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  • Title: "EVERYTHING TO GAIN" (OCTOBER 21, 2004)
  • Author: By Alice Walker
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  • Author: By Lucky Barrett / Timothy Parker
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A1. Bushy coif ~ AFRO
A1. Epitome of thinness ~ RAIL
A5. "One man's ___ is another man's Persian" ~ MEDE
A5. Substance ~ MEAT
A9. They're drawn in the sand ~ LINES
A9. Kind of fluid ~ WIPER
A14. Came home feet first? ~ SLID
A14. "... which ___ was irksome to me" (Shakespeare) ~ ERST
A15. This company rings a bell ~ AVON
A15. First-aid flora ~ ALOE
A16. Gay over Hiroshima ~ ENOLA
A16. Jungian feminine component ~ ANIMA
A17. It's an advantage ~ HEADSTART
A17. Certain unfair advantage ~ HEADSTART
A19. "___ Is Born" ~ ASTAR
A19. City on Great South Bay ~ ISLIP
A20. Fig. at a body shop ~ EST
A20. Scrapbook pastings ~ ANA
A21. Some crossword clues ~ PUNS
A21. Turn over the pigskin, in a way ~ PUNT
A22. You don't want to get a break doing this ~ SKIING
A22. Limb extenders ~ STILTS
A23. Salt or pepper, e.g. ~ SHAKER
A23. Source of support ~ BACKER
A25. Throbbed ~ ACHED
A25. Yearned to see a dentist ~ ACHED
A27. Some ladies of the field ~ EWES
A27. They'll give you a bleating ~ EWES
A29. Hamelin's bane ~ RODENTS
A29. Hamelin's bane ~ RODENTS
A33. Emulates a mantis ~ PRAYS
A33. Supplicates ~ PRAYS
A36. Officiate at tea ~ POUR
A36. Rain cats and dogs ~ POUR
A38. Civil wrong ~ TORT
A38. Civil injustice ~ TORT
A39. Frolic ~ ROMP
A39. Cakewalk ~ ROMP
A40. Unvoiced ~ TACIT
A40. Unvoiced ~ TACIT
A41. Cad ~ ROUE
A41. No celibate, he ~ ROUE
A42. Bogus butter ~ OLEO
A42. Bogus bar ~ OLEO
A43. Periods of note ~ ERAS
A43. Horse-and-buggy and others ~ ERAS
A44. "Luncheon on the Grass" painter ~ MANET
A44. "The Balcony" painter ~ MANET
A45. Detection devices ~ SENSORS
A45. They feel for you ~ SENSORS
A47. "Layla" singer Clapton ~ ERIC
A47. Monty Python first name ~ ERIC
A49. "Ghosts" playwright ~ IBSEN
A49. "When We Dead Awaken" dramatist ~ IBSEN
A51. Umiak paddler ~ ESKIMO
A51. Type of kiss or pie ~ ESKIMO
A55. Dangerous fly ~ TSETSE
A55. Flying African menace ~ TSETSE
A58. Mansard overhang ~ EAVE
A58. Wasp's nest location, sometimes ~ EAVE
A60. Word with second, minute or hour ~ PER
A60. Divested (of) ~ RID
A61. Nostalgic tune ~ OLDIE
A61. "Rock Around the Clock," e.g. ~ OLDIE
A62. It's an advantage ~ UPPERHAND
A62. What one in control has ~ UPPERHAND
A64. Cautionary list items ~ NONOS
A64. Some etiquette rules ~ NONOS
A65. Part of a full house ~ PAIR
A65. It often leaves the yard ~ SAIL
A66. To be, to Brutus ~ ESSE
A66. In the old days ~ ONCE
A67. Extends across ~ SPANS
A67. Bridges ~ SPANS
A68. Toward the sheltered side ~ ALEE
A68. Gloomy Gus' expression ~ ALAS
A69. Peter or Ivan, e.g. ~ TSAR
A69. It may be a shore thing ~ PIER
D1. Phoenix birthplace ~ ASHES
D1. Amy Winehouse song topic ~ REHAB
D2. Spirit's antithesis ~ FLESH
D2. Sphere of competition ~ ARENA
D3. Lassoer's implement ~ RIATA
D3. "Gimpel the Fool" writer Singer ~ ISAAC
D4. Funny, but not always amusing ~ ODD
D4. Old Ford ~ LTD
D5. Ready for plucking ~ MATURE
D5. Full-grown ~ MATURE
D6. ___ Picone of fashion ~ EVAN
D6. Dash of panache ~ ELAN
D7. Backs, anatomically ~ DORSA
D7. Place for a valve ~ AORTA
D8. Fangorn Forest dweller ~ ENT
D8. Military offensive of 1968 ~ TET
D9. Let out a secret ~ LEAKED
D9. Stood by ~ WAITED
D10. It provides an advantage ~ INSIDETRACK
D10. Good place to be in racing ~ INSIDETRACK
D11. Reply to the Little Red Hen ~ NOTI
D11. Person who's hard to take ~ PILL
D12. Vivacity ~ ELAN
D12. Throw off, as light ~ EMIT
D13. Legendary puppeteer Tony ~ SARG
D13. Uses the knocker ~ RAPS
D18. Ejects, volcano-style ~ SPEWS
D18. Expels ~ SPEWS
D22. Bad way to be caught ~ SHORT
D22. Stature-deprived ~ SHORT
D24. It provides an advantage ~ KEYPOSITION
D24. Advantageous place ~ KEYPOSITION
D26. Jerry Maguire portrayer ~ CRUISE
D26. Carnival ride? ~ CRUISE
D28. Meager ~ SPARSE
D28. Hardly dense ~ SPARSE
D30. It precedes one ~ NOON
D30. When shadows are short ~ NOON
D31. Irrefutable ~ TRUE
D31. Shade of blue? ~ TRUE
D32. Proofer's never-mind ~ STET
D32. Proofer's nevermind ~ STET
D33. They're all for it ~ PROS
D33. Members of the PGA ~ PROS
D34. Hollywood handout ~ ROLE
D34. 007, for some ~ ROLE
D35. Parishioner's shout ~ AMEN
D35. Sherman Hemsley series ~ AMEN
D37. South American tuber ~ OCA
D37. Andes tuber ~ OCA
D40. To-the-point ~ TERSE
D40. Compendious ~ TERSE
D44. Penny-pincher ~ MISER
D44. No gleeful giver, he ~ MISER
D46. Worry persistently ~ OBSESS
D46. Become preoccupied ~ OBSESS
D48. Midnight messenger ~ REVERE
D48. Whoops it up ~ REVELS
D50. View from Everest ~ NEPAL
D50. Asian country ~ NEPAL
D52. "None for me, thanks" ~ IPASS
D52. Kerman man ~ IRANI
D53. High-IQ club ~ MENSA
D53. Temper, as words ~ MINCE
D54. Group of monks ~ ORDER
D54. More anomalous ~ ODDER
D55. Cargo measures ~ TONS
D55. Units used to measure carloads ~ TONS
D56. Hog chow ~ SLOP
D56. Gruel, e.g. ~ SLOP
D57. Bart's teacher ~ EDNA
D57. Bart's teacher ~ EDNA
D59. "... blackbirds, baked in ___" ~ APIE
D59. Capital of Samoa ~ APIA
D62. "___ Lazy River" ~ UPA
D62. "Give ___ break!" ~ USA
D63. ___ up (agitated) ~ HET
D63. Progress by leaps and bounds? ~ HOP

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