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  • Title: "AUTO-MATIC" (DECEMBER 08, 2000)
  • Author: By Thomas W. Schier
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  • Title: AUTO PARTS
  • Author: By Isaiah Burke / Timothy Parker
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A1. With the intent ~ SOAS
A1. It holds a yard ~ MAST
A5. "_____ got a ticket to ride...." ~ SHES
A5. Nautical pronouns ~ SHES
A9. Noted fur trader ~ ASTOR
A9. Selling point ~ ASSET
A14. Colleague of Dashiell ~ ERLE
A14. Assistant with a hunch? ~ IGOR
A15. Like a sourball ~ TART
A15. Race terminus ~ TAPE
A16. Porter's beer ~ STOUT
A16. It's what all the world is, in a saying ~ STAGE
A17. Weather forecast ~ RAIN
A17. "Queen ___ Day" ~ FORA
A18. Inter _____ (among others) ~ ALIA
A18. Toward the sheltered side ~ ALEE
A19. One of the Rolling Stones ~ WATTS
A19. Word with station or chuck ~ WAGON
A20. "Before the Next Teardrop Falls" singer ~ FREDDYFENDER
A20. "Before the Next Teardrop Falls" singer ~ FREDDYFENDER
A23. Smell and taste, e.g. ~ SENSES
A23. Draped Indian garments (Var.) ~ SAREES
A24. Apportions ~ ALLOTS
A24. Distributes ~ ALLOTS
A28. Under favorable circumstances ~ INAGOODLIGHT
A28. Under favorable circumstances ~ INAGOODLIGHT
A32. Detective with a number one son ~ CHAN
A32. Detective with a number one son ~ CHAN
A35. Oddsmaker's last words? ~ TOONE
A35. Oddsmaker's last words? ~ TOONE
A36. Quiz choice ~ TRUE
A36. Archaic pronoun ~ THEE
A37. Take more than one's share of ~ HOG
A37. Take more than one's share of ~ HOG
A38. Not just any ~ THE
A38. Not just any ~ THE
A39. Pelagic bird ~ ERN
A39. Bordeaux beau ~ AMI
A40. Untold centuries ~ EONS
A40. Untold centuries ~ EONS
A42. Property encumbrances ~ LIENS
A42. Property encumbrances ~ LIENS
A44. _____ buco (Italian dish) ~ OSSO
A44. Eclipse, maybe ~ OMEN
A45. Negotiate ~ WHEELANDDEAL
A45. Negotiate ~ WHEELANDDEAL
A48. Blew a gasket ~ SAWRED
A48. Blew a gasket ~ SAWRED
A49. Sir Hardwicke or Ceballos ~ CEDRIC
A49. "The Entertainer" of film ~ CEDRIC
A53. Calf-length slacks ~ PEDALPUSHERS
A53. Midcalf-length slacks ~ PEDALPUSHERS
A57. Avoid cancellation ~ RENEW
A57. Avoid cancellation ~ RENEW
A60. Not virtual ~ REAL
A60. Not virtual ~ REAL
A61. "Take _____ from me" ("Here's my advice") ~ ATIP
A61. "Take ___ from me" ("Here's my advice") ~ ATIP
A62. Sports center ~ ARENA
A62. Sports center ~ ARENA
A63. "Young Frankenstein" character ~ INGA
A63. "Young Frankenstein" heroine ~ INGA
A64. 15th-century maritime name ~ NINA
A64. 15th-century maritime name ~ NINA
A65. Trivial ~ PETTY
A65. Trivial ~ PETTY
A66. No layabout ~ DOER
A66. Opposite of a layabout ~ DOER
A67. Faculty boss ~ DEAN
A67. Person with a list ~ DEAN
D1. Feudal underlings ~ SERFS
D1. Ruffles one's feathers ~ MIFFS
D2. Descriptive words for Ben Jonson ~ ORARE
D2. Shopping hub of old Athens ~ AGORA
D3. Xenophobe's fear ~ ALIEN
D3. Comparatively irate ~ SORER
D4. Submits, as a contest form ~ SENDSIN
D4. Used car lot item ~ TRADEIN
D5. Diligently pursues or resides ~ STAYSAT
D5. Diligently pursues or resides ~ STAYSAT
D6. Football game segment ~ HALF
D6. Fair share, maybe ~ HALF
D7. Weird-sounding lake ~ ERIE
D7. Weapon with a fluted blade ~ EPEE
D8. Novelist Barstow ~ STAN
D8. Detected ~ SEEN
D9. Too ~ ASWELL
D9. Too ~ ASWELL
D10. Like a beautiful night sky ~ STARLIT
D10. Like a moonless sky ~ STARLIT
D11. Kindergartner ~ TOT
D11. Give in to gravity ~ SAG
D12. Thumb-in-the-air call ~ OUT
D12. It may be easily bruised ~ EGO
D13. ACLU concern ~ RTS
D13. Start of a countdown, perhaps ~ TEN
D21. Remote room? ~ DEN
D21. Pride's place ~ DEN
D22. Miami-___ (Florida county) ~ DADE
D22. Sunshine State county ~ DADE
D25. Frightful giants ~ OGRES
D25. Old Irish writing ~ OGHAM
D26. Calendar abbr. ~ THURS
D26. Signature melody ~ THEME
D27. Shorthand pro ~ STENO
D27. Beer holder ~ STEIN
D29. Crashed the gate ~ GOTIN
D29. Was admitted ~ GOTIN
D30. Gasped with delight ~ OOHED
D30. Expressed amazement ~ OOHED
D31. Without a break ~ ONEND
D31. Uninterruptedly ~ ONEND
D32. Masticates ~ CHEWS
D32. Masticates ~ CHEWS
D33. Fracas ~ HOOHA
D33. Fracas ~ HOOHA
D34. Ford replaced him ~ AGNEW
D34. Ford replaced him ~ AGNEW
D41. Biblical reptile ~ SERPENT
D41. Biblical reptile ~ SERPENT
D42. Cheryl or Alan ~ LADD
D42. Cheryl or Alan ~ LADD
D43. Worldly, not spiritual ~ SECULAR
D43. Worldly, not spiritual ~ SECULAR
D44. Veteran ~ OLDHAND
D44. One with lots of experience ~ OLDHAND
D46. Elbowroom ~ LEEWAY
D46. Elbowroom ~ LEEWAY
D47. D.D.E. beat him twice ~ AES
D47. D.D.E. beat him twice ~ AES
D50. Rally to even the score again ~ RETIE
D50. Rally to even the score again ~ RETIE
D51. One of a Chekhov trio ~ IRINA
D51. One of a Chekhov trio ~ IRINA
D52. Political buff's cable station ~ CSPAN
D52. Political buff's cable station ~ CSPAN
D54. Sun-baked ~ ARID
D54. Excessively dry ~ ARID
D55. Comic who "jaws" at night ~ LENO
D55. Weeknightly monologist ~ LENO
D56. Doctor's interruption ~ PAGE
D56. Unit of literature ~ PAGE
D57. Grammy category ~ RAP
D57. Word with sheet or session ~ RAP
D58. Prior to, to Prior ~ ERE
D58. Obsolete preposition ~ ERE
D59. Place to surf without a board ~ NET
D59. Mosquito barrier ~ NET

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