Comparison for nw2009-08-12

  • Title: "ALPHA AND OMEGA" (NOVEMBER 30, 2002)
  • Author: By Mark Milhet
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  • Title: 5/25/04 ABOUT TIME
  • Author: by Sally R. Stein, edited by Stanley Newman
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  • Title: TIME AFTER TIME
  • Author: By Gary Benninghoff / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: 8/12/09 WHAT TIME IS IT?
  • Author: Betty Keller, edited by Stanley Newman
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  • Title: TIMES TABLE
  • Author: By Judy Carson / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: TIME AND TIME AGAIN
  • Author: By Casey Kelly / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: A TENSE SITUATION
  • Author: By Rob Lee
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A1. Addition column ~ TENS
A1. Competed in the Indy 500 ~ RACED
A1. Converts hide into leather ~ TANS
A1. "Your majesty!" ~ SIRE
A1. Faded and dull ~ DRAB
A1. Not busy ~ IDLE
A1. Syllables sung while skipping ~ TRALA
A5. Speedily ~ APACE
A6. Family ~ CLAN
A5. Woodard of "Crooklyn" ~ ALFRE
A5. Dora's fellow-explorer ~ DIEGO
A5. "Accident ahead" indicator ~ FLARE
A5. Lickety-split ~ APACE
A6. Like the dry season ~ ARID
A10. "I _____" ~ SPY
A10. Hair colorings ~ DYES
A10. Speeding-ticket issuer ~ COP
A10. Fey of "30 Rock" ~ TINA
A10. "... ___ Justice for All." (Pacino flick) ~ AND
A10. Econ. yardstick ~ GNP
A10. Tailor's meeting place? ~ SEAM
A13. Word of hearty concurrence ~ AMEN
A14. Sound of a sneeze ~ ACHOO
A13. Shrinking Asian lake ~ ARAL
A14. Influence with smooth talk ~ COAX
A13. Bellow and bluster ~ RAGE
A13. Shylock's offering ~ LOAN
A14. Hulk of pro wrestling ~ HOGAN
A14. Consecutively ~ INAROW
A15. Oaf ~ LOUT
A14. Pupils' spots ~ IRISES
A15. Young hooting bird ~ OWLET
A14. No longer in bed ~ ARISEN
A14. The world's largest river, in volume ~ AMAZON
A15. Comedian Carvey ~ DANA
A15. Macabre master ~ POE
A16. Electrified swimmers ~ EELS
A15. My ___, Vietnam ~ LAI
A16. Prayer ender ~ AMEN
A15. "Can you ___ little faster?" ~ GOA
A15. Where Christ the Redeemer stands ~ RIO
A16. One-time Canadian major leaguer ~ EXPO
A16. Having problems letting go ~ LIVINGINTHEPAST
A17. Antiques and relics ~ THINGSOFTHEPAST
A16. Having problems letting go ~ LIVINGINTHEPAST
A17. No longer current ~ ATHINGOFTHEPAST
A16. Eight-track player, for one ~ ATHINGOFTHEPAST
A16. Having problems letting go ~ LIVINGINTHEPAST
A17. Any obsolete item ~ ATHINGOFTHEPAST
A19. Clod ~ CRETIN
A20. Fraction of a min. ~ SEC
A19. Grand island ~ CAYMAN
A20. Short-legged hound ~ BASSET
A19. Non-suckling baby ~ WEANER
A19. Play producer ~ STAGER
A20. Wax-winged flier of myth ~ ICARUS
A20. 5-5, say ~ TIE
A21. Planet beyond Neptune ~ PLUTO
A20. Popular fish for show ~ KOI
A21. Votes in ~ ELECTS
A20. Afternoon quaff ~ TEA
A20. Top-Flite support ~ TEE
A21. Against the rules ~ ILLICIT
A21. Not pro ~ ANTI
A22. Al and Tipper ~ GORES
