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  • Title: New York Times, Friday, October 3, 1986
  • Author: Lois Sidway
  • Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, November 24, 1997
  • Author: Alex K. Justin
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: 8/5/99 ASSUME THE POSITION
  • Author: by Fred Piscop, edited by Stanley Newman
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  • Title: GOING DOWN
  • Author: By Lucky Barrett / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: GOING DOWN
  • Author: By Candice Wolfe / Timothy Parker
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A1. Altar's milieu ~ APSE
A1. Catches in the act ~ NABS
A1. Dreadlocked one, for short ~ RASTA
A1. Water source ~ LAKE
A1. Flippant ~ GLIB
A5. Director's call ~ ACTION
A5. Composer Franz ~ LEHAR
A6. Butter servings ~ PATS
A5. Choir recess ~ APSE
A5. Bergen or Burroughs ~ EDGAR
A11. Agt.'s take ~ PCT
A10. R.N.'s "touch" ~ TLC
A10. Duffer's headache ~ TRAP
A9. At the stern ~ ABAFT
A10. "'Tis a pity!" ~ ALAS
A14. Stuff to the gills ~ SATE
A13. Singer Guthrie ~ ARLO
A14. Sweater synthetic ~ ORLON
A14. On the sheltered side ~ ALEE
A14. Radiant glow ~ AURA
A15. Gale Storm role on TV ~ MARGIE
A14. Kind of daisy ~ OXEYE
A15. Cut and paste ~ EDIT
A15. "Jail" or "pot" lead-in ~ GOTO
A15. He hatched a piglet ~ MILNE
A16. Guido's high note ~ ELA
A15. Where the Mets play ~ SHEA
A16. Verdi heroine ~ AIDA
A16. Contrite ~ SORRY
A16. Bagel shop ~ DELI
A17. Shirley Temple film: 1934 ~ STANDUPANDCHEER
A16. 1934 Shirley Temple musical ~ STANDUPANDCHEER
A17. Olmos film of '87 ~ STANDANDDELIVER
A17. Reward a touchdown, e.g. ~ STANDUPANDCHEER
A17. Respond to an electrifying play, perhaps ~ STANDUPANDCHEER
A20. Partake of ~ EAT
A19. Volcano spew ~ ASH
A20. Toward the rear ~ ASTERN
A20. Holm of "Chariots of Fire" ~ IAN
A20. Redhead's secret ~ HENNA
A21. Tropical tree resin ~ ELEMI
A20. Protest that gets out of hand ~ RIOT
A21. Orpheus' instrument ~ LYRE
A21. Site of a shipwreck, perhaps ~ REEF
A21. Flirts not in skirts ~ MASHERS
A22. Jeweler's measure of fineness ~ KARAT
A21. Bizarre ~ OUTRE
A22. Actor Wallach ~ ELI
A22. Supply with oxygen ~ AERATE
A22. Card game using sevens through aces ~ SKAT
A23. Gorgeous creature ~ STUNNER
A22. Striped fish ~ BASS
A23. Singer Della ~ REESE
A23. Swing Era drummer ~ KRUPA
A25. "Aloha" accompaniments ~ LEIS
A25. Mosaic tile ~ TESSERA
A23. Uses to achieve later success ~ PARLAYS
A25. City on the Loire ~ NANTES
A25. Citizen of Helsinki ~ FINN
A26. Breakfast companion? ~ BED
A27. A thermoplastic ~ SARAN
A25. Infuriate ~ ENRAGE
A27. Telly network ~ BBC
A27. Soldier's necessity, briefly ~ AMMO
A29. Longfellow's king ~ OLAF
A28. Rotisserie rod ~ SPIT
A28. Place to get all steamed up ~ SAUNA
A30. Band booster ~ AMP
A30. Radar antenna housings ~ RADOMES
A31. Inner selves ~ ANIMAS
A30. Ivan or Alexander ~ TSAR
A29. Hideaway ~ LAIR
A31. Fine-tune ~ HONE
A35. Related by blood ~ AKIN
