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  • Title: "SEATS FOUR" (JUNE 13, 2001)
  • Author: By James E. Buell
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  • Title: HAVE A SEAT
  • Author: By Isaiah Burke / Timothy Parker
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A1. Words cried to a rescuer ~ SAVEME
A1. Damsel's plea ~ SAVEME
A7. Baby's berth ~ CRIB
A7. Baby's berth ~ CRIB
A11. Alley lurker ~ CAT
A11. Grimalkin, e.g. ~ CAT
A14. Covert comments ~ ASIDES
A14. Covert comments ~ ASIDES
A15. Autobahn cruiser , perhaps ~ AUDI
A15. German auto firm ~ AUDI
A16. Lord's Prayer opener ~ OUR
A16. Lord's Prayer opener ~ OUR
A17. Presiding officer ~ CHAIRPERSON
A17. Presiding officer ~ CHAIRPERSON
A19. Spooky sighting ~ UFO
A19. Spooky sighting ~ UFO
A20. Actress Danner ~ BLYTHE
A20. Gwyneth's mom ~ BLYTHE
A21. One of many seen on a stock car ~ DECAL
A21. Stock car feature ~ DECAL
A23. Row's partner ~ AISLE
A23. Row partner ~ AISLE
A26. Vast multitude ~ HOST
A26. Vast multitude ~ HOST
A28. Collins or Silvers ~ PHIL
A28. Noted groundhog's name ~ PHIL
A29. Scandal suffix ~ GATE
A29. Scandal suffix ~ GATE
A30. Upholstery uglifier ~ RIP
A30. Pants uglifier ~ RIP
A31. Takes into one's family ~ ADOPTS
A31. Takes into one's family ~ ADOPTS
A33. Big-headedness ~ EGO
A33. One of a Freudian trio ~ EGO
A34. Oveta Culp Hobby's WWII underlings ~ WACS
A34. Brolly alternatives ~ MACS
A35. Not pobre ~ RICO
A35. "Little Caesar" gangster ~ RICO
A36. Gizmos ~ DOODADS
A36. Gizmos ~ DOODADS
A38. "That's what I'm talking about!" ~ RIGHTON
A38. "You said it!" (in '60s slang) ~ RIGHTON
A41. Actress Loughlin ~ LORI
A41. Petty of "A League of Their Own" ~ LORI
A42. Umps' counterparts ~ REFS
A42. Umps' counterparts ~ REFS
A43. Unproductive bother ~ ADO
A43. Unproductive bother ~ ADO
A44. Way around town, perhaps ~ BYPASS
A44. Coronary procedure ~ BYPASS
A46. Keebler's Ernie, e.g. ~ ELF
A46. Legolas of Middle Earth, e.g. ~ ELF
A47. It leads to a rose ~ STEM
A47. Cherry handle ~ STEM
A48. Word after guard or hand ~ RAIL
A48. The third can shock you ~ RAIL
A49. Purchase for a 1950s home ~ HIFI
A49. Purchase for a 1950s home, perhaps ~ HIFI
A51. Got off the fence ~ CHOSE
A51. Went with ~ CHOSE
A52. Square corner ~ ANGLE
A52. Approach to an article ~ ANGLE
A54. Cash-register key ~ NOSALE
A54. The key for making change? ~ NOSALE
A56. Part of Tina Turner's revue ~ IKE
A56. Part of Tina Turner's revue ~ IKE
A57. Second-stringer ~ BENCHWARMER
A57. Second-stringer ~ BENCHWARMER
A62. New prefix ~ NEO
A62. New prefix ~ NEO
A63. Moldy cheese ~ BLEU
A63. Moldy cheese ~ BLEU
A64. Typesetting mistakes ~ ERRATA
A64. Typesetting mistakes ~ ERRATA
A65. Japanese capital ~ YEN
A65. Equivalent of 1,000 rin ~ YEN
A66. British knights ~ SIRS
A66. British knights ~ SIRS
A67. Elevated highway ~ SKYWAY
A67. Air lane ~ SKYWAY
D1. Theca ~ SAC
D1. Yolk encloser ~ SAC
D2. Flicker's bit ~ ASH
D2. Eruption fallout ~ ASH
D3. Itinerary word ~ VIA
D3. Itinerary word ~ VIA
D4. Fit for consumption ~ EDIBLE
D4. Fit for consumption ~ EDIBLE
D5. First name among country crooners ~ MERLE
D5. First name among country crooners ~ MERLE
D6. Catch a glimpse of ~ ESPY
D6. Catch a glimpse of ~ ESPY
D7. Early fast-food employees? ~ CARHOPS
D7. Drive-in employees of old ~ CARHOPS
D8. Artifices ~ RUSES
D8. Artifices ~ RUSES
D9. Terse vow ~ IDO
D9. Terse vow ~ IDO
D10. Pickle ~ BIND
D10. Pickle ~ BIND
D11. What's glued to the tube? ~ COUCHPOTATO
D11. One glued to the tube ~ COUCHPOTATO
D12. Abreast of ~ AUFAIT
D12. Up on ~ AUFAIT
D13. Utters in full voice ~ TROLLS
D13. Creatures of folklore ~ TROLLS
D18. Deontology ~ ETHICS
D18. Deontology ~ ETHICS
D22. A memorable date ~ EPOCH
D22. Memorable era ~ EPOCH
D23. Like good burgundy ~ AGED
D23. Like good burgundy ~ AGED
D24. "Othello" evildoer ~ IAGO
D24. "Othello" evildoer ~ IAGO
D25. Informer ~ STOOLPIGEON
D25. Informer ~ STOOLPIGEON
D27. Tax on imports ~ TARIFF
D27. Tax on imports ~ TARIFF
D30. Salad ingredient ~ RADISH
D30. Salad ingredient, sometimes ~ RADISH
D32. Aggressive remarks ~ DIGS
D32. Aggressive remarks ~ DIGS
D34. Aggressive conflicts ~ WARS
D34. Olympus Mons locale ~ MARS
D37. Factotum ~ DOALL
D37. Factotum, e.g. ~ DOALL
D38. Take great pleasure in ~ RELISH
D38. Enjoy with gusto ~ RELISH
D39. Keats' output ~ ODES
D39. Some English readings ~ ODES
D40. City on Norton Sound ~ NOME
D40. City on Norton Sound ~ NOME
D42. Get back to the task at hand ~ REFOCUS
D42. Get back to the task at hand ~ REFOCUS
D44. Smart as a whip ~ BRAINY
D44. Smart as a whip ~ BRAINY
D45. Bronx Bomber ~ YANKEE
D45. Ruth was one ~ YANKEE
D47. Cooking wine ~ SHERRY
D47. Cooking wine ~ SHERRY
D50. Word before tube or circle ~ INNER
D50. Word with tube or ear ~ INNER
D51. Roy of "Hee Haw" ~ CLARK
D51. "Downtown" singer ~ CLARK
D53. Eases off ~ EBBS
D53. Eases off ~ EBBS
D55. Knocks for a loop ~ AWES
D55. Leaves dumbfounded ~ AWES
D58. Ransom _____ Olds ~ ELI
D58. Ransom ___ Olds ~ ELI
D59. Animal's gullet ~ MAW
D59. Animal's gullet ~ MAW
D60. Due date, briefly ~ ETA
D60. Due date, briefly ~ ETA
D61. Bit of hope ~ RAY
D61. Hope unit ~ RAY

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