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  • Title: "FIRST FRUITS" (FEBRUARY 16, 2002)
  • Author: By David Covill
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  • Title: FRUIT PICKER
  • Author: By Carson Benny / Timothy Parker
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A1. When purchased alone ~ EACH
A1. Cyclist's choice ~ GEAR
A5. Room in Paris ~ SALLE
A5. Confined to a pen ~ STIED
A10. Carpet characteristic ~ PILE
A10. Cat's weapon ~ CLAW
A14. Famous Roman despot ~ NERO
A14. Girl Friday, e.g. ~ AIDE
A15. Some say it's over Atlantis ~ OCEAN
A15. "Alley Oop" character ~ OOOLA
A16. Pants-on-fire guy ~ LIAR
A16. "Come to me, Rover!" ~ HERE
A17. Dieter's choice, perhaps ~ GRAPEFRUITJUICE
A17. Breakfast drink ~ GRAPEFRUITJUICE
A20. Hall-of-Famer Clemente ~ ROBERTO
A20. Arranged, in a way ~ SERIATE
A21. Beat it! ~ DRUM
A21. Calvin Klein line ~ SEAM
A22. Slip cover? ~ DRESS
A22. 1998 headline event in India ~ NTEST
A24. Home of St. Francis ~ ASSISI
A24. Female part of a flower ~ PISTIL
A28. Baglike cavity ~ SAC
A28. "The Addams Family" cousin ~ ITT
A31. Not brewed, perhaps ~ INSTANT
A31. Counting everything ~ INTOTAL
A33. Woman with a habit? ~ NUN
A33. Actress Olivia d'___ ~ ABO
A34. Saginaw Bay Lake ~ HURON
A34. Ambulance attachment ~ SIREN
A36. Parabola part ~ ARC
A36. ___-Mart ~ WAL
A37. Exclude ~ OMIT
A37. "Jake's Thing" author Kingsley ~ AMIS
A38. Former British colony ~ ORANGEFREESTATE
A38. Breakfast spread ~ ORANGEMARMALADE
A42. It means nothing to Navratilova ~ LOVE
A42. Cover the road ~ PAVE
A43. Remote letters ~ VOL
A43. Weep convulsively ~ SOB
A44. Pure-and-simple ~ UTTER
A44. Agricultural apparatus ~ BALER
A45. Miner's pay dirt ~ ORE
A45. "___ to Joy" (Schiller work) ~ ODE
A46. One way to get from point A to point B ~ TAXICAB
A46. WWII prison camps ~ STALAGS
A49. Gender-changing suffix ~ ESS
A49. A lot of mammograms? ~ EMS
A50. Song from "Flashdance" ~ MANIAC
A50. Ancient oracle site ~ DELPHI
A52. Bagel, topologically ~ TORUS
A52. Baseball goof ~ ERROR
A54. Faithful ~ TRUE
A54. Lower layer of the earth's crust ~ SIMA
A56. Brno's locale ~ MORAVIA
A56. Brno locale ~ MORAVIA
A60. Small, one-crop nations ~ BANANAREPUBLICS
A60. Small, one-crop nations ~ BANANAREPUBLICS
A64. Aaron's calf, for one ~ IDOL
A64. "A keeper of sheep" ~ ABEL
A65. Potential sandcastle destroyers ~ TIDES
A65. Heavy textile ~ TAPIS
A66. From whence you can look down on people ~ ATOP
A66. Dropping-into-water sound ~ PLOP
A67. Mr. Universe's moneymaker ~ BODY
A67. Abound ~ TEEM
A68. School, on the Seine ~ ECOLE
A68. Bring joy to ~ ELATE
A69. Oxford professors ~ DONS
A69. Chick watchers ~ HENS
D1. MIT grad, perhaps ~ ENGR
D1. Comedian's repertoire ~ GAGS
D2. Prefix for dynamics ~ AERO
D2. Where St. Patrick's Day is a national holiday ~ EIRE
D3. Decapod crustacean ~ CRAB
D3. Hebrew calendar month ~ ADAR
D4. Crossed one's fingers ~ HOPED
D4. Position better, as a corsage ~ REPIN
D5. Tone down ~ SOFTEN
D5. Grow less adamant ~ SOFTEN
D6. Like some of these clues ~ ACROSS
D6. Come ___ (stop rolling) ~ TOREST
D7. Romanian currency ~ LEU
D7. Bettor's note ~ IOU
D8. ___-back (easygoing) ~ LAID
D8. Yale folk ~ ELIS
D9. Kind of exam ~ ENTRANCE
D9. Tree of desert oases ~ DATEPALM
D10. Jack Horner's fruit ~ PLUMS
D10. Bosom buddies ~ CHUMS
D11. Three marks on a sundial ~ III
D11. Handout at a tiki bar ~ LEI
D12. Anita Brookner's "Hotel du _____" ~ LAC
D12. Parabola part ~ ARC
D13. Before, bard-style ~ ERE
D13. Post-midnight hour adjective ~ WEE
D18. Mistake-making ~ ERRING
D18. Gourmand's pastime ~ EATING
D19. Fair ~ JUST
D19. Bad "Monopoly" space ~ JAIL
D23. Like a clear night ~ STARLIT
D23. Like double-parked cars ~ TOWABLE
D25. Sentence finisher ~ INMATE
D25. "Chili today, hot ___" ~ TAMALE
D26. Beverly Hills Hotel offerings ~ SUITES
D26. Footnote word ~ IBIDEM
D27. Entombs ~ INTERS
D27. Many in Las Vegas ~ LOSERS
D28. Yiddish writer Aleichem ~ SHOLOM
D28. Crustacean with seven pairs of legs ~ ISOPOD
D29. Break of day ~ AURORA
D29. Bitter outburst ~ TIRADE
D30. An abject coward ~ CRAVEN
D30. Globetrot ~ TRAVEL
D32. Is for many? ~ ARE
D32. Seasoned seaman ~ TAR
D35. A quarter of four ~ ONE
D35. 112.5 degrees away from S ~ ENE
D37. Baseball's legendary Mel ~ OTT
D37. "Au" cousin ~ ALA
D39. Empty ~ EVACUATE
D39. Approximation ~ ESTIMATE
D40. Certain carnivore ~ FOX
D40. Extinct New Zealand bird ~ MOA
D41. City neighbor ~ SUBURB
D41. What paper towels do ~ ABSORB
D46. Small mountain pool ~ TARN
D46. It can find furniture in the dark ~ SHIN
D47. Make someone do something ~ COMPEL
D47. Secret target? ~ ARMPIT
D48. Stimulate ~ AROUSE
D48. Game bird ~ GROUSE
D51. Geographical "boot" ~ ITALY
D51. Song used in worship ~ PSALM
D53. Dieter's choice, perhaps ~ SALAD
D53. Pal of Potsie and Richie ~ RALPH
D55. Musician Clapton ~ ERIC
D55. Asian salt lake, ___ Sea ~ ARAL
D57. Marlon in "The Godfather" ~ VITO
D57. Despicable ~ VILE
D58. Visual symbol ~ ICON
D58. Windows box? ~ ICON
D59. Sinister slitherers ~ ASPS
D59. Venomous varmints ~ ASPS
D60. Item in a baby's wardrobe ~ BIB
D60. Ball club? ~ BAT
D61. Shakespearean commotion ~ ADO
D61. Lisa Simpson's grandpa ~ ABE
D62. Sign of assent ~ NOD
D62. Birth name signifier ~ NEE
D63. Old Tokyo ~ EDO
D63. Smog-monitoring gp. ~ EPA

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