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  • Title: "PIANO LESSONS" (NOVEMBER 06, 2001)
  • Author: By Marjorie Richter
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  • Author: By Alex Vintner / Timothy Parker
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A1. Emulate Icarus ~ SOAR
A1. Desert descriptor ~ ARID
A5. PC key ~ CTRL
A5. A schussboomer uses them ~ SKIS
A9. Good _____ (fixed) ~ ASNEW
A9. Alternative to a station wagon or convertible ~ SEDAN
A14. Dermatologist's concern ~ ACNE
A14. "... that nobody can ___" ~ DENY
A15. Stacked cookie ~ OREO
A15. Warm-hearted ~ NICE
A16. Kind of eclipse ~ LUNAR
A16. "Fear of Flying" writer Jong ~ ERICA
A17. Stage that may need debugging ~ BETA
A17. 88 make, for short ~ OLDS
A18. "_____ and the Swan" (da Vinci) ~ LEDA
A18. "Awaiting your reply" ~ OVER
A19. Piousness ~ PIETY
A19. It's thrown into baskets ~ WASTE
A20. Long, narrow apartment ~ RAILROADFLAT
A20. Narrow apartment ~ RAILROADFLAT
A23. Like Phoenicia ~ ANCIENT
A23. Goes over ~ EXCEEDS
A24. Polar feature ~ ICECAP
A24. Became worn away ~ ERODED
A28. Stallone's nickname ~ SLY
A28. Ultimate "Survivor" winner? ~ CBS
A29. Vishnu avatar ~ RAMA
A29. Pond croaker ~ TOAD
A31. WWW address ~ URL
A31. Yalie ~ ELI
A32. Violin maker ~ AMATI
A32. Overwhelming rush ~ SPATE
A35. Hope went down that road ~ BALI
A35. Chariots of hire? ~ CABS
A36. Mlle., in Madrid ~ SRTA
A36. Came home on one's backside ~ SLID
A37. This puzzle's theme ~ MUSICALNOTATION
A37. What this puzzle is about ~ MUSICALNOTATION
A40. ___-a-brac ~ BRIC
A40. Heroic narrative ~ EPIC
A41. Learning method ~ ROTE
A41. Variety of plum ~ GAGE
A42. College teachers, informally ~ PROFS
A42. Brooklyn's ___ Institute ~ PRATT
A43. Young boy ~ LAD
A43. Young chap ~ LAD
A44. Plays the horses ~ BETS
A44. 43-Across in Australia ~ BOYO
A45. Lead-up to la ~ TRA
A45. Ipanema city ~ RIO
A46. Craps natural ~ ELEVEN
A46. Balance on the brink ~ TEETER
A48. Prehistoric period ~ IRONAGE
A48. Nameless scoundrel ~ SOANDSO
A52. Sarcastic ~ SHARPTONGUED
A52. Caustic in speech ~ SHARPTONGUED
A55. Wheel spokes ~ RADII
A55. Bones in forearms ~ ULNAE
A58. Utah city ~ OREM
A58. "CHiPs" star Estrada ~ ERIK
A59. Rock attachment ~ ETTE
A59. Parcel (with "out") ~ METE
A60. Make parallel ~ ALIGN
A60. Retail giant ~ SEARS
A61. Ceremonial elegance ~ POMP
A61. "Jazz" novelist Morrison ~ TONI
A62. Colorful horse ~ ROAN
A62. Abbr. akin to etc. ~ ETAL
A63. Adrenal, e.g. ~ GLAND
A63. "The Scream" evocation ~ ANGST
A64. Effortlessness ~ EASE
A64. A bit of superiority ~ EDGE
A65. Jet set? ~ SSTS
A65. "Away in a Manger," for one ~ NOEL
D1. Israeli native ~ SABRA
D1. Be extremely fond of ~ ADORE
D2. Pout's place ~ OCEAN
D2. "Calm down!" ~ RELAX
D3. Shenanigan ~ ANTIC
D3. Sanskrit or Hindi, e.g. ~ INDIC
D4. Not fanciful ~ REALISTIC
D4. Having a certain learning disorder (Var.) ~ DYSLECTIC
D5. Ant group ~ COLONY
D5. Hair protectors ~ SNOODS
D6. Pleasant surprise ~ TREAT
D6. Pueblo Indian structures ~ KIVAS
D7. Comedian Foxx ~ REDD
D7. Applied frosting ~ ICED
D8. Where to find a couple of heels ~ LOAF
D8. A slave, not a wave ~ SERF
D9. South American wool source ~ ALPACA
D9. Alaska was his "folly" ~ SEWARD
D10. Neil Simon's "Plaza _____" ~ SUITE
D10. Bard's inspiration ~ ERATO
D11. About 22 degrees ~ NNE
D11. Affront, in slang ~ DIS
D12. Stuff one's face ~ EAT
D12. Show piece? ~ ACT
D13. Sardonic ~ WRY
D13. "No," to Sir Walter Scott ~ NAE
D21. Piece of history ~ RELIC
D21. Medieval stringed instrument ~ REBEC
D22. The sky, sometimes ~ LIMIT
D22. "... to say the ___" ~ LEAST
D25. Antique shop item ~ CURIO
D25. Novelist Ephron ~ DELIA
D26. "Zen and the _____ Motorcycle Maintenance" ~ ARTOF
D26. "A Cooking Egg" poet ~ ELIOT
D27. Thinks ahead ~ PLANS
D27. "Why ___ I think of that?" ~ DIDNT
D29. Throws a fit ~ RANTS
D29. It takes two to do it ~ TANGO
D30. Shampoo additive ~ ALOE
D30. English horn relative ~ OBOE
D32. Saunter ~ AMBLE
D32. Extract metal from ~ SMELT
D33. Diego Rivera work ~ MURAL
D33. Cocoon occupants ~ PUPAE
D34. Remark to the audience ~ ASIDE
D34. Actor's remark to the audience ~ ASIDE
D35. Inky smear ~ BLOT
D35. Potter's purchase ~ CLAY
D36. They don't know each other ~ STRANGERS
D36. Some circus performers ~ STRONGMEN
D38. Kind of football ~ ARENA
D38. Ancient marketplace ~ AGORA
D39. Cook wear ~ APRON
D39. Of concern to beekeepers ~ APIAN
D44. Lagging ~ BEHIND
D44. Urgent prompting ~ BEHEST
D45. _____ l'oeil ~ TROMPE
D45. Newest member of the force ~ ROOKIE
D47. Churchill's trademark ~ VSIGN
D47. Bygone leaders ~ TSARS
D48. Twos in the news ~ ITEMS
D48. Scorpion attack ~ STING
D49. Jaguars, for example ~ AUTOS
D49. "___ circumstances beyond ..." ~ DUETO
D50. Insinuate ~ GETAT
D50. Biological bristles ~ SETAE
D51. Paradisal spots ~ EDENS
D51. "The Life of Riley" character "Digger" ___ ~ ODELL
D53. It's fit to be tied ~ ROPE
D53. Network of veins, e.g. ~ RETE
D54. Malayan sailboat ~ PROA
D54. Cattle rancher's tool ~ PROD
D55. Scott Joplin composition ~ RAG
D55. Maine land ~ USA
D56. 100 percent ~ ALL
D56. Thriller author Deighton ~ LEN
D57. Day in Spain ~ DIA
D57. Worn-out horse ~ NAG

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