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  • Title: New York Times, Thursday, March 23, 1995
  • Author: Wayne Robert Williams
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, December 9, 1996
  • Author: F. Piscop
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, February 14, 2005
  • Author: Janet R. Bender
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: October 24, 2008 - "Spaghetti Western"
  • Author: By Raymond Hamel
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  • Title: 04/11/13 CALLING CLINT
  • Author: Fred Piscop, edited by Stanley Newman
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A1. Disfigure ~ MAIM
A1. Shortly ~ ANON
A1. Lavish entertainment ~ FETE
A1. Retained ~ KEPT
A1. Doe's daughter ~ FAWN
A5. Shopaholic's activity ~ SPREE
A5. NaCl ~ SALT
A5. At a distance ~ AFAR
A5. Porcupine quill ~ SPINE
A5. Bar mixer ~ SODA
A10. Grouch ~ CRAB
A9. Kind of cheese ~ SWISS
A9. Russian country house ~ DACHA
A10. Student of Yoda ~ JEDI
A9. Paperhanger's need ~ PASTE
A14. Nick and Nora's pooch ~ ASTA
A14. Letterman rival ~ LENO
A14. Realtor's unit ~ ACRE
A14. Very light brown ~ ECRU
A14. Cavern comeback ~ ECHO
A15. _____ Selassie ~ HAILE
A15. Wash's partner ~ WEAR
A15. Exploration org. ~ NASA
A15. Of minor importance ~ PETTY
A15. Positive factor ~ PLUS
A16. Sharpen ~ HONE
A16. Noodles ~ PASTA
A16. Actor Hawke ~ ETHAN
A16. "Terrible" czar ~ IVAN
A16. Strand during winter ~ ICEIN
A17. 1954 Laurence Harvey movie ~ THEGOODDIEYOUNG
A17. Traveling ice-cream seller ~ THEGOODHUMORMAN
A17. Title for Jesus ~ THEGOODSHEPHERD
A17. 2006 Matt Damon movie ~ THEGOODSHEPHERD
A17. Matt Damon film of '06 ~ THEGOODSHEPHERD
A20. University sessions ~ SEMINARS
A20. Acapulco gold ~ ORO
A20. Chi-town team ~ SOX
A20. Disney-Pixar collaboration ~ TOYSTORY
A20. Cedar Rapids college ~ COE
A21. Blunt-edged swords ~ EPEES
A21. Active person ~ DOER
A21. Slimmer's regimen ~ DIET
A21. Tall and thin ~ LANKY
A21. Arduous journey ~ TREK
A22. Summer on the Somme ~ ETE
A22. Assistants ~ AIDERS
A22. Contents of Bartlett's ~ QUOTES
A22. Bout stopper, for short ~ TKO
A22. Hershey Foods brand ~ REESES
A23. "Chicks" ~ GALS
A23. Overcast ~ SUNLESS
A23. Peddle ~ VEND
A23. Gunk ~ CRUD
A23. Cell-phone carrier ~ HOLSTER
A25. Mystery stories? ~ ALIBIS
A25. Denver of "The Dukes of Hazzard" ~ PYLE
A24. Mows ~ CUTS
A25. Errant ~ ASTRAY
A25. Yucky stuff ~ CRUD
A29. Junket ~ TRIP
A26. Fire residue ~ ASH
A25. Lightest-colored ~ PALEST
A29. Square-rigged two-master ~ BRIG
A26. Part of UNLV ~ LAS
A30. Vacation spot ~ SPA
A27. Gorbachev policy ~ GLASNOST
A28. Pre-dye hair shade, often ~ GRAY
A30. Once around the course ~ LAP
A27. Yucky stuff ~ SLOP
A33. Surrendered ~ CEDED
A31. List components ~ ITEMS
A29. Revolutionary Guevara ~ CHE
A33. Simple machine ~ SCREW
A28. Pop-top's place ~ CAN
A34. Like workhorses ~ SHOD
A34. Press, as clothes ~ IRON
A32. Champion tennis servers ~ ACERS
A34. Part of U.A.E. ~ ARAB
A31. Proverbial backbreaker ~ STRAW
A35. W.W. II gun ~ STEN
A35. Prevaricate ~ LIE
A33. Russia's ___ Mountains ~ URAL
