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  • Title: "IT SUITS ME" (AUGUST 08, 2004)
  • Author: By Barry C. Silk
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  • Title: SUIT TO A TEE
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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A1. It may be called ~ BLUFF
A1. Took a curved route ~ ARCED
A6. "Venus de ___" ~ MILO
A6. "Venus de ___" ~ MILO
A10. Be a misanthrope ~ HATE
A10. "Cherish those hearts that ___ thee" (Shakespeare) ~ HATE
A14. Supermarket feature ~ AISLE
A14. Take a powder ~ LEAVE
A15. Four Corners state ~ UTAH
A15. Four Corners state ~ UTAH
A16. Roman love poet ~ OVID
A16. Roman love poet ~ OVID
A17. Where many are thrown out ~ BASEBALLDIAMOND
A17. You may be safe here ~ BASEBALLDIAMOND
A20. Displays fallibility ~ ERRS
A20. "Couldn't have said it better myself" ~ AMEN
A21. ___ Aviv ~ TEL
A21. Abbr. to the left of a number ~ TEL
A22. Traffic sign ~ ONEWAY
A22. Traffic sign ~ ONEWAY
A23. Cleave ~ HEW
A23. Attach an applique ~ SEW
A25. Opposite of "yippee!" ~ RATS
A25. "Doggone it!" ~ RATS
A26. Outward flow ~ EBB
A26. Outward flow ~ EBB
A29. Yard tool ~ GARDENSPADE
A29. Yard tool ~ GARDENSPADE
A35. Afternoon social ~ TEA
A35. What's in the bag? ~ TEA
A36. Treats with milk ~ OREOS
A36. Treats with milk ~ OREOS
A37. Computerphile ~ USER
A37. Computerphile ~ USER
A38. Ranch workers ~ HANDS
A38. Results of deals ~ HANDS
A40. Rap physician ~ DRE
A40. Rapper Dr. ___ ~ DRE
A41. Bisected ~ INTWO
A41. Bisected ~ INTWO
A42. Homophone of 41-Across ~ INTO
A42. Homophone of 41-Across ~ INTO
A43. City on the Gulf of Aqaba ~ EILAT
A43. City on the Gulf of Aqaba ~ EILAT
A45. U.K. lexicon ~ OED
A45. U.K. lexicon ~ OED
A46. Place to socialize ~ COUNTRYCLUB
A46. Place to socialize ~ COUNTRYCLUB
A49. Reuben bread ~ RYE
A49. Reuben bread ~ RYE
A50. Flu symptom, perhaps ~ AGUE
A50. Flu symptom, perhaps ~ AGUE
A51. Clerical abbreviation ~ REV
A51. Cleric's abbreviation ~ REV
A53. Part of LIFO ~ LASTIN
A53. Part of LIFO ~ LASTIN
A56. Executive's deg. ~ MBA
A56. Postgrad degree ~ MBA
A58. Cockpit guesses, for short ~ ETAS
A58. "H" look-alikes ~ ETAS
A62. Synthetic pump ~ ARTIFICIALHEART
A62. Certain synthetic pump ~ ARTIFICIALHEART
A65. "So long!" ~ CIAO
A65. "So long!" ~ CIAO
A66. Word with the wiser ~ NONE
A66. Less than a little ~ NONE
A67. "Whether she work in land ___" (Emerson) ~ ORSEA
A67. "What little town by river ___ shore ..." (Keats) ~ ORSEA
A68. Tall tale ~ YARN
A68. Cat-occupier ~ YARN
A69. Crystal consulter ~ SEER
A69. Prescient person ~ SEER
A70. Piece in Harper's ~ ESSAY
A70. Written test type ~ ESSAY
D1. George Herman Ruth's nickname ~ BABE
D1. Cast member of "Fantastic Four" ~ ALBA
D2. One might be pathological ~ LIAR
D2. Staples staple ~ REAM
D3. Former red giant? ~ USSR
D3. It's built for a trial ~ CASE
D4. Skeleton's lack ~ FLESH
D4. They're at odds with odds ~ EVENS
D5. Groundhog Day's mo. ~ FEB
D5. Rookie socialite, briefly ~ DEB
D6. Lazy animal? ~ MULE
D6. Backless shoe ~ MULE
D7. Work with "do" or "cost you" ~ ITLL
D7. "___ do you good!" ~ ITLL
D8. Stripling ~ LAD
D8. Stripling ~ LAD
D9. Orville or Wilbur Wright, e.g. ~ OHIOAN
D9. James Thurber, by birth ~ OHIOAN
D10. Rustic ~ HOMESPUN
D10. Rustic ~ HOMESPUN
D11. Confess openly ~ AVOW
D11. Confess openly ~ AVOW
D12. Ginger portrayer ("Gilligan's Island") ~ TINA
D12. Ginger portrayer ("Gilligan's Island") ~ TINA
D13. Water whirl ~ EDDY
D13. Water whirl ~ EDDY
D18. Not just feuding ~ ATWAR
D18. Not just feuding ~ ATWAR
D19. Symbols of industry ~ ANTS
D19. Sugar bowl lovers ~ ANTS
D24. They can be inflated or boosted ~ EGOS
D24. They've been known to clash ~ EGOS
D25. Turn over, as property ~ RESELL
D25. Unload, as a used car ~ RESELL
D26. Body of values ~ ETHIC
D26. Body of values ~ ETHIC
D27. Game of chance ~ BEANO
D27. Game of chance ~ BEANO
D28. African language group ~ BANTU
D28. African language group ~ BANTU
D30. Late plane ride ~ REDEYE
D30. Fly-by-night operation? ~ REDEYE
D31. Corinthian's cousin ~ DORIC
D31. Ionic alternative ~ DORIC
D32. Fur trader John Jacob ~ ASTOR
D32. Fur trader John Jacob ~ ASTOR
D33. Decimal preceder? ~ DEWEY
D33. Decimal preceder? ~ DEWEY
D34. Wear away ~ ERODE
D34. Wear away ~ ERODE
D39. Act of philanthropy ~ DONATION
D39. Act of philanthropy ~ DONATION
D41. "What'll ___?" (bartender's question) ~ ITBE
D41. "What'll ___?" (bartender's question) ~ ITBE
D44. Perceived by the ear ~ AURAL
D44. Received through the ear ~ AURAL
D47. End-of-week cry ~ TGIF
D47. End-of-week cry ~ TGIF
D48. Quarrels ~ RUNINS
D48. Quarrels ~ RUNINS
D52. Alters a schooner's direction ~ VEERS
D52. Alters a schooner's direction ~ VEERS
D53. Like a bertha collar ~ LACY
D53. Like a bertha collar ~ LACY
D54. Opera highlight ~ ARIA
D54. Opera highlight ~ ARIA
D55. Betelgeuse or Vega ~ STAR
D55. Sun, for one ~ STAR
D56. Selfish one's exclamation ~ MINE
D56. Warship danger ~ MINE
D57. 1934 heavyweight champ Max ~ BAER
D57. 1934 heavyweight champ Max ~ BAER
D59. Ex-Soviet news agency ~ TASS
D59. Ex-Soviet news agency ~ TASS
D60. Vicinity ~ AREA
D60. A in geometry ~ AREA
D61. Reprieve from the governor ~ STAY
D61. Welcoming word ~ STAY
D63. Two-time 1500-meter Olympic gold medalist ~ COE
D63. British runner elected to Parliament ~ COE
D64. Bladed pole ~ HOE
D64. Weed-attacking tool ~ HOE

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