A21. Carpenters or reds, e.g. ~ ANTS
A22. High-school math ~ TRIG
A21. Length times width ~ AREA
A21. African wading bird ~ IBIS
A22. Address for a gentlewoman ~ MADAM
A22. Some Navy noncoms ~ CPOS
A23. Mansion employee ~ MAID
A22. They give people big heads ~ EGOS
A24. Mex. women ~ SRAS
A22. Metros and Trackers ~ GEOS
A22. It's heard from a herd ~ MOOS
A25. Ernest, in "From Here to Eternity" ~ FATSO
A24. Cupid's counterpart ~ EROS
A24. Small fly ~ GNAT
A24. They're all for it ~ PROS
A25. Smidgen ~ BIT
A24. Abbreviation for "Answer, please" ~ RSVP
A24. Central feature ~ CRUX
A26. Road Runner's remark ~ BEEP
A26. Lid attachment ~ LASH
A26. Costello's partner ~ ABBOTT
A26. Glaswegian miss ~ LASS
A28. Mineral quest ~ ORE
A26. Some party nights ~ EVES
A26. Cantina appetizer ~ TAPA
A30. Aid a felon ~ ABET
A29. Semi ~ RIG
A29. Born and __ ~ BRED
A29. CD-___ ~ ROM
A29. Egyptian snake ~ ASP
A29. Articulated pauses ~ UHS
A29. Cousin of a mandolin, briefly ~ UKE
A32. Bug ~ IRRITATE
A31. Place in a sepulcher ~ ENTOMB
A30. Sound booster ~ AMP
A31. Place in a sepulcher, e.g. ~ ENTOMB
A30. River blocker ~ DAM
A31. More in-the-know ~ HIPPER
A31. Isolate, in a way ~ ENISLE
A35. Feeling of hatred ~ ANIMUS
A35. "Thrilla in Manila" victor ~ ALI
A33. Untamed ranch horse ~ BRONC
A35. Husband of Fatima ~ ALI
A33. Succulent skin soother ~ ALOE
A35. Bygone flightless bird ~ MOA
A35. In the way of ~ ALA
A41. It may be opened at a party ~ BIRTHDAYPRESENT
A36. Spreadsheet elements ~ CELLS
A34. Lobster relative ~ CRAB
A36. Signs over ~ CEDES
A35. Jr. high preceder ~ ELEM
A36. Golf's "Slammin' Sammy" ~ SNEAD
A36. Lies close and warm ~ SNUGS
A43. Surpassed ~ BESTED
A38. Photo hue ~ SEPIA
A35. Spiny houseplant ~ ALOE
A38. Art photo shade ~ SEPIA
A37. Health-club amenity ~ SAUNA
A38. Africa's most populous city ~ CAIRO
A38. Praline nut ~ PECAN
A44. Make more efficient ~ AUTOMATE
A39. Expect it once a year ~ BIRTHDAYPRESENT
A36. Something to open at a party ~ BIRTHDAYPRESENT
A39. It's expected once a year ~ BIRTHDAYPRESENT
A39. Annual gift ~ BIRTHDAYPRESENT
A39. It may be opened at a party ~ BIRTHDAYPRESENT
A39. Certain annual gift ~ BIRTHDAYPRESENT
A45. Word with "heaven" ~ SENT
A42. Corpulent ~ OBESE
A39. Singer Adams ~ EDIE
A42. Corpulent ~ OBESE
A42. Oahu neighbor ~ KAUAI
A42. Clipped conjunction ~ ALTHO
A42. "The Divine Comedy" river ~ LETHE
A47. Winter hazard ~ SNOW
A43. 7-10, for one ~ SPLIT
A40. Scratcher's target ~ ITCH
A43. "Now you ___, now ..." ~ SEEIT
A43. Graph or vision starter ~ TELE
A43. Abnormal breath sounds ~ RALES
A43. More than a hint of mint ~ SPRIG
A48. Book with legends ~ ATLAS
A44. Herb of sorrow? ~ RUE
A41. Less than 90 degrees ~ ACUTE
A44. Curse the day, e.g. ~ RUE
A44. Use a letter opener ~ SLIT
A44. Deadlock ~ TIE
A44. Dissent in Dumfries ~ NAE
A53. Upper-story room ~ ATTIC
A45. Took chances ~ RISKED
A42. "Absolutely!" ~ YES
A45. Took chances ~ RISKED
A45. Public TV's lack ~ ADS
A45. Hebrew name for God ~ YAHWEH
