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  • Title: New York Times, Friday, December 1, 2000
  • Author: Bob Klahn
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: New York Times, Friday, August 22, 2008
  • Author: Kevin G. Der
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: March 4, 2012 - "Sunday Challenge"
  • Author: By Martin Ashwood-Smith
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A1. Something for one to do ~ SOLOPERFORMANCE
A1. It has 33 letters ~ RUSSIANLANGUAGE
A1. Spectacle ~ GALAPERFORMANCE
A16. "The Guns of Navarone" novelist ~ ALISTAIRMACLEAN
A16. All-Star Game, e.g. ~ INTERLEAGUEPLAY
A16. "Seawitch" novelist ~ ALISTAIRMACLEAN
A17. Purchase of 1625 ~ MANHATTANISLAND
A17. Optionally ~ ASANALTERNATIVE
A17. Purchase of 1626 ~ MANHATTANISLAND
A18. Popular one-named singer ~ ENYA
A18. High seats ~ THRONES
A18. Egg carton letters ~ USDA
A19. Not on the margin ~ SETIN
A19. "Lucia di Lammermoor" lord and namesakes ~ ENRICOS
A19. Attended informally ~ SATIN
A20. Kitchen extension? ~ ETTE
A20. Oscar nominee for "My Man Godfrey" ~ AUER
A20. "___ longer matters" ~ ITNO
A21. Coach ~ BUS
A21. Storms ~ RAGES
A21. Obsolete rulers ~ TSARS
A22. Request from mom ~ BEGOOD
A23. Field with bases ~ MATH
A23. When pigs fly ~ NEVER
A24. Lonely place, supposedly ~ THETOP
A24. Wandered from the direct course ~ STRAGGLED
A24. "The ___ Game" (Doris Day movie of 1957) ~ PAJAMA
A28. Pitch ~ SLOPE
A26. Actress Berger ~ SENTA
A29. Secret targets? ~ ODORS
A30. Kind of feedback ~ AUDIO
A27. Skid's cause, maybe ~ SLEET
A30. Here, in Havana ~ ACA
A31. Mulls (over) ~ CHEWS
A28. Protected by law ~ VESTED
A33. "Impossible!" ~ NOCANDO
A32. Cadge ~ BUM
A29. Four-year sch. of higher learning in Providence ~ RIC
A35. Coin stamper ~ DIE
A35. Cherried dessert ~ BLACKFORESTCAKE
A32. Condomless vis-à-vis protected ~ UNSAFER
A36. Picnic discard ~ COB
A38. Penrod's pal, in "Penrod" ~ SAM
A34. Tacoma-to-Walla Walla dir. ~ ESE
A37. Had a few courses ~ FEASTED
A39. "Mad Max" extra ~ BIKER
A35. Shows one's feelings ~ EMOTES
A38. Plunk opener ~ KER
A40. Kind of chair ~ EAMES
A37. Rio ___, multinational coal-mining giant ~ TINTO
A39. ___ in queen ~ QAS
A41. Fretted ~ CARED
A39. ___ Verdes Estates, Calif. ~ PALOS
A40. King Cole, for one ~ OLDSOUL
A42. College in George Fitch stories ~ SIWASH
A40. Chaotic place ~ MARESNEST
A41. Fathead ~ ASS
A43. Tugboat's fee, e.g. ~ TOWAGE
A44. Classic 1974 role for Marty Feldman ~ IGOR
A42. Gastric woe ~ ULCER
A46. Keep out ~ BAN
A45. Middle: Prefix ~ CENTR
A44. Picked up on ~ SENSED
A47. River crossed by Allied forces in February 1945 ~ RUHR
A46. Inner opening? ~ ENTO
A46. Objector's words ~ IMIND
A48. Okay ~ LEGIT
A47. Gun, to Guillermo ~ PISTOLA
A47. Renders replete ~ SATES
A51. Hack ~ CHOP
A49. Ham, e.g. ~ RADIOER
A51. Coll. near Brown ~ RISD
A55. 1959 Dion and the Belmonts hit ~ ATEENAGERINLOVE
A51. Pro at protection ~ INSURANCEBROKER
A52. Former talk show host Gibbons ~ LEEZA
A58. Private coach ~ PERSONALTRAINER
A53. Health form field ~ NEARESTRELATIVE
A57. Metric mass ~ KILO
A59. Continued arguing ~ PRESSEDTHEPOINT
A54. "An Inconvenient Truth" topic ~ GREENHOUSEGASES
A58. Protection pro ~ INSURANCEBROKER
D1. Restaurant order, maybe, with "the" ~ SAME
D1. Neck ties? ~ RIATAS
A61. Brother, perhaps ~ NEARESTRELATIVE
D2. Oscar role for Luise Rainer, 1937 ~ OLAN
D2. Open ~ UNSHUT
A62. "An Inconvenient Truth" topic ~ GREENHOUSEGASES
D3. Ruled ~ LINY
