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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, August 10, 1998
  • Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: "PICKUP LINES" (FEBRUARY 18, 2004)
  • Author: By Randall J. Hartman
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A1. "Spare" items at a barbecue ~ RIBS
A1. Water-skier's apparatus ~ RAMP
A5. Popular athletic shoes ~ AVIAS
A5. Cass Elliot, once ~ MAMA
A10. Bullets and such ~ AMMO
A9. Passover bread ~ MATZO
A14. Melville tale ~ OMOO
A14. It's past the buck ~ AROO
A15. Beatle with a beat ~ RINGO
A15. "___ Under the Sun" ~ EVIL
A16. Many a Seattle weather forecast ~ RAIN
A16. Was uncomfortable, in a way ~ ACHED
A17. Classic pickup line #1 ~ YOURPLACEORMINE
A17. Pickup line for a coal excavator? ~ YOURPLACEORMINE
A20. "Six Days, Seven Nights" co-star ~ ANNEHECHE
A20. Relish ~ GUSTO
A21. Early night, to a poet ~ EEN
A21. Keen insight ~ ACUMEN
A22. Permit: Abbr. ~ LIC
A22. Beginning of the Constitution? ~ USS
A23. Prefix with -metric ~ ISO
A23. Conciliatory gesture ~ SOP
A24. Heavy hammer ~ SLEDGE
A26. Hit show inits. ~ SRO
A27. Proofreader's mark ~ STET
A27. Frat party staple ~ KEG
A29. Not glossy, as a photo ~ MATTE
A30. Born ~ NEE
A32. Captain Morgan's drink ~ RUM
A31. Fruit pie ~ TART
A33. "Norma ___" ~ RAE
A33. Dobbin's home ~ STABLE
A36. Dish served under glass ~ PHEASANT
A35. Ebenezer Scrooge and Jack Benny ~ PIKERS
A38. Classic pickup line #2 ~ WHATSYOURSIGN
A37. Former name of Thailand ~ SIAM
A41. Geometric measurement ~ DIAMETER
A38. Pickup line for an ASL interpreter? ~ WHATSYOURSIGN
A42. What Yahoo! searches, with "the" ~ NET
A42. Neighbor of 37-Across ~ LAOS
A43. Whichever ~ ANY
A43. Mozart composition ~ SONATA
A44. ___-off coupon ~ CENTS
A44. Permits ~ ALLOWS
A46. Mets stadium ~ SHEA
A47. Contented murmur ~ PURR
A50. Directs (to) ~ REFERS
A48. Good (slang) ~ BAD
A52. Ecol. watchdog ~ EPA
A51. Form a union ~ WED
A55. The "I" in T.G.I.F. ~ ITS
A52. Letters introducing some names ~ AKA
A56. Prefix with skeleton ~ EXO
A54. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame architect ~ PEI
A57. Numbers usually in parentheses ~ AREACODES
A55. It'll never fly ~ EMU
A60. Classic pickup line #3 ~ HAVEWEMETBEFORE
A56. Not these or those ~ OTHERS
A63. Pitcher ~ EWER
A59. Hoosier hoopster ~ PACER
A64. Genesis woman and namesakes ~ LEAHS
A61. Pickup line for a New York ballplayer? ~ HAVEWEMETBEFORE
A65. Allen of "Candid Camera" ~ FUNT
A65. Where a Senator might get pushed around? ~ ARENA
A66. Smart-mouthed ~ PERT
A66. General Bradley ~ OMAR
A67. Cove ~ INLET
A67. Mythical birds ~ ROCS
A68. Fr. holy women ~ STES
A68. Singer Brooks ~ GARTH
D1. Kansas City team ~ ROYALS
A69. Capital of Latvia ~ RIGA
D2. "Consider it done" ~ IMONIT
A70. Shouts for Manolete ~ OLES
D3. Dribble ~ BOUNCE
D1. Flash Gordon's weapon ~ RAYGUN
D4. Achy ~ SORE
D2. Stir up ~ AROUSE
D5. City where van Gogh painted ~ ARLES
D3. Hair care concoction ~ MOUSSE
D6. Broadcasting giant ~ VIACOM
D4. After-dinner drink ~ PORT
D7. Ruler unit ~ INCH
D5. Gibson of "What Women Want" ~ MEL
D8. Poet and novelist James ~ AGEE
D6. Co-star with Clark and Grace ~ AVA
D9. Michigan's ___ Canals ~ SOO
D7. Isinglass ~ MICA
D10. Napoléon led one ~ ARMEE
D8. Smart guys ~ ALECS
D11. Wisconsin Avenue, in Georgetown ~ MAINDRAG
D9. Hibernating rodent ~ MARMOT
D12. Opposite of max. ~ MIN
D10. High point ~ ACME
D13. Washington's bill ~ ONE
D11. Shoot for the moon ~ THINKBIG
D18. ___ Beta Kappa ~ PHI
D12. Buddhist sect ~ ZEN
D19. Let go of ~ RELEASE
D13. Horatian creation ~ ODE
D24. Uncompromising ~ STERN
D18. Paper of note? ~ POSTIT
D25. "Peter ___" of 50's-60's TV ~ GUNN
D19. Willa Cather's "One of ___" ~ OURS
D26. Ambulance driver, for short ~ EMT
D24. Mighty symbols of strength ~ OAKS
D28. Car on rails ~ TRAM
D25. Hunts ~ PREYS
D30. To the left, to sailors ~ APORT
D28. Joie de vivre ~ ELAN
D31. Fri. preceder ~ THU
D29. Tourmaline or amethyst ~ GEM
D34. Suffered humiliation ~ ATECROW
D32. Promenade ~ TROOP
D35. ___ Park, Colo. ~ ESTES
D34. Largest of seven ~ ASIA
D37. Takes a chair ~ SITS
D35. El ___ ~ PASO
D38. Soave, e.g. ~ WINE
D36. Dawn ~ SUNUP
D39. Spring woe ~ HAYFEVER
D38. Corduroy rib ~ WALE
D40. Liking ~ YEN
D39. Postpone ~ HOLDOVER
D41. Flag-waving org. ~ DAR
D40. Like a condor ~ RARE
D45. Churn ~ SEETHE
D41. Goal line, e.g. ~ STRIPE
D47. Went into seclusion ~ HIDOUT
D42. It might be laid down ~ LAW
D48. Endless, poetically ~ ETERNE
D45. Sound from Dizzy Gillespie ~ WAHWAH
D49. Liabilities' opposites ~ ASSETS
D46. ___-Ball ~ SKEE
D51. Put forth, as effort ~ EXERT
D48. "Chill out!" ~ BECOOL
D53. ___ Blue Ribbon ~ PABST
D49. Punish with a fine ~ AMERCE
D54. Smashing point? ~ ACE
D50. Compulsory force ~ DURESS
D57. "You said it, brother!" ~ AMEN
D53. Protection for Lancelot ~ ARMOR
D58. Sincere ~ REAL
D57. Revival enclosure ~ TENT
D59. Murders, slangily ~ OFFS
D58. Final prelim ~ SEMI
D60. Cool, once ~ HEP
D60. It got high at Woodstock? ~ AFRO
D61. Wonderment ~ AWE
D61. Hardly a beauty ~ HAG
D62. ___ Lilly and Company ~ ELI
D62. Parseghian of the Fighting Irish ~ ARA

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