A35. Sleuth played by Lorre ~ MOTO
A34. Top the cast ~ STAR
A36. 1976 Walter Matthau movie ~ THEBADNEWSBEARS
A36. 1976 film about a Little League team ~ THEBADNEWSBEARS
A34. "Slow down!" ~ WHOA
A36. 1976 Walter Matthau movie ~ THEBADNEWSBEARS
A35. Pizazz ~ BRIO
A39. Name of three English rivers ~ OUSE
A40. Oliver North's rank: Abbr. ~ COL
A35. 1976 Walter Matthau/Tatum O'Neal movie ~ THEBADNEWSBEARS
A39. Possesses ~ OWNS
A36. Tatum O'Neal film of '76 ~ THEBADNEWSBEARS
A40. Campbell of the N.F.L. ~ EARL
A41. Syncopated songs ~ RAGS
A38. Private investigators, for short ~ TECS
A40. Race track shape, maybe ~ OVAL
A39. Accelerator particles ~ IONS
A41. Two under par ~ EAGLE
A42. Vast chasm ~ ABYSS
A39. Iranian money ~ RIAL
A41. 1950s song, today ~ OLDIE
A40. Kanye West tunes ~ RAPS
A42. Squealer ~ RAT
A43. Getting a move on ~ HUSTLING
A40. Africa's Sierra ___ ~ LEONE
A42. Proverbial ship deserter ~ RAT
A41. Monk's home ~ ABBEY
A43. Line of cars ~ MAKE
A46. Lobster eater's accessory ~ BIB
A41. Suffix with book or freak ~ ISH
A43. Slipped (down) ~ SLID
A42. Dull routine ~ RUT
A44. Rescuee, in fairy tales ~ DAMSEL
A47. Possess ~ HAVE
A42. Baseball glove ~ MITT
A44. One of the Seven Sisters ~ VASSAR
A43. Many Christmas trees ~ FIRS
A45. Take the bus ~ RIDE
A48. Outstanding athlete ~ ALLSTAR
A43. Expired ~ LAPSED
A45. Cape charger ~ BULL
A44. Male sib ~ BRO
A46. Humorist ~ WIT
A52. On land ~ ASHORE
A44. Smooth, as a drive ~ PAVE
A46. Cambridge sch. ~ MIT
A45. Ramble around ~ ROVE
A47. Ruhr valley city ~ ESSEN
A55. Not in use ~ FREE
A45. One of the three H's in a summer weather forecast ~ HAZY
A47. One of the Seven Wise Men of ancient Greece ~ SOLON
A46. Crowd-scene role ~ BITPART
A50. Media attention ~ COVERAGE
A56. "Honest" President ~ ABE
A46. Gas rating number ~ OCTANE
A50. Place to get a hot bargain? ~ FIRESALE
A50. Off the boat ~ ASHORE
A55. 1963 Marlon Brando movie ~ THEUGLYAMERICAN
A57. 1958 best seller set in Southeast Asia ~ THEUGLYAMERICAN
A49. Coarse fiber ~ JUTE
A55. 1963 Marlon Brando movie ~ THEUGLYAMERICAN
A53. Estimate phrase ~ ORSO
A58. Mediocre grades ~ CEES
A60. Oslo's land, on stamps ~ NORGE
A50. "Ugh!" ~ ICK
A58. Chapel response ~ AMEN
A54. Offer, as odds ~ LAY
A59. Yearning ~ EAGER
A61. Scored 100 on ~ ACED
A53. 1958 best seller by William J. Lederer and Eugene Burdick ~ THEUGLYAMERICAN
A59. Radio transmission ~ AUDIO
A55. Andersen fairy tale ~ THEUGLYDUCKLING
A60. Dull sound ~ THUD
A62. Henri's head ~ TETE
A56. Concise ~ TERSE
A60. Give on a temporary basis ~ LEND
A58. Rich cake ~ TORTE
A61. Fabled loser ~ HARE
A63. Brilliantly colored fish ~ OPAHS
A57. Shakespeare's stream ~ AVON
A61. Antarctic explorer ~ BYRD
A59. Tiny bit ~ IOTA
A62. Exhausted ~ SPENT
A64. Unites ~ WEDS
A58. Major-___ (bigwig) ~ DOMO
A62. "Cheaters" ~ SPECS
A60. Wise person ~ SAGE
A63. Jellied delicacies ~ EELS
A65. Rabbit dish ~ STEW
A59. Name on a deed ~ OWNER
A63. Betting numbers ~ ODDS
A61. OKs ~ YESES
D1. Wilander of Wimbledon ~ MATS
D1. Choir members ~ ALTOS
A60. Store ~ MART
D1. Comic strip teen Etta ___ ~ KETT
