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  • Title: "SIGN LANGUAGE" (SEPTEMBER 22, 2004)
  • Author: By Norm Guggenbiller
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  • Title: WHAT'S YOUR SIGN?
  • Author: By Tom Genners / Timothy Parker
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A1. Like some heads ~ HARD
A1. BlackBerries, for short ~ PDAS
A5. "___ silly question ..." ~ ASKA
A5. "___ silly question ..." ~ ASKA
A9. Uncomfortable neckwear ~ BRACE
A9. Pain-in-the-neck wear? ~ BRACE
A14. "I cannot tell ___" ~ ALIE
A14. Voting "no" ~ ANTI
A15. Fireside event ~ CHAT
A15. Casual conversation ~ CHAT
A16. Plied the oars ~ ROWED
A16. Plied the oars ~ ROWED
A17. Come to terms, with considerable effort ~ HAMMEROUT
A17. Discuss vehemently to reach a solution ~ HAMMEROUT
A19. Arcade pioneer ~ ATARI
A19. Arcade pioneer ~ ATARI
A20. Emigre's purchase? ~ ONEWAYTICKET
A20. Relocater's purchase? ~ ONEWAYTICKET
A22. Pluck ~ TWANG
A22. Nasal speech quality ~ TWANG
A25. "God ___ our side" ~ ISON
A25. "Time ___ My Side" ~ ISON
A26. Slow start? ~ ESS
A26. Slow start? ~ ESS
A27. Puzzled comments ~ EHS
A27. Puzzled interjections ~ EHS
A28. M.Sgt.'s inferior ~ SFC
A28. Certain noncom ~ SFC
A31. Type of tin ~ PIE
A31. All-American dessert ~ PIE
A33. Solidifies ~ SETS
A33. Solidifies ~ SETS
A35. Flavorful dish ~ LIPSMACKER
A35. One eager for dinner ~ LIPSMACKER
A41. Craft symbolizing a long wait ~ SLOWBOATTOCHINA
A41. Vessel in a 1948 Frank Loesser song ~ SLOWBOATTOCHINA
A43. Horses bred by the Nez Perce ~ APPALOOSAS
A43. Horses descended from wild mustangs ~ APPALOOSAS
A44. "Chestnuts roasting ___ open fire" ~ ONAN
A44. Burden of proof ~ ONUS
A45. Word between here and there ~ NOR
A45. Word between here and there ~ NOR
A46. Telecom giant ~ GTE
A46. 1 or 66, to a driver ~ RTE
A48. Greek vowel ~ ETA
A48. Aggregation, for short ~ GRP
A49. Brief party label ~ DEM
A49. Brief party label ~ DEM
A52. Fool ~ SIMP
A52. Fool ~ SIMP
A55. Beginnings of some pranks ~ DARES
A55. Administers medicine ~ DOSES
A57. Preplanned funeral? ~ EXITSTRATEGY
A57. Plan to close out an investment ~ EXITSTRATEGY
A61. Chip type ~ NACHO
A61. Cheese-covered chip ~ NACHO
A62. Covered expenses ~ BROKEEVEN
A62. Covered costs ~ BROKEEVEN
A66. "Skedaddle" ~ SCRAM
A66. Skedaddle ~ SCRAM
A67. "Nasty" netman ~ ILIE
A67. 1970s tennis champ Nastase ~ ILIE
A68. General helper ~ AIDE
A68. Well-done's opposite, in the kitchen ~ RARE
A69. Some collars ~ ETONS
A69. Waist-length jackets ~ ETONS
A70. Fathoms ~ GETS
A70. Exacts revenge on ~ GETS
A71. Squiggly music symbol ~ REST
A71. Shank, in prison lingo ~ STAB
D1. "Fat chance!" ~ HAH
D1. It might follow "oom" ~ PAH
D2. In the manner of ~ ALA
D2. Fingerprint with a twist? ~ DNA
D3. Goblet part ~ RIM
D3. Where to go through a withdrawal ~ ATM
D4. Possessive spirit ~ DEMON
D4. "American Idol" judge ~ SIMON
D5. God's ___ (churchyard) ~ ACRE
D5. 160 square rods ~ ACRE
D6. Tell partner ~ SHOW
D6. Tell partner ~ SHOW
D7. The "Garden Isle" ~ KAUAI
D7. Island northwest of Oahu ~ KAUAI
D8. Firm parts, briefly ~ ATTYS
D8. Firm workers, briefly ~ ATTYS
D9. Comic book villain ~ BRAINIAC
D9. Einstein type ~ BRAINIAC
D10. Campus mil. group ~ ROTC
D10. Campus mil. group ~ ROTC
D11. No longer out ~ AWAKE
D11. No longer dozing ~ AWAKE
D12. Roman goddess of agriculture ~ CERES
D12. Roman goddess of agriculture ~ CERES
D13. Rewrites ~ EDITS
D13. Rewrites ~ EDITS
D18. MIT grads ~ ENGS
D18. Some MIT grads, briefly ~ ENGS
D21. Highest of all ~ TOPMOST
D21. Highest of all ~ TOPMOST
D22. "The Gondoliers" girl ~ TESSA
D22. "The Gondoliers" girl ~ TESSA
D23. Sassy youth ~ WHELP
D23. Youth ~ WHELP
D24. Put ___ to (halt) ~ ASTOP
D24. Put ___ to (halt) ~ ASTOP
D29. "Burn rubber!" ~ FLOORIT
D29. Burn rubber ~ FLOORIT
D30. "Later" ~ CIAO
D30. Tuscany ta-ta ~ CIAO
D32. Reverberation ~ ECHO
D32. Reverberation ~ ECHO
D34. Stately swimmer ~ SWAN
D34. Adult ugly duckling ~ SWAN
D36. WWII boats ~ PTS
D36. WWII boats ~ PTS
D37. Dateless ~ STAG
D37. Walk of Fame symbol ~ STAR
D38. Legendary Pirates slugger Ralph ~ KINER
D38. Checkers double-deckers ~ KINGS
D39. Growing outward ~ ENATE
D39. Accustom ~ ENURE
D40. ___ an independent (campaigned, in a way) ~ RANAS
D40. Abrades ~ RASPS
D42. Comes into one's own ~ BLOSSOMS
D42. Comes into one's own ~ BLOSSOMS
D47. Just beat ~ EDGE
D47. Just beat ~ EDGE
D49. Thickheaded ~ DENSE
D49. Thickheaded ~ DENSE
D50. Change requirement, sometimes ~ EXACT
D50. More than approximate ~ EXACT
D51. Extremely tiny ~ MICRO
D51. Brewery opening? ~ MICRO
D53. "Live and Let Die" villain ~ MRBIG
D53. "Live and Let Die" villain ~ MRBIG
D54. "Je ___ francais" ~ PARLE
D54. "Je ___ francais" ~ PARLE
D56. Mayle's "___ in Provence" ~ AYEAR
D56. Some court hearings ~ OYERS
D58. Comparative connector ~ THAN
D58. "Faster ___ a speeding bullet ..." ~ THAN
D59. "There's nothing ___!" ~ TOIT
D59. "There's nothing ___!" ~ TOIT
D60. Achieves with effort (with "out") ~ EKES
D60. Achieves with effort (with "out") ~ EKES
D63. Contend ~ VIE
D63. Wine vessel ~ VAT
D64. The Begleys ~ EDS
D64. Golden time ~ ERA
D65. The puck stops here ~ NET
D65. Bird's beak ~ NEB

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