Wall Street Journal March 21 2017 Crossword Answers

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  • [Duck]
  • Field workers
  • Uses a Taser on
  • Snow queen of “Frozen”
  • Object of adulation
  • Zellweger of “Chicago”
  • Put out
  • [Mollusk]
  • Of a Mexican desert
  • Family VWs
  • “Uh-huh”
  • Compiler of synonyms
  • [Gemstone]
  • “Dancing Queen” group
  • One with a habit
  • Spike’s miniature cousin
  • Harsh
  • Superlative
  • Alma mater of Thomas, Alito and Sotomayor
  • Rural enclosures
  • Kunis of “Jupiter Ascending”
  • Fertilization targets
  • Counterpart of 37-Down
  • [Plant]
  • “They got me!”
  • Hold up
  • Outlook alternative
  • Percy Jackson, e.g.
  • Kids’ show of 1996-2006, or what’s within brackets in this puzzle
  • Renewable energy source
  • Brings in
  • Item that comes with a Magic Mouse
  • Utah ski resort
  • Corrosive cleaners
  • Starch plant
  • [Military force]
  • Concert souvenirs
  • Giggly Muppet
  • “T ___ Thomas”
  • Sister of Janet and Jermaine
  • Make tatters out of
  • Unspoiled spot
  • In favor of
  • Loafer, e.g.
  • “Mind without mind” condition
  • “Lonely Boy” singer
  • Cartoon caveman’s garb
  • Goes out with
  • React to yeast, say
  • Word after living or minimum
  • Dances for Desi
  • Cleared (of)
  • Restless
  • Sales goal
  • Remove, as a brooch
  • Singer Carly ___ Jepsen
  • Mentioned in the following paragraphs
  • Pixar film with the heroine Merida
  • Menachem shared the Peace Prize with him
  • Zigzag downhill
  • Systematic routines
  • Counterpart of 42-Across
  • Like terrace dining
  • “The A-Team” co-star
  • Smart, in a way
  • Like kerosene lamps
  • Mentor to Luke
  • Force over acceleration
  • Ill-fated brother
  • Big name in skin care
  • Entice
  • Sweetie
  • Colorado River tributary
  • Airing
  • June 6, 1944
  • Thurman of film