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  • Title: "A LITTLE NEGATIVITY" (MAY 15, 2001)
  • Author: By Holden Baker
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  • Title: FAR FROM POSITIVE
  • Author: By Tim Burr / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: A THOUSAND TIMES NO
  • Author: By Henry Quarters / Timothy Parker
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A1. Jack Benny, to Rochester ~ BOSS
A1. Chain section ~ LINK
A1. Bambi, at story's end ~ STAG
A5. Necklace fastener ~ CLASP
A5. Necklace fastener ~ CLASP
A5. Crossers in fencing ~ EPEES
A10. MIT grad ~ ENGR
A10. Tech sch. grad, perhaps ~ ENGR
A10. RR train operator ~ ENGR
A14. Comment to a backstabber? ~ ETTU
A14. Apprised of ~ INON
A14. Symbol of holiness ~ HALO
A15. Lunar trench ~ RILLE
A15. Light weight ~ OUNCE
A15. Slow down, as rainfall ~ LETUP
A16. _____ over (read carefully) ~ PORE
A16. ___ over (read carefully) ~ PORE
A16. Like some homers ~ SOLO
A17. List-ending wds. ~ ETAL
A17. Small ornamental bag ~ ETUI
A17. River through southern Russia ~ URAL
A18. Chekhov or Bruckner ~ ANTON
A18. "The Maltese Falcon" actress ~ ASTOR
A18. Make immune, as to violence (Var.) ~ ENURE
A19. Words between "put" and "writing" ~ ITIN
A19. "Put ___ writing!" ~ ITIN
A19. You may come to it ~ STOP
A20. Best-seller category ~ NONFICTION
A20. Best-seller category ~ NONFICTION
A20. Best seller category ~ NONFICTION
A22. Calendar abbr. ~ SEPT
A22. Calendar abbr. ~ SEPT
A22. It hangs from a home ~ EAVE
A23. Ararat arrival ~ ARK
A23. Pack away ~ EAT
A23. Summer hours in D.C. ~ EDT
A24. Some mailing addresses ~ POBOXES
A24. Some mailing addresses ~ POBOXES
A24. Brackets for candles ~ SCONCES
A26. He'll fix your Colt ~ GUNSMITH
A26. Colt fixer ~ GUNSMITH
A26. Thoughtful soul ~ WONDERER
A31. Nothing at all ~ NADA
A31. Arp's art ~ DADA
A31. Price tag word ~ EACH
A32. Self-importance ~ EGO
A32. Self-importance ~ EGO
A32. "I love, " to Ovid ~ AMO
A33. Close by, to Keats ~ ANEAR
A33. Suffering ennui ~ BORED
A33. Philly hoopster ~ SIXER
A35. Tropical lizard ~ GECKO
A35. Tropical lizard ~ GECKO
A35. Phobias ~ FEARS
A38. Choral category ~ ALTO
A38. Voice below soprano ~ ALTO
A38. Weekend warrior's org. ~ ROTC
A40. Telescope devotee ~ GAZER
A40. Christener, e.g. ~ NAMER
A40. Us Weekly subj. ~ CELEB
A42. Editor's note ~ STET
A42. Editorial notation ~ STET
A42. Attention-getting sound ~ SNAP
A43. Doughboy's weapon ~ RIFLE
A43. Doughboy's weapon ~ RIFLE
A43. Guest beds? ~ SOFAS
A45. Passover meal ~ SEDER
A45. Indy 500 automobile ~ PACER
A45. Crab-walk ~ SIDLE
A47. One of over a dozen popes ~ LEO
A47. MGM lion ~ LEO
A47. Apr. workhorse ~ CPA
A48. Pari-mutuel numbers ~ ODDS
A48. Pari-mutuel numbers ~ ODDS
A48. Daunting type of exam ~ ORAL
A50. Company identifier ~ LOGOTYPE
A50. Company identifier ~ LOGOTYPE
A50. Kind of call ~ COURTESY
A52. Woolen fabric ~ WORSTED
A52. Woolen fabric ~ WORSTED
A52. Scheme ruiner ~ MARPLOT
A55. Words between "call" and "day" ~ ITA
A55. Words between "call" and "day" ~ ITA
A55. A superstar's may need massaging ~ EGO
A56. "And _____ thou slain the Jabberwock?" ~ HAST
A56. It's right on the map ~ EAST
A56. "And another thing ..." ~ ALSO
A57. Restaurant section ~ NONSMOKING
A57. Restaurant section, perhaps ~ NONSMOKING
A57. Restaurant section ~ NONSMOKING
A63. Satisfactory ~ OKAY
A63. Forgo a hit ~ STAY
A63. "Arrivederci" ~ CIAO
A64. Form of oxygen ~ OZONE
A64. Layer with a hole ~ OZONE
A64. Urania's sibling ~ ERATO
A65. Cardinal O'Connor's successor ~ EGAN
A65. "Magnet and Steel" singer Walter ~ EGAN
A65. "The same as mentioned," in footnotes ~ IDEM
A66. Yank, as a tooth ~ PULL
A66. Kiss partner ~ TELL
A66. Sherman's word for war ~ HELL
A67. Violinist's accessory ~ RESIN
A67. Tree exudation ~ RESIN
A67. Tangent, for one ~ RATIO
A68. Wee bit ~ IOTA
A68. Very small amount ~ IOTA
A68. Bossa ___ ~ NOVA
A69. Captain Hook's henchman ~ SMEE
