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  • Title: "HUH?" (SEPTEMBER 10, 2003)
  • Author: By Holden Baker
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  • Title: WHATS WHAT?
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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A1. Wild party ~ BASH
A1. No small party ~ BASH
A5. Big brother? ~ ABBOT
A5. Be a brat ~ ACTUP
A10. Ticklish doll ~ ELMO
A10. Giggly Muppet monster ~ ELMO
A14. "Little Caesar" role for Edward G. Robinson ~ RICO
A14. "Copacabana" antagonist ~ RICO
A15. 1944 Otto Preminger film ~ LAURA
A15. Almost ready for the tooth fairy ~ LOOSE
A16. Diamond, Young or Simon ~ NEIL
A16. "Heart of Gold" singer Young ~ NEIL
A17. Huh? ~ IDONTUNDERSTAND
A17. "Huh?" ~ IDONTUNDERSTAND
A20. Valued highly ~ ESTEEMED
A20. My-colleagues link ~ ESTEEMED
A21. Fireplace utensils ~ TONGS
A21. Fireplace utensils ~ TONGS
A22. Start for Jose or Diego ~ SAN
A22. ___ Pablo, Calif. ~ SAN
A23. Business association ~ FIRM
A23. Not negotiable ~ FIRM
A25. Huh? ~ WHATSITALLABOUT
A25. "Huh?" ~ WHATSITALLABOUT
A33. Oscar-winner Berry ~ HALLE
A33. Oscar winner Berry ~ HALLE
A34. Post of etiquette fame ~ EMILY
A34. Post of etiquette fame ~ EMILY
A35. Abbr. on a ticket ~ MPH
A35. Abbr. on a ticket ~ MPH
A36. One way to stand by ~ IDLY
A36. One way to stand by ~ IDLY
A37. Obligations ~ DEBTS
A37. Obligations ~ DEBTS
A38. Fixed charge ~ RATE
A38. Fixed charge ~ RATE
A39. Muscle car initials ~ GTO
A39. Bygone Pontiac muscle car ~ GTO
A40. Frenzied ~ MANIC
A40. Frenzied ~ MANIC
A41. What ibn means ~ SONOF
A41. Start of many sequel titles ~ SONOF
A42. Huh? ~ SOWHATSTHEPOINT
A42. "Huh?" ~ SOWHATSTHEPOINT
A45. Follow a command ~ OBEY
A45. Follow a command ~ OBEY
A46. "___ Poetica" (Horace) ~ ARS
A46. "___ Poetica" (Horace) ~ ARS
A47. "Don't ___ me, I voted for ..." ~ BLAME
A47. "Don't ___ me, I voted for ..." ~ BLAME
A50. Absolutely certain ~ POSITIVE
A50. Absolutely certain ~ POSITIVE
A55. Huh? ~ ISTILLDONTGETIT
A55. "Huh?" ~ ISTILLDONTGETIT
A58. Source of some lows ~ BARN
A58. Building near a silo ~ BARN
A59. Supplement ~ ADDTO
A59. Supplement ~ ADDTO
A60. Monopoly payment ~ RENT
A60. Monopoly payment ~ RENT
A61. Obedience-school word ~ STAY
A61. Obedience-school word ~ STAY
A62. Elementary atomic particle ~ MESON
A62. Subatomic particle ~ MESON
A63. Captain Hook's sidekick ~ SMEE
A63. "Peter Pan" baddie ~ SMEE
D1. Yuppie cheese ~ BRIE
D1. Spreadable cheese ~ BRIE
D2. Helps out ~ AIDS
D2. Doesn't just stand by ~ AIDS
D3. Sean Connery, by birth ~ SCOT
D3. Robert Louis Stevenson, e.g. ~ SCOT
D4. "To tell the truth ..." ~ HONESTLY
D4. "To tell the truth ..." ~ HONESTLY
D5. Homecoming returnees ~ ALUMNI
D5. They used to have class ~ ALUMNI
D6. Ruinous agent ~ BANE
D6. It gets a scoop or two ~ CONE
D7. Melville's foretopman ~ BUDD
D7. Sondheim's barber ~ TODD
D8. Pitchblende, e.g. ~ ORE
D8. Wear and tear ~ USE
D9. Smoker's amassment ~ TAR
D9. Apportionment word ~ PER
D10. Inter ~ ENTOMB
D10. Inter ~ ENTOMB
D11. Mean partner ~ LEAN
D11. Mean partner ~ LEAN
D12. Chinese dynasty (1368-1644) ~ MING
D12. Chinese dynasty (1368-1644) ~ MING
D13. Contemporary of Ford ~ OLDS
D13. Contemporary of Ford ~ OLDS
D18. Beleaguer ~ TEASE
D18. Add body to a do ~ TEASE
D19. Go away from the fold ~ STRAY
D19. Go away from the fold ~ STRAY
D23. Hog side ~ FLITCH
D23. Side of bacon ~ FLITCH
D24. Malaises ~ ILLS
D24. Malaises ~ ILLS
D25. Tories' opponents ~ WHIGS
D25. Tories' opponents ~ WHIGS
D26. "It ___ Be You" ~ HADTO
D26. "It ___ Be You" ~ HADTO
D27. Concede ~ ALLOW
D27. Concede ~ ALLOW
D28. Diminutive ~ TEENSY
D28. Diminutive ~ TEENSY
D29. External boundary ~ AMBIT
D29. Boundary ~ AMBIT
D30. Yemeni neighbor ~ OMANI
D30. Yemeni's neighbor ~ OMANI
D31. "The Jungle" author Sinclair ~ UPTON
D31. Writer Sinclair ~ UPTON
D32. Cause of shrinkage ~ THEFT
D32. Cause of shrinkage ~ THEFT
D37. Watch feature, perhaps ~ DATE
D37. Word with "blind" or "double" ~ DATE
D38. Farm alarms ~ ROOSTERS
D38. Farm alarms ~ ROOSTERS
D40. Lady with a dream in a Louis Armstrong tune ~ MABEL
D40. Lady with a dream in a Louis Armstrong tune ~ MABEL
D41. Bit of parsley ~ SPRIG
D41. Bit of parsley ~ SPRIG
D43. Grits stuff ~ HOMINY
D43. Grits stuff, sometimes ~ HOMINY
D44. Singer Sheena ~ EASTON
D44. Singer Sheena ~ EASTON
D47. Toddlers' garb ~ BIBS
D47. Chow catchers ~ BIBS
D48. Exam for a would-be D.A. ~ LSAT
D48. Exam for a would-be DA ~ LSAT
D49. Gillette product ~ ATRA
D49. Gillette product ~ ATRA
D50. Okra units ~ PODS
D50. Okra units ~ PODS
D51. Not taken in by ~ ONTO
D51. Not taken in by ~ ONTO
D52. It's on the agenda ~ ITEM
D52. It's on the agenda ~ ITEM
D53. Liana ~ VINE
D53. Liana, e.g. ~ VINE
D54. Luncheon conclusion? ~ ETTE
D54. Luncheon conclusion? ~ ETTE
D56. On the ___ (hiding out) ~ LAM
D56. On the ___ (hiding out) ~ LAM
D57. JFK's predecessor ~ DDE
D57. J.F.K.'s predecessor ~ DDE

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