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  • Title: "PROPELLERS" (SEPTEMBER 30, 2001)
  • Author: By Ed Early
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  • Title: TOSSED ABOUT
  • Author: By Kay Puttnam / Timothy Parker
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A1. Native-born Israelis ~ SABRAS
A1. Thrilling wheel ~ FERRIS
A7. Pack down firmly ~ TAMP
A7. Pack down firmly ~ TAMP
A11. Tool of forensic science ~ DNA
A11. Tool of forensic science ~ DNA
A14. Kindle ~ AROUSE
A14. Kindle ~ AROUSE
A15. Spheroid do ~ AFRO
A15. Spheroid do ~ AFRO
A16. It's one thing after another ~ ROW
A16. Stadium ticket word ~ ROW
A17. Part of the evening news ~ WEATHERCAST
A17. Part of the evening news ~ WEATHERCAST
A19. Home from work, perhaps ~ ILL
A19. Kind of temper or wind ~ ILL
A20. "Two Mules for Sister _____" ~ SARA
A20. One of a maritime trio ~ NINA
A21. Dullea of "2001: A Space Odyssey" ~ KEIR
A21. Dullea of "2001: A Space Odyssey" ~ KEIR
A22. Word with mess or music ~ HALLS
A22. Word with mess or music ~ HALLS
A24. French seaport ~ BREST
A24. French seaport ~ BREST
A26. Farmer's locale in song ~ DELL
A26. Farmer's locale in song ~ DELL
A27. _____ d'amour ~ AFFAIRE
A27. D'amour leader ~ AFFAIRE
A30. Lourdes event ~ MIRACLE
A30. Biblical event ~ MIRACLE
A33. Shorthand system introduced in 1888 ~ GREGG
A33. Shorthand system introduced in 1888 ~ GREGG
A34. Acid-tongued ~ ACERB
A34. Bitter in taste ~ ACERB
A36. Try to get to first base ~ HIT
A36. Word on a towel, perhaps ~ HIS
A37. St. Petersburg river ~ NEVA
A37. St. Petersburg river ~ NEVA
A38. Old floorboard sound ~ CREAK
A38. Old floorboard sound ~ CREAK
A39. Object of ridicule ~ BUTT
A39. "No ifs, ands or ___!" ~ BUTS
A40. Private follower ~ EYE
A40. Private follower ~ EYE
A41. It may be saved or served ~ BACON
A41. Something to bring home ~ BACON
A42. Ecuadorian currency ~ SUCRE
A42. Ecuadorian currency, formerly ~ SUCRE
A43. Road to conflict ~ WARPATH
A43. Road to conflict ~ WARPATH
A45. Use roux ~ THICKEN
A45. Grow more profound, as a plot ~ THICKEN
A47. Taprooms ~ PUBS
A47. Taprooms ~ PUBS
A48. Stand in the mall ~ KIOSK
A48. Stand in the mall ~ KIOSK
A49. Pluvious ~ RAINY
A49. Day many save for ~ RAINY
A51. ___-détourné (ballet move) ~ DEMI
A51. Patrick's "Ghost" wife ~ DEMI
A52. Drops below the horizon ~ SETS
A52. Worm product ~ SILK
A56. Gallery draw ~ ART
A56. Gallery draw ~ ART
A57. Short distance ~ STONESTHROW
A57. Short distance ~ STONESTHROW
A60. Often-bracketed bit of Latin ~ SIC
A60. Often-bracketed bit of Latin ~ SIC
A61. Rapt in reverence ~ AWED
A61. Rapt in reverence ~ AWED
A62. Three-horse carriage ~ TROIKA
A62. Triumvirate ~ TROIKA
A63. "Yeah, right!" ~ HAH
A63. "Yeah, right!" ~ HAH
A64. Edible tuber ~ TARO
A64. Edible tuber ~ TARO
