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  • Title: "FARE WELL" (MARCH 28, 2000)
  • Author: By Mitch Komro
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  • Title: "LIKE IT OR NOT" (JANUARY 04, 2005)
  • Author: By Mitch Komro
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  • Title: FARE GAME
  • Author: By Henry Quarters / Timothy Parker
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A1. "My teacher" in Tel Aviv ~ RABBI
A1. "My teacher" in Tel Aviv ~ RABBI
A1. Cakes with kicks ~ BABAS
A6. Vending machine reject ~ SLUG
A6. Vending machine reject ~ SLUG
A6. Vending machine reject ~ SLUG
A10. Moniker ~ NAME
A10. Moniker ~ NAME
A10. Moniker ~ NAME
A14. It has a floor but lacks a ceiling ~ OCEAN
A14. It has a floor but no ceiling ~ OCEAN
A14. Rocky prominence ~ ARETE
A15. Spanish bread? ~ PESO
A15. 100 centavos ~ PESO
A15. Uruguay currency ~ PESO
A16. Horse track shape ~ OVAL
A16. Horse track shape ~ OVAL
A16. Horse track shape ~ OVAL
A17. Tiniest ~ WEEST
A17. Tiniest ~ WEEST
A17. Stock market offering? ~ STEER
A18. "I love you _____ many ways" ~ INSO
A18. Preceder of many words? ~ INSO
A18. It often comes before many words ~ INSO
A19. Muddy the waters ~ ROIL
A19. Stir up sediment ~ ROIL
A19. Muddy the waters ~ ROIL
A20. Marked by extremes ~ FEASTORFAMINE
A20. No middle ground, successwise ~ FEASTORFAMINE
A20. Fluctuating fortunes ~ FEASTORFAMINE
A23. Phencyclidine, on the street ~ PCP
A23. Phencyclidine, on the street ~ PCP
A23. Phencyclidine, on the street ~ PCP
A25. NASA's Grissom ~ GUS
A25. Gloomy one ~ GUS
A25. Gloomy fellow ~ GUS
A26. Bearing a heavy load ~ LADEN
A26. Weighted down ~ LADEN
A26. Bearing a heavy load ~ LADEN
A27. Prophet ~ ORACLE
A27. Delphic prophet ~ ORACLE
A27. Delphi prophet ~ ORACLE
A29. Everyday ~ USUAL
A29. Kind of suspects ~ USUAL
A29. Diner order (with "the") ~ USUAL
A32. Cultural dish? ~ PETRI
A32. Type of dish ~ PETRI
A32. Cultural dish? ~ PETRI
A33. Formicary denizens ~ ANTS
A33. Pangolin's diet ~ ANTS
A33. Formicary denizens ~ ANTS
A34. Fourth notes in a scale ~ FAS
A34. Fourth notes in a scale ~ FAS
A34. Fourth notes in a scale ~ FAS
A37. "Look at me!" (with envy) ~ EATYOURHEARTOUT
A37. "Look at me!" (with envy) ~ EATYOURHEARTOUT
A37. Gloater's remark ~ EATYOURHEARTOUT
A41. "Reach for the _____!" (oater phrase) ~ SKY
A41. "Reach for the ___!" (oater phrase) ~ SKY
A41. "Reach for the ___!" (oater phrase) ~ SKY
A42. Comedian Wilson ~ FLIP
A42. "Geraldine" creator Wilson ~ FLIP
A42. Toss with a spatula ~ FLIP
A43. Trunk artery ~ AORTA
A43. Semilunar valve neighbor ~ AORTA
A43. Blood vessel that begins at the heart ~ AORTA
A44. Hooting cry of excitement ~ WHOOP
A44. Enthusiastic cry ~ WHOOP
A44. ___ it up (celebrate noisily) ~ WHOOP
A46. Sundial's essential part ~ GNOMON
A46. Sundial's essential part ~ GNOMON
A46. Sundial's shadow caster ~ GNOMON
A47. Not docked ~ ATSEA
A47. Not docked ~ ATSEA
A47. Not docked ~ ATSEA
A50. Air traffic agcy. ~ FAA
A50. Air traffic agcy. ~ FAA
A50. Air traffic agcy. ~ FAA
A51. "_____ not what your country ..." ~ ASK
A51. Cross-examine ~ ASK
A51. "___ not what your country ..." ~ ASK
A52. Do a painful but necessary thing ~ BITETHEBULLET
A52. Take painful steps ~ BITETHEBULLET
A52. Prepare for unpleasantness ~ BITETHEBULLET
A57. Like most people at 3 A.M. ~ ABED
A57. Like most people in the middle of the night ~ ABED
A57. Not yet risen ~ ABED
A58. One-time husbands ~ EXES
A58. Old flames ~ EXES
A58. There's love lost between them ~ EXES
A59. Like Bo-Peep's flock ~ OVINE
A59. Like Bo Peep's herd ~ OVINE
A59. That's just like ewe ~ OVINE
A62. Daddy, to Mr. Ed ~ SIRE
A62. English lord's address ~ SIRE
A62. Thoroughbred's poppa ~ SIRE
A63. Follows suit ~ APES
A63. "Tarzan" movie extras ~ APES
A63. Creatures studied by Goodall and Fossey ~ APES
A64. "Not on your life!" ~ NEVER
A64. "Not on your life!" ~ NEVER
A64. "Not on your life!" ~ NEVER
A65. Word with bag or out ~ HAND
A65. Word with bag or out ~ HAND
A65. Horse height unit ~ HAND
A66. Like Santa's cheeks ~ ROSY
A66. Like Santa's cheeks ~ ROSY
A66. Like Santa's cheeks ~ ROSY
