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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, July 3, 2000
  • Author: Marjorie Berg
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: "HUSH!" (NOVEMBER 16, 2004)
  • Author: By Robert Trickle
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A1. It may be high or low on a car ~ BEAM
A1. Sooner's alternative ~ LATER
A5. Immediately, to a surgeon ~ STAT
A6. Dalai ___ (chief Tibetan monk) ~ LAMA
A9. Little bits ~ DRIBS
A10. Apprentice ~ TYRO
A14. Airport outside Paris ~ ORLY
A14. Place to remember ~ ALAMO
A15. Brain tests: Abbr. ~ EEGS
A15. Look ___ (visit briefly) ~ INON
A16. Book that's read word-for-word ~ ROGET
A16. One with will power? ~ HEIR
A17. Docking spot ~ PIER
A17. Served as gondolier ~ POLED
A18. Waterproof cover ~ TARP
A18. "___ as a bug in a rug" ~ SNUG
A19. Black, on a piano ~ EBONY
A19. Pontificate ~ RANT
A20. Entry requirement, sometimes ~ SECRETPASSWORD
A20. Entry requirement, sometimes ~ SECRETPASSWORD
A23. Headlight? ~ HALO
A23. Baby word ~ GOO
A24. Little 'un ~ TOT
A24. Fret and fume ~ STEW
A25. Uncle ___ ~ SAM
A25. Arena take ~ GATE
A28. Retaliate ~ GETEVEN
A28. Opposite of flushed ~ PALE
A31. Hot springs ~ SPA
A31. Costa ___, Spain ~ BRAVA
A34. Bowie's weapon ~ KNIFE
A35. Pet for King Solomon ~ APE
A36. "Mo' Better Blues" director Spike ~ LEE
A36. Man Friday ~ AIDE
A37. Money man Greenspan ~ ALAN
A37. Relating to the eye ~ OCULAR
A38. Spy ~ UNDERCOVERAGENT
A38. Spy ~ UNDERCOVERAGENT
A42. Fibster ~ LIAR
A41. Car styles ~ SEDANS
A43. Color ~ HUE
A42. Dutch town ~ EDAM
A44. Watermelon throwaways ~ SEEDS
A43. Some of the IBM line ~ PCS
A45. "___ Misérables" ~ LES
A44. Authority to decide ~ SAYSO
A46. Popular place ~ HOTSPOT
A45. Short reptile? ~ CROC
A49. Take care of a bill ~ PAY
A46. Oft-quoted unnamed ones ~ THEY
A50. Diving seabird ~ AUK
A47. "So what ___ is new?" ~ ELSE
A51. Fair-sized field ~ ACRE
A49. "To Kill a Mockingbird" author ~ LEE
A53. Buried loot ~ HIDDENTREASURE
A51. It's often buried ~ HIDDENTREASURE
A60. Stored on board ~ LADED
A58. Charles' game ~ POLO
A61. Like some testimony ~ ORAL
A59. "Help ___ the way!" ~ ISON
A62. Surgery souvenir ~ SCAR
A60. Pricey strings, for short ~ STRAD
A63. Lagoon encloser ~ ATOLL
A61. "Yeah, right!" in teenspeak ~ ASIF
A64. Decorate anew ~ REDO
A62. Soul singer Hendryx ~ NONA
A65. ___ mater ~ ALMA
A63. Conduct the class ~ TEACH
A66. Brawl ~ MELEE
A64. Like Helen Keller ~ DEAF
A67. Shake hands for the first time ~ MEET
A65. ___ per second (luminosity unit) ~ ERGS
A68. Chatters ~ YAPS
A66. 1991-93 Australian Open winner ~ SELES
D1. Conks ~ BOPS
D1. Drinks like a cat ~ LAPS
D2. Buffalo's lake ~ ERIE
D2. Skin cream additive ~ ALOE
D3. Actor Guinness ~ ALEC
D3. Powder ingredient ~ TALC
D4. Gift of the Magi ~ MYRRH
D4. Come to the fore ~ EMERGE
D5. Agree out of court ~ SETTLE
D5. Beverly Hills Drive ~ RODEO
D6. Kitchen whistler ~ TEAPOT
D6. Say "something" wrong? ~ LISP
D7. Taj Mahal's city ~ AGRA
D7. "The King and I" schoolteacher ~ ANNA
D8. Dosage amts. ~ TSPS
D8. Whipped dessert ~ MOUSSE
D9. Utilized ~ DREWON
D9. Feeling of foreboding ~ ANGST
D10. Brainless one ~ ROBOT
D10. Small floor covering ~ THROWRUG
D11. Composer Stravinsky ~ IGOR
D11. Senior or junior ~ YEAR
D12. Curve ~ BEND
D12. Coat you throw away without regret ~ RIND
D13. Hog's home ~ STY
D13. Fun food for Fido ~ ORT
D21. Raring to go ~ EAGER
D21. Talking points ~ TOPICS
D22. Wield a wheel ~ STEER
D22. Transmitter of digital photographs ~ WEBCAM
D25. Brain protector ~ SKULL
D25. Magnetic induction unit ~ GAUSS
D26. Comics orphan ~ ANNIE
D26. Sleep disorder ~ APNEA
D27. King with a golden touch ~ MIDAS
D27. Woman's one-piece undergarment ~ TEDDY
D29. Santa's assistants ~ ELVES
D29. Bustle ~ ADO
D30. Churchill's sign ~ VEE
D30. It may pry ~ LEVER
D31. What a new parent craves ~ SLEEP
D32. Beth follows it ~ ALEPH
D32. Bamboo eater ~ PANDA
D33. Ball cohort ~ VANCE
D33. On pins and needles ~ ANTSY
D34. Like some craft shows ~ ARTSY
D35. ___-de-lance ~ FER
D36. First name in action films ~ ARNOLD
D37. Space-___ (modern) ~ AGE
D37. Delphic prophet ~ ORACLE
D39. Auto airflow regulator ~ CHOKE
D39. Retreated, in a way ~ EASEDOFF
D40. Over's partner ~ OUT
D40. Tokyo, formerly ~ EDO
D41. Ad ___ (to the stars): Lat. ~ ASTRA
D45. Sitcom overseer ~ CENSOR
D46. Football strategy session ~ HUDDLE
D46. Final taker ~ TESTEE
D47. Memorial Day event ~ PARADE
D48. Rouen's river ~ SEINE
D48. American wildcat ~ OCELOT
D50. Some bridge defenders ~ EASTS
D50. Fred's dancing sister ~ ADELE
D51. NASCAR engine part ~ HOSE
D52. English paper ~ ESSAY
D52. Pelvic bones ~ ILIA
D53. Love's opposite ~ HATE
D53. Chinese society ~ TONG
D54. Matinee hero ~ IDOL
D54. Gene components ~ RNAS
D55. Test standard ~ NORM
D55. River past Orsk ~ URAL
D56. Squirrel's home ~ TREE
D56. Word with human and rat ~ RACE
D57. Bruins' sch. ~ UCLA
D57. Anglo-Saxon letters ~ EDHS
D58. Freeway access ~ RAMP
D58. Bachelor's digs ~ PAD
D59. Historic times ~ ERAS
D60. On the ___ (fleeing) ~ LAM

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