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  • Title: "PET TRICKS" (FEBRUARY 19, 2001)
  • Author: By Marjorie Richter
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  • Title: ANIMAL HEADS
  • Author: By Gil Holley / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: ANIMAL MAGNETISM
  • Author: By Jade Macklin / Timothy Parker
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A1. It could be pregnant only in Florida ~ CHAD
A1. Some turkeys ~ HENS
A1. Run playfully ~ ROMP
A5. Word with curtain or cattle ~ CALL
A5. Sweetened custard ~ FLAN
A5. Insensible condition ~ COMA
A9. Davidic verse ~ PSALM
A9. Davidic verse ~ PSALM
A9. Davidic verse ~ PSALM
A14. Use an oilstone ~ HONE
A14. Shampoo additive, perhaps ~ ALOE
A14. Gray matter matter? ~ IDEA
A15. Shampoo additive, perhaps ~ ALOE
A15. Billion follower ~ AIRE
A15. In a crowd of ~ AMID
A16. Not just a franchisee ~ OWNER
A16. More than a franchisee ~ OWNER
A16. Not just a franchisee ~ OWNER
A17. Annoys ~ IRKS
A17. Was philanthropic ~ GAVE
A17. Catchall category, briefly ~ MISC
A18. Heavy book ~ TOME
A18. Infection of a sebaceous gland ~ STYE
A18. Indian rhythmic pattern ~ TALA
A19. Home pages, e.g. ~ SITES
A19. Surfer's stops ~ SITES
A19. Home pages, e.g. ~ SITES
A20. Reptile that can win a "Miss Congeniality" contest? ~ SNAKECHARMER
A20. Sideshow attraction, perhaps ~ SNAKECHARMER
A20. Sideshow attraction ~ SNAKECHARMER
A23. "Easier said _____ done" ~ THAN
A23. Borrower's burden ~ LIEN
A23. Comparative conjunction ~ THAN
A24. What Tiny Tim tiptoed through ~ TULIPS
A24. Early spring flowers ~ TULIPS
A24. Early spring flowers ~ TULIPS
A28. Christmas carol start ~ ADESTE
A28. Park features, perhaps ~ TRAILS
A28. Christmas carol start ~ ADESTE
A32. Soap unit ~ BAR
A32. Stock value, perhaps ~ PAR
A32. Soap unit ~ BAR
A33. "So _____ me" ~ SUE
A33. Request legal recompense ~ SUE
A33. "So ___ me!" ~ SUE
A34. Spar with a pet? ~ BOXTURTLE
A34. Coat material, perhaps ~ RABBITFUR
A34. Hard-shelled critter ~ BOXTURTLE
A37. Feeds the hogs ~ SLOPS
A37. Feeds the hogs ~ SLOPS
A37. Feeds, in a sty ~ SLOPS
A39. It's fit to be tied ~ ROPE
A39. Stone made of silicon and oxygen ~ OPAL
A39. It's fit to be tied ~ ROPE
A40. Flies upward ~ SOARS
A40. Some Muslims ~ SUFIS
A40. Flies upward ~ SOARS
A42. Got off a horse ~ ALIT
A42. Got off a horse, e.g. ~ ALIT
A42. Got off a horse, e.g. ~ ALIT
A43. Proficient ~ ADEPT
A43. Favorite's defeat ~ UPSET
A43. Proficient ~ ADEPT
A45. Equipment for a ping-pong-playing pet? ~ DOGPADDLE
A45. Swimming stroke ~ DOGPADDLE
A45. Pool stroke ~ DOGPADDLE
A47. Rather on the tube ~ DAN
A47. Third of September? ~ PEE
A47. Rather dedicated to news ~ DAN
A48. Classic Paul Newman film ~ HUD
A48. 1963 Paul Newman role ~ HUD
A48. Classic Paul Newman film ~ HUD
A50. First born ~ ELDEST
A50. Firstborn ~ ELDEST
A50. Firstborn ~ ELDEST
A51. Small whirlpools ~ EDDIES
A51. Vortices ~ EDDIES
A51. Small whirlpools ~ EDDIES
A53. Walking stick ~ CANE
A53. Mr. Peanut accessory ~ CANE
A53. Support for the elderly? ~ CANE
A55. What a tetra needs to hold a poker party? ~ FISHANDCHIPS
A55. Brit's dish, sometimes ~ FISHANDCHIPS
A55. Old chap's diner order? ~ FISHANDCHIPS
A61. Double agents ~ MOLES
A61. They may be planted ~ MOLES
A61. Double agents ~ MOLES
A64. Instinctive impulse ~ URGE
A64. Instinctive impulse ~ URGE
A64. Try to persuade ~ URGE
A65. Canyon phenomenon ~ ECHO
A65. Alpine reverberation ~ ECHO
A65. Prepare for publication ~ EDIT
A66. Opposite of innocence ~ GUILT
A66. Culpability ~ GUILT
A66. It may hang on your conscience ~ GUILT
A67. Insult ~ SLUR
A67. Utter indistinctly ~ SLUR
A67. Aspersion ~ SLUR
A68. Wander ~ ROAM
A68. Gad about ~ ROAM
A68. Memorization method ~ ROTE
A69. Actress Hayley ~ MILLS
A69. Rumor producers? ~ MILLS
A69. Rumor sources? ~ MILLS
A70. One of the Cartwrights ~ HOSS
A70. One of the Cartwrights ~ HOSS
A70. One of the Cartwrights ~ HOSS
A71. Predeal requirement ~ ANTE
A71. Start a pot ~ ANTE
A71. Close forcefully ~ SLAM
D1. Greek X's ~ CHIS
