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  • Title: "A CROSS WORD PUZZLE" (JUNE 07, 2000)
  • Author: By Ron Halverson
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  • Title: CROSS-WORD PUZZLE
  • Author: By Ron Halverson / Timothy Parker
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A1. Made studs ~ SAWED
A1. Worked in a lumber mill, in a way ~ SAWED
A6. Quebec city ~ ALMA
A6. ___ mater ~ ALMA
A10. Poet Sandburg ~ CARL
A10. "Blue Suede Shoes" writer Perkins ~ CARL
A14. Stiller's partner ~ MEARA
A14. Stiller's partner ~ MEARA
A15. Drop of sorrow ~ TEAR
A15. Dotted-line command ~ TEAR
A16. Ersatz spread ~ OLEO
A16. Bargain spread ~ OLEO
A17. Calliope kin ~ ORGAN
A17. Calliope kin ~ ORGAN
A18. Tibetan holy man ~ LAMA
A18. Tibetan holy man ~ LAMA
A19. One of the first ships to arrive in America ~ NINA
A19. Fifteenth-century ship ~ NINA
A20. Sentimental stuff ~ GOO
A20. Mawkish drivel ~ GOO
A21. Red CROSS organizer ~ CLARABARTON
A21. American Red Cross organizer ~ CLARABARTON
A24. Requisites ~ NEEDS
A24. It's good to meet them ~ NEEDS
A26. Between pig and poke ~ INA
A26. Words with jiffy or pinch ~ INA
A27. Boards walkers ~ ACTORS
A27. Fox and Coyote, for two ~ ACTORS
A29. Forebear pair ~ GRANDPAS
A29. Forebear pair ~ GRANDPAS
A34. Lefts and rights ~ TURNS
A34. Lefts and rights ~ TURNS
A35. Salty water ~ BRINE
A35. Pickling solution ~ BRINE
A36. Like a little Caesar? ~ EMP
A36. Nero's title, briefly ~ EMP
A37. Cup holders? ~ BRAS
A37. Cup holders? ~ BRAS
A38. Hippie's accessories ~ BEADS
A38. Abacus components ~ BEADS
A39. The Andrews Sisters, e.g. ~ TRIO
A39. The Andrews Sisters, e.g. ~ TRIO
A40. "_____ was saying,..." ~ ASI
A40. "___ was saying ..." ~ ASI
A41. Quashes ~ HALTS
A41. Quashes ~ HALTS
A42. Relinquish ~ FORGO
A42. Relinquish ~ FORGO
A43. Octopus feature ~ TENTACLE
A43. Jellyfish appendage ~ TENTACLE
A45. It's grand in Arizona ~ CANYON
A45. Grand attraction ~ CANYON
A46. Popular fruit drink brand ~ HIC
A46. "How Dry I Am" punctuation, perhaps ~ HIC
A47. Tribal pole ~ TOTEM
A47. Tribal pole ~ TOTEM
A48. CROSS your heart ~ SWEARANOATH
A48. Cross your heart ~ SWEARANOATH
A53. Television plugs ~ ADS
A53. Television plugs ~ ADS
A56. Detriment ~ HARM
A56. Detriment ~ HARM
A57. Curtain inserts ~ RODS
A57. Curtain inserts ~ RODS
A58. Dairy-case image ~ ELSIE
A58. Trademarked cow ~ ELSIE
A60. Advocate ~ URGE
A60. Advocate ~ URGE
A61. "Be that _____ may..." ~ ASIT
A61. "Be that ___ may ..." ~ ASIT
A62. In total accord ~ ASONE
A62. In total accord ~ ASONE
A63. "Iliad" or "Odyssey," e.g. ~ EPOS
A63. Heroic poem ~ EPOS
A64. Actress Daly ~ TYNE
A64. Emmy-winning Daly ~ TYNE
A65. Sahara sights ~ DUNES
A65. Sahara sights ~ DUNES
D1. Subject of an alert ~ SMOG
D1. Subject of an alert ~ SMOG
D2. For aircraft ~ AERO
D2. For aircraft ~ AERO
D3. CROSS-country travel of old ~ WAGONTRAIN
D3. Cross-country travel of old ~ WAGONTRAIN
D4. Stat for Babe Ruth, but only early on ~ ERA
D4. History book discussion, perhaps ~ ERA
D5. Chorus line ~ DANCERS
D5. Chorus girls ~ DANCERS
D6. Traveler's aid ~ ATLAS
D6. Encyclopedia section ~ ATLAS
D7. Shakespearean protagonist ~ LEAR
D7. Shakespearean protagonist ~ LEAR
D8. "That's All Right _____" (Elvis hit) ~ MAMA
D8. "That's All Right, ___" (Elvis hit) ~ MAMA
D9. Swift, graceful horses ~ ARABIANS
D9. Swift, graceful horses ~ ARABIANS
D10. Hotelier Hilton ~ CONRAD
D10. Hotelier Hilton ~ CONRAD
D11. Dismounted ~ ALIT
D11. Dismounted ~ ALIT
D12. Town on the Truckee ~ RENO
D12. Town on the Truckee ~ RENO
D13. Advance, e.g. ~ LOAN
D13. Advance, e.g. ~ LOAN
D22. The Mormons, initially ~ LDS
D22. The Mormons, initially ~ LDS
D23. Klein of fashion ~ ANNE
D23. Klein of fashion ~ ANNE
D25. Many millenniums ~ EONS
D25. Many millennia ~ EONS
D27. Where one may be swinging or taking ~ ATBAT
D27. Trip to the plate ~ ATBAT
D28. Turn the air blue ~ CURSE
D28. Turn the air blue ~ CURSE
D29. Frame of bars ~ GRATE
D29. Shred cheese ~ GRATE
D30. Disembarrasses ~ RIDS
D30. Disembarrasses ~ RIDS
D31. TV CROSS-examiner ~ PERRYMASON
D31. TV cross-examiner ~ PERRYMASON
D32. Chum, south of the border ~ AMIGO
D32. Chum, south of the border ~ AMIGO
D33. It may be silver or greasy ~ SPOON
D33. Runaway of rhyme ~ SPOON
D35. Liberty or dinner ~ BELL
D35. Liberty or dinner ~ BELL
D38. Vegas game ~ BACCARAT
D38. Vegas game ~ BACCARAT
D39. Dialer's sound ~ TONE
D39. Dialer's sound ~ TONE
D41. Head covering ~ HAIR
D41. Slimmest winning margin? ~ HAIR
D42. Twit ~ FATHEAD
D42. Ninny ~ FATHEAD
D44. Henley Regatta site ~ THAMES
D44. Henley Royal Regatta site ~ THAMES
D45. No-frills bed ~ COT
D45. No-frills bed ~ COT
D47. Have a trying experience? ~ TASTE
D47. Have a trying experience? ~ TASTE
D48. Elisabeth of "The Saint" ~ SHUE
D48. Elisabeth of "The Saint" ~ SHUE
D49. Buckle ~ WARP
D49. Get bent out of shape ~ WARP
D50. Consequently ~ ERGO
D50. Consequently ~ ERGO
D51. Like some neighbors ~ NOSY
D51. Like some neighbors ~ NOSY
D52. Balder's father ~ ODIN
D52. Balder's father ~ ODIN
D54. Eat, formally ~ DINE
D54. Eat, formally ~ DINE
D55. Descries ~ SEES
D55. Descries ~ SEES
D59. Baton Rouge campus ~ LSU
D59. Baton Rouge campus ~ LSU

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