A65. Cotton fabric with a smooth finish ~ SATEEN
A65. Performs as a guest ~ SITSIN
D1. They have many teeth ~ SAWS
D1. Babe in the woods ~ FAWN
D2. Bailiwick ~ AREA
D2. "... ___ saw Elba" ~ EREI
D3. Slayer of Adonis ~ BOAR
D3. Horse with a gray-sprinkled coat ~ ROAN
D4. Swedish turnip ~ RUTABAGA
D4. Swedish turnip ~ RUTABAGA
D5. Evidence of burnout? ~ ASH
D5. Suffix for bull or freak ~ ISH
D6. Player in a kid's game ~ SEEKER
D6. Player in a kids' game ~ SEEKER
D7. Unsaid but understood ~ TACIT
D7. Unsaid but understood ~ TACIT
D8. Off in the distance ~ AFAR
D8. Off in the distance ~ AFAR
D9. Homemaker's title, sometimes ~ MRS
D9. Homemaker's title, sometimes ~ MRS
D10. Mint or thyme ~ POTHERB
D10. Mint or thyme, e.g. ~ POTHERB
D11. For a bit, it'll hold ~ DRILLCHUCK
D11. It'll hold a bit ~ DRILLCHUCK
D12. Four-time Super Bowl-winning coach ~ NOLL
D12. Four-time Super Bowl-winning coach ~ NOLL
D13. If they're boring, they're doing their job ~ AWLS
D13. If they're boring, they're doing their job ~ AWLS
D18. Kind of grant ~ RESEARCH
D18. Kind of grant ~ RESEARCH
D23. Menu phrase ~ ALA
D23. Menu phrase ~ ALA
D25. Highway hauler ~ RIG
D25. Highway hauler ~ RIG
D26. Actor Bogarde ~ DIRK
D26. Actor Bogarde ~ DIRK
D27. "Nixon" player ~ AGNEW
D27. VP under Nixon ~ AGNEW
D28. Norse love goddess ~ FREYA
D28. Norse love goddess ~ FREYA
D29. High degree of excitement ~ FEVERPITCH
D29. High degree of excitement ~ FEVERPITCH
D30. Interim period ~ MEANTIME
D30. Intervening period ~ MEANTIME
D31. Petrol unit ~ LITRE
D31. Petrol unit ~ LITRE
D32. 1944 AL home run leader Nick ~ ETTEN
D32. Original Krupp Works city ~ ESSEN
D35. VIP in business ~ CEO
D35. VIP in business ~ CEO
D38. Part of a heavy-rain pair ~ CATS
D38. Half of the pairs in a downpour? ~ CATS
D39. Some ammunition ~ BUCKSHOT
D39. Some ammunition ~ BUCKSHOT
D41. Spent Saturday night with the neighbor's kids, e.g. ~ BABYSAT
D41. Helped out Mom and Dad, in a way ~ BABYSAT
D42. Spanish ayes ~ SIS
D42. Spanish ayes ~ SIS
D44. "Miró, Miró, on the wall," e.g. ~ PUN
D44. Groaner of a joke ~ PUN
D46. Lifting devices ~ HOISTS
D46. Lifting devices ~ HOISTS
D48. Japanese form of fencing ~ KENDO
D48. Japanese form of fencing ~ KENDO
D49. Poison ivy souvenir ~ RASH
D49. Poison ivy souvenir ~ RASH
D50. Te Kanawa rendition ~ ARIA
D50. Diva's specialty ~ ARIA
D51. Goldbrick's opposite ~ DOER
D51. Goldbrick's opposite ~ DOER
D53. Body Joliet sighted ~ ERIE
D53. Flower of one's eye? ~ IRIS
D54. Casino tip ~ TOKE
D54. Mythical mischief-maker ~ LOKI
D55. Word with dive or song ~ SWAN
D55. Olympic skater Michelle ~ KWAN
D58. Howard Hughes once controlled it ~ TWA
D58. Howard Hughes once controlled it ~ TWA
D59. Musical syllable ~ TRA
D59. Word form for "three" ~ TRI

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