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Wall Street Journal crossword of October 22nd, 2010 other clues
'Dream on!'
'Miss Chatelaine' singer
'Nighthawks' painter
'Not ___ out of you!'
'Salome' role
'Short Eyes' playwright
'Vega$' star
'Will you let me have a try?'
'___ Mia' (Jay and the Americans hit)
'___ Now Praise Famous Men'
A smattering of
Ab strengthener
Acct. addition
Andrew's ex
Back, at times
Baseball's Bando
Become acclimated
Big bustles
Bitterly regret
Borsa Italiana setting
Bowling targets behaving exuberantly?
Brand with a bat logo
Capital of Albania
Carnival offering
Charlie's brother on 'Two and a Half Men'
Coach involved in training
Corp. takeover
Covers a football field
Craters full of fowl with proud parents?
D.C. baseballer, for short
Dallas Cowboys helmet feature
Dark horses
Dept. head
Dessert in a tall glass
Dirigible on an old air mail stamp?
Distinct times
Donovan's record label
Dr. Zaius, for one
Dweller on the Arctic Circle
Eldest of the Pleiades
Energetic effort
Fed. purchasing agency
Friend of Lorraine?
Garth Brooks's birthplace
Go for
Go for a tight shot
Go piece
Gov. Pawlenty's home
Harmful, as effects
Has a secret merger
Inner circles in Venn diagrams
It may be flipped
Kachina doll producers
Kitchen cover
Language that gives us 'hashish'
Like dividends
Like the Gorgons' hair
Loser to Franklin in 1936
Louisiana, to Louis
Lowly worker
Magnetic measures
Manipulator's forte
Mannheim man
Mechanical repetition
Monticello, for one
Musical based on the play 'The Fourposter'
Official orders
One whose sign says 'Boycott Drew Brees'?
Partial quality
Pen chant
Penn of 'The Namesake'
Pert talk
Pirouette pivot
Places of seclusion
Police shocker
Polk's successor
Powell's frequent co-star
Powerful club
Preside over
Proceeding as planned
Reach over
Remove all traces of
Response to 'I have to be going now'
Rod attachment
Savory jelly
Schedule position
Score finish
Send for a second opinion
Shelters over truck dealers' lots?
Ship sealer
Short drive
Shrine item
Sierra follower
Skeptical exclamation
Ski resort sight
Some Okefenokee fauna
Something to spruce up the croquet set?
Sound of contentment
Splinter groups
Store fixtures
Subject of a front-page New York Times obituary on August 6, 1975
Suede shade
Swims with the fishes
Takes on
Tattoo artist's need
The Jets, for one
The NCAA's Buckeyes
Thief, informally
Throw fastballs just because it's fun?
Tom Canty, in a Twain tale
Unable to decide
Varnish, e.g.
What the weary get, so they say
Where Apolo Ohno won his second Olympic gold medal
Where Harrah's began
Where sprats have spats?
Win in a pencil-and-paper game
Wisdom bringer, perhaps
Writer Rushdie
You might take it lying down

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