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Wall Street Journal crossword of September 12th, 2014 other clues
'A Horse With No Name' band
'Grey's Anatomy' extra
'Ring-a-Ding-Ding!' singer
'Starpeace' performer
'The Country Girl' playwright
'The isle is full of noises' speaker
'The Last Ship' event
'The Searchers' star
'The World on Time' advertiser
'What Is to Be Done?' proposition
'___ My Life' (Bon Jovi song)
1,000-kilogram weights
Academy founder
Addition column
ANIMAL PLANET rebranded as a channel about fasting?
App stand-in
Aromatic herbs
Away from the wind
Ball-bearing items
Barclays Center team
Battery, e.g
BBC AMERICA rebranded to cover a Jewish leader in the center of Islam?
Beat, but barely
Believer in a noninterventionist God
Big dos
Bohr study
Brainstorming tool
Braugher of 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'
Bridge setting
Bring to bear
Campus south of Sunset Blvd
Capital that fell in 1975
Carmaker who created the REO
Cause of many delays
Center mark on a sundial
Colleague of Cowell and Jackson for eight seasons
Color worn by the San Jose Sharks
COMEDY CENTRAL rebranded to cover etiquette among humans?
Commandos' outing
Company that had a trademark on Heroin
Conservative columnist Charen
Created for a specific purpose
Crook's cousin
Didn't give way
Diner side
Discussion group
DISNEY CHANNEL rebranded to cover Beijing banking in Japan?
Divination stones
Dominated, informally
Door-to-door salesman
Dress down
Drew in some books
Egyptian god of the universe
Electric bill letters
Exchange areas
Extremely small
Fearsome female
Filled in for
Finger raised on the shoulder
Followed a meandering course
Fourth qtr. start
FOX BUSINESS rebranded to cover Navy budget cut decisions?
Fruity soda brand
Funny in a subtle way
Got a perfect score on
Honda subsidiary
House call
Ill temper
Induction requirement, often
Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's instrument
Item in a Magritte painting (or not)
Item in an eyelet
Jon of 'Chicago P.D.'
Joni Mitchell's '___ of You'
Left in the cereal bowl too long, perhaps
Like a lout
Like hot rods
Like many a lifeguard
Lines at the movies?
Londoner's local
Lounge fixture
Lover's gift
Mermaid's home
Milker's mouthful
More ticked off
Napoleon Solo's employer
Narc's operation
NICKELODEON rebranded with shows about TV room makeovers?
Nods, say
Onyx piece
Orbital maximum
Org. opposed to smoking
Oscar-winning role for Philip Seymour Hoffman
Perched on
Prison, slangily
Pump part
Representative example
Restoration diarist
Robert A. Heinlein won several
Royal offering
S&L offerings
Scratch (out)
So last year
Software with a store
Some NFL linemen
Some shoot it and others break it
Spirited mount
Surfer girl
Taj Mahal setting
Tennis star Mandlikova
Terrier of the movies
The Jungfrau, e.g
Took part in a spin class
Typographical runover
USA NETWORK rebranded to cover luxury travel?
Valuable bar
Vodka cocktail
Wee workers
When tripled, a 1970 war movie
Wherein the world?
Working-class Boston neighborhood
Zany sorts

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