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  • Title: "FORTUNE COOKIE" (NOVEMBER 15, 2004)
  • Author: By Joy C. Frank
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  • Title: MYSTIC PIZZA
  • Author: By Kalfi Lauder / Timothy Parker
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A1. Italian monk's title ~ FRA
A1. Org. concerned with suits ~ ABA
A4. Still to come ~ AHEAD
A4. Like the frontrunner ~ AHEAD
A9. Extreme severity ~ RIGOR
A9. Extreme severity ~ RIGOR
A14. Electrified bit ~ ION
A14. Discriminatory leader? ~ NON
A15. Marital antonym of "better" ~ WORSE
A15. Capote portrayer on Broadway ~ MORSE
A16. Worship ~ ADORE
A16. Venerate ~ ADORE
A17. Oldies evocation ~ NOSTALGIA
A17. Fondness for the past ~ NOSTALGIA
A19. Monsoon result, often ~ FLOOD
A19. Monsoon result, often ~ FLOOD
A20. Kismet kink? ~ ATWISTOFFATE
A20. Plot device, perhaps ~ ATWISTOFFATE
A22. Parasite ~ LEECH
A22. Satyric stares ~ LEERS
A23. Harris and Sullivan ~ EDS
A23. Asner and others ~ EDS
A24. Scuba supply ~ AIR
A24. Scuba supply ~ AIR
A27. Flubs ~ ERRS
A27. Withered ~ SERE
A28. Run up bills ~ SPEND
A28. Emulate a shopaholic ~ SPEND
A31. Plot size, perhaps ~ ACRE
A31. Plot size, perhaps ~ ACRE
A32. ___ mater ~ ALMA
A32. ___ mater ~ ALMA
A33. Vacation car, usually ~ RENTAL
A33. It may move you on vacation ~ RENTAL
A35. Show one's future? ~ MANIFESTDESTINY
A35. Policy of expansion ~ MANIFESTDESTINY
A40. Carol beginning ~ ADESTE
A40. Carol's first word ~ ADESTE
A41. Comfort ~ EASE
A41. Comfort ~ EASE
A42. School year division ~ TERM
A42. Contract stipulation ~ TERM
A43. Sells ~ VENDS
A43. Sells by machine ~ VENDS
A45. First name in daredevilry ~ EVEL
A45. First name in daredevilry ~ EVEL
A49. Spot to stop ~ END
A49. Spot to stop ~ END
A50. ___ X ~ GEN
A50. ___ Xer ~ GEN
A51. In need of freshening ~ STALE
A51. In need of freshening ~ STALE
A52. Lennon hit appropriate for this puzzle? ~ INSTANTKARMA
A52. Lennon hit ~ INSTANTKARMA
A56. Optimist's credo ~ CANDO
A56. Optimist's credo ~ CANDO
A59. Aberrations ~ ANOMALIES
A59. Aberrations ~ ANOMALIES
A60. Get lost! ~ SCRAM
A60. "Get lost!" ~ SCRAM
A61. Small bay ~ INLET
A61. Small bay ~ INLET
A62. I - I connector of palindromic fame ~ ERE
A62. I-I connector of palindromic fame ~ ERE
A63. Kid ~ TEASE
A63. Kid ~ TEASE
A64. Sergio of spaghetti Westerns ~ LEONE
A64. Sergio of spaghetti Westerns ~ LEONE
A65. Sound after a pin prick, perhaps ~ SSS
A65. Sound of a drop of water hitting a hot pan ~ SSS
D1. Last part ~ FINALE
D1. Historical records ~ ANNALS
D2. Fan ~ ROOTER
D2. Piggies' protector? ~ BOOTEE
D3. Response ~ ANSWER
D3. This one contains six letters ~ ANSWER
D4. Up to one's ears ~ AWASH
D4. Stack up ~ AMASS
D5. "Felix ___" (George Eliot title) ~ HOLT
D5. "Remington Steele" character Laura ~ HOLT
D6. Second word from Descartes? ~ ERGO
D6. For this reason ~ ERGO
D7. "Clueless" phrase ~ ASIF
D7. "Like that would ever happen!" ~ ASIF
D8. Overwhelm with noise ~ DEAFEN
D8. Stun with sound ~ DEAFEN
D9. River transports ~ RAFTS
D9. They go with the flow ~ RAFTS
D10. Inactive ~ IDLE
D10. Inactive ~ IDLE
D11. Sticky stuff ~ GOO
D11. Infantile remark ~ GOO
D12. Conquistador's quest ~ ORO
D12. Conquistador's quest ~ ORO
D13. Signature color of Valentine's Day ~ RED
D13. Like the Coke logo ~ RED
D18. Nervous twitches ~ TICS
D18. Country swing, perhaps ~ TIRE
D21. Postman's concern ~ ADDRESS
D21. Postman's concern ~ ADDRESS
D24. Play start ~ ACTI
D24. Play start ~ ACTI
D25. Persia, today ~ IRAN
D25. Persia, today ~ IRAN
D26. Bank (on) ~ RELY
D26. Swear by (with "on") ~ RELY
D28. Vest's lack ~ SLEEVES
D28. Vest's lack ~ SLEEVES
D29. Abbreviated afternoons ~ PMS
D29. Abbreviated afternoons ~ PMS
D30. Worm-___ (decrepit) ~ EATEN
D30. Not left over ~ EATEN
D31. Unwanted carpenter? ~ ANT
D31. Queen of the hill? ~ ANT
D32. Stern spot ~ AFT
D32. Stern spot ~ AFT
D34. Legal conclusion? ~ ESE
D34. Suffix with "Canton" and "Peking" ~ ESE
D35. Coup in a certain board game ~ MATE
D35. Coup in a certain board game ~ MATE
D36. Yemeni port ~ ADEN
D36. Most common gulf in crossword puzzles ~ ADEN
D37. Dweeb's pal ~ NERD
D37. Dweeb's pal ~ NERD
D38. Certain belief ~ ISM
D38. Certain belief ~ ISM
D39. Pop or Pops ~ DAD
D39. Pop or Pops ~ DAD
D44. Necessitate ~ ENTAIL
D44. Necessitate ~ ENTAIL
D45. Sentence ender, on occasion ~ ETAL
D45. Abbr. used by name-droppers? ~ ETAL
D46. Changes ~ VARIES
D46. Changes ~ VARIES
D47. Big name in adhesives ~ ELMERS
D47. Big name in adhesives ~ ELMERS
D48. Tenants' documents ~ LEASES
D48. Alternatives to purchases ~ LEASES
D50. Fairy-tale creature ~ GNOME
D50. Fairy-tale creature ~ GNOME
D51. Emulate Hans Brinker ~ SKATE
D51. Perform a camel spin ~ SKATE
D52. Cantor and Lupino ~ IDAS
D52. Cantor and Lupino ~ IDAS
D53. Heche in "Wag the Dog" ~ ANNE
D53. Heche in "Wag the Dog" ~ ANNE
D54. ___ contendere (court plea) ~ NOLO
D54. ___ contendere (court plea) ~ NOLO
D55. Some feds ~ TMEN
D55. Some feds ~ TMEN
D56. New Orleans' clock setting ~ CST
D56. New Orleans clock setting ~ CST
D57. Deck member ~ ACE
D57. It could be part of a deal ~ ACE
D58. Second Amendment supporter (Abbr.) ~ NRA
D58. Ulysses S. Grant org. ~ NRA

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