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  • Title: "WELCOME, WINTER" (JANUARY 10, 2002)
  • Author: By Fran & Lou Sabin
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  • Title: FROSTY RECEPTION
  • Author: By Irma Afram / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: NIPPY AND THEN SOME
  • Author: By Oscar Lyndley / Timothy Parker
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A1. Commando's outing ~ RAID
A1. Speakeasy risk ~ RAID
A1. Chops for dinner ~ LAMB
A5. Calm down ~ ABATE
A5. Diminish in intensity ~ ABATE
A5. Play the ukulele ~ STRUM
A10. Ran for office, e.g. ~ VIED
A10. Strives for victory ~ VIES
A10. Hindrance to fairness ~ BIAS
A14. Harald V's capital ~ OSLO
A14. Christiania today ~ OSLO
A14. Shivering fit ~ AGUE
A15. Gale's teammate Piccolo ~ BRIAN
A15. Gale's teammate Piccolo ~ BRIAN
A15. Bottle's bouquet ~ AROMA
A16. Broadway opening? ~ ACTI
A16. Broadway opening? ~ ACTI
A16. Unpopular teenage spots ~ ACNE
A17. Sign of fright ~ CHILLBUMPS
A17. Sign of fright ~ CHILLBUMPS
A17. Signs of fright ~ CHILLBUMPS
A19. Security problem ~ LEAK
A19. "All in the Family" producer ~ LEAR
A19. Nerve network ~ RETE
A20. Flippered fish-eaters ~ SEALIONS
A20. Aquarium attractions ~ SEALIONS
A20. They may be pierced ~ EARLOBES
A21. Good to down ~ EDIBLE
A21. Good to down ~ EDIBLE
A21. Started a paragraph, perhaps ~ TABBED
A23. "Sock _____ me!" ~ ITTO
A23. "Suffice ___ say ..." ~ ITTO
A23. Coating of frozen dew ~ HOAR
A24. Fingerpaint ~ SMEAR
A24. Become unsteady applying lipstick ~ SMEAR
A24. Galley drudge ~ ROWER
A25. Kitchen implements ~ RICERS
A25. Kitchen implements ~ RICERS
A25. Approach abruptly ~ ACCOST
A28. Presidential advisers ~ CABINETS
A28. Presidential advisory groups ~ CABINETS
A28. Alpine singers ~ YODELERS
A31. Came about ~ AROSE
A31. Became an issue ~ AROSE
A31. Incline ~ SLOPE
A32. Dislikable person, in slang ~ PILL
A32. You might take it lying down ~ PILL
A32. Double denial ~ NONO
A33. Poi base ~ TARO
A33. Poi base ~ TARO
A33. Au ___ (with milk) ~ LAIT
A34. Become cohesive ~ GEL
A34. Become cohesive ~ GEL
A34. Pine-___ (cleaning brand) ~ SOL
A35. Send in different directions ~ SCATTER
A35. Send in different directions ~ SCATTER
A35. On the hunt for ~ SEEKING
A38. White wine apéritif ~ KIR
A38. Cassis-flavored aperitif ~ KIR
A38. Mauna ___ (Hawaiian peak) ~ KEA
A39. Justifiers of means ~ ENDS
A39. They can be made to meet ~ ENDS
A39. Computes the bottom line ~ ADDS
A41. Blackjack components ~ ACES
A41. Blackjack components ~ ACES
A41. "I couldn't agree with you more!" ~ AMEN
A42. Showing expertise ~ ADEPT
A42. Showing expertise ~ ADEPT
A42. "What did ___ you?" ("See?") ~ ITELL
A44. Took the long way home ~ DETOURED
A44. Took the long way home ~ DETOURED
A44. Ending for the phrase "right back where" ~ ISTARTED
A46. Stock holders? ~ STORES
A46. Stock holders? ~ STORES
A46. Not in agreement ~ AVERSE
A47. Big name at Indy ~ UNSER
A47. Big name at Indy ~ UNSER
A47. "When you wish ___ star ..." ~ UPONA
A48. Go bust ~ FAIL
A48. Word with stone or storm ~ HAIL
A48. Mineralogical deposits ~ ORES
A49. Noble partner? ~ BARNES
A49. Noble partner? ~ BARNES
A49. Popular snack chip ~ DORITO
A51. Train trailers ~ CABOOSES
A51. Train trailers ~ CABOOSES
A51. Doctor who hears animals ~ DOLITTLE
A55. Sommer of "The Prize" ~ ELKE
A55. Sommer of "The Prize" ~ ELKE
A55. Huber of tennis ~ ANKE
A56. Line drive, to knowledgeable baseball fans ~ FROZENROPE
A56. Line drive, in baseball lingo ~ FROZENROPE
A56. Birds Eye offering ~ FROZENFOOD
A58. Work with The James Gang ~ ABET
A58. Assist in malfeasance ~ ABET
A58. Not obscured ~ SEEN
A59. Kind of garments ~ OUTER
A59. Kind of garments ~ OUTER
A59. "The Courtship of Miles Standish" character ~ ALDEN
A60. Brickell or Falco ~ EDIE
A60. Brickell or Falco ~ EDIE
A60. "The ___ and Future King" ~ ONCE
A61. Basker's beams ~ RAYS
A61. Basker's beams ~ RAYS
A61. Axton who wrote "Joy to the World" ~ HOYT
A62. Saxes and clarinets ~ REEDS
