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  • Title: "BEDTIME NEEDS?" (SEPTEMBER 11, 2000)
  • Author: By Gregory E. Paul
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  • Title: "GOOD READING" (JUNE 05, 2001)
  • Author: By Gregory E. Paul
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  • Title: NOW I LAY ME DOWN ...
  • Author: By John Sherwood / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: READING IS FUNDAMENTAL
  • Author: By Hank Dellman / Timothy Parker
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A1. Gong sound ~ BONG
A1. Gong sound ~ BONG
A1. Places for lowing ~ LEAS
A1. Honey bunch? ~ BEES
A5. Computer image ~ ICON
A5. Holy image ~ ICON
A5. Computer image ~ ICON
A5. Basin blocker ~ CLOG
A9. Underground explorer ~ CAVER
A9. Yielded to pressure ~ CAVED
A9. Troglodytes' homes ~ CAVES
A9. Underground explorer ~ CAVER
A14. Demon's doing ~ EVIL
A14. Demons do it ~ EVIL
A14. Not up to much ~ IDLE
A14. Linchpin's setting ~ AXLE
A15. Type of model ~ ROLE
A15. Word with model or play ~ ROLE
A15. Type of model ~ ROLE
A15. Bereft ~ LORN
A16. Mexican president Manuel _____ Camacho ~ AVILA
A16. St. Teresa's town ~ AVILA
A16. Mexican president Manuel ~ AVILA
A16. St. Teresa's birthplace ~ AVILA
A17. Sandwich filler ~ TUNA
A17. Kind of casserole ~ TUNA
A17. Yuletide visitors ~ MAGI
A17. Hope/Crosby film destination ~ BALI
A18. Likelihood ~ ODDS
A18. Likelihood ~ ODDS
A18. Likelihood ~ ODDS
A18. Early South American empire ~ INCA
A19. Best Picture winner, 1976 ~ ROCKY
A19. Stallone's Best Picture ~ ROCKY
A19. Best Picture winner, 1976 ~ ROCKY
A19. Best Picture winner of 1976 ~ ROCKY
A20. Steven Spielberg TV anthology ~ AMAZINGSTORIES
A20. Spielberg TV anthology ~ AMAZINGSTORIES
A20. Spielberg TV anthology ~ AMAZINGSTORIES
A20. Spielberg TV anthology ~ AMAZINGSTORIES
A23. Canal of renown ~ ERIE
A23. Pennsylvania city, or its lake ~ ERIE
A23. Canal of renown ~ ERIE
A23. Canal of renown ~ ERIE
A24. Purge ~ RID
A24. Purge ~ RID
A24. Purge ~ RID
A24. Unburden ~ RID
A25. It may be pulled or bent ~ EAR
A25. One place to find a hammer ~ EAR
A25. It may be pulled or bent ~ EAR
A25. Sympathetic attention ~ EAR
A28. Estate extent ~ ACREAGE
A28. Real estate ~ ACREAGE
A28. Estate extent ~ ACREAGE
A28. Estate extent ~ ACREAGE
A31. Gibraltar resident ~ APE
A31. Mighty Joe Young, for one ~ APE
A31. Do an impression of ~ APE
A31. Bonobo, e.g. ~ APE
A34. Travel method ~ TRAIN
A34. Travel method ~ TRAIN
A34. Travel method ~ TRAIN
A34. Travel method ~ TRAIN
A36. DDS's group ~ ADA
A36. Oral surgeon's org. ~ ADA
A36. D.D.S.'s group ~ ADA
A36. Vladimir Nabokov novel ~ ADA
A37. "Take _____ from me!" (Here's some advice) ~ ATIP
A37. "Take _____ from me" ("Here's my advice") ~ ATIP
A37. "Take ___ from me ... plastics!" ~ ATIP
A37. "Take ___ from me!" ("Here's some advice") ~ ATIP
A38. Wendy Wasserstein play (with "The") ~ HEIDICHRONICLES
A38. Wendy Wasserstein play (with "The") ~ HEIDICHRONICLES
A38. Wendy Wasserstein play (with "The") ~ HEIDICHRONICLES
A38. Wendy Wasserstein play (with "The") ~ HEIDICHRONICLES
A42. _____ Domini ~ ANNO
A42. Latin word on a cornerstone ~ ANNO
A42. ___ Domini ~ ANNO
A42. A.D. word ~ ANNO
A43. "_____ Darlin"' (jazz standard) ~ LIL
A43. Wee, as Abner ~ LIL
A43. Name with a Diamond in front ~ LIL
A43. "Diamond ___" ~ LIL
A44. "Fab!" ~ NEATO
A44. Nifty, in the '50s ~ NEATO
A44. "Peachy keen!" ~ NEATO
A44. Cool, in the '50s ~ NEATO
