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A1. Start of a hypothesis ~ IFSO
A1. Start of a hypothesis ~ IFSO
A5. Like some adapters ~ ACDC
A5. Like some adapters ~ ACDC
A9. Plays the ponies ~ BETS
A9. Plays the ponies ~ BETS
A13. Chief navigator on the Enterprise ~ SULU
A13. Chief navigator on the Enterprise ~ SULU
A14. Get really high ~ SOAR
A14. Get really high ~ SOAR
A15. NFL Hall of Famer Matson ~ OLLIE
A15. NFL Hall of Famer Matson ~ OLLIE
A16. "I smell __!" ~ ARAT
A16. "I smell __!" ~ ARAT
A17. Colombian metropolis ~ CALI
A17. Colombian metropolis ~ CALI
A18. __ Dame ~ NOTRE
A18. __ Dame ~ NOTRE
A19. Yew ~ FLEXIBLEWOOD
A19. Yew ~ FLEXIBLEWOOD
A22. Be relevant to ~ BEARON
A22. Be relevant to ~ BEARON
A25. "I wish!" ~ IFONLY
A25. "I wish!" ~ IFONLY
A26. You ~ SECONDPERSON
A26. You ~ SECONDPERSON
A30. Farsi speaker ~ IRANI
A30. Farsi speaker ~ IRANI
A31. Like a loud crowd ~ AROAR
A31. Like a loud crowd ~ AROAR
A32. Weaken ~ SAP
A32. Weaken ~ SAP
A35. Columbia, e.g.: Abbr. ~ DIST
A35. Columbia, e.g.: Abbr. ~ DIST
A36. Mandates ~ FIATS
A36. Mandates ~ FIATS
A37. Customary practice ~ RITE
A37. Customary practice ~ RITE
A38. Big size ~ EEE
A38. Big size ~ EEE
A39. __ Blue detergent ~ RINSO
A39. __ Blue detergent ~ RINSO
A40. Gulf state ~ TEXAS
A40. Gulf state ~ TEXAS
A41. U ~ LETTERAFTERT
A41. U ~ LETTERAFTERT
A43. Reception aid ~ AERIAL
A43. Reception aid ~ AERIAL
A46. Inner city area ~ BARRIO
A46. Inner city area ~ BARRIO
A47. Ewe ~ FLEECYFEMALE
A47. Ewe ~ FLEECYFEMALE
A51. "Stop, sailor!" ~ AVAST
A51. "Stop, sailor!" ~ AVAST
A52. Novelist Waugh ~ ALEC
A52. Novelist Waugh ~ ALEC
A53. DEA agent ~ NARC
A53. DEA agent ~ NARC
A57. They make a mint ~ CERTS
A57. They make a mint ~ CERTS
A58. Prego rival ~ RAGU
A58. Prego rival ~ RAGU
A59. Handle user ~ CBER
A59. Handle user ~ CBER
A60. ExxonMobil subsidiary ~ ESSO
A60. ExxonMobil subsidiary ~ ESSO
A61. Eve's grandson ~ ENOS
A61. Eve's grandson ~ ENOS
A62. Knife handle ~ HAFT
A62. Knife handle ~ HAFT
D1. "This __ stickup" ~ ISA
D1. "This __ stickup" ~ ISA
D2. Jet set garb ~ FUR
D2. Jet set garb ~ FUR
D3. Patty Hearst's abductors: Abbr. ~ SLA
D3. Patty Hearst's abductors: Abbr. ~ SLA
D4. In the lead ~ OUTFRONT
D4. In the lead ~ OUTFRONT
D5. Get higher ~ ASCEND
D5. Get higher ~ ASCEND
D6. Persuade gently ~ COAX
D6. Persuade gently ~ COAX
D7. St. Petersburg, Florida, museum honoree ~ DALI
D7. St. Petersburg, Florida, museum honoree ~ DALI
D8. Rattle site ~ CRIB
D8. Rattle site ~ CRIB
D9. Cool, in a way ~ BLOWON
D9. Cool, in a way ~ BLOWON
D10. John who toured with Joel ~ ELTON
D10. John who toured with Joel ~ ELTON
D11. Alpine region of Austria and Italy ~ TIROL
D11. Alpine region of Austria and Italy ~ TIROL
D12. Run-down ~ SEEDY
D12. Run-down ~ SEEDY
D15. __ the road ~ ONEFOR
D15. __ the road ~ ONEFOR
D20. Burt's ex ~ LONI
D20. Burt's ex ~ LONI
D21. Singer Loeb et al. ~ LISAS
D21. Singer Loeb et al. ~ LISAS
D22. Relatively unknown song, usually ~ BSIDE
D22. Relatively unknown song, usually ~ BSIDE
D23. Uncanny ~ EERIE
D23. Uncanny ~ EERIE
D24. Words after take, make or break ~ ACASE
D24. Words after take, make or break ~ ACASE
D27. Primer, say ~ PAINT
D27. Primer, say ~ PAINT
D28. Obliterate ~ ERASE
D28. Obliterate ~ ERASE
D29. Helicopter assembly ~ ROTOR
D29. Helicopter assembly ~ ROTOR
D32. Wachovia Center player ~ SIXER
D32. Wachovia Center player ~ SIXER
D33. Pong maker ~ ATARI
D33. Pong maker ~ ATARI
D34. Trattoria topping ~ PESTO
D34. Trattoria topping ~ PESTO
D36. In a suitable manner ~ FITLY
D36. In a suitable manner ~ FITLY
D37. Cut down ~ RETRENCH
D37. Cut down ~ RETRENCH
D39. Does a double take, e.g. ~ REACTS
D39. Does a double take, e.g. ~ REACTS
D40. Big name in nonstick cookware ~ TFAL
D40. Big name in nonstick cookware ~ TFAL
D41. Isn't straight with ~ LIESTO
D41. Isn't straight with ~ LIESTO
D42. Early calculator ~ ABACUS
D42. Early calculator ~ ABACUS
D43. "The Man Without __": 1993 film ~ AFACE
D43. "The Man Without __": 1993 film ~ AFACE
D44. Polar crew ~ ELVES
D44. Polar crew ~ ELVES
D45. Brings up ~ REARS
D45. Brings up ~ REARS
D48. It may be a token ~ FARE
D48. It may be a token ~ FARE
D49. Pizazz ~ ELAN
D49. Pizazz ~ ELAN
D50. "Let __, Lover!": '50s hit ~ MEGO
D50. "Let __, Lover!": '50s hit ~ MEGO
D54. Lawyers' org. ~ ABA
D54. Lawyers' org. ~ ABA
D55. Ring boss ~ REF
D55. Ring boss ~ REF
D56. CPU attachment ~ CRT
D56. CPU attachment ~ CRT

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