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  • Title: "A DOG'S LIFE" (AUGUST 19, 1999)
  • Author: By Ron Halverson
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  • Title: "DOG DAYS" (SEPTEMBER 21, 2005)
  • Author: By Elaine Burhardt
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  • Title: CANINE TO FIVE
  • Author: By Zinny Feapher / Timothy Parker
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A1. Connors rival ~ ASHE
A1. A Connors' rival ~ ASHE
A1. Have a severe yearning ~ ACHE
A5. K-6 ~ ELEM
A5. "The Shadow" star Baldwin ~ ALEC
A5. Cast wearer's problem ~ ITCH
A9. Graft recipient ~ HOST
A9. Graft recipient ~ HOST
A9. Briefcase closer ~ HASP
A13. Word in a pay-per-view event ~ BOUT
A13. Word in a pay-per-view event, perhaps ~ BOUT
A13. Type of guide ~ TOUR
A14. Free of doubt ~ SURE
A14. Skywalker cohort ~ SOLO
A14. The former French Sudan ~ MALI
A15. Donnybrook ~ MELEE
A15. Donnybrook ~ MELEE
A15. Word from a grateful Parisian ~ MERCI
A16. Sport fisherman's catch ~ BASS
A16. Sport fisherman's catch ~ BASS
A16. The life of Riley ~ EASE
A17. First family member ~ CAIN
A17. Telephone button ~ STAR
A17. Make preparations ~ PLAN
A18. Idle and Roberts ~ ERICS
A18. Idle and Roberts ~ ERICS
A18. Cereal grass fungus ~ ERGOT
A19. Commandments chest ~ ARK
A19. Commandments chest ~ ARK
A19. Antlered animal ~ ELK
A20. Canine's canine? ~ HOUNDSTOOTH
A20. Canine's canine? ~ HOUNDSTOOTH
A20. Canine's canine? ~ HOUNDSTOOTH
A22. New/Day divider ~ YEARS
A22. New Day divider ~ YEARS
A22. Some sentence units ~ YEARS
A24. "We three kings of Orient _____" ~ ARE
A24. "We Three Kings of Orient ___" ~ ARE
A24. "We Three Kings of Orient ___" ~ ARE
A25. Prance about ~ CAVORT
A25. Play boisterously ~ CAVORT
A25. Prance about ~ CAVORT
A27. Rhodes sight ~ COLOSSUS
A27. Rhodes sight ~ COLOSSUS
A27. Rhodes sight ~ COLOSSUS
A32. Perform community service, perhaps ~ ATONE
A32. Perform community service, perhaps ~ ATONE
A32. Offer reparation ~ ATONE
A33. Jingles ~ TUNES
A33. Jingles ~ TUNES
A33. Airs or numbers ~ TUNES
A34. ___-Magnon ~ CRO
A34. ___-Magnon ~ CRO
A34. ___-Magnon ~ CRO
A35. Island vacation souvenirs ~ LEIS
A35. Some island souvenirs ~ LEIS
A35. Floral circles ~ LEIS
A36. Keeps one's head above water ~ SWIMS
A36. Emulates Ederle ~ SWIMS
A36. Begins a triathlon ~ SWIMS
A37. Plus or minus, e.g. ~ SIGN
A37. Plus or minus, e.g. ~ SIGN
A37. Harbinger ~ SIGN
A38. Big _____ (Slammin' Sammy's friend) ~ MAC
A38. Country singer Davis ~ MAC
A38. Brit's raincoat ~ MAC
A39. Geoffrey Rush film ~ SHINE
A39. Shoe finish ~ SHINE
A39. Rain alternative ~ SHINE
A40. Martin or Charlie ~ SHEEN
A40. Luster ~ SHEEN
A40. Glossiness ~ SHEEN
A41. Sniffing ~ SMELLING
A41. Tasting the air ~ SMELLING
A41. Picking up some perfume? ~ SMELLING
A43. Mite-sized ~ TEENSY
A43. Mite-sized ~ TEENSY
A43. Lilliputian ~ TEENSY
A44. "_____ Heldenleben" (Strauss piece) ~ EIN
A44. "___ Heldenleben" (Strauss piece) ~ EIN
A44. Strauss' "___ Heldenleben" ~ EIN
A45. "Love Boat" character ~ ISAAC
A45. Funk of Funk & Wagnalls ~ ISAAC
A45. Son of Sarah ~ ISAAC
A46. Fashionable doggy? ~ TRENDSETTER
A46. Fashionable doggy? ~ TRENDSETTER
A46. Fashionable canine? ~ TRENDSETTER
A51. Biblical matriarch ~ EVE
A51. Biblical matriarch ~ EVE
A51. One in a dozen ~ EGG
A54. Salon solution ~ RINSE
A54. Salon solution ~ RINSE
A54. Washer cycle ~ RINSE
A55. Rhymester ~ POET
A55. Rhymester ~ POET
A55. Pablo Neruda, e.g. ~ POET
A56. Knocked off a dragon ~ SLEW
A56. Knocked off a dragon ~ SLEW
A56. Swing around ~ SLUE
A57. Seasonal workers ~ ELVES
A57. Seasonal workers ~ ELVES
A57. Noted seasonal workers ~ ELVES
A58. Slippery trees? ~ ELMS
A58. Slippery trees? ~ ELMS
A58. "Desire Under the ___" ~ ELMS
A59. Colonial governor Thomas ~ GAGE
A59. Colonial governor Thomas ~ GAGE
A59. Deserve ~ EARN
A60. Piano pieces? ~ KEYS
A60. Piano pieces? ~ KEYS
