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  • Title: "NINE WEST" (APRIL 17, 2004)
  • Author: By David E. Murchie
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  • Title: PLAYING THE NUMBERS
  • Author: By Andrew Gere / Timothy Parker
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A1. Word with dash or happy ~ SLAP
A1. Part of a home entertainment sys. ~ HDTV
A5. Voting-machine lists ~ SLATES
A5. Voting-machine lists ~ SLATES
A11. R.M.N.'s predecessor ~ LBJ
A11. R.M.N.'s predecessor ~ LBJ
A14. Sport with a wooden ball ~ POLO
A14. Result of a strain ~ ACHE
A15. March event ~ PARADE
A15. March event? ~ PARADE
A16. Choler ~ IRE
A16. Choler ~ IRE
A17. Takes one's breath away ~ AWES
A17. Coin-making presses ~ DIES
A18. Military band? ~ ARMLET
A18. Military band? ~ ARMLET
A19. "Out!" from an Okie ~ GIT
A19. "Out, dagnabbit!" ~ GIT
A20. Portable shade? ~ TENGALLONHAT
A20. Ranch hand's wear ~ TENGALLONHAT
A23. Patronized, as a diner ~ ATEAT
A23. "... but to no ___" ~ AVAIL
A26. School address abbr. ~ EDU
A26. Abbr. akin to com or org ~ EDU
A27. Extreme prefix ~ ULTRA
A27. Extreme prefix ~ ULTRA
A28. Loud welcome? ~ SIXGUNSALUTE
A28. Type of tribute ~ SIXGUNSALUTE
A31. Beach brief ~ SPEEDO
A31. "Holy" Ohio town ~ TOLEDO
A32. ___ Luis Obispo ~ SAN
A32. ___ Luis Obispo ~ SAN
A33. It has shoulders but no head ~ ROAD
A33. It has shoulders but no head ~ ROAD
A37. PC key ~ ESC
A37. "Blood and Sand" cry ~ OLE
A38. Second of all? ~ EVE
A38. Second of all? ~ EVE
A40. Part of a matching set, sometimes ~ HIS
A40. Word on a husband's towel ~ HIS
A42. Song syllable ~ TRA
A42. Song syllable ~ TRA
A43. Part of CBS or DOS ~ SYST
A43. Too hasty ~ RASH
A45. Bank alternative, briefly ~ ATM
A45. Bank teller alt. ~ ATM
A47. Scented sample ~ TESTER
A47. Scented sample ~ TESTER
A49. Podunk, proverbially? ~ ONEHORSETOWN
A49. Burg that lacks a stoplight, say ~ ONEHORSETOWN
A52. Battle of 1836 ~ ALAMO
A52. Battle site of 1836 ~ ALAMO
A55. Compass dir. ~ ENE
A55. West Point-to-Hartford dir. ~ ENE
A56. "Oui" and "si" ~ YESES
A56. "Oui" and "si" ~ YESES
A57. Gambler's choice ~ FIVECARDDRAW
A57. Gambler's choice ~ FIVECARDDRAW
A60. Electronics brand ~ RCA
A60. Electronics brand ~ RCA
A61. Military command ~ ATEASE
A61. Military command ~ ATEASE
A62. Worshipper's locale, sometimes ~ AFAR
A62. Worshipper's locale, sometimes ~ AFAR
A66. Pained reactions ~ OHS
A66. Surprised reactions ~ OHS
A67. Make hermetic ~ SEALUP
A67. Make airtight ~ SEALUP
A68. Thespian's gig ~ ROLE
A68. Thespian's gig ~ ROLE
A69. Command to Benji ~ SIT
A69. "Stop milling around!" ~ SIT
A70. Hunt and Hayes ~ HELENS
A70. Washington's Mount St. ___ ~ HELENS
A71. Barbershop job ~ TRIM
A71. Barbershop job ~ TRIM
D1. Restorative retreat ~ SPA
D1. Played for a fool ~ HAD
D2. Word with down or key ~ LOW
D2. 601, in Roman numerals ~ DCI
D3. Schooner's cargo, perhaps ~ ALE
D3. Word with "more" and "merrier" ~ THE
D4. It's stuck in a corner ~ POSTAGE
D4. Remnant ~ VESTIGE
D5. Bridge ~ SPAN
D5. Bridge ~ SPAN
D6. Big T-shirts ~ LARGES
D6. Big T-shirts or pizzas ~ LARGES
D7. Battle groups ~ ARMADAS
D7. Battle groups, at sea ~ ARMADAS
D8. Actress Bankhead ~ TALLULAH
D8. Actress Bankhead ~ TALLULAH
D9. Pulitzer-winning biographer Leon ~ EDEL
D9. Pulitzer-winning biographer Leon ~ EDEL
D10. Embark, as on a journey ~ SETOUT
D10. Embark, as on a journey ~ SETOUT
D11. Feathery ~ LIGHT
D11. Fluffy, as cake ~ LIGHT
D12. Prickly plant ~ BRIAR
D12. Prickly plant ~ BRIAR
D13. Beetle alternative ~ JETTA
D13. Beetle alternative ~ JETTA
D21. Chopin piece ~ ETUDE
D21. Artfully dodge ~ ELUDE
D22. NY Met, for example ~ NLER
D22. NY Met, for example ~ NLER
D23. Beasts of burden ~ ASSES
D23. Mary of old films ~ ASTOR
D24. Intoxicated ~ TIPSY
D24. Orchestra instrument ~ VIOLA
D25. Boardroom VIPs ~ EXECS
D25. Turnpike toll determinants ~ AXLES
D29. Stars that brighten then fade ~ NOVAE
D29. Milky Way phenomena (Var.) ~ NOVAE
D30. College class hours ~ UNITS
D30. College class hours, e.g. ~ UNITS
D34. Preminger and Klemperer ~ OTTOS
D34. Preminger and Klemperer ~ OTTOS
D35. "___ there yet?" ~ AREWE
D35. "___ there yet?" ~ AREWE
D36. Mends ~ DARNS
D36. Mends ~ DARNS
D39. Heavenly ~ ETHEREAL
D39. Heavenly ~ ETHEREAL
D41. "Later" ~ SEEYA
D41. "Later" ~ SEEYA
D44. Big volume ~ TOME
D44. Where you can't go again, in a saying ~ HOME
D46. Carter's running mate ~ MONDALE
D46. Carter's running mate ~ MONDALE
D48. "Maggie May" singer Rod ~ STEWART
D48. "Maggie May" singer Rod ~ STEWART
D50. What the driver carries? ~ NOCASH
D50. What the driver carries? ~ NOCASH
D51. What the planet Krypton orbited ~ REDSUN
D51. Evening horizon sight ~ REDSUN
D52. Spherical hairdos ~ AFROS
D52. Spherical hairdos ~ AFROS
D53. Chinese fruit ~ LICHI
D53. Chinese fruit (Var.) ~ LICHI
D54. Nautical "Halt!" ~ AVAST
D54. Stop, on a tub ~ AVAST
D58. Suits to ___ ~ ATEE
D58. Suits to ___ ~ ATEE
D59. Agts. ~ REPS
D59. What spotters count ~ REPS
D63. The "F" in FYI ~ FOR
D63. Word-word link ~ FOR
D64. Boxing winner in Zaire, 1974 ~ ALI
D64. Boxing winner in Zaire, 1974 ~ ALI
D65. "The One I Love" group ~ REM
D65. Unit of radiation ~ REM

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