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February 17 2017, Wall Street Journal

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Many got scratched in the 1990s
Military band
R & R times
Bear rival
Number between siete and nueve
Key with three sharps
*A little pig?
*Fruit used in Thai cuisine
Missouri county
Olivia of "The Wonder Years"
Experts
Belief
Cellphone's lack
Females with pigtails?
Military sch.
Lock locations
Country code next to tennis's Marin Cilic's name at the Olympics
Pink character of Nintendo games
Capital on the Gulf of Guinea
*It's sometimes called an "alligator pear"
*Chinese cabbage
Some dresses
___ Flow (Scottish strait)
CCCXXXVII tripled
Prepare mentally
Root beer bottler Edward
See 30-Down
Adams and Grant
P, on fraternity sweaters
Rug cleaners, briefly
Workplace inspection agcy.
Picked things
*Tempura choice
*Bayou specialty that, like all the starred foods, fits the answer category
Egyptian god of the dead
Siberian city
Nevada drama
Visits briefly
Muted trumpet sounds
Keystone ___
Mob boss
Medical Mehmet
Indie music's Tegan and ___
Low pair
German shout
Clogged up?
Decide against the subway
Particles of water
Flu fighters: Abbr.
Good surname for a milliner
Open a crack
Toy for one hand
Mmes., in Malaga
Mother of Kourtney, Kim and Khloe
Soap option
Hotel tippee
Capital on the Buriganga River
Little rascal
Vermont-based company founded in 1856
With 51-Across, "Cheers" bartender with Sam Malone
David and Bing
Clemson's sports org.
Average Joe
Substitute voter
Iraqi character on "Lost"
Buckwheat grain
POTUS, to mil. personnel
N-S split
Reliable moneymaker
Conspicuous hit, in showbiz slang
Beatrix Potter rabbit
Atlanta athletes
Brandy bottle abbr.
"I get it," facetiously
Blood's rival
Knights' titles
First word of the "Aeneid"
Ilsa's love
___ buco (veal shanks)
Buoyant craft
Will Smith movie, for short
Cigar detritus

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