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  • Title: "SINK YOUR TEETH IN THIS" (SEPTEMBER 30, 2000)
  • Author: By Ed Early
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  • Title: ORAL TEST
  • Author: By Asia Pearl / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: ORAL EXAM
  • Author: By Cole Cooke / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: OPEN WIDE
  • Author: By Cole Cooke / Timothy Parker
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A1. Curious, to a fault ~ NOSY
A1. Shrews ~ NAGS
A1. Stretch for a VIP ~ LIMO
A1. Tell it to the judge ~ PLEA
A5. Standard ~ USUAL
A5. Standard ~ USUAL
A5. Saturate ~ IMBUE
A5. Amherst school, for short ~ UMASS
A10. Ga. Tech grad. ~ ENGR
A10. Ga. Tech grad, perhaps ~ ENGR
A10. Abacus unit ~ BEAD
A10. "What ___ important?" ~ ISSO
A14. First name in scat ~ ELLA
A14. Distinctive atmosphere ~ AURA
A14. Urgent memo letters ~ ASAP
A14. Draws a bead ~ AIMS
A15. Part of UNCF ~ NEGRO
A15. Part of UNCF ~ NEGRO
A15. Gets warmer, in a game ~ NEARS
A15. Alcove ~ NICHE
A16. Peeve ~ RILE
A16. Peeve ~ RILE
A16. Inner drive ~ URGE
A16. Like meat past its prime ~ GAMY
A17. Politician's nemesis? ~ SLIPOFTHETONGUE
A17. Fodder for Freud ~ SLIPOFTHETONGUE
A17. Verbal error ~ SLIPOFTHETONGUE
A17. Verbal error ~ SLIPOFTHETONGUE
A20. Caledonian cap ~ TAM
A20. Lengthen (with "to") ~ ADD
A20. Russian Tea Room decorations, perhaps ~ SAMOVARS
A20. Emulate Pavlov's dog ~ SALIVATE
A21. Thai temples ~ WATS
A21. Thai temples ~ WATS
A21. American impressionist Childe ~ HASSAM
A21. Gives a leg up ~ BOOSTS
A22. Quieted a crying baby ~ HUSHED
A22. Quieted a crying baby ~ HUSHED
A22. Lost animated fish ~ NEMO
A22. Kings, in Portugal ~ REIS
A23. History muse ~ CLIO
A23. History muse ~ CLIO
A23. Type of coincidence ~ MERE
A23. Cowardly Lion portrayer ~ LAHR
A24. Historian's concern ~ PAST
A24. It may be checkered ~ PAST
A24. Grocery store section ~ BAKERY
A24. Hedy who played Delilah ~ LAMARR
A25. Handicap ~ IMPAIR
A25. Handicap ~ IMPAIR
A27. Escapee from Sodom ~ LOT
A27. Alternative to a PC ~ MAC
A28. Classify ~ SORT
A28. Classify ~ SORT
A28. Wall Street abbr. ~ NYSE
A28. Connecticut Ivy Leaguers ~ ELIS
A29. Kidnapping grp. of the '70s ~ SLA
A29. Patty Hearst's kidnap grp. ~ SLA
A32. Topple over ~ UPEND
A32. Man who played Chan ~ OLAND
A32. Yuletide carols ~ NOELS
A32. Carolers' selections ~ NOELS
A33. High-pressure personality ~ TYPEA
A33. "Casablanca" cafe ~ RICKS
A33. Opera's _____ Te Kanawa ~ KIRI
A33. Diva ___ Te Kanawa ~ KIRI
A35. Some plural endings ~ OES
A35. Cool ___ cucumber ~ ASA
A34. Tuftlike mass ~ FLOC
A34. Tuftlike mass ~ FLOC
A36. What delicious food seems to do ~ MELTINONESMOUTH
A36. Be especially savory ~ MELTINONESMOUTH
A35. Impoverished existence ~ FROMHANDTOMOUTH
A35. Not the best way to live ~ FROMHANDTOMOUTH
A39. Crony ~ PAL
A39. Fifth in NYC, e.g. ~ AVE
A38. Years on end ~ EONS
A38. Ages upon ages ~ EONS
A40. Fine partner ~ DANDY
A40. Bygone Venetian magistrates ~ DOGES
A39. Tiger's supply of eighteen ~ TEES
A39. Pipe fittings ~ TEES
A41. City in Montana ~ BUTTE
