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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, July 24, 2000
  • Author: Gregory E. Paul
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: NONSTOP FUN
  • Author: By Luther Valkes / Timothy Parker
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A1. Dept. of Labor division ~ OSHA
A1. White whale pursuer of fiction ~ AHAB
A5. Be ill-humored ~ SULK
A5. Shank ~ STAB
A9. Bloodhound's clue ~ SCENT
A9. Native-born Israeli ~ SABRA
A14. Erupt ~ SPEW
A14. The Eternal City ~ ROME
A15. Shortly ~ ANON
A15. Chute opening ~ PARA
A16. Handles the situation ~ COPES
A16. Didn't just shrug ~ CARED
A17. Go around the Internet ~ SURF
A17. "Today ___ man" (Bar Mitzvah declaration) ~ IAMA
A18. Monopoly equipment ~ DICE
A18. Tossed-ball trajectories ~ ARCS
A19. Ralph's wife, on "The Honeymooners" ~ ALICE
A19. The Ram ~ ARIES
A20. Nonstop ~ AROUNDTHECLOCK
A20. Nonstop ~ AROUNDTHECLOCK
A23. 1970 Kinks hit ~ LOLA
A23. Takes one's leave ~ GOES
A24. Rooster's mate ~ HEN
A24. Multiple layer ~ HEN
A25. Little League coach, often ~ DAD
A25. Buds in tartar sauce ~ CAPERS
A28. Firefighter, at times ~ RESCUER
A28. Serves well done ~ ACES
A31. Sault ___ Marie ~ STE
A30. Swingers' grp. ~ PGA
A34. Change with the times ~ ADAPT
A33. "... he's making ___ and checking ..." ~ ALIST
A36. Broke bread ~ ATE
A34. 1985 movie with three different endings ~ CLUE
A37. Fisherman's bucketful ~ BAIT
A35. Dove or love murmurs ~ COOS
A38. Nonstop ~ MONTHAFTERMONTH
A36. Nonstop ~ MONTHAFTERMONTH
A42. Willy of "Free Willy" ~ ORCA
A39. Web designer's creation ~ PAGE
A43. Perceive ~ SEE
A40. Certain TVs ~ RCAS
A44. Suitably ~ APTLY
A41. Alpine feature ~ ARETE
A45. Hillary Clinton, ___ Rodham ~ NEE
A42. 1760 make a mi. ~ YDS
A46. ___ tank ~ SHERMAN
A43. WWII U.S. ally ~ USSR
A49. Sushi fish ~ EEL
A44. Arrests ~ RUNSIN
A50. Instigate litigation ~ SUE
A45. 6 letters ~ MNO
A51. Spring bloom ~ IRIS
A46. "... that try ___ souls" ~ MENS
A53. Nonstop ~ DAYINANDDAYOUT
A47. Nonstop ~ DAYINANDDAYOUT
A60. Main impact ~ BRUNT
A54. Mystical deck ~ TAROT
A61. Ill-mannered ~ RUDE
A55. "Star Wars" figure ~ LEIA
A62. Lasso ~ ROPE
A56. Bank of France ~ RIVE
A63. "Last ___ in Paris" ~ TANGO
A57. "___ there yet?" ~ AREWE
A64. Comparable ~ AKIN
A58. Make up, as ground ~ GAIN
A65. Submachine guns ~ UZIS
A59. Word with "friendly" or "ID" ~ USER
A66. Out-and-out ~ UTTER
A60. Cowboy food ~ BEANS
A67. Sugar source ~ BEET
A61. Arguing loudly ~ ATIT
A68. Repressed, with "up" ~ PENT
A62. Tree fruit ~ PEAR
D1. Mount in Greek myth ~ OSSA
D1. Operatic highlight ~ ARIA
D2. It's used with a "giddyup!" ~ SPUR
D2. Icy coating ~ HOAR
D3. Medal recipient ~ HERO
D3. Target practice need ~ AMMO
D4. More than bad ~ AWFUL
D4. Much-adapted P.C. Wren story ~ BEAUGESTE
D5. Word before shoe or soap ~ SADDLE
D5. Bidder's suit, perhaps ~ SPADES
D6. #19 of the Colts ~ UNITAS
D6. Petite pies ~ TARTS
D7. ___ Ness ~ LOCH
D7. Aqueduct formation ~ ARCH
D8. Where a cap is found on the body ~ KNEE
D8. Bag of diamonds ~ BASE
D9. Tackle box gizmo ~ SCALER
D9. Zodiac symbol ~ SCALES
D10. : ~ COLON
D10. TV producer Spelling ~ AARON
D11. Grand in scale ~ EPIC
D11. ___-a-brac ~ BRIC
D12. Bottle part ~ NECK
D12. Stink up the joint ~ REEK
D13. When doubled, an African fly ~ TSE
D13. They might pop up while browsing ~ ADS
D21. Toward cooler weather, say ~ NORTH
D21. Mossy side of a tree ~ NORTH
D22. "Give me an A...," e.g. ~ CHEER
D22. Root in the stands ~ CHEER
D25. Matt of "The Talented Mr. Ripley" ~ DAMON
D25. Like some humor ~ CAMPY
D26. Like a lot ~ ADORE
D26. "Get ___ of that!" ~ ALOAD
D27. "Shall we ___?" ~ DANCE
D27. Bullets-hitting-metal sounds ~ PINGS
D29. Handle the food for a party ~ CATER
D28. "I do" location ~ ALTAR
D30. Rocky Mountain Indian ~ UTE
D29. Acting signals ~ CUES
D31. "À votre ___" (toast) ~ SANTE
D30. Corn-based loaves ~ PONES
D32. Card catalogue entry ~ TITLE
D31. The Dapper Don ~ GOTTI
D33. Kind of alcohol ~ ETHYL
D32. Almost white ~ ASHEN
D35. Kind of meeting at a school ~ PTA
D34. Ozone layer destroyers ~ CFCS
D37. Certain jazz ~ BOP
D35. Common sweetener ~ CORNSYRUP
D39. Pale-faced ~ ASHEN
D37. Firebug's felony ~ ARSON
D40. Service charge ~ FEE
D38. "Loa" or "Kea" lead-in ~ MAUNA
D41. Pokémon card collecting, e.g. ~ MANIA
D43. Makes one out of two ~ UNITES
D46. Gentleman caller ~ SUITOR
D44. Colorful tunneler ~ REDANT
D47. Annapolis student ~ MIDDIE
D45. "___ Private Idaho" ~ MYOWN
D48. Gung-ho ~ ARDENT
D46. When Leonardo began painting the Mona Lisa ~ MDIII
D50. "The Playboy of the Western World" author ~ SYNGE
D47. Truth alternative ~ DARE
D52. Pancake topper ~ SYRUP
D48. Tiler's measurement ~ AREA
D53. "Doggone it!" ~ DRAT
D49. Aquarium growth ~ ALGA
D54. Em, to Dorothy ~ AUNT
D50. Without a mixer or chaser ~ NEAT
D55. Palestinian ~ ARAB
D51. Beauvais' department ~ OISE
D56. Deadly missile ~ NUKE
D52. Eye feature ~ UVEA
D57. Trickle ~ OOZE
D53. Abbr. on old U.S. maps ~ TERR
D58. ___ arms (angry) ~ UPIN
D54. Projecting edge on a folder ~ TAB
D59. Audition ~ TEST
D60. A.C. capacity ~ BTU

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