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  • Title: "DYNAMIC DUOS" (NOVEMBER 24, 2004)
  • Author: By Elizabeth C. Gorski
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  • Author: By Edgar Vanes / Timothy Parker
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A1. Per person ~ EACH
A1. Prison blade ~ SHIV
A5. Bowler's edge ~ BRIM
A5. Bowler's edge ~ BRIM
A9. Some elephants or whales ~ COWS
A9. Some elephants or whales ~ COWS
A13. Staff leader? ~ GCLEF
A13. Rare instrumental grouping ~ NONET
A15. Shake off, as a shadow ~ LOSE
A15. Shake off, as a shadow ~ LOSE
A16. Aahs' go-withs ~ OOHS
A16. Awe-some sounds ~ OOHS
A17. Asteroids maker ~ ATARI
A17. Short-tailed lemur ~ INDRI
A18. "Amo, amas, ___" ~ AMAT
A18. "Amo, amas, ___" ~ AMAT
A19. Big guns ~ UZIS
A19. Israeli automatics ~ UZIS
A20. One of two involved with rackets ~ DOUBLESPARTNER
A20. One raising a racket? ~ DOUBLESPARTNER
A23. "Modern Maturity" audience, briefly ~ SRS
A23. Before, either way ~ ERE
A24. It does a bang-up job ~ TNT
A24. Blaster's need ~ TNT
A25. Mackinaw, for one ~ COAT
A25. Laminate ~ COAT
A26. Hurts like heck ~ THROBS
A26. Beats rapidly ~ THROBS
A28. Ski resort fixtures ~ TBARS
A28. Ski resort fixtures ~ TBARS
A32. "To Live and Die ___" ~ INLA
A32. "To Live and Die ___" ~ INLA
A35. Four-kind connector ~ OFA
A35. "The good old U.S. ____" ~ OFA
A36. Second smallest Teletubby ~ LAALAA
A36. Second smallest Teletubby ~ LAALAA
A37. Cut-ups in sewing class ~ PAIRSOFSCISSORS
A37. They're real cut-ups ~ PAIRSOFSCISSORS
A40. Type of play ~ ONEACT
A40. Type of play ~ ONEACT
A41. 100 percent ~ ALL
A41. Inclusive word ~ ALL
A42. "Take ___ a compliment" ~ ITAS
A42. "Take ___ it comes" ~ ITAS
A43. "Hawaii Five-O" nickname ~ DANNO
A43. "Hawaii Five-O" nickname ~ DANNO
A44. Irrigation device ~ SLUICE
A44. Floodgate ~ SLUICE
A46. Driver's hello, maybe ~ TOOT
A46. Drinking binge ~ TOOT
A48. Bering or Formosa (Abbr.) ~ STR
A48. Bering, for one, briefly ~ STR
A49. Unfeeling fellow ~ CAD
A49. Unfeeling fellow ~ CAD
A52. Counseling for some terrible twos? ~ COUPLESTHERAPY
A52. Hope for terrible twos? ~ COUPLESTHERAPY
A56. Bobbysoxer, for one ~ GIRL
A56. Sugar and spice container? ~ GIRL
A57. Unusual shoe spec ~ EEEE
A57. Clown shoe width ~ EEEE
A58. Contour feather ~ PENNA
A58. Contour feather ~ PENNA
A59. Gillette product ~ ATRA
A59. Gillette razor product ~ ATRA
A60. Polish border river ~ ODER
A60. Polish border river ~ ODER
A61. Suffix for open or rear ~ ENDED
A61. Suffix for "open" or "rear" ~ ENDED
A62. Pickle, so to speak ~ MESS
A62. Shambles ~ MESS
A63. Armenia and Georgia, once (Abbr.) ~ SSRS
A63. Armenia and Georgia, once (Abbr.) ~ SSRS
A64. "___ I say, not ..." ~ DOAS
A64. "___ I say, not ..." ~ DOAS
D1. Cry from Jeeves ~ EGADS
D1. Insinuatingly derogatory ~ SNIDE
D2. One with parts ~ ACTOR
D2. West Point motto word ~ HONOR
D3. Name on seasonal mail ~ CLAUS
D3. ___ time (eventually) ~ INDUE
D4. Food seasoning ~ HERB
D4. Predicate part ~ VERB
D5. Rocket launching ~ BLASTOFF
D5. One follower? ~ BLASTOFF
D6. Effortless win ~ ROMP
D6. Effortless win ~ ROMP
D7. "Almost Paradise" author Susan ~ ISAACS
D7. "Magic Hour" novelist Susan ~ ISAACS
D8. Urban newspaper section ~ METRO
D8. Urban newspaper section ~ METRO
D9. Legendary bandleader ~ COUNTBASIE
D9. Bandleader of the Barons of Rhythm ~ COUNTBASIE
D10. Exude slowly ~ OOZE
D10. Exude slowly ~ OOZE
D11. Vibratory sound ~ WHIR
D11. Fan noise ~ WHIR
D12. Sound at a fish fry ~ SSS
D12. Pressure cooker's sound ~ SSS
D14. Chimney sweep's take ~ FILTH
D14. Cultivated land ~ TILTH
D21. Implant securely ~ ENROOT
D21. Implant securely ~ ENROOT
D22. Socialites' signoffs ~ TATAS
D22. British byes ~ TATAS
D26. Some "creepy" Halloween decorations ~ TARANTULAS
D26. Large hairy spiders ~ TARANTULAS
D27. ___ metabolism rate ~ BASAL
D27. ___ metabolism rate ~ BASAL
D29. Tons ~ ALOT
D29. Tons ~ ALOT
D30. ___ avis ~ RARA
D30. ___ avis ~ RARA
D31. Fresh talk ~ SASS
D31. Disrespect verbally ~ SASS
D32. Apple for an audiophile ~ IPOD
D32. Apple's music player ~ IPOD
D33. "Peter Pan" pooch ~ NANA
D33. "Peter Pan" pooch ~ NANA
D34. Bank claim ~ LIEN
D34. Bank claim ~ LIEN
D36. Frasier's ex-wife ~ LILITH
D36. Frasier's ex-wife ~ LILITH
D38. Inside story ~ SCOOP
D38. Ice-cream utensil ~ SCOOP
D39. Close groups of stars ~ CLUSTERS
D39. Close groups of stars ~ CLUSTERS
D44. Horse farm sights ~ STEEDS
D44. Horse farm sights ~ STEEDS
D45. French pancake ~ CREPE
D45. French pancake ~ CREPE
D47. Refrigerator sticks ~ OLEOS
D47. Refrigerator sticks ~ OLEOS
D49. Confident, as an attitude ~ CANDO
D49. Confident, as an attitude ~ CANDO
D50. Breathing anomaly ~ APNEA
D50. Breathing anomaly ~ APNEA
D51. Duos, dynamic or not ~ DYADS
D51. Groups of two ~ DYADS
D52. Quote as an authority ~ CITE
D52. Refer to ~ CITE
D53. Benjamin and Bobby ~ ORRS
D53. Hockey's Bobby and cartoonist Carey ~ ORRS
D54. Fortune hunter? ~ SEER
D54. Lifeline reader ~ SEER
D55. Tear apart ~ REND
D55. Tear apart ~ REND
D56. Shapely leg, in slang ~ GAM
D56. Shapely leg, in slang ~ GAM

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