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  • Title: "SEE YOU IN COURT" (JUNE 06, 1999)
  • Author: By Ron Halverson
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  • Title: "SEE YOU IN COURT" (DECEMBER 30, 2004)
  • Author: By Ron Halverson
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A1. Move on ahead ~ PASS
A1. Move on ahead ~ PASS
A5. Eurasian forest ~ TAIGA
A5. Eurasian forest ~ TAIGA
A10. Rhyme scheme ~ ABBA
A10. Agnetha's pop group ~ ABBA
A14. Hit terra firma ~ ALIT
A14. Hit terra firma ~ ALIT
A15. Word after "last" or before "of passage" ~ RITES
A15. Word after "last" or before "of passage" ~ RITES
A16. Certain duck ~ TEAL
A16. Certain duck ~ TEAL
A17. Unattached ~ LONE
A17. Unattached ~ LONE
A18. Inactive ~ INERT
A18. Inactive ~ INERT
A19. Causing a pucker ~ TART
A19. Causing a pucker ~ TART
A20. Small print ~ LEGALMUMBOJUMBO
A20. Small print ~ LEGALMUMBOJUMBO
A23. Meadow, in verse ~ LEA
A23. Meadow, in verse ~ LEA
A24. Victorian, for one ~ ERA
A24. Victorian, for one ~ ERA
A25. Capital of Poland? ~ PEE
A25. Bird Parker's music ~ BOP
A28. It is "Heaven's first law" ~ ORDER
A28. It is "Heaven's first law" ~ ORDER
A31. Artistic Grandma ~ MOSES
A31. Noted Grandma ~ MOSES
A36. Start with while ~ ERST
A36. Word with disaster or dining ~ AREA
A38. Louvre piece ~ ART
A38. Life imitator ~ ART
A39. Start for mural ~ INTRA
A39. Start for mural ~ INTRA
A40. Holds the scales, in Parliament ~ SITSINJUDGEMENT
A40. Holds the scales ~ SITSINJUDGEMENT
A44. Continental divide? ~ OCEAN
A44. Certain yellow finch ~ SERIN
A45. Munich article ~ DER
A45. Munich article ~ DER
A46. DeWitt Clinton's canal ~ ERIE
A46. DeWitt Clinton's waterway ~ ERIE
A47. Brittle fragment ~ SHERD
A47. Heroic tale including 48-Across ~ ILIAD
A48. Oscar winner Hunt ~ HELEN
A48. Famous ship launcher ~ HELEN
A50. Beatty of "Deliverance" ~ NED
A50. Homer's aggravator ~ NED
A51. Give _____ rest ~ ITA
A51. Words between "call" and "day" ~ ITA
A53. Packed away ~ ATE
A53. Packed away ~ ATE
A55. Boys in blue ~ LONGARMOFTHELAW
A55. Boys in blue ~ LONGARMOFTHELAW
A64. Prima donna's specialty ~ ARIA
A64. Prima donna's specialty ~ ARIA
A65. Bovine of ads ~ ELSIE
A65. Bovine of ads ~ ELSIE
A66. Info on a taxi ~ RATE
A66. Mortgage consideration ~ RATE
A67. Retailer's spot ~ MALL
A67. Minnesota boasts the largest in the U.S. ~ MALL
A68. Puts on the market ~ SELLS
A68. What any hit record does ~ SELLS
A69. Object of thought ~ IDEA
A69. Suspicion ~ IDEA
A70. Guinness and Kilkenny ~ ALES
A70. Kilkenny and others ~ ALES
A71. Brown ermine ~ STOAT
A71. Brown ermine ~ STOAT
A72. First garden ~ EDEN
A72. Setting of the first fall ~ EDEN
D1. Cover with gloom ~ PALL
D1. Cover with gloom ~ PALL
D2. Hand cream additive ~ ALOE
D2. Tissue additive, sometimes ~ ALOE
D3. Belt out ~ SING
D3. Tell all ~ SING
D4. Plagiarize ~ STEAL
D4. Plagiarize ~ STEAL
D5. Fast sailboat ~ TRIMARAN
D5. Fast sailboat ~ TRIMARAN
D6. Japanese aboriginal ~ AINU
D6. Japanese aboriginal ~ AINU
D7. Gossipy tidbit ~ ITEM
D7. Gossipy tidbit ~ ITEM
D8. Baby feeder? ~ GERBER
D8. Their consumers have small appetites ~ GERBER
D9. Capitalist John Jacob ~ ASTOR
D9. Capitalist John Jacob ~ ASTOR
D10. Aleutian isle ~ ATTU
D10. Aleutian isle ~ ATTU
D11. Look radiant ~ BEAM
D11. Look radiant ~ BEAM
D12. Spiteful comment ~ BARB
D12. Spiteful comment ~ BARB
D13. Chorus voice ~ ALTO
D13. Chorus voice ~ ALTO
D21. Tolstoy's first ~ LEO
D21. Tolstoy's first ~ LEO
D22. "Mad About You" character ~ JAMIE
D22. Max portrayer on "M*A*S*H" ~ JAMIE
D25. Mexican moolah ~ PESOS
D25. Low men at the Met ~ BASSI
D26. Mr. von Stroheim ~ ERICH
D26. Cantilevered window ~ ORIEL
D27. Compact name? ~ ESTEE
D27. Bacteriologist with a dish named after him ~ PETRI
D29. Famous 76er ~ DRJ
D29. Famous 76er ~ DRJ
D30. Chopin piece ~ ETUDE
D30. Chopin piece ~ ETUDE
D32. "That's a new one _____!" ~ ONME
D32. "That's a new one ___!" ~ ONME
D33. Hard-nosed ~ STERN
D33. Hard-nosed ~ STERN
D34. Sesame Street dweller ~ ERNIE
D34. Sesame Street dweller ~ ERNIE
D35. Stuffed to the gills ~ SATED
D35. Stuffed to the gills ~ SATED
D37. Nicholas, for one ~ TSAR
D37. You'll find the most people here ~ ASIA
D41. Punjab locale ~ INDIA
D41. Kipling story locale ~ INDIA
D42. Tierra _____ Fuego ~ DEL
D42. Tierra ___ Fuego ~ DEL
D43. Word in Ali's boast ~ GREATEST
D43. Word in Ali's boast ~ GREATEST
D48. Gielgud role ~ HAMLET
D48. Tiny village ~ HAMLET
D49. Last in a very long line ~ NTH
D49. Advanced degree in mathematics? ~ NTH
D52. Lock of hair ~ TRESS
D52. Part of a chignon ~ TRESS
D54. Raising goosebumps ~ EERIE
D54. Raising goosebumps ~ EERIE
D55. Tibetan monk ~ LAMA
D55. Tibetan monk ~ LAMA
D56. It's all talk ~ ORAL
D56. Nonwritten test ~ ORAL
D57. It has banks in Cairo ~ NILE
D57. It has banks in Cairo ~ NILE
D58. Hoedown participants ~ GALS
D58. Hoedown participants ~ GALS
D59. Site of '52 Winter Olympics ~ OSLO
D59. Site of the '52 Winter Olympics ~ OSLO
D60. Adidas rival ~ FILA
D60. Adidas rival ~ FILA
D61. Alan in "The Carpetbaggers" ~ LADD
D61. Alan in "The Carpetbaggers" ~ LADD
D62. Suit to _____ ~ ATEE
D62. Suit to ___ ~ ATEE
D63. Gradually break a habit ~ WEAN
D63. Introduce to solid food ~ WEAN

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