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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, September 29, 2003
  • Author: Richard Chisholm
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: December 4, 2003 - "I'm Busy!"
  • Author: Randall J. Hartman
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  • Title: PLEASE CONTINUE
  • Author: By Kenneth Holt
  • Editor: Timothy Parker
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A1. Knife wound ~ STAB
A1. Prepare for a marathon, with "up" ~ CARB
A1. Biting remark ~ BARB
A5. Mission Control org. ~ NASA
A5. Struggle for breath ~ GASP
A5. Sudan's neighbor ~ CHAD
A9. Letter after Beta in a society's name ~ KAPPA
A9. Russian villa ~ DACHA
A9. "___ heaven" ~ THANK
A14. Broadway musical set in ancient Egypt ~ AIDA
A14. Omnium-gatherum ~ OLIO
A14. Branch-and-stem angle ~ AXIL
A15. "___ fair in love and war" ~ ALLS
A15. Director Preminger ~ OTTO
A15. Gushing review ~ RAVE
A16. Oak starter ~ ACORN
A16. Homeric epic ~ ILIAD
A16. Capital of Vietnam ~ HANOI
A17. Light from a halo ~ GLOW
A17. Carry on ~ RANT
A17. Male steady ~ BEAU
A18. ___ Marsala ~ VEAL
A18. "Look before you ___" ~ LEAP
A18. Seed sheath ~ ARIL
A19. Like many bathroom floors ~ TILED
A19. Chop into small pieces, à la Emeril ~ MINCE
A19. Dadaist painter Max ~ ERNST
A20. Continuously ~ ALLDAYEVERYDAY
A20. Paul McCartney was busy... ~ EIGHTDAYSAWEEK
A20. Continuously ~ ALLDAYEVERYDAY
A23. Potato feature ~ EYE
A23. Opposite of ques. ~ ANS
A23. ___ onto (grab hold of) ~ GLOM
A24. Plant starters ~ SEEDS
A24. "The One I Love" band ~ REM
A24. Creeping plant ~ IVY
A25. Ninny ~ ASS
A25. Anthracite storage ~ BIN
A25. Milk protein ~ CASEIN
A27. Civil War inits. ~ CSA
A26. Related by blood ~ AKIN
A28. Hill runner ~ PAGE
A30. Tire gauge reading: Abbr. ~ PSI
A28. "___ even go there!" ~ DONT
A30. ___ and Driver (popular magazine) ~ CAR
A31. Society page word ~ NEE
A30. Origin of Frankenstein's monster ~ LAB
A33. Low female voices ~ ALTOS
A34. Parts of mins. ~ SECS
A33. Facing a pitcher ~ ATBAT
A34. Fleece-seekers' sailing ship ~ ARGO
A36. Common place for a tattoo ~ ARM
A35. Primo ~ AONE
A35. Latvia's largest city ~ RIGA
A38. Actor O'Brien ~ EDMOND
A36. "Sock it ___!" ~ TOME
A36. Continuously ~ TWENTYFOURSEVEN
A40. Continuously ~ TWENTYFOURSEVEN
A37. The mathematician was busy... ~ TWENTYFOURSEVEN
A39. Spectacles supporters ~ EARS
A43. Be almost out ~ RUNLOW
A40. Distance associated with Roger Bannister ~ MILE
A40. Reduce, as pain ~ EASE
A44. Stamp's place: Abbr. ~ ENV
A41. Misses the mark ~ ERRS
A41. Stand something on its head ~ UPEND
A45. Tibetan monk ~ LAMA
A42. Style ~ TREND
A42. Bread choice ~ RYE
A46. Choose ~ OPT
A43. Longtime NBC comedy series, for short ~ SNL
A43. Undressed ~ BARE
A47. Letter before Beta in a society's name ~ PHI
A44. Cambodia neighbor ~ LAOS
A44. Characterized by obscenity ~ SMUTTY
A49. Always, poetically ~ EER
A45. Award won by "Hairspray" ~ TONY
A45. Neither's partner ~ NOR
A51. The "S" of CBS: Abbr. ~ SYS
A46. "___ out!" ~ FAR
A46. Flat, broad and thick piece ~ SLAB
A52. Pool member ~ STENO
A47. Psi preceder ~ CHI
A47. Continuously ~ AROUNDTHECLOCK
A54. PC key ~ ESC
A48. Slangy putdown ~ DIS
A54. Hurl forcefully ~ FLING
A56. Continuously ~ AROUNDTHECLOCK
A51. The timekeeper was busy... ~ AROUNDTHECLOCK
A55. Knight's time ~ YORE
A62. It often follows a pun ~ GROAN
A56. Excalibur, notably ~ SWORD
A56. It's pumped in gyms ~ IRON
A63. Inhabitants: Suffix ~ ITES
A57. Den or study ~ ROOM
A57. Nut-yielding tree ~ BEECH
A64. Loads and loads ~ ATON
A58. The eyes have it ~ UVEA
A58. First word of KISS ~ KEEP
A65. Vibrant ~ ALIVE
A59. Tickle pink ~ ELATE
A59. Revived (with "to") ~ CAME
A66. Harvest ~ REAP
A60. Mystique ~ AURA
A60. Archipelago part ~ ISLET
A67. "Good going!" ~ NICE
A61. Neither masc. nor fem. ~ NEUT
A61. Small whirlpool ~ EDDY
A68. Shoe bottoms ~ SOLES
A62. Ed of "Lou Grant" ~ ASNER
