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  • Title: "LEAD-INS" (NOVEMBER 26, 1999)
  • Author: By James R. Richardson
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  • Title: LEAD-INS
  • Author: By J.R. Richardson / Timothy Parker
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A1. Meter servant ~ MAID
A1. "Amores" poet ~ OVID
A5. "_____ of robins in her hair" ~ ANEST
A5. "___ of robins in her hair" ~ ANEST
A10. Take on ~ HIRE
A10. Bring on board ~ HIRE
A14. Actress Purviance ~ EDNA
A14. French flick ~ CINE
A15. Dey legal-eagle drama ~ LALAW
A15. TV title on a license plate ~ LALAW
A16. Cheese from Holland ~ EDAM
A16. Cheese from Holland ~ EDAM
A17. They were behind Tony Orlando ~ DAWN
A17. Word with ghost or Our ~ TOWN
A18. "We _____ please!" ~ AIMTO
A18. "We ___ please!" ~ AIMTO
A19. First name in jeans ~ LEVI
A19. First name in jeans ~ LEVI
A20. "I _____ Camera" (1955 film) ~ AMA
A20. King preceder ~ ALA
A21. Bill that's delivered orally? ~ INVOICEMAIL
A21. Bill that's delivered orally? ~ INVOICEMAIL
A23. Robert Fuller TV Western ~ LARAMIE
A23. Wyoming city ~ LARAMIE
A25. Russo of "Buddy" ~ RENE
A25. Surrealist painter Magritte ~ RENE
A26. Advanced bus. degrees ~ DBAS
A26. Advanced bus. degrees ~ DBAS
A27. They end a century ~ NINETIES
A27. They end a century ~ NINETIES
A31. White House designer James ~ HOBAN
A31. White House designer James ~ HOBAN
A33. Religious factions ~ SECTS
A33. Religious factions ~ SECTS
A34. _____ Dinh Diem of Vietnam ~ NGO
A34. South Vietnam's ___ Dinh Diem ~ NGO
A35. What little things mean ~ ALOT
A35. What little things mean ~ ALOT
A36. Hindu deities ~ DEVAS
A36. Hindu deities ~ DEVAS
A37. Partly open, as a door ~ AJAR
A37. Partly open, as a door ~ AJAR
A38. Was published ~ RAN
A38. Sprinted ~ RAN
A39. Ito's silencer ~ GAVEL
A39. Chairman's mallet ~ GAVEL
A40. Plum puckered out? ~ PRUNE
A40. Plum puckered out? ~ PRUNE
A41. Bachelor's supper, maybe ~ TVDINNER
A41. Bachelor's supper, maybe ~ TVDINNER
A43. Person bringing a case ~ SUER
A43. Person bringing a case ~ SUER
A44. Move the yard markers ~ GAIN
A44. Put on pounds ~ GAIN
A45. Tyler Moore's co-star ~ VANDYKE
A45. Tyler Moore's co-star ~ VANDYKE
A48. Write a policy on a good bet? ~ INSURETHING
A48. Write a policy on a certainty? ~ INSURETHING
A52. "_____ Boot" (classic war film) ~ DAS
A52. Margery of nursery rhymedom ~ DAW
A53. Snack bar drink ~ COLA
A53. Soft drink selection ~ COLA
A54. Buy alternative ~ LEASE
A54. Buy alternative ~ LEASE
A55. Jeff's comics partner ~ MUTT
A55. Guitar forerunner ~ LUTE
A56. One of "The Waltons" girls ~ ERIN
A56. One of "The Waltons" girls ~ ERIN
A57. Pre-Easter periods ~ LENTS
A57. Pre-Easter periods ~ LENTS
A58. End in _____ (require overtime) ~ ATIE
A58. Mix the batter ~ STIR
A59. Arp's art ~ DADA
A59. Arp's style ~ DADA
