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  • Title: "YOU'RE PULLING MY LEG!" (AUGUST 20, 2003)
  • Author: By Mark Milhet
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  • Title: Tuesday, September 13, 2005
  • Author: Bruce Venzke and Stella Daily / Rich Norris
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A1. Building toy ~ LEGO
A1. Emphatic yes, in the Yucatán ~ SISI
A5. Get the ball rolling ~ START
A5. Fill and then some ~ SATE
A10. RPM dial ~ TACH
A9. Spy novelist John Le __ ~ CARRE
A14. NYSE counterpart ~ AMEX
A14. Astronaut Shepard ~ ALAN
A15. Kind of eclipse ~ LUNAR
A15. Bridge master Sharif ~ OMAR
A16. Not a pretty fruit? ~ UGLI
A16. Expression that doesn't translate literally ~ IDIOM
A17. Hollywood crosser ~ VINE
A17. Diamonds, e.g. ~ GEMS
A18. Port of old Rome ~ OSTIA
A18. Crazy as a loon ~ LOCO
A19. Crowd noise ~ ROAR
A19. Fang output ~ VENOM
A20. "You're pulling my leg!" ~ AREYOUKIDDINGME
A20. "Yeah, right!" ~ AREYOUKIDDINGME
A23. List-ending abbr. ~ ETC
A23. "Wayne's World" denial ~ NOT
A24. Capitol Hill VIP ~ SEN
A24. Marsh duck ~ TEAL
A25. Bell, Barker, Joad, etc. ~ MAS
A25. Retired sonic boom producer ~ SST
A28. Lighter-air connection ~ THAN
A26. Blessed with ESP ~ PSYCHIC
A31. Subject of some tests ~ STRESS
A30. Loud racket ~ DIN
A36. "Diana" singer ~ ANKA
A32. Part of a GI's address ~ APO
A38. Notable periods ~ ERAS
A33. Celestial spheres ~ ORBS
A40. Wheel spokes ~ RADII
A36. Allstate competitor ~ AETNA
A41. "You're pulling my leg!" ~ YOUMUSTBEJOKING
A40. "Yeah, right!" ~ YOUCANTMEANTHAT
A44. Improvise ~ ADLIB
A44. Handbag part ~ STRAP
A45. Ticked off ~ SORE
A45. Did the backstroke ~ SWAM
A46. Inscribe with acid ~ ETCH
A46. Popular family card game ~ UNO
A47. Hardly ever ~ SELDOM
A47. Dash abbr. ~ RPM
A49. Toga party supply ~ BEER
A49. Put on sneakers, say ~ LACEDUP
A51. Film location ~ SET
A52. Corker ~ PIP
A52. Cabin component ~ LOG
A55. Ages and ages ~ EONS
A54. Weight room unit ~ REP
A58. Dodge model ~ RAM
A56. "You're pulling my leg!" ~ IDONTBELIEVEYOU
A59. "Yeah, right!" ~ IDONTBELIEVEYOU
A65. Party pooper ~ BORE
A65. Sulu portrayer on "Star Trek" ~ TAKEI
A66. "Try ___ see!" ~ ITAND
A66. A deadly sin ~ LUST
A67. Pack of pennies ~ ROLL
A67. Paying full attention ~ RAPT
A68. Monthly occurrence ~ IDES
A68. Treasure container ~ CHEST
A69. Verdi's "___ Miller" ~ LUISA
A69. Future atty.'s hurdle ~ LSAT
A70. Printer's primary color ~ CYAN
A70. Merriment ~ GLEE
A71. Sweep's target ~ SOOT
A71. Black Beauty, e.g. ~ HORSE
A72. Disney World attraction ~ EPCOT
A72. "Get outta here!" ~ SHOO
A73. Georgetown player ~ HOYA
A73. Slippery fish ~ EELS
D1. Gas-grill rock ~ LAVA
D1. The "Iliad" or The "Odyssey" ~ SAGA
D2. Mideast bigwig ~ EMIR
D2. Robert of "The Sopranos" ~ ILER
D3. Characteristic carrier ~ GENE
D3. Identical ~ SAME
D4. Certain daisy ~ OXEYE
D4. Well-harmonized ~ INSYNC
D5. Is in a slump? ~ SLOUCHES
D5. Problem fixer ~ SOLUTION
D6. Elongated tooth ~ TUSK
D6. One way to run ~ AMOK
D7. Apt to say nay ~ ANTI
D7. Unspoken ~ TACIT
D8. Bookies' nightmares ~ RAIDS
D8. Wear down, as confidence ~ ERODE
D9. Lines of work ~ TRADES
D9. One not in uniform ~ CIVILIAN
D10. Rotate ~ TURN
D10. Yemen's main port ~ ADEN
D11. Slack-jawed ~ AGOG
D11. Wedding exchanges ~ RINGS
D12. Nontalkative one ~ CLAM
D12. Hotelier's offerings ~ ROOMS
D13. What this gun's for? ~ HIRE
D13. 18th-century Irish patriot Robert __ ~ EMMET
D21. Polo Grounds legend ~ OTT
D21. "Look at that!" ~ OOH
D22. Opening ~ INTRO
D22. June honoree ~ DAD
D25. Yucatán peoples ~ MAYAS
D26. Remits ~ PAYS
D26. Terminal type ~ ANODE
D27. Dick and Jane's dog ~ SPOT
D27. Jolly Roger depiction ~ SKULL
D28. "It's __ move" ~ YOUR
D29. Sciences partner ~ ARTS
D29. PC screens ~ CRTS
D30. Tycoon, for one ~ NABOB
D31. Take-home ~ NET
D32. Roué ~ RAKE
D34. Z3 automaker ~ BMW
D33. Makes a long story short? ~ EDITS
D35. One-named "Kiss from a Rose" singer ~ SEAL
D34. Inasmuch as ~ SINCE
D37. Sound of a flop ~ THUD
D35. Word with eye or hind ~ SIGHT
D38. Half of Mork's sign-off ~ NANU
D37. Within ~ AMID
D39. Resting on ~ ATOP
D39. Dried-up ~ SERE
D41. Roller coaster unit ~ CAR
D42. Letter-shaped fastener ~ UBOLT
D42. Desire for food ~ APPETITE
D43. Made fun of ~ JEEREDAT
D43. Almond-flavored cordial ~ AMARETTO
D48. Roving ~ MOBILE
D48. Tear gas target, perhaps ~ MOB
D50. Gun in a car? ~ REV
D50. Cleveland cager, for short ~ CAV
D53. Go's mate ~ GETUP
D51. Come into view ~ EMERGE
D55. Freshwater food fish ~ PERCH
D52. Throw from the mound ~ PITCH
D56. Hieroglyphics bird ~ IBIS
D53. Where the Snake flows ~ IDAHO
D57. Featherbrain ~ DODO
D54. Texas Hold'em, for one ~ POKER
D58. Nabisco treat ~ OREO
D56. "Gimme a Break" star Carter et al. ~ NELLS
D59. It may be feathered ~ NEST
D57. Melting snow ~ SLUSH
D60. Not of the clergy ~ LAIC
D60. Capone's nemesis ~ NESS
D61. Preceder of many words? ~ INSO
D61. Golfer Aoki ~ ISAO
D62. Show wild instability ~ YOYO
D62. Where Bill met Hillary ~ YALE
D63. Oil of ___ ~ OLAY
D63. Kadett automaker ~ OPEL
D64. Inner arm bone ~ ULNA
D64. Colorado natives ~ UTES

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