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  • Title: "WITHOUT LIMITS" (DECEMBER 17, 2004)
  • Author: By Carol Lemley
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  • Author: By Amos Gould / Timothy Parker
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A1. Moth draw ~ FLAME
A1. Rhetorical device ~ TROPE
A6. Initials on Sputnik ~ CCCP
A6. Initials on Sputnik ~ CCCP
A10. Holds the deed on ~ OWNS
A10. Holds the deed on ~ OWNS
A14. Corporate department ~ LEGAL
A14. Threaten to surpass ~ RIVAL
A15. Workplace oversight agcy. ~ OSHA
A15. Workplace oversight agcy. ~ OSHA
A16. Reporter's query ~ WHAT
A16. Reporter's query ~ WHAT
A17. 1967 Robert Knight hit ~ EVERLASTINGLOVE
A17. 1967 Robert Knight song ~ EVERLASTINGLOVE
A20. 1948-49 Berlin event ~ AIRLIFT
A20. One end of the political spectrum ~ FARLEFT
A21. Opposes ~ NAYSAYS
A21. Opposes ~ NAYSAYS
A22. Charged swimmer? ~ EEL
A22. Blown up, as a neg. ~ ENL
A23. Soccer star Mia ~ HAMM
A23. Soccer star Mia ~ HAMM
A24. Word with tiger or water ~ LILY
A24. Word with "tiger" or "water" ~ LILY
A27. Hiroshima's river ~ OTA
A27. Hiroshima's river ~ OTA
A29. Sackcloth companion ~ ASHES
A29. Sackcloth companion ~ ASHES
A33. Vladimir Nabokov novel ~ ADA
A33. Vladimir Nabokov character ~ ADA
A34. "Who's the Boss?" star ~ DANZA
A34. "Who's the Boss?" star ~ DANZA
A36. Carnegie and Radio City Music ~ HALLS
A36. Carnegie and Radio City Music ~ HALLS
A38. Mechanical impossibility ~ PERPETUALMOTION
A38. Mechanical impossibility ~ PERPETUALMOTION
A41. Multivolume tales ~ SAGAS
A41. Multivolume tales ~ SAGAS
A42. Blink of an eye ~ TRICE
A42. Blink of an eye ~ TRICE
A43. Lead-in for light or night ~ TWI
A43. Lead-in for "light" or "night" ~ TWI
A44. Like a rock ~ SOLID
A44. Like a rock ~ SOLID
A46. Bit of Morse code ~ DAH
A46. Bit of Morse code ~ DAH
A47. Medical advice, often ~ REST
A47. Medical advice, often ~ REST
A48. Deteriorates ~ ROTS
A48. Deteriorates ~ ROTS
A50. Dined in or out ~ ATE
A50. Dined in or out ~ ATE
A52. Man from Acre ~ ISRAELI
A52. Man from Acre ~ ISRAELI
A56. Put into office ~ ELECTED
A56. Put into office ~ ELECTED
A60. What go-getters seem to have ~ BOUNDLESSENERGY
A60. What go-getters seem to have ~ BOUNDLESSENERGY
A62. Satie or Estrada ~ ERIK
A62. Satie or Estrada ~ ERIK
A63. Kind of rug ~ AREA
A63. Kind of rug ~ AREA
A64. Traditional truism ~ ADAGE
A64. Traditional truism ~ ADAGE
A65. Lawless role ~ XENA
A65. Lawless role ~ XENA
A66. Alphabetical run ~ RSTU
A66. Alphabetical run ~ RSTU
A67. Some interoffice mail ~ MEMOS
A67. Some interoffice mail ~ MEMOS
D1. Biting insect ~ FLEA
D1. Nonkosher ~ TREF
D2. Strauss of denim fame ~ LEVI
D2. Kentucky Derby winner ___ Ridge ~ RIVA
D3. "Happy Days Are Here Again" composer ~ AGER
D3. "Message complete" ~ OVER
D4. Reggae legend Bob ~ MARLEY
D4. Informal truce talk ~ PARLEY
D5. "Dallas" matriarch ~ ELLIE
D5. 1942 Pulitzer novelist Glasgow ~ ELLEN
D6. Part of a profit calculation ~ COST
D6. Part of a profit calculation ~ COST
D7. K.C. time zone ~ CST
D7. K.C. time zone ~ CST
D8. Fancy dinnerware ~ CHINA
D8. Fancy dinnerware ~ CHINA
D9. Independence declarer, November 3, 1903 ~ PANAMA
D9. 1903 independence declarer ~ PANAMA
D10. Birds that may be spotted ~ OWLS
D10. Birds that may be spotted ~ OWLS
D11. "Stop, Silver!" ~ WHOA
D11. "Stop, Silver!" ~ WHOA
D12. Sailor's employer ~ NAVY
D12. Sailor's employer, perhaps ~ NAVY
D13. Canonized femmes, for short ~ STES
D13. Canonized femmes, for short ~ STES
D18. Waterborne ~ AFLOAT
D18. Waterborne ~ AFLOAT
D19. Sneaker ~ GYMSHOE
D19. Sneaker ~ GYMSHOE
D23. Golfers' obstacles ~ HAZARDS
D23. Golfers' obstacles ~ HAZARDS
D24. Drinks like a cat ~ LAPS
D24. Drinks like a cat ~ LAPS
D25. "Don't get any funny ___!" ~ IDEAS
D25. "Don't get any funny ___!" ~ IDEAS
D26. "Key ___" (Bogart film) ~ LARGO
D26. "Key ___" (Bogart film) ~ LARGO
D28. Fastening item ~ TNUT
D28. Fastening item ~ TNUT
D30. Tip from a gentleman? ~ HAT
D30. Tip from a gentleman? ~ HAT
D31. Oligarchy ~ ELITE
D31. Oligarchy ~ ELITE
D32. Taps on the brakes ~ SLOWS
D32. Taps on the brakes ~ SLOWS
D34. Prayed for ~ DESIRED
D34. Prayed for ~ DESIRED
D35. Inter ___ (among others) ~ ALIA
D35. Inter ___ (among other things) ~ ALIA
D37. Irritated condition ~ SNIT
D37. Irritated condition ~ SNIT
D39. Crony ~ PAL
D39. Crony ~ PAL
D40. Sitcom role for Borgnine ~ MCHALE
D40. Sitcom role for Borgnine ~ MCHALE
D45. Word with sand or bottom ~ DOLLAR
D45. Word with "sand" or "bottom" ~ DOLLAR
D47. Go back, as a hairline ~ RECEDE
D47. Go back, as a hairline ~ RECEDE
D49. Layers ~ TIERS
D49. Layers ~ TIERS
D51. Time for a coffee break, maybe ~ TENAM
D51. Time for a coffee break, maybe ~ TENAM
D52. Surefooted goat ~ IBEX
D52. Surefooted goat ~ IBEX
D53. Like some losers ~ SORE
D53. Like some losers ~ SORE
D54. Wrack partner ~ RUIN
D54. Wrack partner ~ RUIN
D55. Singer/songwriter Paul ~ ANKA
D55. Singer/songwriter Paul ~ ANKA
D56. Genesis twin ~ ESAU
D56. Genesis twin ~ ESAU
D57. Rail transport ~ TRAM
D57. Rail transport ~ TRAM
D58. Waffle brand ~ EGGO
D58. Waffle brand ~ EGGO
D59. Turns red, maybe ~ DYES
D59. Turns red, maybe ~ DYES
D61. It may follow a wash ~ SET
D61. It may follow a wash ~ SET

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