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  • Title: July 29, 1997 - "Nuts"
  • Author: By Martin Ashwood-Smith
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  • Title: "LOONEY TUNES" (FEBRUARY 22, 2003)
  • Author: By Ed Early
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  • Title: OFF THE WALL
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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A1. "Inferno" poet ~ DANTE
A1. Book copier of old ~ SCRIBE
A1. It's blue, in song ~ DANUBE
A6. Lost a lap? ~ STOOD
A7. Poet laureate Nicholas ~ ROWE
A7. British poet laureate Nicholas ~ ROWE
A11. Letterman's network ~ CBS
A11. Numbers person ~ CPA
A11. Numbers person, briefly ~ CPA
A14. Even-handed ~ EQUAL
A14. Where gladiators performed ~ ARENAS
A14. Old Greek malls ~ AGORAS
A15. Hawaiian island ~ LANAI
A15. Bank offerings, for short ~ IRAS
A15. Bank offerings, for short ~ IRAS
A16. "Norma ___" (Sally Field movie) ~ RAE
A16. Was published ~ RAN
A16. Was published ~ RAN
A17. Where to find "Peanuts" ~ FUNNYPAPERS
A17. Read them and giggle ~ FUNNYPAPERS
A17. They're good for a giggle ~ FUNNYPAPERS
A19. Go gray ~ AGE
A19. Op or pop ~ ART
A19. Focus of some exhibits ~ ART
A20. Astronaut's drink ~ TANG
A20. Abbr. after a telephone number ~ EXT
A20. Item with a concave top ~ TEE
A21. Bar orders ~ RYES
A21. Finish finish? ~ LINE
A21. Company's wares ~ LINE
A22. Initiated, frat-style ~ HAZED
A22. Japanese battle cry in WWII ~ BANZAI
A22. Japanese battle cry in WWII ~ BANZAI
A24. Bigger than med. ~ LGE
A24. Kind of organ ~ REED
A24. Kind of organ ~ REED
A26. In an agile way ~ SPRYLY
A25. ___-night (unscrupulous) ~ FLYBY
A25. ___-night (unscrupulous) ~ FLYBY
A27. Horton's creator ~ DRSEUSS
A26. Hero of a Virgil epic ~ AENEAS
A26. Hero of a Virgil epic ~ AENEAS
A31. Strip of mowed grass ~ SWATH
A29. Word with knee or riding ~ BREECHES
A29. Word with "knee" or "riding" ~ BREECHES
A32. French affirmative ~ OUI
A32. Rough-mannered ~ GRUFF
A32. Rough-mannered ~ GRUFF
A33. Nervousness ~ TENSION
A33. TV pioneer, John Logie _____ ~ BAIRD
A33. Television innovator John ~ BAIRD
A35. See red? ~ OWE
A34. Touted sort of bran ~ OAT
A34. Nose bag nibble ~ OAT
A38. Building wing ~ ELL
A35. "Gilligan's Island" constructions ~ HUTS
A35. "Gilligan's Island" constructions ~ HUTS
A39. Gunpowder ingredient ~ NITER
A36. Teaspoonfuls, sometimes ~ DOSES
A36. Teaspoonfuls, sometimes ~ DOSES
A40. Movie critic Reed ~ REX
A37. Jason's boat ~ ARGO
A37. Jason's boat ~ ARGO
A41. Aunt or uncle (abbr.) ~ REL
A38. Suitable to the occasion ~ APT
A38. Suitable to the occasion ~ APT
A42. Shows up ~ ATTENDS
A39. Jockey's wear ~ SILKS
A39. Derby wear ~ SILKS
A44. Hurricane heading ~ SSE
A40. One deep in thought ~ MUSER
A40. Contemplative one ~ MUSER
A45. "Uh-oh" ~ YIPES
A41. Some beauty parlor employees ~ STYLISTS
A41. Some beauty parlor employees ~ STYLISTS
A47. Programs within programs ~ APPLETS
A43. Napoleon locale ~ BAKERY
A43. Napoleon locale ~ BAKERY
A49. Traverse the tulips? ~ TIPTOE
A44. Office subs ~ TEMPS
A44. Some agcy. employees ~ TEMPS
A51. Caustic stuff ~ LYE
A45. Is repentant ~ RUES
A45. Is repentant ~ RUES
A52. Run-of-the-mill ~ USUAL
A46. You'll get a face full of it on a cruise ~ SEAAIR
A46. Sailor's lungful ~ SEAAIR
A53. It may be stored in bits and bytes ~ DATA
A48. Billions of years, geologically ~ EONS
A48. A billion years, geologically ~ EONS
A56. Festive occasion ~ GALA
A49. Petal-plucker's word ~ SHE
A49. Petal-plucker's word ~ SHE
A60. Summer clock setting (abbr.) ~ DST
A52. "Deck the Halls" words ~ LAS
A52. "Deck the Halls" words ~ LAS
A61. Warner Brothers creation ~ LOONEYTUNES
A53. Partner of Merrie Melodies ~ LOONEYTUNES
A53. Warner Bros. creation ~ LOONEYTUNES
A64. Unfashionable ~ OUT
A56. Biblical verb ending ~ EST
A56. Biblical verb ending ~ EST
A65. Seeps ~ OOZES
A57. Tel _____ ~ AVIV
