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  • Title: March 11, 2001 - "Sunday Challenge"
  • Author: By Bob Klahn
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A1. Deli offering ~ PASTASALAD
A1. He sang with the Pharaohs ~ SAMTHESHAM
A11. Deep draft ~ SWIG
A11. Work like a beaver ~ GNAW
A15. Emulate Erte ~ ILLUSTRATE
A15. Top of Hawaii ~ ALOHASHIRT
A16. Shade of blue ~ TEAL
A16. Jabba's Twi'lek dancing girl ~ OOLA
A17. Stay of execution, e.g. ~ COURTORDER
A17. 1980 J. Geils Band hit ~ LOVESTINKS
A18. Storm ~ RAGE
A18. In British lingo, it's stingo ~ BEER
A19. It's bound at the top ~ STENOPAD
A19. Dutch barge dog ~ KEESHOND
A20. Man with a bright idea? ~ EDISON
A20. British astronomer who predicted a 1758 return ~ HALLEY
A22. Mother of all battles, to Ajax ~ ERIS
A22. Lift one's spirits? ~ TOPE
A23. Allay by satisfying ~ SLAKE
A23. Nuts-and-bolts ~ BASIC
A24. Baby's meal ~ DINDIN
A24. Riddled ~ POROUS
A27. A "Soldier Boy" singer ~ SHIRELLE
A27. It might be signed with tic-tac-toe symbols ~ MASHNOTE
A30. 1980 Tony winner ~ EVITA
A30. Go all out ~ EXERT
A31. Quiet companion ~ PEACE
A31. Wheyfaced ~ PASTY
A32. Wheaton of "Stand By Me" ~ WIL
A32. Droll one ~ WAG
A33. It's frowned upon ~ NONO
A33. Best one ~ PICK
A34. Superior power ~ MIGHT
A34. Crosswords in the 1920s, e.g. ~ MANIA
A35. Arial, e.g. ~ FONT
A35. Menacing canine ~ FANG
A36. Spleen ~ IRE
A36. Asparagus-like sushi veggie ~ UDO
A37. "Dangerous When Wet" star ~ LAMAS
A37. Afterlife explorer of poetry ~ DANTE
A38. One of the Florida Keys ~ LARGO
A38. Key for Bogart and Bacall ~ LARGO
A39. Like Daedalus and Icarus ~ MYTHICAL
A39. It's a bet ~ PERFECTA
A41. Sold out, in a way ~ TOLDON
A41. Got into trouble, perhaps ~ TOLDON
A42. Informal agreements ~ YEAHS
A42. Kent or York ~ DUCHY
A43. Pedal pushers? ~ TOES
A43. They may be counted upon to complete a score ~ TOES
A44. Paris address ~ MONAMI
A44. Stand-up on the water ~ JETSKI
A46. Pen ~ HOOSEGOW
A46. Can ~ HOOSEGOW
A50. Augustan Age poet ~ OVID
A50. The way it stands ~ ASIS
A51. "The Monkey's Paw," e.g. ~ SHORTSTORY
A51. "Bernice Bobs Her Hair," e.g. ~ SHORTSTORY
A53. D-Day beach ~ JUNO
A53. Biker chick ~ MAMA
A54. Measure of fitness ~ MUSCLETONE
A54. It helps maintain posture ~ MUSCLETONE
A55. Straw in the wind ~ OMEN
A55. Plum pudding ingredient ~ SUET
A56. Close to defeat ~ ONTHEROPES
A56. Up against it ~ ONTHEROPES
D1. "Variety" subjects ~ PICS
D1. Microbiologist with a Congressional Gold Medal ~ SALK
D2. Big time ~ ALOT
D2. "The potted physician" ~ ALOE
D3. Pivot ~ SLUE
D3. Get up and go ~ MOVE
D4. Sought assistance from ~ TURNEDTO
D4. Baby carrier? ~ THESTORK
D5. Oregon trading post ~ ASTORIA
D5. Negotiate ~ HASHOUT
D6. Visit briefly ~ STOPIN
D6. Ends at the bar ~ ESTOPS
D7. Hiding place for Polonius ~ ARRAS
D7. Buff ~ SHINE
D8. "The Blue Dahlia" star Alan ~ LADD
D8. Buck's partner ~ HIND
D9. Got fed up? ~ ATE
D9. Asylum with a double standard ~ ARK
D10. Skid Row bum ~ DERELICT
D10. View from Weed, CA ~ MTSHASTA
D11. One third of a turkey ~ STRIKE
D11. Creepy creature ~ GOBLIN
D12. Perhaps, perhaps ~ WEASELWORD
D12. "Present Indicative" autobiographer ~ NOELCOWARD
D13. He framed Cassio and Desdemona ~ IAGO
D13. Guarded at sea ~ ALEE
D14. Secluded spot ~ GLEN
D14. Guarded ~ WARY
D21. Press one's luck ~ DARE
D21. Quite white ~ ASHY
D23. Persian pooh bahs ~ SHAHS
D23. "Jive at Five" composer/performer ~ BASIE
D24. Blue material ~ DENIM
D24. Animate ~ PEPUP
D25. Scrimshaw medium ~ IVORY
D25. Laughing gas, for one ~ OXIDE
D26. Wayne Gretzky's number ~ NINETYNINE
D26. Guinness Book entry ~ RECORDTIME
D27. "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" actor ~ SEGAL
D27. Devil in the sea ~ MANTA
D28. Computerese, e.g. ~ LINGO
D28. "Assassination ___" (2002 Robert Duvall movie) ~ TANGO
D29. John of "Tommy" ~ ELTON
D29. Spur ~ EGGON
D31. Arizona Indians ~ PIMAS
D31. Raid leader? ~ PANTY
D34. Exaggerated sense of power ~ MACHISMO
D34. Exaggerated sense of power ~ MACHISMO
D35. Yodeler's range ~ FALSETTO
D35. High part ~ FALSETTO
D37. Jodie's "Nell" costar ~ LIAM
D37. Floor ~ DECK
D38. "Luck Be a Lady" songwriter Frank ~ LOESSER
D38. "Luck Be a Lady" songwriter Frank ~ LOESSER
D40. One way to tackle a problem ~ HEADON
D40. Castigate, colloquially ~ FUSSAT
D41. Play the piccolo ~ TOOTLE
D41. Mosey (along) ~ TOOTLE
D43. Dime depiction ~ TORCH
D43. Lighting specialist? ~ TORCH
D44. Voodoo spell ~ MOJO
D44. Grateful Dead performances, often ~ JAMS
D45. Eventual avis ~ OVUM
D45. "My Brother ___" (Grateful Dead hit) ~ ESAU
D46. Multitude ~ HOST
D46. Have an affair? ~ HOST
D47. Yucky stuff ~ GOOP
D47. Yucky stuff ~ GOOP
D48. D-Day river ~ ORNE
D48. D-Day river ~ ORNE
D49. Forks in the road ~ WYES
D49. Yucky couple? ~ WYES
D52. Barbarian ~ HUN
D52. Vandal ~ HUN

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