A35. "I am the greatest" proclaimer ~ ALI
A31. Popular toy trucks, for short ~ SEMIS
A30. Mode ~ STYLE
A32. Met solo ~ ARIA
A38. Approximately ~ ORSO
A36. Serbian-born physicist Nikola ~ TESLA
A33. Cry of delight ~ OOH
A31. President Lincoln ~ ABE
A34. Letter after theta ~ IOTA
A40. Escape ~ EVADE
A38. Lead-in for "president" ~ VICE
A34. Curvaceous feminine suffix ~ ESS
A34. Take time out ~ SITBACKANDRELAX
A36. Weasel out of ~ EVADE
A41. Phrase of hospitality ~ SITDOWNANDRELAX
A39. One way to unwind ~ SITBACKANDRELAX
A35. Audit a course ~ SITINON
A38. Hearty mugful ~ ALE
A40. Take five ~ SITBACKANDRELAX
A44. Starters, in sports ~ ATEAM
A43. 9th Greek letter ~ IOTA
A38. Matter; instance: Fr. ~ CAS
A39. Batter's position ~ PLATE
A43. Use finger paint ~ SMEAR
A45. Sunday utterance ~ AMEN
A44. Commandments mount ~ SINAI
A41. Negative prefix ~ NON
A40. Battering wind ~ GALE
A44. MacDonald's partner ~ EDDY
A46. Covered with hoarfrost, e.g. ~ RIMY
A45. "... ___ he rode out of sight" ~ ERE
A42. Latin dance ~ SAMBA
A41. Mailman's beat ~ ROUTE
A45. Lacking couth ~ RUDE
A47. Hang in there ~ PERSIST
A46. Baby birds? ~ STORKS
A46. Ubiquitous TV series ~ MASH
A42. Plant reproductive bodies ~ SPORES
A46. Connections ~ TIES
A49. Bust ~ RAID
A49. "The Cosby Show" kid ~ RUDY
A47. Japanese wooden clog ~ GETA
A44. One just let out of jail ~ PAROLEE
A48. Always, poetically ~ EER
A51. Puck's occupation ~ CHEF
A50. Get ___ of (discard) ~ RID
A49. Singing Nellie ~ MELBA
A47. Couples ~ DUOS
A50. More: Sp. ~ MAS
A53. One sans permanent address ~ NOMAD
A51. Enter a Pillsbury contest ~ BAKE
A51. Cut into ~ INCISED
A48. Perfect ~ IDEAL
A51. Solidarity name ~ WALESA
A57. Honor for a footballer ~ ALLPRO
A53. "Half a ___ is better than none" ~ LOAF
A53. Developing little by little ~ GRADUAL
A49. Bushels ~ GOBS
A54. Polar drudges ~ ELVES
A61. Of churchgoers ~ LAIC
A55. Mass communications? ~ PRAYERS
A55. Throat bane, for short ~ STREP
A50. "So that's what you meant!" ~ AHA
A56. "Exodus" character ~ ARI
A64. Exist ~ ARE
A58. "C.S.I.," e.g. ~ DRAMA
A56. Atka native ~ ALEUT
A53. Goldbrick ~ LIEDOWNONTHEJOB
A57. British streetcar ~ TRAM
A65. Emulate a slacker ~ LIEDOWNONTHEJOB
A62. Goldbrick ~ LIEDOWNONTHEJOB
A58. Yalie ~ ELI
A57. Not so much ~ LESS
A59. "All the world's __" ~ ASTAGE
A68. "He was a bold man that first ___ oyster" (Swift) ~ EATAN
A65. "Hang ___ your hats" ~ ONTO
A59. Goof off at the office ~ LIEDOWNONTHEJOB
A58. Kareem ___-Jabbar ~ ABDUL
A63. Shirk one's responsibilities ~ LIEDOWNONTHEJOB
A69. Tibia, for one ~ BONE
A66. Bedding down? ~ EIDER
A62. Alfonso's queen ~ ENA
A59. Back of the neck ~ NAPE
A66. Toy-block brand ~ LEGO
A70. Broadway stinkeroo ~ BOMB
A67. Chip's chum ~ DALE
A63. Change a cryptogram ~ RECODE
A60. Take to court ~ SUE
A67. Division word ~ INTO
A71. 144 ~ GROSS
A68. "Bill & ___ Excellent Adventure" ~ TEDS
A64. New Delhi princess ~ RANI
A61. Social position ~ CASTE
A68. How some popcorn is popped ~ INAIR
