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  • Title: "RARE SPECIES" (FEBRUARY 09, 2004)
  • Author: By Sarah Keller
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  • Title: "RARE SPECIES" (MAY 11, 2004)
  • Author: By Sarah Keller
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  • Title: STRANGE ANIMALS
  • Author: By Tom Dirkshire / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: VERSATILE CREATURES
  • Author: By Carl Cranby / Timothy Parker
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A1. Get it all together? ~ STIR
A1. Get it all together? ~ STIR
A1. Diaper woe ~ RASH
A1. Almanac contents ~ DATA
A5. Word on terrycloth, sometimes ~ HIS
A5. Word on terrycloth, sometimes ~ HIS
A5. Word on terrycloth, sometimes ~ HIS
A5. Bad actor ~ HAM
A8. King and queen, e.g. ~ TITLES
A8. King and queen, e.g. ~ TITLES
A8. King and queen, e.g. ~ TITLES
A8. "Where to?" asker ~ CABBIE
A14. Guy closely following the news ~ LENO
A14. Guy closely following the news ~ LENO
A14. Canyon bounceback ~ ECHO
A14. "The Firebird" composer Stravinsky ~ IGOR
A15. Giant great ~ OTT
A15. Giant great ~ OTT
A15. Giants great ~ OTT
A15. "To a Skylark," for one ~ ODE
A16. Highway access ~ ONRAMP
A16. Highway access ~ ONRAMP
A16. Highway access ~ ONRAMP
A16. Regulars' drink orders ~ USUALS
A17. Bitty's partner ~ ITTY
A17. Bitty's partner ~ ITTY
A17. Word with "movie" or "party" ~ GOER
A17. What the poor dog had ~ NONE
A18. Debussy's "La ___" ~ MER
A18. Debussy's "La ___" ~ MER
A18. Opening for a maid? ~ MER
A18. It may be at your doorstep ~ MAT
A19. One-named folk singer ~ ODETTA
A19. One-named folk singer ~ ODETTA
A19. One-named folk singer ~ ODETTA
A19. Sounds of heavy objects striking each other ~ CLONKS
A20. NASCAR pit worker, e.g. ~ GREASEMONKEY
A20. NASCAR pit worker, e.g. ~ GREASEMONKEY
A20. Mechanic, in slang ~ GREASEMONKEY
A20. Auto mechanic ~ GREASEMONKEY
A23. Site of the Apollo Theater ~ HARLEM
A23. Site of the Apollo Theater ~ HARLEM
A23. Key's went national ~ ANTHEM
A23. Home of poet Langston Hughes ~ HARLEM
A24. Dole (out) ~ METE
A24. Dole (out) ~ METE
A24. Dole (out) ~ METE
A24. Heckelphone's woodwind cousin ~ OBOE
A25. Brave moguls ~ SKI
A25. Brave moguls ~ SKI
A25. Brave moguls ~ SKI
A25. Brave moguls? ~ SKI
A28. NFL scores ~ TDS
A28. NFL scores ~ TDS
A28. Test-track curve? ~ ESS
A28. Brief acceptance speech? ~ YES
A29. Break fast or breakfast ~ EAT
A29. Break fast or breakfast ~ EAT
A29. Break fast or breakfast ~ EAT
A29. "Put some meat on those bones!" ~ EAT
A31. Mimic ~ COPYCAT
A31. Mimic ~ COPYCAT
A31. Mimic ~ COPYCAT
A31. Unoriginal one ~ COPYCAT
A33. Half of an audio cassette ~ SIDEA
A33. Half of an audio cassette ~ SIDEA
A33. Half an audio cassette ~ SIDEA
A33. Half of an audio cassette ~ SIDEA
A35. Hearing aids ~ EARS
A35. Hearing aids ~ EARS
A35. Hearing aids ~ EARS
A35. Barber's obstacles ~ EARS
A36. It's often found in the attic ~ WHITEELEPHANT
A36. It could be found in the attic ~ WHITEELEPHANT
A36. Burdensome possession ~ WHITEELEPHANT
A36. Burdensome possession ~ WHITEELEPHANT
A41. Long, long time ~ AEON
A41. Long, long time ~ AEON
A41. Long, long time (Var.) ~ AEON
A41. Geological period (Var.) ~ AEON
A42. Regions ~ AREAS
A42. Regions ~ AREAS
A42. Regions ~ AREAS
A42. China setting? ~ ATLAS
A43. Super saver? ~ PACKRAT
A43. Super saver? ~ PACKRAT
A43. Super saver? ~ PACKRAT
A43. Super saver? ~ PACKRAT
