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  • Title: "DUCK!" (JANUARY 05, 2004)
  • Author: By Lynn Lempel
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  • Title: DUCK FOR COVER
  • Author: By George Keller / Timothy Parker
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A1. High-flying mil. group ~ USAF
A1. Classic song by the Kinks ~ LOLA
A5. Swell up ~ BLOAT
A5. Become swollen ~ BLOAT
A10. Witty remark ~ QUIP
A10. Clever comment ~ QUIP
A14. World's longest river ~ NILE
A14. Australia's national gemstone ~ OPAL
A15. Way to go ~ ROUTE
A15. 66, famously ~ ROUTE
A16. Language of Lahore ~ URDU
A16. Official language of Pakistan ~ URDU
A17. Surfer's need ~ WEBBROWSER
A17. Surfer's tool ~ WEBBROWSER
A19. Cultural periods ~ AGES
A19. Ice and Iron, for two ~ AGES
A20. Holiday forerunner ~ EVE
A20. Stat for a pitcher that's better low than high ~ ERA
A21. Brooklyn Bridge's river ~ EAST
A21. Brooklyn Bridge's river ~ EAST
A22. School kid's breather ~ RECESS
A22. Feature of a bay window ~ RECESS
A24. Transferred, as property ~ DEEDED
A24. Removed splinters, in a way ~ SANDED
A26. Pitcher's no-no ~ BALK
A26. Pitcher's boo-boo ~ BALK
A27. Ukrainian Black Sea port ~ ODESSA
A27. Ukrainian Black Sea port ~ ODESSA
A30. Fly off the handle, e.g. ~ IDIOM
A30. "Burn the midnight oil," for one ~ IDIOM
A34. Warm up ~ THAW
A34. Move from a frozen state? ~ THAW
A37. Moon walker Armstrong ~ NEIL
A37. He moonwalked before Michael ~ NEIL
A38. TV hero who left his mark ~ ZORRO
A38. Hero who left his mark ~ ZORRO
A39. Definitely overcooked ~ BURNT
A39. Definitely overcooked ~ BURNT
A41. Society newcomer, briefly ~ DEB
A41. Coming-out-party honoree ~ DEB
A42. Pinnacles ~ ACMES
A42. Highest stages ~ ACMES
A43. Showing surprise ~ AGAPE
A43. Betraying disbelief ~ AGAPE
A44. Entranced ~ AGOG
A44. Enthralled ~ AGOG
A46. World Heritage pueblo site ~ TAOS
A46. World Heritage pueblo site ~ TAOS
A47. Slacken ~ RELAX
A47. Become less severe or strict ~ RELAX
A48. Close by ~ NEARTO
A48. Close by ~ NEARTO
A50. Babbles ~ YAPS
A50. Barks incessantly ~ YAPS
A52. Show up ~ ARRIVE
A52. Achieve stardom ~ ARRIVE
A56. Radcliffe graduate ~ ALUMNA
A56. Radcliffe graduate ~ ALUMNA
A59. Automatic start? ~ SEMI
A59. Like the "tough" of a Burt Reynolds film ~ SEMI
A61. Hotel ___ Invalides (Paris landmark) ~ DES
A61. Tony-winning director McAnuff ~ DES
A62. Abounding ~ RIFE
A62. Abounding ~ RIFE
A63. Emmy-winning broadcaster ~ BILLMOYERS
A63. He has a "Journal" on PBS ~ BILLMOYERS
A66. Shakespeare's river ~ AVON
A66. Shakespeare's river ~ AVON
A67. On the lam ~ LOOSE
A67. Like some interpretations ~ LOOSE
A68. Water drainer ~ EAVE
A68. Mansard overhang ~ EAVE
A69. Optimum ~ BEST
A69. How father knows ~ BEST
A70. Lead-in for Mongolia or Hebrides ~ OUTER