A45. Voice vote ~ NAY
A45. Voice vote ~ NAY
A45. Voice vote ~ NAY
A45. Certain voice vote ~ NAY
A46. Eschew the landfill ~ RECYCLE
A46. Eschew the landfill ~ RECYCLE
A46. Eschew the landfill ~ RECYCLE
A46. Eschew the landfill ~ RECYCLE
A49. Seuss character ~ SAM
A49. Rick's pianist ~ SAM
A49. Wal-Mart founder Walton ~ SAM
A49. Seuss character ~ SAM
A50. Sosa's selection ~ BAT
A50. Sosa's selection ~ BAT
A50. Exemplar of blindness ~ BAT
A50. Swinger's selection ~ BAT
A51. Bring home the bacon ~ EARN
A51. Accrue interest ~ EARN
A51. Pull down ~ EARN
A51. Pull down, so to speak ~ EARN
A53. Nathaniel Hawthorne work ~ TWICETOLDTALES
A53. Nathaniel Hawthorne work ~ TWICETOLDTALES
A53. Nathaniel Hawthorne work ~ TWICETOLDTALES
A53. Nathaniel Hawthorne work ~ TWICETOLDTALES
A60. Crack in one's armor ~ CHINK
A60. Not a good thing to have in one's armor ~ CHINK
A60. Crack in one's armor, e.g. ~ CHINK
A60. Bad thing to have in one's armor ~ CHINK
A61. Bibliography notation ~ IBID
A61. Footnote word ~ IBID
A61. Bibliography notation ~ IBID
A61. Bibliography notation ~ IBID
A62. _____ voce ~ VIVA
A62. Exclamation of acclaim ~ VIVA
A62. ___ voce ~ VIVA
A62. ___ voce ~ VIVA
A63. Burn, as hair ~ SINGE
A63. Burn, as hair ~ SINGE
A63. Burn, as hair ~ SINGE
A63. Burn, as hair ~ SINGE
A64. "... on the _____ prairie" ~ LONE
A64. "... on the _____ prairie" ~ LONE
A64. "... on the ___ prairie" ~ LONE
A64. Unabetted ~ LONE
A65. "My sentiments exactly!" ~ AMEN
A65. Word of hearty concurrence ~ AMEN
A65. "My sentiments exactly!" ~ AMEN
A65. Service ender ~ AMEN
A66. Selling point ~ ASSET
A66. Portfolio holding ~ ASSET
A66. Selling point ~ ASSET
A66. Useful talent ~ ASSET
A67. Salacious look ~ LEER
A67. Salacious look ~ LEER
A67. Salacious look ~ LEER
A67. Salacious look ~ LEER
A68. Front the money ~ LEND
A68. Front the money ~ LEND
A68. Front the money ~ LEND
A68. Front the money ~ LEND
D1. Kind of particle or ray ~ BETA
D1. Obsolete VCR format ~ BETA
D1. Soup bean ~ LIMA
D1. "Ali ___ and the Forty Thieves" ~ BABA
D2. The female gamete ~ OVUM
D2. Eventual avis ~ OVUM
D2. Dutch town ~ EDAM
D2. Academic challenge ~ EXAM
D3. 15th century ship ~ NINA
D3. 15th-century ship ~ NINA
D3. Chlorophyllous organism ~ ALGA
D3. Legend of scat ~ ELLA
D4. Sugarcoat ~ GLAZE
D4. Sugarcoat ~ GLAZE
D4. Commandeer ~ SEIZE
D4. Take without asking ~ SEIZE
D5. Morissette hit ~ IRONIC
D5. Alanis Morissette hit ~ IRONIC
D5. Like many Rod Serling works ~ IRONIC
D5. Certain medical facility ~ CLINIC
D6. Eccentric man ~ CODGER
D6. Geezer ~ CODGER
D6. Old coot ~ CODGER
D6. More protracted ~ LONGER
D7. Chevy's sibling ~ OLDS
D7. 98, for one ~ OLDS
D7. Chevy's sibling ~ OLDS
D7. Pursuers of the Fellowship of the Ring ~ ORCS
D8. Hotbed ~ NEST
D8. Hotbed ~ NEST
D8. Hotbed ~ NEST
D8. Airborne pest ~ GNAT
D9. Stephen King novel ~ CARRIE
D9. Title character in a Stephen King novel ~ CARRIE
D9. Stephen King novel ~ CARRIE
D9. Stephen King classic ~ CARRIE
D10. Sidestep ~ AVOID
D10. Sidestep ~ AVOID
D10. Sidestep ~ AVOID
D10. Give a wide berth to ~ AVOID
D11. Bad habit ~ VICE
D11. Bad habit ~ VICE
D11. Bad habit ~ VICE
D11. Smoking or drinking, for many ~ VICE
D12. Some club members ~ ELKS
D12. Some lodge members ~ ELKS
D12. Some club members ~ ELKS
D12. Benevolent beasts? ~ ELKS
D13. Bit of hope? ~ RAY
D13. Doris nee Von Kappelhoff ~ DAY
D13. Put into words ~ SAY
D13. Loser to "Million Dollar Baby" for Best Picture ~ RAY
D21. Meshed native ~ IRANI
