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  • Title: December 14, 2005 - "Magnate's Maxim"
  • Author: By Martin Ashwood-Smith
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  • Title: New York Times, Wednesday, July 19, 2006
  • Author: Alison Donald
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. He cracks down on crack ~ NARC
A1. Passion ~ ARDOR
A5. ___ California ~ BAJA
A6. Each ~ APOP
A9. Nestling's noise ~ CHIRP
A10. Silhouette in a Southwest skyline ~ MESA
A14. Old name for margarine ~ OLEO
A14. Manager who led both the Yankees and Mets to pennants ~ BERRA
A15. Computer symbol ~ ICON
A15. River of Siberia ~ LENA
A16. It comes from the heart ~ AORTA
A16. Un-PC computer? ~ IMAC
A17. Actor Baldwin ~ ALEC
A17. Horace, e.g. ~ ODIST
A18. Highland valley ~ GLEN
A18. Grouchoesque look ~ LEER
A19. Lhasa apso, e.g. ~ BREED
A19. Not according to Miss Manners ~ RUDE
A20. Start of a quote by J. Paul Getty ~ MYFORMULAFOR
A20. Start of a J. Paul Getty quote ~ MYFORMULAFOR
A23. Actress Peeples ~ NIA
A23. Put on the line ~ BET
A24. Perches ~ ROOSTS
A24. Kind of mattress ~ AIR
A28. Quote, part 2 ~ SUCCESSISRISE
A25. Appetite whetters, perhaps ~ AROMAS
A32. Mozart's "The Magic ___" ~ FLUTE
A29. Quote, part 2 ~ SUCCESSISRISE
A34. More than enough ~ AMPLE
A33. Stephen of "Still Crazy" ~ REA
A35. Dashed ~ RAN
A34. Big fan ~ NUT
A36. Baby sitters? ~ LAPS
A35. Québec place name starter ~ STE
A37. Swipe ~ STEAL
A36. Hotel room amenities ~ IRONS
A38. Pound sounds ~ GRRS
A39. Attic sight ~ WEB
A39. U-turn from WSW ~ ENE
A40. Up and about ~ ASTIR
A40. TV host O'Brien ~ CONAN
A42. Puggle, e.g. ~ DOG
A41. Pee Wee or Della ~ REESE
A43. Water tester ~ TOE
A42. Quote, part 3 ~ EARLYWORKLATE
A44. One of football's Manning brothers ~ ELI
A45. Shinbones ~ TIBIAE
A45. Quote, part 3 ~ EARLYWORKLATE
A46. Switch positions ~ ONS
A50. Eponymous Bloomer ~ AMELIA
A47. End of the quote ~ ANDSTRIKEOIL
A51. Sighs of relief ~ AHS
A54. Rum and fruit juice drink (var.) ~ ZOMBI
A52. Dict., e.g. ~ REF
A57. At the drop of ___ (quickly) ~ AHAT
A55. End of the quote ~ ANDSTRIKEOIL
A58. Ballot ~ VOTE
A59. Did laps, maybe ~ SWAM
A59. Burn with a hot liquid ~ SCALD
A62. Nickelodeon's little explorer ~ DORA
A60. Stare ~ GAZE
A63. Chihuahua chum ~ AMIGO
A61. Basso Pinza ~ EZIO
A64. Haiti's ___ Doc ~ PAPA
A62. Up ___ (cornered) ~ ATREE
A65. Rioter's take ~ LOOT
A63. Wide-mouthed pitcher ~ EWER
A66. Narrow spot ~ NICHE
A64. Untouchable Eliot ~ NESS
A67. Graph features ~ AXES
D1. Author/linguist Chomsky ~ NOAM
A68. Novel conclusion? ~ ETTE
D2. Friend ~ ALLY
A69. Baseball chartful ~ STATS
D3. Coral formation ~ REEF
D1. Mushroom maker ~ ABOMB
D4. Palm products ~ COCONUTS
D2. Return to brunette, say ~ REDYE
D5. Whopper alternative ~ BIGMAC
D3. Results of blizzards ~ DRIFTS
D6. Org. concerned with rights ~ ACLU
D4. Approximating words ~ ORSO
D7. Rocker Billy ~ JOEL
D5. Frenzied routines ~ RATRACES
D8. Karenina or Moffo ~ ANNA
D6. Siren's quality ~ ALLURE
D9. Brakeman's car ~ CABOOSE
D7. Zest ~ PEEL
D10. "The Rocky ___ Picture Show" ~ HORROR
D8. Fit for service ~ ONEA
D11. Wrath ~ IRE
D9. Tall treat ~ PARFAIT
D12. 66, for one (abbr.) ~ RTE
D10. Fun house fixture ~ MIRROR
D13. Launch site ~ PAD
D11. Australian runner ~ EMU
D21. Secretary of State Condoleezza ~ RICE
D12. Bummed ~ SAD
D22. Superfluous something ~ FRILL
D13. Top pitcher ~ ACE
D25. "Yes ___!" ~ SIRREE
D21. Mineral in sheets ~ MICA
D26. Russian rulers, once ~ TSARS
D22. Surgery ctrs. ~ ORS
D27. Practical judgment ~ SENSE
D26. Atomizer output ~ MIST
D28. Brilliant ~ SUPERB
D27. Italian wine area ~ ASTI
D29. "... could ___ fat ..." ~ EATNO
D28. Carson's Carnac, e.g. ~ SEER
D30. Defame ~ SMEAR
D30. Item of utilitarian art ~ URN
D31. Punish, in a way ~ SPANK
D31. Scornful look ~ SNEER
D32. Rapid ~ FLEET
D32. Hero ~ SUB
D33. Island of central Hawaii ~ LANAI
D36. Think about it ~ IDEA
D37. Scattered, as seeds ~ SOWED
D37. Go from pillar to post ~ ROAM
D38. Avenges oneself ~ GETSEVEN
D38. Hideous sort ~ OGRE
D40. Murder mystery poison ~ CYANIDE
D39. Court ~ WOO
D41. File's partner ~ RANK
D40. Many Eskimos ~ ALASKANS
D43. Apt ~ LIABLE
D41. Remain unused ~ SIT
D44. Hang around ~ LOITER
D43. Drivel ~ TWADDLE
D48. Wise one ~ SAGE
D44. K-12 ~ ELHI
D49. Melt ~ THAW
D46. Andean animals ~ LLAMAS
D50. Tear down ~ RAZE
D47. Feminine side ~ YIN
D51. Seep ~ OOZE
D48. Barefoot activity ~ KARATE
D52. Medical suffix ~ ITIS
D49. Beethoven's Third ~ EROICA
D53. Some summer babies ~ LEOS
D53. Common pie slice count ~ EIGHT
D54. Eva's half sister? ~ ZSA
D54. Penguins' hangouts ~ FLOES
D55. Fall month, for short ~ OCT
D56. Lampblack, essentially ~ SOOT
D56. Spoil ~ MAR
D57. Home-run gait ~ TROT

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