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Wall Street Journal crossword of November 23rd, 2012 other clues
Moccasin, for one
Minty cocktail
Exports from India
'Behold, I was ___ in iniquity': Psalms
'Didn't I tell you?'
'I'm onto your scheme!'
'Jumpin' at the Woodside' composer
Montana, from 1979 to 1992
Quick swim
Musical set in the 1930s
Semicircular shape
Neckline cut
Quinn of 'Elementary'
Observe Black Friday (and a chunk of the eight longest answers)
Shelley's 'Ozymandias,' e.g
One might look you in the eye
Operation reminders
So-so span?
Opposite of hence
Order follower
Some power producers
Rosalind's cousin in 'As You Like It'
P at the Parthenon
Painter's estimate
Sonar sound
Sahara shortage
Peyton's younger brother
Polo participant
Stand-up offering
Salmon seasoning
Prepares to switch
Presenters' props
Stay a step ahead of
Salsa's cousin
Private car?
Strips in a diner
Proudly proclaimed
School computer lab staples
Maker of big bucks
'Revolution' shower
'Super juice' brand
Boston Garden legend
'That's great'
Baked Alaska cover
'The Grapes of Wrath' group
Breathtaking features
'___ a deal!'
Barrel measure
2007 Best Director Oscar winners
Broken, say
A&P's original line
Beats, but barely
Accepted abuse without complaint
Bunch of judges
Adventure novel set in a lost African city
Before, in ballads
Alias indicator
Burnoose feature
All the rage
Best replacer
Attorney follower
Busy worker after a strike
Bad temper
Bobsled run surface
Cab rider's place
Studio sign
Sudan's president al-Bashir
White Rabbit's cry
Sue Grafton's '___ for Lawless'
They turn on the waterworks
Wild guess
Tiny Wings and Fruit Ninja
Watergate evidence
Took on
Twilight tune
Weapon with a pin
Writers Blyton and Bagnold
Unconvincing, as an excuse
Where Spiro Agnew studied chemistry
Union contracts?
Union jack?
F-14 fighter jet
Feathery accessory
Invented account
It contains uracil, not thymine
It might get you a wrap sheet
Flowering plant also called miterwort
Item with a spiral-bound top
Its cards include 30 clubs
From Land's End, perhaps
Its champion wins the Claret Jug
Japanese age that began 100 years ago
Full of energy
Jorge's home
G.P.'s gp
Layered cut
Gas, e.g
Lead a lush life
Go bad
Like autumn air
Like the word 'kiwi'
Group that may be at your service
Lincoln's in-laws
He debuted in 'Amazing Fantasy' in 1962
Litter unit
Hindu honorific
Longfellow's Evangeline and Gabriel, e.g
His first film role was Goon in 'Rebel Without a Cause'
Lottery winner's choice
Make more nutritious
Calls for
Cry from a gull
Cellphone's forerunner
Christmas or Easter: Abbr
Denial from Dieter
Chronology sections
City named for a Menominee chief
Deposit in some banks
Concession stand buys
Cousin of Dora the Explorer
Cow's first stomach
Electrolyte components
Cowpoke colleague
Emily Dickinson's home
___ many words

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