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  • Title: "SILVERWARE" (APRIL 30, 2004)
  • Author: By Timothy Powell
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  • Title: PLACE AT THE TABLE
  • Author: Alice Walker
  • Editor: Timothy Parker
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A1. Long for ~ MISS
A1. Does a thespian's job ~ ACTS
A5. Ye ___ shoppe ~ OLDE
A5. Wear out the waiting room carpet ~ PACE
A9. Screenwriter Chayefsky ~ PADDY
A9. California ballplayer ~ PADRE
A14. Opposing ~ ANTI
A14. Witch feature, stereotypically ~ WART
A15. Lowing places ~ LEAS
A15. HHH, in Athens ~ ETAS
A16. Leave out ~ ELIDE
A16. "Adam Bede" novelist ~ ELIOT
A17. "___ a Name" (Croce tune) ~ IGOT
A17. Slender instrument ~ OBOE
A18. Crazed ~ DAFT
A18. "This ___ hurt a bit" ~ WONT
A19. Eskimos' kissers? ~ NOSES
A19. Winter runners? ~ NOSES
A20. "Do You Believe in Magic" band ~ LOVINSPOONFUL
A20. "Do You Believe in Magic" band ~ LOVINSPOONFUL
A23. Obsolescent office temp ~ STENO
A23. One who responds to a dictator? ~ STENO
A24. Blunt sword ~ EPEE
A24. Blunt sword ~ EPEE
A25. Be decisive ~ OPT
A25. Be decisive ~ OPT
A28. Pink-elephant sighters ~ SOTS
A28. Bar denizens ~ SOTS
A31. Draws out ~ EDUCES
A31. Draws out ~ EDUCES
A33. Campgrounds residue ~ ASH
A33. Campground residue ~ ASH
A36. Jude or James ~ SAINT
A36. Jude or James ~ SAINT
A39. Ms. Teasdale ~ SARA
A39. Poet Teasdale ~ SARA
A40. 1962 Polanski film ~ KNIFEINTHEWATER
A40. Oscar-nominated film for Roman Polanski ~ KNIFEINTHEWATER
A44. Reckless ~ RASH
A44. Reckless ~ RASH
A45. Land and sea meeting place ~ SHORE
A45. Land-and-sea meeting place ~ SHORE
A46. Curvy letter ~ ESS
A46. Start to salivate? ~ ESS
A47. Skater Baiul ~ OKSANA
A47. Skater Baiul ~ OKSANA
A50. Program command ~ UNDO
A50. Backtracking computer command ~ UNDO
A52. Marshal of Waterloo ~ NEY
A52. Marshal at Waterloo ~ NEY
A53. There are 54 in a game, usually ~ OUTS
A53. Baseball threesome ~ OUTS
A56. Okra soup ~ GUMBO
A56. Okra soup ~ GUMBO
A60. Decision spot ~ FORKINTHEROAD
A60. Where one is forced to make a decision ~ FORKINTHEROAD
A64. Gambler's loss, figuratively ~ SHIRT
A64. Gambler's loss, figuratively ~ SHIRT
A66. Spaghetti sauce brand ~ RAGU
A66. Brand that used the slogan "That's Italian!" ~ RAGU
A67. Kind of van or bus ~ MINI
A67. Start of something small? ~ MINI
A68. Cockney's challenge ~ AITCH
A68. Cockney's challenge ~ AITCH
A69. Emerald Isle ~ ERIN
A69. "___ go bragh!" ~ ERIN
A70. Commodious crafts ~ ARKS
A70. Cumbersome crafts ~ ARKS
A71. Steep-walled land formations ~ MESAS
A71. Steep-walled land formations ~ MESAS
A72. Adept ~ DEFT
A72. Nimble-fingered ~ DEFT
A73. Hatchling's home ~ NEST
A73. Hatchling's home ~ NEST
D1. Posts ~ MAILS
D1. General assembly no-shows? ~ AWOLS
D2. Iron bar ~ INGOT
D2. Northwest Passage seeker ~ CABOT
D3. Potbelly, for one ~ STOVE
D3. Treasure cache ~ TROVE
D4. Some protests ~ SITINS
D4. Oktoberfest souvenirs ~ STEINS
D5. Automotive pioneer ~ OLDS
D5. Benches, not stenches ~ PEWS
D6. Spring ~ LEAP
D6. At the highest point of ~ ATOP
D7. Actor Willem ~ DAFOE
D7. Wobbly craft ~ CANOE
D8. Prohibit legally ~ ESTOP
D8. Bar in the bar ~ ESTOP
D9. Like some fattened livestock ~ PENFED
D9. Like some fattened livestock ~ PENFED
D10. Baseball's Moises ~ ALOU
D10. Slugger Moises ~ ALOU
D11. Disjoint ~ DISLOCATE
D11. Put out of place, as a shoulder ~ DISLOCATE
D12. H.S.T. successor ~ DDE
D12. Wade's opposer ~ ROE
D13. Conciliatory response ~ YES
D13. UFO pilots, presumably ~ ETS
D21. Lariat's end ~ NOOSE
D21. Lariat's end ~ NOOSE
D22. Born ~ NEE
D22. Alumni newsletter word ~ NEE
D26. Shimon of Israel ~ PERES
D26. Shimon of Israel ~ PERES
D27. Pre-Revolution leaders ~ TSARS
D27. Pre-Russian-Revolution leaders ~ TSARS
D29. Mai ___ ~ TAI
D29. Mai ___ ~ TAI
D30. Confessor's revelations ~ SINS
D30. Confessor's revelations ~ SINS
D32. Superpower's letters ~ USA
D32. Superpower's letters ~ USA
D33. Ohio city ~ AKRON
D33. Ohio city ~ AKRON
D34. Grass inhabitant? ~ SNAKE
D34. Grass inhabitant? ~ SNAKE
D35. Whiny temper tantrums ~ HISSYFITS
D35. Temper tantrums ~ HISSYFITS
D37. Highest degree ~ NTH
D37. Highest degree ~ NTH
D38. Archaic pronoun ~ THOU
D38. Second person in the Bible? ~ THOU
D41. Agcy. for homeowners ~ FHA
D41. Home loan insurer since '34 ~ FHA
D42. East or West ending ~ ERN
D42. This may follow directions ~ ERN
D43. Golf club ~ WEDGE
D43. Log-splitting aid ~ WEDGE
D48. Some bridge positions ~ NORTHS
D48. Some bridge positions ~ NORTHS
D49. Shore bird ~ AUK
D49. Diving bird of cold waters ~ AUK
D51. Words in a James Coburn film title ~ OURMAN
D51. Start of a James Coburn film title ~ OURMAN
D54. Out of gas ~ TIRED
D54. Out of gas ~ TIRED
D55. Drum type ~ SNARE
D55. Type of drum ~ SNARE
D57. Watery-patterned cloth ~ MOIRE
D57. Wavy-patterned cloth ~ MOIRE
D58. Safe places? ~ BANKS
D58. Safe places? ~ BANKS
D59. Keats or Milton, notably ~ ODIST
D59. Keats or Milton, notably ~ ODIST
D61. Killer whale ~ ORCA
D61. Killer whale ~ ORCA
D62. End of the work week letters ~ TGIF
D62. "At last, the weekend!" ~ TGIF
D63. Peck partner ~ HUNT
D63. Easter egg event ~ HUNT
D64. Uncle of 32-Down ~ SAM
D64. Uncle of 32-Down ~ SAM
D65. Hurry ~ HIE
D65. Hurry ~ HIE

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