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  • Title: New York Times, Saturday, May 31, 1997
  • Author: Frank Longo
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: New York Times, Saturday, November 8, 2003
  • Author: Sherry O. Blackard
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. One may be red, white or silver ~ FIR
A1. Rather good at reporting ~ DAN
A4. Bar placed across a guitar fingerboard ~ CAPO
A4. "Moses" author ~ ASCH
A8. Buttonhole ~ ACCOST
A8. One given to gushing ~ EMOTER
A14. Osaka-to-Tokyo dir. ~ ENE
A14. "Turn to Stone" grp. ~ ELO
A15. Neisse River's outlet ~ ODER
A15. Dynasty of Confucius ~ CHOU
A16. Mambo's cousin ~ CHACHA
A16. Rabbit ears, e.g. ~ DIPOLE
A17. Light, one-seated carriage ~ STANHOPE
A17. College entrance consideration ~ SATSCORE
A19. Night-blooming cactus ~ CEREUS
A19. Still in the original package ~ UNUSED
A20. Coal tar derivatives ~ TOLUENES
A20. Gets ready beforehand, in a way ~ PRECOOKS
A21. One may be terrible ~ ENFANT
A21. Like Satan worshipers ~ CULTIC
A22. Approve, in a way ~ INITIAL
A22. Lends ~ IMPARTS
A23. Oscar winner Wiest ~ DIANNE
A23. Past tense? ~ ATEASE
A24. Robe rooms ~ VESTRIES
A24. One that gives you an eyeful? ~ TEARDUCT
A26. More mysterious ~ EERIER
A26. Corporeal cord ~ TENDON
A27. Host ~ ARMY
A27. Drain feature ~ EDDY
A28. Rips through pages? ~ SPEEDREADS
A28. Like many churches ~ PROTESTANT
A30. Melted glace ~ EAU
A30. Years ~ ERA
A31. Beastly blower ~ BIGBADWOLF
A31. Storied home wrecker ~ BIGBADWOLF
A38. Opera "The Tale of ___ Saltan" ~ TSAR
A38. Shout to the team ~ MUSH
A42. Antarctica's ___ Coast ~ ADELIE
A42. Antarctica's ___ Coast ~ ADELIE
A43. "Tsk!" ~ FORSHAME
A43. Enter quietly ~ SLIPINTO
A45. Cruise destination ~ RESORT
A45. Turn (to) ~ RESORT
A46. Statue brought to life, in myth ~ GALATEA
A46. Taking off ~ ONADIET
A47. Kind of plan ~ BATTLE
A47. Source of some scars ~ BATTLE
A48. Studying secondarily ~ MINORING
A48. Hierarchs ~ PRELATES
A49. Musicians' treasures ~ AMATIS
A49. Famous Cremona family ~ AMATIS
A50. Almost any Three Stooges movie ~ ESCAPADE
A50. Water, in other words ~ ADAMSALE
A51. Heed John the Baptist's advice ~ REPENT
A51. Religious exhortation ~ REPENT
A52. "The Girl With the Hatbox" star ~ STEN
A52. Some injections ~ SERA
A53. "Taps" time ~ TEN
A53. Coastline feature ~ RIA
A54. Electroplating terminals ~ ANODES
A54. Current entry points ~ ANODES
A55. Kettle sound ~ SSSS
A55. Disposal items ~ ORTS
A56. It starts in April in D.C. ~ EDT
A56. Even ~ YET
D1. A Ford ~ FESTIVA
D1. Regardless of ~ DESPITE
D2. One who does voice-overs ~ INTONER
D2. Not at all calm ~ ALARMED
D3. Style of the Ashcan School ~ REALISM
D3. Need for taking 9-Down ~ NOTEPAD
D4. Beneficiary's brother, perhaps ~ COHEIR
D4. Proper relationship ~ ACCORD
D5. Keats, to Shelley ~ ADONAIS
D5. Skyrocket ~ SHOOTUP
D6. Cartoon character who debuted in 1944 ~ PEPELEPEW
D6. Feature of some roller coasters ~ CORKSCREW
D7. They're found in the ground ~ ORES
D7. Rose and burgundy, e.g. ~ HUES
D8. Assumed, with "to" ~ ACCEDED
D8. Tell a thing or two ~ EDUCATE
D9. Guillotined French poet Andre de ___ ~ CHENIER
D9. They may be brought to a business meeting ~ MINUTES
D10. Dough to go? ~ CARFARE
D10. Ritzy ~ OPULENT
D11. About 3.5 million square miles ~ OCEANIA
D11. Taqueria order ~ TOSTADA
D12. Didn't go near ~ SHUNNED
D12. "Have mercy" in Masses ~ ELEISON
D13. Some test participants ~ TASTERS
D13. Pittance ~ REDCENT
D18. Cracked ~ NUTTY
D18. Goose-pimply ~ SCARY
D25. Words before "Love" on screen and in song ~ SEAOF
D25. They're baited in rings ~ TOROS
D29. Lauders ~ EULOGISTS
D29. Tough request ~ TALLORDER
D31. Nancy's successor ~ BARBARA
D31. Rush in a movie theater ~ BARBARA
D32. Creative types ~ IDEAMEN
D32. Professional light bulb producers? ~ IDEAMEN
D33. Heavy-handed group ~ GESTAPO
D33. Suppressing opposition brutally ~ GESTAPO
D34. Obscured, with "out" ~ BLOTTED
D34. Eradicated, with "out" ~ BLOTTED
D35. Travel agent's suggestion ~ AIRLINE
D35. Hop offerer ~ AIRLINE
D36. Can't take ~ DETESTS
D36. Has trouble standing ~ DETESTS
D37. 1973 Pulitzer winner FitzGerald ~ FRANCES
D37. Architecture, e.g. ~ FINEART
D38. "Amadeus" choreographer ~ THARP
D38. Skilled moneymaker ~ MIDAS
D39. Gorge ~ SATIATE
D39. Whole ~ UNITARY
D40. Fixed up ~ AMENDED
D40. Certain marble ~ STEELIE
D41. Chromatography spray ~ REAGENT
D41. Uncomfortable position ~ HOTSEAT
D44. Popular liniment brand ~ SLOANS
D44. Las ___ ~ PALMAS
D48. Mare's-nest ~ MESS
D48. Step, in Seville ~ PASO

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