D21. From Isfahan ~ IRANI
D21. Meshed native ~ IRANI
D21. Rial big spender? ~ IRANI
D22. Hurdy-gurdy ~ ORGAN
D22. Hurdy-gurdy ~ ORGAN
D22. Hurdy-gurdy, e.g. ~ ORGAN
D22. The Phantom's instrument ~ ORGAN
D25. Frome or Hawke ~ ETHAN
D25. Frome of fiction ~ ETHAN
D25. Wharton's Frome ~ ETHAN
D25. Actor Hawke of "Alive" ~ ETHAN
D26. Field house ~ ARENA
D26. Field house ~ ARENA
D26. Field house ~ ARENA
D26. Where gladiators battled ~ ARENA
D27. Day to save for ~ RAINY
D27. Precipitous ~ RAINY
D27. Day to save for ~ RAINY
D27. Pouring cats and dogs ~ RAINY
D29. Before the bell ~ EARLY
D29. Before the deadline ~ EARLY
D29. Before the bell ~ EARLY
D29. Before the bell ~ EARLY
D30. Misspent energy ~ ADO
D30. Hoopla ~ ADO
D30. Result of misspent energy ~ ADO
D30. Bother, to the bard ~ ADO
D31. Geography book ~ ATLAS
D31. Mythical Titan ~ ATLAS
D31. Hammond product ~ ATLAS
D31. Book filled with legends ~ ATLAS
D32. Vatican masterpiece ~ PIETA
D32. Michelangelo masterpiece ~ PIETA
D32. Vatican City masterpiece ~ PIETA
D32. Vatican masterpiece ~ PIETA
D33. English Derby town ~ EPSOM
D33. Downs or salts ~ EPSOM
D33. English derby town ~ EPSOM
D33. English Derby town ~ EPSOM
D35. Words to a preacher ~ IDO
D35. Phrase of commitment ~ IDO
D35. Words spoken to a preacher, perhaps ~ IDO
D35. Words to a preacher ~ IDO
D37. Top gun ~ ACE
D37. Game-one starter, usually ~ ACE
D37. Maven ~ ACE
D37. Top gun ~ ACE
D39. Boyer of the Yankees ~ CLETE
D39. Former Yankee Boyer ~ CLETE
D39. Former Yankee Boyer ~ CLETE
D39. Boyer of the Yankees ~ CLETE
D40. Andy Capp's comment ~ HIC
D40. Andy Capp's comment ~ HIC
D40. Andy Capp's comment ~ HIC
D40. Bad sound to make during a sobriety test ~ HIC
D41. Immobile ~ INERT
D41. Lifeless ~ INERT
D41. Immobile ~ INERT
D41. Utterly lethargic ~ INERT
D46. Loud music, to some ~ RACKET
D46. Sleazy business ~ RACKET
D46. Loud music, to some ~ RACKET
D46. Loud music, to some ~ RACKET
D47. First name in Canadian pop stars ~ CELINE
D47. First name in Canadian pop music ~ CELINE
D47. First name among divas ~ CELINE
D47. First name in Canadian pop stars ~ CELINE
D48. Hook's companion ~ LADDER
D48. Hook's companion ~ LADDER
D48. Hook's companion ~ LADDER
D48. Route to the roof ~ LADDER
D50. Spree ~ BINGE
D50. Spree ~ BINGE
D50. Spree ~ BINGE
D50. Overindulgence ~ BINGE
D52. Type of blockade ~ NAVAL
D52. Like the Battle of Trafalgar ~ NAVAL
D52. Type of blockade ~ NAVAL
D52. Type of blockade ~ NAVAL
D53. "Now hear _____!" ~ THIS
D53. "Now hear _____!" ~ THIS
D53. "Now hear ___!" ~ THIS
D53. What you're looking at ~ THIS
D54. Baseball standings column ~ WINS
D54. Baseball-standings column ~ WINS
D54. Baseball standings column ~ WINS
D54. Team data ~ WINS
D55. Work the land ~ TILL
D55. Boulder clay ~ TILL
D55. Work the land ~ TILL
D55. Spot for 10 spots ~ TILL
D56. Clarinet's kin ~ OBOE
D56. Orchestra tuner ~ OBOE
D56. Clarinet's kin ~ OBOE
D56. Wind up on the stage? ~ OBOE
D57. Lawn application ~ LIME
D57. Many a twist ~ LIME
D57. Lawn application ~ LIME
D57. Sorbet choice ~ LIME
D58. Neck and neck ~ EVEN
D58. Neck and neck ~ EVEN
D58. Neck and neck ~ EVEN
D58. With no ends sticking out ~ EVEN
D59. Quick finish? ~ SAND
D59. Quick finish? ~ SAND
D59. Quick finish? ~ SAND
D59. Contents of some banks ~ SAND
D60. Richmond was its cap. ~ CSA
D60. R.E. Lee's outfit ~ CSA
D60. Richmond was its cap. ~ CSA
D60. Richmond was its cap. ~ CSA

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