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  • Title: "ENDING ON A BLUE NOTE?" (APRIL 28, 2001)
  • Author: By Elizabeth C. Gorski
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  • Title: AM I BLUE?
  • Author: By Elizabeth C. Gorski / Timothy Parker
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A1. Fell off ~ EBBED
A1. Did a thespian's job ~ ACTED
A6. "You've Got a Friend _____" ~ INME
A6. "You've Got a Friend ___" ~ INME
A10. Wharton grads ~ MBAS
A10. Degs. for some execs ~ MBAS
A14. One of Chaucer's pilgrims ~ REEVE
A14. Fore or after attachment ~ THERE
A15. Type of miss ~ NEAR
A15. Type of miss ~ NEAR
A16. Jocular Johnson ~ ARTE
A16. Jocular Johnson ~ ARTE
A17. Museum piece ~ RELIC
A17. Having a high pH, e.g. ~ BASIC
A18. Rush hour ~ DRIVETIME
A18. Rush hour, to radio stations ~ DRIVETIME
A20. Eric Clapton classic ~ AFTERMIDNIGHT
A20. When a new day begins ~ AFTERMIDNIGHT
A22. Timely beginning? ~ TEE
A22. Pigskin's perch ~ TEE
A23. Canal zone? ~ EAR
A23. Something to bend on a human ~ EAR
A24. Type of lab ~ DNA
A24. Type of lab ~ DNA
A25. Like some ears ~ TIN
A25. "... ___ of thee" ~ TIS
A28. Say more ~ ADD
A28. Kathmandu-to-Calcutta dir. ~ SSE
A29. Arcade pioneer ~ ATARI
A29. Arcade pioneer ~ ATARI
A31. Future litigators' exams ~ LSATS
A31. Future litigators' exams ~ LSATS
A33. Ukr., once ~ SSR
A33. Ukr., once ~ SSR
A34. Yggdrasil, for one ~ ASH
A34. Burning result ~ ASH
A36. This used to be sufficient? ~ ENOW
A36. Partner of odds ~ ENDS
A37. Phantasmagoric ~ PIEINTHESKY
A37. Phantasmagoric ~ PIEINTHESKY
A40. Petroleum gp. ~ OPEC
A40. Petroleum gp. ~ OPEC
A42. Grandfather's 12? ~ XII
A42. Nero's noon ~ XII
A43. Brazilian city ~ RIO
A43. Brazilian city, for short ~ RIO
A44. English philosopher John ~ LOCKE
A44. English philosopher John ~ LOCKE
A46. Presented, as a problem ~ POSED
A46. Presented, as a problem ~ POSED
A48. Dict. entries ~ WDS
A48. Unannounced, as a quiz ~ POP
A51. Old hoops org. ~ ABA
A51. Old hoops org. ~ ABA
A52. It may be blown ~ TOP
A52. It may be blown ~ TOP
A54. Middle-distance runner Sebastian ~ COE
A54. Runner Sebastian ~ COE
A55. Rosemary's creator ~ IRA
A55. Marienbad, for one ~ SPA
A56. Good trait for a tightrope walker ~ NERVESOFSTEEL
A56. Hero's sine qua non ~ NERVESOFSTEEL
A60. Translator, of sorts ~ LIPREADER
A60. Translator, of sorts ~ LIPREADER
A62. Clock-face features ~ HANDS
A62. Frequently visited place ~ HAUNT
A63. Soprano's solo ~ ARIA
A63. Soprano's solo, sometimes ~ ARIA
A64. What some excuses are ~ LAME
A64. Fancy fabric ~ LAME
A65. Alpha's opposite ~ OMEGA
A65. Pandemonium's lack ~ ORDER
A66. Encounter ~ MEET
A66. Track tourney ~ MEET
A67. ___-crazy (restless) ~ STIR
A67. Tend to the batter, in a way ~ STIR
A68. Salable items ~ WARES
A68. "Cheers" character ~ WOODY
D1. Printing goofs ~ ERRATA
D1. Some baseball stats ~ ATBATS
D2. Complained about the steak? ~ BEEFED
D2. Abrades ~ CHAFES
D3. Sang strongly ~ BELTED
D3. Finals taker ~ TESTEE
D4. "A Letter for _____" (1945) ~ EVIE
D4. Pennsylvania city ~ ERIE
D5. Iron? ~ DECREASE
D5. Iron? ~ DECREASE
D6. Mrs. Gandhi ~ INDIRA
D6. Mrs. Gandhi ~ INDIRA
D7. Geek ~ NERD
D7. Geek ~ NERD
D8. Entree ~ MAINDISH
D8. Entree ~ MAINDISH
D9. Senator of Watergate fame ~ ERVIN
D9. Senator of Watergate fame ~ ERVIN
D10. It has its plusses and minuses ~ MATH
D10. It has its pluses and minuses ~ MATH
D11. Bretagne ~ BRITTANY
D11. Former province of France ~ BRITTANY
D12. Cash source, briefly ~ ATM
D12. Place for a money order? ~ ATM
D13. "Didn't I tell you?" ~ SEE
D13. "Comprende?" ~ SEE
D19. Same, along the Seine ~ EGAL
D19. Same, along the Seine ~ EGAL
D21. 1999 sci-fi thriller (with "The") ~ MATRIX
D21. Mathematical array ~ MATRIX
D26. Skater Midori ~ ITO
D26. "Why, ___ be a pleasure!" ~ ITD
D27. Sydney is its cap. ~ NSW
D27. Steam train sound ~ SSS
D30. Price-earnings number ~ RATIO
D30. Two-to-one, e.g. ~ RATIO
D32. Zaire's Mobuto Sese _____ ~ SEKO
D32. Zaire's Mobutu Sese ___ ~ SEKO
D33. Fluish ~ SICK
D33. Kind of bay ~ SICK
D35. Concerning this, in legalese ~ HEREOF
D35. Concerning this, in legalese ~ HEREOF
D37. Dessert choice ~ PECANPIE
D37. Dessert choice, perhaps ~ PECANPIE
D38. Bit playfully, as a puppy ~ NIPPEDAT
D38. Bit playfully, as a puppy ~ NIPPEDAT
D39. Circus attraction ~ SIDESHOW
D39. Circus attraction ~ SIDESHOW
D40. Pay follower ~ OLA
D40. Pay follower ~ OLA
D41. Envelope abbr. ~ POB
D41. Numbered compartment in a post office, briefly ~ POB
D45. Raison d'_____ ~ ETRE
D45. Raison d'___ ~ ETRE
D47. Overtime hero ~ SCORER
D47. One who puts up points ~ SCORER
D48. Frank ~ WIENER
D48. Prefix meaning "false" ~ PSEUDO
D49. Clean the waterway ~ DREDGE
D49. Started the bidding ~ OPENED
D50. Saucy dances ~ SALSAS
D50. Trifling ~ PALTRY
D53. Elongated O's ~ OVALS
D53. Egg shapes ~ OVALS
D57. Was at the forum? ~ ERAT
D57. Latin I verb ~ ERAT
D58. Big rig ~ SEMI
D58. Big rig ~ SEMI
D59. Author Janowitz ~ TAMA
D59. Starchy tuber ~ TARO
D60. Flee hastily ~ LAM
D60. Fugitive's flight ~ LAM
D61. Fury ~ IRE
D61. Fury ~ IRE

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