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  • Title: "THIS, THAT AND THE OTHER" (DECEMBER 22, 1999)
  • Author: By Marjorie Richter
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  • Title: "THIS, THAT ..." (JUNE 05, 2005)
  • Author: By George Keller
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A1. Theatrical failure ~ BOMB
A1. Meatloaf serving ~ SLAB
A5. Wounded by a bee's barb ~ STUNG
A5. Swindled ~ STUNG
A10. PBS request ~ GIVE
A10. PBS request ~ GIVE
A14. "Garfield" pooch ~ ODIE
A14. A hardhat might drive one ~ PILE
A15. Last king of Israel ~ HOSEA
A15. Book after Daniel ~ HOSEA
A16. "The Defiant _____" (1958) ~ ONES
A16. Unspecified people ~ ONES
A17. Alphabetize ~ SORT
A17. It preceded Germany, once ~ EAST
A18. Cathedral parts ~ APSES
A18. Cathedral parts ~ APSES
A19. Undiluted, as liquor ~ NEAT
A19. Undiluted, as liquor ~ NEAT
A20. THIS ~ CROSSWORDPUZZLE
A20. This ~ CROSSWORDPUZZLE
A23. Speak to the hard-of-hearing? ~ YELL
A23. Talk tempestuously ~ YELL
A24. Roxy Music member Brian ~ ENO
A24. Roxy Music member Brian ~ ENO
A25. Biblical crown material ~ THORNS
A25. Crown material, notably ~ THORNS
A28. Green gemstone ~ JADE
A28. Broken-down horse ~ JADE
A30. Touch, in a children's game ~ TAG
A30. Keyboard key ~ TAB
A33. Music Pulitzer Prize-winner, Kernis ~ AARON
A33. Brother of Moses ~ AARON
A34. High quality cotton ~ PIMA
A34. High-quality cotton ~ PIMA
A35. Bustle ~ TODO
A35. Bustle ~ TODO
A36. THAT ~ SHESALLFOLLOWER
A36. That ~ SHESALLFOLLOWER
A39. Santa Fe Trail town ~ TAOS
A39. Art colony in New Mexico ~ TAOS
A40. Clumsy bumblers ~ OAFS
A40. Clumsy bumblers ~ OAFS
A41. Rousseau novel ~ EMILE
A41. Rousseau book ~ EMILE
A42. Start's start? ~ ESS
A42. Start's start? ~ ESS
A43. Shetland, e.g. ~ PONY
A43. Shetland, e.g. ~ PONY
A44. Hereditary social classes ~ CASTES
A44. Hereditary social classes ~ CASTES
A45. Stir-frying pan ~ WOK
A45. Specialized kitchenware item ~ WOK
A46. It's home to Castro ~ CASA
A46. It's home to Castro ~ CASA
A47. THE OTHER ~ MOVIEABOUTTWINS
A47. The other ~ MOVIEABOUTTWINS
A55. Tel _____ ~ AVIV
A55. All fired up ~ AVID
A56. Squander ~ WASTE
A56. Squander ~ WASTE
A57. Duncan product ~ YOYO
A57. Duncan product ~ YOYO
A58. Weapon of the Middle Ages ~ MACE
A58. Can't help but ~ MUST
A59. "My Name is _____ Lev" ~ ASHER
A59. "My Name is ___ Lev" ~ ASHER
A60. Pitcher with a big mouth? ~ EWER
A60. Decorative liquid holder ~ EWER
A61. Ballantine and Redhook ~ ALES
A61. Asian nurse ~ AMAH
A62. What some candles represent ~ YEARS
A62. What some candles represent ~ YEARS
A63. Fifty cents per mile, e.g. ~ RATE
A63. Fifty cents per mile, e.g. ~ RATE
D1. Type of pear ~ BOSC
D1. Architect's detail ~ SPEC
D2. It may come out of your garbage can ~ ODOR
D2. Ananias, e.g. ~ LIAR
D3. Male artist named Joan ~ MIRO
D3. "Let's not forget ..." ~ ALSO
D4. Famous flag fashioner ~ BETSYROSS
D4. Famous flag fashioner ~ BETSYROSS
D5. They're good for granny's shoulders ~ SHAWLS
D5. Garments for granny ~ SHAWLS
D6. "Fiddler on the Roof" Oscar nominee ~ TOPOL
D6. "Fiddler on the Roof" Oscar nominee ~ TOPOL
D7. Superpower until 1991 ~ USSR
D7. Superpower until 1991 ~ USSR
D8. Destitution ~ NEED
D8. Destitution ~ NEED
D9. Step on it to step on it? ~ GASPEDAL
D9. You may step on it ~ GASPEDAL
D10. Hunter S. Thompson's style ~ GONZO
D10. Hunter S. Thompson's style ~ GONZO
D11. "The Gondoliers" character ~ INEZ
D11. "The Gondoliers" character ~ INEZ
D12. Scaloppine meat ~ VEAL
D12. Scaloppine meat ~ VEAL
D13. Powerful Italian family ~ ESTE
D13. Powerful Italian family ~ ESTE
D21. Racing legend Ayrton ~ SENNA
D21. Yellow-flowered plant ~ SENNA
D22. Arles article ~ UNE
D22. Arles article ~ UNE
D25. Have a bit of ~ TASTE
D25. Have a bit of ~ TASTE
D26. Laugh track sounds ~ HAHAS
D26. Laugh track sounds ~ HAHAS
D27. Three-part cookies ~ OREOS
D27. Treats with milk ~ OREOS
D28. "I'll be ready in a _____" ~ JIFFY
D28. "I'll be ready in a ___!" ~ JIFFY
D29. He's "Famous" for cookies ~ AMOS
D29. Book of prophecies ~ AMOS
D30. Namely ~ TOWIT
D30. Namely ~ TOWIT
D31. Fred Astaire's sister ~ ADELE
D31. Fred Astaire's sister ~ ADELE
D32. Pierces with horns ~ GORES
D32. Hardly the best guests ~ BORES
D34. Think ahead ~ PLAN
D34. Think ahead ~ PLAN
D35. Aunt Polly's nephew ~ TOMSAWYER
D35. Aunt Polly's nephew ~ TOMSAWYER
D37. Avert one's eyes ~ LOOKAWAY
D37. Avert one's eyes ~ LOOKAWAY
D38. "It was the _____ I could do" ~ LEAST
D38. The absolute minimum ~ LEAST
D43. "Annabel Lee" author ~ POE
D43. "Annabel Lee" author ~ POE
D44. Provides provender ~ CATERS
D44. Provides provender ~ CATERS
D45. "The First _____ Club" ~ WIVES
D45. Board measure ~ WIDTH
D46. More adorable ~ CUTER
D46. More adorable ~ CUTER
D47. Famous literary bear ~ MAMA
D47. Big, bad role of film ~ MAMA
D48. Shape of a famous office ~ OVAL
D48. Start of something big? ~ OVUM
D49. Opposite of virtue ~ VICE
D49. Traveler's need, maybe ~ VISA
D50. Foundation ~ BASE
D50. Foundation ~ BASE
D51. Workplace inspector, for short ~ OSHA
D51. Workplace inspector, for short ~ OSHA
D52. North-central U.S. river, city or state ~ IOWA
D52. River or city ~ IOWA
D53. Thumbs down, in the Kremlin ~ NYET
D53. Thumbs down, in the Kremlin ~ NYET
D54. Worst kind of loser ~ SORE
D54. Hot under the collar ~ SORE

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