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  • Title: LA Times of June 26, 1997
  • Author: Thomas W. Syndicate/Trude Michel Jaffe
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  • Title: Fashion Statement, 10/5/05 (Wednesday)
  • Author: by Larry Paul / Edited by Peter Gordon (puzzleeditor@nysun.com)
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  • Title: LA Times, Thu, Feb 19, 2009
  • Author: Bruce Venzke and Stella Daily / Ed. Rich Norris
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A1. Airline to Stockholm ~ SAS
A1. Throw out, with "of" ~ DISPOSE
A1. Delivery course? ~ LAMAZE
A4. Hair splitter? ~ PART
A8. Time pieces? ~ MOMENTS
A7. Health club workout ~ LAPS
A8. Jeopardy ~ PERIL
A15. Sticks ~ ADHERES
A11. Simile words ~ ASA
A13. Fast food initials ~ KFC
A16. Algonquian language ~ ARAPAHO
A14. Observes Yom Kippur ~ ATONES
A14. Courtman Agassi ~ ANDRE
A17. Start of a Dolly Parton quote ~ YOUDBESURPRISED
A15. Ill-fated ~ ACCURSED
A16. Ecole-ite? ~ ELEVE
A19. Intent ~ AIM
A17. Start of a quote ~ YOUDBESURPRISED
A17. Start of quote by 54 Across ~ YOUDBESURPRISED
A20. Federal agcy. that conducts medical research ~ NIH
A19. Bit of asparagus ~ SPEAR
A20. Programming language ~ COBOL
A21. Axes ~ CANS
A20. Versatile wheels ~ UTES
A21. Winter vehicle ~ SNOCAT
A22. Light, or lightheaded ~ FAINT
A21. Follow ~ TAIL
A22. Los___ ~ ALAMOS
A25. It might be served au poivre ~ STEAK
A22. Respected server ~ ACER
A24. Composer-entertainer John___ ~ TESH
A27. "___ Life Strange" (Moody Blues hit) ~ ISNT
A24. Salon or Slate ~ EZINE
A25. Heroine of "The Piano" ~ ADA
A28. Pacific bream eaten as a delicacy ~ TAI
A25. Unwelcome end, with "the" ~ KIBOSH
A28. Bk.'s beginning ~ MSS
A29. Lower ~ NETHER
A29. Sticky stuff ~ EPOXY
A29. Detective Duplin creator ~ POE
A34. Federal Acquisition Service org. ~ GSA
A32. "Wait, I know!" ~ OHOH
A31. 0beyed a sentry ~ HALTED
A35. Some side dishes ~ RICES
A33. Accumulate, as interest ~ ACCRUE
A33. Flavors ~ SPICES
A37. String used for baling ~ TWINE
A35. Bucky Katt or Satchel Pooch, to Rob Wilco ~ PET
A36. Very much ~ NOEND
A38. Part 2 of the quote ~ HOWMUCH
A38. Quote, part 2 ~ HOWMUCH
A37. More of quote ~ HOWMUCH
A40. Part 3 of the quote ~ ITCOSTS
A40. Quote, part 3 ~ ITCOSTS
A40. More of quote ~ ITCOSTS
A42. Follow ~ TRAIL
A42. CD predecessors ~ LPS
A42. Stat for 14 Across ~ ERROR
A43. Singer Vaughan ~ SARAH
A43. Louise's cohort ~ THELMA
A43. Entraps ~ SNARES
A45. ___ Miguel (one of the Azores) ~ SAO
A45. Movie clue sniffer ~ ASTA
A45. Light browns ~ BEIGES
A46. Does, as dos ~ STYLES
A46. Related on mom's side ~ ENATE
A47. Actress Dolenz ~ AMI
A48. "Jurassic Park" girl ~ LEX
A47. Go-__ ~ GETTER
A48. Gore and Hirt ~ ALS
A49. Hide ~ VEIL
A49. Touch up one's roots, say ~ REDYE
A51. Golfer Ernie ~ ELS
A50. Mature ~ RIPEN
A52. Climber's goal ~ APEX
A52. Subject for Vidal ~ BURR
A52. Seating request ~ AISLE
A54. English horn relative ~ OBOE
A54. Author of quote ~ PARTON
A53. Nonstriker ~ SCAB
A55. __ buco ~ OSSO
A57. Fatty substance ~ TALLOW
A57. R&R activity ~ NAP
A57. "I didn't __ be here" ~ ASKTO
A59. Immature insect ~ LARVA
A58. One found in a zebra crossing, maybe ~ ASS
A62. End of the quote ~ TOLOOKTHISCHEAP
A60. End of quote ~ TOLOOKTHISCHEAP
A59. End of the quote ~ TOLOOKTHISCHEAP
A65. Not entirely wrong ~ HALFTRUE
A64. ___trump: bridge bid ~ ONENO
A65. All three red properties in Monopoly ~ AVENUES
A66. Now ~ ATONCE
A65. "Little Iodine" cartoonist ~ HATLO
A66. Week-old baby, e.g. ~ NEONATE
A67. Porcine pen ~ STY
A66. Italian dramatist ___Betti ~ UGO
A67. Part of a spaceflight ~ REENTRY
A68. Police may keep them on suspects ~ TABS
A67. Paired (off) ~ MATED
A68. Ill-___ (spiteful) ~ NATURED
A69. See 51-Down ~ PARTON
A68. Bird on a Canadian coin ~ LOON
D1. Light time ~ DAY