A57. Tel ___ ~ AVIV
A66. Muscat native ~ OMANI
A58. Adversaries in Risk ~ ARMIES
A58. Adversaries in Risk ~ ARMIES
A67. Actor Fernando ~ REY
A59. Litmus, essentially ~ DYE
A59. Litmus, essentially ~ DYE
A68. Ejects ~ SPEWS
A60. Count (on) ~ RELY
A60. Count (on) ~ RELY
A69. Austin's place ~ TEXAS
A61. Bottle cap? ~ NIPPLE
A61. Bottle cap? ~ NIPPLE
D1. Skillful ~ DEFT
D1. Sound's partner ~ SAFE
D1. Round the bend ~ DAFT
D2. Water color ~ AQUA
D2. Vital point ~ CRUX
D2. Cause of some shaking ~ AGUE
D3. Ex-senator Sam from Georgia ~ NUNN
D3. Popular Broadway musical ~ RENT
D3. What Old Mother Hubbard's dog had ~ NONE
D4. Lock horns ~ TANGLE
D4. Quaint hotel ~ INN
D4. Cinerary vessel ~ URN
D5. A TV Tarzan ~ ELY
D5. Cookery seasoning ~ BAYLEAF
D5. Seasoning from the laurel tree ~ BAYLEAF
D6. Make a killing ~ SLAY
D6. Catches sight of ~ ESPIES
D6. Detects ~ ESPIES
D7. It's made to measure ~ TAPE
D7. Opportune ~ RIPE
D7. Entirely edible ~ RIPE
D8. Wallet fillers ~ ONES
D8. Assayer's specimen ~ ORE
D8. Assayer's specimen ~ ORE
D9. Thole adjunct ~ OAR
D9. Singing birds ~ WARBLERS
D9. Singing birds ~ WARBLERS
D10. ___ hands (washing woe) ~ DISHPAN
D10. Put to the test ~ ESSAYED
D10. Gave it the old college try? ~ ESSAYED
D11. Neil Young's old band ~ CRAZYHORSE
D11. Revered Sioux chief ~ CRAZYHORSE
D11. Revered Sioux chief ~ CRAZYHORSE
D12. Lox accompanier ~ BAGEL
D12. Legal lead-in ~ PARA
D12. Legal lead-in ~ PARA
D13. Run-down ~ SEEDY
D13. Start to freeze ~ ANTI
D13. Nay-saying ~ ANTI
D18. Recipient ~ PRESENTEE
D18. "Tea _____ Sympathy" ~ AND
D18. Companions' separator ~ AND
D23. Op or Deco ~ ART
D23. Seinfeld network ~ NBC
D23. Seinfeld's old network ~ NBC
D25. Kind of reaction ~ GUT
D24. Arbiters of plays ~ REFS
D24. Arbiters of plays ~ REFS
D26. Fencing ~ SWORDPLAY
D25. Sautes ~ FRIES
D25. Part of a Happy Meal ~ FRIES
D27. Active one ~ DOER
D26. Turkish military leaders ~ AGHAS
D26. Turkish military leaders (Var.) ~ AGHAS
D28. It's made to measure ~ RULE
D27. Explode ~ ERUPT
D27. Give vent to anger ~ ERUPT
D29. Toy that comes in an egg ~ SILLYPUTTY
D28. Peanut brittle has it ~ NUTTYTASTE
D28. Feature of a PayDay ~ NUTTYTASTE
D30. Peevish states ~ SNITS
D29. Soaks up the sun ~ BASKS
D29. Catches some rays ~ BASKS
D31. City in Tuscany ~ SIENA
D30. Like a beaver ~ EAGER
D30. Rarin' to go ~ EAGER
D34. Sault ___ Marie ~ STE
D31. News feature ~ STORY
D31. Distance covered by a flight? ~ STORY
D36. Bridge seat ~ WEST
D33. Frankenstein monster features ~ BOLTS
D33. Frankenstein's monster features ~ BOLTS
D37. Former mates ~ EXES
D36. Refute ~ DISPROVE
D36. Refute ~ DISPROVE
D42. Moon missions ~ APOLLOS
D37. Web-footed diving birds ~ AUKS
D37. Web-footed diving birds ~ AUKS
D43. Mole ~ SPY
D39. Alike ~ SIMILAR
D39. Alike ~ SIMILAR
D46. Suffix with señor ~ ITA
D40. Toscanini and Iturbi ~ MAESTRI
D40. Toscanini and Iturbi, for two ~ MAESTRI
D48. Pea, for one ~ LEGUME
D42. This may be turned into a golf course ~ LEA
D42. Rustic locale ~ LEA
D49. Henry VIII's house ~ TUDOR
D43. He had a blue ox ~ BUNYAN
D43. He had a blue ox ~ BUNYAN
D50. "Time" piece? ~ ISSUE
D45. Lobster eggs ~ ROE
D45. Lobster eggs ~ ROE
D53. Nod off ~ DOZE
D46. Luge, for one ~ SLED
D46. Luge, for one ~ SLED
D54. From the top ~ ANEW
D47. Crossword category ~ EASY
D47. Crossword category ~ EASY
D55. Hardy girl ~ TESS
D48. Object of desire? ~ ENVY
D48. Object of desire? ~ ENVY
D57. Have ___ to grind ~ ANAX
D49. Scissors cut ~ SNIP
D49. Scissors cut ~ SNIP
D58. Actress Olin ~ LENA
D50. Callous cad ~ HEEL
D50. Callous cad ~ HEEL
D59. Sale condition ~ ASIS
D51. Latin for "to be" ~ ESSE
D51. Latin for "to be" ~ ESSE
D62. Alley ___ ~ OOP
D54. Change it regularly ~ OIL
D54. It should be changed regularly ~ OIL
D63. Add up ~ TOT
D55. He keeps a clean plate ~ UMP
D55. He keeps a clean plate ~ UMP

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