A69. Snicker attachment ~ SNEE
A69. Unspecified people ~ ONES
A70. Skillful ~ ADEPT
A70. Skillful ~ ADEPT
A70. Trimmed of wool ~ SHORN
A71. Quick pace ~ TROT
A71. Quick pace ~ TROT
A71. Narrow lowland ~ GLEN
D1. Has attachment ~ BEEN
D1. Bank concern ~ LIEN
D1. Avoid ~ SHUN
D2. Klemperer or Preminger ~ OTTO
D2. Gung-ho about ~ INTO
D2. certain edible tuber ~ TARO
D3. Musial or Mikita ~ STAN
D3. Something in writing? ~ NOUN
D3. Oscar winner Arkin ~ ALAN
D4. Drugs used by medics in WWII ~ SULFAS
D4. Stabs or slashes ~ KNIFES
D4. Spoiled a good walk, per Mark Twain ~ GOLFED
D5. Let's get _____! (Let's go!) ~ CRACKING
D5. Collaboration, e.g. ~ COACTION
D5. Gas partner ~ ELECTRIC
D6. Kind of trap ~ LINT
D6. One of the deadly sins ~ LUST
D6. Confined (with "up") ~ PENT
D7. Prefix meaning "high" ~ ALTI
D7. "Nay!" sayer ~ ANTI
D7. Container for small toiletries ~ ETUI
D8. Single-masted ship ~ SLOOP
D8. Beat everybody to the news story ~ SCOOP
D8. Bucks across the pond ~ EUROS
D9. Long, narrow flag ~ PENNON
D9. French liqueur ~ PERNOD
D9. "King of Queens" character ~ SPENCE
D10. Sitcom segments ~ EPISODES
D10. Soap installments ~ EPISODES
D10. Perfumes, e.g. ~ ESSENCES
D11. Imprecisely ~ NOTEXACTLY
D11. Imprecisely ~ NOTEXACTLY
D11. "When donkeys fly!" ~ NOTACHANCE
D12. Express complaints ~ GRIPE
D12. Express complaints ~ GRIPE
D12. "If it doesn't fit, you must acquit" evidence ~ GLOVE
D13. Monopoly payments ~ RENTS
D13. Takes occupancy for a while ~ RENTS
D13. Ali's "Rumble in the Jungle" supporters ~ ROPES
D21. "The Madwoman of Chaillot" character ~ IRMA
D21. Metrical foot ~ IAMB
D21. "Beware the ___ of March" ~ IDES
D25. Sack ~ BAG
D25. A sucker holds it ~ BAG
D25. Big klutz ~ OAF
D26. Transmission part ~ GEAR
D26. Transmission component ~ GEAR
D26. Trojan and Korean ~ WARS
D27. Unattractive fruit? ~ UGLI
D27. Unattractive fruit? ~ UGLI
D27. "Typee" continuation ~ OMOO
D28. Notice at an art gallery, sometimes ~ NOTFORSALE
D28. Unavailable ~ NOTFORSALE
D28. Notice at an art gallery, sometimes ~ NOTFORSALE
D29. Oolong and others ~ TEAS
D29. It's catchy ~ TRAP
D29. Custody sharers, often ~ EXES
D30. Shirley Booth portrayal ~ HAZEL
D30. Pertaining to blood ~ HEMAL
D30. Antique artifact ~ RELIC
D34. Try again from square one ~ REDO
D34. "Art" trailer ~ DECO
D34. Try again from square one ~ REDO
D36. Retain ~ KEEP
D36. Retain ~ KEEP
D36. Converses, '60s style ~ RAPS
D37. Nebraska native ~ OTOE
D37. Platte River tribe ~ OTOE
D37. Fix a hot dog? ~ SPAY
D39. Julian calendar ~ OLDSTYLE
D39. Julian calendar method ~ OLDSTYLE
D39. Commuters' cost-savers ~ CARPOOLS
D41. Military unit ~ REGIMENT
D41. More than a battalion ~ REGIMENT
D41. Seldom-seen occurrence ~ BLUEMOON
D44. Summer hours in D.C. ~ EDT
D44. Summer hours in D.C. ~ EDT
D44. "Rebel Without a Cause" star Mineo ~ SAL
D46. Rooter beginning ~ ROTO
D46. Start for "tiller" ~ ROTO
D46. "Cogito ___ sum" ~ ERGO
D49. Lima's Mrs. ~ SENORA
D49. Lady of Lima ~ SENORA
D49. Introverted sorts ~ LONERS
D51. "_____ to the Limit" (Eagles hit) ~ TAKEIT
D51. Cue to a soloist ~ TAKEIT
D51. Puffing, as a cigarette ~ TOKING
D52. Bops ~ WHOPS
D52. Mae and Adam ~ WESTS
D52. Extremely masculine ~ MACHO
D53. Old hull caulking ~ OAKUM
D53. Like granola ~ OATEN
D53. Native's opposite ~ ALIEN
D54. Caught forty winks ~ DOZED
D54. Caught forty winks ~ DOZED
D54. Ark contents ~ TORAH
D58. Cyrano's feature ~ NOSE
D58. Cyrano's prominent feature ~ NOSE
D58. Peace gp. since 1949 ~ NATO
D59. Barbershop sound ~ SNIP
D59. Barbershop sound ~ SNIP
D59. Turnkey's workplace ~ STIR
D60. Borodin's Prince ~ IGOR
D60. Borodin's Prince ~ IGOR
D60. "American ___" ~ IDOL
D61. Alliance est. in 1949 ~ NATO
D61. Brussels-based org. ~ NATO
D61. "Party of Five" actress Campbell ~ NEVE
D62. Tiny pest ~ GNAT
D62. Tiny pest ~ GNAT
D62. Dillinger chaser ~ GMAN

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