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  • Title: "ILL COMMUNICATION" (MARCH 09, 2001)
  • Author: By Ben Ostrowsky
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  • Title: FILLING ILL
  • Author: By Laney West / Timothy Parker
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A1. Stuffed to the gills ~ SATED
A1. Lay out a spread ~ CATER
A6. No haute cuisine ~ SLOP
A6. What mudders prefer ~ SLOP
A10. Infant ~ BABE
A10. Ruth not in the Bible ~ BABE
A14. Over ~ ABOVE
A14. Kicking partner? ~ ALIVE
A15. Day saver ~ HERO
A15. One dressed in white, stereotypically ~ HERO
A16. Black stone ~ ONYX
A16. Black stone ~ ONYX
A17. John Phillips and Denny Doherty ~ PAPAS
A17. "Hello" Dolly? ~ BLEAT
A18. Squashed circle ~ OVAL
A18. Tot's circle, perhaps ~ OVAL
A19. Opposed to ~ ANTI
A19. Prefix with "trust" ~ ANTI
A20. Laphroaig, Glenfiddich and Macallan ~ DISTILLERIES
A20. Places with plenty of alcohol ~ DISTILLERIES
A23. Back on the briny ~ STERN
A23. Hardly lenient ~ STERN
A25. Guinness World Record adjective ~ OLDEST
A25. Type of trick in the book? ~ OLDEST
A26. French national anthem ~ MARSEILLAISE
A26. French national anthem ~ MARSEILLAISE
A30. Novelist Tan ~ AMY
A30. Etiquette expert Vanderbilt ~ AMY
A31. Piece of asparagus ~ SPEAR
A31. It has a point ~ SPEAR
A32. Lose one's temper ~ ERUPT
A32. Blow one's stack ~ ERUPT
A36. Santa's landing strip ~ ROOF
A36. It's on the house ~ ROOF
A38. Alleviates ~ EASES
A38. Palliates ~ EASES
A40. Winter hazard ~ SNOW
A40. Literature's White ~ SNOW
A41. Bowling league's need ~ LANES
A41. You may change them ~ LANES
A43. Part of a full house ~ SEATS
A43. Banana and rumble ~ SEATS
A45. Whisper sweet nothings ~ COO
A45. Cote quote ~ COO
A46. 90210 ~ BEVERLYHILLS
A46. One place to see stars ~ BEVERLYHILLS
A49. Hard to find ~ SCARCE
A49. In short supply ~ SCARCE
A52. Box seats ~ LOGES
A52. Opera house boxes ~ LOGES
A53. Tenniel's "Alice in Wonderland" contribution ~ ILLUSTRATION
A53. What Tenniel added to "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" ~ ILLUSTRATION
A57. Opera goddess ~ DIVA
A57. Opera goddess ~ DIVA
A58. Ripped ~ TORE
A58. Came apart at the seams ~ TORE
A59. Before midnight ~ TODAY
A59. Before midnight ~ TODAY
A63. Prime minister, in Qatar ~ EMIR
A63. Leader in Qatar ~ EMIR
A64. Always ~ EVER
A64. "Be it ___ so humble ..." ~ EVER
A65. Wear away ~ ERODE
A65. Eat away at ~ ERODE
A66. Refuse to believe ~ DENY
A66. Refuse to believe ~ DENY
A67. College leader ~ DEAN
A67. Jerry's straight man ~ DEAN
A68. Summarize ~ RECAP
A68. Condensed wrap-up ~ RECAP
D1. Drain ~ SAP
D1. Subway alternative ~ CAB
D2. Former NBA rival ~ ABA
D2. More than most ~ ALL
D3. Zenith ~ TOP
D3. Casual Friday option ~ TIE
D4. Gets around ~ EVADES
D4. Shakes off ~ EVADES
D5. Wishes ~ DESIRES
D5. Turns in ~ RETIRES
D6. Emptied a barrel? ~ SHOT
D6. Emptied a barrel? ~ SHOT
D7. Leah's son ~ LEVI
D7. Leah's son ~ LEVI
D8. Dental-school exam? ~ ORAL
D8. Like gentlemen's agreements ~ ORAL
D9. Hoi _____ ~ POLLOI
D9. "Hoi" follower ~ POLLOI
D10. Tenants ~ BOARDERS
D10. Some private school attendees ~ BOARDERS
D11. Wide-eyed orphan ~ ANNIE
D11. Warbucks' ward ~ ANNIE
D12. Bunches of bits ~ BYTES
D12. They're committed to memory ~ BYTES
D13. Live ~ EXIST
D13. Occupy space ~ EXIST
D21. Take potshots ~ SNIPE
D21. Straight-billed game bird ~ SNIPE
D22. Ultimatum word ~ ELSE
D22. Ultimatum word ~ ELSE
D23. Land of Pago Pago ~ SAMOA
D23. Land of Apia ~ SAMOA
D24. Use the fitting room ~ TRYON
D24. Check the fit of ~ TRYON
D26. Clay-rich soil ~ MARL
D26. Friable earthy deposit ~ MARL
D27. Long-term rental ~ LEASE
D27. Rental agreement ~ LEASE
D28. Like some surgery ~ LASER
D28. Tool for some surgeries ~ LASER
D29. "He's _____ nowhere man" (Beatles lyric) ~ AREAL
D29. "He's ___ nowhere man ..." (Beatles lyric) ~ AREAL
D33. American recruiter Sam ~ UNCLE
D33. Recruiter Sam ~ UNCLE
D34. Cement ponds ~ POOLS
D34. Crawl spaces? ~ POOLS
D35. "Terrible" age ~ TWOS
D35. Jefferson is on them ~ TWOS
D37. Candlemas month ~ FEBRUARY
D37. Candlemas month ~ FEBRUARY
D39. Pens for PDAs ~ STYLI
D39. Pens for PDAs ~ STYLI
D42. Dry champagnes ~ SECS
D42. Dry champagnes ~ SECS
D44. Marksman ~ SHOOTER
D44. Sharp end? ~ SHOOTER
D47. Examined carefully ~ VETTED
D47. Examined carefully ~ VETTED
D48. Deliberately not notice ~ IGNORE
D48. Deliberately not notice ~ IGNORE
D49. Was partial ~ SIDED
D49. Word with "blind" or "broad" ~ SIDED
D50. Typical weather ~ CLIME
D50. Region's weather conditions ~ CLIME
D51. Companion of Theodore and Simon ~ ALVIN
D51. Companion of Theodore and Simon ~ ALVIN
D54. Wander ~ ROVE
D54. Go from pillar to post ~ ROVE
D55. Vicinity ~ AREA
D55. House painter's calculation ~ AREA
D56. Beach bird ~ TERN
D56. Beach bird ~ TERN
D60. Sneezy's colleague ~ DOC
D60. "Gunsmoke" character ~ DOC
D61. Novel by Nabokov ~ ADA
D61. Org. that drills ~ ADA
D62. "You betcha!" ~ YEP
D62. "You betcha!" ~ YEP

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