A62. Baby Moses was hidden among them ~ REEDS
A62. Rundgren and Bridges ~ TODDS
A63. Requirement for a certain race ~ SACK
A63. Plunder ~ SACK
A63. One way to hold your horses ~ REIN
D1. Fabled birds ~ ROCS
D1. Enormous fabled birds ~ ROCS
D1. Add punch to the punch ~ LACE
D2. Court king Arthur ~ ASHE
D2. "A Hard Road to Glory" author ~ ASHE
D2. Eastern title of honor (Var.) ~ AGHA
D3. Pelvic bones ~ ILIA
D3. Dorsal bones ~ ILIA
D3. Conservationist John ~ MUIR
D4. Mover's helpers ~ DOLLIES
D4. Movers' helpers ~ DOLLIES
D4. Hotel gofer ~ BELLHOP
D5. Overseers of monk-y business? ~ ABBOTS
D5. Brothers' keepers? ~ ABBOTS
D5. Midnight assembly of witches ~ SABBAT
D6. Shoe designer Magli ~ BRUNO
D6. Shoe designer Magli ~ BRUNO
D6. "___ words were never spoken" ~ TRUER
D7. Objectives ~ AIMS
D7. Draws a bead on, e.g. ~ AIMS
D7. "CD" followers ~ ROMS
D8. Do some soft-shoe ~ TAP
D8. Percussive dance ~ TAP
D8. Ballpark figure? ~ UMP
D9. Touring company ~ ENSEMBLE
D9. Touring company ~ ENSEMBLE
D9. Extinct tusked mammal ~ MASTODON
D10. Prince of the comics ~ VALIANT
D10. Prince of the comics ~ VALIANT
D10. Gym weight ~ BARBELL
D11. Get-acquainted soiree, e.g. ~ ICEBREAKER
D11. Get-acquainted soiree, e.g. ~ ICEBREAKER
D11. Get-acquainted soiree, e.g. ~ ICEBREAKER
D12. Roster finish ~ ETAL
D12. Roster-truncating abbr. ~ ETAL
D12. Poker term ~ ANTE
D13. Dutch river sight ~ DIKE
D13. Word fit for a king ~ SIRE
D13. Apple pip, e.g. ~ SEED
D18. British measures ~ LITRES
D18. British measures ~ LITRES
D18. Takes off the leash ~ LOOSES
D22. "God" in Latin ~ DEI
D22. "God" in Latin ~ DEI
D22. Reverent wonder ~ AWE
D24. Bath add-ins ~ SALTS
D24. Bath add-ins, sometimes ~ SALTS
D24. 1998 De Niro film ~ RONIN
D25. Flew off the handle ~ RAGED
D25. Flew off the handle ~ RAGED
D25. Allegro ___ (very brisk, in music) ~ ASSAI
D26. "Granny" Ryan ~ IRENE
D26. "Granny" Ryan ~ IRENE
D26. Blockheads ~ CLODS
D27. Complete withdrawal ~ COLDTURKEY
D27. One way to quit ~ COLDTURKEY
D27. One way to kick a habit ~ COLDTURKEY
D28. Used as confirmation ~ CITED
D28. Quoted as an authority ~ CITED
D28. Joined a team ~ YOKED
D29. Folderol ~ TRIPE
D29. Folderol ~ TRIPE
D29. Cambodian cabbage? ~ RIELS
D30. Alphabetizes, perhaps ~ SORTS
D30. Particular kinds ~ SORTS
D30. Lacking originality ~ STALE
D32. Certain track auto ~ PACER
D32. Certain track auto ~ PACER
D32. Ancient Greek festival site ~ NEMEA
D36. Applies TLC ~ CARESFOR
D36. Likes a lot ~ CARESFOR
D36. "Jack Sprat could ..." ~ EATNOFAT
D37. Give one to a customer ~ RATION
D37. Give one to a customer, e.g. ~ RATION
D37. Cry uncle ~ GIVEIN
D40. Shakespearean output ~ SONNETS
D40. Shakespearean output ~ SONNETS
D40. Discerning ~ SAPIENT
D43. "_____ Claiborne" (1995) ~ DOLORES
D43. Name in the title of a Stephen King best seller ~ DOLORES
D43. Determine the presence of ~ TESTFOR
D45. Get some good out of ~ USE
D45. Get some good out of ~ USE
D45. Become compost ~ ROT
D46. They're rattled as a show of force ~ SABERS
D46. They're rattled as a show of force ~ SABERS
D46. Sen. Specter's namesakes ~ ARLENS
D48. Shook up ~ FAZED
D48. Humiliated on campus, in a way ~ HAZED
D48. Moved like goo ~ OOZED
D49. Creature not welcomed on Wall Street ~ BEAR
D49. One of a storied threesome ~ BEAR
D49. "The Incredibles" son ~ DASH
D50. _____ Longa (birthplace of Romulus and Remus) ~ ALBA
D50. Goya's "The Duchess of ___" ~ ALBA
D50. Count Basie's "___ Clock Jump" ~ ONEO
D51. Sheep's shelter ~ COTE
D51. Sheep's shelter ~ COTE
D51. "Mark Trail" cartoonist Ed ~ DODD
D52. Word with baking or diet ~ SODA
D52. Word with baking or diet ~ SODA
D52. Voice mail cue ~ TONE
D53. "The Ten Commandments" for one ~ EPIC
D53. "The Ten Commandments," for one ~ EPIC
D53. Activity centers ~ LOCI
D54. Second part of a kid's game ~ SEEK
D54. Second part of a kid's game ~ SEEK
D54. "East of ___" ~ EDEN
D57. Regret bitterly ~ RUE
D57. Regret bitterly ~ RUE
D57. Postal abbr. ~ RLO

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