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  • Title: "A TREE GROWS IN ..." (APRIL 25, 2005)
  • Author: By Gayle Dean
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  • Title: TREE STRUCTURE
  • Author: Henry Quarters
  • Editor: Timothy Parker
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  • Title: TRIMMING THE TREE
  • Author: Morgan Coffey
  • Editor: Timothy Parker
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A1. Catamount ~ PUMA
A1. Bath water residue ~ SCUM
A1. Lady of Brazil ~ DONA
A5. Made a selection ~ OPTED
A5. Lyric poem ~ EPODE
A5. Made a choice ~ OPTED
A10. Volvo competitor ~ FIAT
A10. Do a hit man's job ~ KILL
A10. Alfa Romeo rival ~ FIAT
A14. Concerning the ear ~ OTIC
A14. Cash in Cancun ~ PESO
A14. Oil cartel ~ OPEC
A15. Gear for a gaucho ~ RIATA
A15. Fin or flipper ~ PINNA
A15. Rope used to catch horses ~ RIATA
A16. Eye cheesecake? ~ OGLE
A16. "A Death in the Family" author ~ AGEE
A16. View up and down with intentions ~ OGLE
A17. Young salmon ~ PARR
A17. Gulf of ___ ~ ADEN
A17. Caleb who wrote "The Alienist" ~ CARR
A18. Math term ~ SQUAREROOT
A18. Four, to 16 ~ SQUAREROOT
A18. Three, to nine ~ SQUAREROOT
A20. Soccer game tiebreaker ~ SHOOTOUT
A20. Like pitch or tar ~ RESINOUS
A20. O.K. Corral happening ~ SHOOTOUT
A22. Fail to clash ~ AGREE
A22. The agony of da feet ~ CORNS
A22. See eye-to-eye ~ AGREE
A23. Unit of loudness ~ SONE
A23. "___ Enchanted Evening" ~ SOME
A23. Unit of loudness ~ SONE
A24. Still life subject ~ VASE
A24. "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" author ~ DAHL
A24. Holder of flowers ~ VASE
A26. Word with handed or headed ~ EMPTY
A26. Flying pests ~ GNATS
A26. Totally drained ~ EMPTY
A29. Ticonderoga, e.g. ~ FORT
A29. Card game in some casinos ~ FARO
A29. Baltimore's McHenry ~ FORT
A30. Rathskeller fare ~ ALE
A30. Vehicle with a route ~ BUS
A30. Rathskeller fare ~ ALE
A33. Clock numeral ~ VIII
A33. ___ Strauss and Co.(jeans company) ~ LEVI
A33. Sundial eight ~ VIII
A34. Lady Liberty, e.g. ~ STATUE
A34. Lady Liberty, e.g. ~ STATUE
A34. Venus de Milo, for one ~ STATUE
A36. Bolt's adjunct ~ NUT
A36. Santa ___ (California wind) ~ ANA
A36. Bolt's adjunct ~ NUT
A37. Government group ~ EXECUTIVEBRANCH
A37. President's department ~ EXECUTIVEBRANCH
A37. All the president's men and women ~ EXECUTIVEBRANCH
A40. Monarch capturer ~ NET
A40. Chestnut case ~ BUR
A40. Ping-Pong partition ~ NET
A41. Sucker fish ~ REMORA
A41. Champagne cocktail ~ MIMOSA
A41. Shark's hitchhiker ~ REMORA
A42. Angler's attraction ~ LURE
A42. "___ Ha'i" ~ BALI
A42. Angler's attraction ~ LURE
A43. Start of much advice ~ TRY
A43. Winter setting in NYC ~ EST
A43. Attempt ~ TRY
A44. Cold one ~ BEER
A44. Classmate, e.g. ~ PEER
A44. Anheuser-Busch product ~ BEER
A45. April 15th taxpayer, e.g. ~ FILER
A45. People newsmaker ~ CELEB
A45. Form 1040 submitter ~ FILER
A46. Deck unit ~ CARD
A46. Actions at Sotheby's ~ BIDS
A46. Part of a hand ~ CARD
A47. Tree offshoot ~ TWIG
A47. Where Helen was taken ~ TROY
A47. Tree offshoot ~ TWIG
A49. Kind of chair or car ~ SEDAN
A49. One-edged weapon ~ SABER
A49. Touring car ~ SEDAN
A52. Darts' parts ~ FEATHERS
A52. Pain in the brain ~ HEADACHE
A52. Models of lightness ~ FEATHERS
A56. Highway loop-the-loop ~ CLOVERLEAF
A56. Highway loop-the-loop ~ CLOVERLEAF
A56. Highway loop-de-loop ~ CLOVERLEAF
A59. Meadowlands gait ~ TROT
A59. Catch red-handed ~ NAIL
A59. Harness racing pace ~ TROT
A60. Shawm's follower ~ OBOE
A60. "... ___ to leap tall buildings ..." ~ ABLE
A60. Shawm's follower ~ OBOE
A61. Centaur, in part ~ HORSE
A61. Glide ~ COAST
A61. Plains animal ~ HORSE
A62. Word ending a threat ~ ELSE
A62. Coal dust ~ CULM
A62. Word ending a threat ~ ELSE
A63. First name among classic TV dads ~ WARD
A63. Chutzpah, in the extreme ~ GALL
A63. Beaver's dad ~ WARD
A64. Not just a franchisee ~ OWNER
A64. ___-ski party (lodge gathering, perhaps) ~ APRES
A64. Property holder ~ OWNER
A65. Reckon ~ DEEM