A62. Side order at KFC ~ SLAW
A69. Pretentious ~ ARTY
A63. Small songbird ~ WREN
D1. Rich cake with raisins ~ BABA
A70. Thieves' accumulation ~ TAKE
A64. Classification ~ TYPE
D2. Certain leap on skates ~ AXEL
D1. Story that goes on and on ~ SAGA
D1. Jazz pianist Chick ~ COREA
D3. Monetary unit of Iran ~ RIAL
D2. Plow ~ TILL
D2. French actor Delon ~ ALAIN
D4. Uses a club as a weapon ~ BLUDGEONS
D3. Preadult ~ ADOLESCENT
D3. Sounds familiar ~ RINGSABELL
D5. Coloring implement ~ CRAYON
D4. Ribald ~ BAWDY
D4. Two together ~ BOTH
D6. Group of whales ~ HAREM
D5. Shade of blue ~ NAVY
D5. Highly favored ~ GOLDEN
D7. Tel ___-Jaffa ~ AVIV
D6. Away from the wind ~ ALEE
D6. Special Forces unit ~ ATEAM
D8. Printer's notation ~ DELE
D7. Hungarians are situated between them ~ SLAVS
D7. Hang around ~ STAY
D9. "Look What ___ Done to My Song, Ma" (1970 hit) ~ THEYVE
D8. Out for the night ~ ASLEEP
D8. Flies out to Barry Bonds, with "up" ~ POPS
D10. Rooney role ~ HARDY
D9. Summer chirpers ~ KATYDIDS
D9. No Einstein, this one ~ DIMWIT
D11. "The King and I" woman ~ ANNA
D10. Citric and others ~ ACIDS
D10. 1979 Sigourney Weaver thriller ~ ALIEN
D12. Apt to pry ~ NOSY
D11. Silent film vamp Negri ~ POLA
D11. Cannes showing ~ CINE
D13. Caboodle companion ~ KIT
D12. The hunted ~ PREY
D12. Tabloid reporter, to some ~ HACK
D21. Cream of the celebrity crop ~ ALIST
D13. In addition ~ AND
D13. Lime drink ~ ADE
D22. Lack of laxness ~ RIGOR
D21. N.R.C. predecessor ~ AEC
D21. Country singer Travis ~ TRITT
D25. Provide the meal ~ CATER
D22. Special portion of a vintner's output ~ RESERVE
D22. Baseball pioneer Doubleday ~ ABNER
D26. Ne'er's opposite ~ ALWAY
D25. Houston player ~ ASTRO
D27. "Citizen ___" ~ KANE
D27. About 1.3 cubic yards ~ STERE
D26. Clinch ~ SEWUP
D28. Jim Morrison's group, with "the" ~ DOORS
D28. Everyday speech ~ PROSE
D28. Pourer's comment ~ SAYWHEN
D29. Burden ~ ONUS
D29. Fever with chills ~ AGUE
D29. Terrier's cry ~ ARF
D30. Affectionate ~ LOVEYDOVEY
D30. Cat relatives of perfume fame ~ CIVET
D31. Acadia, today ~ NOVASCOTIA
D31. "Preach on, brother!" ~ AMEN
D31. Movie star's rep ~ AGENT
D32. Group to attack ~ ENEMY
D32. Curve in the road ~ BEND
D32. Travis of country music ~ RANDY
D33. Authors Ferber and O'Brien ~ EDNAS
D33. Cash dispensers (inits.) ~ ATMS
D34. A great distance ~ AFAR
D35. Inits. in TV comedy since 1975 ~ SNL
D34. Metrodome player ~ TWIN
D35. Commonwealths ~ REPUBLICS
D37. One of the Three Stooges ~ MOE
D35. This was seen at Woodstock ~ AFRO
D37. Feel wistful ~ YEARN
D39. Gibson of "Braveheart" ~ MEL
D36. Little gull ~ TERN
D38. Poison ivy relative ~ SUMAC
D41. Hit parade contents ~ TOPTUNES
D38. Hanker ~ YEARN
D43. Purchased ~ BOUGHT
D42. Le Monde article ~ UNE
D39. Impassive ~ STOIC
D44. Bashful's companion ~ SLEEPY
D48. Prime Minister Gandhi ~ INDIRA
D44. Last name in mascara ~ LAUDER
D45. The time being ~ NONCE
D50. Kind of room ~ REC
D45. Oppressive authority figure ~ THEMAN
D46. Ragged bit ~ SHRED
D52. Italian wine ~ SOAVE
D46. Music, to a musician ~ FORTE
D47. Round at the pub ~ ALES
D53. Cousin of a mink ~ OTTER
D47. Taking out the trash or walking the dog ~ CHORE
D48. 100 sen, in Phnom Penh ~ RIEL
D55. Not be perpendicular ~ SLANT
D49. Freeze, like a road ~ ICEUP
D49. Actor Dick Van ___ ~ DYKE
D56. Singer Guthrie ~ ARLO
D50. Emulate Eric Heiden ~ SKATE
D50. Pointy-___ shoe ~ TOED
D57. Disturb ~ ROIL
D51. Shoemaker's holemakers ~ AWLS
D51. Spoken or sung ~ ORAL
D58. Summer phenomenon ~ HEAT
D52. Mottled horse ~ ROAN
D52. 1977 best-seller set at Memorial Hospital ~ COMA
D59. Catch sight of ~ ESPY
D53. Shout heard at the O.K. Corral? ~ DRAW
D53. Had down cold ~ KNEW
D60. Rooster ~ COCK
D54. "Magical Mystery ___" (1968 Beatles album) ~ TOUR
D54. DOJ arm ~ FBI
D61. "Trick" body part ~ KNEE
D55. Alfred of the theater ~ LUNT
D62. Stove option ~ GAS
D56. Black or White ~ SEA

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