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  • Title: "GOOD WILL" (FEBRUARY 02, 2005)
  • Author: By Gayle Dean
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  • Title: NICE THINGS
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: GOOD ACTING
  • Author: By Pannie Elder / Timothy Parker
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A1. Warsaw or Munich, e.g. ~ PACT
A1. Hostilities ender ~ PACT
A1. Football's Crimson Tide, for short ~ BAMA
A5. He walked "the line" ~ CASH
A5. Money on hand ~ CASH
A5. Two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage ~ SHAY
A9. Coffee machine setting ~ GRIND
A9. Coffee fineness setting ~ GRIND
A9. Leather strap ~ TAWSE
A14. Jai tail? ~ ALAI
A14. "For pity's sake" ~ ALAS
A14. Many a Norwegian ~ OLAV
A15. Vocal range ~ ALTO
A15. Vocal range ~ ALTO
A15. Charter, as a boat ~ HIRE
A16. "J.W. Coop" milieu ~ RODEO
A16. Barrel race locale ~ RODEO
A16. Double up in Vegas? ~ ELOPE
A17. Handy bag ~ TOTE
A17. Roman Catholic tribunal ~ ROTA
A17. ___ proprietorship ~ SOLE
A18. Diamond fault ~ FLAW
A18. Design problem ~ FLAW
A18. ___ Mountains (Asian border) ~ URAL
A19. Lace end ~ AGLET
A19. Lace end ~ AGLET
A19. One of Jane Austen's six ~ NOVEL
A20. Polite act ~ CHARITABLEDEED
A20. Generous thing ~ CHARITABLEDEED
A20. Generous act ~ CHARITABLEDEED
A23. Canaanite's ancestor ~ HAM
A23. Canaanite's ancestor, biblically ~ HAM
A23. When tripled, a McCartney/Jackson chart-topper ~ SAY
A24. Sci-fi gun ~ RAY
A24. Sci-fi gun ~ RAY
A24. The word, if you're silent ~ MUM
A25. Net judge's call ~ LET
A25. Authorize ~ LET
A25. L.A.'s west side? ~ LOS
A26. "My thoughts exactly!" ~ AMEN
A26. "My thoughts exactly!" ~ AMEN
A26. Cleansing bar ~ SOAP
A28. Marian, for one ~ MAID
A28. Marian, for one ~ MAID
A28. Don ___ (womanizer) ~ JUAN
A30. Blubber ~ SOB
A30. Blubber ~ SOB
A30. London TV network ~ BBC
A33. Brave legend ~ AARON
A33. Brave legend ~ AARON
A33. Having unpaid bills ~ OWING
A35. Split hairs ~ PART
A35. Split hairs ~ PART
A35. Feel pain ~ HURT
A36. Stuffing herb ~ SAGE
A36. Stuffing herb ~ SAGE
A36. Last month of the Jewish calendar ~ ELUL
A37. Polite act ~ GRACEFULGESTURE
A37. Elegant thing ~ GRACEFULGESTURE
A37. Elegant act ~ GRACEFULGESTURE
A40. Where you may find yourself on thin ice ~ RINK
A40. Where you may find yourself on thin ice ~ RINK
A40. Russo of "Lethal Weapon 4" ~ RENE
A41. Woodstock's Guthrie ~ ARLO
A41. Woodstock's Guthrie ~ ARLO
A41. S-shaped arch ~ OGEE
A42. Holography tool ~ LASER
A42. Holography tool ~ LASER
A42. In ___ (not yet born) ~ UTERO
A43. What some pitches are ~ ADS
A43. What some pitches are ~ ADS
A43. Short dashes ~ ENS
A44. Native Canadian ~ CREE
A44. Native Canadian ~ CREE
A44. Mention gratuitously, as a name ~ DROP
A45. Oscar winner Sorvino ~ MIRA
A45. Oscar winner Sorvino ~ MIRA
A45. A freelancer may work on it ~ SPEC
A46. Sofa problem ~ SAG
A46. Sofa problem ~ SAG
A46. Droop in the middle ~ SAG
A47. "Tamerlane" poet ~ POE
A47. "Tamerlane" poet ~ POE
A47. Sturgeon eggs, e.g. ~ ROE
A48. Tie up the phone ~ GAB
A48. Tie up the phone ~ GAB
A48. Gold-record earner ~ HIT
A51. Polite act ~ COMMONCOURTESY
A51. Polite thing ~ COMMONCOURTESY
A51. Polite act ~ COMMONCOURTESY
A56. Dull ~ VAPID
A56. Dull ~ VAPID
A56. Symbols of servitude ~ YOKES
A57. Rightfully deserve ~ EARN
A57. Work to get, as someone's trust ~ EARN
A57. Banned apple spray ~ ALAR
A58. Collier's way in ~ ADIT
A58. Collier's way in ~ ADIT
A58. Soaks thoroughly ~ WETS
A59. Fill with optimism ~ ELATE
A59. Fill with optimism ~ ELATE
A59. "J'Accuse" author Zola ~ EMILE
A60. Did an impression ~ APED
A60. Did an impression of ~ APED
A60. One who pulls in pushers ~ NARC
A61. Heckled ~ RODE
A61. Heckled ~ RODE
A61. Scandinavian seaport ~ OSLO
A62. Barkin in "This Boy's Life" ~ ELLEN
A62. Oscar winner Burstyn ~ ELLEN