A70. Lead-in for Mongolia or Hebrides ~ OUTER
A71. Slugger Rodriguez ~ ALEX
A71. "Family Ties" character ~ ALEX
D1. Independent, in a way ~ UNWED
D1. Big name in do-it-yourself supplies ~ LOWES
D2. Strainer ~ SIEVE
D2. Phantom's passion ~ OPERA
D3. Pulitzer-winning dramatist for "Seascape" ~ ALBEE
D3. With whom Jacob contracted to marry Rachel ~ LABAN
D4. Time to honor a pres. ~ FEB
D4. Priestly vestment ~ ALB
D5. Diversify ~ BROADEN
D5. Expand, as one's horizons ~ BROADEN
D6. Some weather map regions ~ LOWS
D6. Cattle calls ~ LOWS
D7. Dispossess ~ OUST
D7. Dispossess ~ OUST
D8. Went to mess ~ ATE
D8. Went to mess ~ ATE
D9. ___ firma ~ TERRA
D9. It may be incognita ~ TERRA
D10. Snake oil salesman kin ~ QUACKDOCTOR
D10. Medically unqualified physician ~ QUACKDOCTOR
D11. Entreat ~ URGE
D11. Hard-to-resist yen ~ URGE
D12. Roman calendar notation ~ IDES
D12. Roman calendar notation ~ IDES
D13. Word with sour or glamour ~ PUSS
D13. Word with "sour" or "glamour" ~ PUSS
D18. Famed army doctor Walter ~ REED
D18. Famed army doctor Walter ~ REED
D23. Henry's fair lady ~ ELIZA
D23. Henry's fair lady ~ ELIZA
D25. Partial outlay ~ DOWNPAYMENT
D25. Partial outlay ~ DOWNPAYMENT
D26. Spanish explorer of the Pacific ~ BALBOA
D26. The Italian Stallion ~ BALBOA
D28. Wagon alternatives ~ SEDANS
D28. They have at least four seats ~ SEDANS
D29. Blockade ~ SIEGE
D29. Steven Seagal film, "Under ___" ~ SIEGE
D31. Miss La Douce ~ IRMA
D31. Miss La Douce ~ IRMA
D32. Cookies 'n' cream component ~ OREO
D32. Cookie for 95 years ~ OREO
D33. Matlike growth ~ MOSS
D33. Plant that can grow on trees ~ MOSS
D34. It's designed to give you a lift ~ TBAR
D34. Chairlift alternative ~ TBAR
D35. Elephantine ~ HUGE
D35. Bunyanesque ~ HUGE
D36. Asia's shrunken sea ~ ARAL
D36. Shrinking Soviet sea ~ ARAL
D40. Gene Autry or Audie Murphy ~ TEXAN
D40. L.B.J., by birth ~ TEXAN
D45. TV's Frasier ~ GRAMMER
D45. He played the same character for 20 years ~ GRAMMER
D49. Kingston bunch ~ TRIO
D49. Quartet with a defection ~ TRIO
D51. Poet Neruda ~ PABLO
D51. Poet Neruda ~ PABLO
D53. Consummate ~ IDEAL
D53. Consummate ~ IDEAL
D54. Exuberance ~ VERVE
D54. Exuberance or brio ~ VERVE
D55. Earl of ___ (Thomas Cromwell) ~ ESSEX
D55. Thomas Cromwell, Earl of ___ ~ ESSEX
D56. "Kismet" character ~ ARAB
D56. Kasbah resident ~ ARAB
D57. In person ~ LIVE
D57. Start of New Hampshire's motto ~ LIVE
D58. Some saucers ~ UFOS
D58. Abduction vehicles, supposedly ~ UFOS
D59. Part of a jukebox ~ SLOT
D59. Opening for a mail carrier ~ SLOT
D60. Besides the usual ~ ELSE
D60. Last word in an ultimatum ~ ELSE
D64. Letters from a debtor ~ IOU
D64. Chit used when you're out of chips ~ IOU
D65. Proponent's vote ~ YEA
D65. Proponent's vote ~ YEA

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