A65. Some building extensions ~ ELLS
A65. Form an opinion ~ DEEM
D1. Puts suddenly, as a question ~ POPS
D1. Boom or bowsprit ~ SPAR
D1. Physicians, briefly ~ DOCS
D2. Deseret, now ~ UTAH
D2. Give up, as territory ~ CEDE
D2. Colorful fish ~ OPAH
D3. Spanish painter Joan ~ MIRO
D3. "... with 1,001 ___" ~ USES
D3. Tyrannical Roman emperor ~ NERO
D4. Type of word puzzle ~ ACROSTIC
D4. Reflecting reality as a single unit ~ MONISTIC
D4. Puzzle involving a quote ~ ACROSTIC
D5. Director Welles ~ ORSON
D5. Derby Stakes site ~ EPSOM
D5. Director Welles ~ ORSON
D6. Stir, as interest ~ PIQUE
D6. Excite, as interest ~ PIQUE
D6. Sudden outburst of anger ~ PIQUE
D7. Lacking play ~ TAUT
D7. Bothersome burden ~ ONUS
D7. Drawn tight ~ TAUT
D8. Seventh Greek letter ~ ETA
D8. Highly reliable evidence ~ DNA
D8. In-flight guesstimate ~ ETA
D9. ___ es Salaam ~ DAR
D9. Van Gogh had one in his later years ~ EAR
D9. Patriotic women's org. ~ DAR
D10. Blacksmith's workplace ~ FORGE
D10. John Paul II's first name ~ KAROL
D10. Shape using heat ~ FORGE
D11. Grandpa Munster's pet ~ IGOR
D11. Grandpa Munster's pet ~ IGOR
D11. Hunchbacked helper ~ IGOR
D12. Lily's cousin ~ ALOE
D12. "Battle Cry" author Uris ~ LEON
D12. Soothing lotion ingredient ~ ALOE
D13. Haitian's head ~ TETE
D13. "Sure, why don't we?" ~ LETS
D13. Head of France? ~ TETE
D19. Kind of seal ~ EASTER
D19. One expressing the same thoughts ~ ECHOER
D19. Spring Sunday holiday ~ EASTER
D21. Whirligig, e.g. ~ TOY
D21. Antis' votes ~ NOS
D21. Item in a Happy Meal ~ TOY
D24. Participant in democracy ~ VOTER
D24. Calendar entries ~ DATES
D24. Candidate's quarry ~ VOTER
D25. Caribbean resort island ~ ARUBA
D25. Caribbean resort island ~ ARUBA
D25. Caribbean resort island ~ ARUBA
D26. Academy Awards, e.g. ~ EVENT
D26. Church land ~ GLEBE
D26. Broad jump or pole vault ~ EVENT
D27. Kitchen appliance ~ MIXER
D27. Connecting link ~ NEXUS
D27. Kitchen appliance ~ MIXER
D28. Holiness ~ PIETY
D28. Prevent ~ AVERT
D28. Reverence for God ~ PIETY
D29. Party handout ~ FAVOR
D29. Party handout ~ FAVOR
D29. Show bias toward ~ FAVOR
D30. Void a marriage ~ ANNUL
D30. Commonplace ~ BANAL
D30. Void a marriage ~ ANNUL
D31. Filthy stuff ~ LUCRE
D31. Sam, Vanya or Buck ~ UNCLE
D31. Filthy ___ (illicit gain) ~ LUCRE
D32. Heavens ~ ETHER
D32. Address in colonial India ~ SAHIB
D32. Anesthetic of yore ~ ETHER
D34. Ranch animal ~ STEER
D34. Confined to a pen ~ STIED
D34. Take the helm ~ STEER
D35. Clocked ~ TIMED
D35. Multiplication term ~ TIMES
D35. Like track-and-field races ~ TIMED
D38. Sophisticated ~ URBANE
D38. Baseball official ~ UMPIRE
D38. Suave ~ URBANE
D39. Dismounted ~ ALIGHTED
D39. State of limbo ~ ABEYANCE
D39. Dismounted ~ ALIGHTED
D45. It can be pitched ~ FIT
D45. Common fish fry catch ~ COD
D45. Tantrum ~ FIT
D46. Surrendered ~ CAVED
D46. Feature of a miter joint ~ BEVEL
D46. Yielded (with "in") ~ CAVED
D47. Coquette ~ TEASE
D47. Coquette ~ TEASE
D47. Harass ~ TEASE
D48. Symbol of thinness ~ WAFER
D48. "The River Wild" vessels ~ RAFTS
D48. Thin cracker ~ WAFER
D49. Barge on Boston Bay ~ SCOW
D49. Heroine, slangily ~ SCAG
D49. Barge ~ SCOW
D50. Island in the Tyrrhenian ~ ELBA
D50. "Dark Angel" actress ~ ALBA
D50. Where Napoleon went solo ~ ELBA
D51. Portal ~ DOOR
D51. Cotton capsule ~ BOLL
D51. It's implicit in knock-knock jokes ~ DOOR
D52. Forest growth ~ FERN
D52. Listen and pay attention ~ HEAR
D52. Water-loving houseplant ~ FERN
D53. Agatha's colleague ~ ERLE
D53. Net lining of a hat ~ CAUL
D53. Agatha's colleague ~ ERLE
D54. "The ___ Tattoo" (1955) ~ ROSE
D54. "Cry" singer Faith ~ HILL
D54. It would still smell sweet by any other name ~ ROSE
D55. It's on the watch ~ STEM
D55. "Desire Under the ___" ~ ELMS
D55. Part of 54-Down ~ STEM
D57. Plato's P ~ RHO
D57. Alternative to JVC or Panasonic, once ~ RCA
D57. Plato's P ~ RHO
D58. American founder of the scouts ~ LOW
D58. Cut off, as branches ~ LOP
D58. Temperature extreme ~ LOW

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