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  • Title: "LADIES' MEN" (FEBRUARY 13, 2000)
  • Author: By Elizabeth C. Gorski
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  • Title: ANTI-VALENTINES
  • Author: By Esser Elway / Timothy Parker
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A1. Word with French or English ~ HORN
A1. Word with French or English ~ HORN
A5. "You _____ Beautiful" (Cocker hit) ~ ARESO
A5. "You ___ Beautiful" (Cocker hit) ~ ARESO
A10. "...blackbirds baked in _____" ~ APIE
A10. Cathedral protuberance ~ APSE
A14. Little pat on your buns? ~ OLEO
A14. Little pat on your buns? ~ OLEO
A15. Hub of India ~ DELHI
A15. Hub of India ~ DELHI
A16. Sold-out shows, for short ~ SROS
A16. Gift line ~ FROM
A17. Sight from a fjord ~ OSLO
A17. Sight from a fjord ~ OSLO
A18. Poet Nash ~ OGDEN
A18. Poet Nash ~ OGDEN
A19. They commemorate Hamilton, in a way ~ TENS
A19. T-Men, e.g. ~ FEDS
A20. Ladies' men ~ HEARTBREAKERS
A20. Insincere ladies' men ~ HEARTBREAKERS
A23. Indeterminate number ~ ANY
A23. Indeterminate number ~ ANY
A24. Change course suddenly ~ VEER
A24. Change course suddenly ~ VEER
A25. Cowardly flees the scene ~ BAILS
A25. Cowardly flees the scene ~ BAILS
A28. "Hey, Mac!" ~ PSST
A28. Sibilant summons ~ PSST
A29. "Do the Right Thing" actress ~ RUBYDEE
A29. "A Raisin in the Sun" actress ~ RUBYDEE
A31. Don Henley, once ~ EAGLE
A31. $10 gold piece ~ EAGLE
A34. "Give _____ rest!" ~ ITA
A34. Give-go links ~ ITA
A35. Golf's Baker-Finch ~ IAN
A35. Golf's Baker-Finch ~ IAN
A36. Ladies' men ~ SMOOTHOPERATORS
A36. Pickup line deliverers, perhaps ~ SMOOTHOPERATORS
A41. Parson bird ~ TUI
A41. Parson bird ~ TUI
A42. Hullabaloo ~ ADO
A42. Hullabaloo ~ ADO
A43. Word with charlotte or Ballet ~ RUSSE
A43. Word with charlotte or Ballet ~ RUSSE
A44. Actress Getty ~ ESTELLE
A44. Actress Getty ~ ESTELLE
A47. Dinner bell sound ~ DING
A47. Dent slightly ~ DING
A49. Breeds, as livestock ~ REARS
A49. Breeds, as livestock ~ REARS
A50. Sacred Hindu writings ~ VEDA
A50. Sacred Hindu writings ~ VEDA
A51. Vigor's partner ~ VIM
A51. Vigor partner ~ VIM
A54. Ladies' men ~ LOUNGELIZARDS
A54. Some social parasites ~ LOUNGELIZARDS
A58. Frame of mind ~ MOOD
A58. Frame of mind ~ MOOD
A60. Like some hamsters ~ CAGED
A60. In captivity, in a way ~ CAGED
A61. The recently fired hit it ~ ROAD
A61. Type of test ~ ROAD
A62. Jim-dandy ~ AONE
A62. Jim-dandy ~ AONE
A63. Violinmaker Nicolò ~ AMATI
A63. Violinmaker Nicolo ~ AMATI
A64. Salmon variety ~ COHO
A64. Salmon variety ~ COHO
A65. Fawning females? ~ DOES
A65. Fawning females? ~ DOES
A66. It's a plus ~ ASSET
A66. It's a plus ~ ASSET
A67. Med. care providers ~ HMOS
A67. Med. care providers ~ HMOS
D1. Commotion ~ HOOHA
D1. Foofaraw ~ HOOHA
D2. Sportscaster Merlin ~ OLSEN
D2. Acting twins ~ OLSEN
D3. Olympic race ~ RELAY
D3. Pass along ~ RELAY
D4. Jordanian queen ~ NOOR
D4. Jordanian queen ~ NOOR
D5. Sun-dried bricks ~ ADOBES
D5. Sun-dried bricks ~ ADOBES
D6. Lament ~ REGRET
D6. Lament ~ REGRET
D7. Older than you ~ ELDER
D7. Kind of statesman ~ ELDER
D8. NL park ~ SHEA
D8. NL park ~ SHEA
D9. Babe's greeting? ~ OINK
D9. Babe's greeting? ~ OINK
D10. Off track ~ ASTRAY
D10. Free-for-all ~ AFFRAY
D11. Spanish forts ~ PRESIDIOS
D11. Spanish forts ~ PRESIDIOS
D12. It carries a charge ~ ION
D12. Nursery offering ~ SOD
D13. Superman's logo ~ ESS
D13. Abbr. on an ambulance ~ EMS
D21. Couch potato's focus ~ TVSET
D21. Couch potato's focus ~ TVSET
D22. Flow back ~ EBB
D22. Flow partner ~ EBB
D26. Norman and Edward ~ LEARS
D26. Norman and Edward ~ LEARS
D27. It's best when common ~ SENSE
D27. It's good when common ~ SENSE
D28. Mideast org. ~ PLO
D28. Middle Eastern org. ~ PLO
D29. 66 is a well-known one (Abbr.) ~ RTE
D29. Rd. map line, perhaps ~ RTE
D30. Mideast org., once ~ UAR
D30. Middle Eastern org., once ~ UAR
D31. Fragrant organic compound ~ ESTER
D31. Fragrant organic compound ~ ESTER
D32. Be the life of the party ~ AMUSE
D32. Tell good jokes, e.g. ~ AMUSE
D33. Fly solo ~ GOITALONE
D33. Refuse help ~ GOITALONE
D34. Wall St. offering ~ IPO
D34. Wall St. offering ~ IPO
D37. Holbrook or Prince ~ HAL
D37. Holbrook or Prince ~ HAL
D38. Poem of devotion ~ ODE
D38. Poem of devotion ~ ODE
D39. Classic TV's Ricardo ~ ARNAZ
D39. Classic TV's Ricardo ~ ARNAZ
D40. Kind of boat ~ TUG
D40. Kind of boat ~ TUG
D45. Wears away gradually ~ ERODES
D45. Eats away at, as support ~ ERODES
D46. Shaq's college ~ LSU
D46. Shaq's college ~ LSU
D47. X out ~ DELETE
D47. Computer command ~ DELETE
D48. Victorious response to a Nike ad? ~ IDIDIT
D48. Cry of accomplishment ~ IDIDIT
D50. Gambling town, informally ~ VEGAS
D50. Where the hits are counted ~ VEGAS
D51. Sound heard at Indy ~ VROOM
D51. Sound heard at Indy ~ VROOM
D52. Potato variety ~ IDAHO
D52. Potato variety ~ IDAHO
D53. What we used before Windows ~ MSDOS
D53. What we opened before we had Windows ~ MSDOS
D55. Some ESPN coverage ~ NCAA
D55. Some ESPN coverage ~ NCAA
D56. Grable's trademark ~ GAMS
D56. Grable's trademark ~ GAMS
D57. Part of a foot ~ ARCH
D57. Part of a foot ~ ARCH
D58. Ready for a commitment? ~ MAD
D58. Like King George III ~ MAD
D59. Tic-tac-toe winner ~ OOO
D59. Tic-tac-toe winner ~ OOO

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