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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, June 9, 2003
  • Author: Randall J. Hartman
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: "VERB BLURBS" (MAY 20, 2004)
  • Author: By Venzke And Daily
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  • Title: VERBS THE WORD
  • Author: By Oscar Lyndley / Timothy Parker
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A1. Vineyard fruit ~ GRAPE
A1. Tel Aviv-___ ~ JAFFA
A1. "You can ___ horse to water ..." ~ LEADA
A6. Goes on and on ~ LASTS
A6. Gaping hole ~ CHASM
A6. A prospector may stake one ~ CLAIM
A11. Pale ~ WAN
A11. The highest status ~ TOP
A11. Leader's position ~ TOP
A14. Rand McNally product ~ ATLAS
A14. Singer Merman ~ ETHEL
A14. Countermand ~ ANNUL
A15. Cosmetician Lauder ~ ESTEE
A15. Aka Myanmar ~ BURMA
A15. Magna ___ ~ CARTA
A16. Pres. Lincoln ~ ABE
A16. Dr. J's one-time league ~ ABA
A16. Attorney's grp. ~ ABA
A17. Enjoy summer air-conditioning, say ~ BEATTHEHEAT
A17. Stay in the shade ~ BEATTHEHEAT
A17. Find shade ~ BEATTHEHEAT
A19. Dieters' units: Abbr. ~ LBS
A19. Burns of documentaries ~ KEN
A19. Understanding ~ KEN
A20. Sigma's follower ~ TAU
A20. Blacken, in a way ~ CHAR
A20. Ballot card debris ~ CHAD
A21. Right on a map ~ EAST
A21. Atomic energy org. ~ NRC
A21. Atomic energy org. ~ NRC
A22. Frontiersman Carson ~ KIT
A22. Connecticut collegian ~ ELI
A22. Connecticut collegian ~ ELI
A23. 1970 Beatles chart-topper ~ LETITBE
A23. Deep cuts ~ GASHES
A23. Deep cuts ~ GASHES
A27. Strikes out ~ DELETES
A26. Worse than inadequate ~ PATHETIC
A26. Terribly weak, as an excuse ~ PATHETIC
A29. Santa ___, Calif. ~ ANA
A28. AAA recommendation ~ RTE
A28. Tpk.'s kin ~ RTE
A30. Cenozoic and Paleozoic ~ ERAS
A29. Title for Coptic bishops ~ ABBAS
A29. Titles for Coptic bishops ~ ABBAS
A32. Brother of Cain and Abel ~ SETH
A31. Ebenezer's exclamation ~ BAH
A31. Ebenezer's exclamation ~ BAH
A33. Squid's squirt ~ INK
A32. Country in the news ~ IRAQ
A32. Mesopotamia, today ~ IRAQ
A34. "Alas" and "alack" ~ SIGHS
A34. Van Gogh had one in his later years ~ EAR
A34. Van Gogh had one in his later years ~ EAR
A36. Thorns' places ~ STEMS
A35. Grandparents, often ~ DOTERS
A35. Grandparents, often ~ DOTERS
A39. Felt bad about ~ RUED
A38. Mixed with water ~ DILUTED
A38. Mixed with water ~ DILUTED
A41. Party list ~ SLATE
A40. Dictionary ~ LEXICON
A40. Dictionary ~ LEXICON
A43. The Beehive State ~ UTAH
A41. Shiny cotton fabric ~ SATEEN
A41. Shiny cotton fabric ~ SATEEN
A44. Exercise for the abs ~ SITUP
A42. ___ Lingus ~ AER
A42. ___ Lingus ~ AER
A46. African antelope ~ ELAND
A43. Wine county ~ NAPA