A45. "As I was saying ..." ~ ANYWAY
A56. "Born Free" beast ~ LIONESS
A47. General Henry Arnold ~ HAP
A43. Medicine quantity ~ DOSE
A47. Music genre ~ RAP
A46. Half of hex- ~ TRI
A47. Center of a wheel ~ HUB
A47. Audible dance ~ TAP
A58. Portion of a mountain range ~ MASSIF
A48. Quartet member ~ BASS
A44. Thin soups ~ BROTHS
A48. Clef or drum ~ BASS
A48. Publishing execs. ~ EDS
A48. Playoff passes ~ BYES
A48. Crown prince, e.g. ~ HEIR
A63. Hit film of 1985 ~ BACKTOTHEFUTURE
A49. Word with fly or clap ~ TRAP
A45. Author Morrison ~ TONI
A49. Door type ~ TRAP
A50. Get an eyeful ~ SEE
A49. Jewish calendar's sixth month ~ ADAR
A49. Woman of Oman ~ ARAB
A66. Russian range or river ~ URAL
A51. Carryall ~ TOTE
A46. Company div. ~ DEPT
A51. Learning method ~ ROTE
A51. Hammerhead part ~ PEEN
A51. Certain ~ SURE
A51. Space cadet ~ YOYO
A67. Reference books? ~ READ
A53. "No returns" ~ ASIS
A47. Fire-setting crime ~ ARSON
A53. "No returns" ~ ASIS
A52. Percussion instrument ~ DRUM
A53. With a cast of thousands ~ EPIC
A53. Of unusually great size ~ EPIC
A68. Hindu attire ~ SARIS
A56. Caboodle's partner ~ KIT
A50. After-bath need ~ TOWEL
A56. Young fox ~ KIT
A54. Unenthusiastic assent ~ IGUESS
A56. General Powell's status, briefly ~ RET
A56. Do flattener ~ HAT
A69. Man or boy ~ MALE
A58. Melee memento ~ FATLIP
A52. Sound of a punch ~ POW
A58. Bully's offering ~ FATLIP
A57. 42 Across hellos ~ ALOHAS
A58. Less lean ~ FATTER
A58. Antiquated person ~ FOSSIL
A70. It may lead to a conclusion ~ ERGO
A62. Fox flick of 1985 ~ BACKTOTHEFUTURE
A55. Michael J. Fox film of '85 ~ BACKTOTHEFUTURE
A62. Film with Marty McFly ~ BACKTOTHEFUTURE
A61. Michael J. Fox sci-fi film ~ BACKTOTHEFUTURE
A62. Film with Marty McFly ~ BACKTOTHEFUTURE
A62. Michael J. Fox film ~ BACKTOTHEFUTURE
A71. Cast off from the body ~ EGEST
A65. Trip for a narcissist? ~ EGO
A58. Donkey sound ~ BRAY
A65. Way back when ~ AGO
A65. __ of Capri ~ ISLE
A65. Street address? ~ BRO
A65. One sib ~ BRO
D1. Bangkok citizen ~ THAI
A66. Kidman movie (with "The") ~ OTHERS
A59. Astronaut Armstrong ~ NEIL
A66. Alternatives ~ OTHERS
A66. Mechanical man ~ ROBOT
A66. Visitors from Mars ~ ALIENS
A66. Atlantic City edifices ~ HOTELS
D2. Campus mil. grp. ~ ROTC
A67. The yoke's on them ~ OXEN
A60. Uses a telescope ~ GAZES
A67. Spirited quality ~ ELAN
A67. Stare at ~ OGLE
A67. Newspaper biographies (Abbr.) ~ OBIT
A67. Word in a March 17 slogan ~ ERIN
D3. Turkish honorific ~ AGHA
A68. Home of the cubs ~ DEN
A61. Casino city ~ RENO
A68. Perfect score, sometimes ~ TEN
A68. Health clubs ~ SPAS
A68. ___ Juan Capistrano, Calif. ~ SAN
A68. Member of Canada's Upper House (Abbr.) ~ SEN
D4. Secluded habitat ~ LAIR
A69. Word after tax ~ PAYER
A62. Horse's gait ~ TROT
A69. Debt discharger ~ PAYER
A69. Mickey Mouse and Daffy Duck ~ TOONS
A69. They might be bounced around ~ IDEAS
A69. Long test answer ~ ESSAY
D5. Per ___ (yearly) ~ ANNUM
A70. Musical pause ~ REST
A63. Nose, slangily ~ SNOOT
