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  • Title: New York Times, Wednesday, September 21, 1994
  • Author: Trip Payne
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: New York Times, Wednesday, August 7, 1996
  • Author: B. E. Quigley
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: "DAILY HABITS" (SEPTEMBER 16, 1999)
  • Author: By Ron Halverson
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  • Title: "BAD HABITS?" (FEBRUARY 06, 2005)
  • Author: By Ron Halverson
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A1. Tick off ~ MIFF
A1. Oreo's center ~ CREME
A1. What's in McGee's closet ~ MESS
A1. Contents of McGee's closet ~ MESS
A5. Jerry Herman musical ~ MAME
A6. Dotty ~ GAGA
A5. "The Lion King" baddie ~ SCAR
A5. "The Lion King" character ~ SCAR
A9. Scarf ~ STOLE
A10. Karate school ~ DOJO
A9. One way to become a mommy ~ ADOPT
A9. Take as one's own ~ ADOPT
A14. Tennis's Ivanisevic, often ~ ACER
A14. Boring tool ~ AUGER
A14. Contemporary of Naomi and Claudia ~ ELLE
A14. Contemporary of Naomi and Claudia ~ ELLE
A15. "Fatal Attraction" villain ~ ALEX
A15. Share a side with ~ ABUT
A15. Shipping container weight ~ TARE
A15. Allowance for containers ~ TARE
A16. Bust finds ~ KILOS
A16. Israeli airline ~ ELAL
A16. Word with system or battery ~ SOLAR
A16. Word with system or battery ~ SOLAR
A17. Diner's card ~ MENU
A17. "The Cloister and the Hearth" author ~ READE
A17. Carpe _____ (seize the day) ~ DIEM
A17. Carpe ___ (seize the day) ~ DIEM
A18. 1953 Leslie Caron role ~ LILI
A18. Kind of stockings ~ MESH
A18. Most people dwell here ~ ASIA
A18. Tian Shan locale ~ ASIA
A19. Long time ~ YEARS
A19. Auto brand ~ MAKE
A19. Distress signal ~ FLARE
A19. Cautionary device ~ FLARE
A20. #1 song for Robert Palmer ~ ADDICTEDTOLOVE
A20. 1986 Robert Palmer hit ~ ADDICTEDTOLOVE
A20. Robert Palmer #1 hit ~ ADDICTEDTOLOVE
A20. Robert Palmer hit ~ ADDICTEDTOLOVE
A23. At that point ~ THEN
A23. Midpoint: Abbr. ~ CTR
A23. The French? ~ LES
A23. The French? ~ LES
A24. Bookbinding leather ~ ROAN
A24. Filth ~ SMUT
A24. Type of dressing (Abbr.) ~ RUS
A24. 1963 Paul Newman role ~ HUD
A25. At regular intervals ~ SPACED
A25. Definitely, south of the border ~ SISI
A25. Vail device ~ TBAR
A25. Vail lifting device ~ TBAR
A28. Innocent one ~ LAMB
A28. "Ich bin ___ Berliner" ~ EIN
A26. Quilter's gathering ~ BEE
A26. Up for payment ~ DUE
A29. Entirety ~ ALL
A31. Asylum seeker ~ EMIGRE
A27. Chance upon ~ MEET
A27. Chance upon ~ MEET
A32. Communion table ~ ALTAR
A35. "Moneyline" channel ~ CNN
A28. Venomous serpent ~ ASP
A28. Racer's cousin ~ ASP
A33. TV's "Batman," e.g. ~ CAMP
A36. Blaupunkt product ~ RADIO
A31. Win one of a doubleheader ~ SPLIT
A31. Word with ticket or rail ~ SPLIT
A34. Oil of _____ ~ OLAY
A38. Yard pests ~ MOLES
A34. Variety of fine cotton ~ PIMA
A34. Variety of cotton ~ PIMA
A35. Learning method that "works for me" ~ HOOKEDONPHONICS
A39. Popular education aid ~ HOOKEDONPHONICS
A35. Draper or Kristofferson ~ KRIS
A35. Barbra's "A Star Is Born" co-star ~ KRIS
A38. "Indecent Proposal" director Adrian ~ LYNE
A42. Cellular phones lack them ~ WIRES
A36. "Works for me" teaching aid ~ HOOKEDONPHONICS
A36. System for would-be readers ~ HOOKEDONPHONICS
A39. Jokesters ~ WAGS
A43. Kind of gloves ~ LATEX
A39. Or _____ (last words?) ~ ELSE