A60. Piano pieces? ~ KEYS
A61. Where or whither starter ~ ELSE
A61. Where or wise starter ~ ELSE
A61. Where or whither starter ~ ELSE
A62. Way up a hill ~ TBAR
A62. Way up a hill ~ TBAR
A62. Be adjacent to ~ ABUT
D1. 1970's pop quartet ~ ABBA
D1. '70s pop quartet ~ ABBA
D1. Fit to ___ ~ ATEE
D2. Make like an eagle ~ SOAR
D2. Head for the heavens ~ SOAR
D2. Fossil fuel ~ COAL
D3. Canine laryngitis? ~ HUSKYVOICE
D3. Canine laryngitis? ~ HUSKYVOICE
D3. Canine's articulation? ~ HUSKYVOICE
D4. Tabloid subjects ~ ETS
D4. Short tabloid subjects ~ ETS
D4. Center of a noted palindrome ~ ERE
D5. Social companion ~ ESCORT
D5. Distribute into groups ~ ASSORT
D5. Ship in ~ IMPORT
D6. Certain island feasts ~ LUAUS
D6. Yoga position ~ LOTUS
D6. Ankle bone ~ TALUS
D7. Poet's Ireland ~ ERIN
D7. Distinctive flair ~ ELAN
D7. Tartan-wearing group ~ CLAN
D8. Remedy ~ MEND
D8. Extension extension ~ CORD
D8. Sir Francis Drake's was golden ~ HIND
D9. They save the day ~ HEROES
D9. Protagonists ~ HEROES
D9. Chivalrous ones ~ HEROES
D10. Miscellany ~ OLIO
D10. Miscellany ~ OLIO
D10. Bearer of the Golden Fleece ~ ARGO
D11. Chip off the old flock? ~ SECT
D11. Denominational offshoot ~ SECT
D11. Dumbarton native ~ SCOT
D12. TV co-host John ~ TESH
D12. "Live at Red Rocks" pianist ~ TESH
D12. Type of helmet ~ PITH
D15. Underground railways of Paris and D.C. ~ METROS
D15. Underground railways of Paris and D.C. ~ METROS
D15. Underground railways of Paris and D.C. ~ METROS
D20. Hound's prey ~ HARE
D20. It's famous for its rapid transit ~ HARE
D20. Fabled race participant ~ HARE
D21. Type of pitch ~ SALES
D21. Type of pitch ~ SALES
D21. Type of pitch ~ SALES
D23. Ages ~ EONS
D23. Ages ~ EONS
D23. Billions of years ~ EONS
D25. Settles ~ CALMS
D25. Settles ~ CALMS
D25. Quiets down ~ CALMS
D26. Mr. T's gang ~ ATEAM
D26. Mr. T's gang ~ ATEAM
D26. Starters, in sports ~ ATEAM
D27. Signaling ~ CUING
D27. Signaling ~ CUING
D27. Prompter's activity ~ CUING
D28. "That's a new one _____!" ~ ONME
D28. "That's a new one ___!" ~ ONME
D28. "That's a new one ___!" ~ ONME
D29. Experimental pooch? ~ SCIENCELAB
D29. Experimental pooch? ~ SCIENCELAB
D29. Experimental canine? ~ SCIENCELAB
D30. Strong impulses ~ URGES
D30. Strong impulses ~ URGES
D30. Irrational motives ~ URGES
D31. Heavyweight Liston ~ SONNY
D31. Heavyweight Liston ~ SONNY
D31. One of the Corleones ~ SONNY
D33. Mattress size ~ TWIN
D33. Mattress size ~ TWIN
D33. Mattress size ~ TWIN
D36. They're under the patella ~ SHINS
D36. They're under the patellae ~ SHINS
D36. Bad places to get your kicks ~ SHINS
D37. Queens diamond? ~ SHEA
D37. Queens diamond? ~ SHEA
D37. Flushing field ~ SHEA
D39. Playground staples ~ SLIDES
D39. Playground staples ~ SLIDES
D39. Transparencies ~ SLIDES
D40. Parch ~ SEAR
D40. Seal in the juices ~ SEAR
D40. Parch ~ SEAR
D42. Microscope parts ~ LENSES
D42. Microscope parts ~ LENSES
D42. They may be corrective ~ LENSES
D43. Fly over the equator? ~ TSETSE
D43. Fly over the equator? ~ TSETSE
D43. Fly over the equator? ~ TSETSE
D45. Knickknacks ~ ITEMS
D45. Knickknacks ~ ITEMS
D45. Checkout units ~ ITEMS
D46. Star _____ ~ TREK
D46. Arduous journey ~ TREK
D46. Kirk's journey ~ TREK
D47. Ruffle some feathers ~ RILE
D47. Ruffle some feathers ~ RILE
D47. Make angry ~ RILE
D48. A deadly sin ~ ENVY
D48. A deadly sin ~ ENVY
D48. A deadly sin ~ ENVY
D49. You don't want a tip from this ~ EPEE
D49. Blunted weapon ~ EPEE
D49. Blunted weapon ~ EPEE
D50. Certain car payment ~ TOLL
D50. Certain car payment ~ TOLL
D50. Rite of passage? ~ TOLL
D52. Pinto rival ~ VEGA
D52. Pinto rival of old ~ VEGA
D52. Esteemed teacher ~ GURU
D53. Wide-spouted jug ~ EWER
D53. Wide-spouted jug ~ EWER
D53. Lady's escort, briefly ~ GENT
D56. Carter or Bilko of classic TV ~ SGT
D56. Carter of classic TV ~ SGT
D56. Hemingway title word ~ SEA

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