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  • Title: "YES, VIRGINIA..." (AUGUST 31, 2002)
  • Author: By Gregory E. Paul
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  • Title: YOUTHFUL CHARACTERS
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: DO YOU BELIEVE?
  • Author: By Ellsworth Perkins / Timothy Parker
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A1. Must, informally ~ GOTTA
A1. Terra ___ (pot material) ~ COTTA
A1. Big name in lawn care ~ ORTHO
A6. Caspar, Melchior and Balthazar ~ MAGI
A6. African country ~ MALI
A6. Way to get to the top ~ TBAR
A10. Martha "The Mouth" ~ RAYE
A10. Huge amount ~ RAFT
A10. It's definitely not a yacht ~ SCOW
A14. Squirrel treat ~ ACORN
A14. It has a cupule at its base ~ ACORN
A14. Courtship participant ~ WOOER
A15. Lustrous black ~ EBON
A15. Deep black, in poetry ~ EBON
A15. "The Audacity of ___" ~ HOPE
A16. Cousin of forsooth! ~ EGAD
A16. Loving and lasting leader ~ EVER
A16. Pith helmet (Var.) ~ TOPI
A17. Full-bodied ale ~ STOUT
A17. Full-bodied ale ~ STOUT
A17. Chaplin contemporary ~ LLOYD
A18. Indentured servant ~ SERF
A18. Hang ten or shoot the curl, e.g. ~ SURF
A18. Atlantic Coast dweller ~ EASTERNER
A19. Whistle stop, perhaps ~ BURG
A19. Reduce to tears, in a way ~ BORE
A20. Math collection ~ SET
A20. Bowler or boater ~ HAT
A20. In ~ HOT
A21. He's only make-believe ~ EASTERBUNNY
A21. Symbol of spring's return ~ EASTERBUNNY
A21. Kiddie character ~ EASTERBUNNY
A23. Fling with effort ~ HEAVE
A24. Conveniently available ~ HANDY
A24. Conveniently available ~ HANDY
A25. Pointer's direction ~ YON
A26. Dovekie ~ AUK
A26. Shorebird ~ AUK
A26. Vacillate ~ WAFFLE
A27. Smelt ~ REFINE
A27. Distill ~ REFINE
A28. Proceedings ~ GOINGSON
A29. Cheese type ~ PARMESAN
A29. Cheese type ~ PARMESAN
A33. Track and field events ~ HEATS
A34. Whirlpool alternative ~ AMANA
A34. Whirlpool alternative ~ AMANA
A34. Cougar's color ~ TAWNY
A35. Dutch sights ~ DIKES
A35. Flood control devices ~ DIKES
A35. Org. with a red, white and blue ball ~ ABA
A36. Ex-wife of Mickey ~ AVA
A36. Ex-wife of Mickey ~ AVA
A36. Opening for Ansel Adams ~ IRIS
A37. Trot ~ GAIT
A37. Trot or canter, e.g. ~ GAIT
A37. Antler feature ~ PRONG
A38. Holiday cherub ~ CUPID
A38. Holiday cherub ~ CUPID
A38. Scissors sound ~ SNIP
A39. Prolific "author" ~ ANON
A39. Erelong ~ ANON
A39. Jagger title ~ SIR
A40. It may be fresh ~ AIR
A40. Travel mode ~ AIR
A40. Banshee's sounds ~ WAILS
A41. Glossiness ~ SHEEN
A41. Glossiness ~ SHEEN
A41. Lusterless surface ~ MATTE
A42. Duke's ex ~ ASTIN
A42. John of "The Addams Family" ~ ASTIN
A42. They may be hung on pegs ~ KEYRINGS
A43. Shifty, deceptive person ~ SLYBOOTS
A43. Shifty, deceptive person ~ SLYBOOTS
A44. Progress-impeding area ~ MORASS
A45. Unwavering ~ STEADY
A45. High school sweetheart, e.g. ~ STEADY
A45. Exaggerator's suffix ~ EST
A46. Cotton gin inventor Whitney ~ ELI
A46. Cotton gin inventor Whitney ~ ELI
A46. Elementary ~ BASIC
A47. Lavender ~ LILAC
A47. Flower or color ~ LILAC
A47. She's only make-believe ~ MOTHERGOOSE
A48. Certain storyteller ~ MOTHERGOOSE
A48. Kiddie character ~ MOTHERGOOSE
A52. Place for beakers ~ LAB
A53. Big pooch ~ LAB
A53. You may see a reaction in one ~ LAB
A55. Shine a light on ~ IRRADIATE
A56. Buckeye State ~ OHIO
A56. Mississippi tributary ~ OHIO
A56. Argentine plain ~ LLANO
A57. Nee ~ BORN
A57. Kind of loser ~ BORN
A58. Bodies of water numbering seven ~ SEAS
A58. In the know ~ AWARE
A58. In the know ~ AWARE
A59. Kuwaiti pooh-bah ~ EMIR
A60. Census ~ POLL
A60. Collection of opinions ~ POLL
A60. Awkward brutes ~ LOUTS
A61. Story starter ~ ONCE
A61. Twice removed from thrice ~ ONCE
A61. Tenth grader ~ SOPH
A62. Spaghetti accompaniment ~ SAUCE
A62. Apple or tomato, e.g. ~ SAUCE
A62. Stopwatch count, for short ~ SECS
A63. Cast off ~ SHED
A63. Cast off ~ SHED
