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  • Title: LA Times, Fri, Dec 18, 2009
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A1. News ~ TIDINGS
A1. News ~ TIDINGS
A8. Lumberyard tools ~ RIPSAWS
A8. Lumberyard tools ~ RIPSAWS
A15. From 1988 to 1999, a record 856 consecutive games were played in Dodger Stadium without one ~ RAINOUT
A15. From 1988 to 1999, a record 856 consecutive games were played in Dodger Stadium without one ~ RAINOUT
A16. Slightly ~ AWEEBIT
A16. Slightly ~ AWEEBIT
A17. Battlefield success strategy? ~ INFANTRYFORMULA
A17. Battlefield success strategy? ~ INFANTRYFORMULA
A19. Big name in calculators ~ CASIO
A19. Big name in calculators ~ CASIO
A20. In an apt way ~ FITLY
A20. In an apt way ~ FITLY
A21. Church pool table features? ~ VESTRYPOCKETS
A21. Church pool table features? ~ VESTRYPOCKETS
A26. Absorb a loss, slangily ~ EATIT
A26. Absorb a loss, slangily ~ EATIT
A27. Time co-founder ~ LUCE
A27. Time co-founder ~ LUCE
A28. Minute Maid Park baseballer, locally ~ STRO
A28. Minute Maid Park baseballer, locally ~ STRO
A29. "What a looong day!" ~ IMBEAT
A29. "What a looong day!" ~ IMBEAT
A32. Store proprietor on "The Simpsons" ~ APU
A32. Store proprietor on "The Simpsons" ~ APU
A35. Downside of grits and chicken-fried steak? ~ COUNTRYCALORIES
A35. Downside of grits and chicken-fried steak? ~ COUNTRYCALORIES
A38. Mich. neighbor ~ ONT
A38. Mich. neighbor ~ ONT
A39. State capital near the Big Belt Mountains ~ HELENA
A39. State capital near the Big Belt Mountains ~ HELENA
A40. Cross inscription ~ INRI
A40. Cross inscription ~ INRI
A41. Its county seat is Grand Junction, Colorado ~ MESA
A41. Its county seat is Grand Junction, Colorado ~ MESA
A42. Composer Bruckner ~ ANTON
A42. Composer Bruckner ~ ANTON
A43. Armed guard? ~ SENTRYPACKING
A43. Armed guard? ~ SENTRYPACKING
A47. Offer one's two cents ~ OPINE
A47. Offer one's two cents ~ OPINE
A49. "It's nobody __ business!" ~ ELSES
A49. "It's nobody __ business!" ~ ELSES
A50. Customs of dessert chefs? ~ PASTRYPRACTICES
A50. Customs of dessert chefs? ~ PASTRYPRACTICES
A56. At risk of being lost in a hard drive failure ~ UNSAVED
A56. At risk of being lost in a hard drive failure ~ UNSAVED
A57. Yes-men ~ TOADIES
A57. Yes-men ~ TOADIES
A58. Medical probes ~ STYLETS
A58. Medical probes ~ STYLETS
A59. That much or more ~ ATLEAST
A59. That much or more ~ ATLEAST
D1. Numerical prefix ~ TRI
D1. Numerical prefix ~ TRI
D2. "At Seventeen" singer Janis ~ IAN
D2. "At Seventeen" singer Janis ~ IAN
D3. "What's the __?" ~ DIF
D3. "What's the __?" ~ DIF
D4. Dormancy ~ INACTION
D4. Dormancy ~ INACTION
D5. Dada, to many of its critics ~ NONART
D5. Dada, to many of its critics ~ NONART
D6. Brave ~ GUTSY
D6. Brave ~ GUTSY
D7. Steakhouse order ~ STRIP
D7. Steakhouse order ~ STRIP
D8. Battle of Britain gp. ~ RAF
D8. Battle of Britain gp. ~ RAF
D9. Target of WWII's Operation Detachment, familiarly ~ IWO
D9. Target of WWII's Operation Detachment, familiarly ~ IWO
D10. Tapered cigar ~ PERFECTO
D10. Tapered cigar ~ PERFECTO
D11. Arab, e.g. ~ SEMITE
D11. Arab, e.g. ~ SEMITE
D12. Borders ~ ABUTS
D12. Borders ~ ABUTS
D13. Source of heir cuts? ~ WILL
D13. Source of heir cuts? ~ WILL
D14. Canine command ~ STAY
D14. Canine command ~ STAY
D18. "__-hoo!" ~ YOO
D18. "__-hoo!" ~ YOO
D21. 1970s fugitive financier Robert ~ VESCO
D21. 1970s fugitive financier Robert ~ VESCO
D22. Use, as china ~ EATON
D22. Use, as china ~ EATON
D23. Swaggering gait ~ STRUT
D23. Swaggering gait ~ STRUT
D24. Like a smooth getaway ~ CLEAN
D24. Like a smooth getaway ~ CLEAN
D25. __ Lumpur, Malaysia ~ KUALA
D25. __ Lumpur, Malaysia ~ KUALA
D29. "__ my case" ~ IREST
D29. "__ my case" ~ IREST
D30. Polyester film trademark ~ MYLAR
D30. Polyester film trademark ~ MYLAR
D31. Pre-A.D. ~ BCE
D31. Pre-A.D. ~ BCE
D32. "__ a stinker?": Bugs Bunny line ~ AINTI
D32. "__ a stinker?": Bugs Bunny line ~ AINTI
D33. "Evita" subject ~ PERON
D33. "Evita" subject ~ PERON
D34. Taking advantage of ~ USING
D34. Taking advantage of ~ USING
D36. "How dare they!" ~ THENERVE
D36. "How dare they!" ~ THENERVE
D37. Like premium hockey seats ~ RINKSIDE
D37. Like premium hockey seats ~ RINKSIDE
D41. Like unwritten notes ~ MENTAL
D41. Like unwritten notes ~ MENTAL
D42. Alcohol-based compound used in cosmetics ~ ACETAL
D42. Alcohol-based compound used in cosmetics ~ ACETAL
D43. Coward ~ SISSY
D43. Coward ~ SISSY
D44. Suffix with law ~ YER
D44. Suffix with law ~ YER
D45. Oro y __: Montana's motto ~ PLATA
D45. Oro y __: Montana's motto ~ PLATA
D46. Fancy scarf ~ ASCOT
D46. Fancy scarf ~ ASCOT
D47. Catalogued work ~ OPUS
D47. Catalogued work ~ OPUS
D48. Sound after a sprint ~ PANT
D48. Sound after a sprint ~ PANT
D51. So far ~ YET
D51. So far ~ YET
D52. Law and order gps. ~ PDS
D52. Law and order gps. ~ PDS
D53. Covert fed. group ~ CIA
D53. Covert fed. group ~ CIA
D54. Some Caltech grads ~ EES
D54. Some Caltech grads ~ EES
D55. Old Atl. crosser ~ SST
D55. Old Atl. crosser ~ SST

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