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  • Title: "THIS PUZZLE SUITS YOU" (AUGUST 25, 2005)
  • Author: By Mark Milhet
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  • Title: WELL-SUITED
  • Author: By Carrie White / Timothy Parker
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A1. Steep, rugged rock ~ CRAG
A1. Tory opponent ~ WHIG
A5. Bit of information ~ DATUM
A5. Bit of information ~ DATUM
A10. "Rubaiyat" poet ~ OMAR
A10. Boss on a shield ~ UMBO
A14. Singer at Live 8 ~ BONO
A14. Insurable item ~ AUTO
A15. Sidestep ~ ELUDE
A15. "Marcus Welby, M.D." actress Verdugo ~ ELENA
A16. Windmill blade ~ VANE
A16. Amazon estuary ~ PARA
A17. SUIT ~ SETOFCARDS
A17. It's well-suited ~ SETOFCARDS
A19. Similar in nature ~ AKIN
A19. A schussboomer uses them ~ SKIS
A20. Where the successful go ~ FAR
A20. Where the successful go ~ FAR
A21. Bitter end? ~ NESS
A21. Army chow ~ MESS
A23. Guinness World Records suffix ~ EST
A23. Wild finish? ~ EST
A24. Hospital name ~ STLUKES
A24. Hospital name ~ STLUKES
A28. Threads tennis shoes again ~ RELACES
A28. Prepares to fly home ~ REPACKS
A30. Payee of consequences ~ THEPIPER
A30. Proverbial payee ~ THEPIPER
A32. Middlin' ~ SOSO
A32. Eliciting a shrug, perhaps ~ SOSO
A33. Offshore structure ~ RIG
A33. Offshore structure ~ RIG
A34. Bill attachment ~ RIDER
A34. Bill attachment ~ RIDER
A36. Wt. of some flour sacks ~ TENLB
A36. Potato sack wt., sometimes ~ TENLB
A39. Words with instant and uproar ~ INAN
A39. ___ uproar ~ INAN
A41. Barbary Coast city ~ TUNIS
A41. Barbary Coast city ~ TUNIS
A43. Suit to ___ ~ ATEE
A43. Suit to ___ ~ ATEE
A44. Incandescent ~ AGLOW
A44. Incandescent ~ AGLOW
A46. Blackstone forte ~ MAGIC
A46. Copperfield's field ~ MAGIC
A48. Little Stowe girl ~ EVA
A48. One of the Perons ~ EVA
A49. Teen's catchphrase ~ ASIF
A49. "Clueless" catchphrase ~ ASIF
A51. Dogpatch dweller ~ LILABNER
A51. Dogpatch dweller ~ LILABNER
A53. "Romanza" tenor Andrea ~ BOCELLI
A53. Tenor Andrea ~ BOCELLI
A56. Signified ~ DENOTED
A56. Signified ~ DENOTED
A57. Lichtenstein's forte ~ ART
A57. Lichtenstein's field ~ ART
A58. Jennifer on "WKRP in Cincinnati" ~ LONI
A58. Jennifer on "WKRP in Cincinnati" ~ LONI
A60. Then partner ~ NOW
A60. Then partner ~ NOW
A61. Secret retreat ~ LAIR
A61. Secret retreat ~ LAIR
A63. SUIT ~ OFFICEWEAR
A63. Suits ~ OFFICEWEAR
A68. Prep school near London ~ ETON
A68. Prep school near London ~ ETON
A69. Word to the chauffeur ~ DRIVE
A69. Word to the chauffeur ~ DRIVE
A70. Creole vegetable ~ OKRA
A70. Creole vegetable ~ OKRA
A71. Iniquitous rooms? ~ DENS
A71. Iniquitous rooms? ~ DENS
A72. Goat-legged deity ~ SATYR
A72. Goat-legged deity ~ SATYR
A73. "Read 'em and ___!" ~ WEEP
A73. "Read 'em and ___!" ~ WEEP
D1. Letterman's network ~ CBS
D1. Eighth word of "A Tale of Two Cities" ~ WAS
D2. ". . . as light of foot as a wild ___" (2 SAMUEL 2:18) ~ ROE
D2. Crayola gradation ~ HUE
D3. Pismire, for one ~ ANT
D3. Addams family member ~ ITT
D4. Bungle ~ GOOFUP
D4. Bungle ~ GOOFUP
D5. Dilapidated ~ DECREPIT
D5. Dilapidated ~ DECREPIT
D6. Cookbook phrase ~ ALA
D6. ___ vapeur (steamed) ~ ALA
D7. Rotate ~ TURN
D7. Academic session ~ TERM
D8. It's pulled on a farm ~ UDDER
D8. Supervised by ~ UNDER
D9. Predicaments ~ MESSES
D9. Common people (with "the") ~ MASSES
D10. In vitro items ~ OVA
D10. Letters on a brown shirt ~ UPS
D11. SUIT ~ MAKECONTENT
D11. Suit ~ MAKECONTENT
D12. Plant of the carrot family ~ ANISE
D12. Biting, as wind ~ BRISK
D13. Lets ~ RENTS
D13. Brewers' equipment ~ OASTS
D18. Hindu ascetic ~ FAKIR
D18. Hindu ascetic ~ FAKIR
D22. Place for a coin ~ SLOT
D22. Cheetah feature ~ SPOT
D24. Narrow furrow ~ STRIA
D24. Narrow furrow ~ STRIA
D25. A noun might be one ~ THING
D25. Unspecified object ~ THING
D26. SUIT ~ LEGALACTION
D26. Suit ~ LEGALACTION
D27. Autumn Joy ~ SEDUM
D27. Autumn Joy, e.g. ~ SEDUM
D29. Cruising between ports ~ ASEA
D29. Cruising between ports ~ ASEA
D31. Of the kidneys ~ RENAL
D31. Pertaining to the kidneys ~ RENAL
D35. Stiff as a board ~ RIGID
D35. Stiff as a board ~ RIGID
D37. Mississippi restraint ~ LEVEE
D37. Mississippi restraint ~ LEVEE
D38. Oft-trimmed item ~ BEARD
D38. Oft-trimmed item ~ BEARD
D40. Rudolph's prominent feature ~ NOSE
D40. Rudolph's prominent feature ~ NOSE
D42. Hit man's accessory ~ SILENCER
D42. Hit man's accessory ~ SILENCER
D45. Power source? ~ WILL
D45. Lawyer's reading ~ WILL
D47. Water craft ~ CANOE
D47. Certain water craft ~ CANOE
D50. Annual Nile occurences ~ FLOODS
D50. Annual Nile occurences ~ FLOODS
D52. Dog's utterance, in kiddie lit ~ BOWWOW
D52. Dog's utterance ~ BOWWOW
D53. Made hay? ~ BALED
D53. Readied cotton ~ BALED
D54. Pontificate ~ ORATE
D54. Pontificate ~ ORATE
D55. Prefix with red or structure ~ INFRA
D55. Prefix with "red" or "structure" ~ INFRA
D59. "___ ain't broke . . ." ~ IFIT
D59. "___ ain't broke ..." ~ IFIT
D62. They may administer IVs ~ RNS
D62. They may administer IVs ~ RNS
D64. Campus wall climber, perhaps ~ IVY
D64. It may climb the walls ~ IVY
D65. Just manage (with "out") ~ EKE
D65. Just manage (with "out") ~ EKE
D66. Live and breathe ~ ARE
D66. We might come before it ~ ARE
D67. Kind of sheet or session ~ RAP
D67. Knock on wood ~ RAP

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