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Tattoos, in slang crossword clue


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Wall Street Journal crossword of December 10th, 2016 other clues
Veterans Day month or day
Wayne Manor name
World of learning
'On the Beach' author
'Brave' princess
'Carol' director Todd
'Dancing Queen' singers
'Goodbye, Columbus' writer
'Inside the NBA' analyst
'Who Put the ___...' (Barry Mann song)
'Who ___ to judge?'
'___ on TV'
13 for Al, e.g
1974 hit '___ Tu'
1984 gold medal gymnast
28-Down, e.g
A good day to dye
Attack forcefully
Au courant
Austrian article
Bake-off needs
Beat at the track
Beatles descriptor
Bed contents
Bill add-on
Boarding place
Bob Cratchit's youngest
Cafe location, sometimes
Capital nicknamed 'la Ciudad de los Reyes'
Castle cores
Catcher's work
City on the Bay
Class drudgery
Component of a big belt
Confessional enumeration
Coop critter
Cry of alarm
Customs act, perhaps
Dark force
Debt indicator
Displays of contempt
Door topper
Export shortfall
Flooring calculation
Former Texas senator Hutchison
Fragrant essence
Freeport-based retailer
Fruity cocktail
George of 'The Goldbergs'
Getty, for one
Green figure
Group that may have an advantage
Hand over
Hardwood choice
Hardwood choice
Held a session
Highest degree
Highly styled wigs
House swallower
It may be made of koa wood
It's south of Eur
Kibbutznik's land
Like punches that pack a wallop
Lord's Prayer starter
Loud longhorn
Lowly worker, figuratively
Moat setting
Moccasin adornment
Monastery address
Month in Mexico
More apt to be eschewed by macho fellows
More precisely
Music's Clean Bandit, e.g
Nautical adverb
Nearly Headless Nick at Hogwarts, e.g
Nine-time French Open champ
Nostrils' go-between
NYSE listing
Osso buco base
Pack train sound
Painful pellets
Pale in color
Paris, for one
Part of Bertolt Brecht's setting?
Part of Doug Flutie's setting?
Part of Fox Mulder's setting?
Part of Gianni Versace's setting?
Part of Lewis Carroll's setting?
Part of Paris Hilton's setting?
Part of Vladimir Horowitz's setting?
Part of Wayne Gretzky's setting?
Performance reward
Picture prize
Poetic feet
Pottery piece
Prepared for a punch
Printemps follower
RSVP decliners
Seller of Toughskins kids' clothing
Shuffle follower
Singer Stefani
Slanted, as writing
Solemn custom
Source of ambiguous answers
Spew pahoehoe
St. Louis attraction
Stallion steerer
Stand-up guy
Start of many Brazilian place names
Stunted, as trees
Take to the skies
Tex-Mex offering
Tex-Mex offering
The Horned Frogs' sch
Took in a second airing of
Trying to seem highbrow
Upper echelon

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