A72. Last-minute academic activity ~ CRAM
A69. Done preparing ~ READY
A65. Stop up ~ DAM
A62. Mandated safety sign ~ EXIT
A69. Overwhelmed with humor ~ SLEW
A73. Donkey's sound ~ BRAY
A70. Cuts from the staff ~ AXES
A66. Nickname for Stan Musial ~ THEMAN
D1. Mars Pathfinder launcher ~ NASA
A70. Theater ending ~ GOER
D1. Type of eye surgery ~ LASIK
D1. Bad cut ~ GASH
A67. Votes in favor ~ AYES
D2. Partner of crafts ~ ARTS
A71. __ Alegre, Brazil ~ PORTO
D2. Site for some rites ~ ALTAR
D2. Baroque instrument ~ LUTE
D1. Evaluate ~ ASSESS
D3. Ho-hum ~ BLAH
D1. Sub __ (secretly) ~ ROSA
D3. Reeves of "Speed" ~ KEANU
D3. Afghanistan neighbor ~ IRAN
D2. Spanish tubers ~ PATATAS
D4. Prodigal ___ ~ SON
D2. Crafts' partner ~ ARTS
D4. Poetic time of day ~ EEN
D4. Church notice of a marriage ~ BANNS
D3. Height ~ STATURE
D5. 1991 buddy film "Thelma & ___" ~ LOUISE
D3. Shutter strip ~ SLAT
D5. Shivering fit ~ AGUE
D5. Australian bird ~ EMU
D4. Postsundown time, to Poe ~ EEN
D6. Montréal team ~ EXPOS
D4. Copier additive ~ TONER
D6. Pontiff ~ POPE
D6. Dance flourish ~ DIP
D5. Stubborn as ___ ~ AMULE
D7. Miami team ~ HEAT
D5. "__ Doria" ~ ANDREA
D7. Type of car, nurse or sergeant ~ STAFF
D7. David Bowie genre: ___ rock ~ GLAM
D6. Pickled flower buds ~ CAPERS
D8. Writer Rand ~ AYN
D6. Cross product ~ PEN
D8. Longest time ~ EON
D8. Year's record ~ ANNAL
D7. London trolley ~ TRAM
D9. Deeply blushing ~ RED
D7. Discombobulate ~ ADDLE
D9. One rising in rank, e.g. ~ ASCENDER
D9. Ancient parting place? ~ REDSEA
D8. Combustion system ~ IGNITION
D10. Eta follower ~ THETA
D8. Shipshape ~ TIDY
D10. 1922 physics Nobelist Niels ~ BOHR
D10. It may result in a sticky situation ~ ADHESIVE
D9. Ending for aster or human ~ OID
D11. Skeptical ~ LEERY
D9. Caterer's fuel ~ STERNO
D11. Two-dimensional measurement ~ AREA
D11. Disconcerting look ~ LEER
D10. Parts of violins ~ NECKS
D12. Gives a hoot ~ CARES
D10. Mai __ ~ TAI
D12. Pace up and down ~ FRET
D12. "Andy Capp" quaffs ~ ALES
D11. Noblewoman ~ PEERESS
D15. Six-time Super Bowl coach Don ~ SHULA
D11. Fastener for Rosie ~ RIVET
D13. Old Phoenician capital ~ TYRE
D13. Hitchcock title? ~ SIR
D12. As ___ mud ~ CLEARAS
D17. Downer ~ DRAG
D12. Fred's dancing sister ~ ADELE
D18. Small amount of liquor ~ DRAM
D18. Word in two states' names ~ DAKOTA
D13. Dental calculus ~ TARTAR
D18. Safe place in the ring ~ CORNER
D13. Left Bank city ~ PARIS
D19. Comedian Carvey ~ DANA
D19. Punch target, sometimes ~ CHIN
D18. Ketcham's imp ~ DENNIS
D22. Fishhook's end ~ BARB
D18. Lacking vitality ~ ANEMIC
D24. Zoo favorites ~ PANDAS
D23. Baldwin of "The Departed" ~ ALEC
D19. Urgency ~ HASTE
D23. "Band of Gold" singer Freda ~ PAYNE
D19. Score in horseshoes ~ LEANER
D26. One with pressing duties? ~ IRONER
D24. Assigned duties ~ TASKS
D24. Hanoi's locale, to a G.I. ~ NAM
D24. "___ Lang Syne" ~ AULD
D24. Hub-rim connectors ~ SPOKES
D28. Do a landscaping chore ~ MOW
D26. Starting point ~ BASIS
D26. Guiding beliefs of a people ~ ETHOS
D25. "Born Free" lioness ~ ELSA