D1. Sets (down) ~ LAYS
A69. D.C. V.I.P. ~ SEN
D2. '99 98° hit ~ IDO
D2. Sitting on ~ ATOP
D1. Eye in the air ~ SKYCAM
D3. Mu ___ pork ~ SHU
D3. Pout ~ MOUE
D2. On___errand ~ AFOOLS
D4. Petty point maker ~ PEDANT
D4. Forever __ day ~ ANDA
D3. Underwater breathing devices ~ SCUBAS
D5. Comet's path ~ ORBIT
D5. Striped equines ~ ZEBRAS
D4. Paloma's pop ~ PABLO
D6. Feel ~ SEEM
D6. Journal ending? ~ ESE
D5. Request of Vanna ~ ANE
D7. It makes lush slush ~ ESS
D7. "At the Moulin Rouge" artist Toulouse-__ ~ LAUTREC
D6. Rural sts. ~ RDS
D8. Donny's singing partner ~ MARIE
D8. Good-sized lot ~ ACRE
D7. Corporate watchdog ~ TRUSTEE
D9. Jane Eyre, e.g. ~ ORPHAN
D9. HMO doctor designations ~ PCPS
D8. Maybe, of old ~ PERCHANCE
D10. Flaw ~ MAR
D10. Charge prefix ~ SUR
D9. "Dream Children" essayist ~ ELIA
D11. Long poem, perhaps ~ EPIC
D11. Very, in scores ~ ASSAI
D10. Declares again ~ RESTATES
D12. Skylab org. ~ NASA
D12. Usher past the threshold ~ SEEIN
D11. Secret add-on ~ IVE
D13. Partner of there ~ THEN
D13. Confuse ~ ADDLE
D12. Went first ~ LED
D14. Fixes a fairway, perhaps ~ SODS
D16. Sumptuous ~ RITZY
D15. Swooper by the sea ~ ERNE
D18. Release from bondage ~ UNTIE
D18. Good name for a lawyer? ~ SUE
D18. Actor DeLuise ~ DOM
D22. Scraps ~ FIGHTS
D23. Cuban dance ~ CHACHA
D19. Luxurious ~ POSH
D23. Classify ~ ASSORT
D24. Board meeting VIP ~ EXEC
D23. ___and-span: Var. ~ SPIC
D24. To some extent ~ INAWAY
D25. Helmut of Germany ~ KOHL
D26. Parking lot memento ~ DENT
D25. Tay-___ disease ~ SACHS
D26. Place to get stacks ~ IHOP
D27. Postfixes ~ ADDS
D26. Fore-and-after vessel ~ KETCH
D27. Acknowledges applause ~ BOWS
D30. Name in journalism ~ OCHS
D28. Idiosyncrasy ~ TIC
D28. Electrical unit ~ OHM
D32. "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" author ~ LOOS
D30. ATM's ABC ~ TWO
D30. Stuffy ~ PRIM
D33. Weather word ~ SMOG
D31. Sounds from racers ~ HISSES
D31. Cause of a flashing alarm clock, perhaps ~ OUTAGE
D34. Virus-free serum ~ PUREBLOOD
D32. Require ~ ENTAIL
D34. David's longtime partner ~ CHET
D35. Realm of King Rama ~ SIAM
D33. Attach a new bottom to, in a way ~ RESOLE
D35. Subtle "Yo!" ~ PSST
D37. Wife of Heracles ~ HEBE
D35. It's often 12 inches long ~ RULER
D36. Feminizing ending ~ ETTE
D38. Pitcher Hershiser ~ OREL
D36. Warning device ~ SIREN
D37. Peter the Great, e.g. ~ TSAR
D39. Cager's armband ~ WRISTLET
D39. Thousandth of an inch ~ MIL
D39. Alternative magazine founder Eric ~ UTNE
D41. Public embarrassment ~ TRIP
D41. Word with cut and rate ~ TAX
D41. Cheerios grain ~ OAT
D44. Arctic mammal ~ NARWHAL
D44. ___-null (number of positive integers) ~ ALEPH
D44. Pet store array ~ LEASHES
D46. Be a poor loser ~ SULK
D47. Changeup alternative ~ SINKER
D46. "__ the Tiger": Survivor song ~ EYEOF
D48. King of Mycenae ~ ATREUS
D49. The Preserver of Hinduism ~ VISHNU
D48. Bet with a potentially big payoff ~ EXACTA
D49. European garden herb ~ LOVAGE
D51. Scapegoat ~ PATSY
D49. Some retirement plans, informally ~ ROTHS
D50. Attach ~ SNAPON
D52. Cutaway accompanier ~ ASCOT
D50. WWII torpedo craft ~ EBOAT
D53. "Letting Go" novelist ~ ROTH
D53. * ~ STAR
D51. With 69-Across, speaker of the quote ~ DOLLY
D55. Mythological archer ~ ALCON
D54. Safe place for a boat ~ COVE
D53. Luau fare ~ POI
D56. Bleacher's cry ~ RAH
D55. Toward the sheltered side ~ ALEE
D55. Creole pod ~ OKRA
D58. Bang-up ~ AONE
D56. Where the Lower Rhine begins ~ BONN
D56. Broadway souvenir ~ STUB
D60. Filmdom's Cruise ~ TOM
D58. Not in port ~ ASEA
D58. Restaurateur Toots ~ SHOR
D61. ___roll ~ ONA
D60. See 63-Down ~ OUT
D59. Ohio's __ State ~ KENT
D62. "How was___know?" ~ ITO
D61. Pension's cousin ~ INN
D60. Folded nosh ~ TACO
D63. Road alert ~ SLO
D62. Anvil's setting ~ EAR
D61. Frank ~ OPEN

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