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  • Title: "GET IT IN GEAR!" (NOVEMBER 06, 2003)
  • Author: By Gail Grabowski
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  • Title: GEAR HEADS
  • Author: By Hank Banks / Timothy Parker
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A1. Kind of marker ~ MAGIC
A1. Early Eurasian leaders ~ CZARS
A6. Hairy Himalayan ~ YETI
A6. Himalayan snowman of legend ~ YETI
A10. Follows a cookbook directive ~ ADDS
A10. Sailed through, as a test ~ ACED
A14. San Antonio shrine ~ ALAMO
A14. Where the eagle has landed? ~ AERIE
A15. Present-day Persia ~ IRAN
A15. Present-day Persia ~ IRAN
A16. Important thing to a golfer ~ GRIP
A16. The Bible, e.g. ~ TOME
A17. Cavorts ~ ROMPS
A17. 1890s gold rush destination ~ YUKON
A18. Monopoly moneymaker ~ PARKPLACE
A18. Valued Monopoly property ~ PARKPLACE
A20. "Didn't I tell you?" ~ SEE
A20. Adder's warning ~ SSS
A21. Military melody ~ TAPS
A21. Tests the water? ~ SIPS
A23. Tamed, as a bronco ~ BROKEN
A23. Prepared, as for a jolt ~ BRACED
A24. Brief ending? ~ CASE
A24. Spot for a scoop ~ CONE
A25. Like the last in a dash ~ SLOWEST
A25. Discounts considerably ~ SLASHES
A26. Underdog supporter ~ REVERSESNOB
A26. Cameraman's strategy ~ REVERSESHOT
A30. Surrounded by ~ AMIDST
A30. In the thick of ~ AMIDST
A31. Well-read ~ LITERATE
A31. Well-read ~ LITERATE
A36. Warm and friendly ~ NICE
A36. Warm and friendly ~ NICE
A37. Butter lump ~ PAT
A37. Roast rather than toast ~ PAN
A38. "___ la Douce" ~ IRMA
A38. "___ la Douce" ~ IRMA
A39. Football field ~ GRIDIRON
A39. Football field ~ GRIDIRON
A42. Some are honorary ~ TITLES
A42. Publisher's inventory ~ TITLES
A44. Center ice, in hockey ~ NEUTRALZONE
A44. No fighting is allowed here ~ NEUTRALZONE
A46. Ham it up ~ OVERACT
A46. Play to the gallery ~ OVERACT
A50. Partner in peace ~ ALLY
A50. Treaty signatory ~ ALLY
A51. Zodiac twins ~ GEMINI
A51. Heavenly pair ~ GEMINI
A52. Ship's staff ~ CREW
A52. Ship's staff ~ CREW
A53. Once around the track ~ LAP
A53. Once around the track ~ LAP
A56. When radio ad rates are highest ~ DRIVETIME
A56. When radio ad rates are highest ~ DRIVETIME
A58. Taranto's locale ~ ITALY
A58. Taranto's locale ~ ITALY
A60. This, in Spain ~ ESTE
A60. This, in Spain ~ ESTE
A61. Greek god of love ~ EROS
A61. Greek god of love ~ EROS
A62. Tear down ~ LEVEL
A62. Tear down ~ LEVEL
A63. Tree house ~ NEST
A63. Tree house ~ NEST
A64. Tin can flaw ~ DENT
A64. Tin can flaw ~ DENT
A65. This might give you a flat ~ LEASE
A65. Auto contract, maybe ~ LEASE
D1. Utopia Planitia setting ~ MARS
D1. Low islands ~ CAYS
D2. Succulent houseplant ~ ALOE
D2. Chief Olympian ~ ZEUS
D3. Ready for action ~ GAME
D3. Places of refuge ~ ARKS
D4. Mischievous sort ~ IMP
D4. ___ de Janeiro ~ RIO
D5. Gere and Roberts, e.g. ~ COSTARS
D5. Security system components ~ SENSORS
D6. "Wow! I won!" ~ YIPPEE
D6. "Huzzah!" ~ YIPPEE
D7. Chapters of history ~ ERAS
D7. Two-term presidents' terms, e.g. ~ ERAS
D8. Old mariner ~ TAR
D8. Old mariner ~ TAR
D9. Rorschach pattern ~ INKBLOT
D9. Rorschach test component ~ INKBLOT
D10. Radiant ~ AGLOW
D10. Travel reference ~ ATLAS
D11. Admiral Sir Francis ~ DRAKE
D11. Whistle wearer ~ COACH
D12. Follows another cookbook directive ~ DICES
D12. Entertainment director ~ EMCEE
D13. Disbursed, as dollars ~ SPENT
D13. Not just words ~ DEEDS
D19. Examine ~ PROBE
D19. Babble ~ PRATE
D22. CEO's aide ~ ASST
D22. The "I" in MIT, briefly ~ INST
D24. Gave up ~ CEDED
D24. Handed over ~ CEDED
D25. Irritated state ~ SNIT
D25. Much-kicked body part ~ SHIN
D26. Summoned the butler ~ RANG
D26. Summoned Jeeves ~ RANG
D27. Middle Eastern chieftain ~ EMIR
D27. Middle Eastern chieftain ~ EMIR
D28. Veni, Vidi, ___ ~ VICI
D28. End of Caesar's boast ~ VICI
D29. Handwriting feature ~ SLANT
D29. Handwriting feature ~ SLANT
D32. Posh or snazzy ~ RITZY
D32. Posh or snazzy ~ RITZY
D33. Guthrie of song ~ ARLO
D33. Guthrie of song ~ ARLO
D34. Some fed. agents ~ TMEN
D34. Some fed. agents ~ TMEN
D35. Soothe ~ EASE
D35. Relax, as one's grip ~ EASE
D37. Sulk ~ POUT
D37. Sulk ~ POUT
D40. Pointless and silly ~ INANE
D40. Poppycockish ~ INANE
D41. Said word for word ~ RECITED
D41. Said word for word ~ RECITED
D42. Fish story ~ TALE
D42. Suspicious story ~ TALE
D43. Animosity ~ ILLWILL
D43. Animosity ~ ILLWILL
D45. Least available ~ RAREST
D45. Least prevalent ~ RAREST
D46. Humorous Nash ~ OGDEN
D46. Humorous Nash ~ OGDEN
D47. Chapter's companion ~ VERSE
D47. Chapter's companion ~ VERSE
D48. Sends out ~ EMITS
D48. Sends out ~ EMITS
D49. Metal fastener ~ RIVET
D49. Metal fastener ~ RIVET
D52. "Let's go!" ~ CMON
D52. "Let's go!" ~ CMON
D53. Fuji's flow ~ LAVA
D53. Fuji's flow ~ LAVA
D54. British brews ~ ALES
D54. British brews ~ ALES
D55. Nabors' role ~ PYLE
D55. TV marine ~ PYLE
D57. Outrage ~ IRE
D57. Outrage ~ IRE
D59. Palmer's peg ~ TEE
D59. Top with a slogan ~ TEE

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