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  • Title: "READY FOR THE WEDDING" (JUNE 10, 2000)
  • Author: By Holden Baker
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  • Title: WEDDING PREPARATION
  • Author: By Ashton Fleer / Timothy Parker
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A1. Mr. T's outfit? ~ ATEAM
A1. Mr. T's outfit? ~ ATEAM
A6. Aquatic organism ~ ALGA
A6. With 52-Down, one of the Society Islands ~ BORA
A10. 1978 Bujold film ~ COMA
A10. Whoever's in it is out of it ~ COMA
A14. _____ Park, Edison's lab site ~ MENLO
A14. ___ Park, Edison's lab site ~ MENLO
A15. Brummell, for one ~ BEAU
A15. Moises of baseball ~ ALOU
A16. Passing announcement ~ OBIT
A16. Short life story ~ OBIT
A17. Sends via the USPS ~ MAILS
A17. Sends via the USPS ~ MAILS
A18. One of the Mavericks ~ BART
A18. He wrote "The Rosary in Rhyme" ~ TABB
A19. Yankees pitcher David ~ CONE
A19. Geometric figure ~ CONE
A20. Traditional song, lyrics by Samuel Woodworth ~ OLDOAKENBUCKET
A20. Traditional song by Samuel Woodworth ~ OLDOAKENBUCKET
A23. Come out on top ~ WIN
A23. Come out on top ~ WIN
A24. Marne Mrs. ~ MME
A24. Caviar ~ ROE
A25. Headquarters on the Thames embankment ~ NEWSCOTLANDYARD
A25. London attraction ~ NEWSCOTLANDYARD
A34. DiFranco of folk ~ ANI
A34. Here, in Acapulco ~ ACA
A35. Really good purchase ~ STEAL
A35. Bargain for a burglar? ~ STEAL
A36. Help a forgetful actor ~ RECUE
A36. Angler of morays ~ EELER
A37. Road shoulder ~ BERM
A37. Portend ~ BODE
A39. Stats for a closer ~ SAVES
A39. Keeps a nest egg ~ SAVES
A41. "Jurassic Park" star ~ DERN
A41. Comedian Carvey of "Wayne's World" ~ DANA
A42. Some black and white snacks ~ OREOS
A42. NBA superstar Shaquille ~ ONEAL
A44. Word with truth or blood ~ SERUM
A44. Truth ___ (hypnotic drug) ~ SERUM
A46. _____ in rooster ~ RAS
A46. It works according to scale ~ MAP
A47. Action that may cause future problems ~ BORROWEDTROUBLE
A47. Risked future harm ~ BORROWEDTROUBLE
A50. Three, Italian-style ~ TRE
A50. Mrs., abroad ~ MME
A51. User of 1 Down ~ GUN
A51. Battle scene prop ~ GUN
A52. Carl Perkins hit, 1956 ~ BLUESUEDESHOES
A52. Elvis hit song ~ BLUESUEDESHOES
A60. Type of bag ~ FLEA
A60. Cow hand? ~ HOOF
A61. Joint with a cap ~ KNEE
A61. Phone button below the 7 ~ STAR
A62. Dover fish ~ SOLES
A62. Shoe features ~ SOLES
A63. Unrestrained laughter ~ ROAR
A63. Steffi of tennis ~ GRAF
A64. Cleese colleague ~ IDLE
A64. Catch ___ (start to get) ~ ONTO
A65. "A Cooking Egg" poet ~ ELIOT
A65. Poet T.S. ~ ELIOT
A66. Off-kilter ~ AWRY
A66. Scottish caps ~ TAMS
A67. Mix (up) a salad ~ TOSS
A67. Tide classification ~ NEAP
A68. Lip-___ (mouths the words) ~ SYNCS
A68. Lip-___ (mouths the words) ~ SYNCS
D1. Bullets, shells, etc. ~ AMMO
D1. Bullets, shells, etc. ~ AMMO
D2. Greenish blue ~ TEAL
D2. Freshwater duck ~ TEAL
D3. Oklahoma city or writer Bagnold ~ ENID
D3. Oklahoma city or writer Bagnold ~ ENID
D4. Permits ~ ALLOWS
D4. Permits ~ ALLOWS
D5. Designs of colored glass ~ MOSAICS
D5. Designs of colored glass ~ MOSAICS
D6. Singer Lane ~ ABBE
D6. Restrain ~ BATE
D7. Jack Sprat's choice ~ LEAN
D7. "The Good Earth" heroine ~ OLAN
D8. Clothing ~ GARB
D8. President Johnson's son-in-law ~ ROBB
D9. "To _____" (John Keats) ~ AUTUMN
D9. Reddish-brown hair color ~ AUBURN
D10. Off-kilter ~ COCKEYED
D10. Off-kilter ~ COCKEYED
D11. Clarinet's cousin ~ OBOE
D11. Slender woodwind ~ OBOE
D12. Plant for a julep ~ MINT
D12. Julep ingredient ~ MINT
D13. Dined out ~ ATE
D13. Dined ~ ATE
D21. Certain speed units ~ KNOTS
D21. Granny and clove, e.g. ~ KNOTS
D22. USN rank ~ CMDR
D22. "Bar" or "airport" follower ~ CODE
D25. Wealthy, powerful person ~ NABOB
D25. Wealthy one ~ NABOB
D26. Año beginner ~ ENERO
D26. ___ Lodge (Motel 6 competitor) ~ ECONO
D27. Electrician, at times ~ WIRER
D27. Stork or crane ~ WADER
D28. Pick on ~ TEASE
D28. Pick on ~ TEASE
D29. Used soap and water ~ LAVED
D29. Used soap and water ~ LAVED
D30. Watchful and ready ~ ALERT
D30. On one's toes ~ ALERT
D31. Lip-puckering ~ ACERB
D31. As gentle as ___ ~ ALAMB
D32. Countrified ~ RURAL
D32. Pertaining to the kidneys ~ RENAL
D33. Not too bright ~ DENSE
D33. Hang (over) ~ DRAPE
D38. Bill Paxton horror film of 1984 ~ MORTUARY
D38. Protectors in cold weather ~ EARMUFFS
D40. Sudden flow, as of water ~ SURGE
D40. Sudden flow, as of water ~ SURGE
D43. Aching ~ SORE
D43. Capital of Togo ~ LOME
D45. Rich desserts ~ MOUSSES
D45. Some creamy desserts ~ MOUSSES
D48. Waistcoat ~ WESKIT
D48. Big name in oil ~ WESSON
D49. Not at all sacred ~ UNHOLY
D49. Not at all sacred ~ UNHOLY
D52. What the wind doth ~ BLOW
D52. See 6-Across ~ BORA
D53. Private jet type ~ LEAR
D53. Gardening soil ~ LOAM
D54. Bring to ruin ~ UNDO
D54. ___ Reader (eclectic magazine) ~ UTNE
D55. Sniggler's catches ~ EELS
D55. "I could ___ horse!" ~ EATA
D56. Middle's middle ~ DEES
D56. Place to leave a ransom payment ~ DROP
D57. "Romeo Is Bleeding" actress ~ OLIN
D57. Lena or Ken of movies ~ OLIN
D58. Former org. of Clarence Thomas ~ EEOC
D58. Fed. agency created by the Civil Rights Act ~ EEOC
D59. Air France fliers ~ SSTS
D59. Grounded Air France fliers, briefly ~ SSTS
D60. Title for a friar ~ FRA
D60. Info taken in a Dr.'s office ~ HGT

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