A41. "If ___" (Beatles song) ~ IFELL
A40. Mountain ridge ~ ARETE
A40. Mountain ridge ~ ARETE
A42. "The ___ the limit!" ~ SKYS
A42. Finch's home ~ NEST
A41. Hosp. employees ~ RNS
A41. Docs' helpers ~ RNS
A44. Fjord relative ~ RIA
A44. His companion ~ HER
A42. Beseeched ~ PLED
A42. Beseeched ~ PLED
A45. Yon partner ~ HITHER
A45. Trumpet blasts ~ BLARES
A43. Did a teacher's job ~ GRADED
A43. Did a teacher's job ~ GRADED
A46. ___ and feathers ~ TARS
A46. "But ___, there's more!" ~ WAIT
A44. Sad comment ~ ALAS
A44. Sad comment ~ ALAS
A48. Nautical centerpiece ~ KEEL
A48. "90210" extra ~ TEEN
A45. Hall of Famer Vaughan ~ ARKY
A45. Baseball Hall of Famer Vaughan ~ ARKY
A49. Illinois river city ~ PEORIA
A49. Dental fixative ~ CEMENT
A46. Inferior deity ~ DAEMON
A46. Mythical inferior deity ~ DAEMON
A52. Minerals found in copper deposits, sometimes ~ BORNITES
A52. Harem ~ SERAGLIO
A49. "That makes sense" ~ ISEE
A49. "That makes sense" ~ ISEE
A56. Set for battle ~ ARMEDTOTHETEETH
A56. More than ready for battle ~ ARMEDTOTHETEETH
A50. Something the picky pick? ~ NIT
A50. Something the picky pick? ~ NIT
A58. List on a detergent label, perhaps ~ USES
A58. Army outfit ~ UNIT
A53. Ready for battle ~ ARMEDTOTHETEETH
A53. Ready for battle ~ ARMEDTOTHETEETH
A59. Some Jewish months ~ ELULS
A59. Bird found in Florida ~ EGRET
A56. Bridle ~ REIN
A56. Bridle attachment ~ REIN
A60. Wife of a rajah ~ RANI
A60. "Kinsey" star Neeson ~ LIAM
A57. Like the wall behind Sammy Sosa ~ IVIED
A57. Like Harvard's walls ~ IVIED
A61. Camera attachment ~ LENS
A61. "Aloha" accompaniments ~ LEIS
A58. Costa _____ ~ RICA
A58. Costa ___ ~ RICA
A62. Insolent ~ SASSY
A62. Derby winner's wreath ~ ROSES
A59. Adds pitch? ~ TARS
A59. Cigarette substances ~ TARS
A63. Sharp blow ~ SLAP
A63. Enclosure with a ms. ~ SASE
A60. Shrewd ~ CANNY
A60. Shrewd ~ CANNY
D1. Young lady ~ LASS
D1. Emulate Brett Favre ~ PASS
A61. K-12, scholastically ~ ELHI
A61. K-12, scholastically ~ ELHI
D2. Majorca, to a native ~ ISLA
D2. Reader's Digest co-founder Wallace ~ LILA
D1. Twig construction ~ NEST
D1. Magellan org. ~ NASA
D3. Hurt severely ~ MAIM
D3. Zatopek or Jannings ~ EMIL
D2. Stewpot ~ OLLA
D2. First word of a famous song title ~ AULD
D4. Frazier, to Ali ~ OPPONENT
D4. Hopeful one ~ ASPIRANT
D3. Lose weight (with "down") ~ SLIM
D3. Crossword puzzle part ~ GRID
D5. Odious reputation ~ INFAMY
D5. Picket-sign word ~ UNFAIR
D4. Beat one's gums ~ YAP
D4. Easy mark ~ SAP
D6. Urban newspaper section ~ METRO
D6. Cookie sheet graspers ~ MITTS
D5. Not just ~ UNFAIR
D5. Not just ~ UNFAIR
D7. "A Christmas Carol" cries ~ BAHS
D7. Belly trouble ~ ACHE
D6. Heated argument ~ SETTO
D6. Heated argument ~ SETTO
D8. Press ending ~ URE
D8. "Our boat," pronominally ~ SHE
D7. Terse pans ~ UGHS
D7. Cries of aversion ~ UGHS
D9. Art lovers (Var.) ~ ESTHETES
D9. Bumps in the road ~ SETBACKS
D8. "Chances _____" ~ ARE
D8. "Chances ___" ~ ARE
D10. Inventor of a burner ~ BUNSEN
D10. Deliberately not notice ~ IGNORE
D9. Fictional ladies' man ~ LOTHARIO
D9. Fictional ladies' man ~ LOTHARIO
D11. Work units ~ ERGS