A67. Famous Garbo ~ GRETA
A67. She played in "Camille" and "Ninotchka" ~ GRETA
A67. Famous Garbo ~ GRETA
D1. Plan B for a motorboater ~ ROW
D1. Ticket seat information ~ ROW
D1. ___-relief (sculpture style) ~ BAS
D2. He usually pitches game one of the World Series ~ ACE
D2. World Series game-one starter, usually ~ ACE
D2. Class with models ~ ART
D3. It has fast food's highest rate of turnover? ~ BEEFPATTY
D3. It has a high rate of turnover? ~ BEEFPATTY
D3. It has a high rate of turnover ~ BEEFPATTY
D4. Statue part ~ BASE
D4. Runner's objective ~ BASE
D4. To___(precisely) ~ ATEE
D5. Incised carving ~ INTAGLIO
D5. Printing that uses an engraved plate ~ INTAGLIO
D5. Harem ~ SERAGLIO
D6. Roasting rods ~ SPITS
D6. Roasting rods ~ SPITS
D6. Roasting rods ~ SPITS
D7. Letterman rival ~ LENO
D7. He closely follows the news ~ LENO
D7. Letterman rival ~ LENO
D8. SALT participant ~ USSR
D8. SALT participant ~ USSR
D8. SALT participant ~ USSR
D9. Silly goose ~ GOOF
D9. Waste time (with "off") ~ GOOF
D9. Silly goose ~ GOOF
D10. Everyday ~ NORMAL
D10. 98.6? ~ NORMAL
D10. Common ~ NORMAL
D11. Steer clear of ~ AVOID
D11. Steer clear of ~ AVOID
D11. Sidestep ~ AVOID
D12. Stephen King writes here ~ MAINE
D12. Stephen King story locale ~ MAINE
D12. Stephen King writes here ~ MAINE
D13. Barkin or Zwilich ~ ELLEN
D13. First name in talk show hosts ~ ELLEN
D13. Barkin or Zwilich ~ ELLEN
D21. Prefer charges ~ SUE
D21. Proceed against ~ SUE
D21. Look for damages ~ SUE
D22. Words after pie and before mode ~ ALA
D22. Menu phrase ~ ALA
D22. Cookbook phrase ~ ALA
D23. Clement V and Gregory VII ~ POPES
D23. Clement V and Gregory VII ~ POPES
D23. They're elected in conclaves ~ POPES
D24. Sound of old floorboards ~ CREAK
D24. Ghostly sound ~ CREAK
D24. Old floorboard sound ~ CREAK
D28. Rend the air ~ CRY
D28. Rend the air ~ CRY
D28. Rend the air ~ CRY
D29. Not cool ~ UNHIP
D29. Not cool ~ UNHIP
D29. Not cool ~ UNHIP
D30. "_____ right up!" (barker's shout) ~ STEP
D30. Small progress ~ STEP
D30. Porch adjunct ~ STEP
D31. Where Bruce Springsteen was born ~ USA
D31. Where Bruce Springsteen was born ~ USA
D31. NAFTA signer ~ USA
D33. Woody Guthrie's heir ~ ARLO
D33. Woody Guthrie's heir ~ ARLO
D33. Woody Guthrie's heir ~ ARLO
D34. Developmental (as years) ~ FORMATIVE
D34. Developmental (as years) ~ FORMATIVE
D34. Developmental (as years) ~ FORMATIVE
D35. Jaguar and Colt ~ AUTOS
D35. Lemons or cream puffs ~ AUTOS
D35. Rush hour accumulation ~ AUTOS
D36. Assaulted the nostrils ~ STANK
D36. Assaulted the nostrils ~ STANK
D36. Performed awfully ~ STANK
D38. Strange sighting in the night sky ~ UFO
D38. Strange sighting in the night sky ~ UFO
D38. Strange sighting in the night sky ~ UFO
D39. Made an exit ~ RANALONG
D39. Made an exit ~ RANALONG
D39. Skedaddled ~ RANALONG
D40. Likewise ~ TOO
D40. Likewise ~ TOO
D40. Likewise ~ TOO
D44. Removed, with "out" ~ WEEDED
D44. Did a gardening chore ~ WEEDED
D44. Tended one's garden ~ WEEDED
D45. This clue's answer may be over your head ~ HAT
D45. Panama or cowboy ~ HAT
D45. Part of a Santa costume ~ HAT
D46. 128 oz. ~ GAL
D46. 128 oz. ~ GAL
D46. One in pigtails ~ GAL
D47. Destroy one's self-confidence ~ ABASH
D47. Cause embarrassment to ~ ABASH
D47. Destroy one's self-confidence ~ ABASH
D48. Fibula's companion ~ TIBIA
D48. Femur-foot link ~ TIBIA
D48. Fibula's companion ~ TIBIA
D49. Iron-fisted ~ STERN
D49. Iron-fisted ~ STERN
D49. Iron-fisted ~ STERN
D50. Fastidious ~ FUSSY
D50. Fastidious ~ FUSSY
D50. Fastidious ~ FUSSY
D53. Catch wind of ~ HEAR
D53. Catch wind of ~ HEAR
D53. Catch wind of ~ HEAR
D54. Major leaguer in Canada ~ EXPO
D54. Former player in Canada ~ EXPO
D54. Industry showcase ~ EXPO
D55. "The _____ knees" (the cat's meow) ~ BEES
D55. Spelling and quilting ~ BEES
D55. Flower fanciers ~ BEES
D56. Word with more and lasting ~ EVER
D56. Lasting introduction ~ EVER
D56. Incessantly ~ EVER
D60. Fisherman's profit? ~ NET
D60. Fisherman's profit? ~ NET
D60. Aquarium implement ~ NET
D61. Victorian, for one ~ ERA
D61. Victorian, for one ~ ERA
D61. Reagan or Christian ~ ERA

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