A60. "This foolishness must _____ once!" ~ ENDAT
A60. Conclude by ~ ENDAT
A61. Comic Louis and Bill the "Science Guy" ~ NYES
A61. Hair salon stock ~ DYES
D1. Decoration of honor ~ MEDAL
D1. In base eight ~ OCTAL
D2. Lorne Greene in "Battlestar Galactica" ~ ADAMA
D2. Cello relative ~ VIOLA
D3. Reclusive star of TV's "Wagon Train"? ~ INWARDBOND
D3. Reclusive star of TV's "Wagon Train"? ~ INWARDBOND
D4. Dapper fellow? ~ DAN
D4. Lion's place ~ DEN
D5. Singer Morissette ~ ALANIS
D5. Singer Morissette ~ ALANIS
D6. Wet behind the ears ~ NAIVE
D6. Wet behind the ears ~ NAIVE
D7. Pollster Roper ~ ELMO
D7. Sailor's saint ~ ELMO
D8. Like a Jonathan Swift book ~ SATIRICAL
D8. Exposing human folly to ridicule ~ SATIRICAL
D9. Worth of some opinions? ~ TWOCENTS
D9. Worth of some opinions? ~ TWOCENTS
D10. Protection for a rollerblader ~ HELMET
D10. Protection for a cyclist ~ HELMET
D11. "What's the big _____?" ~ IDEA
D11. "What's the big ___?" ~ IDEA
D12. Musician Shankar ~ RAVI
D12. Musician Shankar ~ RAVI
D13. Olympic track champion Zatopek ~ EMIL
D13. Olympic track champion Zatopek ~ EMIL
D21. "_____ Old Cowhand" ~ IMAN
D21. "___ Old Cowhand" ~ IMAN
D22. Chemical suffixes ~ ENES
D22. Some compass pts. ~ ENES
D24. Blind as _____ ~ ABAT
D24. Blind as ___ ~ ABAT
D27. "_____ Been Kissed" (1999) ~ NEVER
D27. Not even once ~ NEVER
D28. What a court panel hearing an industrial accident case has? ~ INJURYDUTY
D28. What a court panel hearing an accident case has? ~ INJURYDUTY
D29. Actor Richard or Eddie ~ EGAN
D29. "Magnet and Steel" singer Walter ~ EGAN
D30. Sensitive spot ~ SORE
D30. Needing liniment ~ SORE
D31. Wagner TV role ~ HART
D31. Male red deer ~ HART
D32. Norwegian royal name ~ OLAV
D32. Norwegian royal name (Var.) ~ OLAV
D33. Stalag number in a classic film ~ SEVENTEEN
D33. Stalag number in a classic film ~ SEVENTEEN
D36. Steel in writing ~ DANIELLE
D36. Steel the writer ~ DANIELLE
D37. "Not worth _____ cent" ~ ARED
D37. "Not worth ___ cent" ~ ARED
D39. Growl ~ GNAR
D39. Growl ~ GNAR
D40. Low one-horse box sleigh ~ PUNG
D40. Low, one-horse box sleigh ~ PUNG
D42. Lizard in a Tennessee Williams title ~ IGUANA
D42. Lizard in a Tennessee Williams title ~ IGUANA
D43. Least off-the-wall ~ SANEST
D43. Most mentally sound ~ SANEST
D45. "Hasta la _____!" ~ VISTA
D45. "Hasta la ___!" ~ VISTA
D46. Couric of "Today" ~ KATIE
D46. Couric of "Today" ~ KATIE
D47. Adlai's 1956 running mate ~ ESTES
D47. Big-mouthed pitchers ~ EWERS
D48. Kind of coffee or tea ~ ICED
D48. Kind of tea ~ ICED
D49. Dunn or Ephron ~ NORA
D49. Dunn or Ephron ~ NORA
D50. Tried to beat the tag ~ SLID
D50. Tried to beat the tag ~ SLID
D51. Round of applause ~ HAND
D51. Round of applause ~ HAND
D55. Word in the name of many superheroes ~ MAN
D55. Tripper's turn-on ~ LSD

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