a row
Moscow natives
Naval clerks
Northeast Corridor speedster
Not so
Nutshell contents
Ore-Ida nugget
People whose name means 'ordinary'
Pitcher Rzepczynski
Plant whose branches serve as a coat rack?
Premiere sight
Protein acid type
Put on ___ (fake it)
Rap sheet data
Ration
Reason for a raise
Resemble a hot dog
Salver used as a cymbal?
School on the Thames
Sharply dressed
Shoulder muscle
Sierra Club founder
Soil stuck to the bottom of an athlete's shoe?
Some choristers
Street address?
Sugar bowl visitor
Summercaters' location
The New Yorker founder Harold
They're in cleanup positions
Timber treatment
Where you might catch some rays
Wingtip tip
___ Club (Walmart offshoot)

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