A70. Enters a race ~ RUNS
A70. Knight's neighbor ~ ROOK
A70. Three-legged endeavor ~ RACE
A70. "In 25 words or ___ ..." ~ LESS
D6. Fuss ~ ADO
D1. Soft end of the Mohs scale ~ TALC
D1. "Peanuts" exclamation ~ RATS
D1. Hydrous magnesium silicate ~ TALC
D1. Strike defier ~ SCAB
D1. Chess result, sometimes ~ DRAW
D1. Woes of the world ~ ILLS
D7. U.K. mil. branch ~ RAF
D2. Abu Dhabi honcho ~ EMIR
D2. Charley horse ~ ACHE
D2. Piece for one voice ~ ARIA
D2. Teeny bit ~ IOTA
D2. Hourly charge ~ RATE
D2. Darer's phrase ~ DOIT
D8. By deadline ~ INTIME
D3. Campbell of "Scream" ~ NEVE
D3. Fashionable ~ CHIC
D3. Army rival ~ NAVY
D3. Stadium cheers ~ RAHS
D3. Ottoman title (Var.) ~ AGHA
D3. Volcanic output ~ LAVA
D9. Willie Wonka's creator ~ DAHL
D4. Tattletale ~ SNITCH
D4. Very long time ~ EON
D4. Attacks a la "Ghostbusters" ~ SLIMES
D4. Aren't imaginary ~ EXIST
D4. They may be extraterrestrial ~ BEINGS
D4. It's no no-brainer ~ ENIGMA
D10. Art photo shade ~ SEPIA
D5. Pop singer DiFranco ~ ANI
D5. "Li'l Abner" locale ~ DOGPATCH
D5. Jackie's O ~ ARI
D5. Bone-weary ~ DOGTIRED
D5. To's antithesis ~ FRO
D5. Start of Cain's famous question ~ AMI
D11. Right on the money ~ EXACT
D6. Have dog breath? ~ PANT
D6. Cirrus or nimbus ~ CLOUD
D6. Chain section ~ LINK
D6. __ Jima ~ IWO
D6. What wings provide ~ LIFT
D6. Act like a hot dog ~ PANT
D12. Orbital extreme ~ APSIS
D7. Swing's Shaw ~ ARTIE
D7. Place for hay ~ LOFT
D7. Photographer's setting, perhaps ~ FSTOP
D7. Arctic assistant ~ ELF
D7. Autumn blossom ~ ASTER
D7. Quetzalcoatl worshipper ~ AZTEC
D13. It may be below a crest ~ MOTTO
D8. Stick together ~ COHERE
D8. Celebrity signature ~ AUTOGRAPH
D8. Bring back on staff ~ REHIRE
D8. Figure out ~ GET
D8. Go over old news ~ REHASH
D8. Cling ~ COHERE
D18. Org. founded by Juliette Gordon Low ~ GSA
D9. Barnyard female ~ EWE
D9. To the __ degree ~ NTH
D9. Nationality finish ~ ESE
D9. "Do unto __ . . ." ~ OTHERS
D9. 112.5 degrees away from S ~ ENE
D9. 180 degrees from WSW ~ ENE
D19. Diminutive seasonal helper ~ ELF
D10. Reach across ~ SPAN
D10. Bus station ~ DEPOT
D10. Celtic group ~ CLAN
D10. Records on the VCR ~ TAPES
D10. The first Mr. Shirley Temple ~ AGAR
D10. Act greedily, in a way ~ GRAB
D23. Statistics and such ~ DATA
D11. Etiquette authority ~ POST
D11. Datebook capacity ~ YEAR
D11. Hops hot spot ~ OAST
D11. Colorful Apple model ~ IMAC
D11. Something that smells? ~ NOSE
D11. Pending, as a legal decree ~ NISI
D24. Inactive ~ ABEYANT
D12. Mythical Himalayan ~ YETI
D12. Otherwise ~ ELSE
D12. Orchestra areas ~ PITS
D12. Home in a hemlock ~ NEST
D12. Scientists' info ~ DATA
D12. Stew containers ~ POTS
D26. Type of lettuce ~ BIBB
D14. Didn't heed ~ IGNORED
D13. Former JFK landers ~ SSTS
D14. Didn't heed ~ IGNORED
D13. Aardvark snacks ~ ANTS
D14. Bad way to run a ship ~ AGROUND
D14. Beached, as a ship ~ AGROUND
D27. A great lake ~ ERIE
D17. Tuck's partner ~ NIP
D18. Thin cut ~ SLIT
D17. Bettor's interest, perhaps ~ NAG
