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  • Title: "TARGET PRACTICE" (DECEMBER 01, 2004)
  • Author: By Ron Halverson
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  • Title: TAKE YOUR BEST SHOT
  • Author: By Cole Hans / Timothy Parker
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A1. Inlet at the shore ~ COVE
A1. Edible pocket ~ PITA
A5. Attention-getting sounds ~ AHEMS
A5. Frog removers? ~ AHEMS
A10. Open, but just ~ AJAR
A10. Open, but just ~ AJAR
A14. Dedicatory poems ~ ODES
A14. Rumpuses ~ ADOS
A15. Buick fit for a king? ~ REGAL
A15. Buick fit for a king? ~ REGAL
A16. Closeout, e.g. ~ SALE
A16. Closeout, e.g. ~ SALE
A17. READY ~ POISEDFORACTION
A17. Ready ~ POISEDFORACTION
A20. Coastal flier ~ ERN
A20. Hoarder's goal ~ ALL
A21. 1969 World Series champs ~ METS
A21. 1969 World Series champs ~ METS
A22. In need of laundering ~ SOILED
A22. In need of laundering ~ SOILED
A23. Storage compartments ~ BINS
A23. Storage compartments ~ BINS
A24. Reduce to carbon ~ CHAR
A24. Blacken on the grill ~ CHAR
A25. Blue shade ~ COBALT
A25. Blue shade ~ COBALT
A28. It may be followed ~ SUIT
A28. It may be followed ~ SUIT
A29. Part of a dehumidifier ~ PAN
A29. Part of a dehumidifier ~ PAN
A32. One might stand up in court ~ ALIBI
A32. One might stand up in court ~ ALIBI
A33. Livestock abode ~ BARN
A33. Livestock abode ~ BARN
A34. Davenport ~ SOFA
A34. Davenport ~ SOFA
A35. AIM ~ SETYOURSIGHTSON
A35. Aim at ~ SETYOURSIGHTSON
A38. Family follower ~ TIES
A38. Binding material ~ TIES
A39. Something that smells? ~ NOSE
A39. Something that smells? ~ NOSE
A40. "Keep your ___ the ball!" ~ EYEON
A40. "Keep your ___ the ball!" ~ EYEON
A41. Two of nine? ~ ENS
A41. Two of nine? ~ ENS
A42. Its password was Mickey Mouse ~ DDAY
A42. Time of reckoning ~ DDAY
A43. How Yul Brynner acted? ~ BALDLY
A43. How Yul Brynner acted? ~ BALDLY
A44. "They ___ With Their Boots On" (1941) ~ DIED
A44. Went over like a lead balloon ~ DIED
A45. Baldwin's center ~ CORE
A45. McIntosh discard ~ CORE
A46. More in need ~ POORER
A46. Lower-income ~ POORER
A49. Like an academic point ~ MOOT
A49. Like an academic point ~ MOOT
A50. Ginger adjunct ~ ALE
A50. Ginger adjunct ~ ALE
A53. FIRE ~ SHOOTFROMTHEHIP
A53. Fire ~ SHOOTFROMTHEHIP
A56. Enjoys brandy ~ SIPS
A56. Tries the wine ~ SIPS
A57. Like a graveyard at midnight ~ EERIE
A57. Like a graveyard at midnight ~ EERIE
A58. Sacrum or radius ~ BONE
A58. Sacrum or radius ~ BONE
A59. Attempt at a carnival booth ~ TOSS
A59. Attempt at a carnival booth ~ TOSS
A60. Word with folk or tap ~ DANCE
A60. School function ~ DANCE
A61. Several bits ~ BYTE
A61. Several bits ~ BYTE
D1. Overcome difficulties ~ COPE
D1. What a junior might call a senior ~ PAPA
D2. Redolence ~ ODOR
D2. Elvis, to some ~ IDOL
D3. Ore deposit ~ VEIN
D3. "Double, double, ___ and trouble" ~ TOIL
D4. Ending for heir or steward ~ ESS
D4. Obstinate equine ~ ASS
D5. Impassioned ~ ARDENT
D5. Impassioned ~ ARDENT
D6. Tests the weight ~ HEFTS
D6. Tests the weight of ~ HEFTS
D7. They cause swelling of the head ~ EGOS
D7. They cause swelling of the head ~ EGOS
D8. Make a dent in ~ MAR
D8. Blemish the finish of ~ MAR
D9. Cutting, as prices ~ SLASHING
D9. Cutting, as prices ~ SLASHING
D10. Not inactive ~ ASTIR
D10. Like households after daybreak ~ ASTIR
D11. Place to hear crime stories ~ JAIL
D11. Place to hear crime stories ~ JAIL
D12. Lily family relative ~ ALOE
D12. Lily family relative ~ ALOE
D13. Tear apart ~ REND
D13. Tear apart ~ REND
D18. Martin Sheen's son ~ EMILIO
D18. Martin Sheen's son ~ EMILIO
D19. Paint unit ~ COAT
D19. Paint unit ~ COAT
D23. "___ Day Out" (1994) ~ BABYS
D23. ___ breath (flower) ~ BABYS
D24. Irene, Marie or Pierre ~ CURIE
D24. Irene, Marie or Pierre ~ CURIE
D25. Social class ~ CASTE
D25. Social class ~ CASTE
D26. Vegetable oil component ~ OLEIN
D26. Vegetable oil component ~ OLEIN
D27. Sinks one's teeth into ~ BITES
D27. On-the-go meals ~ BITES
D28. Irreverent ~ SASSY
D28. Out of line, in a way ~ SASSY
D29. Watched the birdie ~ POSED
D29. Watched the birdie ~ POSED
D30. "___ and his money ..." ~ AFOOL
D30. "___ and his money ..." ~ AFOOL
D31. Many a pram pusher ~ NANNY
D31. Many a pram pusher ~ NANNY
D33. Expansive ~ BROAD
D33. Expansive ~ BROAD
D34. Arrange hair ~ STYLE
D34. Baroque or rococo, e.g. ~ STYLE
D36. Half-starved ~ UNDERFED
D36. Half-starved ~ UNDERFED
D37. Fireplace floor ~ HEARTH
D37. Fireplace floor ~ HEARTH
D42. Nutritional regimen ~ DIET
D42. Nutritional regimen ~ DIET
D43. Knitted shoe ~ BOOTEE
D43. Knitted shoe ~ BOOTEE
D44. Smelting residue ~ DROSS
D44. Smelting residue ~ DROSS
D45. Word with strip or book ~ COMIC
D45. Word with "strip" or "book" ~ COMIC
D46. Subdued attention getter ~ PSST
D46. Subdued attention-getter ~ PSST
D47. Part of B&O ~ OHIO
D47. Part of B&O ~ OHIO
D48. "Sorry 'bout that!" ~ OOPS
D48. "Sorry 'bout that!" ~ OOPS
D49. Early hours, poetically ~ MORN
D49. Early hours, poetically ~ MORN
D50. Nautical salute ~ AHOY
D50. Bluejacket's hail ~ AHOY
D51. Pocket fluff ~ LINT
D51. It may be caught in a trap ~ LINT
D52. Blunt sword ~ EPEE
D52. Of-fence-ive weapon? ~ EPEE
D54. Stephen of "The Crying Game" ~ REA
D54. Stephen of "The Crying Game" ~ REA
D55. Partner of flow ~ EBB
D55. Partner of flow ~ EBB

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