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  • Title: "BOXED IN" (JULY 16, 2004)
  • Author: By Stanley B. Whitten
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  • Title: GO A FEW ROUNDS
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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A1. Graceful steed ~ ARAB
A1. Put in an appearance ~ CAME
A5. Large inland sea ~ ARAL
A5. Kazakhstan sea ~ ARAL
A9. Ready for anything ~ ALERT
A9. On one's toes ~ ALERT
A14. Not yet final, as a decree ~ NISI
A14. Visiting the folks, e.g. ~ AWAY
A15. Riefenstahl of cinema ~ LENI
A15. "Crucifixion of St. Peter" painter Guido ~ RENI
A16. Chocolate tree ~ CACAO
A16. Chocolate tree ~ CACAO
A17. Get clobbered, pugilistically ~ TAKEITONTHECHIN
A17. Get clobbered or endure ~ TAKEITONTHECHIN
A20. Court reporter, perhaps ~ STENO
A20. Belief system ~ CREDO
A21. City on the Tiber ~ ROME
A21. City on the Tiber ~ ROME
A22. Sacred ~ HOLY
A22. Sacred ~ HOLY
A23. Swerve, nautically ~ YAW
A23. Feminine pronoun ~ HER
A24. Burmese, perhaps ~ TAI
A24. Mai ___ (drink) ~ TAI
A26. Russia, of yesterday ~ USSR
A26. Russia, once ~ USSR
A28. Chairs may hold them ~ GAVELS
A28. Judicial hammers ~ GAVELS
A30. Categorized ~ TYPED
A30. Classified, as blood ~ TYPED
A34. Hindi equivalent to Mr. ~ BABU
A34. Hindi equivalent of Mr. ~ BABU
A37. What makes a plan plain? ~ ANI
A37. Folk rock's DiFranco ~ ANI
A38. Pretty as a picture, e.g. ~ SIMILE
A38. Pretty as a picture, e.g. ~ SIMILE
A39. Pugilistic denouement, perhaps ~ AGAINSTTHEROPES
A39. In a tight fix ~ AGAINSTTHEROPES
A42. Thief ~ BANDIT
A42. Thief ~ BANDIT
A43. Prefix for hazard ~ HAP
A43. Prefix for "hazard" ~ HAP
A44. Make an effort to find ~ SEEK
A44. Make an effort to find ~ SEEK
A45. Shakespearean forest ~ ARDEN
A45. Shakespearean forest ~ ARDEN
A46. Cherry red ~ CERISE
A46. Cherry red ~ CERISE
A48. First wife of Jacob ~ LEAH
A48. First wife of Jacob ~ LEAH
A50. "Our ___ Will Come" ~ DAY
A50. "Our ___ Will Come" ~ DAY
A51. First name in ironmen ~ CAL
A51. First name in ironmen ~ CAL
A54. Jai ___ ~ ALAI
A54. Jai ___ ~ ALAI
A57. "___ in Boots" ~ PUSS
A57. "___ in Boots" ~ PUSS
A59. Everybody's opposite ~ NOONE
A59. Everybody's opposite ~ NOONE
A61. Pugilistic loss position ~ DOWNFORTHECOUNT
A61. Knocked out ~ DOWNFORTHECOUNT
A64. Daisy Mae's mate ~ ABNER
A64. Daisy Mae's mate ~ ABNER
A65. Early offspring ~ CAIN
A65. Early offspring ~ CAIN
A66. Teen's big date ~ PROM
A66. Teen's big date ~ PROM
A67. Sloppy ~ MESSY
A67. Sloppy ~ MESSY
A68. Tout ~ HYPE
A68. Tout ~ HYPE
A69. Eye ailment ~ STYE
A69. Eye ailment ~ STYE
D1. Full of nervous energy ~ ANTSY
D1. Fisherman's take-home ~ CATCH
D2. Lasso ~ RIATA
D2. Open-eyed ~ AWARE
D3. Out of kilter ~ ASKEW
D3. Home add-on ~ MAKER
D4. Tres ___ ~ BIEN
D4. Excised spud buds ~ EYED
D5. Keyboard key ~ ALT
D5. Museum piece, often ~ ART
D6. Reposition ~ REORIENT
D6. Reposition ~ REORIENT
D7. Cato's year ~ ANNO
D7. Cato's year ~ ANNO
D8. Kind of test ~ LITMUS
D8. Kind of test ~ LITMUS
D9. Expert ~ ACE
D9. Expert ~ ACE
D10. Tearful ~ LACHRYMOSE
D10. Tearful ~ LACHRYMOSE
D11. Reverberate ~ ECHO
D11. Reverberate ~ ECHO
D12. Cue ball target, sometimes ~ RAIL
D12. Cue ball target, sometimes ~ RAIL
D13. Bennett of song ~ TONY
D13. Bennett of song ~ TONY
D18. Jot ~ IOTA
D18. Jot ~ IOTA
D19. Males ~ HES
D19. Males ~ HES
D25. Nautical greeting ~ AVAST
D25. Nautical command ~ AVAST
D27. Mix ~ STIR
D27. Mix ~ STIR
D28. Things to follow ~ GUIDELINES
D28. Things to follow ~ GUIDELINES
D29. Spry ~ LITHE
D29. Spry ~ LITHE
D31. Meerschaum, for one ~ PIPE
D31. Meerschaum, for one ~ PIPE
D32. General Robert ~ ELEE
D32. General Robert ~ ELEE
D33. It's in a cubicle ~ DESK
D33. It's often in a cubicle ~ DESK
D34. Rum cake ~ BABA
D34. Rum cake ~ BABA
D35. Culture medium ~ AGAR
D35. Culture medium ~ AGAR
D36. Boston or Chicago, e.g. ~ BAND
D36. Group of halftime performers ~ BAND
D38. Dark brown ink ~ SEPIA
D38. Dark brown ink ~ SEPIA
D40. Baseball starters ~ NINE
D40. Baseball starters ~ NINE
D41. Burden ~ HARDSHIP
D41. Burden ~ HARDSHIP
D46. Body of Christians ~ CHURCH
D46. House of worship ~ CHURCH
D47. Coordinate ~ SYNC
D47. Coordinate ~ SYNC
D49. Mil. address ~ APO
D49. Mil. address ~ APO
D51. Word with juvenile or kangaroo ~ COURT
D51. Word with "juvenile" or "kangaroo" ~ COURT
D52. Pester ~ ANNOY
D52. Pester ~ ANNOY
D53. Volunteer's words ~ LETME
D53. Volunteer's words ~ LETME
D54. Sandler of films ~ ADAM
D54. Rodin sculpture ~ ADAM
D55. Earring spot ~ LOBE
D55. Spot for a solitaire ~ LOBE
D56. Grain beards ~ AWNS
D56. Grain beards ~ AWNS
D58. Reprieve from the governor ~ STAY
D58. Reprieve from the governor ~ STAY
D60. Klutz's utterance ~ OOPS
D60. Klutz's utterance ~ OOPS
D62. Saute ~ FRY
D62. Saute ~ FRY
D63. Compass dir. ~ ENE
D63. Compass dir. ~ ENE

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