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  • Title: New York Times, Tuesday, December 11, 1984
  • Author: Louis Sabin
  • Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, December 4, 1995
  • Author: Sidney L. Robbins
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Caron-Ferrer film: 1953 ~ LILI
A1. Parenthetical comment ~ ASIDE
A5. Singer's syllables ~ SOLFA
A6. Purse item ~ COMB
A10. Basenji's lack ~ BARK
A10. Glove compartment items ~ MAPS
A14. Ideal spot ~ EDEN
A14. Cowboy event ~ RODEO
A15. Shade of green ~ ALOES
A15. ____ vera ~ ALOE
A16. Seed husk ~ ARIL
A16. "Peace ____ hand" ~ ISAT
A17. Takes a drink ~ WETSONESWHISTLE
A17. Absolutely spotless ~ CLEANASAWHISTLE
A20. African garb ~ DASHIKIS
A20. Get well ~ HEAL
A21. Cotton fabric ~ LISLE
A21. Guys ~ MEN
A22. A ___ able ~ ASIN
A22. One with nothing original to say ~ ECHOER
A23. Replete ~ FULL
A23. Towel word ~ HIS
A25. Soprano Mary: 1877–1967 ~ GARDEN
A24. Apply unevenly, as grease ~ SMEARON
A28. Choir voices ~ ALTI
A25. Prejudiced ~ BIASED
A29. Long-gone bird ~ MOA
A29. Equipped by a blacksmith ~ SHOD
A32. Buck ender ~ AROO
A30. Nile dam ~ ASWAN
A33. Respond to a corny joke ~ GROAN
A31. Blood mass ~ CLOT
A34. NATO, e.g. ~ ORG
A32. Terms of sale ~ ASIS
A35. Exposes crooks ~ BLOWSTHEWHISTLE
A36. Exposes corruption ~ BLOWSTHEWHISTLE
A39. Guitarist Paul ~ LES
A39. Slippery customers ~ EELS
A40. Links gear ~ IRONS
A40. Regrets ~ RUES
A41. Collar or jacket ~ ETON
A41. Gambler's fund ~ STAKE
A42. Noun suffix ~ ENT
A42. Spanish painter José ~ SERT
A43. Singer Kirk ~ LISA
A43. Singer Ross et al. ~ DIANAS
A44. Calif. college founded in 1887 ~ POMONA
A44. Asia's ____ Sea ~ CASPIAN
A46. Aped Niobe ~ WEPT
A48. Derek and Diddley ~ BOS
A47. Cotton unit ~ BALE
A49. Lee Harvey ____ ~ OSWALD
A48. Great amount ~ OCEAN
A50. Corn unit ~ EAR
A51. Defender's fence ~ PALISADE
A51. Song for one ~ SOLO
A55. Museum piece ~ WHISTLERSMOTHER
A55. "Arrangement in Grey and Black No. 1" ~ WHISTLERSMOTHER
A58. Fluff ~ LINT
A58. Camera part ~ LENS
A59. Type size ~ AGATE
A59. Vogue competitor ~ ELLE
A60. Mrs. Peel of "The Avengers" ~ EMMA
A60. Put in a straight row ~ ALINE
A61. Graf ___ ~ SPEE
A61. Snick or ____ ~ SNEE
A62. "Algiers" co-star ~ BOYER
A62. Santa's vehicle ~ SLED
A63. Film segment ~ REEL
A63. Alex Haley work ~ ROOTS
D1. Lascivious ~ LEWD
D1. Part of a foot ~ ARCH
D2. Conceit ~ IDEA
D2. Part of a foot ~ SOLE
D3. Rents ~ LETS
D3. Thought ~ IDEA
D4. "There is light ___ . . . ": Larcom ~ INSHADOW
D4. Distribute, as cards ~ DEAL
D5. Reached the brain ~ SANKIN
D5. Long, long ago ~ EON
D6. Fat liquid ~ OLEIN
D6. Units of beer ~ CASES
D7. Setback ~ LOSS
D7. Pearl Buck heroine ~ OLAN
D8. Select number ~ FEW
D8. Cut the lawn ~ MOW
D9. Residue ~ ASH
D9. Biblical beast ~ BEHEMOTH
D10. Rathbone ~ BASIL
D10. Baryshnikov, to friends ~ MISHA
D11. Letters' other half ~ ARTS
D11. 20's-40's actress Mary ~ ASTOR
D12. Small brook ~ RILL
D12. Prefix with -lithic ~ PALEO
D13. Abstractionist Paul ~ KLEE
D13. Unyielding ~ STERN
D18. Seine feeder ~ OISE
D18. In the center of ~ AMID
D19. Big Ten's Fighting ___ ~ ILLINI
D19. Like summer tea ~ ICED
D23. Runs ~ FLOWS
D23. Biddies ~ HENS
D24. Osmonds' home state ~ UTAH
D24. Displays ~ SHOWS
D25. "The Misfits" star ~ GABLE
D25. ____ Ruth ~ BABE
D26. "Get Happy" composer ~ ARLEN
D26. Capri, e.g. ~ ISLE
D27. Pigeon's place ~ ROOST
D27. Off-base solider ~ AWOL
D28. Action site ~ ARENA
D28. Old sayings ~ SAWS
D29. "Veritas vincit," for one ~ MOTTO
D29. Winter driving hazard ~ SLEET
D30. Synthetic fabric ~ ORLON
D31. Make butter the old-fashioned way ~ CHURN
D31. NASA hardware ~ AGENA
D32. Movie pooch ~ ASTA
D33. Hamlet's father in Act I ~ GHOST
D33. Baseball's ____ the Man ~ STAN
D36. Kind of film ~ SILENT
D34. Actress Chase ~ ILKA
D37. Journey ~ TRIP
D35. Understands ~ SEES
D38. Oberlin time frame ~ SEMESTER
D37. Sewing machine parts ~ TREADLES
D44. Links legend ~ PALMER
D38. Egyptian mother goddess ~ ISIS
D45. Hodgepodge ~ OLIO
D42. Sediment ~ SILT
D46. E.P.A. concern ~ WASTE
D43. College home ~ DORM
D47. Tack ~ BASTE
D44. Monks' hoods ~ COWLS
D48. Temple team ~ OWLS
D45. Wan ~ ASHEN
D49. Computer item ~ CHIP
D46. Sty dwellers ~ SWINE
D50. "___ kleine Nachtmusik" ~ EINE
D47. Old hat ~ PASSE
D51. Show devotion ~ PRAY
D48. Situated ~ BASED
D52. Sigher's phrase ~ AHME
D50. ____ Stanley Gardner ~ ERLE
D53. Attican township ~ DEME
D51. Normandy campaign town ~ STLO
D54. Of a time ~ ERAL
D52. Louisville's river ~ OHIO
D56. Coll. room ~ LAB
D53. Post-Mardi Gras period ~ LENT
D57. Jungian concern ~ EGO
D54. Gold holders ~ ORES

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