D18. Fictional detective Wolfe ~ NERO
D17. Previously, in names ~ NEE
D17. Prefix with "impressionism" or "classical" ~ NEO
D28. Flubs ~ ERRS
D18. Kindergarten supplies ~ PASTES
D19. Old-time exclamation ~ EGAD
D18. Works on the scrapbook, e.g. ~ PASTES
D19. Pass by, as time ~ ELAPSE
D18. All-star pitcher Milt ~ PAPPAS
D18. Sprites ~ PIXIES
D29. Brad of Hollywood ~ PITT
D23. Miser Marner ~ SILAS
D23. __ Carlo, Monaco ~ MONTE
D23. Summertime refreshments ~ SODAS
D23. Transparent dessert ~ GELATIN
D23. Cut off, as fleece ~ SHEAR
D23. Arctic seabirds ~ SKUAS
D31. Like a Granny Smith apple ~ TART
D25. Get-go ~ ONSET
D25. Neighbor of S. Dak. ~ NEBR
D25. Genesis ~ ONSET
D24. Had a taste of ~ SAMPLED
D25. Gambling and boozing, for two ~ VICES
D25. Remove, in a way ~ UNPEG
D33. "La," at La Scala ~ THE
D26. The work force ~ LABOR
D26. Westminster, e.g. ~ ABBEY
D26. Repair-bill part ~ LABOR
D25. Slavic coffee cake ~ BABKA
D26. Shelter, as in a cove ~ EMBAY
D26. Small Indian hand drum ~ TABLA
D34. Tallies ~ ADDS
D27. Legal defense ~ ALIBI
D27. Groom's mate ~ BRIDE
D27. Legal defense ~ ALIBI
D26. Trojan War epic ~ ILIAD
D27. "And there it is!" ~ VOILA
D27. Noncitizen ~ ALIEN
D36. Prefix with "classic" or "natal" ~ NEO
D28. Fathers ~ SIRES
D28. Actor Karloff ~ BORIS
D28. Fathers ~ SIRES
D27. Bagel shape ~ TORUS
D28. Buck's "The Good ___" ~ EARTH
D28. Where to find favors ~ PARTY
D37. Stoic and alcohol endings ~ ISMS
D30. Pictograph ~ GLYPH
D29. __ Canyon (Utah national park) ~ BRYCE
D30. Notorious Lansky ~ MEYER
D30. Sword fights ~ DUELS
D30. "Open up!" ~ SAYAH
D30. Land with much sand ~ EGYPT
D38. Certainly not nice ~ MEAN
D32. Verdi forte ~ OPERA
D30. Alaska native ~ ALEUT
D32. Juilliard major ~ OPERA
D31. Photographer Leibovitz ~ ANNIE
D32. Religious devotion ~ PIETY
D32. Noisy public fight ~ SCENE
D39. "Render therefore ___ Caesar ..." ~ UNTO
D33. - ~ MINUS
D31. 11 Down fraction ~ MONTH
D33. - ~ MINUS
D32. Dull snapshot finish ~ MATTE
D33. Adopted son in "My Three Sons" ~ ERNIE
D33. Island near Maui ~ LANAI
D40. Hobo concoction ~ STEW
D34. Perkins part ~ BATES
D32. "For __ sake!" ~ PETES
D34. Perkins part ~ BATES
D34. When a flt. is due ~ ETA
D34. Memorization-based learning methods ~ ROTES
D34. Alternative to "return" on a keyboard ~ ENTER
D42. Golf stroke ~ PUTT
D36. Sound at a pep rally ~ CHEER
D34. Certain pet watcher ~ CATSITTER
D36. Sound at a pep rally ~ CHEER
D36. Stare at ~ EYE
D36. Acted the farrier ~ SHOED
D36. Take off a wool coat ~ SHEAR
D46. Resurrection Day ~ EASTER
D37. Pie-in-the-face sound ~ SPLAT
D35. Wide tie ~ ASCOT
D37. Primitive weapon ~ SPEAR
D38. Long-eared equine ~ ASS
D37. One passes with it, barely ~ DPLUS
D37. Waterfall byproduct ~ SPRAY
D48. Set of records ~ ALBUM
D40. "For shame!" ~ TSKTSK
D37. Singer Celine ~ DION
D40. Sounds of reproach ~ TSKTSK
D40. Premium fuel, for short ~ HITEST
D40. Sound of a sharp blow ~ THWACK
D40. Impact noise ~ THWACK
D49. Princess's crown ~ TIARA
