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Wall Street Journal crossword of February 6th, 2016 other clues
Salon solution
Shocked shorthand
Shot unit
Showroom sight
Skier's spot
Sowing machine
Spiky-scaled fish
Spoken today
Streisand classic
Talk aimlessly
Tarbell and McKinley
There are seven in una semana
They come from Mars
Toll road
Toxic pollutant banned by the EPA
What the starts of the answers to the 12 starred clues make up
Yellow fellow of children's TV
Yodeler's perch
___ Bator
'Lonesome' comedian George
'Baseball Tonight' network
'Can't say ___' (quaint 'no')
'It couldn't be more obvious!'
'Just a minute!'
'Lizzie Borden took ___...'
'Pest control down to a science' company
'Shoulda listened to me!'
'The Middle' daughter
'Vamps and Tramps' writer Camille
*'Peanuts' character
*Chevre, e.g
*He sways while he plays
*It holds private information
*John Wayne's Oscar-winning role
*Mint family plant with double-lipped flowers
*Striped ocean predator
*Sunflowers' cousins
*Track transport
*Tricked-out custom car that may start with a junker
*Way into Wonderland
1914 battle site
1921 play that gave us the word 'robot'
1936 candidate Landon
66, for one: Abbr
Act the wolf
Allan-___ (one of the Merry Men)
Alternative to shop
Anglers' baskets
Architect Ludwig ___ van der Rohe
Balkan native
Baseball card stat
Blood of the gods
Bond rating
Burke of 'Dancing With the Stars'
Cartoon canine
Cash on hand?
Chimney pipes
Citrus quencher
Clock std
Cologne notes
Connection spots
Corrida chorus
Custodian's collection
Depth charge targets
Designer born Romain de Tirtoff
Destination of a simple itinerary
Dust Bowl dream
Ear cover
Fast food introduction of 1967
Fill with bubbles
First president to travel above the Arctic Circle
Foxborough gridders
G.P.'s gp
Gave a stock answer?
Get the lead out
Girder with wide flanges
GOP foes
Gymnast called 'the Sparrow from Minsk'
Half of a fluid ounce
Hangman segment
Hawaii's Mauna ___
Heir lines?
Highlands hill
Hipster's 'Gotcha!'
Indefinite amount
It's located at 4 Yawkey Way
Jai alai ball
Jazz band instrumentalist
John, to Ringo
Lament from Ludwig
Leave flabbergasted
Like Clannad's music
Like the original Greek gymnasts
Like the Palace of Versailles
Limp Bizkit singer Fred
Little foxes
Longoria of 'Telenovela'
Lottery numbers
Lute part
Magic, on sports tickers
Mall anchor, often
Marine migrator
Marryin' Sam officiated at her wedding
Minimal change
More than giggled
Most recent Supreme Court appointee
Music genre with lots of guyliner
Notre Dame football legend
Numbskull's trait
Pale green liqueur
Peter of 'Newhart'
Piece of cake
Pillow stuffing
Pirelli product
Pizarro's quest
Places in the heart
Plays up
Presides over
Pro follower
Raconteur's offering
Railroad siding
Ready to spring
Reason for being
Reel off
Rise after a splashdown
Rod and Todd's dad on 'The Simpsons'

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