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  • Title: New York Times, Tuesday, October 28, 1997
  • Author: Bernice Gordon
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: ALL ABOARD
  • Author: By George Keller / Timothy Parker
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A1. Lots ~ GOBS
A1. Jackson Five hairstyle ~ AFRO
A5. Desert streambed ~ WADI
A5. Attacked on all sides ~ BESET
A9. Tennis great Rod ~ LAVER
A10. Straw man's target ~ CROW
A14. "Are you some kind of ___?" ~ ANUT
A14. Dropping-into-water sound ~ PLOP
A15. Black ~ EBON
A15. Plant with spinachlike leaves ~ ORACH
A16. "___ at the office" ~ IGAVE
A16. Freight car hopper, stereotypically ~ HOBO
A17. Vidal's Breckinridge ~ MYRA
A17. Copycat's request ~ SAME
A18. Roar at the shore ~ SURF
A18. ___ voce (almost in a whisper) ~ SOTTO
A19. Count with an orchestra ~ BASIE
A19. European auto ~ OPEL
A20. 1989 Madonna hit ~ EXPRESSYOURSELF
A20. Speak from the heart, e.g. ~ EXPRESSYOURSELF
A23. Churchill's sign ~ VEE
A23. Islamic prince (Var.) ~ EMEER
A24. Basic college degrees ~ BAS
A24. Room with a view ~ AERIE
A25. Summit ~ VERTEX
A25. Desert flora sight, perhaps ~ CACTUS
A29. ___-Jo (1988 Olympics name) ~ FLO
A28. Mass. neighbor ~ CONN
A31. Mosque V.I.P. ~ IMAM
A30. What little things mean? ~ ALOT
A35. Live, in a TV studio ~ ONAIR
A31. Newton knighted in 1705 ~ ISAAC
A36. Like Britain ~ GREAT
A33. Supplement (with "to") ~ ADD
A38. Poetic palindrome ~ ERE
A36. It may be used in minor surgery ~ LOCALANESTHESIA
A39. It may be used in minor surgery ~ LOCALANESTHESIA
A40. Albanian monetary unit ~ LEK
A42. Quattro minus uno ~ TRE
A41. Head roaster ~ EMCEE
A43. Freshman, sophomore, etc. ~ YEARS
A42. Mountain pass in India ~ GHAT
A44. Revolving machine part ~ ROTOR
A43. Window frame ~ SASH
A45. Reply to "Are not!" ~ AMSO
A44. Having a diamond-shaped pattern ~ ARGYLE
A47. I-80, e.g.: Abbr. ~ RTE
A46. December mail recipient ~ CLAUS
A48. Item in a Mexican fiesta ~ PINATA
A49. Mechanical helper ~ ROBOT
A49. Luau dish ~ POI
A51. Bibliophile's treasures ~ LIMITEDEDITIONS
A51. Sound from Sandy ~ ARF
A57. Retrocedes ~ EBBS
A52. Bibliophile's treasures ~ LIMITEDEDITIONS
A58. Wandered about ~ ROVED
A61. Belief in sorcery and magic ~ OBEAH
A59. Space race goal ~ MOON
A62. Pre-tractor farmer's need ~ OXEN
A60. Motion-carrying votes ~ AYES
A63. Plummet ~ DROP
A61. Rudimentary seed ~ OVULE
A64. "À votre ___!" ~ SANTE
A62. Book before Nehemiah ~ EZRA
A65. Grp. affecting gas prices ~ OPEC
A63. Steak specification ~ RARE
A66. Go gently (into) ~ EASE
A64. Blinds a falcon ~ SEELS
A67. More correct ~ TRUER
A65. Realize, as profits ~ REAP
A68. Brood ~ MOPE
D1. Church feature ~ APSE
A69. "Jeopardy!" host Trebek ~ ALEX
D2. Pale grayish yellow ~ FLAX
D1. Charades, e.g. ~ GAME
D3. An easy win ~ ROMP
D2. Cameo stone ~ ONYX
D4. Bernstein's "Trouble in Tahiti," e.g. ~ OPERETTA
D3. Pat on the back, as a baby ~ BURP
D5. Givers of orders ~ BOSSES
D4. Asterisk ~ STAR
D6. Irregularly edged ~ EROSE
D5. Setting for Thomas Hardy novels ~ WESSEX
D7. Mythical goatlike creature ~ SATYR
D6. Maltreatment ~ ABUSE
D8. Prefix meaning "outer" ~ ECTO
D7. Boat with oars ~ DORY
D9. Commandment starter ~ THOU
D8. Data ~ INFO
D10. Appointed ~ CHOSEN
D9. Astrologically, the thoughtful, diplomatic type ~ LIBRA
D11. "Three's Company" landlord ~ ROPER
D10. Tennis great Andre ~ AGASSI
D12. Manuscript marks ~ OBELI
D11. Bouquet site ~ VASE
D13. Stout detective Nero ~ WOLFE
D12. Satanicalness ~ EVIL
D21. Three-toed Australian ~ EMU
D13. Sailor's peril ~ REEF
D22. French alternative ~ RANCH
D21. Don or Phil of 50's-60's pop ~ EVERLY
D25. Work a square dance ~ CALL
D22. W.W. II menace ~ UBOAT
D26. Shower gel ingredient, often ~ ALOE
D25. Physicist Alessandro ~ VOLTA
D27. Tilt, as the head ~ COCK
D26. Vast, old-style ~ ENORM
D28. Grammatical category ~ CASE
D27. Regattas ~ RACES
D29. Kind of bran ~ OAT
D28. Spanish aunt ~ TIA
D31. Rainfall measure ~ INCH
D29. French brother ~ FRERE
D32. Finger-pointer's word ~ SEE
D30. Minus ~ LESS
D33. Pallid ~ ASHY
D32. Acclaimed "Hostess with the Mostes'" ~ MESTA
D34. It's on the watch ~ DIAL
D33. Unrestrained ~ ARIOT
D35. Social outing ~ DATE
D34. Stiller's comedy partner ~ MEARA
D37. The absolute minimum ~ LEAST
D36. Buzzing pest ~ GNAT
D38. 12-hr. stretches ~ AMS
D37. Savings and loan ~ THRIFT
D39. It's flipped in the kitchen ~ EGGTIMER
D40. Condor's home ~ AERIE
D43. Landlocked federal republic in central Europe, to the French ~ SUISSE
D41. Long time ~ EON
D44. Puts up with ~ ABIDES
D46. Narcotic ~ OPIATE
D45. Decompose ~ ROT
D48. William or Harry, e.g. ~ PRINCE
D46. Plain as the nose on your face ~ CLEAR
D50. Word with woman or worldly ~ OTHER
D47. Nation with a solid green flag ~ LIBYA
D51. Take ___ breath ~ ADEEP
D48. Waves of grain color ~ AMBER
D52. Bewildered ~ LOST
D49. Show full of skits ~ REVUE
D53. Construction support ~ IBAR
D50. "The Life of Riley" character ~ ODELL
D54. Maître d's offering ~ MENU
D52. Cupid counterpart ~ EROS
D55. Condemn ~ DOOM
D53. Bird of peace ~ DOVE
D56. Montreal player ~ EXPO
D54. Sludge ~ OOZE
D57. Bright thought ~ IDEA
D55. Asta's mistress ~ NORA
D58. Spoken ~ ORAL
D56. Lose it ~ SNAP
D59. Winning margin, maybe ~ NOSE
D60. Glasses, in ads ~ SPEX

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