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  • Title: New York Times, Saturday, August 31, 1968
  • Author: Unknown
  • Editor: Margaret Farrar
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  • Title: New York Times, Friday, March 12, 1999
  • Author: A. J. Santora
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Veer. ~ SWERVE
A1. Eerie feeling ~ DEJAVU
A7. For. ~ PRO
A7. "Alice" spin-off ~ FLO
A10. Atmosphere of a kind. ~ SMOG
A10. Badlands Natl. Park locale ~ SDAK
A14. Dialect. ~ PATOIS
A14. Brightest star in Draco ~ ETAMIN
A15. Poetic time. ~ EEN
A15. "At Seventeen" singer Janis ~ IAN
A16. Own. ~ HAVE
A16. Sound ~ HALE
A17. Approval. ~ ACCEPTANCE
A17. Occasion to give a speech ~ ACCEPTANCE
A19. Unchanged. ~ ASIS
A19. Albania's last Communist president ~ ALIA
A20. Shoe part. ~ TOE
A20. Greek consonant ~ RHO
A21. Garden item. ~ TOMATOPLANT
A21. Something often at stake? ~ TOMATOPLANT
A23. Bonefish. ~ TARPON
A23. "I Am a Camera" setting ~ BERLIN
A25. Depends (on). ~ RELIES
A25. Leans (on) ~ RELIES
A26. Play parts. ~ SCENES
A26. Portaged ~ CARTED
A28. Of a certain tree. ~ CITRO
A28. Of a tart fruit: Prefix ~ CITRO
A30. Azores stopover. ~ HORTA
A30. Mohawk River city ~ UTICA
A31. Pay attention, modern style. ~ GETWITHIT
A31. Admonition to the unhip ~ GETWITHIT
A35. ___ rule. ~ ASA
A35. Clockmaker Terry ~ ELI
A36. Black substance. ~ TAR
A36. "___ Te Ching" (classic Chinese work) ~ TAO
A38. ___ Canals. ~ SOO
A38. Yemana's portrayer on "Barney Miller" ~ SOO
A39. Dist. ~ YDS
A39. Singer Sumac ~ YMA
A40. Divest of reality. ~ DISEMBODY
A40. Free from the flesh ~ DISEMBODY
A43. A ___ dozen. ~ DIMEA
A43. Exhortation after grace ~ DIGIN
A45. Join forces. ~ MERGE
A45. "Hard Cash" author Charles ~ READE
A46. Offender. ~ SINNER
A46. Time for a break ~ SPRING
A47. The same. ~ ALLONE
A47. Blacksmiths' needs ~ APRONS
A50. Twisted: Prefix. ~ PLECTO
A50. Resurrect, old-style ~ ARAISE
A52. City in Tennessee. ~ CHATTANOOGA
A52. Wasn't rebellious ~ TOEDTHELINE
A54. Law: Fr. ~ LOI
A54. Bird grp. ~ NBA
A57. Adopt. ~ TAKE
A57. Pansophic ~ WISE
A58. Advisers. ~ CONSULTORS
A58. Preflight procedure ~ INSPECTION
A60. Customer. ~ USER
A60. Alphabet book phrase ~ ASIN
A61. Italian number. ~ TRE
A61. "___ too shabby" ~ NOT
A62. Funeral orations. ~ ELOGES
A62. Kind of ticket ~ SEASON
A63. Bridge term. ~ PASS
A63. Let out ~ RENT
A64. Deplorable. ~ SAD
A64. Mil. aide ~ GSO
A65. Either of two opposing points in an orbit. ~ SYZYGY
A65. Dangerous dipteran ~ TSETSE
D1. Quarrel. ~ SPAT
D1. Billet-doux beginner ~ DEAR
D2. Texas city. ~ WACO
D2. Write with a point ~ ETCH
D3. Odds and ends. ~ ETCETERAS
D3. "The Battle With the Slum" author ~ JACOBRIIS
D4. Richard ___. ~ ROE
D4. Rosemary Clooney's "Botch-___" ~ AME
D5. Red-carpet reception. ~ VIPTREATMENT
D5. Red-carpet reception ~ VIPTREATMENT
D6. Prohibits. ~ ESTOPS
D6. Countless ~ UNTOLD
D7. Church term. ~ PENANCE
D7. Back ~ FINANCE
D8. Parsonage: Abbr. ~ RECT
D8. Milk: Prefix ~ LACT
D9. A few. ~ ONEORTWO
D9. Not many ~ ONEORTWO
D10. Green onion. ~ SHALLOT
D10. Béarnaise ingredient ~ SHALLOT
D11. Kenyan people. ~ MASAI
D11. Start of a holy name ~ DALAI
D12. Sheeplike. ~ OVINE
D12. Fashion mode ~ ALINE
D13. Exploits. ~ GESTS
D13. "Hyperion" poet ~ KEATS
D18. I love: Lat. ~ AMO
D18. Friend of Nancy ~ AMI
D22. From time to time. ~ PERIODICALLY
D22. Some antiques ~ PERIODPIECES
D24. Hill dweller. ~ ANT
D24. Enumeration abbr. ~ ETC
D26. Fishy treat. ~ SHAD
D26. Helped with a line ~ CUED
D27. Thus: It. ~ COSI
D27. Brynhild's brother, in myth ~ ATLI
D29. ___-bitsy. ~ ITSY
D29. Tiny, informally ~ ITSY
D31. Liquor, nautical style. ~ GROG
D31. Yummy ~ GOOD
D32. Music of a special form. ~ HYMNOLOGY
D32. Dental worker ~ HYGIENIST
D33. ___ fixe. ~ IDEE
D33. What a folder wouldn't say ~ IMIN
D34. Ruler. ~ TSAR
D34. Little kick ~ TANG
D37. Expresses an emotion. ~ ABREACTS
D37. Discomfiting ~ ABASHING
D41. Ham actors. ~ EMOTERS
D41. Like water or wind ~ ERODENT
D42. Testified. ~ DEPONED
D42. Gives a hand ~ DEALSTO
D44. Carrying charge: Abbr. ~ INT
D44. Org. with many schedules ~ IRS
D46. Transitions, in music. ~ SEGUES
D46. Least buggy ~ SANEST
D47. Behave obstreperously. ~ ACTUP
D47. Crossing swords ~ ATWAR
D48. City of Tibet. ~ LHASA
D48. Sang-froid ~ POISE
D49. Louise and others. ~ LAKES
D49. Dragon's blood, e.g. ~ RESIN
D51. ___ Alamos. ~ LOS
D51. Job for a tailor ~ RIP
D53. Eleanor's cousin. ~ NORA
D53. Chimp in space ~ ENOS
D55. Where Astoria is: Abbr. ~ OREG
D55. Responses to some calls ~ BOOS
D56. Suburb of Paris. ~ ISSY
D56. Frank or Francis ~ ANNE
D59. From A ___ ~ TOZ
D59. South Korea's Roh ___ Woo ~ TAE

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