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  • Title: "HAVE A BALL!" (OCTOBER 16, 2002)
  • Author: By James E. Buell
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  • Title: HAVE A BLAST
  • Author: By James E. Buell / Timothy Parker
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A1. Word with car or motor ~ POOL
A1. Cookbook instruction ~ BOIL
A5. Wrigley Field slugger ~ SOSA
A5. Irritation ~ SNIT
A9. Archaeologist's find ~ RELIC
A9. Souvenir of the past ~ RELIC
A14. Top-notch ~ AONE
A14. ___ of operation ~ MODE
A15. Cons partner ~ PROS
A15. 100 centavos ~ PESO
A16. Drama at La Scala ~ OPERA
A16. Drama at La Scala ~ OPERA
A17. Have a ball! ~ WHOOPITUP
A17. Have a blast! ~ WHOOPITUP
A19. Web destinations ~ SITES
A19. Web destinations ~ SITES
A20. High rocky hill ~ TOR
A20. High, rocky hill ~ TOR
A21. It's found among needles ~ PINECONE
A21. It's found among needles ~ PINECONE
A23. From head to foot ~ CAPAPIE
A23. From head to foot ~ CAPAPIE
A27. Room service decanters ~ CARAFES
A27. Room service decanters, e.g. ~ CARAFES
A28. Italian liqueur ~ AMARETTO
A28. Italian liqueur ~ AMARETTO
A30. Dirty money ~ PELF
A30. Dirty money ~ PELF
A31. Word in a Hitchcock film title ~ BIRDS
A31. Word in a Hitchcock film title ~ BIRDS
A32. Salted away ~ HIVED
A32. Stored away ~ HIVED
A34. Stratospheric streaker ~ SST
A34. One-time stratospheric streaker ~ SST
A37. Worker and harvester ~ ANTS
A37. Carpenter and harvester ~ ANTS
A38. Actor Leary ~ DENIS
A38. Actor Leary ~ DENIS
A39. Snorkel's pooch ~ OTTO
A39. Snorkel's pooch ~ OTTO
A40. Myrna of "The Thin Man" ~ LOY
A40. Myrna of "The Thin Man" ~ LOY
A41. Sounds from behind the front door, perhaps ~ BARKS
A41. Some night sounds ~ BARKS
A42. Golf great Sam ~ SNEAD
A42. Golf great Sam ~ SNEAD
A43. Narrow margin ~ HAIR
A43. Kind of trigger ~ HAIR
A45. Abruptly disconnected, in music ~ STACCATO
A45. Broken off, musically ~ STACCATO
A47. First Mets skipper Casey ~ STENGEL
A47. First Mets skipper Casey ~ STENGEL
A50. Steeply pitched roofs ~ AFRAMES
A50. Buildings with steeply pitched roofs ~ AFRAMES
A51. Exerted pressure ~ LEANEDON
A51. Pressured ~ LEANEDON
A53. Computer memory ~ RAM
A53. Type of computer memory ~ RAM
A54. Ahead of time ~ EARLY
A54. Ahead of time ~ EARLY
A55. Have a ball! ~ MAKEMERRY
A55. Have a blast! ~ MAKEMERRY
A60. Helena rival ~ ESTEE
A60. First name in mascara ~ ESTEE
A61. Hertz alternative ~ AVIS
A61. Bird of Old Rome ~ AVIS
A62. Cad ~ ROUE
A62. Licentious man ~ ROUE
A63. Tense (with "up") ~ KEYED
A63. Tense (with "up") ~ KEYED
A64. Last child born in Eden ~ SETH
A64. Son of Eve ~ SETH
A65. Help a hood ~ ABET
A65. Provide with a hideout, perhaps ~ ABET
D1. Andy, to Opie? ~ PAW
D1. It's headquartered in Munich ~ BMW
D2. "Impressive!" ~ OOH
D2. "That's awesome!" ~ OOH
D3. Lennon's bride ~ ONO
D3. Terse vow ~ IDO
D4. Dancer's wear ~ LEOTARDS
D4. Dancers' wear, sometimes ~ LEOTARDS
D5. Apparition ~ SPIRIT
D5. Apparition ~ SPIRIT
D6. Scrap for Fido ~ ORT
D6. Invoice word ~ NET
D7. ___-to-nuts ~ SOUP
D7. "The jig ___!" ~ ISUP
D8. Savory jelly ~ ASPIC
D8. Debaters' need ~ TOPIC
D9. Like cheeks, at times ~ ROSERED
D9. Like cheeks, at times ~ ROSERED
D10. Impressively great ~ EPICAL
D10. Long and impressive ~ EPICAL
D11. Have a ball! ~ LETOFFSTEAM
D11. Have a blast! ~ LETOFFSTEAM
D12. Role for Zellweger ~ IRENE
D12. Cara or Ryan ~ IRENE
D13. Detective's assignments ~ CASES
D13. Detective's assignments ~ CASES
D18. Vatican honchos ~ POPES
D18. Vatican honchos ~ POPES
D22. Locks may hide them ~ NAPES
D22. Locks may hide them ~ NAPES
D23. Junta ~ CABAL
D23. Junta ~ CABAL
D24. Organic acid form ~ AMINO
D24. Organic acid form ~ AMINO
D25. Have a ball! ~ PARTYHEARTY
D25. Have a blast! ~ PARTYHEARTY
D26. Anesthetic gas ~ ETHER
D26. Anesthetic liquid ~ ETHER
D29. Acts like a hog ~ OINKS
D29. Sow sounds ~ OINKS
D33. "Hasta la _____!" ~ VISTA
D33. Western scene ~ VISTA
D35. Part of the Union ~ STATE
D35. Union member ~ STATE
D36. Hoo-has ~ TODOS
D36. Hoo-has ~ TODOS
D38. Tested one's courage ~ DARED
D38. Tested one's courage ~ DARED
D39. Being shot ~ ONCAMERA
D39. Being shot ~ ONCAMERA
D41. Inquisitive ~ BIGEYED
D41. Filled with awe ~ BIGEYED
D42. Beat it! ~ SCRAM
D42. "Beat it!" ~ SCRAM
D44. Founder of the Shakers ~ ANNLEE
D44. Founder of the Shakers, in America ~ ANNLEE
D46. From square one ~ AFRESH
D46. From the beginning ~ AFRESH
D47. Streamlined ~ SLEEK
D47. Streamlined ~ SLEEK
D48. Display poor sportsmanship ~ TEASE
D48. Display poor sportsmanship, in a way ~ TEASE
D49. _____ de Zamora, Argentina ~ LOMAS
D49. ___ de Zamora, Argentina ~ LOMAS
D52. Basilica center ~ NAVE
D52. Basilica center ~ NAVE
D56. Caboodle partner ~ KIT
D56. "Caboodle" partner ~ KIT
D57. Laura Petrie's husband ~ ROB
D57. Take the wrong way? ~ ROB
D58. Lament ~ RUE
D58. Lament ~ RUE
D59. Thus far ~ YET
D59. Thus far ~ YET

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