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  • Title: "Avert Your Eyes, Please!" (MAY 07, 2002)
  • Author: By Harvey Estes
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  • Title: SOMETHING'S MISSING
  • Author: By Joyce Upton / Timothy Parker
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A1. Worked one's fingers to the bone ~ SLAVED
A1. Informal international agreement ~ ACCORD
A7. Situations of exploitation ~ RIPOFFS
A7. Exploitative situations ~ RIPOFFS
A14. Enters the car as a group ~ PILESIN
A14. A radius is part of it ~ FOREARM
A16. Peculiar situation ~ ANOMALY
A16. Peculiar situation ~ ANOMALY
A17. Asian body of water ~ ARALSEA
A17. Builds a fire under ~ AROUSES
A18. Be a poor winner, perhaps ~ RUBITIN
A18. Be a very poor winner ~ RUBITIN
A19. Crunchy, healthy snacks ~ RAWVEGGIES
A19. Healthy snacks ~ RAWVEGGIES
A21. Huxtable son ~ THEO
A21. Huxtable boy ~ THEO
A22. Brian of ambient music ~ ENO
A22. Web feed letters ~ RSS
A23. One who cannot DH ~ NLER
A23. One who cannot be a DH ~ NLER
A25. Hall or Byrnes ~ EDD
A25. Hall or Byrnes ~ EDD
A26. Almanac entry ~ FACT
A26. You might make it up ~ FACE
A29. Pig's digs ~ STY
A29. Pig's digs ~ STY
A30. Mt. Carmel locale (Abbr.) ~ ISR
A30. Ending for "cash" or "front" ~ IER
A32. ___-de-France ~ ILE
A32. ___-de-France ~ ILE
A33. "This is bad!" ~ UHOH
A33. "This is bad!" ~ UHOH
A35. First name in whodunits ~ AGATHA
A35. Christie of mysteries ~ AGATHA
A38. Basic needs ~ BARENECESSITIES
A38. Basic needs ~ BARENECESSITIES
A41. Doc's companion ~ SNEEZY
A41. Doc's companion ~ SNEEZY
A42. Possibly beyond recharging ~ DEAD
A42. In need of recharging ~ DEAD
A43. Mohawk-sporting actor ~ MRT
A43. Mohawk-sporting actor ~ MRT
A44. Will Smith title role ~ ALI
A44. Will Smith title role ~ ALI
A45. Bellum antithesis ~ PAX
A45. ___ Romana ~ PAX
A46. Cancun coin ~ PESO
A46. Cancun coin ~ PESO
A47. Prefix with function ~ MAL
A47. Adjusted beginning? ~ MAL
A49. "I'm happy" in Siamese? ~ PURR
A49. Sound of a fine-tuned engine ~ PURR
A51. Rose-rose connector ~ ISA
A51. Rose-rose connector ~ ISA
A53. "Why, _____ delighted!" ~ IDBE
A53. "Why, ___ delighted!" ~ IDBE
A55. Unvarnished reality ~ NAKEDTRUTH
A55. Unvarnished reality ~ NAKEDTRUTH
A60. Nut case? ~ TOOLKIT
A60. Nut case? ~ TOOLKIT
A62. Hot beverage carrier ~ TEATRAY
A62. Hot beverage carrier ~ TEATRAY
A63. "Stuart Little" author ~ EBWHITE
A63. "Stuart Little" author ~ EBWHITE
A64. Prepares for a rainy day? ~ SAVESUP
A64. Prepares for a rainy day ~ SAVESUP
A65. Put in new shelf paper, e.g. ~ RELINED
A65. Like some old coats or cabinets ~ RELINED
A66. Unperturbed ~ SEDATE
A66. Unperturbed ~ SEDATE
D1. Boom or box ~ SPAR
D1. At quite a distance ~ AFAR
D2. Old money in Milan ~ LIRA
D2. "The Postman Always Rings Twice" wife ~ CORA
D3. What there oughta be ~ ALAW
D3. Cornfield concern ~ CROW
D4. "National _____" (Elizabeth Taylor film) ~ VELVET
D4. Body of work ~ OEUVRE
D5. Ruhr Valley city ~ ESSEN
D5. Demolishes, in Devon ~ RASES
D6. Mexican painter Rivera ~ DIEGO
D6. Barrel scrapings ~ DREGS
D7. Seldom ~ RARELY
D7. Seldom ~ RARELY
D8. Not available ~ INUSE
D8. Lavatory sign ~ INUSE
D9. Postal abbr. ~ POB
D9. Envelope abbr., sometimes ~ POB
D10. Pass over ~ OMIT
D10. Leave out ~ OMIT
D11. Man with a scythe ~ FATHERTIME
D11. Year-end figure ~ FATHERTIME
D12. Failed to get a hit, in a way (with "out") ~ FLIED
D12. Failed to get a hit, in a way (with "out") ~ FLIED
D13. Ecclesiastical council ~ SYNOD
D13. Ecclesiastical council ~ SYNOD
D15. Henpeck ~ NAG
D15. "No ___" (Chinese-restaurant sign) ~ MSG
D20. Uninformed ~ INTHEDARK
D20. Uninformed ~ INTHEDARK
D24. Hardly pliant ~ RIGID
D24. Unbending ~ RIGID
D26. Whopper juniors? ~ FIBS
D26. Whopper juniors? ~ FIBS
D27. "Chattahoochee" singer Jackson ~ ALAN
D27. Space pioneer Shepard ~ ALAN
D28. Postseason game for flakes? ~ CEREALBOWL
D28. Place for flakes ~ CEREALBOWL
D29. Part of A.S.P.C.A. ~ SOC
D29. Pt. of SPCA ~ SOC
D31. Emulated Miss Muffet ~ SAT
D31. Take in take-out ~ EAT
D33. Open, as a jacket ~ UNZIP
D33. Open, as a jacket ~ UNZIP
D34. "Watch it, buster!" ~ HEY
D34. "Watch it, buster!" ~ HEY
D35. "My Life _____ Dog" ~ ASA
D35. Quiet ___ mouse ~ ASA
D36. Towel designation ~ HERS
D36. Towel designation ~ HERS
D37. Regarding ~ ASTO
D37. Regarding ~ ASTO
D39. Conger ~ EEL
D39. Conger ~ EEL
D40. Gender ~ SEX
D40. Gender ~ SEX
D45. Went on and on ~ PRATED
D45. Went on and on ~ PRATED
D46. Hit the road ~ PARTED
D46. Split hairs? ~ PARTED
D47. Kind of joint, in carpentry ~ MITER
D47. Kind of joint, in carpentry ~ MITER
D48. Baked brick building ~ ADOBE
D48. Hacienda brick ~ ADOBE
D50. Join forces ~ UNITE
D50. Join forces ~ UNITE
D51. Think tank output ~ IDEAS
D51. Think tank output ~ IDEAS
D52. Barrel piece ~ STAVE
D52. Barrel piece ~ STAVE
D54. K-12 ~ ELHI
D54. K-12 ~ ELHI
D56. UFO crew ~ ETS
D56. UFO crew ~ ETS
D57. Bear up there? ~ URSA
D57. Bear up there? ~ URSA
D58. Lacking play ~ TAUT
D58. Lacking play ~ TAUT
D59. Promo overkill ~ HYPE
D59. Promo overkill ~ HYPE
D61. Flesh and blood ~ KIN
D61. Flesh and blood ~ KIN

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