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  • Title: "FAMILY TIES" (DECEMBER 11, 2000)
  • Author: By Holden Baker
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  • Title: TIE COLLECTION
  • Author: By Liza Crumm / Timothy Parker
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A1. The ego ~ SELF
A1. "... to thine own ___ be true" ~ SELF
A5. Work or play pants, for many ~ JEANS
A5. You may work or play in them ~ JEANS
A10. Kind of pretty? ~ CUTE
A10. Quaintly attractive ~ CUTE
A14. Gumbo-limbo ~ TREE
A14. Kind of frog ~ TREE
A15. Inuit domicile ~ IGLOO
A15. Inuit domicile ~ IGLOO
A16. Tropical cuckoos ~ ANIS
A16. Tropical cuckoos ~ ANIS
A17. Small bills ~ ONES
A17. Singles ~ ONES
A18. Tips ~ GRATUITIES
A18. What waiters may wait for ~ GRATUITIES
A20. Overland routes ~ PORTAGES
A20. Transporting costs ~ PORTAGES
A22. British standard measurement ~ METRE
A22. British standard measurement ~ METRE
A23. Cinches or clinches ~ ICES
A23. Cinches or clinches ~ ICES
A24. Crush the spirit ~ OPPRESS
A24. Crush the spirit ~ OPPRESS
A26. Harvard and MIT, e.g. ~ UNIVERSITIES
A26. Clemson and others ~ UNIVERSITIES
A30. First course, generally ~ SALAD
A30. Type of bar ~ SALAD
A31. Streamlet ~ RILL
A31. Water source ~ RILL
A32. "Me and My _____" (Spencer Tracy film) ~ GAL
A32. "For Me and My ___" ~ GAL
A35. Aromatic herb ~ DILL
A35. Aromatic herb ~ DILL
A36. Delete ~ ERASE
A36. Delete ~ ERASE
A38. Irritate ~ RILE
A38. Provoke ~ RILE
A39. Capone and Pacino ~ ALS
A39. Capone and Green ~ ALS
A40. Novel necessity ~ PLOT
A40. Novel necessity ~ PLOT
A41. Conestoga, for one ~ WAGON
A41. Prairie schooner ~ WAGON
A42. Greek-letter organizations ~ FRATERNITIES
A42. Organizations with Greek letters ~ FRATERNITIES
A45. Generally ~ ASARULE
A45. Generally ~ ASARULE
A48. Steinbeck's "_____ of Eden" ~ EAST
A48. Direction in a Steinbeck title ~ EAST
A49. Father-in-law of Jacob ~ LABAN
A49. Father-in-law of Jacob ~ LABAN
A50. Regulations against Sunday drinking, etc. ~ BLUELAWS
A50. Regulations against liquor sales, etc. ~ BLUELAWS
A54. Monopoly possessions ~ PROPERTIES
A54. What good Monopoly players possess ~ PROPERTIES
A57. Eye part ~ IRIS
A57. Eye part ~ IRIS
A58. Instrument for a Marx ~ HARP
A58. Instrument for a Marx ~ HARP
A59. Actress Dunne ~ IRENE
A59. First name among "The Beverly Hillbillies" cast ~ IRENE
A60. Aerie ~ NEST
A60. Bird sanctuary? ~ NEST
A61. Feed the pot ~ ANTE
A61. Feed the pot ~ ANTE
A62. One of Columbus' trio ~ PINTA
A62. One of a Columbian trio ~ PINTA
A63. Empty spaces ~ GAPS
A63. Fissures ~ GAPS
D1. Period, in a telegram ~ STOP
D1. Organ part ~ STOP
D2. Rubik, the cube inventor ~ ERNO
D2. Rubik, the cube inventor ~ ERNO
D3. Sidelong glance ~ LEER
D3. Sidelong glance ~ LEER
D4. Periodic celebration ~ FESTIVAL
D4. Word with film or music ~ FESTIVAL
D5. Shot glass ~ JIGGER
D5. Shot glass ~ JIGGER
D6. Barnum's exit ~ EGRESS
D6. Barnum's exit ~ EGRESS
D7. "Unfortunately..." ~ ALAS
D7. "Unfortunately ..." ~ ALAS
D8. "I think _____!" ~ NOT
D8. Word in a famous soliloquy ~ NOT
D9. Almost worthless French coin ~ SOU
D9. Almost worthless French coin ~ SOU
D10. Provides with food ~ CATERS
D10. Provides with food ~ CATERS
D11. Huddle together ~ UNITE
D11. Bring together ~ UNITE
D12. Arena levels ~ TIERS
D12. Stadium levels ~ TIERS
D13. Highway curves ~ ESSES
D13. Lisper's hurdles ~ ESSES
D19. Drive forward ~ IMPEL
D19. Drive forward ~ IMPEL
D21. Served perfectly ~ ACED
D21. Opposite of flunked ~ ACED
D24. Elevator guy ~ OTIS
D24. Elevator innovator ~ OTIS
D25. Good amount of money ~ PILE
D25. Good amount of money ~ PILE
D26. Meat inspecting org. ~ USDA
D26. Meat-inspecting org. ~ USDA
D27. Tooth's partner ~ NAIL
D27. Tooth partner ~ NAIL
D28. Troubles ~ ILLS
D28. Troubles ~ ILLS
D29. Livid ~ IRATE
D29. Livid ~ IRATE
D32. Movie musical based on a Colette novel ~ GIGI
D32. Movie musical based on a Colette novel ~ GIGI
D33. Shaving cream additive ~ ALOE
D33. Shaving-cream additive, perhaps ~ ALOE
D34. Optician's creation ~ LENS
D34. Optician's creation ~ LENS
D36. Carrier to Tel Aviv ~ ELAL
D36. Carrier to Tel Aviv ~ ELAL
D37. Mechanical learning method ~ ROTE
D37. Mechanical learning method ~ ROTE
D38. Making short percussive sounds ~ RATTLING
D38. Shaking, saber-style ~ RATTLING
D40. Barber a bush ~ PRUNE
D40. Trim limbs ~ PRUNE
D41. Sagacious ~ WISE
D41. Sagacious ~ WISE
D42. Frozen, fruity dessert ~ FRAPPE
D42. Fruit-flavored frozen beverage ~ FRAPPE
D43. Yield ~ RELENT
D43. Yield ~ RELENT
D44. Queasiness ~ NAUSEA
D44. Queasiness ~ NAUSEA
D45. Homer's first letter ~ ALPHA
D45. Homer's first letter ~ ALPHA
D46. Plastic wrap brand ~ SARAN
D46. Plastic-wrap brand ~ SARAN
D47. Scrub, at Cape Kennedy ~ ABORT
D47. Scrub, NASA-style ~ ABORT
D50. Muy _____ ~ BIEN
D50. "Muy ___" ~ BIEN
D51. Neighborhood ~ AREA
D51. Neighborhood ~ AREA
D52. Smoke trace ~ WISP
D52. Trace of smoke ~ WISP
D53. Sleek jets ~ SSTS
D53. Tu-144 and Concorde ~ SSTS
D55. Legendary sleeper ~ RIP
D55. First name in legendary sleepers ~ RIP
D56. Prefix with angle or state ~ TRI
D56. Prefix with angle or state ~ TRI

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