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  • Title: "WHERE'S THE TURKEY?" (NOVEMBER 22, 2001)
  • Author: By Harvey Estes
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  • Title: THE PIPER'S SONS?
  • Author: By Henry Quarters / Timothy Parker
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A1. Truck compartments ~ CABS
A1. Arid Asian region ~ GOBI
A5. Sierra _____ ~ MADRE
A5. "A Momentary ___ of Reason" (Pink Floyd) ~ LAPSE
A10. Work like a sew-and-sew? ~ DARN
A10. Work like a sew-and-sew? ~ DARN
A14. Kind of rug or code ~ AREA
A14. Declare with confidence ~ AVER
A15. Red as _____ ~ ABEET
A15. Running errands, say ~ ABOUT
A16. "Death of a Salesman" director Kazan ~ ELIA
A16. "Death of a Salesman" director Kazan ~ ELIA
A17. Barn adjunct, often ~ SILO
A17. What people will do ~ TALK
A18. Lee Falk comic strip or Billy Zane flick ~ THEPHANTOM
A18. Hero's rider ~ THEPHANTOM
A20. Stop progress ~ HALT
A20. Angled additions ~ ELLS
A21. Word for turkey hidden in 11 answers of this puzzle ~ TOM
A21. This puzzle's theme word ~ TOM
A22. Fed. bill ~ TNOTE
A22. Fed. bill ~ TNOTE
A23. Leafy shelter ~ BOWER
A23. Leafy shelter ~ BOWER
A25. Give a job to ~ HIRE
A25. Give a job to ~ HIRE
A27. Heavy volumes ~ TOMES
A27. Heavy volumes ~ TOMES
A28. Hiawatha's weapon ~ TOMAHAWK
A28. Native American weapon ~ TOMAHAWK
A32. Taxi's ticker ~ METER
A32. Taxi's ticker ~ METER
A33. Orchestral heavyweight ~ TUBA
A33. Orchestral heavyweight ~ TUBA
A34. Cosmonaut Gagarin ~ YURI
A34. Dr. Zhivago ~ YURI
A35. 911 respondent ~ EMT
A35. 911 respondent, briefly ~ EMT
A36. Paradigm ~ EPITOME
A36. Paradigm ~ EPITOME
A39. Bob Cratchit's son ~ TIM
A39. Bob Cratchit's son ~ TIM
A40. Each ~ APOP
A40. Each ~ APOP
A42. Burden of proof ~ ONUS
A42. Burden of proof ~ ONUS
A43. They may be before your eyes ~ SPOTS
A43. They may be before your eyes ~ SPOTS
A45. Spaghetti sauce ingredients ~ TOMATOES
A45. Pico de gallo ingredient ~ TOMATOES
A47. Source of mesons ~ ATOMS
A47. Indivisible particles ~ ATOMS
A48. Jam ingredients? ~ CARS
A48. Train units ~ CARS
A49. Poet's muse ~ ERATO
A49. Poet's muse ~ ERATO
A50. Web site, perhaps? ~ ATTIC
A50. Web site, perhaps? ~ ATTIC
A53. Take it easy (with "out") ~ VEG
A53. Really relax (with "out") ~ VEG
A54. Award given by "The Village Voice" ~ OBIE
A54. New York theater award ~ OBIE
A57. Horseplay ~ TOMFOOLERY
A57. Horseplay ~ TOMFOOLERY
A60. Flaky mineral ~ MICA
A60. Flexible mineral ~ MICA
A61. "Dedicated to the _____ Love" ~ ONEI
A61. "Dedicated to the ___ Love" ~ ONEI
A62. Grave risk ~ PERIL
A62. Grave risk ~ PERIL
A63. "What a shame!" ~ ALAS
A63. Pitiful exclamation ~ ALAS
A64. Brass component ~ ZINC