D41. Scams ~ RIPOFFS
D38. Sound-blocking devices ~ EARPLUGS
D41. Situations of exploitation ~ RIPOFFS
D41. Second versions of stories ~ REDRAFTS
D41. Fights off ~ REBUFFS
D41. Exorbitant prices, essentially ~ RIPOFFS
D50. Like some anesthesia ~ LOCAL
D46. Word with North or South ~ DAKOTA
D43. Word of warning ~ DONT
D46. Word with North or South ~ DAKOTA
D47. Acapulco, e.g. ~ RESORT
D46. Ramis, Pinter or Lloyd ~ HAROLD
D46. "Gulliver's Travels" brutes ~ YAHOOS
D51. Foot-leg connector ~ ANKLE
D48. Track regular ~ BETTOR
D44. Chicken alternative ~ BEEF
D48. Greater in excellence ~ BETTER
D49. "Star Trek" navigator ~ SULU
D48. Track regular ~ BETTOR
D48. Low-cost stopover ~ HOSTEL
D52. Two of a kind ~ SET
D50. Concise ~ PITHY
D45. Japan Airlines destination ~ TOKYO
D50. Succinct and meaningful ~ PITHY
D51. Chinese dogs, briefly ~ PEKES
D50. Make a new knot ~ RETIE
D50. Cotton sheets ~ BATTS
D54. World currency org. ~ IMF
D52. Sigma trailer ~ TAU
D46. Resided ~ DWELT
D52. Sigma trailer ~ TAU
D53. Engine ~ MOTOR
D52. Indian author Santha Rama ___ ~ RAU
D52. Uncle Sam poster word ~ YOU
D55. Partner of effect ~ CAUSE
D53. Retired for the night ~ ABED
D47. 20 Across or 25 Down ~ ABBR
D53. Blind as ___ ~ ABAT
D54. Wading bird ~ IBIS
D53. Weakens, as support ~ EBBS
D53. Abates ~ EBBS
D57. Achy from a workout ~ SORE
D54. Wise one ~ SAGE
D48. Very uncommon ~ RARE
D54. Wise, as advice ~ SAGE
D55. Sound frightened ~ GASP
D54. Legal lead-in? ~ PARA
D54. Cut down a bloated budget ~ PARE
D59. For men only ~ STAG
D55. Image to click on ~ ICON
D49. Read quickly ~ SCAN
D55. Image to click on ~ ICON
D56. Bruins sch. ~ UCLA
D55. Touch-screen image ~ ICON
D55. Picture that can be dragged ~ ICON
D60. Casual affirmative ~ SURE
D57. Archaic pronoun ~ THEE
D51. Where Cincinnati is ~ OHIO
D57. Archaic pronoun ~ THEE
D58. "Les Misérables" author ~ HUGO
D57. TV's "___-Team" ~ THEA
D57. TV's "___-Team" ~ THEA
D61. Cornea and lens neighbor ~ IRIS
D59. Elegance ~ LUXE
D52. "The Godfather" author ~ PUZO
D59. A real doozie ~ LULU
D59. Folk singer Guthrie ~ ARLO
D59. Big brass instrument ~ TUBA
D59. Without a doubt ~ SURE
D62. Ending with "slug" or "song" ~ FEST
D60. Steams up ~ IRES
D53. Popular cookie ~ OREO
D60. Country on the Caspian ~ IRAN
D60. Search out ~ SEEK
D60. "Mask" actor Stoltz ~ ERIC
D60. "The Good Apprentice" author Murdoch ~ IRIS
D64. Witch ~ HAG
D61. Confined (with "up") ~ PENT
D54. Compass point ~ WEST
D61. Desktop items ~ PENS
D62. As well ~ TOO
D61. Anagram for "tree" ~ RETE
D61. Camera's eye ~ LENS
D65. Tokyo, in the past ~ EDO
D63. Blouse ~ TOP
D56. Toronto's prov. ~ ONT
D63. Blouse, e.g. ~ TOP
D63. "Curb Your Enthusiasm" channel ~ HBO
D63. "___-Pan" (James Clavell novel) ~ TAI
D63. Common start to a book title ~ THE
D64. Act human ~ ERR
D57. Basker's shade ~ TAN
D64. Act human ~ ERR
D64. Extremely long time ~ EON
D64. A cannon has three ~ ENS
D64. "Tarzan" star Ron ~ ELY

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