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  • Title: "FAMILIARLY FAMOUS" (NOVEMBER 11, 2003)
  • Author: By Gordon Seaberg
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  • Title: CARD CATALOG
  • Author: By Lucas Breme / Timothy Parker
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A1. Part of Batman's ensemble ~ CAPE
A1. Participate in a certain child's game ~ HIDE
A5. Barreled along ~ SPED
A5. Did 75, say ~ SPED
A9. Counterfeit tokens ~ SLUGS
A9. Changes direction abruptly ~ SLUES
A14. Hawkeye portrayer ~ ALAN
A14. Universally known figure ~ ICON
A15. One for the road? ~ AUTO
A15. Its body is primed ~ AUTO
A16. Solitaire unit ~ CARAT
A16. Insertion symbol ~ CARET
A17. Tarzan, familiarly ~ KINGOFTHEJUNGLE
A17. Tarzan ~ KINGOFTHEJUNGLE
A20. Barely manage (with "out") ~ EKE
A20. Though, poetically ~ EEN
A21. Name used in exclamations ~ PETE
A21. Name used in exclamations ~ PETE
A22. Firstborn ~ OLDEST
A22. A Guinness world record adjective ~ OLDEST
A23. Civil rights city in Alabama ~ SELMA
A23. Story of conflict, perhaps ~ DRAMA
A25. Invitation notation ~ RSVP
A25. Invitation notation ~ RSVP
A27. What little things mean? ~ ALOT
A27. What little things mean? ~ ALOT
A30. Sawed at an angle ~ MITERED
A30. Sawn at an angle ~ MITERED
A35. Way off yonder ~ AFAR
A35. Churchill's "___ Country" ~ AFAR
A38. Advertising catchword ~ FREE
A38. Advertising catchword ~ FREE
A40. Bluto's dream girl ~ OLIVE
A40. Bluto's dream girl ~ OLIVE
A41. Do-it-yourself type ~ JACKOFALLTRADES
A41. Handyman ~ JACKOFALLTRADES
A44. Consumed with gusto ~ ATEUP
A44. Consumed with gusto ~ ATEUP
A45. Presque ___, Maine, e.g. ~ ISLE
A45. Maroon's locale ~ ISLE
A46. Hatcher or Garr ~ TERI
A46. First name in the "Desperate Housewives" cast ~ TERI
A47. Aretha's signature song ~ RESPECT
A47. Aretha's signature song ~ RESPECT
A49. Shopper stopper ~ SALE
A49. Telemarketer's aim ~ SALE
A51. Not yet final, in law ~ NISI
A51. Not yet final, in law ~ NISI
A53. Roll with the punches ~ ADAPT
A53. Roll with the punches ~ ADAPT
A57. American writer Plath ~ SYLVIA
A57. American writer Plath ~ SYLVIA
A61. Cyber-junk ~ SPAM
A61. Cyber annoyance, to many ~ SPAM
A64. Parent's order ~ NOW
A64. Parent's order ~ NOW
A65. Mary Higgins Clark, familiarly ~ QUEENOFSUSPENSE
A65. Mary Higgins Clark (with "The") ~ QUEENOFSUSPENSE
A68. Throw angrily ~ FLING
A68. Throw angrily ~ FLING
A69. Ethereal glow ~ AURA
A69. Ethereal glow ~ AURA
A70. Fall's opposite ~ RISE
A70. Be revolting? ~ RISE
A71. Things often passed ~ TESTS
A71. They're held for questioning ~ TESTS
A72. Heartfelt ~ DEEP
A72. Heartfelt ~ DEEP
A73. Saxophonist's need ~ REED
A73. Stalk by the river ~ REED
D1. Some candle holders? ~ CAKES
D1. Took a long walk ~ HIKED
D2. Identical ~ ALIKE
D2. More gelid ~ ICIER
D3. Finish a basement, in a way ~ PANEL
D3. Karan of fashion ~ DONNA
D4. Noted twin ~ ENG
D4. Chang's twin ~ ENG
D5. Gem holder ~ SAFE
D5. Sound partner ~ SAFE
D6. Minor stroke ~ PUTT
D6. Gentle stroke ~ PUTT
D7. Old-style anesthetic ~ ETHER
D7. Old sleep-inducer ~ ETHER
D8. One that brings in the bucks? ~ DOE
D8. She may be out for a buck ~ DOE
D9. Michelangelo, for one ~ SCULPTOR
D9. Rodin, for one ~ SCULPTOR
D10. Something to speculate in ~ LAND
D10. Word with "ho" ~ LAND
D11. Spur on ~ URGE
D11. Impulse ~ URGE
D12. Some square dancers ~ GALS
D12. Pickled delicacies ~ EELS
D13. Editor's override ~ STET
D13. Editor's override ~ STET
D18. October's jewel ~ OPAL
D18. October's jewel ~ OPAL
D19. Rock's Bon ___ ~ JOVI
D19. "Bed of Roses" band Bon ___ ~ JOVI
D24. Seller's profit margin ~ MARKUP
D24. Seller's profit margin ~ MARKUP
D26. Detects a rat? ~ SMELLS
D26. Is repulsive, in a way ~ SMELLS
D28. Switch setting ~ OFF
D28. Not at one's best ~ OFF
D29. Blond hair, hot temper, etc. ~ TRAITS
D29. Geneticist's study ~ TRAITS
D31. Tickled pink ~ ELATED
D31. Filled with joy ~ ELATED
D32. Carousel, e.g. ~ RIDE
D32. Heckle ~ RIDE
D33. Lasting introduction? ~ EVER
D33. Lasting introduction? ~ EVER
D34. Lucy's husband ~ DESI
D34. He loved Lucy ~ DESI
D35. Slightly cracked ~ AJAR
D35. Slightly cracked ~ AJAR
D36. It may be tempted ~ FATE
D36. It may be tempted ~ FATE
D37. Hand helpers ~ ACES
D37. They cannot be returned ~ ACES
D39. Ernie on the links ~ ELS
D39. Upraised railroads ~ ELS
D42. Job vacancies ~ OPENINGS
D42. Vacancies ~ OPENINGS
D43. It's bagged in the supermarket ~ TEA
D43. Hyson, for one ~ TEA
D48. Toodle-oo, in Turin ~ CIAO
D48. Venetian farewell ~ CIAO
D50. Item beside an easy chair ~ LAMP
D50. Item beside an easy chair ~ LAMP
D52. Unit of Time ~ ISSUE
D52. One of Seventeen? ~ ISSUE
D54. "Tomorrow" musical ~ ANNIE
D54. Musical with a dog ~ ANNIE
D55. Oater assemblage ~ POSSE
D55. Oater assemblage ~ POSSE
D56. Like some jackets ~ TWEED
D56. Like some jackets ~ TWEED
D57. Room meas. ~ SQFT
D57. Room meas. ~ SQFT
D58. Kind of tide ~ YULE
D58. Kind of tide ~ YULE
D59. Oahu wreaths ~ LEIS
D59. Oahu wreaths ~ LEIS
D60. Let off steam ~ VENT
D60. Let off steam ~ VENT
D62. Untainted ~ PURE
D62. Untainted ~ PURE
D63. Quickly, in memos ~ ASAP
D63. Letters on a work order, perhaps ~ ASAP
D66. Pet rock, once ~ FAD
D66. Pet Rock, once ~ FAD
D67. Get it wrong ~ ERR
D67. Get it wrong ~ ERR

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