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  • Title: "END OF SENTENCE!" (NOVEMBER 07, 2002)
  • Author: By Mark Milhet - Editor Timothy E. Parker
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  • Title: GREAT EX-SPECK-TATIONS
  • Author: By Mark Milhet / Timothy Parker
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A1. New Testament book ~ ACTS
A1. Ritzy health resorts ~ SPAS
A5. Peptic problem ~ ULCER
A5. One may have only one big part ~ ACTOR
A10. Proust's "Remembrance of Things _____" ~ PAST
A10. Suck wind ~ PANT
A14. Ill-gotten gains ~ LOOT
A14. It may have fallen on a foot ~ ARCH
A15. Sing "nyah-nyah" to ~ TEASE
A15. "The Rural Muse" poet ~ CLARE
A16. Donny and Marie's state ~ UTAH
A16. One of 50 in a united group ~ UTAH
A17. I, Greek ~ IOTA
A17. Nick's spouse, in film ~ NORA
A18. Mediterranean republic ~ MALTA
A18. Jack-in-the-pulpit cousin ~ CALLA
A19. R&B singer Braxton ~ TONI
A19. Indian helmet ~ TOPI
A20. Production need for GWTW ~ PERIODCOSTUMES
A20. What 5-Across may sometimes wear ~ PERIODCOSTUMES
A23. They may administer IVs ~ RNS
A23. Playable serves ~ INS
A24. Ship's deck ~ POOP
A24. Ship deck ~ POOP
A25. Turkish Angora, for one ~ CAT
A25. Turkish Angora, for one ~ CAT
A28. Inscribe ~ ETCH
A28. Inscribe ~ ETCH
A31. Most recently produced ~ NEWEST
A31. State-of-the-art ~ NEWEST
A35. Firefighting Red ~ ADAIR
A35. Oil well fire fighter of note ~ ADAIR
A37. First rate ~ AONE
A37. First-rate ~ AONE
A39. A big fan of ~ INTO
A39. A big fan of ~ INTO
A40. Can't go back after this ~ POINTOFNORETURN
A40. Pilot's boundary ~ POINTOFNORETURN
A43. Joule fractions ~ ERGS
A43. Joule fractions ~ ERGS
A44. Lowly laborer ~ PEON
A44. Lowly laborer ~ PEON
A45. Say "I don't know" with your mouth shut ~ SHRUG
A45. "I don't know" gesture ~ SHRUG
A46. Be short with ~ SNAPAT
A46. Speak sharply to ~ SNAPAT
A48. Partners of cones ~ RODS
A48. Cones partners ~ RODS
A50. Tommy has a couple ~ EMS
A50. Tommy has a couple ~ EMS
A51. Shorten a sentence ~ EDIT
A51. Chop copy ~ EDIT
A53. Sushi order ~ EEL
A53. Japanese delicacy ~ EEL
A55. Amazon, e.g. ~ DOTCOMBUSINESS
A55. Potential start-up ~ DOTCOMBUSINESS
A62. Final notice? ~ OBIT
A62. Notice of demise, briefly ~ OBIT
A63. Column style ~ IONIC
A63. Column style ~ IONIC
A64. To _____ (precisely) ~ ATEE
A64. To ___ (precisely) ~ ATEE
A66. Warning at Augusta ~ FORE
A66. "Father" prefix ~ FORE
A67. Sarcastic ~ SNIDE
A67. Supercilious ~ SNIDE
A68. Did in the dragon ~ SLEW
A68. Did in the dragon ~ SLEW
A69. Chicken dinner? ~ FEED
A69. Chicken dinner? ~ FEED
A70. Taxi ticker ~ METER
A70. Olympic measure ~ METER
A71. Legendary entertainer ~ HOPE
A71. Legendary entertainer ~ HOPE
D1. Ring master? ~ ALI
D1. ___ Francisco 49ers ~ SAN
D2. Hen house ~ COOP
D2. Theatrical object ~ PROP
D3. Bag opening? ~ TOTE
D3. Part of a large plot? ~ ACRE
D4. Super Bowl I MVP ~ STARR
D4. The voice of Lamb Chop ~ SHARI
D5. Nth degree ~ UTMOST
D5. Greet obtrusively ~ ACCOST
D6. Conduct ~ LEAD
D6. Not bare ~ CLAD
D7. Short math course ~ CALC
D7. Baby-powder ingredient ~ TALC
D8. Prohibit, in legalese ~ ESTOP
D8. Ship deck ~ ORLOP
D9. Logician ~ REASONER
D9. Syllogist ~ REASONER
D10. Tolerate ~ PUTUPWITH
D10. Tolerate ~ PUTUPWITH
D11. Powerful mite ~ ATOM
D11. Mite ~ ATOM
D12. Lucid ~ SANE
D12. Neck feature ~ NAPE
D13. That counterpart ~ THIS
D13. That alternative ~ THIS
D21. Like neon ~ INERT
D21. Like neon ~ INERT
D22. Ballerina's perch ~ TOE
D22. Ballerina's perch ~ TOE
D25. Some lighthouse sites ~ CAPES
D25. Some lighthouse sites ~ CAPES
D26. Bedeck ~ ADORN
D26. Bedeck ~ ADORN
D27. North American forest ~ TAIGA
D27. North American and Eurasian forest ~ TAIGA
D29. Java joint ~ CAFE
D29. Tearoom relative ~ CAFE
D30. Kind of system or society ~ HONOR
D30. Kind of "system" or "society" ~ HONOR
D32. Habituate ~ ENURE
D32. Habituate (Var.) ~ ENURE
D33. Play a Stratocaster ~ STRUM
D33. Play, as a mandolin ~ STRUM
D34. Hinged kitchen utensils ~ TONGS
D34. Hinged kitchen utensils ~ TONGS
D36. Scrutinized ~ INSPECTED
D36. Scrutinized ~ INSPECTED
D38. Taboo ~ NONO
D38. Taboo ~ NONO
D41. The search for the silver lining ~ OPTIMISM
D41. The search for the silver lining ~ OPTIMISM
D42. German steel city ~ ESSEN
D42. German steel city ~ ESSEN
D47. Brouhaha ~ ADO
D47. Brouhaha ~ ADO
D49. Rear window feature in some cars ~ DEICER
D49. Rear window feature in some cars ~ DEICER
D52. Delmonico alternative ~ TBONE
D52. Delmonico alternative ~ TBONE
D54. Pet checker ~ LEASH
D54. Pet checker ~ LEASH
D55. Tip, as a topper ~ DOFF
D55. Tip, as a topper ~ DOFF
D56. Clarinet cousin ~ OBOE
D56. Clarinet cousin ~ OBOE
D57. Cheap swing ~ TIRE
D57. Kind of iron ~ TIRE
D58. "One Adam Twelve," e.g. ~ UNIT
D58. "One Adam Twelve," e.g. ~ UNIT
D59. Bar or car opening ~ SIDE
D59. Rectangle part ~ SIDE
D60. French town of WWII fame ~ STLO
D60. French town of WWII fame ~ STLO
D61. Slip through the cracks ~ SEEP
D61. Slowly permeate ~ SEEP
D65. Bighorn's mom ~ EWE
D65. Bighorn's mom ~ EWE

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