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  • Title: "HIT THE JACKPOT" (NOVEMBER 28, 2004)
  • Author: By Ernest Lampert
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  • Title: EARN YOUR KEEP
  • Author: By Elmore Gay / Timothy Parker
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A1. ___ capita ~ PER
A1. "Pygmalion" author's initials ~ GBS
A4. Supersonic planes ~ SSTS
A4. Certain planes (Abbr.) ~ SSTS
A8. Industrial-strength air? ~ SMOG
A8. Air pollutant ~ SMOG
A12. CEO, for one ~ EXEC
A12. Felons flout them ~ LAWS
A14. Be patient ~ WAIT
A14. What a raised index finger might mean ~ WAIT
A15. Chilling, in a way ~ EERIE
A15. Chilling, in a way ~ EERIE
A16. ___ helmet (safari wear) ~ PITH
A16. "... and step ___!" ~ ONIT
A17. Sicilian landmark known for blowing its stack ~ ETNA
A17. Sicilian landmark known for blowing its stack ~ ETNA
A18. Flip choice ~ TAILS
A18. Flip choice ~ TAILS
A19. Hit the jackpot ~ STRIKEITRICH
A19. Clean up, in a way ~ STRIKEITRICH
A22. Sequesters ~ ISOLATES
A22. Gypsum and aluminite, for two ~ SULFATES
A23. Aquanauts' haunt ~ SEALAB
A23. Aquanauts' haunt ~ SEALAB
A27. Textile colorer ~ DYE
A27. Caustic soapmaking compound ~ LYE
A28. Disentangle ~ UNTWINE
A28. Disentangle ~ UNTWINE
A29. Hit the jackpot ~ LINEONESPOCKETS
A29. Win the lottery, e.g. ~ LINEONESPOCKETS
A34. Access ending ~ ORY
A34. Direct conclusion? ~ ORY
A35. Former French toast recipient? ~ ROI
A35. Former French toast recipient? ~ ROI
A36. Take the right course ~ GEE
A36. Take the right course ~ GEE
A37. Hit the jackpot ~ FEATHERONESNEST
A37. Get a ton of money ~ FEATHERONESNEST
A44. Network news stars ~ ANCHORS
A44. Network news deliverers ~ ANCHORS
A45. Mu ___ pork ~ SHU
A45. Mu ___ pork ~ SHU
A46. Assume, as a responsibility ~ TAKEON
A46. Assume, as a responsibility ~ TAKEON
A47. Former fast-food restaurants ~ AUTOMATS
A47. Restaurants with vending machines ~ AUTOMATS
A52. Hit the jackpot ~ BREAKTHEBANK
A52. Win more than a jackpot ~ BREAKTHEBANK
A54. Hits were found here ~ SIDEA
A54. First half of an album ~ SIDEA
A57. ___-dieu (kneeling bench) ~ PRIE
A57. ___-dieu (kneeling bench) ~ PRIE
A58. Back side of a switch ~ EROO
A58. Slangy suffix with "smack" or "sock" ~ EROO
A59. Opulent ~ PLUSH
A59. Curbside pickup ~ TRASH
A60. Hardware item ~ BOLT
A60. It goes with a nut ~ BOLT
A61. They're sometimes connected ~ DOTS
A61. Kids connect them ~ DOTS
A62. Kind of step or soldier ~ FOOT
A62. ___ packing (dismissed) ~ SENT
A63. Snick or ___ ~ SNEE
A63. Snick or ___ ~ SNEE
A64. Bk. after Ezra ~ NEH
A64. OT book after Ezra ~ NEH
D1. Slice maker ~ PEPSI
D1. Lip protection ~ GLOSS
D2. They permit escapes ~ EXITS
D2. Group of African languages ~ BANTU
D3. Kind of rocket ~ RETRO
D3. Certain ice cream feature ~ SWIRL
D4. Add, as to the pot ~ SWEETEN
D4. Add, as to the pot ~ SWEETEN
D5. French composer Erik ~ SATIE
D5. French composer Erik ~ SATIE
D6. Salon applications ~ TINTS
D6. Automotive window treatments ~ TINTS
D7. Reviewer's unit ~ STAR
D7. Reviewer's unit ~ STAR
D8. Seattle pro ~ SEAHAWK
D8. Seattle pro ~ SEAHAWK
D9. CAT scan alternative ~ MRI
D9. CAT scan alternative ~ MRI
D10. Wildcat strike ~ OIL
D10. Wildcat strike ~ OIL
D11. Some TVs and appliances ~ GES
D11. Some TVs and appliances ~ GES
D13. Byron's Harold ~ CHILDE
D13. Archie's admonition to Edith ~ STIFLE
D15. And other things too numerous to mention ~ ETCETC
D15. And other things too numerous to mention ~ ETCETC
D20. Smashing boxing victory ~ KAYO
D20. Smashing boxing victory ~ KAYO
D21. "There ___ joy in Mudville ..." ~ ISNO
D21. "But there ___ joy in Mudville ..." ~ ISNO
D24. Medieval subject ~ LIEGE
D24. Monarch's loyal subject ~ LIEGE
D25. Poker payments ~ ANTES
D25. Upfront poker payments ~ ANTES
D26. Decorate lavishly with gems ~ BESET
D26. Came at from all sides ~ BESET
D28. Words before arms or smoke ~ UPIN
D28. Words before "arms" or "smoke" ~ UPIN
D29. Dietetic, on packages ~ LOFAT
D29. Dietetic, on packages ~ LOFAT
D30. "The Faerie Queene" character ~ IRENA
D30. "The Faerie Queene" character ~ IRENA
D31. Town on the Hudson ~ NYACK
D31. New York City suburb on the Hudson ~ NYACK
D32. Is mistaken ~ ERRS
D32. Is mistaken ~ ERRS
D33. Great Lakes canals ~ SOO
D33. Great Lakes canals ~ SOO
D38. Words before "things in life are free" ~ THEBEST
D38. Words before "things in life are free" ~ THEBEST
D39. Word after two hips (Var.) ~ HOORAH
D39. Word after two hips ~ HOORAH
D40. Fishing bird ~ ERNE
D40. Bald eagle's cousin ~ ERNE
D41. Art lover (Var.) ~ ESTHETE
D41. Art lover (Var.) ~ ESTHETE
D42. Nursery-rhyme residence ~ SHOE
D42. Site of Maxwell Smart's phone ~ SHOE
D43. Given Novocain ~ NUMBED
D43. Given Novocain ~ NUMBED
D47. Tired town? ~ AKRON
D47. Tired town in Ohio? ~ AKRON
D48. Of value ~ UTILE
D48. Of value ~ UTILE
D49. Ruth topper Hank ~ AARON
D49. Brother of Moses ~ AARON
D50. Savings vehicle, briefly ~ TNOTE
D50. Government-issued bond ~ TNOTE
D51. Smidgen, slangily ~ SKOSH
D51. Little bit ~ SKOSH
D53. Alerts, for short ~ APBS
D53. Police alerts, for short ~ APBS
D54. Sunscreen abbr. ~ SPF
D54. Many cross aves. ~ STS
D55. UN working conditions agcy. ~ ILO
D55. Intense wrath ~ IRE
D56. One is dynamic ~ DUO
D56. Blocker of "Bonanza" ~ DAN

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