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Site of the governor’s residence known as Cedar Crest

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Wall Street Journal Clues November 28, 2020

Site of the governor’s residence known as Cedar Crest
Ornamental flourish on a printed character
Scheming cliques
Inflame with love
Volcanic mount of northern California
Source of a butter used in moisturizers
Swift seahorse?
City of Tuscany famed for its marble
Support group formed in 1951
The always stylish Fred Astaire, for one?
Common sports injury spot, for short
Seller of Glimmersticks eyeliner
Abercrombie & Fitch logo
Gap stack
Dubai dignitary
Writes music
Pilot of a fast spaceship?
Rootless sort
Not dark
His jailing was the subject of Zola’s “J’Accuse…!”
Popular self-help site
Warning of reckless driving?
Snaky shape
Travel guesses, for short
Paragon of machismo
Post-sledding warmer
Seller of Novablast running shoes
Super keen
King decreeing everyone must waltz?
State that demands money from hitchhikers?
Coolly distant
Cow in commercials
Centre Pompidou setting
Crop decimators
Pie crust ingredient
Blackout, e.g.
Refreshing break
Quipu feature
Rocks, so to speak
Plain of Jars setting
Place for knickknacks
Triumphant shout
Don in the Television Hall of Fame
What might follow “Is this just fantasy?” in “Bohemian Rhapsody”?
Latin music legend Puente
Casey of “American Top 40”
“Gimme a break!”
He debated Bush and Clinton in 1992
Spanker, e.g.
“Treasure Island” author’s monogram
Investigator of a theft at the feta factory?
“Am I the only one...?”
Magazine with a “Live Bravely” motto
Vendor of preternatural produce?
Gave it one’s all
Some winter wear
Anthem rival
Junior high student, informally
Power-saving mode
Service member
Pro ___
Words with roll or budget
Immobilized states
Expressionist Nolde
Prized coffee variety
Place for playing
Moo ___ pork
City division
State bordering on Bhutan
Squash, perhaps
Queequeg wielded one
Africa’s largest landlocked country
Poked holes in, say
“Flaubert’s Parrot” author Julian
Have ___ up one’s sleeve
Milky Way component
California wine valley
Sensational headline
Protects by lying
Legally preclude
___ Triomphe
The “Banquet Beer”
Sister of Meg, Beth and Jo
Launchpad events
Opening antecedent
Shipping department need
Kaley of “The Big Bang Theory”
Becomes inedible
Musicologist Alan who discovered Lead Belly
Andrea Bocelli, e.g.
Patiently endured
Lab coat problems
Watch part
Univ. or acad.
Like some rocket-propelled grenades
Eats after dark
Without help
Train pullers, for short
Cheer, say
Seller of Longlast filters
Its national anthem is “Mawtini”
Acapulco aunts
Carefully planned
Anchor’s finish
Salon offerings
Yard tool
Half of doce
Fed. property overseer
Given to musing
Cloverleaf parts
Sells with clicks
Garbage target, in some buildings
Standardised unit
La troisième planète
Like some traffic and some diets
Go for
Linda of Broadway’s “Jekyll & Hyde”
Yard tool
Home of Rousseau’s “The Dream,” for short
Pitcher’s lid?
Ambient music pioneer Brian
Chinese zodiac animal

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