A39. It may follow no one or someone ~ ELSE
A40. One quadrillionth: Prefix ~ FEMTO
A44. ___ good deed ~ DOA
A40. Legal instrument ~ WRIT
A40. Court document ~ WRIT
A41. Vane dir. ~ SSE
A45. Heads-up notices ~ ALERTS
A41. Resplendent repast ~ FEAST
A41. Magnificent meal ~ FEAST
A42. Ill will ~ HATE
A47. Agcy. for retirees ~ SSA
A42. Become firm ~ SET
A42. Become firm ~ SET
A43. #, & or % ~ SYMBOL
A48. Last word of "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow" ~ DENY
A43. Wrestling pads ~ MATS
A43. Wrestling pads ~ MATS
A44. Either star of "Tea and Sympathy" ~ KERR
A49. Bombard ~ PELT
A44. Scrutinize ~ EYE
A44. Discernment ~ EYE
A45. To you, to Yves ~ ATOI
A51. Caviar ~ ROE
A45. Catch a wave ~ SURF
A45. Catch a wave ~ SURF
A46. Empty-calorie lover ~ JUNKFOODJUNKIE
A53. End of a classic Eubie Blake title ~ WILDABOUTHARRY
A46. "It's ___-win situation" ~ ANO
A46. Enero begins it ~ ANO
A52. Craze ~ MANIA
A60. Hump-shouldered bovine ~ ZEBU
A47. Heathrow arrival ~ SST
A47. Concorde, notably ~ SST
A53. Novel featuring Doctor Long Ghost ~ OMOO
A61. Bamboozles ~ CONS
A50. He loves empty calories ~ JUNKFOODJUNKIE
A50. Lover of empty calories ~ JUNKFOODJUNKIE
A54. Bear in the sky ~ URSA
A62. Parting word ~ ADIEU
A54. Flavorsome ~ SAPID
A54. Flavorsome ~ SAPID
A55. Keats or Wordsworth ~ ODIST
A63. ___-contra ~ IRAN
A55. Kind of deck ~ LIDO
A55. Kind of deck ~ LIDO
A56. Mash preceder ~ MISH
A64. Pants part ~ KNEE
A56. Make a buck ~ EARN
A56. Make a buck ~ EARN
A57. Sardine containers ~ TINS
A65. Kidney-related ~ RENAL
A57. Excessively proper one ~ PRUDE
A57. Excessively proper one ~ PRUDE
A58. Wash ~ BATHE
A66. Become attentive, with "up" ~ PERK
A58. In a poor way ~ ILLY
A58. "Beauty is jealous, and ___ bears ..." (T. Jefferson) ~ ILLY
A59. Light submachine gun ~ STEN
A67. Scorch ~ SEAR
A59. "Leave it in," editorially ~ STET
A59. Proofreader's direction ~ STET
A60. Noted Renaissance name ~ ESTE
A68. It's just over a foot ~ ANKLE
A60. Cosmopolitan resort ~ ASPEN
A60. Popular ski resort ~ ASPEN
D1. Doll's cry ~ MAMA
D1. Irene of "Fame" ~ CARA
A61. Court cry ~ OYES
A61. Cry from court officers (Var.) ~ OYES
D2. Like some tea ~ ICED
D2. Felt sorry about ~ RUED
A62. Mathematics column ~ TENS
A62. Counting intervals, perhaps ~ TENS
D3. Ward (off) ~ FEND
D3. "Holy moly!" ~ EGAD
D1. Prize for Strug ~ MEDAL
D1. Olympic prize ~ MEDAL
D4. Yuletide snack ~ FRUITCAKE
D4. Italian dynasty name ~ MEDICI
D2. Mispronounce ~ ELIDE
D2. Say somethin', e.g. ~ ELIDE
D5. Ice cream treat ~ MALTED
D5. Upright ~ ERECT
D3. Winter coasters ~ SLEDS
D3. Winter coasters ~ SLEDS
D6. Xenophobe's fear ~ ALIEN
D6. Willing ~ GAME
D4. Big rig ~ SEMI
D4. Road rig ~ SEMI
D7. Pinochle combo ~ MELD
D7. Not up ~ ABED
D5. Jean Antoine Houdon creation ~ STATUE
D5. Liberty, for one ~ STATUE
D8. Turnoffs ~ EXITRAMPS
D8. Storm winds ~ GUSTS
D6. Realities ~ CASES
D6. Studied carefully, as a "joint" ~ CASED
D9. It fell in 1979 ~ SKYLAB
D9. Not out ~ ATHOME
D7. Like the Kalahari ~ ARID
D7. Extra dry ~ ARID
D10. Attach, as a feed bag ~ TIEON
D10. Military punishment ~ DEMOTION
D8. Pass again on second down ~ REATTEMPT
D8. Try again ~ REATTEMPT
D11. King Harald's father ~ OLAV
D11. Norwegian king until 1991 ~ OLAV
D9. Comparable to a pancake ~ ASFLAT
D9. Comparable to a pancake ~ ASFLAT
D12. Folk tales ~ LORE