A43. Wine county ~ NAPA
A48. Southern constellation ~ ARA
A44. "Ben-___" ~ HUR
A44. "Ben-___" ~ HUR
A49. ___ d'oeuvre ~ HORS
A45. Garlic bulb segment ~ CLOVE
A45. Garlic bulb segment ~ CLOVE
A51. Green shade ~ LIME
A47. Frat party staple ~ KEG
A47. Frat party staple ~ KEG
A52. Can topper ~ LID
A48. Pollyannaish ~ CHEERFUL
A48. Pollyannaish ~ CHEERFUL
A53. Washing machine cycle ~ PRESOAK
A51. Wedges in firmly (Var.) ~ IMBEDS
A51. Wedges in firmly (Var.) ~ IMBEDS
A56. Surgeon who pioneered the artificial human heart implant ~ DEBAKEY
A53. Friend of Wynken and Blynken ~ NOD
A53. Friend of Wynken and Blynken ~ NOD
A58. Driver's need: Abbr. ~ LIC
A54. Like some vbs. ~ IRR
A54. Like some vbs. ~ IRR
A59. Gymnast's feat ~ FLIP
A55. Conversation filler ~ ISEE
A55. Conversation filler ~ ISEE
A61. Film locale ~ SET
A56. Be in the red ~ OWE
A56. Be in the hole ~ OWE
A62. "Put ___ Happy Face" ~ ONA
A57. Be just what the doctor ordered ~ FILLTHEBILL
A57. Be just what the doctor ordered ~ FILLTHEBILL
A63. Be entirely satisfactory ~ FILLTHEBILL
A62. Acapulco aunt ~ TIA
A62. Female in la familia ~ TIA
A68. "For shame!" ~ TSK
A63. Perfect ~ IDEAL
A63. Best imaginable ~ IDEAL
A69. Former Chinese premier Zhou ___ ~ ENLAI
A64. Where to find clowns ~ RODEO
A64. Broncobuster's venue ~ RODEO
A70. Walkie-talkie ~ RADIO
A65. Sea delicacy ~ EEL
A65. Sea delicacy ~ EEL
A71. Actress Caldwell ~ ZOE
A66. "The First Noel," for one ~ CAROL
A66. Matriarch of the Brady Bunch ~ CAROL
A72. Breathers ~ RESTS
A67. The rain here falls mainly on the plain ~ SPAIN
A67. The rain here falls mainly on the plain ~ SPAIN
A73. Guinness, e.g. ~ STOUT
D1. W's brother ~ JEB
D1. You may see a reaction in one ~ LAB
D1. Go on and on ~ GAB
D2. Had a bite ~ ATE
D2. Suffix for benz, but not Mercedes ~ ENE
D2. Hwy. ~ RTE
D3. Apt. loan provider, sometimes ~ FHA
D3. Santa in California ~ ANA
D3. Pie ___ mode ~ ALA
D4. Command to Rover ~ FETCH
D4. Reagan nickname ~ DUTCH
D4. Page who sang "How much is that doggie in the window?" ~ PATTI
D5. Tennis player Gibson ~ ALTHEA
D5. '50s tennis star Gibson ~ ALTHEA
D5. Fancy homes ~ ESTATES
D6. Good buddy, often ~ CBER
D6. Kept in the loop via e-mail ~ CCED
D6. Director Spike ~ LEE
D7. "What did you say?" ~ HUH
D7. "Well ___-di-dah ..." ~ LAH
D7. Queens's ___ Stadium ~ ASHE
D8. Gladiators' milieus ~ ARENAS
D8. Pugs' venues ~ ARENAS
D8. It precedes fast and follows farm ~ STEAD
D9. Like Mensa members ~ SMART
D9. "... but is ___?" (Kipling) ~ ITART
D9. Coquettes ~ TEASES
D10. Car maker of note? ~ MATCHBOX
D10. Major car manufacturer ~ MATCHBOX
D10. Takes up residence (in) ~ SETTLES
D11. Be extraordinary ~ TAKETHECAKE
D11. Surpass all others ~ TAKETHECAKE
