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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, October 2, 1995
  • Author: Joy L. Wouk
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, May 24, 2004
  • Author: Frederick J. Healy
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: July 19, 2005 - "Around the Clock"
  • Author: Martin Ashwood-Smith
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A1. Actor Guinness ~ ALEC
A1. Dreadful, as circumstances ~ DIRE
A1. Give in ~ ACCEDE
A5. Philatelist's book ~ ALBUM
A5. One not of high morals ~ TRAMP
A7. Got one's point across? ~ IMPALED
A10. Cure ~ HEAL
A10. Spanish house ~ CASA
A14. They're genetically identical ~ CLONES
A14. Impetuous ~ RASH
A14. TV's "American ___" ~ IDOL
A15. Palliates ~ RELIEVES
A15. Monte ____ ~ CARLO
A15. Come back ~ RECUR
A17. Irish greeting ~ TOPOFTHEMORNING
A16. "Rule, Britannia" composer ~ ARNE
A16. Shakespeare, the Bard of ___ ~ AVON
A19. Manner of performance ~ STYLE
A17. Old-fashioned greeting ~ TOPOFTHEMORNING
A17. 1970 Richard Thomas film adapted from a Richard Bradford novel ~ REDSKYATMORNING
A20. From the beginning ~ ANEW
A20. Brings up, as young ~ REARS
A20. Mao ___-tung ~ TSE
A21. Hard ___ (busily working) ~ ATIT
A21. Dancer de Mille ~ AGNES
A21. Hula shakers ~ HIPS
A22. Ogees, e.g. ~ ARCHES
A22. Located ~ SITED
A22. To no ___ (uselessly) ~ AVAIL
A24. False things ~ SHAMS
A25. Item in 5 Across ~ STAMP
A23. Outlaws ~ BANS
A25. Pub's pour ~ ALE
A28. Release, as the end of a chain ~ UNHOOK
A24. Wall Street business ~ FINANCE
A28. Patty Hearst's one-time org. ~ SLA
A30. Annual golf tournament, with "the" ~ MASTERS
A26. Jumped ~ SPRANG
A29. Rock's ___ Speedwagon ~ REO
A35. Parisian summer ~ ETE
A29. Long baths ~ SOAKS
A30. Not functioning, in NASA-speak ~ NOGO
A36. Iterate ~ REPEAT
A30. Ayatollah's land ~ IRAN
A32. Discoverer's cry ~ OHO
A39. Inter ____ ~ ALIA
A31. Kunta ___ of "Roots" ~ KINTE
A34. Musical Kitt ~ EARTHA
A40. 1975 Pacino film ~ DOGDAYAFTERNOON
A32. Duo ~ TWO
A38. Pacino movie of 1975 ~ DOGDAYAFTERNOON
A43. Needle case ~ ETUI
A35. 1975 Al Pacino film ~ DOGDAYAFTERNOON
A41. Moe, for one ~ STOOGE
A44. Spy magazine feature ~ SATIRE
A39. Lamb's mother ~ EWE
A42. Comic book dog sound ~ ARF
A45. Suffix with Brooklyn or Manhattan ~ ITE
A40. Landlord payments ~ RENTS
A43. Exxon, in Canada ~ ESSO
A46. Dreamer: Fr. ~ SONGEUR
A41. Shrek, for one ~ OGRE
A44. Club ___ ~ MED
A48. Equilibriums ~ STASES
A42. Slight hangups ~ SNAGS
A45. Brain monitor letters ~ EEG
A50. Cathedral parts ~ APSES
A43. Reveries ~ DREAMS
A47. Gender ~ SEX
A53. Manage to avoid ~ AVERT
A45. Oilless paint ~ TEMPERA
A48. Put "punch" in the punch ~ LACED
A54. "Damn Yankees" composer ~ ADLER
A48. Cure ~ HEAL
A51. Taper ~ CANDLE
A58. Bulgaria's capital ~ SOFIA
A49. Lily family plants ~ ALOES
A54. Plenty ~ ALOT
A60. "The Magic Flute" role with "the" ~ QUEENOFTHENIGHT
A50. Arias, usually ~ SOLI
A55. Artist Chagall ~ MARC
A66. Stalin's land ~ USSR
A51. King topper ~ ACE
A56. Assumed name ~ ALIAS
A67. "What ____!" ("That's funny!") ~ AHOOT
A54. 1941 Priscilla Lane film whose title was a #1 song ~ BLUESINTHENIGHT
A60. Harold Arlen classic ~ BLUESINTHENIGHT
A68. Zhivago's love ~ LARA
A58. Advance, as money ~ LEND
A63. They hit the high notes ~ SOPRANOS
A69. J.D. holder ~ ATTY
A59. Lollapalooza ~ BEAUT
A64. Skin problem ~ ECZEMA
A70. Café cup ~ TASSE
A60. Bridle strap ~ REIN
A65. Give evidence ~ TESTIFY
A71. Gush ~ SPEW
A61. Football positions ~ ENDS
A66. More orderly ~ NEATER
D1. Mr. Linkletter ~ ART
A62. "I'm innocent!" ~ NOTME
