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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, July 26, 1999
  • Author: M. Francis Vuolo
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: "TOGETHER AGAIN" (DECEMBER 07, 2004)
  • Author: By Beverly Gilchrist
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  • Title: TOGETHER AGAIN
  • Author: By Carl Cranby / Timothy Parker
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A1. Eliot of the Untouchables ~ NESS
A1. Ultralight wood ~ BALSA
A1. Take ___ it comes ~ ITAS
A5. Error's partner ~ TRIAL
A6. "Hey, Mac!" ~ PSST
A5. "___ of Two Cities" ~ ATALE
A10. Woodworker's tool ~ ADZE
A10. Umpire's call ~ SAFE
A10. Directed ~ SENT
A14. Big name in the oil biz ~ ARCO
A14. Basketry willow ~ OSIER
A14. Magic power ~ MOJO
A15. Lawn bowling ~ BOCCI
A15. The Hippocratic, for one ~ OATH
A15. Board, as a train ~ GETON
A16. Stick in one's ___ ~ CRAW
A16. Restaurant bill ~ CHIT
A16. Together, in music ~ ADUE
A17. Have itchy feet ~ ROAM
A17. Beatle behind the others ~ STARR
A17. Sixth-day creation ~ ADAM
A18. Schiller's "___ Joy" ~ ODETO
A18. It was spendable in Rome, once ~ LIRE
A18. ___-Unis ~ ETATS
A19. Walking stick ~ CANE
A19. They lay around the farm ~ HENS
A19. Crafted ~ MADE
A20. Family financial figure ~ COMBINEDINCOME
A20. Family financial figure ~ COMBINEDINCOME
A20. Family financial figure ~ COMBINEDINCOME
A23. Overhaul ~ REDO
A23. Words exchanged with love ~ IDO
A23. Rhode Island fowls ~ REDS
A24. Apr. 15 addressee ~ IRS
A24. About 2.20 pounds ~ KILO
A24. "So, there you are!" ~ AHA
A25. Printing press gizmos ~ INKERS
A25. Memorable writer Bombeck ~ ERMA
A25. Eye covering ~ SCLERA
A28. Some newspapers ~ GAZETTES
A28. The life of Riley ~ EASE
A28. Entice ~ LURE
A33. Jungle warning ~ ROAR
A31. Words with "stop" or "give" ~ ANDGO
A30. Span. lady ~ SRA
A34. Ruckus ~ MELEE
A35. Sundial numeral ~ VII
A33. It goes with wash ~ WEAR
A35. Actress Lupino ~ IDA
A36. Toll unit ~ AXLE
A34. Petitions ~ BESEECHES
A36. Reuters competitor ~ ASSOCIATEDPRESS
A37. "Bam!" chef ~ EMERIL
A36. Name in the news ~ ASSOCIATEDPRESS
A40. Links prop ~ TEE
A38. Reuters competitor ~ ASSOCIATEDPRESS
A39. Baby baskets ~ BASSINETS
A41. Harold Gray's little orphan ~ ANNIE
A41. Withhold ~ DEDUCT
A40. Ancient theaters ~ ODEA
A42. Son of Zeus ~ ARES
A42. That alternative ~ THIS
A41. No seats sign, briefly ~ SRO
A43. Alberta's capital ~ EDMONTON
A43. Jeanne d'Arc's abbreviated title ~ STE
A42. Actor Kilmer and namesakes ~ VALS
A45. Frightful ~ GRISLY
A44. F neighbor ~ ENOTE
A43. "Gorillas in the Mist" author Dian ~ FOSSEY
A47. Walter Raleigh, for one ~ SIR
A45. Fence part ~ POST
A45. Legal matter ~ RES
A48. Bar mitzvah boy, barely ~ TEEN
A46. Pt. of the NAACP ~ ASSN
A46. Lectern platform ~ DAIS
A49. Company with two U's in its logo ~ UNITEDAIRLINES
A47. Dagger of old ~ SNEE
A47. Its logo contains two U's ~ UNITEDAIRLINES
A56. Copycat ~ APER
A49. Bass attachment ~ OON
A54. Enfant terrible ~ BRAT
A57. One of Columbus's ships ~ PINTA
A51. Place for some frequent fliers ~ UNITEDAIRLINES
A55. Nita of silent films ~ NALDI
A58. Roof edge ~ EAVE
A58. Give a nudge ~ PROD
A56. Terrible market share ~ NONE
A59. Medallion site ~ TAXI
A59. Speak gratingly ~ RASP
A57. Freedom from hardship ~ EASE
A60. Collectively ~ INALL
A60. Word with spitting or mirror ~ IMAGE
A58. Blood leaves one ~ STAIN
A61. Bridge ~ SPAN
A61. Leer lasciviously ~ OGLE
A59. Gentle firelight, e.g. ~ GLOW
A62. Baseball's Mel and others ~ OTTS
A62. Types ~ ILKS
A60. "Oh, me!" ~ ALAS
A63. Adored, with "on" ~ DOTED
A63. Kind of trail or lock ~ VAPOR
A61. ___ living (bring home the bacon) ~ EARNA
A64. Incline ~ TEND
A64. Letter opener ~ DEAR
A62. Cause for a child's punishment, perhaps ~ SASS
D1. Drug cop ~ NARC