D1. Old witches ~ HAGS
D1. Optician's display ~ RIMS
D2. Unicorn's feature ~ HORN
D2. Distinctive flair ~ ELAN
D2. Wednesday was named after him ~ ODIN
D3. "Lonely Boy" singer Paul ~ ANKA
D3. Observatory observation, perhaps ~ NOVA
D3. Southwestern plateau ~ MESA
D4. Cubicle furnishing ~ DESK
D4. Make an effort to find ~ SEEK
D4. Lies together? ~ PACK
D5. They have a plate in front of them ~ CATCHERS
D5. Dictatorial ones ~ FASCISTS
D5. They have a plate in front of them ~ CATCHERS
D6. Island greeting ~ ALOHA
D6. Gracefully limber ~ LITHE
D6. It's on the Missouri ~ OMAHA
D7. "Death of a Salesman" role ~ LOMAN
D7. Certain Indo-European ~ ARYAN
D7. Stop on a European tour, often ~ MILAN
D8. Nasty look ~ LEER
D8. ___-do-well ~ NEER
D8. Purim month ~ ADAR
D9. They're not who they pretend to be ~ POSEURS
D9. They're not who they pretend to be ~ POSEURS
D9. They're not who they pretend to be ~ POSEURS
D10. Arrange in a spiral ~ SWIRL
D10. Make like a whirlpool ~ SWIRL
D10. Ice cream effect ~ SWIRL
D11. Army member? ~ ANT
D11. Pantry invader ~ ANT
D11. Small colonist ~ ANT
D12. "Malcolm X" director ~ LEE
D12. "Malcolm X" director ~ LEE
D12. Wranglers alternative ~ LEE
D13. "And here's to you, _____ Robinson ..." ~ MRS
D13. Bride's new title ~ MRS
D13. Post-wedding title, often ~ MRS
D21. Caesar said it ~ ETTU
D21. Norse deity who defeated Thor ~ ELLI
D21. Ides utterance ~ ETTU
D22. Kingston Trio song ~ MTA
D22. Kingston Trio hit of '59 ~ MTA
D22. Where Charlie may ride forever, in song ~ MTA
D25. Tristan's love ~ ISOLDE
D25. Tristan's love ~ ISOLDE
D25. Tristan's love ~ ISOLDE
D26. Apprentices ~ PUPILS
D26. The eyes have them ~ PUPILS
D26. Class members ~ PUPILS
D27. Sonnet ender ~ SESTET
D27. Last six lines of a sonnet, often ~ SESTET
D27. Certain musical group ~ SESTET
D28. Irritate by rubbing ~ ABRADE
D28. Company of performers ~ TROUPE
D28. Irritate by rubbing ~ ABRADE
D29. Gadget ~ DOODAD
D29. MC Hammer did it ~ RAPPED
D29. Whatchamacallit ~ DOODAD
D30. Use, as energy ~ EXPEND
D30. Lowered in esteem ~ ABASED
D30. Use, as energy ~ EXPEND
D31. Dance unit ~ STEP
D31. End of access ~ IBLE
D31. Way up or down ~ STEP
D32. Titanic's nemesis ~ BERG
D32. Hardly a libertine ~ PRIG
D32. Titanic's undoing ~ BERG
D35. Mary _____ Lincoln ~ TODD
D35. Elmer ___ ~ FUDD
D35. Mrs. Lincoln's maiden name ~ TODD
D36. Chinese philosopher ___-tzu ~ LAO
D36. Interplanetary transport ~ UFO
D36. Chinese philosopher ___ tzu ~ LAO
D38. Alan of "Shane" ~ LADD
D38. Alan of "Shane" ~ LADD
D38. Cheryl of "Charlie's Angels" ~ LADD
D41. Visa users ~ SPENDERS
D41. Those who use currency ~ SPENDERS
D41. Skinflints' opposites ~ SPENDERS
D44. Believers ~ THEISTS
D44. They believe in God ~ THEISTS
D44. Believers ~ THEISTS
D46. Knighted actor Guinness ~ ALEC
D46. Knighted actor Guinness ~ ALEC
D46. Knighted actor Guinness ~ ALEC
D49. Letters asea ~ USS
D49. Letters on a flattop ~ USS
D49. Start of some aircraft carriers ~ USS
D52. "If _____" (Beatles song) ~ IFELL
D52. "If ___" (Beatles song) ~ IFELL
D52. "If ___" (Beatles song) ~ IFELL
D53. It's after Monte ~ CARLO
D53. It's after Monte ~ CARLO
D53. Movie producer Ponti ~ CARLO
D54. Breed of cattle ~ ANGUS
D54. Breed of cattle ~ ANGUS
D54. Breed of cattle ~ ANGUS
D56. "Shhhh!" ~ HUSH
D56. "Pipe down!" ~ HUSH
D56. "Shhhh!" ~ HUSH
D57. Queen of the Olympian gods ~ HERA
D57. Zeus' consort ~ HERA
D57. Vanity plate in a two-car household, maybe ~ HERS
D58. Screen symbol ~ ICON
D58. PC screen image ~ ICON
D58. Object of pagan worship ~ IDOL
D59. Excellent, in slang ~ PHAT
D59. Excellent, in slang ~ PHAT
D59. Bread for a gyro ~ PITA
D60. Suffix for quarrel ~ SOME
D60. Unspecified quantity ~ SOME
D60. Word root ~ STEM
D61. "Ben-Hur" studio ~ MGM
D61. "Ben-Hur" studio ~ MGM
D61. "Ben-Hur" studio ~ MGM
D62. Yes, in Paris ~ OUI
D62. French affirmative ~ OUI
D62. Overseas accord ~ OUI
D63. Adjective for Abner ~ LIL
D63. Word describing Abner ~ LIL
D63. Abner's size? ~ LIL

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