A47. Pt. of USDA ~ AGR
A47. Pt. of USDA ~ AGR
A47. Pt. of USDA ~ AGR
A47. Amtrak unit ~ CAR
A48. Public transport ~ BUS
A48. Public transport ~ BUS
A48. Public transport ~ BUS
A48. "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover" bus-hopper ~ GUS
A51. Mork's planet ~ ORK
A51. Mork's planet ~ ORK
A51. Mork's planet ~ ORK
A51. Mork's planet ~ ORK
A52. They sometimes clash ~ EGOS
A52. They sometimes clash ~ EGOS
A52. They sometimes clash ~ EGOS
A52. Hot air may be released when they are inflated ~ EGOS
A54. A-flat, enharmonically ~ GSHARP
A54. Note in the A major scale ~ GSHARP
A54. A-flat, enharmonically ~ GSHARP
A54. Outerwear that once was underwear ~ TSHIRT
A56. Result of a rough workout, perhaps ~ CHARLEYHORSE
A56. Result of a rough workout, perhaps ~ CHARLEYHORSE
A56. Result of a rough workout, perhaps ~ CHARLEYHORSE
A56. It doesn't whinny, it hurts ~ CHARLEYHORSE
A58. Pancake comparative ~ ASFLAT
A58. Pancake simile ~ ASFLAT
A58. Pancake comparative ~ ASFLAT
A58. ___ as a pancake ~ ASFLAT
A61. Olive, for one ~ OIL
A61. Olive, for one ~ OIL
A61. Olive, for one ~ OIL
A61. Climber's conquest ~ ALP
A62. Elisabeth of "Leaving Las Vegas" ~ SHUE
A62. Elisabeth of "Leaving Las Vegas" ~ SHUE
A62. Elisabeth of "Leaving Las Vegas" ~ SHUE
A62. Do a quick turnaround ~ SLUE
A63. Sound at an opened floodgate ~ WHOOSH
A63. Sound at an opened floodgate ~ WHOOSH
A63. Sound at an opened floodgate ~ WHOOSH
A63. Floodgate-opening sound ~ WHOOSH
A64. "Just the Way You ___" ~ ARE
A64. "Just the Way You ___" ~ ARE
A64. "Just the Way You ___" ~ ARE
A64. Nineteenth Greek letter ~ TAU
A65. Informed ~ TOLD
A65. Informed ~ TOLD
A65. Informed ~ TOLD
A65. Dough holder ~ TILL
A66. Noted Kitt ~ EARTHA
A66. Noted Kitt ~ EARTHA
A66. Noted Kitt ~ EARTHA
A66. Kitt with a gravelly voice ~ EARTHA
A67. Born ~ NEE
A67. Born ~ NEE
A67. Born ~ NEE
A67. A couple from Connecticut? ~ ENS
A68. Fix, at the vet's ~ SPAY
A68. Fix, at the vet's office ~ SPAY
A68. Fix, at the vet's ~ SPAY
A68. They can be pirated ~ SEAS
D1. Slender ~ SLIGHT
D1. Slender ~ SLIGHT
D1. Ska relative ~ REGGAE
D1. Boat on a boat ~ DINGHY
D2. Foursome ~ TETRAD
D2. Foursome ~ TETRAD
D2. Squirrel's horde ~ ACORNS
D2. Ancient marketplaces ~ AGORAE
D3. Buries ~ INTERS
D3. Buries ~ INTERS
D3. Linen closet collection ~ SHEETS
D3. Copier refills ~ TONERS
D4. King or queen, e.g. ~ ROYAL
D4. King or queen, e.g. ~ ROYAL
D4. Israeli round dance (Var.) ~ HORAH
D4. "You're in for ___ treat!" ~ AREAL
D5. Like Mom's apple pie ~ HOMEMADE
D5. Like Mom's apple pie ~ HOMEMADE
D5. Like Mom's apple pie ~ HOMEMADE
D5. Like Mom's apple pie ~ HOMEMADE
D6. List unit ~ ITEM
D6. List unit ~ ITEM
D6. List unit ~ ITEM
D6. A Ponderosa son ~ ADAM
D7. Senator Thurmond ~ STROM
D7. Senator Thurmond ~ STROM
D7. Senator Thurmond ~ STROM
D7. What 31-Across says a lot ~ METOO
D8. Grew fond of ~ TOOKTO
D8. Grew fond of ~ TOOKTO
D8. Grew fond of ~ TOOKTO
D8. Bird in a Kesey title ~ CUCKOO
D9. Financially strapped ~ INDEEP
D9. Financially strapped ~ INDEEP
D9. Financially strapped ~ INDEEP
D9. Catching Z's ~ ASLEEP
D10. Deuce beater ~ TREY
D10. Deuce beater ~ TREY
D10. Deuce beater ~ TREY
D10. Bay bobber ~ BUOY
D11. Back muscle, to Billy Blanks ~ LAT
D11. Back muscle, to Billy Blanks ~ LAT
D11. Relative of long. ~ LAT
D11. Author's kiss of death ~ BAN
D12. CPR giver ~ EMT
D12. CPR giver ~ EMT
D12. CPR giver ~ EMT