A62. Carnivore's catch ~ PREY
D2. Arthur of Wimbledon ~ ASHE
D2. India's first P.M. ~ NEHRU
A61. One more time ~ ANEW
D2. Sound in a big, empty room ~ ECHO
A63. One logging in ~ USER
D3. News bit ~ ITEM
D3. Tie ___ (get smashed) ~ ONEON
D1. Chief parts of adipose tissue ~ FATS
D3. Mosquito, to a bat ~ PREY
D1. Game for Fido ~ FETCH
D4. Epiphany honorees ~ MAGI
D4. Yuletide beverage ~ NOG
D2. Sound in a long hallway ~ ECHO
D4. Port pullers ~ TUGS
D2. Allergy-season sound ~ ACHOO
D5. Piglets ~ SHOATS
D5. Rushing sound ~ SWOOSH
D3. Big-mouthed carnivorous dinosaur, for short ~ TREX
D5. Eerie ~ SPOOKY
D3. Potter's apparatus ~ WHEEL
D6. Missionary's title, maybe ~ PADRE
D6. Yellow fever mosquito ~ AEDES
D4. Hosp. brain readout ~ EEG
D6. Cy Young Award winner Martínez ~ PEDRO
D4. Caroler's drink ~ NOG
D7. Eliminates ~ RIDS
D7. Lion player of 1939 ~ LAHR
D5. Make sacred ~ ANOINT
D7. ___-bitsy ~ ITSY
D5. Fern seeds ~ SPORES
D8. Actor Wallach ~ ELI
D8. Capote, familiarly ~ TRU
D6. No longer bright ~ FADED
D8. Lofty degree ~ NTH
D6. Not as trendy ~ OLDER
D9. Ample shoe width ~ EEE
D9. Turns bad ~ SPOILS
D7. Aide: Abbr. ~ ASST
D9. Iris location ~ EYE
D7. Twilight time ~ DUSK
D10. Axes ~ CHOPS
D10. Head of a pen ~ WARDEN
D8. The old college cheer ~ RAH
D10. Islamic holy war ~ JIHAD
D8. Hibachi residue ~ ASH
D11. Lecher ~ ROUE
D11. "Woe ___!" ~ ISME
D9. Second-in-command ~ DEPUTY
D11. Level ~ EVEN
D9. Speak out ~ PIPEUP
D12. Helen Keller's teacher _____ Sullivan ~ ANNE
D12. Walk of Fame symbol ~ STAR
D10. One of the Three Musketeers ~ ATHOS
D12. Unlit, perhaps ~ DARK
D10. Had a yen ~ ACHED
D13. Petitions ~ BEGS
D13. ___-serif (type style) ~ SANS
D11. Atkins of country music ~ CHET
D13. Nickname of Dr. Jones ~ INDY
D11. Pays a call on ~ SEES
D18. Iroquois League tribe ~ ONEIDA
D18. Ukraine port ~ ODESSA
D12. Big-eared hopper ~ HARE
D18. Home of the Senators ~ OTTAWA
D12. Get winded ~ TIRE
D19. Cry of pain ~ YELP
D19. Central American pyramid builders ~ MAYANS
D13. "No ifs, ___ or buts" ~ ANDS
D19. Free advertisement ~ PLUG
D13. Reaches the coda ~ ENDS
D23. Stomach sound ~ GROWL
D24. Mary's pet ~ LAMB
D18. Texas oil city ~ ODESSA
D23. Rush-hour pace ~ CRAWL
D18. Canadian Mint locale ~ OTTAWA
D24. Contributes ~ AIDS
D25. Snow-cleaning vehicles ~ PLOWS
D19. Is, in math ~ EQUALS
D24. Umbrella parts ~ RIBS
D19. Miscues ~ ERRORS
D25. Player ~ ACTOR
D27. One of the Allman Brothers ~ GREGG
D23. Predicate parts ~ VERBS
D25. New York Public Library cofounder John Jacob ~ ASTOR
D24. Meat-loaf servings ~ SLABS
D26. Tree with red flowers ~ LEHUA
D28. Oil of ___ ~ OLAY
D24. Words moving along the bottom of a TV screen ~ CRAWL
D26. Phonetic symbol ~ SCHWA
D25. Parts of some hammers ~ CLAWS
D27. That is to say ~ IDEST
D29. Sexist letter start ~ SIRS
D25. Singer Page ~ PATTI
D27. Nottingham's river ~ TRENT
D27. How-to listings ~ STEPS
D28. Daniels of the silents ~ BEBE
D30. Dick Tracy's love ~ TESS
D26. Suffers after overexercise ~ ACHES
D28. Robert E. Lee's men ~ REBS
D28. Seafood salad ingredient ~ CRAB
D29. Jerzy Kosinski's "Being _____" ~ THERE