D26. "When pigs fly!" ~ NEVER
D29. Highly decorated ~ ORNATE
D27. "Middlemarch" author George ~ ELIOT
D29. Exact moment ~ POINT
D26. It gets hit on the head ~ NAIL
D27. Stream striper ~ BASS
D31. Go to an extreme ~ OVERDO
D28. "You can say that again" ~ DITTO
D32. Burn superficially ~ SINGE
D27. ___ of passage ~ RITE
D28. Porkpie feature ~ BRIM
D32. Landlocked African country ~ MALI
D30. Knack ~ FLAIR
D36. Ballerina's routine ~ TOEDANCE
D28. Condition ~ STATE
D29. Give a ticket to ~ CITE
D33. Red-coated cheese ~ EDAM
D32. 1,760-yard racer ~ MILER
D37. Broadway Joe ~ NAMATH
D30. Rink need ~ SKATE
D31. "Messiah" composer ~ HANDEL
D34. Fit for a pinup ~ SEXY
D33. Some mites ~ ACARI
D38. Mexican saloon ~ CANTINA
D31. Outlawed spray ~ ALAR
D33. Die down ~ ABATE
D35. Without delay, in a memo ~ ASAP
D34. Being male or female ~ SEXED
D39. "Skim milk masquerades ___": W. S. Gilbert ~ ASCREAM
D32. Cotton bundle ~ BALE
D35. Son of Abe ~ TAD
D36. Its tail flaps in the wind ~ KITE
D37. Invalidate, as a marriage ~ ANNUL
D40. Started, as a horse ~ SHIED
D33. "First Wives Club" members ~ EXES
D37. Styptic stuff ~ ALUM
D37. Anatomical passage ~ ITER
D40. West Indies vacation site ~ BARBADOS
D43. One of the grad schools ~ MED
D35. Moon-landing program ~ APOLLO
D38. Ernst's style ~ DADA
D39. Ted's role on "Cheers" ~ SAM
D41. Woodworking groove ~ DADO
D44. Royal opponent, sometimes ~ BLUEJAY
D36. Tip-off ~ CLUE
D39. Partners no more ~ EXES
D42. Some letters of the Greek alphabet ~ OMICRONS
D42. Saudi Arabian capital ~ RIYADH
D45. Ear shell ~ ABALONE
D37. Subjects of psychoanalysis ~ EGOS
D41. Noble Brit, briefly ~ ARISTO
D43. Genetic material ~ DNA
D47. It's a bout done? ~ KAYO
D46. Deluded ~ MISLED
D41. Highways and byways ~ ROADS
D42. Textile-plant container ~ DYEVAT
D48. Demonstrate ~ SHOW
D48. Barbecue stick ~ SKEWER
D48. Slate ~ AGENDA
D42. Nonobvious ~ SUBTLE
D47. Nocturnal insect ~ EARWIG
D50. Foot fraction ~ INCH
D52. "Sesame Street" character ~ ERNIE
D50. Excuses for defendants ~ ALIBIS
D43. Deluxe ~ POSH
D49. Send again ~ RESHIP
D52. Type of model ~ FLOOR
D54. "Band of Gold" singer Payne ~ FREDA
D52. Big spender ~ SPORT
D44. Multivitamins, e.g. ~ PILLS
D51. Squash-court features ~ WALLS
D54. Key designation ~ MAJOR
D55. Evergreen tree ~ PINE
D54. Bavarian measures of length ~ RUTEN
D45. Goodbye ~ ADIEU
D52. Historian Durant ~ ARIEL
D55. Kitchen enticer ~ AROMA
D56. Gen. Powell's status ~ RETD
D57. Meet one's gaze in a haze ~ LOOM
D46. Shortstop Pee Wee ~ REESE
D53. Feudal lord ~ LIEGE
D56. "You Light Up My Life" singer Boone ~ DEBBY
D57. Concession stand drink ~ SODA
D60. Lohengrin's "Alas!" ~ WEH
D47. Glazed food item ~ DONUT
D54. Chew the scenery ~ EMOTE
D57. Shake ___ (hurry) ~ ALEG
D59. Bon Ami competitor ~ AJAX
D61. Stat for Gooden ~ ERA
D49. Olympus dwellers ~ GODS
D55. Dictator's helper ~ STENO
D58. Pinocchio type ~ LIAR
D60. Tunneling pest ~ MOLE

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