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Wall Street Journal December 7 2017 Crossword Answers
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“Snow Falling on Cedars” star
Cold War side
Brief cold spell
Winter of “Modern Family”
High in the Andes
Klondike Bar’s features a polar bear
Most worthless part
Prime minister born in Kiev and raised in Milwaukee
Wood used for skis
Explosive zap from a sci-fi weapon?
Person who’s critical at first
Full of pluck
Cooling system features
Bespectacled friend of Snow White
Money used to build many a California film studio?
Torch lighter of 1996
Winter Olympics host in 1956 and 2006
Provorov of the Philadelphia Flyers
Point at a plate
Souvenirs from Sanders rallies?
“I am not what I am” speaker
It’s spread on snowy roads
Plunge, as winter temperatures
Speak, to Spaniards
One of the fire signs
Shoe brand since 1916
Wallach of “Winter Kills”
Ryan of the Nashville Predators
Like “Chill out!” and “Cool it!”
Parker of “A Mighty Wind”
Hatchlings from green eggs
Too new to recommend
How skis may be rented
“You’re stuck with me!”
Many spam senders
Preston of the Yukon, for one: Abbr.
IV inserter, at times
Galerie ___ Glaces (Versailles section)
Scarves and the like
Hurts like a winter wind
Site of the first Woolworth’s
Slow and stately
Safari’s compass, for example
Try for a contract
Adrenaline, for short