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  • Title: "READY-TO-WEAR" (APRIL 20, 2002)
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A1. Gremlin mfr. ~ AMC
A1. Gremlin's creator ~ AMC
A4. Clued in ~ AWARE
A4. Clued in ~ AWARE
A9. Mac ~ BUB
A9. Mac ~ BUB
A12. Any time now ~ SOON
A12. Any time now ~ SOON
A14. Sacramental plate ~ PATEN
A14. Sacramental plate ~ PATEN
A15. Quayle follower ~ GORE
A15. Bush antagonist ~ GORE
A16. Humorist and "Horse Feathers" co-screenwriter ~ SJPERELMAN
A16. "Crazy Like a Fox" writer ~ SJPERELMAN
A18. Gymnast Korbut ~ OLGA
A18. Gymnast Korbut ~ OLGA
A19. Half of a '60s slogan ~ NOTWAR
A19. Words after "make love" ~ NOTWAR
A20. Loose, long overcoat ~ ULSTER
A20. Derry's place ~ ULSTER
A22. Whiners ~ CRYBABIES
A22. Whiners ~ CRYBABIES
A26. Follow as a result ~ ENSUE
A26. Follow as a result ~ ENSUE
A29. Poetic preposition ~ ERE
A29. Poetic preposition ~ ERE
A30. Pulls the trigger ~ FIRES
A30. Puts before the camera ~ FILMS
A34. Animator Groening ~ MATT
A34. Animator Groening ~ MATT
A35. "People of the Lie" author ~ MSCOTTPECK
A35. "People of the Lie" author ~ MSCOTTPECK
A37. Sequel sequel ~ III
A37. Infamous Richard ~ III
A38. PC key ~ ALT
A38. PC key ~ ALT
A39. Modus operandi ~ WAY
A39. Teen's very ~ WAY
A40. Small French coin ~ SOU
A40. Eligibility factor ~ AGE
A41. "Ozma of Oz" author ~ LFRANKBAUM
A41. "Ozma of Oz" writer ~ LFRANKBAUM
A44. Show's partner ~ TELL
A44. It's bark with no bite ~ TREE
A45. Ruhr city ~ ESSEN
A45. Ruhr region ~ ESSEN
A46. Building annex ~ ELL
A46. Building annex ~ ELL
A47. Nut that's a mild narcotic ~ BETEL
A47. Doctrinal holding ~ TENET
A48. Garbo's birth name ~ GUSTAFSON
A48. Garbo's birth name ~ GUSTAFSON
A51. Pulitzer-winning poet Amy or Robert ~ LOWELL
A51. Fancy too ~ ASWELL
A54. Burdens ~ ONUSES
A54. Problem-laden chores ~ ONUSES
A58. Ottoman official ~ AGHA
A58. Leaping insect ~ FLEA
A59. Possible title for this puzzle? ~ OFFTHERACK
A59. Alternate title for this puzzle? ~ OFFTHERACK
A63. 1982 Disney sci-fi flick ~ TRON
A63. Chestnut-red horse ~ ROAN
A64. Criminal excuse ~ ALIBI
A64. Criminal excuse ~ ALIBI
A65. Ireland alias ~ EIRE
A65. Ireland alias ~ EIRE
A66. Garment edge ~ HEM
A66. Have as a subsidiary ~ OWN
A67. "_____ fast!" (slow down) ~ NOTSO
A67. "Au contraire!" ~ NOTSO
A68. Proper's partner ~ DUE
A68. Right and proper ~ DUE
D1. Part of NAACP ~ ASSN
D1. Part of NAACP ~ ASSN
D2. Austin Powers' "power" ~ MOJO
D2. Austin Powers has it ~ MOJO
D3. Egyptian Christian ~ COPT
D3. Egyptian Christian ~ COPT
D4. Mimicking behavior ~ APERY
D4. Impressionism? ~ APERY
D5. Opening of a retail store? ~ WAL
D5. Mart opening ~ WAL
D6. Banking abbreviation ~ ATM
D6. Cabbage stand? ~ ATM
D7. Stephen of "The Crying Game" ~ REA
D7. Stephen of "The Crying Game" ~ REA
D8. Tedium ~ ENNUI
D8. Tedium ~ ENNUI
D9. Lightning unit ~ BOLT
D9. Leave hurriedly ~ BOLT
D10. Prompt ~ URGE
D10. Encourage onward ~ URGE
D11. Yogi or Boo-Boo ~ BEAR
D11. Panda, mistakenly ~ BEAR
D13. "My _____ Ashlar" (Kipling poem) ~ NEWCUT
D13. "My _____ Ashlar" (Kipling poem) ~ NEWCUT
D15. Dish dirt ~ GOSSIP
D15. Dish dirt ~ GOSSIP
D17. Pinkish, as a steak ~ RARE
D17. One-in-a-million ~ RARE
D21. Grove of Cooperstown ~ LEFTY
D21. Grove of Cooperstown ~ LEFTY
D23. Safest option ~ BESTBET
D23. Optimal option ~ BESTBET
D24. Pitched softball's path ~ ARC
D24. Parabolic portion ~ ARC
D25. Grendel's antagonist ~ BEOWULF
D25. Grendel's antagonist ~ BEOWULF
D26. French novelist Zola ~ EMILE
D26. Rousseau work ~ EMILE
D27. Babes in the woods ~ NAIFS
D27. Innocents ~ NAIFS
D28. Disregards Bond's instruction ~ STIRS
D28. Disregards Bond's direction ~ STIRS
D31. Fix a broken leg ~ RESET
D31. Master ~ LEARN
D32. School on the Seine ~ ECOLE
D32. Fibber on radio ~ MCGEE
D33. Head of the anatomy class? ~ SKULL
D33. Target sport ~ SKEET
D35. "I have a dream" monogram ~ MLK
D35. January holiday monogram ~ MLK
D36. Scottish beret ~ TAM
D36. Cap for a Celt ~ TAM
D38. Invalidate, as a marriage ~ ANNUL
D38. Undo "I do" ~ ANNUL
D42. Mediterranean sea ~ AEGEAN
D42. Mediterranean segment ~ AEGEAN
D43. Chicken _____ king ~ ALA
D43. Fla. neighbor ~ ALA
D44. Professor's security blanket ~ TENURE
D44. Professorial ambition ~ TENURE
D47. Fried-chicken leftover ~ BONE
D47. Word with dial or earth ~ TONE
D49. "Backyards, Greenwich Village" artist ~ SLOAN
D49. "McSorley's Bar" painter ~ SLOAN
D50. 1987 BP purchase ~ SOHIO
D50. Co. founded by Rockefeller ~ SOHIO
D51. Thin wood strip ~ LATH
D51. ___-American ~ AFRO
D52. Shrek, for example ~ OGRE
D52. Not busy, at work ~ SLOW
D53. "For _____ the Bell Tolls" ~ WHOM
D53. Disaccustom by degrees ~ WEAN
D55. "Mama _____" (The Shirelles) ~ SAID
D55. Not tacit ~ SAID
D56. Nonclashing color ~ ECRU
D56. Like unbleached linen ~ ECRU
D57. ___-Ball (carnival attraction) ~ SKEE
D57. ___-Ball ~ SKEE
D60. ___-Jo (1988 Olympics name) ~ FLO
D60. Ziegfeld, to Fanny ~ FLO
D61. Make ends meet? ~ FIT
D61. Temper tantrum ~ FIT
D62. One of Ted's networks ~ TBS
D62. Atlanta-based Superstation ~ TBS

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