D31. Seven-year phenomenon ~ ITCH
D27. Bloodsucker ~ LEECH
D29. It is cast upon the waters ~ BREAD
D29. Suffix for zillion ~ AIRE
D30. Lone men ~ STAGS
D32. 10 C-notes ~ THOU
D28. Terrific ~ GREAT
D30. Washday units ~ LOADS
D30. Too curious ~ NOSY
D31. Hostess Mesta ~ PERLE
D33. Wriggly fish ~ EELS
D29. Total confusion ~ CHAOS
D31. Areas with skylights ~ ATRIA
D31. Homogenize, perhaps ~ STIR
D32. Photographer Adams ~ ANSEL
D34. Foolish ~ INANE
D30. Singer Lena or Marilyn ~ HORNE
D32. Brainteaser ~ POSER
D32. 10 C-notes ~ THOU
D34. Low character ~ SNAKE
D37. Utter nonsense ~ DRIVEL
D31. Relaxed ~ EASED
D34. Item dropped on cartoon characters ~ ANVIL
D33. Lessee's payment ~ RENT
D35. Ore locale ~ SEAM
D38. One who dips out water ~ BAILER
D33. Come together ~ UNITE
D35. Alice's restaurant ~ MELS
D34. Entangle ~ SNARE
D37. Unusable ~ DEAD
D39. Subsides, as the tide ~ EBBS
D34. Tearful ~ WEEPY
D37. Barbie, for one ~ DOLL
D35. Jazz genre ~ BEBOP
D38. Word with egg or rug ~ BEATER
D44. However ~ THOUGH
D36. Twaddle ~ DRIVEL
D38. Straw hat ~ BOATER
D37. Foolish talk ~ DRIVEL
D43. Flash Gordon villain ~ MING
D45. Some T-shirts ~ LARGES
D37. Sports jacket ~ BLAZER
D43. Like a madrigal ~ SUNG
D38. Hungarian composer ~ BARTOK
D44. Shunt ~ DIVERT
D46. Has an open wound ~ BLEEDS
D42. Christmas display sight ~ MANGER
D44. Red-eyed birds ~ VIREOS
D43. Blacksmiths' workplaces ~ FORGES
D45. Practice conservation ~ REUSE
D48. Carrying guns ~ ARMED
D43. Underlying ~ LATENT
D45. Determined ~ BOUND
D44. Western Europe's Bay of __ ~ BISCAY
D46. Part of NOW ~ WOMEN
D49. Be silent, in music ~ TACET
D44. Temporary halt ~ PAUSE
D46. Make like ~ MIMIC
D45. Way to go ~ ROUTE
D47. Make a lasting impression? ~ ETCH
D50. Diminish in intensity ~ ABATE
D45. Comedy ~ HUMOR
D47. Poke with a pike ~ STAB
D46. Big bully ~ BRUTE
D48. N.L. stadium ~ SHEA
D51. Ask for more Time? ~ RENEW
D46. Director Preminger ~ OTTO
D48. "Goodness!" ~ OHMY
D47. Assumed name ~ ALIAS
D49. Clairvoyant ~ SEER
D52. "___ added expense" ~ ATNO
D47. Prepare to swallow ~ CHEW
D49. Sneering look ~ LEER
D48. Singable extent ~ RANGE
D50. Confine ~ CAGE
D53. Boutique ~ SHOP
D48. Beach bird ~ TERN
D50. Slowly disappear ~ FADE
D49. Blake's "burning bright" beast ~ TYGER
D51. Communion, e.g. ~ RITE
D54. Wife of Zeus ~ HERA
D49. Coffee, slangily ~ JAVA
D51. Missile installation ~ SILO
D50. Counsel: Abbr. ~ ATTY
D52. Hypochondriac's complaint ~ ACHE
D55. Confront ~ FACE
D50. Universally known figure ~ ICON
D52. Served a smash ~ ACED
D51. Brake part ~ SHOE
D53. France, once ~ GAUL
D58. Go off course ~ YAW
D51. Arrived ~ CAME
D53. Country ~ LAND
D52. Towel term ~ HERS
D54. Boundaries ~ ENDS
D59. Part of T.G.I.F. ~ ITS
D52. "Well, what do you ___?!" ~ KNOW
D54. Targets for Brett Favre ~ ENDS
D53. Telltale sign ~ ODOR
D56. Guitarist Paul ~ LES
D54. Thanksgiving side dish ~ YAM
D56. Vegas opener? ~ LAS
D56. Pup's cry ~ YIP
D57. One of the Caroline Islands ~ YAP
D55. Boise's home: Abbr. ~ IDA
D57. "You betcha" ~ YUP
D57. Baton Rouge sch. ~ LSU

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