D1. Does something ~ ACTS
D2. Vientiane native ~ LAO
A63. Poet ___ St. Vincent Millay ~ EDNA
D2. Coagulate ~ CLOT
D3. Telepathy ~ ESP
D1. Earth ~ DIRT
D3. Go ape? ~ COPY
D4. Dance: Prefix ~ CHOREO
D2. Midmonth date ~ IDES
D4. ___ Gay ~ ENOLA
D5. "____ Sanctorum" ~ ACTA
D3. Was transported ~ RODE
D5. Puts off ~ DEFERS
D6. Actor Bert et al. ~ LAHRS
D4. Raised railroads ~ ELS
D6. NYC clock setting ~ EST
D7. French seaport ~ BREST
D5. Difficult ~ TRYING
D7. Peace goddess ~ IRENE
D8. Einstein's birthplace ~ ULM
D6. Harvests ~ REAPS
D8. Cultural ideas ~ MEMES
D9. Bossy's call ~ MOO
D7. Intermissions separate them ~ ACTS
D9. Farmer's implement ~ PLOW
D10. Suspend ~ HANG
D8. Silent ~ MUM
D10. Auto option, briefly ~ AIR
D11. Ireland ~ ERIN
D9. ___-am (sports competition) ~ PRO
D11. "If You Believe" singer ~ LENAHORNE
D12. Green Gables girl ~ ANNE
D10. Sail material ~ CANVAS
D12. "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" musical ~ EVITA
D13. Gangster Diamond ~ LEGS
D11. Birdlike ~ AVIAN
D13. Jeans material ~ DENIM
D18. Felt topper ~ FEDORA
D12. ___ boom ~ SONIC
D16. Some NCOs ~ SGTS
D19. 90's songs ~ RAPS
D13. Corner ~ ANGLE
D18. "Very funny!" ~ HAHAHA
D22. Shoe leathers for Elvis ~ SUEDES
D18. Mongol title ~ KHAN
D23. Satiated ~ CLOYED
D23. As a whole ~ INTOTO
D19. Fouler ~ RANKER
D24. Cauterize ~ SEAR
D24. What early starters jump ~ THEGUN
D23. Wedding reception staple ~ BAND
D25. No ifs, ___, or buts ~ ANDS
D26. Fine violin ~ AMATI
D24. Type assortments ~ FONTS
D26. Booty ~ LOOT
D27. British moms ~ MATERS
D25. "I can't believe ___ ..." (old ad catchphrase) ~ IATE
D27. Frozen waffle brand ~ EGGO
D29. Becomes tense ~ KEYSUP
D26. Lateral part ~ SIDE
D29. Reduced, as a sail ~ REEFED
D31. Sunlamp product ~ TAN
D27. Ship's front ~ PROW
D31. Mileage counters ~ ODOMETERS
D32. Plaza brat, in children's lit ~ ELOISE
D28. Fury ~ RAGE
D33. "Son ___ gun!" ~ OFA
D33. Hooligan ~ RIOTER
D29. Sorts (through) ~ SIFTS
D35. Throw carelessly ~ TOSS
D34. Most logical ~ SANEST
D31. Australian hopper, for short ~ KANGA
D36. It may go to blazes ~ HOSE
D37. TV host Jack and others ~ PAARS
D32. "Gladiator" garment ~ TOGA
D37. Strong as ___ ~ ANOX
D38. Salamander ~ EFT
D33. Fish bait ~ WORM
D39. Matured ~ AGED
D41. Make a hole ~ DIG
D34. Halves of a 32-Across ~ ONES
D40. Type of warfare ~ TRENCH
D42. Keep ~ RETAIN
D36. James of "Gunsmoke" ~ ARNESS
D46. Quick look ~ GLANCE
D47. Make money ~ EARN
D37. Wine vintage ~ YEAR
D48. Mad scientists' hangouts ~ LABS
D49. _____ oneself of (uses) ~ AVAILS
D38. Christmas song ~ NOEL
D49. Dish out ~ ALLOT
D51. These, in Lima ~ ESTOS
D42. Zips (along) ~ SPEEDS
D50. Two-door car ~ COUPE
D52. New York and London areas ~ SOHOS
D43. X out ~ DELETE
D51. Open a ___ worms ~ CANOF
D54. Water, for Cato ~ AQUA
D44. Cause for umbrellas ~ RAIN
D52. Pretentious ~ ARTSY
D55. Maid's target ~ DUST
D45. Billiards furniture ~ TABLE
D53. Ms. Doolittle ~ ELIZA
D56. "____ we forget" ~ LEST
D46. Actress Burstyn ~ ELLEN
D55. Short skirt ~ MINI
D57. Weird: Var. ~ EERY
D47. Knoll ~ MOUND
D57. "___ Around" (Beach Boys hit) ~ IGET
D59. Entertain grandly ~ FETE
D48. Yawn-inducing ~ HOHUM
D58. "Alas!" ~ AHME
D61. Dobbin's tidbit ~ OAT
D50. Yards rushing, e.g. ~ STAT
D59. Headliner ~ STAR
D62. Agcy. for homeowners ~ FHA
D51. Elderly ~ AGED
D61. Posed ~ SAT
D63. Hiatus ~ GAP
D52. Goatee site ~ CHIN
D62. Suffix with Hallow ~ EEN
D64. Charlemagne's domain: Abbr. ~ HRE
D53. Sicilian volcano ~ ETNA
D65. Playing marble ~ TAW
D55. Son of, in Arabic names ~ IBN

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