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  • Title: "YOU'RE QUACKING UP!" (JULY 09, 2000)
  • Author: By Elizabeth C. Gorski
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  • Title: QUACK UP
  • Author: By Elizabeth C. Gorski / Timothy Parker
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A1. Barbara of "Mission: Impossible" ~ BAIN
A1. Painter of melting watches ~ DALI
A5. It doesn't give much of a hoot! ~ OWLET
A5. It doesn't give much of a hoot! ~ OWLET
A10. Tracks traveler ~ HOBO
A10. Tracks traveler ~ HOBO
A14. Mystery author Buchanan ~ EDNA
A14. X ___ xylophone ~ ASIN
A15. Orléans river ~ LOIRE
A15. Orleans river ~ LOIRE
A16. This company rings a bell ~ AVON
A16. This company rings a bell ~ AVON
A17. See 29 Across ~ DAFFYDONALDHUEY
A17. Example of 29-Across ~ DAFFYDONALDHUEY
A20. Overacts, on stage ~ EMOTES
A20. La Scala shows ~ OPERAS
A21. Sight from a fjord ~ OSLO
A21. Sight from a fjord, perhaps ~ OSLO
A22. Mystery man ~ MRX
A22. Game show mystery guest ~ MRX
A23. FBI operative ~ AGT
A23. Certain farm dweller ~ ANT
A24. Unrealistic potato chip portion ~ ONE
A24. Unrealistic potato chip portion ~ ONE
A26. Bro's kin ~ SIS
A26. Super quiet, musically ~ PPP
A29. What you're doing as you complete this puzzle ~ GETTINGYOUR
A29. What you're doing by solving this puzzle (with 48-Across) ~ GETTINGYOUR
A36. In _____ (stagnant) ~ ARUT
A36. Frog or year ~ LEAP
A38. It will hold your horses ~ REIN
A38. It will hold your horses ~ REIN
A39. Emulate a crab ~ SIDLE
A39. Emulate a crab ~ SIDLE
A40. Tibetan man ~ LAMA
A40. Coastal flyer ~ ERNE
A41. Musial and Smith ~ STANS
A41. Musial and Smith ~ STANS
A43. Acquires ~ NETS
A43. Trawling needs ~ NETS
A44. Y2K-compliant calculator ~ ABACI
A44. Bye, somewhere ~ ADIEU
A46. Lunchbox dessert ~ OREO
A46. Lunchbox dessert ~ OREO
A47. Tipper's married name ~ GORE
A47. Pierce with a tusk ~ GORE
A48. See 29 Across ~ DUCKSINAROW
A48. See 29-Across ~ DUCKSINAROW
A51. Hentoff or Cole ~ NAT
A51. "The Confessions of ___ Turner" ~ NAT
A52. Old campus sit-in org. ~ SDS
A52. Pension starter? ~ SUS
A53. Hue holiday ~ TET
A53. Hue holiday ~ TET
A55. Family docs ~ GPS
A55. Family docs ~ GPS
A58. Souped-up cars ~ RODS
A58. Frolic boisterously ~ ROMP
A61. God of commerce ~ HERMES
A61. Mercury, to the Greeks ~ HERMES
A65. See 29 Across ~ DEWEYLOUISBUBBA
A65. Example of 29-Across ~ DEWEYLOUIEBUBBA
A68. Slightly ~ ATAD
A68. Just ___ (not much) ~ ATAD
A69. Actress Winger ~ DEBRA
A69. Painful grief, in poetry ~ DOLOR
A70. City beepers ~ CABS
A70. They may be called on account of rain ~ CABS
A71. Longs ~ YENS
A71. Longs ~ YENS
A72. E.B. White work ~ ESSAY
A72. Idyllic places ~ EDENS
A73. In _____ (actually) ~ ESSE
A73. In ___ (actually) ~ ESSE
D1. See 2 Down ~ BEDE
D1. Wainscot ~ DADO
D2. With 1 Down, Eliot classic ~ ADAM
D2. In a hurry, for short ~ ASAP
D3. Data, briefly ~ INFO
D3. Longest sentence ~ LIFE
D4. 1993 treaty, briefly ~ NAFTA
D4. Prefix with red or structure ~ INFRA
D5. Mature folk ~ OLDSTERS
D5. Graybeards ~ OLDSTERS
D6. Lavish with flowers ~ WOO
D6. Lavish with flowers, e.g. ~ WOO
D7. Start to type? ~ LINO
D7. Start to type? ~ LINO
D8. Significant times ~ ERAS
D8. Significant times ~ ERAS
D9. Betray, in a way ~ TELLON
D9. Expose by finking ~ TELLON
D10. "That's a funny one!" ~ HAH
D10. "That'll show 'em!" ~ HAH
D11. Egg without a shell ~ OVUM
D11. Egg without a shell ~ OVUM
D12. Afrikaner ~ BOER
D12. Afrikaner ~ BOER
D13. Banded gem ~ ONYX
D13. Banded gem ~ ONYX
D18. Safecracker, in slang ~ YEGG
D18. Half a Chinese circle ~ YANG
D19. Ding-___ (bell sounds) ~ DONGS
D19. Ding-___ (bell sounds) ~ DONGS
D25. Taking a gander ~ EYING
D25. Giving a once-over (Var.) ~ EYING
D26. Waldorf, e.g. ~ SALAD
D26. Say "Not guilty," e.g. ~ PLEAD
D27. 1999 Yankee ~ IRABU
D27. Proust's "A la recherche du temps ___" ~ PERDU
D28. It'll make you itch ~ SUMAC
D28. Type of button ~ PANIC
D30. Yellowstone neighbor ~ TETON
D30. Yellowstone neighbor ~ TETON
D31. It's fit for a princess ~ TIARA
D31. It's fit for a princess ~ TIARA
D32. Adjective for Mongolia ~ INNER
D32. Adjective for Mongolia ~ INNER
D33. Classic music hall ~ ODEON
D33. Classic music hall ~ ODEON
D34. Sound beginning ~ ULTRA
D34. Sound beginning ~ ULTRA
D35. Button in an alley ~ RESET
D35. Button in an alley ~ RESET
D37. They support your hang-ups ~ TACKS
D37. Sneaks a look ~ PEEKS
D42. Predict ~ SOOTHSAY
D42. Balms, comforters, consolers, etc. ~ SOOTHERS
D45. "When the well _____, we know the worth of water" ~ ISDRY
D45. Great deal of interest ~ USURY
D49. Wagner heroine ~ ISOLDE
D49. Wagner heroine ~ ISOLDE
D50. Legendary coach Ewbank ~ WEEB
D50. Legendary coach Ewbank ~ WEEB
D54. White-flag waver's desire ~ TRUCE
D54. White-flag waver's desire ~ TRUCE
D55. Mate's greeting ~ GDAY
D55. Mate's greeting ~ GDAY
D56. Controversial Rose ~ PETE
D56. Controversial Rose ~ PETE
D57. Cygnet's destiny ~ SWAN
D57. Cygnet's destiny ~ SWAN
D59. Accomplishes ~ DOES
D59. Ellington's was indigo ~ MOOD
D60. Long lunches? ~ SUBS
D60. Cry in a thin voice ~ PULE
D62. Company recruits, for short ~ MBAS
D62. Some U. degrees ~ MBAS
D63. Retrocedes ~ EBBS
D63. Retrocedes ~ EBBS
D64. Common enc. ~ SASE
D64. Common enc. ~ SASE
D66. Kranepool and Harris ~ EDS
D66. Belonging to Mr. Begley ~ EDS
D67. Bank offering, briefly ~ IRA
D67. Cyclotron particle ~ ION

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