D12. Breed ~ ILK
D13. Relaxing resort ~ SPA
D13. Relaxing resort ~ SPA
D13. Relaxing resort ~ SPA
D13. Ar-tee connection ~ ESS
D21. "Now you ___, now ..." ~ SEEIT
D21. "Now you ___, now ..." ~ SEEIT
D21. "Now you ___, now ..." ~ SEEIT
D21. "Now you ___, now ..." ~ SEEIT
D22. Compaq rival ~ NEC
D22. Compaq rival ~ NEC
D22. Compaq rival ~ NEC
D22. "30 Rock" network ~ NBC
D25. Sweep with binoculars ~ SCAN
D25. Sweep with binoculars ~ SCAN
D25. Sweep with binoculars ~ SCAN
D25. Sweep with binoculars ~ SCAN
D26. Small racer that makes kids "go" ~ KART
D26. Go-___ (small racer) ~ KART
D26. Small racer that makes kids "go" ~ KART
D26. Go-___ (small racer) ~ KART
D27. "___ Now or Never" ~ ITS
D27. "___ Now Or Never" ~ ITS
D27. "___ Now or Never" ~ ITS
D27. "___ Now or Never" ~ ITS
D30. Driver's aid ~ TEE
D30. Driver's aid ~ TEE
D30. Driver's aid ~ TEE
D30. Bag peg ~ TEE
D32. Pro votes ~ YEAS
D32. Pro votes ~ YEAS
D32. Pro votes ~ YEAS
D32. Thumbs-up votes ~ YEAS
D33. Trap topper ~ SINK
D33. Trap topper ~ SINK
D33. Trap topper ~ SINK
D33. Laundry room item ~ SINK
D34. Chicken ___ king ~ ALA
D34. Chicken ___ king ~ ALA
D34. Chicken ___ King ~ ALA
D34. In the manner of ~ ALA
D36. Tear's partner ~ WEAR
D36. Tear's partner ~ WEAR
D36. Tear partner ~ WEAR
D36. Tear's partner ~ WEAR
D37. Pawn ~ HOCK
D37. Pawn ~ HOCK
D37. Pawn ~ HOCK
D37. Pawn ~ HOCK
D38. Big Band ___ ~ ERA
D38. Big Band ___ ~ ERA
D38. Big Band ___ ~ ERA
D38. Relative of et al. ~ ETC
D39. "Fever" singer ~ PEGGYLEE
D39. "Fever" singer ~ PEGGYLEE
D39. "Fever" singer ~ PEGGYLEE
D39. Toothless Aussie mammal ~ PLATYPUS
D40. Like some criticism ~ HARSH
D40. Like some criticism ~ HARSH
D40. Like some criticism ~ HARSH
D40. Abrasive ~ HARSH
D41. GI's address ~ APO
D41. GI's address ~ APO
D41. GI's address ~ APO
D41. GI's address ~ APO
D44. Go over and over and ... ~ REHASH
D44. Go over and over and ... ~ REHASH
D44. Go over and over and ... ~ REHASH
D44. Go over old territory? ~ REHASH
D45. Mystery writer Christie ~ AGATHA
D45. Mystery writer Christie ~ AGATHA
D45. Mystery writer Christie ~ AGATHA
D45. Mystery writer Christie ~ AGATHA
D46. Craggy height ~ TOR
D46. Craggy height ~ TOR
D46. Craggy height ~ TOR
D46. Rocky prominence ~ TOR
D48. Cruise the pubs ~ BARHOP
D48. Cruise the pubs ~ BARHOP
D48. Cruise the pubs ~ BARHOP
D48. Opposite of macho ~ GIRLIE
D49. Actress Andress ~ URSULA
D49. Actress Andress ~ URSULA
D49. Actress Andress ~ URSULA
D49. "Dr. No" star Andress ~ URSULA
D50. Rapid ~ SPEEDY
D50. Rapid ~ SPEEDY
D50. Rapid ~ SPEEDY
D50. Braces ~ STEELS
D53. "Wake of the Ferry" painter ~ SLOAN
D53. "Wake of the Ferry" painter ~ SLOAN
D53. "Wake of the Ferry" painter ~ SLOAN
D53. Agenda ~ SLATE
D55. Party givers ~ HOSTS
D55. Party givers ~ HOSTS
D55. Party givers ~ HOSTS
D55. Is the emcee ~ HOSTS
D56. Coagulate ~ CLOT
D56. Coagulate ~ CLOT
D56. Coagulate ~ CLOT
D56. Coagulate ~ CLOT
D57. Land of the leprechaun ~ EIRE
D57. Land of the leprechaun ~ EIRE
D57. Land of the leprechaun ~ EIRE
D57. Enthusiastic liveliness ~ ELAN
D58. Wonderment ~ AWE
D58. Wonderment ~ AWE
D58. Wonderment ~ AWE
D58. Wonder ~ AWE
D59. ___ Na Na ~ SHA
D59. ___ Na Na ~ SHA
D59. ___ Na Na ~ SHA
D59. ___ Na Na ~ SHA
D60. "___ he's a jolly ..." ~ FOR
D60. "___ he's a jolly ..." ~ FOR
D60. "___ he's a jolly ..." ~ FOR
D60. Against the opposition ~ FOR

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