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  • Title: "COURTROOM AFFAIR" (JANUARY 16, 2002)
  • Author: By Robert Gensler
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  • Title: COURT APPOINTED
  • Author: By Thomas Hollingsworth / Timothy Parker
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A1. Touch on ~ ABUT
A1. Farm baby ~ CALF
A5. Main artery ~ AORTA
A5. Main line of a sort ~ AORTA
A10. "Doe, a _____, a female ..." ~ DEER
A10. Cervine creature ~ DEER
A14. Run with the ball ~ RUSH
A14. October birthstone ~ OPAL
A15. Utter confusion ~ CHAOS
A15. Utter confusion ~ CHAOS
A16. Fitzgerald of song ~ ELLA
A16. Fitzgerald of song ~ ELLA
A17. River to Siegen, Germany ~ EDER
A17. Popular building brick toy ~ LEGO
A18. Nucleus of military personnel ~ CADRE
A18. Nucleus of military personnel, e.g. ~ CADRE
A19. Dibs on collateral ~ LIEN
A19. Dibs on collateral ~ LIEN
A20. Like an abstinent jurist ~ ASSOBERASAJUDGE
A20. Very serious ~ ASSOBERASAJUDGE
A23. More broad ~ WIDER
A23. Legal addendum ~ RIDER
A24. Daisy variety ~ OXEYE
A24. Daisy variety ~ OXEYE
A25. Long step ~ STRIDE
A25. What some things are taken in? ~ STRIDE
A28. Scene of many strikes? ~ LANE
A28. Locale of strike after strike? ~ LANE
A30. Algerian port ~ ORAN
A30. Algerian port ~ ORAN
A31. "Fanny" novelist Jong ~ ERICA
A31. "Fanny" novelist Jong ~ ERICA
A33. Had a bellyful? ~ ATE
A33. Had a bellyful? ~ ATE
A36. Legal limb? ~ LONGARMOFTHELAW
A36. Important limb? ~ LONGARMOFTHELAW
A40. Baseball great Mel ~ OTT
A40. Baseball great Mel ~ OTT
A41. Paperboy's territory ~ ROUTE
A41. Postal beat ~ ROUTE
A42. Alert for those near the green ~ FORE
A42. Most or father attachment ~ FORE
A43. Does some mending ~ SEWS
A43. Emulates a seamstress ~ SEWS
A44. Home support ~ RAFTER
A44. Home support ~ RAFTER
A46. Plate for Eucharist ~ PATEN
A46. Plate for Eucharist ~ PATEN
A49. Make amends ~ ATONE
A49. ___ time or another ~ ATONE
A51. Courtroom certainty ~ OPENANDSHUTCASE
A51. Courtroom certainty ~ OPENANDSHUTCASE
A57. Ritzy health resorts ~ SPAS
A57. Health establishments ~ SPAS
A58. Lets up ~ EASES
A58. Reduces, as pressure ~ EASES
A59. Stadium feature ~ TIER
A59. Ballpark level ~ TIER
A60. Ominous alternative ~ ELSE
A60. Ominous alternative ~ ELSE
A61. Blank look ~ STARE
A61. Exhibit rudeness, in a way ~ STARE
A62. Famous apple site ~ EDEN
A62. Famous apple site ~ EDEN
A63. _____ in the wool ~ DYED
A63. ___ in the wool ~ DYED
A64. Busted, in a way ~ TAMED
A64. Busted, in a way ~ TAMED
A65. German's neighbor ~ DANE
A65. German's neighbor ~ DANE
D1. Bailiwick ~ AREA
D1. Aerated beverage ~ COLA
D2. Signs of winter's end ~ BUDS
D2. Follows suit ~ APES
D3. Versatility list ~ USES
D3. Hangs back ~ LAGS
D4. Pitching ~ THROWING
D4. Parquetry, e.g. ~ FLOORING
D5. Knuckle under ~ ACCEDE
D5. Knuckle under ~ ACCEDE
D6. Bears land here ~ OHARE
D6. Busy airport ~ OHARE
D7. Early-warning device ~ RADAR
D7. Early-warning device ~ RADAR
D8. Craggy hills ~ TORS
D8. Craggy hills ~ TORS
D9. On a cruise ~ ASEA
D9. Not docked ~ ASEA
D10. With all the bells and whistles ~ DELUXE
D10. Type of model ~ DELUXE
D11. Leave out a vowel ~ ELIDE
D11. Leave out a vowel, e.g. ~ ELIDE
D12. Doleful poem ~ ELEGY
D12. Doleful poem ~ ELEGY
D13. Indian dignitary ~ RANEE
D13. Indian dignitary ~ RANEE
D21. Auction action ~ BID
D21. Effort from an Olympic city hopeful ~ BID
D22. Person thought to bring bad luck ~ JONAH
D22. Bible book ~ JONAH
D25. Single-handedly ~ SOLO
D25. Single-handedly ~ SOLO
D26. Jogging pace ~ TROT
D26. Jogging pace ~ TROT
D27. Speak wildly ~ RANT
D27. Speak wildly ~ RANT
D28. Run-on sentence? ~ LIFE
D28. Run-on sentence? ~ LIFE
D29. Make your move ~ ACT
D29. Circus routine ~ ACT
D31. Down under avians ~ EMUS
D31. Down Under avians ~ EMUS
D32. Hogwash! ~ ROT
D32. Decay ~ ROT
D33. What little things mean? ~ ALOT
D33. "... ___ like Christmas" ~ ALOT
D34. Gross minus net, truckwise ~ TARE
D34. Gross minus net, truckwise ~ TARE
D35. Decorative liquid holder ~ EWER
D35. Decorative liquid-holder ~ EWER
D37. Game or battle site ~ ARENA
D37. Game or battle site ~ ARENA
D38. Squabble ~ ROW
D38. Rhubarb ~ ROW
D39. Brought about ~ EFFECTED
D39. Brought about ~ EFFECTED
D43. Knew intuitively ~ SENSED
D43. Knew intuitively ~ SENSED
D44. Built a fire under ~ ROUSED
D44. Built a fire under ~ ROUSED
D45. Tiny colonists ~ ANT
D45. Tiny colonist ~ ANT
D46. Sat for a portrait ~ POSED
D46. Emulated Evangelista ~ POSED
D47. Put on, as glue ~ APPLY
D47. Put on ~ APPLY
D48. Taunt ~ TEASE
D48. Harass, in a way ~ TEASE
D49. State of India ~ ASSAM
D49. State of India ~ ASSAM
D50. At that place ~ THERE
D50. Cry of accomplishment ~ THERE
D52. It may be feathered, but not tarred ~ NEST
D52. Robin's residence ~ NEST
D53. Computer output ~ DATA
D53. Computer output, perhaps ~ DATA
D54. Verdi opera heroine ~ AIDA
D54. Verdi opera heroine ~ AIDA
D55. Caught, as a flick ~ SEEN
D55. Caught, as a flick ~ SEEN
D56. Fish-eating flier ~ ERNE
D56. Fish-eating flier ~ ERNE

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