A63. Sissies, mostly? ~ ESSES
A64. Round of seasons ~ YEAR
A64. Round of seasons ~ YEAR
D1. They fly by night ~ OWLS
A65. "Iron Mike" ~ TYSON
A65. Name in rings or chicken ~ TYSON
D2. Starlet's quest ~ ROLE
D1. Deep cut ~ GASH
D1. Plastic alternative? ~ CASH
D3. She's only make-believe ~ TOOTHFAIRY
D2. Prefix for eight ~ OCTA
D2. Arachnid-appropriate prefix ~ OCTO
D4. "Get your hands off me!" ~ HEY
D3. Child's nighttime visitor ~ TOOTHFAIRY
D3. Kiddie character ~ TOOTHFAIRY
D5. Baptisms by fire ~ ORDEALS
D4. Capote's nickname ~ TRU
D4. Capote's nickname ~ TRU
D6. The ones in front of us ~ THESE
D5. It catches some waves ~ ANTENNA
D5. It catches some waves ~ ANTENNA
D7. Captain's charge ~ BOAT
D6. Slovenly ~ MESSY
D6. Littered, e.g. ~ MESSY
D8. Altar end of a church ~ APSE
D7. Help in holding up ~ ABET
D7. Touch up against ~ ABUT
D9. Giving it another go ~ RETRYING
D8. "Running of the bulls" threat ~ GORE
D8. Traditional knowledge ~ LORE
D10. Arranged, as Christmas lights ~ STRUNG
D9. Part of the invisible spectrum ~ INFRARED
D9. Like some night vision ~ INFRARED
D11. Didi who played Frenchy in "Grease" ~ CONN
D10. Express disapproval ~ REBUKE
D10. Censure severely ~ REBUKE
D12. Type of enrollment ~ OPEN
D11. Words after "son of" ~ AGUN
D11. This company rings a bell ~ AVON
D13. Lean and sinewy ~ WIRY
D12. Fish story ~ YARN
D12. Terrarium plant ~ FERN
D19. Dark black hardwood ~ EBONY
D13. Irascible ~ EDGY
D13. Part of a low poker straight ~ TREY
D22. Greeting to Brutus ~ AVE
D22. Summer drink suffix ~ ADE
D22. Summer drink suffix ~ ADE
D24. Baby newts ~ EFTS
D23. Mooches ~ BUMS
D23. Mooches ~ BUMS
D26. Broom type ~ WHISK
D25. "_____ it the truth!" ~ AINT
D25. Isn't the wrong way ~ AINT
D27. Cliffside home ~ AERIE
D27. Some Hindu music pieces ~ RAGAS
D27. Some Hindu music pieces ~ RAGAS
D28. British pens ~ GAOLS
D28. Net receipt ~ EMAIL
D28. Net receipt? ~ EMAIL
D29. Has no landlord, say ~ OWNS
D29. Plumber's supply ~ PIPES
D29. Plumber's supplies ~ PIPES
D30. He's only make-believe ~ SANTACLAUS
D30. Related ~ AKIN
D30. Related ~ AKIN
D31. "In memoriam" items ~ OBITS
D31. For he's a jolly good fellow ~ SANTACLAUS
D31. Kiddie character ~ SANTACLAUS
D32. Backs of necks ~ NAPES
D32. Stay clear of ~ AVOID
D32. Stay clear of ~ AVOID
D34. "What's your sine?" subj. ~ TRIG
D33. Mary Poppins was one ~ NANNY
D33. Mary Poppins, for one ~ NANNY
D37. Grocery stores ~ PANTRIES
D35. Trio minus one ~ DUET
D35. Trio minus one ~ DUET
D38. Mumbai garment ~ SARI
D38. Sunday singer ~ CHOIRBOY
D38. Sunday singer, perhaps ~ CHOIRBOY
D40. Got smart (with "up") ~ WISED
D39. Doesn't have a clue ~ ASEA
D39. Not in port ~ ASEA
D41. Light white wine ~ MOSELLE
D41. It's underfoot! ~ SOLE
D41. It's underfoot! ~ SOLE
D43. Go over old news ~ REHASH
D42. In any case ~ ATLEAST
D42. In any case ~ ATLEAST
D44. Kettle and Joad ~ MAS
D44. Look upon ~ BEHOLD
D44. Look upon ~ BEHOLD
D46. South Africans of Dutch descent ~ BOERS
D45. Household nickname ~ SIS
D45. Household nickname ~ SIS
D47. "Bye, bye, ___ American Pie ..." ~ MISS
D47. Solitude seeker ~ LONER
D47. Solitude seeker ~ LONER
D48. Creme-centered snack ~ OREO
D48. Washes the floor ~ MOPS
D48. Swabs the deck, e.g. ~ MOPS
D49. Sandy hazard ~ TRAP
D49. Here comes trouble! ~ OHOH
D49. "Here comes trouble!" ~ OHOH
D50. Willing to take part ~ GAME
D50. Turkish bath decoration ~ TILE
D50. Turkish bath decoration ~ TILE
D51. Applying to ears ~ OTIC
D51. Left ~ GONE
D51. Left ~ GONE
D53. "I'm in" indicator ~ ANTE
D52. Puget Sound whale ~ ORCA
D52. Puget Sound whale ~ ORCA
D54. Springsteen sobriquet ~ BOSS
D54. With the bow, in music ~ ARCO
D54. With the bow, in music ~ ARCO
D57. ___ Alamos, N.M. ~ LOS
D55. Has attachment ~ BEEN
D55. Has attachment ~ BEEN
D59. Modus operandi ~ WAY
D59. Modus operandi ~ WAY

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