A64. Brass component ~ ZINC
A65. Bread collector? ~ PAYEE
A65. Bread collector? ~ PAYEE
A66. Relief of Lincoln ~ CENT
A66. Relief of Lincoln canvas ~ CENT
D1. C & W singer Johnny ~ CASH
D1. Admission receipts ~ GATE
D2. Operatic solo ~ ARIA
D2. Track shape ~ OVAL
D3. Certain '70s pant leg ~ BELLBOTTOM
D3. '60s jeans feature ~ BELLBOTTOM
D4. Island near Príncipe ~ SAOTOME
D4. Annoying ~ IRKSOME
D5. Dull finishes ~ MATTES
D5. Baristas' offerings ~ LATTES
D6. Find despicable ~ ABHOR
D6. Find despicable ~ ABHOR
D7. View as ~ DEEM
D7. "A Dream Within a Dream," e.g. ~ POEM
D8. Public image, for short ~ REP
D8. "How are ya?" ~ SUP
D9. Biblical verb suffix ~ ETH
D9. Biblical verb suffix ~ ETH
D10. Brian of "Tommy Boy" ~ DENNEHY
D10. Brian of "Tommy Boy" ~ DENNEHY
D11. Lowest female singing voice ~ ALTO
D11. Vocal quartet member, perhaps ~ ALTO
D12. Civil uprising ~ RIOT
D12. Protest that gets out of hand ~ RIOT
D13. Anthroponym ~ NAME
D13. Moniker ~ NAME
D19. Razor brand ~ ATRA
D19. Razor model ~ ATRA
D24. Wolf head? ~ WERE
D24. Wolf head? ~ WERE
D25. Bindle stiffs ~ HOBOS
D25. Bindlestiffs ~ HOBOS
D26. Mosque official ~ IMAM
D26. Mosque official ~ IMAM
D27. Metronome speed ~ TEMPO
D27. Tune consideration ~ TEMPO
D28. Ballerina's supply ~ TUTUS
D28. Ballerina's supply ~ TUTUS
D29. Mercury or Saturn, but not Mars ~ AUTOMOBILE
D29. Hudson or DeSoto, but not Cabot ~ AUTOMOBILE
D30. Habeas corpus et al. ~ WRITS
D30. Habeas corpus, etc. ~ WRITS
D31. Novak and Basinger ~ KIMS
D31. Novak and Basinger ~ KIMS
D32. Partner of potatoes ~ MEAT
D32. Nut center ~ MEAT
D33. Dinner fork quartet ~ TINES
D33. Dinner fork quartet ~ TINES
D37. Word with box or boy ~ POOR
D37. Little rich girl adjective ~ POOR
D38. "¿Cómo _____ usted?" ~ ESTA
D38. This, in Mexico ~ ESTA
D41. Largest ocean ~ PACIFIC
D41. Largest ocean ~ PACIFIC
D44. Washington waterway ~ POTOMAC
D44. Washington waterway ~ POTOMAC
D46. Fast food item ~ TACO
D46. Fast food item ~ TACO
D47. Diamond-shaped pattern ~ ARGYLE
D47. Diamond-shaped pattern ~ ARGYLE
D49. Like Poe's prose ~ EERIE
D49. Like Poe's prose ~ EERIE
D50. All-inclusive ~ ATOZ
D50. All-inclusive ~ ATOZ
D51. Braxton or Tennille ~ TONI
D51. Braxton or Tennille ~ TONI
D52. Untouchables, et al. ~ TMEN
D52. Revenuers, for short ~ TMEN
D53. "_____ interesting!" ~ VERY
D53. Exceedingly ~ VERY
D55. "If _____ make it there..." ~ ICAN
D55. "If ___ make it there ..." ~ ICAN
D56. It may be due ~ EAST
D56. It may be due ~ EAST
D58. Antonym (Abbr.) ~ OPP
D58. Antonym, e.g. (Abbr.) ~ OPP
D59. Thompson of "Back to the Future" ~ LEA
D59. Perrins' partner ~ LEA

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