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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, October 13, 1997
  • Author: Gregory E. Paul
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: "TAKE YOUR CHANCES" (JUNE 15, 2004)
  • Author: By Moses A. Chance
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A1. "___ Network" (1980's comedy series) ~ SCTV
A1. Read at the supermarket? ~ SCAN
A5. False god ~ BAAL
A5. 900 or 9000 ~ SAAB
A9. Phillips head item ~ SCREW
A9. "Greetings!" ~ HELLO
A14. ___ vera ~ ALOE
A14. Bern is on it ~ AARE
A15. Austen's Woodhouse ~ EMMA
A15. It comes between Thomas and Edison ~ ALVA
A16. Mild cigar ~ CLARO
A16. Prima donna performances ~ ARIAS
A17. Unload, as stock ~ SELL
A17. Lead player ~ STAR
A18. Ruler's length ~ FOOT
A18. Borscht vegetable ~ BEET
A19. Hammerin' Hank ~ AARON
A19. Metrical units ~ IAMBS
A20. "Just one gosh-darn minute!" ~ HOLDYOURHORSES
A20. Easy! ~ HOLDYOURHORSES
A23. Rebel (against) ~ TURN
A23. Long distance inits. ~ ATT
A24. Vim ~ PEP
A24. Potato wedges, e.g. ~ SIDE
A25. Part of the Dept. of Trans. ~ FAA
A25. Certain Italians ~ ROMANS
A28. Like a taxi ~ METERED
A29. Craig, formerly of the Atlanta Hawks ~ EHLO
A31. Scrooge's cry ~ BAH
A30. Bulb or globe ~ ORB
A34. The "A" in James A. Garfield ~ ABRAM
A33. What may follow Joan? ~ OFARC
A36. Tire fill ~ AIR
A34. Turn tail ~ FLEE
A37. Inter ___ ~ ALIA
A35. General Robert ~ ELEE
A38. "Be polite!" ~ MINDYOURMANNERS
A36. Leave and never come back ~ BURNYOURBRIDGES
A42. Actress McClurg ~ EDIE
A39. Palm reader's opening words ~ ISEE
A43. Handyman's vehicle ~ VAN
A40. Biting insect ~ FLEA
A44. Detail map ~ INSET
A41. Do more than dine ~ FEAST
A45. Poor grade ~ DEE
A42. Nintendo's Super ___ ~ NES
A46. Preschooler's auto accessory ~ CARSEAT
A43. Without urgency ~ IDLY
A49. Opposite NNW ~ SSE
A44. Some hair solutions ~ RINSES
A50. Hockey's Bobby ~ ORR
A45. Memsahib's nurse ~ AMAH
A51. Farm unit ~ ACRE
A46. Brit. reference set ~ OED
A53. "Hush!" ~ BITEYOURTONGUE
A47. "Hush!" ~ BITEYOURTONGUE
A60. Stocking stuffer ~ SANTA
A54. Art student's prop ~ EASEL
A61. Singer Guthrie ~ ARLO
A55. Aesthetically offensive ~ UGLY
A62. Russia's Itar-___ news agency ~ TASS
A56. They may embrace you ~ ARMS
A63. Musical eightsome ~ OCTET
A57. Meal starter, often ~ SALAD
A64. Peter the Great, e.g. ~ TSAR
A58. Feed the pigs ~ SLOP
A65. Nights before ~ EVES
A59. Ballroom dance maneuvers ~ DIPS
A66. Beach spot ~ SHORE
A60. Peru native ~ LLAMA
A67. Chumps ~ SAPS
A61. Article in Der Spiegel ~ EINE
A68. Start all over ~ REDO
A62. Building projection ~ APSE
D1. Window frame ~ SASH
D1. Hip hugger ~ SASH
D2. Nile queen, informally ~ CLEO
D2. "Lydia" poet ~ CATO
D3. Tunnel fee ~ TOLL
D3. Shrinking Asian lake ~ ARAL
D4. South African expanse ~ VELDT
D4. Socially clueless sort ~ NERD
D5. "Age ___ beauty" ~ BEFORE
D5. Clogs' cousins ~ SABOTS
D6. Add up (to) ~ AMOUNT
D6. Eskimo's cultural cousin ~ ALEUT
D7. Love, to Livy ~ AMOR
D7. State point-blank ~ AVER
D8. Builder's backing ~ LATH
D8. Solomon's mother ~ BATHSHEBA
D9. With knees knocking ~ SCARED
D9. Bob, e.g. ~ HAIRDO
D10. Purse part ~ CLASP
D10. Rub out ~ ERASE
D11. Scarce ~ RARE
D11. Whitewash ingredient ~ LIME
D12. February 14 figure ~ EROS
D12. You'll find rats in some ~ LABS
D13. Triumphed ~ WON
D13. WWII intelligence agency ~ OSS
D21. Scrumptious ~ YUMMY
D21. Old TV's "___ Derringer" ~ YANCY
D22. "La Bohème," e.g. ~ OPERA
D22. Old Houston pro ~ OILER
D25. Widely known ~ FAMED
D25. Spring bird ~ ROBIN
D26. Put up with ~ ABIDE
D26. Serviceable ~ OFUSE
D27. Golfer with an "army" ~ ARNIE
D27. Some bays and grays ~ MARES
D29. Takes home, as salary ~ EARNS
D28. "Rule, Britannia" writer ~ ARNE
D30. Basketball blackboard attachment ~ RIM
D29. Juan Carlos, to his people ~ ELREY
D31. Hallow ~ BLESS
D30. Korbut and Petrova ~ OLGAS
D32. Buenos ___ ~ AIRES
D31. Brooklyn's Pee Wee ~ REESE
D33. Waste maker ~ HASTE
D32. Tops ~ BESTS
D35. Fruit drink ~ ADE
D34. Setting for three kings, perhaps ~ FULLHOUSE
D37. Landers with advice ~ ANN
D35. First lady's residence ~ EDEN
D39. Egg maker ~ OVARY
D37. Two words after break ~ OFDAY
D40. Former Mideast inits. ~ UAR
D38. "Don't mind ___!" ~ IFIDO
D41. Explosive, informally ~ NITRO
D43. Mrs. Marcos ~ IMELDA
D46. Devise ~ CREATE
D44. Enter data again ~ RETYPE
D47. Part of a cold-weather cap ~ EARLAP
D45. Starting squad ~ ATEAM
D48. The "A" in S.A.G. ~ ACTORS
D46. Wrinkle-resistant synthetic ~ ORLON
D50. Playful water animal ~ OTTER
D47. Jezebel's god ~ BAAL
D52. "Come in!" ~ ENTER
D48. Cuban's Cuba, e.g. ~ ISLA
D53. "Brandenburg Concertos" composer ~ BACH
D49. West Indies citrus fruit ~ UGLI
D54. "___ each life some..." ~ INTO
D50. Possible reply to "Que pasa?" ~ NADA
D55. Horse's mouthful ~ OATS
D51. Golf shaft covering ~ GRIP
D56. Celestial bear ~ URSA
D52. Calls balls and strikes ~ UMPS
D57. Donated ~ GAVE
D53. To be, to Caesar ~ ESSE
D58. Not new ~ USED
D54. Immigrant's study, for short ~ ESL
D59. Sinclair rival ~ ESSO
D60. "Send help!" ~ SOS

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