D12. Senator in space ___ Garn ~ JAKE
D10. Grief ~ DOLOR
D10. Poetic grief ~ DOLOR
D13. Slalom shape ~ ESS
D13. Matador's cheer ~ OLE
D11. King Harald's father ~ OLAV
D11. One of five Norwegian kings ~ OLAV
D21. Beloved ~ CHERE
D21. Word with "water" or "the boards" ~ TREAD
D12. Cut the fat ~ PARE
D12. Cut the fat ~ PARE
D22. Energy ~ OOMPH
D22. Oaf ~ LUMMOX
D13. Number of Stooges in the Italian film festival? ~ TRE
D13. Three, in Napoli ~ TRE
D25. Humorist Mort et al. ~ SAHLS
D25. Pronunciation symbol ~ SCHWA
D21. Minoan isle ~ CRETE
D21. Waterslide feature ~ CHUTE
D26. Artful dodges ~ PLOYS
D26. How sardines are packed ~ INOIL
D22. Sorcery practiced in the West Indies ~ OBEAH
D22. Sorcery practiced in the West Indies ~ OBEAH
D27. Pay the penalty ~ ATONE
D27. Saw wood ~ SNORE
D26. Common transport ~ BIKE
D26. Flood-control embankment ~ DIKE
D28. "Tootsie" Oscar winner ~ LANGE
D29. Screen favorite ~ IDOL
D27. They show lots of leg ~ MINIS
D27. They show lots of leg ~ MINIS
D29. Out on _____ ~ ALIMB
D30. Hirschfeld's hidings ~ NINAS
D28. "Vissi d'arte," e.g. ~ ARIA
D28. Opera solo ~ ARIA
D30. Milk: Prefix ~ LACTO
D32. Move effortlessly ~ GLIDE
D29. Encourages a Doberman pinscher to attack ~ SICS
D29. Orders a dog to attack ~ SICS
D31. Popular disinfectant ~ LYSOL
D33. Scouting mission ~ RECON
D30. "Hey, Mac!" ~ PSST
D30. "Hey, Mac!" ~ PSST
D33. Checking places ~ COATROOMS
D34. Susan Sontag piece ~ ESSAY
D31. "_____ got a ticket to ride...." ~ SHES
D31. "___ a Lady" (Tom Jones) ~ SHES
D34. "Hold on ..." ~ ONEMINUTE
D36. Refreshed ~ RESTED
D32. Warsaw citizen ~ POLE
D32. Either end of a magnet ~ POLE
D36. Happy, for one ~ DWARF
D37. Decides ~ OPTS
D33. In the dark ~ LOST
D33. Clueless ~ LOST
D37. 1934 song "The Very Thought _____" ~ OFYOU
D40. Dropping sound ~ KERPLUNK
D34. Investor's concern ~ PORTFOLIO
D34. Investor's concern ~ PORTFOLIO
D42. Goddess of Hades ~ HEKATE
D41. Courage ~ HEART
D35. Word with wounded or bended ~ KNEE
D35. Word with wounded or bended ~ KNEE
D43. One of the Virgin Islands ~ STJOHN
D46. Casual pants ~ SLACKS
D37. "The Wizard of Oz" extra ~ DWARF
D37. Happy or Grumpy, e.g. ~ DWARF
D44. Filled turnover ~ KNISH
D48. Anesthetize ~ DEADEN
D38. "Very Thought _____" (Tony Bennett favorite) ~ OFYOU
D38. "The Wonder ___" (Elvis tune) ~ OFYOU
D45. Give _____ of one's own medicine ~ ADOSE
D50. Steak type ~ TBONE
D43. Manchurian Incident site ~ MUKDEN
D43. Manchurian Incident site ~ MUKDEN
D46. Nonsense song of 1918 ~ JADA
D52. Mitchell belle ~ OHARA
D44. Cherishes ~ ENJOYS
D44. Takes delight in ~ ENJOYS
D47. Hand or foot ~ UNIT
D53. "___ Off to See the Wizard" ~ WERE
D45. Nasty, as a remark ~ SNIDE
D45. Rudely sarcastic ~ SNIDE
D48. Exclude ~ OMIT
D54. Bridge support ~ IBAR
D46. Become rotten, as eggs ~ ADDLE
D46. Befuddle ~ ADDLE
D49. Mr. Kristofferson ~ KRIS
D55. Readily draftable ~ ONEA
D47. Pacific ray ~ SKATE
D47. It needed a key, once ~ SKATE
D50. Does not exist ~ ISNT
D56. Ultimate buyer ~ USER
D48. Police warning ~ SIREN
D48. Warning wailer ~ SIREN
D51. Life of Riley ~ EASE
D57. Winter Olympics venue ~ RINK
D49. Temporary housing ~ TENTS
D49. Temporary housing ~ TENTS
D52. Crowd around ~ MOB
D58. Bona fide ~ REAL
D50. Most of them have big mouths ~ JARS
D50. Many of them have big mouths ~ JARS

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