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  • Title: "CARD CATALOG" (FEBRUARY 24, 2002)
  • Author: By Jay Sullivan
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  • Title: COUNT YOUR CARDS
  • Author: By Irma Afram / Timothy Parker
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A1. Baby ferret ~ KIT
A1. Jazz of the '40s ~ BOP
A4. Olivier's "Wuthering Heights" co-star ~ OBERON
A4. Olivier's "Wuthering Heights" co-star ~ OBERON
A10. 1952 Olympics host ~ OSLO
A10. European city ~ OSLO
A14. Commotion ~ ADO
A14. Arab overgarment ~ ABA
A15. Show off ~ FLAUNT
A15. Show off ~ FLAUNT
A16. Subject of a Debussy "afternoon" ~ FAUN
A16. Goat-legged deity ~ FAUN
A17. Frequently contracted word ~ NOT
A17. Over there, to a poet ~ YON
A18. Music style ~ FASTSHUFFLE
A18. Hoax ~ FASTSHUFFLE
A20. Silver and gold, e.g. ~ ELEMENTS
A20. Portions ~ SEGMENTS
A22. Loses a sunburn ~ PEELS
A22. Pizzeria shovels ~ PEELS
A23. Circle part ~ ARC
A23. Circle part ~ ARC
A24. Previously cut, as lumber ~ SAWN
A24. Previously cut, as lumber ~ SAWN
A26. "Fargo" Oscar nominee ~ MACY
A26. Noted department store founder ~ MACY
A29. Get knocked down ~ HITTHEDECK
A29. "Duck!" ~ HITTHEDECK
A35. Defendant's defense ~ ALIBI
A35. Defendant's defense ~ ALIBI
A37. Big picture ~ MURAL
A37. Subway artwork, perhaps ~ MURAL
A38. Egg mass ~ ROE
A38. Lobster's egg mass, e.g. ~ ROE
A39. Stem joints ~ NODES
A39. Stem joints ~ NODES
A40. Zeta follower ~ ETA
A40. H-shaped letter ~ ETA
A41. "Blood Wedding" playwright ~ LORCA
A41. Poet and dramatist Federico Garcia ___ ~ LORCA
A43. Exam conclusion ~ INE
A43. Exam conclusion ~ INE
A44. Refill an empty flat ~ RELET
A44. Refill an empty flat ~ RELET
A46. Order to go? ~ SCOOT
A46. Order to go? ~ SCOOT
A47. Royal flush or buyer's pride ~ AGREATDEAL
A47. Royal flush or buyer's pride ~ AGREATDEAL
A50. They're history ~ ERAS
A50. They're history ~ ERAS
A51. Mother of Helen ~ LEDA
A51. Mother of Helen ~ LEDA
A52. Cantor or Lupino ~ IDA
A52. Cantor or Lupino ~ IDA
A54. Take the silver ~ STEAL
A54. Take the silver? ~ STEAL
A57. Emulating a furniture maker, perhaps ~ STAINING
A57. Emulating a furniture maker, perhaps ~ STAINING
A62. Assistant ~ HELPINGHAND
A62. Assistant ~ HELPINGHAND
A65. "By the way" ~ SAY
A65. Hemingway title word ~ SEA
A66. They were nuts once ~ OAKS
A66. They were nuts once ~ OAKS
A67. Gilbert & Sullivan title character ~ YEOMAN
A67. Naval petty officer ~ YEOMAN
A68. It's right under your nose ~ LIP
A68. Luxury locale? ~ LAP
A69. It may follow what ~ ELSE
A69. It may follow what ~ ELSE
A70. Firstborn ~ ELDEST
A70. First among siblings ~ ELDEST
A71. Falstaff finale? ~ EFS
A71. Before, in poesy ~ ERE
D1. 1941 Welles role ~ KANE
D1. Horses and laurel trees ~ BAYS
D2. Role model ~ IDOL
D2. Cousin of a clarinet ~ OBOE
D3. Lug ~ TOTE
D3. Sign of hunger ~ PANG
D4. Buyer's proposal ~ OFFER
D4. Buyer's proposal ~ OFFER
D5. Turn pale ~ BLANCH
D5. Drain the color from ~ BLANCH
D6. Cardinal point ~ EAST
D6. Geographic area ~ EAST
D7. Road grooves ~ RUTS
D7. Road grooves ~ RUTS
D8. Cricket sides ~ ONS
D8. Switch ups? ~ ONS
D9. Last degree ~ NTH
D9. Last degree ~ NTH
D10. Cause resentment ~ OFFEND
D10. Cause resentment ~ OFFEND
D11. There's probably money in it ~ SAFE
D11. There's probably money in it ~ SAFE
D12. Tranquil interlude ~ LULL
D12. Tranquil interlude ~ LULL
D13. Snake eyes ~ ONES
D13. Snake eyes ~ ONES
D19. Rises from the depths ~ UPWELLS
D19. Rises from the depths, as water ~ UPWELLS
D21. Noncommittal answer ~ MAYBE
D21. Noncommittal answer ~ MAYBE
D24. Archaeological layers ~ STRATA
D24. Layers of rock ~ STRATA
D25. "Eureka!" ~ AHA
D25. "Eureka!" ~ AHA
D26. Craze ~ MANIA
D26. Craze ~ MANIA
D27. Word after move, tag or string ~ ALONG
D27. Word after move, tag or string ~ ALONG
D28. Sweet or hard beverage ~ CIDER
D28. Sweet or hard beverage ~ CIDER
D30. She filled a lot of shoes ~ IMELDA
D30. Owner of much footwear ~ IMELDA
D31. He's in a class by himself ~ TUTEE
D31. He's in a class by himself ~ TUTEE
D32. One way to get to first base ~ ERROR
D32. One way to get to first base ~ ERROR
D33. Some like it hot ~ COCOA
D33. Winter drink ~ COCOA
D34. Ode fellow ~ KEATS
D34. Ode fellow ~ KEATS
D36. Knesset member ~ ISRAELI
D36. Man from Acre ~ ISRAELI
D42. Continental divide? ~ OCEAN
D42. Continental divide? ~ OCEAN
D45. JFK guesstimate ~ ETD
D45. J.F.K. guesstimate ~ ETD
D48. Slip away, as time ~ ELAPSE
D48. Slip away, as time ~ ELAPSE
D49. Climbing vines ~ LIANAS
D49. Climbing vines ~ LIANAS
D53. Failed to ~ DIDNT
D53. "___ We Almost Have It All" (Houston hit) ~ DIDNT
D54. It's all about a foot ~ SHOE
D54. It's all about a foot ~ SHOE
D55. Wild duck ~ TEAL
D55. Wild duck ~ TEAL
D56. Big game ~ ELKS
D56. Big game ~ ELKS
D57. Did a smithy's job ~ SHOD
D57. Did a smithy's job, once ~ SHOD
D58. Get under control ~ TAME
D58. Broken to the saddle ~ TAME
D59. Tropical getaway ~ ISLE
D59. Gilligan's spot ~ ISLE
D60. Babe in the woods ~ NAIF
D60. Approach ~ NEAR
D61. Pulls a scam on ~ GYPS
D61. Stare agog ~ GAPE
D63. "The Steve Allen Show" regular Louis ~ NYE
D63. "Science Guy" Bill ~ NYE
D64. Become cohesive ~ GEL
D64. It keeps hair in place ~ GEL

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