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  • Title: "QUANTUM LEAPS" (AUGUST 20, 2004)
  • Author: By Robert H. Wolfe
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  • Title: MOVE IT
  • Author: By Manny Lowes / Timothy Parker
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A1. Charged atom ~ ANION
A1. Negatively charged atom ~ ANION
A6. Money gambled ~ STAKE
A6. Money gambled ~ STAKE
A11. Org. once headed by Bush ~ CIA
A11. Org. once headed by Bush ~ CIA
A14. Thin toast ~ MELBA
A14. Thin toast ~ MELBA
A15. One in a class by himself ~ TUTEE
A15. One in a class by himself ~ TUTEE
A16. Perch for those who love Santa ~ LAP
A16. Perch for those who love Santa ~ LAP
A17. Certain athlete ~ POLEVAULTER
A17. Certain athlete ~ POLEVAULTER
A19. Income sharer (Abbr.) ~ AGT
A19. Income sharer (Abbr.) ~ AGT
A20. From Belgrade ~ SERBIAN
A20. From Belgrade ~ SERBIAN
A21. Antonym of fire ~ HIRE
A21. Antonym of "fire" ~ HIRE
A22. They're revolting ~ REBELS
A22. They're revolting ~ REBELS
A25. Takes for granted ~ PRESUMES
A25. Takes for granted ~ PRESUMES
A27. Actress Thurman ~ UMA
A27. Actress Thurman ~ UMA
A28. Kind of story ~ SOB
A28. Kind of story ~ SOB
A30. Fast plane engine ~ RAMJET
A30. Fast plane engine ~ RAMJET
A31. Aggressive remark ~ GIBE
A31. Aggressive remark ~ GIBE
A33. Luminous star ~ NOVA
A33. Luminous star ~ NOVA
A36. Grant or Costello ~ LOU
A36. Grant or Costello ~ LOU
A37. Editor's concern ~ STYLE
A37. Editor's concern ~ STYLE
A39. Word with force and mail ~ AIR
A39. One mode of travel ~ AIR
A40. With guns ~ ARMED
A40. With guns ~ ARMED
A43. Reddish-brown horse ~ BAY
A43. Reddish-brown horse ~ BAY
A44. Nautical danger ~ REEF
A44. Nautical danger ~ REEF
A46. Like a little old lady in tennis shoes? ~ SPRY
A46. Like a little old lady in tennis shoes ~ SPRY
A47. Appropriate to the occasion ~ PROPER
A47. Appropriate to the occasion ~ PROPER
A50. Jackie's late husband ~ ARI
A50. Jackie's second husband ~ ARI
A52. Yellowstone National Park beast ~ ELK
A52. Yellowstone National Park beast ~ ELK
A53. "Emile" author ~ ROUSSEAU
A53. "Emile" author ~ ROUSSEAU
A56. Main dish ~ ENTREE
A56. Main dish ~ ENTREE
A58. Top-of-the-line ~ AONE
A58. Top-of-the-line ~ AONE
A59. Period free from punishment ~ AMNESTY
A59. Forgiveness of a sort ~ AMNESTY
A61. Cowboys' div. ~ NFC
A61. Cowboys' div. ~ NFC
A62. Kind of insect ~ GRASSHOPPER
A62. Certain insect ~ GRASSHOPPER
A66. Jay or em attachment ~ CEE
A66. "Jay" or "em" attachment ~ CEE
A67. Remote features ~ MUTES
A67. Remote features ~ MUTES
A68. Aquarium fish ~ TETRA
A68. Aquarium fish ~ TETRA
A69. Go bad ~ ERR
A69. Go bad ~ ERR
A70. Church top ~ SPIRE
A70. Church top ~ SPIRE
A71. Inedible orange ~ OSAGE
A71. Inedible orange ~ OSAGE
D1. Hearing aid? ~ AMP
D1. Hearing aid? ~ AMP
D2. Prefix with classical ~ NEO
D2. Prefix with "classical" ~ NEO
D3. Not in the pink ~ ILL
D3. Not in the pink ~ ILL
D4. Portly and then some ~ OBESE
D4. Portly and then some ~ OBESE
D5. Adam and Eve lacked them ~ NAVELS
D5. Abdomen scars ~ NAVELS
D6. Check attachment ~ STUB
D6. Paycheck attachment ~ STUB
D7. Bulbed flower ~ TULIP
D7. Bulbed flower ~ TULIP
D8. Essential flower oil ~ ATTAR
D8. Essential flower oil ~ ATTAR
D9. More astute ~ KEENER
D9. More astute ~ KEENER
D10. Musket tip? ~ EER
D10. Musket tip? ~ EER
D11. Certain thief ~ CLAIMJUMPER
D11. Certain thief ~ CLAIMJUMPER
D12. Words of concurrence ~ IAGREE
D12. Words of concurrence ~ IAGREE
D13. Most fitting ~ APTEST
D13. Most fitting ~ APTEST
D18. Pyromaniac's crime ~ ARSON
D18. Pyromaniac's crime ~ ARSON
D21. Goes along with ~ HUMORS
D21. Goes along with ~ HUMORS
D22. Area and scatter ~ RUGS
D22. Area and scatter ~ RUGS
D23. Give off ~ EMIT
D23. Give off ~ EMIT
D24. Knee, sometimes ~ BABYBOUNCER
D24. Knee, sometimes ~ BABYBOUNCER
D26. Casa unit ~ SALA
D26. Casa unit ~ SALA
D29. Dull pig? ~ BOAR
D29. Dull pig? ~ BOAR
D32. Pass by, as time ~ ELAPSE
D32. Pass by, as time ~ ELAPSE
D34. Engage in a contest ~ VIE
D34. Contend ~ VIE
D35. Kind of code ~ AREA
D35. Kind of code ~ AREA
D38. Focus group? ~ EYES
D38. Focus group? ~ EYES
D41. Perry's creator ~ ERLE
D41. Perry's creator ~ ERLE
D42. Levee ~ DYKE
D42. Levee (Var.) ~ DYKE
D45. Just baked ~ FRESH
D45. Just-baked ~ FRESH
D47. Dance about ~ PRANCE
D47. Dance about ~ PRANCE
D48. Craftsman on high ~ ROOFER
D48. Craftsman on high ~ ROOFER
D49. Rise, like Silver ~ REARUP
D49. Rise, like Silver ~ REARUP
D51. All told ~ INTOTO
D51. All-told ~ INTOTO
D54. Famous violin maker ~ AMATI
D54. Famous violin maker ~ AMATI
D55. Racers Bobby or Al ~ UNSER
D55. Racers Bobby or Al ~ UNSER
D57. Uses a keyboard ~ TYPES
D57. Uses a keyboard ~ TYPES
D60. Caesar's existence ~ ESSE
D60. Caesar's existence ~ ESSE
D62. Some baseball execs. ~ GMS
D62. Some baseball execs. ~ GMS
D63. School grp. ~ PTA
D63. School grp. ~ PTA
D64. Bit of energy ~ ERG
D64. Bit of energy ~ ERG
D65. "Norma ___" ~ RAE
D65. "Norma ___" ~ RAE

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