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  • Title: New York Times, Tuesday, July 26, 1988
  • Author: Jean J. Davison
  • Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, March 10, 1997
  • Author: Gregory E. Paul
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Boone and Sajak ~ PATS
A1. "Too bad!" ~ ALAS
A5. Kind of dunk ~ SLAM
A5. Sen. Lott ~ TRENT
A9. Damage a bolt ~ STRIP
A10. Hardly colorful ~ DRAB
A14. Exam type ~ ORAL
A14. Parks who wouldn't take discrimination sitting down ~ ROSA
A15. Prince Charles's game ~ POLO
A15. 12-inch stick ~ RULER
A16. Fuming ~ IRATE
A16. Superb ~ AONE
A17. Pater, in Paris ~ PERE
A17. Water conduit ~ MAIN
A18. Overhaul ~ REDO
A18. China's Zhou ___ ~ ENLAI
A19. Unvoiced ~ TACIT
A19. Do, re or mi, e.g. ~ NOTE
A20. Finney film role: 1982 ~ DADDYWARBUCKS
A20. "Little Orphan Annie" character ~ DADDYWARBUCKS
A23. "Cheers" choice ~ ALE
A23. "There ___ young..." (common limerick start) ~ WASA
A24. Suitable ~ APT
A24. WNW's reverse ~ ESE
A25. Gypsy language ~ ROMANY
A25. Plant dripping ~ RESIN
A29. "Desire Under the ___" ~ ELMS
A28. ___ Kippur ~ YOM
A31. Preserve ~ CAN
A31. Newsman Pyle ~ ERNIE
A34. Construct ~ ERECT
A35. Puts up ~ ERECTS
A35. "Three men in ___" ~ ATUB
A37. Spigot ~ TAP
A36. "And ___ bed" ~ SOTO
A39. Switch positions ~ ONS
A37. Yule figure ~ FATHERCHRISTMAS
A40. Santa Claus ~ FATHERCHRISTMAS
A40. Raison d'___ ~ ETRE
A44. Noted business conglomerate ~ ITT
A41. Berserk ~ AMOK
A45. Great Lakes cargo ~ ORE
A42. Postpone action on ~ TABLE
A46. C2H6 ~ ETHANE
A43. Music's ___ Speedwagon ~ REO
A47. Sweetie ~ TOOTS
A44. Bills featuring G.W. ~ ONES
A50. 1040 grp. ~ IRS
A45. Comic Lloyd ~ HAROLD
A52. Last name in cosmetics ~ ARDEN
A46. Rainbow ~ ARC
A53. Photo ___ (media events) ~ OPS
A47. Family member ~ SON
A55. Supreme Court Justice Black ~ HUGO
A48. Stacy Keach TV role ~ PAPAHEMINGWAY
A57. Nobel author, informally ~ PAPAHEMINGWAY
A55. Chili spice ~ CUMIN
A63. Pack (down) ~ TAMP
A56. Actress Winningham ~ MARE
A64. To no ___ (worthless) ~ AVAIL
A57. On ~ ATOP
A65. Snake eyes ~ ONES
A59. "Love ___ the Ruins" ~ AMONG
A67. Lemon go-with ~ LIME
A60. Cold desserts ~ ICES
A68. Menu at Chez Jacques ~ CARTE
A61. Civil-rights org. ~ CORE
A69. One of the corners at Four Corners Monument ~ UTAH
A62. Scow ~ BARGE
A70. Blockhead ~ CLOD
A63. Assay ~ TEST
A71. Gouged sneakily ~ KNEED
A64. Portent ~ OMEN
A72. Akron product ~ TIRE
D1. Mom's mate ~ POP
D1. It may be slung in a sling ~ ARM
D2. Cézanne's "Boy in ___ Vest" ~ ARED
D2. Dumptruckful ~ LOAD
D3. O'Hara home ~ TARA
D3. Where China is ~ ASIA
D4. Rosebud, for one ~ SLED
D4. B.L.T., e.g. ~ SANDWICH
D5. With agility ~ SPRYLY
D5. Deuce toppers ~ TREYS
D6. "Camelot" composer ~ LOEWE
D6. Takeoff site ~ RUNWAY
D7. Actor in "The Four Seasons" ~ ALDA
D7. Actress Raines ~ ELLA
D8. Secure a ship ~ MOOR
D8. Not distant ~ NEAR
D9. Exercises ~ SITUPS
D9. Cree or Crow ~ TRIBE
D10. Pamphlet ~ TRACT
D10. Martha Graham, e.g. ~ DANCER
D11. Auto lift ~ RACK
D11. Castle, in chess ~ ROOK
D12. Medical suffix ~ ITIS
D12. Orkin targets ~ ANTS
D13. Darling ~ PET
D13. Quilting party ~ BEE
D21. Italian poet ~ DANTE
D21. "The Divine Comedy" poet ~ DANTE
D22. Disney classic ~ BAMBI
D22. Take advantage of ~ USE
D25. Send (to) ~ REFER
D25. Install to new specifications ~ REFIT
D26. Emulate Demosthenes ~ ORATE
D26. Poet's Muse ~ ERATO
D27. Subway in Milano ~ METRO
D27. Brawl ~ SETTO
D28. Long ~ ACHE
D29. Partner for this and that, with "the" ~ OTHER
D29. Mores ~ ETHOS
D30. Spoil ~ MAR
D30. Wait in hiding ~ LURK
D32. Wanderer ~ NOMAD
D31. Jazz group ~ COMBO
D33. Absurd ~ INANE
D32. In any way ~ ATALL
D34. Ruhr Valley city ~ ESSEN
D33. Did some prying ~ NOSED
D36. Box-office letters ~ SRO
D35. High point ~ ACME
D38. Bit of Trivial Pursuit equipment ~ PIE
D36. Leading role ~ STAR
D41. Dernier ___ ~ CRI
D38. Ponderosa, e.g. ~ RANCH
D42. Coach Amos Alonzo ___ ~ STAGG
D39. Squeaky-voiced Arnold ~ STANG
D43. Discard ~ THROWOUT
D44. A suburb of Newark ~ ORANGE
D48. Went one better than ~ TOPPED
D45. Genuine ~ HONEST
D49. Place for a little R and R ~ SPA
D46. Rich Little's forte ~ APING
D51. Devout Iranian ~ SHIITE
D47. Horses' male parents ~ SIRES
D54. Rough cabin ~ SHACK
D48. Wild cat ~ PUMA
D56. Proceeding independently ~ UNLED
D49. Love, in Juárez ~ AMOR
D57. Item for Jack and Jill ~ PAIL
D50. Give off ~ EMIT
D58. Bullets and such ~ AMMO
D51. Tear-gas relative ~ MACE
D59. Writer Hunter ~ EVAN
D52. Tex. city ~ WACO
D60. Stallion's mate ~ MARE
D53. Smidgen ~ ATOM
D61. The "A" in ABM ~ ANTI
D54. Days of ___ ~ YORE
D62. Vintage ~ YEAR
D55. Truck area ~ CAB
D63. Special attention, for short ~ TLC
D58. Enclosure ~ PEN
D66. "___ Drives Me Crazy" (1989 #1 hit) ~ SHE

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