D3. Burlesque-goer, typically ~ STARER
D1. Full range ~ GAMUT
D4. Govt. regulators ~ OSHA
D4. Mantilla wearers ~ SENORAS
D2. "Amo, amas, I love ___" ~ ALASS
D5. Mom-and-pop org. ~ PTA
D5. Setting of the 2007 animated film "Persepolis" ~ IRAN
D3. "Sesame Street" librarian ~ LINDA
D6. Relishes ~ EATSUP
D6. They might make you tear up ~ ALLERGENS
D4. B-flat equivalent ~ ASHARP
D7. They're custom-made ~ RITES
D7. Store figure ~ NETSALES
D5. Classy org.? ~ PTA
D8. School house ~ FRAT
D8. New Guinea port ~ LAE
D6. Takes in ~ EATS
D9. It means everything ~ OMNI
D9. "You're absolutely right" ~ AGREED
D7. Dove of poetry ~ RITA
D10. Some people chase them ~ RAINBOWS
D10. Ex-senator Sam of Georgia and others ~ NUNNS
D8. Place for pledges ~ FRAT
D11. Hosts ~ MCS
D11. Duds ~ GEAR
D9. Discontinued Dodge ~ OMNI
D12. Claim ~ ALLEGE
D12. When computers are working ~ UPTIMES
D10. Cause of some delays ~ RAIN
D13. Peachy ~ NEATO
D13. Spanish city and province on the Mediterranean ~ ALICANTE
D11. Party VIPs ~ MCS
D14. "The Faerie Queene" division ~ CANTO
D14. Baroque dances ~ GAVOTTES
D12. Kindred ~ ALLIED
D15. Broke off ~ ENDED
D15. Freebie on some airplane flights ~ EYESHADE
D13. Shot at the bar, maybe ~ NEATVODKA
D21. It may keep readers hanging ~ BOOKBAG
D22. Lie in the sun ~ GETATAN
D14. Sardine-packing plants, e.g. ~ CANNERIES
D23. "Casablanca" screenwriter Julius ~ EPSTEIN
D25. Sticks ~ GLUES
D15. Check signers ~ ENDORSERS
D24. Notebook features ~ TABS
D26. Some Rockefeller Center murals ~ SERTS
D22. Redd's Fred ~ SANFORD
D25. Hippy entertainment ~ HULA
D28. Time-honored ~ VENERABLE
D23. Pasta ~ NOODLES
D26. Cracker topper ~ EDAM
D29. Plumber's job, maybe ~ REPIPING
D25. Book after Hosea ~ JOEL
D27. Jerk ~ TIC
D30. Idea person ~ IMAGINER
D26. Mil. institutes ~ ACADS
D28. Bit ~ SHRED
D31. Ancient city to which Paul wrote an Epistle ~ COLOSSAE
D27. Pool ploy ~ MASSE
D29. Goggle (at) ~ LEER
D33. Angels are sometimes seen over them ~ FIRTREES
D28. Composer Bruckner ~ ANTON
D31. Metallurgy fuel ~ COKE
D36. "Love is reciprocal ___": Marcel Proust ~ TORTURE
D30. Developing, as a skill ~ ACQUIRING
D32. Southeastern Conf. team ~ BAMA
D38. At all ~ ONEIOTA
D31. Pit worker ~ COALMINER
D33. They're played at a 25-Down ~ UKES
D40. Treating badly ~ MEANTO
D32. Some Cartesian coordinates ~ ABSCISSAE
D34. Screen ~ MESH
D41. Japanese mushrooms ~ ENOKIS
D34. ___ ex machina ~ DEUS
D36. No-parking zone ~ FIRELANE
D42. Pack in a ship's hold ~ STEEVE
D43. Have staying power ~ ENDURE
D37. Harsh cry ~ CAW
D43. Baseball's Joe and others ~ TORRES
D45. Discontinued Dodge pickup ~ DAKOTA
D41. Pet ~ CARESS
D45. Battle ~ CLASH
D48. Polynesian carvings ~ TIKIS
D42. Molière metier ~ SATIRE
D48. ___ Ishii, character in "Kill Bill" ~ OREN
D49. École attendee ~ ELEVE
D43. "The Sound of Music" name ~ TRAPP
D50. Men might dress in this ~ DRAG
D50. Sensitive spots ~ SORES
D44. Kind of space ~ OUTER
D52. High-quality vineyard ~ CRU
D52. Eye liner? ~ LASH
D45. Spot check? ~ WHERE
D53. Within (prefix) ~ ENTO
D46. Special delivery ~ BIRTH
D54. Sandy shade ~ ECRU
D49. Major Hoople's holler ~ EGAD
D55. They're caught while sleeping ~ ZEES
D50. Spondulix ~ GELT
D56. Sure-handed ~ ABLE
D51. History Muse ~ CLIO
D59. Bug-eyed toon ~ REN
D52. ___ soit qui mal y pense ~ HONI
D60. Molotov cocktail "fuse" ~ RAG
D53. It's hot in here ~ OVEN
D54. Forward ~ PERT
D56. Rebuffs ~ NOS
D57. Day break ~ NAP

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