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  • Title: "ZSA ZSA SAID..." (MAY 09, 2002)
  • Author: By Dr. Peter Dart
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  • Title: August 31, 2007 - "No Return Policy"
  • Author: By Martin Ashwood-Smith
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  • Title: LA Times, Fri, Jun 19, 2009
  • Author: Stella Daily and Bruce Venzke / Ed. Rich Norris
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A1. Impressive in scope ~ EPIC
A1. Tommy's gun ~ STEN
A1. Tolkien's Legolas, e.g. ~ ELF
A5. Word with mark or slinger ~ HASH
A5. Rich person ~ HAVE
A4. Agree ~ CONCUR
A9. Garage sale supplier ~ ATTIC
A9. Black-and-white snacks ~ OREOS
A10. Striker's bane ~ SCAB
A14. Vini, _____, Vinci ~ VIDI
A14. Up ___ good ~ TONO
A14. Nothing ~ NIL
A15. In midvoyage ~ ASEA
A15. Sales condition ~ ASIS
A15. How some exams are taken ~ ORALLY
A16. Chauffeured ~ DROVE
A16. Small cart ~ DOLLY
A16. __ stick ~ POGO
A17. Start of a Zsa Zsa quip ~ INEVERHATEDAMAN
A17. Start of a Zsa Zsa Gabor quote ~ INEVERHATEDAMAN
A17. Start of a quote ~ INEVERHATEDAMAN
A20. Country Music Hall of Famer Brenda ~ LEE
A20. Actress Hedy of "Ecstasy" ~ LAMARR
A20. Shivering fit ~ AGUE
A21. Mideast gulf ~ ADEN
A21. Pig's tail? ~ LET
A21. State until 1991: Abbr. ~ SSR
A22. Capybara or hamster, e.g. ~ RODENT
A22. Peace lover ~ DOVE
A22. Part of a woodlands stash ~ ACORN
A23. Rainbow shapes ~ ARCS
A23. Cambridgeshire cathedral city ~ ELY
A23. 1519 Yucatán arrival ~ CORTEZ
A24. Funnel shape ~ CONE
A24. Type of reaction ~ GUT
A26. Remote function ~ PAUSE
A25. First name in aviation ~ AMELIA
A26. Greek vowels ~ ETAS
A28. "Rubáiyát" poet ~ OMAR
A28. Paycheck signer ~ BOSS
A28. Shows up ~ COMES
A30. "Star Trek" weapon ~ PHASER
A29. Understand? ~ SEE
A30. Member of the rhododendron family ~ AZALEA
A34. Apple pie go-with? ~ MOM
A32. Magnitude or extent ~ DIMENSION
A34. Sound of contentment ~ PURR
A37. Alcohol-based solvent ~ ACETAL
A34. Healing ointment ~ BALM
A37. LePew of cartoons ~ PEPE
A40. Palestinian city ~ GAZA
A35. Second part of the quip ~ ENOUGHTOGIVEHIM
A39. "The best ___ possible worlds" ~ OFALL
A41. Quote, part 2 ~ ENOUGHTOGIVEHIM
A38. Any will do in a storm ~ PORT
A40. Middle of the quote ~ ENOUGHTOGIVEHIM
A44. Ooze ~ SEEP
A39. Characteristic of Schönberg's music ~ ATONALITY
A43. Widget ~ GISMO
A45. Arrival ~ ADVENT
A40. Judge a case ~ TRY
A44. Greedy ones ~ HOGS
A46. Chop off ~ LOP
A41. Actress Tyne of "Judging Amy" ~ DALY
A45. "___ bien!" ~ TRES
A47. Plane site ~ HANGAR
A43. Oneidas, Senecas, et al. ~ TRIBES
A46. Quash ~ STEPON
A49. Barely made, with "out" ~ EKED
A44. Hawk's home ~ AERY
A48. Absurdity ~ FOLLY
A51. Rolls partner ~ ROYCE
A45. Sal the mule's canal ~ ERIE
A50. Aspiring attorney's exam (abbr.) ~ LSAT
A54. Messy scenarios ~ SNAFUS
A46. Few and scattered ~ SPARSE
A52. Dumfries denial ~ NAE
A58. Go furtively ~ SNEAK
A49. Like Rooster Cogburn's grit ~ TRUE
A53. ___ Lanka ~ SRI
A61. Band from the East? ~ OBI
A50. Possesses ~ HAS
A56. Verifiable ~ TRUE
A63. Radius neighbor ~ ULNA
A53. Conclusion of the quip ~ HISDIAMONDSBACK
A59. "___ who?" ~ SEZ
A64. End of the quote ~ HISDIAMONDSBACK
A56. Multiple-choice choice, perhaps ~ OTHER
A61. Shoot the breeze ~ NATTER
A68. Mont Blanc, par exemple ~ ALPE
A57. Butt of Garfield's jokes ~ ODIE
A63. End of the quote ~ HISDIAMONDSBACK
A69. Takeout order? ~ DELETE
A58. "La Boheme" role ~ MIMI
A66. Boredom ~ ENNUI
A70. __ Bo ~ TAE
A59. Batman, really ~ WAYNE
A67. Sponge hole ~ PORE
A71. Make (one's way) ~ WEND
A60. War of 1899-1902 ~ BOER
A68. Shaving cream additive ~ ALOE
A72. Speaker of the quote, familiarly ~ ZSAZSA
A61. Birdhouse bird ~ WREN
A69. Giraffe's smaller cousin ~ OKAPI
A73. Scout units: Abbr. ~ TPS
D1. Like a twin in horror films ~ EVIL
