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|New York Times December 24 2017||IAM|
|Wall Street Journal May 9 2017||IAM|
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|Captain with a whalebone leg|
|Two-time loser to Dwight|
|Sch. about a mile from Harvard U.|
|Base for some hors d'oeuvres|
|There are a lot of letters in this answer|
|Home of Mindy's houseguest|
|"Ring around the collar" brand|
|Offshore oil platform|
|Middle son on TV's "Empire"|
|Kennel club reject|
|In an absolute manner|
|Took the title|
|Lake that feeds the Niagara River|
|Top bond rating|
|Uncanny knack for making money|
|Burns or Barrie|
|Got wind of|
|Cut from the same cloth|
|Crude oil measure: Abbr.|
|Throw water on|
|Set the price at|
|1949 hit for Frankie Laine|
|"This ___ my day!"|
|As one pleases|
|Indicator of fitness|
|Mineo of "Rebel Without a Cause"|
|One who supplies another's income|
|Down Under hoppers|
|Big money amounts, slangily|
|About 2,205 pounds|
|Citi Field player|
|Archaic verb in an O'Neill title|
|Spare tire settings|
|Showing poor taste|
|Ryan's "La La Land" co-star|
|Facetious "Got it!"|
|Symbol of sturdiness|
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