D11. Live up to one's word ~ WALKTHETALK
D12. Manuscript marks ~ OBELI
D12. Printer's daggers ~ OBELI
D12. Hoffman who wrote "Steal This Book" ~ ABBIE
D13. Stock market crash preceder ~ PANIC
D13. Stock market crash feeling ~ PANIC
D13. Hatching posts? ~ NESTS
D18. Many a one-hit wonder, today ~ HASBEEN
D18. Star no more ~ HASBEEN
D18. Arrogance ~ HUBRIS
D23. Components of crosswords ~ GRIDS
D23. Radar screen features ~ GRIDS
D23. Lions' dens ~ LAIRS
D24. Heart chambers ~ ATRIA
D24. Heart chambers ~ ATRIA
D24. The blahs ~ ENNUI
D25. Make it official ~ SEALTHEDEAL
D25. Make it official ~ SEALTHEDEAL
D25. Top everything else ~ TAKETHECAKE
D26. Golfer's goal, at the least ~ PAR
D26. ___ excellence ~ PAR
D26. Birdie beater ~ EAGLE
D27. Eschew the restaurant ~ EATIN
D27. Eschew the restaurant ~ EATIN
D28. "___, Brute?" ~ ETTU
D30. Michael Jackson album ~ BAD
D30. It came after "Thriller" ~ BAD
D31. "I ___ return" ~ SHALL
D33. Waiting line ~ QUEUE
D33. Waiting line ~ QUEUE
D35. Not flighty ~ STAID
D35. Whirling one ~ DERVISH
D35. Whirling one ~ DERVISH
D37. One of the Osmonds ~ MARIE
D36. Captured at a 64-Across ~ ROPED
D36. Captured, at a 64-Across ~ ROPED
D38. Disreputable ~ SHADY
D37. Unexpected obstacles ~ SNAGS
D37. Progress impeders ~ SNAGS
D40. Chad & Jeremy and others ~ DUOS
D39. "That's wonderful!" ~ TERRIFIC
D39. Superb ~ TERRIFIC
D42. Catch, as in a net ~ ENMESH
D40. Fifth sign ~ LEO
D40. Name of some popes ~ LEO
D45. Suggest, as a deal ~ PROFFER
D42. Nothing partner ~ ALL
D42. Word with "fours" and "hours" ~ ALL
D47. Big name in diamonds ~ DEBEERS
D45. Ringlet-producing gadget ~ CURLER
D45. Ringlet producer ~ CURLER
D50. Like ocean water ~ SALINE
D46. Mideast bigwigs ~ EMEERS
D46. Mideast bigwigs ~ EMEERS
D53. Fall over in a faint ~ PLOTZ
D48. Bill called a Benjamin ~ CNOTE
D48. Bill worth 10 sawbucks ~ CNOTE
D54. Classic laundry detergent ~ RINSO
D49. Mr. Mandel ~ HOWIE
D49. "Deal or No Deal" host ~ HOWIE
D55. Spikes, in volleyball ~ KILLS
D50. Role for Salma ~ FRIDA
D50. Mexican artist Kahlo ~ FRIDA
D57. Up, in baseball ~ ATBAT
D52. Jazz genre ~ BEBOP
D52. Jazz subgenre ~ BEBOP
D60. Surveyor's map ~ PLAT
D55. "___ cost you!" ~ ITLL
D55. "___ put hair on your chest!" ~ ITLL
D64. "___ the season ..." ~ TIS
D58. ___-Tse (Chinese philosopher) ~ LAO
D58. ___-Tzu (Chinese philosopher) ~ LAO
D65. Altar vow ~ IDO
D59. "Rhoda" mom ~ IDA
D59. "Rhoda" mom ~ IDA
D66. Lucy of "Charlie's Angels," 2000 ~ LIU
D60. Wahine's gift ~ LEI
D60. Wahine's gift ~ LEI
D67. Auction grouping ~ LOT
D61. Contemporary of Bela ~ LON
D61. Contemporary of Bela ~ LON

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