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  • Title: June 29, 2002 - "Four of a Kind"
  • Author: By Randall J. Hartman
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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, December 1, 2003
  • Author: John Greenman
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Host before Carson ~ PAAR
A1. Slacken ~ ABATE
A5. Put off ~ TABLE
A6. Disparaging remark ~ SLUR
A10. Essence ~ CORE
A10. Dog ___ (G.I. identifiers) ~ TAGS
A14. Sheryl Crow hit "___ Wanna Do" ~ ALLI
A14. Speeder's bane ~ RADAR
A15. Cyberspace letters ~ EMAIL
A15. Sukiyaki ingredient ~ TOFU
A16. In the thick of ~ AMID
A16. Cain's victim ~ ABEL
A17. He played one of the Corleone sons ~ CAAN
A17. Actress Verdugo ~ ELENA
A18. On pins and needles ~ TENSE
A18. Shortly ~ ANON
A19. All-time NFL touchdown leader ~ RICE
A19. Divorce mecca ~ RENO
A20. Empire State Building climber ~ KINGKONG
A20. Like doggerel, often ~ SINGSONG
A22. "Paradise Lost" poet ~ MILTON
A22. Chamber group, maybe ~ SEPTET
A24. Kind of dollar ~ SAND
A24. Make the first moves, in dancing ~ LEAD
A25. Host after Carson ~ LENO
A25. Former Italian money ~ LIRA
A26. Dyes for wood ~ STAINS
A26. Dogie catchers ~ ROPERS
A29. Ad jingle, perhaps ~ SINGSONG
A29. Game with an onomatopoeic name ~ PINGPONG
A33. Carpentry, for one ~ TRADE
A33. Frigid ~ ICY
A34. Alaska, after 1959 ~ STATE
A34. Company with a once-famous catalog ~ SEARS
A35. Neither's companion ~ NOR
A36. Mister in Mexico ~ SENOR
A36. Land of Molly Bloom ~ EIRE
A37. Ripsnorter ~ LULU
A37. Mixes up ~ STIRS
A39. Chastise ~ SCOLD
A38. Successful end to recruiting ~ HIRE
A41. Country music's McEntire ~ REBA
A39. Former Roxy Music member Brian ~ ENO
A42. Skip the usual wedding preparations ~ ELOPE
A40. Windows' dressing? ~ ICONS
A44. Stagnant ~ INERT
A41. ___ egg (zero) ~ GOOSE
A46. Sitcom alien ~ ALF
A42. Door opener? ~ DINGDONG
A47. Crackpot ~ DINGDONG
A44. Shot off a flare ~ WARNED
A49. Little fjord ~ ARMLET
A45. "From ___ to Eternity" ~ HERE
A51. Went off, as a bell ~ RANG
A46. Eero Saarinen, for one ~ FINN
A52. IV + IV ~ VIII
A47. "Forget about it!" ~ NOSOAP
A53. Grand ___ (island east of Florida) ~ BAHAMA
A50. Olympic sport ~ PINGPONG
A56. Film sensation of 1933 ~ KINGKONG
A54. Book before Obadiah ~ AMOS
A60. Wished undone ~ RUED
A55. She played Granny in "The Beverly Hillbillies" ~ IRENE
A61. Remained in bed ~ LAIN
A57. Composer Stravinsky ~ IGOR
A63. Shortwave, e.g. ~ RADIO
A58. Yacht spar ~ MAST
A64. ___ Lackawanna Railroad ~ ERIE
A59. "The ___ Limits" ~ OUTER
A65. Watch at a strip club, maybe ~ OGLE
A60. ___-bargain ~ PLEA
A66. Confuse ~ ADDLE
A61. Greek god of love ~ EROS
A67. Voting district ~ WARD
A62. Like those on welfare, presumably ~ NEEDY
A68. Hair goops ~ GELS
A63. Congers ~ EELS
A69. Red Sea parter ~ MOSES
D1. Webelo unit ~ PACK
D1. Mars' counterpart ~ ARES
D2. Jai ___ ~ ALAI
D2. Island near Java ~ BALI
D3. Musician Parsons ~ ALAN
D3. Yemeni port ~ ADEN
D4. Best seats in the house ~ RINGSIDE
D4. What a comb undoes ~ TANGLE
D5. Wyoming mountains ~ TETONS
D5. Pencil features ~ ERASERS
D6. Rectify ~ AMEND
D6. Witness-box ~ STAND
D7. Big start? ~ BANG
D7. Men's jacket size ~ LONG
D8. Fleur-de-___ ~ LIS
D8. Martian's craft, for short ~ UFO
D9. Silver and gold ~ ELEMENTS
D9. Takes to the station house ~ RUNSIN
D10. "The Teachings of Don Juan" author Castaneda ~ CARLOS
D10. Roofing base ~ TARPAPER
D11. Cut out ~ OMIT
D11. Help in piracy, e.g. ~ ABET
D12. Puerto ___ ~ RICO
D12. Heredity carrier ~ GENE
D13. Where Adam spared a rib? ~ EDEN
D13. Piggy-bank aperture ~ SLOT
D21. Xanadu resident ~ KANE
D21. Desert stops ~ OASES
D23. "Come Back, Little Sheba" playwright ~ INGE
D23. Metric work units ~ ERGS
D25. Perjurers ~ LIARS
D25. Stocking material ~ LISLE
D26. Arabian, for one ~ STEED
D26. Angry, with "up" ~ RILED
D27. Singer Lopez ~ TRINI
D27. Latin eyes ~ OCULI
D28. Hammerin' Hank ~ AARON
D28. Aircraft course marker ~ PYLON
D29. Gordon Sumner, on stage ~ STING
D29. Fork tine ~ PRONG
D30. Leek cousin ~ ONION
D30. Tatum of Tinseltown ~ ONEAL
D31. Ancient mariners ~ NORSE
D31. Chivalrous ~ NOBLE
D32. Gordon Gecko said it was good ~ GREED
D32. Add on, as to a plant ~ GRAFT
D34. Blarney ___ ~ STONE
D35. Making a hole in one ~ ACING
D37. The Rock's film "The ___ King" ~ SCORPION
D38. Moved to first class ~ UPGRADED
D38. Jig on the Hispaniola ~ HORNPIPE
D40. Bathtub feature ~ DRAIN
D40. Brainstorm ~ IDEA
D43. Dutch cheese ~ EDAM
D41. Jets or Sharks ~ GANG
D45. Any three-letter sequence ~ TRIGRAM
D43. Ibsen play ~ GHOSTS
D48. Where to find a bump, in a phrase ~ ONALOG
D44. Napa business ~ WINERY
D50. Gilbert & Sullivan work, with "The" ~ MIKADO
D46. More than reprimanded ~ FINED
D52. Grape holders ~ VINES
D47. Peter, Paul, or Mary ~ NAME
D53. Beer or ale ~ BREW
D48. General Bradley ~ OMAR
D54. Mystique ~ AURA
D49. Garden variety ~ SOSO
D55. Estate receiver ~ HEIR
D50. Sneaky ___ ~ PETE
D56. "A View to a ___" (Bond film) ~ KILL
D51. Gawk at ~ OGLE
D57. Chances ~ ODDS
D52. Yuletide ~ NOEL
D58. Cairo's waterway ~ NILE
D53. Pâté de foie ___ ~ GRAS
D59. Travels ~ GOES
D56. Feel bad about ~ RUE
D62. A dog's ___ (long spell) ~ AGE

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