A62. "How do you ___ relief?" ~ SPELL
A63. Warren Beatty flick ~ REDS
A63. Wine shop section ~ REDS
A63. Sanctuary section ~ APSE
A64. Many moons ~ AGES
A64. Many moons ~ AGES
A64. "... as ___ on TV" ~ SEEN
D1. Garden area ~ PATCH
D1. Dry out ~ PARCH
D1. Pear varieties ~ BOSCS
D2. See ya in Hawaii ~ ALOHA
D2. See ya in Hawaii ~ ALOHA
D2. "How are you?" in Honolulu ~ ALOHA
D3. Dual-hulled boats ~ CATAMARANS
D3. Dual-hulled boats ~ CATAMARANS
D3. Certain Southeast Asians ~ MALAYSIANS
D4. Ballpark level ~ TIER
D4. Basil was one ~ TSAR
D4. State categorically ~ AVER
D5. Loose tunic ~ CAFTAN
D5. Loose tunic ~ CAFTAN
D5. "Stop talking!" ~ SHUTUP
D6. Ease, as anxieties ~ ALLAY
D6. Ease, as anxieties ~ ALLAY
D6. Distiller Walker ~ HIRAM
D7. Wild guess ~ STAB
D7. Wild guess ~ STAB
D7. ___ League (Middle Eastern group) ~ ARAB
D8. Plaintive cry ~ HOWL
D8. Plaintive cry ~ HOWL
D8. Use an outdoor voice ~ YELL
D9. Assigned scores ~ GRADED
D9. Assigned scores ~ GRADED
D9. Muscle connector ~ TENDON
D10. Man of many words ~ ROGET
D10. Noted wordsmith ~ ROGET
D10. Succulents that soothe ~ ALOES
D11. Out of work ~ IDLE
D11. Out of work ~ IDLE
D11. Labored at a loom ~ WOVE
D12. Difficulty, so to speak ~ NEED
D12. Difficulty, so to speak ~ NEED
D12. Floored it ~ SPED
D13. Morse bit ~ DOT
D13. Morse bit ~ DOT
D13. Wiggly fish ~ EEL
D21. Pierre and Marie's daughter ~ IRENE
D21. Pierre and Marie's daughter ~ IRENE
D21. Public persona ~ IMAGE
D22. High-nosed ones ~ ELITE
D22. High-nosed ones ~ ELITE
D22. Thrill to pieces ~ ELATE
D27. Lampoon ~ MOCK
D27. Lampoon ~ MOCK
D27. Not never, but close ~ ONCE
D28. "Pretty Baby" director ~ MALLE
D28. "Pretty Baby" director ~ MALLE
D28. Minty race-day drink ~ JULEP
D29. Where to see Puppis and Carina ~ ARGO
D29. Where to see Puppis and Carina ~ ARGO
D29. Nudge forward ~ URGE
D30. Dachshund, slangily ~ SAUSAGEDOG
D30. Dachshund, slangily ~ SAUSAGEDOG
D30. Certain dressing ~ BLUECHEESE
D31. Brutish boss ~ OGRE
D31. Brutish boss ~ OGRE
D31. Hamilton's dueling opponent ~ BURR
D32. Oktoberfest order ~ BEER
D32. Oktoberfest order ~ BEER
D32. Nile queen, casually ~ CLEO
D33. City on the Jumna ~ AGRA
D33. City near New Delhi ~ AGRA
D33. Brutish boss ~ OGRE
D34. Rainless ~ ARID
D34. Rainless ~ ARID
D34. Brown-and-black songbird ~ WREN
D35. Unadulterated ~ PURE
D35. Unadulterated ~ PURE
D35. Quasimodo's creator Victor ~ HUGO
D36. Luminary ~ STAR
D36. Luminary ~ STAR
D36. Kitchen annex? ~ ETTE
D38. Henry Wells' partner ~ FARGO
D38. Henry Wells' partner ~ FARGO
D38. Do without ~ FORGO
D39. More cunning ~ SLIER
D39. More cunning ~ SLIER
D39. "Great!" ~ SUPER
D44. City on the Delaware River ~ CAMDEN
D44. New Jersey home of Walt Whitman ~ CAMDEN
D44. Fair one in fairy tales ~ DAMSEL
D45. Pitchers stand on them ~ MOUNDS
D45. Diamond elevations ~ MOUNDS
D45. Supplier of information ~ SOURCE
D46. Strike forcefully ~ SMITE
D46. Strike forcefully ~ SMITE
D46. Bloodhound's sense ~ SMELL
D47. Studied carefully (with "over") ~ PORED
D47. Studied carefully (with "over") ~ PORED
D47. Sounds from big crowds ~ ROARS
D49. "All kidding ___ ..." ~ ASIDE
D49. "All kidding ___ ..." ~ ASIDE
D49. Basketwork fiber ~ ISTLE
D50. Bunches of bits? ~ BYTES
D50. Bunches of bits? ~ BYTES
D50. Former boxing champ Mike ~ TYSON
D51. Vociferation ~ CALL
D51. Do some telemarketing ~ CALL
D51. Casino freebie, for short ~ COMP
D52. Iridescent gemstone ~ OPAL
D52. Iridescent gemstone ~ OPAL
D52. "___ from Muskogee" ~ OKIE
D53. A stone's throw away ~ NEAR
D53. A stone's throw away ~ NEAR
D53. Wendy Darling's dog ~ NANA
D54. Spit relative ~ CAPE
D54. Bull's rouser ~ CAPE
D54. Applaud ~ CLAP
D55. Storied plantation? ~ TARA
D55. 1939 movie setting ~ TARA
D55. Four parts? ~ TWOS
D56. Churchill's sign ~ VEE
D56. Churchill's sign ~ VEE
D56. "May I help you?" ~ YES

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