A65. Old station identification ~ ESSO
D1. Apple that's plugged in ~ IMAC
D2. Ending with switch ~ EROO
A66. "Maria ___" (Dorsey hit) ~ ELENA
D2. List type ~ TODO
D3. Ripoff ~ SCAM
D1. Bartlett kin ~ BOSC
D3. In ___ (in hot water) ~ AJAM
D4. Tijuana topper ~ SOMBRERO
D2. Memo beginner ~ ASTO
D4. Some hats ~ SOMBREROS
D5. Some government issues, briefly ~ TBONDS
D3. Neeson of "Nell" ~ LIAM
D5. It may be hidden ~ AGENDA
D6. Event in a ring ~ RODEO
D4. Side in a 1990s war ~ SERBIA
D6. Places for tricornes ~ TETES
D7. Treated a sprain, perhaps ~ ICED
D5. Right Guard rival ~ ARRID
D7. Just ___ (not much) ~ ATAD
D8. Play's opening ~ ACTI
D6. Either end of a magnet ~ POLE
D8. Auctioneer's first offering ~ LOTI
D9. Treated as a celebrity ~ LIONIZED
D7. The Shirelles' "Mama ___" ~ SAID
D9. Caught ~ ENSNARED
D10. Greet obtrusively ~ ACCOST
D8. 1/3 of an out, perhaps ~ STRIKE
D10. Polynesian island group ~ SAMOA
D11. Small amount of liquor ~ DRAM
D9. "___ Kissed Her" (Beach Boys) ~ THENI
D11. Wax-wrapped cheese ~ EDAM
D12. Actor Billy of "Titanic" ~ ZANE
D10. Sailing vessel of yore ~ SCHOONER
D12. Titian's "Venus of Urbino," e.g. ~ NUDE
D13. The clone Dolly, e.g. ~ EWE
D11. Interjection to express doubt ~ AHEM
D13. Kind of time ~ TEE
D21. Suffix with hotel ~ IER
D12. Exquisite ~ FINE
D21. Comparative of "-y" ~ IER
D22. Hardly Mr. Right ~ CREEP
D13. Martians and such ~ ETS
D22. Aviary sound ~ CHEEP
D25. Madder than mad ~ IRATE
D21. Jean-Paul Sartre play ~ NOEXIT
D25. Some lab specimens ~ SWABS
D26. Pried (into) ~ NOSED
D22. Workshop devices ~ CLAMPS
D26. Migrants' advocate Chavez ~ CESAR
D27. Radio countdown host Casey ~ KASEM
D25. Dodge, as the press ~ EVADE
D27. Attachment to a rodeo saddle, often ~ LASSO
D28. Enter, as a car ~ GETIN
D26. Resurrected ~ RISEN
D28. Some Baltic natives ~ LETTS
D29. On the safe side? ~ ALEE
D27. Perform incorrectly ~ MISDO
D29. Gadgeteers' concerns ~ USES
D30. Levels ~ TIERS
D29. ___ mode ~ ALA
D30. Garage relatives ~ SHEDS
D31. 50's Ford flop ~ EDSEL
D30. Brief fight ~ SETTO
D31. Visit for a second time ~ RESEE
D32. Insolent ~ SASSY
D32. Treat a wound ~ DRESS
D32. Put to the test ~ ASSAY
D34. Hand, to Hernando ~ MANO
D33. Main points ~ GISTS
D34. Yellow, edible Indian fruit ~ BAEL
D37. "Shut up!" ~ CANIT
D34. Mary-Kate or Ashley ~ OLSEN
D35. Channel events ~ CROSSINGS
D38. Very brave ~ INTREPID
D36. Immigrant's giveaway ~ ACCENT
D37. Musk-secreting mammal ~ CIVET
D39. Having the most precipitation ~ RAINIEST
D37. Crossword VIP ~ EDITOR
D38. Somehow ~ INASENSE
D44. Figure in an Egyptian tomb ~ OSIRIS
D39. New kid in town ~ OUTSIDER
D43. Breakfast bowlful, perhaps ~ FARINA
D45. Jimmy's predecessor as President ~ GERALD
D40. Sounds of hesitation ~ EHS
D44. Squeak-stopping application ~ OIL
D46. Catholicism, e.g.: Abbr. ~ REL
D45. Uses a two-wheeler ~ PEDALS
D45. Word after "last" or before "of passage" ~ RITES
D48. Lord or earl, e.g. ~ TITLE
D46. "20 Questions" category ~ ANIMAL
D46. Slew ~ DIDIN
D49. ___ the crack of dawn ~ UPAT
D48. Hair-raising ~ EERIE
D47. ___-Altaic languages ~ URAL
D50. Barber's cry ~ NEXT
D50. It could be stuffed ~ OLIVE
D48. Org. with many missions ~ NASA
D51. Flintstones pet ~ DINO
D51. Goad ~ URGE
D49. Computer input or output ~ DATA
D52. Biol. subject ~ ANAT
D52. Vincent Lopez' theme song ~ NOLA
D50. Questionable plant chemical ~ ALAR
D53. Back of the neck ~ NAPE
D53. Seeks a favor ~ ASKS
D51. Vincent Lopez hit of 1922 ~ NOLA
D54. Indiana Sen. ___ Bayh ~ EVAN
D54. ___ facto ~ IPSO
D52. Grandson of 17-Across ~ ENOS
D55. E-mail command ~ SEND
D55. Scruff of the neck ~ NAPE
D53. Hems but doesn't haw ~ SEWS
D56. From ___ Z ~ ATO
D56. Harold's "Ghostbusters" role ~ EGON
D54. "Maude" star Arthur ~ BEA

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