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  • Title: "BY THE NUMBERS" (OCTOBER 17, 2001)
  • Author: By Donald L. Blocher
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  • Author: By Kenneth Holt / Timothy Parker
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A1. Affirms as true ~ AVOWS
A1. Sudden fright ~ START
A6. Da Nang neighbor ~ HUE
A6. Mass. hours ~ EST
A9. Primrose and bridle ~ PATHS
A9. Comic sections, once ~ ROTOS
A14. Do a greenhouse job ~ REPOT
A14. One of a singing trio ~ TENOR
A15. Fire or honey ~ ANT
A15. Word that stops a street hockey game ~ CAR
A16. A Barrymore ~ ETHEL
A16. "I'm still listening" comment ~ UHHUH
A17. Complete turn around ~ ONEEIGHTY
A17. U-turn, essentially ~ ONEEIGHTY
A19. Earth, in sci-fi fare ~ TERRA
A19. More or less, informally ~ SORTA
A20. Leave a blot on ~ MAR
A20. Source of royal insomnia ~ PEA
A21. One asserting something ~ CLAIMER
A21. Wealthy king of Lydia ~ CROESUS
A23. Flow away ~ EBB
A23. "That's gross!" ~ EEW
A24. Subject of an 1867 sale ~ ALASKA
A24. Single act, as of genius ~ STROKE
A26. Vice principal's concern ~ LATENESS
A26. Some soccer players ~ STRIKERS
A28. Becomes one with another ~ WEDS
A28. They're filled at Easter ~ PEWS
A30. Staff leader? ~ CLEF
A30. Dewy-eyed one ~ NAIF
A31. Michaelmas daisy, for one ~ ASTER
A31. Head of state? ~ INTER
A34. Rpm measurer ~ TACH
A34. Eye part ~ IRIS
A37. Rod's companion ~ REEL
A37. Biweekly tide ~ NEAP
A40. Pitney _____ ~ BOWES
A40. Yellowish brown ~ TAWNY
A41. Lord Byron's daughter ~ ADA
A41. Smallest possible team ~ DUO
A42. Obviate ~ AVERT
A42. "Walk the Line" cast first name ~ REESE
A43. Sound of a hoof ~ CLOP
A43. Greek portico ~ STOA
A44. Member of the first family ~ ABEL
A44. Lady's man ~ GENT
A45. Put in a bibliography, say ~ CITED
A45. Destination of some flights ~ ATTIC
A46. Word with sun or moon ~ BEAM
A46. Quick meal ~ BITE
A48. One of Chaney's thousand ~ FACE
A48. Lamborghini's parent company ~ AUDI
A50. Small songbirds ~ SPARROWS
A50. George Lucas franchise ~ STARWARS
A54. Joined forces ~ MERGED
A54. Disgust ~ SICKEN
A58. Snowball in "Animal Farm" ~ PIG
A58. Two-year-old sheep ~ TEG
A59. Rose-arbor structure ~ TRELLIS
A59. Snake-haired monsters of mythology ~ ERINYES
A61. Smelter's supply ~ ORE
A61. It's not in Scotland ~ NAE
A62. Approach to an article ~ ANGLE
A62. Sunday player? ~ ORGAN
A64. 80 ~ FOURSCORE
A64. Eighty ~ FOURSCORE
A66. Moss horn ~ STEER
A66. "___ you ashamed of yourself?" ~ ARENT
A67. Exporting unit ~ TON
A67. Get wrong ~ ERR
A68. Disburdened ~ EASED
A68. Feeling no pain ~ OILED
A69. Large marine eel ~ MORAY
A69. Late, on a report card ~ TARDY
A70. Workout haven ~ SPA
A70. No longer in the USN ~ RET
A71. Gravity-powered vehicles ~ SLEDS
A71. Silent movie actress Nita ~ NALDI
D1. Kitchen come-on ~ AROMA
D1. Heeds a roadblock ~ STOPS
D2. Open to bribery ~ VENAL
D2. Part of a creed ~ TENET
D3. "Ernani" or "Orfeo" ~ OPERA
D3. Lend ___ (listen) ~ ANEAR
D4. Trial and tribulation ~ WOE
D4. Preschool group? ~ ROE
D5. They're gummed ~ STICKERS
D5. Monkey business ~ TRICKERY
D6. "Turnabout is fair play!" ~ HAHA
D6. Rotunda effect ~ ECHO
D7. Common preposition ~ UNTIL
D7. Stuffs to the gills ~ SATES
D8. Historical root words ~ ETYMA
D8. What a private eye might record ~ TRYST
D9. "Storm" seabird ~ PETREL
D9. Seller of Alaska in 1867 ~ RUSSIA
D10. Had the special ~ ATE
D10. "How about that!" ~ OHO
D11. Your yard ~ THREEFEET
D11. Everyone's yard ~ THREEFEET
D12. Tarragon and others ~ HERBS
D12. ___ Mongolia ~ OUTER
D13. Hunks of chocolate cake ~ SLABS
D13. Robert and Artie ~ SHAWS
D18. Like some rags ~ GLAD
D18. Cultivated ~ GREW
D22. Impress deeply ~ ETCH
D22. Coffee containers ~ URNS
D25. Word with carpet or street ~ SWEEPER
D25. Like some concerts or markets ~ OPENAIR
D27. More brashly presumptuous ~ NERVIER
D27. Kind of energy ~ KINETIC
D29. Shot in the dark ~ STAB
D29. One of six for a hexagon ~ SIDE
D31. Epitome of simplicity ~ ABC
D31. "___ your move" ~ ITS
D32. Scale tone ~ SOL
D32. Cole who sang "The Christmas Song" ~ NAT
D33. It may be off the wall ~ TWOBAGGER
D33. It may be off the wall ~ TWOBAGGER
D35. Fruity quaff ~ ADE
D35. Take off ~ RUN
D36. Bossy's offspring ~ CALF
D36. Greek letter after theta ~ IOTA
D38. Afore ~ ERE
D38. "So far ___ can tell ..." ~ ASI
D39. Abbr. on many cheques ~ LTD
D39. Mr. Universe may flex it ~ PEC
D42. Gets to via computer ~ ACCESSES
D42. Hotel chain ~ RADISSON
D44. Roman god ~ AMOR
D44. Drive or second ~ GEAR
D47. Main conduit ~ ARTERY
D47. White House bill ~ TWENTY
D49. Islamic chieftain ~ AMIR
D49. One needing rehab ~ USER
D50. Muscle contraction ~ SPASM
D50. Mink's kin ~ STOAT
D51. Mottled horse ~ PINTO
D51. Latin land? ~ TERRA
D52. Cross threads ~ WEFTS
D52. More abundant ~ RIFER
D53. One-master ~ SLOOP
D53. Sing & ___ Ernie ("Sesame Street" doll) ~ SNORE
D55. Mother riding a flying gander ~ GOOSE
D55. Dealey Plaza feature ~ KNOLL
D56. Revealed fallibility ~ ERRED
D56. Like the fur seal ~ EARED
D57. They have property lines? ~ DEEDS
D57. "___ say more?" ~ NEEDI
D60. Russian spacecraft series ~ LUNA
D60. Mongolian tent ~ YURT
D63. Grazing ground ~ LEA
D63. So-so connection? ~ AND
D65. First name among baseball legends ~ CAL
D65. Org. in "The Good Shepherd" ~ CIA

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