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  • Title: Tue Jan 7: It's about time
  • Author: Marjorie Richter
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A1. Red-haired clown ~ BOZO
A1. Fool ~ BOZO
A5. Yawn ~ GAPE
A5. Yawn ~ GAPE
A9. Odor ~ SCENT
A9. Odor ~ SCENT
A14. Neat as ___ ~ APIN
A14. Epitome of neatness ~ APIN
A15. "You can count ___" ~ ONIT
A15. Taking care of business ~ ONIT
A16. First five books of the Bible ~ TORAH
A16. First five books of the Bible ~ TORAH
A17. Fork part ~ TINE
A17. Fork part ~ TINE
A18. Director Preminger ~ OTTO
A18. Palindromic pooch ~ OTTO
A19. Make very happy ~ ELATE
A19. Make very happy ~ ELATE
A20. Barbra Streisand hit ~ SECONDHANDROSE
A20. Barbra Streisand hit ~ SECONDHANDROSE
A23. X follower ~ FILES
A23. X follower ~ FILES
A24. Switch positions ~ ONS
A24. Switch positions ~ ONS
A25. Building extension ~ ELL
A25. Building extension ~ ELL
A28. Place for a school dance ~ GYM
A28. Place for a school dance ~ GYM
A29. Salespeople, at times ~ CLOSERS
A29. Salespeople, at times ~ CLOSERS
A33. Man and his best friend connector? ~ LEASH
A33. Man and his best friend connector? ~ LEASH
A35. Haggard book ~ SHE
A35. Haggard book ~ SHE
A36. Really, really bad ~ EVIL
A36. Really, really bad ~ EVIL
A37. Brand-name drink ~ MINUTEMAIDJUICE
A37. Brand-name drink ~ MINUTEMAIDJUICE
A41. Dash ~ ELAN
A41. Dash ~ ELAN
A42. ___ populi ~ VOX
A42. ___ populi ~ VOX
A43. Joel Grey, in "Cabaret" ~ EMCEE
A43. Joel Grey, in "Cabaret" ~ EMCEE
A44. What Dorothy wanted to go over ~ RAINBOW
A44. Colorful arc ~ RAINBOW
A46. Vise part ~ JAW
A46. Vise part ~ JAW
A48. Sound of disapproval ~ TSK
A48. "Shame!" ~ TSK
A49. Bug ~ IRK
A49. Bug ~ IRK
A50. Ice-cream holders ~ CONES
A50. Ice-cream holders ~ CONES
A52. "My Left Foot" star ~ DANIELDAYLEWIS
A52. "My Left Foot" star ~ DANIELDAYLEWIS
A58. Used a machine at the laundromat ~ DRIED
A58. Used a machine at the laundromat ~ DRIED
A59. Tuscany river ~ ARNO
A59. Cartoonist Peter ~ ARNO
A60. Nineteenth-century political cartoonist ~ NAST
A60. Nineteenth-century political cartoonist ~ NAST
A61. Hospital employee ~ NURSE
A61. Hospital employee ~ NURSE
A62. City on the Rhine River ~ BONN
A62. City on the Rhine River ~ BONN
A63. It beats a deuce ~ TREY
A63. It beats a deuce ~ TREY
A64. Vast chasm ~ ABYSS
A64. Vast chasm ~ ABYSS
A65. Duck found in crossword puzzles ~ SMEE
A65. Duck often found in crossword puzzles ~ SMEE
A66. Highest point ~ APEX
A66. Highest point ~ APEX
D1. Belfry inhabitants? ~ BATS
D1. Belfry inhabitants? ~ BATS
D2. Andy's son, in a classic sitcom ~ OPIE
D2. Andy's son, in a classic sitcom ~ OPIE
D3. Bluish white metal ~ ZINC
D3. Bluish white metal ~ ZINC
D4. ___ a kind ~ ONEOF
D4. Fifty-nine past? ~ ONEOF
D5. Considerable ~ GOODLY
D5. Considerable ~ GOODLY
D6. "The Star-Spangled Banner," for one ~ ANTHEM
D6. Country music? ~ ANTHEM
D7. Falafel holders ~ PITAS
D7. Falafel holders ~ PITAS
D8. School founded in 1440 ~ ETON
D8. School founded in 1440 ~ ETON
D9. Heat source for campers ~ STERNO
D9. Heat source for campers ~ STERNO
D10. Roman tourist attraction ~ COLOSSEUM
D10. Roman tourist attraction ~ COLOSSEUM
D11. Ages ~ ERAS
D11. Ages ~ ERAS
D12. Basketball player "Tiny" Archibald ~ NATE
D12. Hoopster Archibald ~ NATE
D13. Common article ~ THE
D13. Common article ~ THE
D21. Dawn preceder ~ NIGHT
D21. Dawn preceder ~ NIGHT
D22. Distributed, with "out" ~ DOLED
D22. Distributed, with "out" ~ DOLED
D25. Looney Tunes character Fudd ~ ELMER
D25. Elsie's guy ~ ELMER
D26. J. P. Donleavy novel ~ LEILA
D26. J. P. Donleavy novel ~ LEILA
D27. Pineapple-growing island ~ LANAI
D27. Pineapple-growing island ~ LANAI
D29. Tai ___ ~ CHI
D29. The Windy City, briefly ~ CHI
D30. Force out ~ EVICT
D30. Force out ~ EVICT
D31. Wild or sticky ~ RICES
D31. Wild or sticky ~ RICES
D32. Glossy ~ SLEEK
D32. Glossy ~ SLEEK
D34. Optimism ~ SUNNINESS
D34. Optimism ~ SUNNINESS
D35. Jazz instrument ~ SAX
D35. Jazz instrument ~ SAX
D38. Bring to mind ~ EVOKE
D38. Bring to mind ~ EVOKE
D39. Do a chore in the suburbs ~ MOW
D39. Do a chore in the suburbs ~ MOW
D40. Expensive ornament ~ JEWEL
D40. Expensive ornament ~ JEWEL
D45. There are seven of these in a 1954 film title ~ BRIDES
D45. There are seven of these in a 1954 film title ~ BRIDES
D46. Actress Woodward ~ JOANNE
D46. Actress Woodward ~ JOANNE
D47. "Tennis, ___?" ~ ANYONE
D47. "Volunteers?" ~ ANYONE
D50. Computer burner output ~ CDROM
D50. Computer burner output ~ CDROM
D51. Actress Berger ~ SENTA
D51. Actress Berger ~ SENTA
D52. Defeat decisively ~ DRUB
D52. Defeat decisively ~ DRUB
D53. Ethereal ~ AIRY
D53. Well-ventilated ~ AIRY
D54. Places for experiments ~ LABS
D54. Places for experiments ~ LABS
D55. Enterprise speed ~ WARP
D55. Enterprise speed ~ WARP
D56. "Uh, huh" ~ ISEE
D56. "Uh, huh" ~ ISEE
D57. River next to Hades ~ STYX
D57. River next to Hades ~ STYX
D58. Double helix ~ DNA
D58. Double helix ~ DNA

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