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  • Title: Thursday, October 21, 2004
  • Author: Barbara Olson / Rich Norris
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  • Title: Thursday, October 21, 2004
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A1. Eight bits ~ BYTE
A1. Eight bits ~ BYTE
A5. Elec., e.g. ~ UTIL
A5. Elec., e.g. ~ UTIL
A9. Bows at sea ~ PROWS
A9. Bows at sea ~ PROWS
A14. Lament ~ MOAN
A14. Lament ~ MOAN
A15. Whimper ~ PULE
A15. Whimper ~ PULE
A16. Force back ~ REPEL
A16. Force back ~ REPEL
A17. Bluepoint cultivation site ~ OYSTERBED
A17. Bluepoint cultivation site ~ OYSTERBED
A19. "It's __ formality" ~ AMERE
A19. "It's __ formality" ~ AMERE
A20. Lettuce variety ~ COS
A20. Lettuce variety ~ COS
A21. Tip, as a cap ~ DOFF
A21. Tip, as a cap ~ DOFF
A22. Made amends ~ ATONED
A22. Made amends ~ ATONED
A23. Barely make ends meet ~ EKEOUTALIVING
A23. Barely make ends meet ~ EKEOUTALIVING
A26. Llama feature? ~ SILENTL
A26. Llama feature? ~ SILENTL
A28. Kitchen nook ~ DINETTE
A28. Kitchen nook ~ DINETTE
A29. Stalks, with "on" ~ PREYS
A29. Stalks, with "on" ~ PREYS
A30. Den __: Dutch city ~ HAAG
A30. Den __: Dutch city ~ HAAG
A31. Gov't. officials ~ FEDS
A31. Gov't. officials ~ FEDS
A32. Types of them appear in 17-, 23-, 46- and 54-Across ~ ROOMS
A32. Types of them appear in 17-, 23-, 46- and 54-Across ~ ROOMS
A34. Linen source ~ FLAX
A34. Linen source ~ FLAX
A38. Like some wild oats ~ SOWN
A38. Like some wild oats ~ SOWN
A39. Novelist Charles ~ READE
A39. Novelist Charles ~ READE
A40. One of a noted dozen ~ APOSTLE
A40. One of a noted dozen ~ APOSTLE
A44. Requiring a presoak, maybe ~ STAINED
A44. Requiring a presoak, maybe ~ STAINED
A46. Courtroom sketch, say ~ PENCILDRAWING
A46. Courtroom sketch, say ~ PENCILDRAWING
A48. Endless, in verse ~ ETERNE
A48. Endless, in verse ~ ETERNE
A49. Chills ~ ICES
A49. Chills ~ ICES
A50. Letters on some 9-Across ~ USS
A50. Letters on some 9-Across ~ USS
A53. Posed again ~ RESAT
A53. Posed again ~ RESAT
A54. Lose one's shirt ~ TAKEABATH
A54. Lose one's shirt ~ TAKEABATH
A56. Breakfast fare ~ CREPE
A56. Breakfast fare ~ CREPE
A57. Editor's change of heart ~ STET
A57. Editor's change of heart ~ STET
A58. S-shaped molding ~ OGEE
A58. S-shaped molding ~ OGEE
A59. "¿Cómo está __?" ~ USTED
A59. "¿Cómo está __?" ~ USTED
A60. Inflates artificially ~ PADS
A60. Inflates artificially ~ PADS
A61. Farm houses ~ PENS
A61. Farm houses ~ PENS
D1. Class pres., say ~ BMOC
D1. Class pres., say ~ BMOC
D2. Vacillate ~ YOYO
D2. Vacillate ~ YOYO
D3. Like graduation caps ~ TASSELED
D3. Like graduation caps ~ TASSELED
D4. Tolkien tree being ~ ENT
D4. Tolkien tree being ~ ENT
D5. Yank from the soil ~ UPROOT
D5. Yank from the soil ~ UPROOT
D6. Enough to really soak in ~ TUBFUL
D6. Enough to really soak in ~ TUBFUL
D7. "__ my heart..." ~ ILEFT
D7. "__ my heart..." ~ ILEFT
D8. Took charge ~ LED
D8. Took charge ~ LED
D9. Running off at the mouth ~ PRATING
D9. Running off at the mouth ~ PRATING
D10. Take away ~ REMOVE
D10. Take away ~ REMOVE
D11. Eager gift-giver's prompt ~ OPENIT
D11. Eager gift-giver's prompt ~ OPENIT
D12. Didn't exist ~ WERENT
D12. Didn't exist ~ WERENT
D13. Draft vehicle ~ SLEDGE
D13. Draft vehicle ~ SLEDGE
D18. They're ideal ~ EDENS
D18. They're ideal ~ EDENS
D22. Fake handle ~ ALIAS
D22. Fake handle ~ ALIAS
D24. Types (in) ~ KEYS
D24. Types (in) ~ KEYS
D25. Jack's "Anger Management" costar ~ ADAM
D25. Jack's "Anger Management" costar ~ ADAM
D26. 15, 30 or 45, usually: Abbr. ~ SPF
D26. 15, 30 or 45, usually: Abbr. ~ SPF
D27. Outrage ~ IRE
D27. Outrage ~ IRE
D30. Sweetums ~ HON
D30. Sweetums ~ HON
D32. "Driving Miss Daisy" actress ~ ROLLE
D32. "Driving Miss Daisy" actress ~ ROLLE
D33. Delayed payment on ~ OWED
D33. Delayed payment on ~ OWED
D34. Sinn __ ~ FEIN
D34. Sinn __ ~ FEIN
D35. High school requirement ~ LANGUAGE
D35. High school requirement ~ LANGUAGE
D36. Summer cooler ~ ADE
D36. Summer cooler ~ ADE
D37. Marked wrong ~ XED
D37. Marked wrong ~ XED
D38. Was tightfisted ~ STINTED
D38. Was tightfisted ~ STINTED
D39. Mikhail's wife ~ RAISA
D39. Mikhail's wife ~ RAISA
D40. Brief summary ~ APERCU
D40. Brief summary ~ APERCU
D41. Gradually stops, with "out" ~ PETERS
D41. Gradually stops, with "out" ~ PETERS
D42. Friendly tennis game, perhaps ~ ONESET
D42. Friendly tennis game, perhaps ~ ONESET
D43. Abrasive injury ~ SCRAPE
D43. Abrasive injury ~ SCRAPE
D44. Canned ~ SACKED
D44. Canned ~ SACKED
D45. Cage chatter ~ TWEETS
D45. Cage chatter ~ TWEETS
D47. Rodeo rope ~ RIATA
D47. Rodeo rope ~ RIATA
D51. British machine gun ~ STEN
D51. British machine gun ~ STEN
D52. Women ~ SHES
D52. Women ~ SHES
D54. Cookbook meas. ~ TSP
D54. Cookbook meas. ~ TSP
D55. Hit on the head ~ BOP
D55. Hit on the head ~ BOP

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