A70. Nicholas II, e.g. ~ TSAR
D1. Pioneering computer ~ ENIAC
D2. Baseball bat tar ~ PINE
A71. Shred ~ REND
D2. Shop talk ~ LINGO
D3. With fixe, obsession ~ IDEE
D1. Fence crossing ~ STILE
D3. Lilas or tulipe ~ FLEUR
D4. Weeks in duo anni ~ CIV
D2. Melodic ~ TONAL
D4. Miler Sebastian ~ COE
D5. Ready money ~ HARDCASH
D3. Antagonist ~ ENEMY
D5. Boston Garden legend ~ ORR
D6. "... to _____, dust to dust" ~ ASHES
D4. PBS science series ~ NOVA
D6. Slangy denials ~ NAHS
D7. Penn of "I Am Sam" ~ SEAN
D5. "Tut!" relative ~ HARRUMPH
D7. Necklace fastener ~ CLASP
D8. This may be over your head ~ HAT
D6. Blonde shade ~ ASH
D8. Violet lead-in ~ ULTRA
D9. Enhancing accessories ~ ADDONS
D7. Ampule ~ VIAL
D9. Manhattan liquor ~ RYE
D10. Craft ~ TRADE
D8. First name in cosmetics ~ ESTEE
D10. Period that started with Sputnik ~ SPACEAGE
D11. Large volume ~ TOME
D9. Freakish ~ ODD
D11. How, in Jerez ~ COMO
D12. Pavlov or Turgenev ~ IVAN
D10. Driver's education course topic ~ ROADSAFETY
D12. Bio lab gel ~ AGAR
D13. Penny ~ CENT
D11. Sailor's saint ~ ELMO
D13. Former European capital ~ BONN
D18. Short nautical line ~ EARING
D12. Norse saint ~ OLAV
D18. Put the kibosh on ~ VETO
D19. Piccadilly Circus figure ~ EROS
D13. "Auld Lang ___" ~ SYNE
D19. Recipe bit ~ DASH
D23. Native Alaskan ~ ALEUT
D18. Thus ~ ERGO
D24. Salon or Slate, briefly ~ EMAG
D24. Michael Crichton book ~ CONGO
D19. James of jazz ~ ETTA
D25. Millard's predecessor ~ ZACHARY
D25. Showing expertise ~ ADEPT
D25. Cogs ~ TEETH
D27. Earth-to-satellite connections ~ UPLINKS
D26. Hardly important ~ MINOR
D27. Sea of ___ (Black Sea arm) ~ AZOV
D29. Like many Ariz. residents ~ RETD
D27. Atlanta university ~ EMORY
D28. Scrunched, as paper ~ CRUMPLEDUP
D31. Satirical Mort ~ SAHL
D28. Plundered treasure ~ BOOTY
D29. Good-humored parody ~ SPOOF
D32. He played Emile in "South Pacific" ~ EZIO
D29. Indian title of respect ~ SAHIB
D31. Cowardly Lion portrayer ~ LAHR
D33. Wheelchair access ~ RAMP
D30. Chosen few ~ ELITE
D32. Nobelist Wiesel ~ ELIE
D34. Strainer material ~ MESH
D31. Annual TV awards ~ EMMYS
D33. Aid to the poor ~ ALMS
D35. __ Day: dietary supplement brand ~ ONEA
D33. Land of the Po ~ ITALY
D34. Cribbage board accessories ~ PEGS
D36. Maker of ShowHouse faucets ~ MOEN
D34. Misrepresent ~ BELIE
D35. Division ~ UNIT
D38. "Mazel __!" ~ TOV
D36. Target of a guard dog's growls ~ INTRUDER
D36. Wine variety ~ ROSE
D39. "The African Queen" co-screenwriter ~ AGEE
D37. Can't be pinned down ~ VARIES
D38. Prod ~ EGGON
D42. Went for more memory, say ~ UPGRADED
D41. Really fancy ~ DESIRE
D41. Sticky substances ~ GOOS
D43. Dodge Viper engine ~ VTEN
D42. Carpentry calculation ~ AREA
D42. Offshore resident ~ ISLANDER
D48. 2004 World Golf Hall of Fame inductee Isao ~ AOKI
D44. "As You Like It" setting ~ ARDEN
D47. Glenn's employer, once ~ NASA
D50. Slap on ~ DAUB
D45. "Sesame Street" regular ~ ERNIE
D49. Pasturelands ~ LEAS
D52. Occurs (to) ~ COMES
D46. Belmont bet ~ SHOW
D51. Entice ~ TEMPT
D53. Virus named for an African river ~ EBOLA
D47. Pocket bread ~ PITA
D53. Past its prime ~ STALE
D55. Bluegrass great Lester ~ FLATT
D48. Like an old grate ~ ASHY
D54. Surveillance, briefly ~ RECON
D56. Open, in a way ~ UNCAP
D49. Noisy excitement ~ TODO
D55. Galled ~ IRKED
D57. "For goodness __!" ~ SAKES
D50. "Age of Aquarius" musical ~ HAIR
D56. One of the Huxtables ~ THEO
D58. "Arms and the Man" playwright ~ SHAW
D51. Wile E. Coyote supplier ~ ACME
D57. Curling surface ~ RINK
D59. Shade of green ~ NILE
D52. Shirt opponent ~ SKIN
D58. Annapolis inst. ~ USNA
D60. What many jocks watch ~ ESPN
D54. Group of wise guys? ~ MOB
D60. Menageries ~ ZOOS
D62. Don Juan's mother ~ INEZ
D55. Yuppie wheels ~ BMW
D62. Vail tow ~ TBAR
D65. Cooper's tool ~ ADZ

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