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  • Title: "CROSSROADS" (SEPTEMBER 01, 2005)
  • Author: By Matthew J. Koceich
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  • Title: GOING MY WAY?
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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A1. Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo. ~ USAF
A1. "If I told you ___ ..." ~ ONCE
A5. Implied ~ MEANT
A5. Rousseau classic ~ EMILE
A10. Art 101 task ~ DRAW
A10. Wagnalls' collaborator ~ FUNK
A14. Water source ~ RILL
A14. "I'm in the ___ for Love" ~ MOOD
A15. Passion ~ ARDOR
A15. Wiesel's award ~ NOBEL
A16. Every relative? ~ EACH
A16. Certain fencing blade ~ EPEE
A17. Corpuscle's crossroad? ~ BLOODDRIVE
A17. Red Cross volunteer event ~ BLOODDRIVE
A19. Sherbet type ~ LIME
A19. Something borrowed ~ LOAN
A20. "Hail, Caesar!" ~ AVE
A20. "Norma ___" (Sally Field film) ~ RAE
A21. Residuum ~ REST
A21. Digs in ~ EATS
A22. Malmo's locale ~ SWEDEN
A22. Crime scene evidence ~ PRINTS
A24. Bahamas capital ~ NASSAU
A24. Enlist ~ ENROLL
A26. How some stand ~ PAT
A26. "Star Wars" pilot Solo ~ HAN
A27. Van Morrison's crossroad? ~ CYPRUSAVENUE
A27. Monopoly property ~ BALTICAVENUE
A34. Vader's creator ~ LUCAS
A34. Brass or bronze, e.g. ~ ALLOY
A37. On edge ~ ANTSY
A37. ___ knee (posed to propose) ~ ONONE
A38. Keyboard key ~ END
A38. "To ___ is human" ~ ERR
A39. Cousin of "zounds!" ~ EGAD
A39. Philandering fellow ~ ROUE
A40. Does office work ~ FILES
A40. Breadmaker's wheat ~ SPELT
A41. Manner of action ~ MODE
A41. "You ___?" (Lurch's question) ~ RANG
A42. One hundred percent ~ ALL
A42. "Which came first?" option ~ EGG
A43. "My Three Sons" son ~ ERNIE
A43. Agnew, the veep ~ SPIRO
A44. Type of sentence ~ RUNON
A44. Body trunk ~ TORSO
A45. Olympian's crossroad? ~ PICABOSTREET
A45. Where Elmo lives ~ SESAMESTREET
A48. Game antecedent? ~ CON
A48. "Just a ___" ("hold on") ~ SEC
A49. Indigenous ~ NATIVE
A49. Drink fit for the gods ~ NECTAR
A53. Check information ~ AMOUNT
A53. Japanese immigrant's grandchild ~ SANSEI
A56. Opposite of flunked ~ ACED
A56. Telling sign ~ OMEN
A58. Word with road or weather ~ MAP
A58. WSW's reverse ~ ENE
A59. It's soothing ~ BALM
A59. Away from the sea wind ~ ALEE
A60. Nostalgic one's crossroad? ~ MEMORYLANE
A60. Place for the nostalgic ~ MEMORYLANE
A63. Fourth largest of the Great Lakes ~ ERIE
A63. Too-tall tales ~ LIES
A64. Gerontologist's specialty ~ AGING
A64. TV's J.R. ~ EWING
A65. "The Morning Watch" author ~ AGEE
A65. Desert-dry ~ ARID
A66. First "L" of L.L. Bean ~ LEON
A66. "... countrymen, lend me your ___" ~ EARS
A67. Offensively curious ~ NOSEY
A67. Meshlike ~ NETTY
A68. MacLaine movie "Guarding ___" ~ TESS
A68. Tournament free rides ~ BYES
D1. Type of legend or renewal ~ URBAN
D1. Card game for three ~ OMBRE
D2. "A Death in Vienna" author ~ SILVA
D2. Pitching great Ryan ~ NOLAN
D3. Medicinal plants ~ ALOES
D3. Dove, often ~ COOER
D4. Mel's Diner waitress ~ FLO
D4. Shogun's Tokyo ~ EDO
D5. Ended an argument ~ MADEUP
D5. Ultimate conclusion ~ ENDALL
D6. Shows one's human side ~ ERRS
D6. "Bazooka Joe" character who wears turtlenecks ~ MORT
D7. Mine passage ~ ADIT
D7. One that gets a leg up? ~ IBIS
D8. Fall mo. ~ NOV
D8. "My Name Is Asher ___" ~ LEV
D9. Step over the line? ~ TRESPASS
D9. Babar, e.g. ~ ELEPHANT
D10. Another keyboard key ~ DELETE
D10. Catlike ~ FELINE
D11. All bets are off after this ~ RAID
D11. "... ___ a midnight dreary" ~ UPON
D12. Top of the heap ~ ACME
D12. Sans ice, as a drink ~ NEAT
D13. As soon as ~ WHEN
D13. Authors Follett and Kesey ~ KENS
D18. Camions ~ DRAYS
D18. Result of a jam ~ DELAY
D23. Undulated ~ WAVY
D23. "Must-see" review ~ RAVE
D25. Cigarfish ~ SCAD
D25. Certain woodwind ~ OBOE
D28. Verb in Morton Salt's slogan ~ RAINS
D28. Sun helmets (Var.) ~ TOPIS
D29. Affording no illumination ~ UNLIT
D29. Unable to react, as helium ~ INERT
D30. It wears its own brand ~ STEER
D30. "The ___ Purple" ~ COLOR
D31. Light gas ~ NEON
D31. Almost upon us ~ NEAR
D32. Word processing command ~ UNDO
D32. Capacious coffeepots ~ URNS
D33. First lady's home? ~ EDEN
D33. "Cogito ___ sum" ~ ERGO
D34. ___ of faith ~ LEAP
D34. "Iliad" god ~ ARES
D35. Tangelo ~ UGLI
D35. Opera-house box ~ LOGE
D36. High sch. math ~ CALC
D36. Hauls laboriously ~ LUGS
D40. Band's lead singer ~ FRONTMAN
D40. Biologist's focus ~ SPECIMEN
D41. Mongrel canine ~ MUTT
D41. Campus cadet's org. ~ ROTC
D43. Very dark black ~ EBON
D43. Baddie created by Barrie ~ SMEE
D44. Poised for action ~ READY
D44. "Bopper" lead-in ~ TEENY
D46. Insightfulness ~ ACUMEN
D46. Appraise ~ ASSESS
D47. Vigor ~ ENERGY
D47. E, to Einstein ~ ENERGY
D50. Public relations focus ~ IMAGE
D50. About to bawl ~ TEARY
D51. Barn toppers ~ VANES
D51. "Tomorrow" musical ~ ANNIE
D52. Fencing swords ~ EPEES
D52. Wetland flora ~ REEDS
D53. Genesis notable ~ ABEL
D53. Bargain basement event ~ SALE
D54. Old gray animal? ~ MARE
D54. Inter ___ ~ ALIA
D55. Mixed bag ~ OLIO
D55. "... and ___ the twain shall meet" ~ NEER
D56. "Jake's Thing" writer Kingsley ~ AMIS
D56. Fail to include ~ OMIT
D57. Geometric shape ~ CONE
D57. ___ Blanc (highest peak in the Alps) ~ MONT
D61. Victim of deflation ~ EGO
D61. Barnyard mama ~ EWE
D62. Back muscle, briefly ~ LAT
D62. Geneticist's workplace ~ LAB

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