D11. Doesn't hold up well, in a way ~ SAGS
D10. Dadaist Max ~ ERNST
D10. Dadaist Max ~ ERNST
D12. Request from a thirsty Spaniard? ~ AGUA
D12. Sooty matter ~ SMUT
D11. Near, quaintly ~ NIGH
D11. Near, poetically ~ NIGH
D13. Form an opinion ~ DEEM
D13. Command for silence, in court (Var.) ~ OYES
D12. Model airplane kit requirement ~ GLUE
D12. Model airplane kit requirement ~ GLUE
D18. Went to extremes ~ OVERDID
D18. Went too far with ~ OVERDID
D13. Beatty's role in "Reds" ~ REED
D13. Wind instrument ~ REED
D19. Lifeboat must ~ OAR
D19. "La-la" lead-in ~ OOH
D18. Like a nocturnal bird ~ OWLISH
D18. Wise, figuratively ~ OWLISH
D23. Displaying listlessness, e.g. ~ MOPEY
D23. They're poked in the eyes ~ LACES
D19. Get rid of ~ OUST
D19. Give the boot to ~ OUST
D24. Grinds partner ~ BUMPS
D24. "Death of a Salesman" protagonist ~ LOMAN
D23. Sedates ~ CALMS
D23. Eases one's anxiety ~ CALMS
D25. In a vertical position ~ APEAK
D25. Tylenol alternative ~ ALEVE
D24. New York and New Orleans, for two ~ PORTS
D24. Cork and Corfu, for two ~ PORTS
D26. Shade of green ~ KELLY
D26. Cock and bull, e.g. ~ MALES
D25. Conclude ~ INFER
D25. Deduce ~ INFER
D27. "Wonder Woman" Carter ~ LYNDA
D27. Clementine's father, in song ~ MINER
D26. Dummkopf ~ MORON
D26. Dummkopf ~ MORON
D29. It must be served, it's said ~ YOUTH
D29. Cohort of Roker ~ LAUER
D27. Drudges ~ PEONS
D27. Lowly workers ~ PEONS
D30. Hill count in Roma ~ SETTE
D30. Fiber for cordage ~ ISTLE
D28. Joined forces (with) ~ SIDED
D28. Blind or broad attachment ~ SIDED
D31. English urban district ~ ESHER
D31. Comedian Mort and kin ~ SAHLS
D29. Turned about ~ SLUED
D29. Turned on an axis ~ SLUED
D33. Morrison and Tennille ~ TONIS
D33. Man of many synonyms ~ ROGET
D30. Lenya or Lehmann ~ LOTTE
D30. Lenya or Lehmann ~ LOTTE
D34. Surrounding ~ AMBIENT
D34. Cast a sunny look toward ~ SMILEAT
D31. Yearned ~ ACHED
D31. Yearned ~ ACHED
D37. Adds commentary to ~ NARRATES
D37. Diamond gem ~ NOHITTER
D33. What believers fall on ~ KNEES
D33. What believers may fall on ~ KNEES
D38. People living away from their place of work ~ OUTLIERS
D38. "City ___" (Nicolas Cage film) ~ OFANGELS
D34. Sudden attack ~ FORAY
D34. Quick raid ~ FORAY
D43. Accent ~ STRESS
D43. "Rockin' Robin" sounds ~ TWEETS
D36. View from the Maine coast ~ ATLANTIC
D36. View from the Maine coast ~ ATLANTIC
D45. Joan of Arc's crime ~ HERESY
D45. Guardian Angels' toppers ~ BERETS
D37. Food source ~ MARKET
D37. Food source ~ MARKET
D47. Helping hand ~ AID
D47. "Isn't there more to the story?" ~ AND
D42. Walk heavily ~ PLOD
D42. Walk heavily ~ PLOD
D48. Eye makeups ~ KOHLS
D48. Giggly laugh ~ TEHEE
D43. Excessively desirous ~ GREEDY
D43. Excessively desirous ~ GREEDY
D49. He was converted on the road to Damascus ~ PAUL
D49. Net lining in a woman's hat ~ CAUL
D44. Revival shouts ~ AMENS
D44. Revival shouts ~ AMENS
D50. Scottish Gaelic ~ ERSE
D50. Graceful seabird ~ ERNE
D45. Whitish ~ ASHEN
D45. Beyond the pale? ~ ASHEN
D51. Good or bad sign ~ OMEN
D51. 2002, in old Rome ~ MMII
D46. Pub missile ~ DART
D46. Pub missile ~ DART
D52. Heating measures, briefly ~ BTUS
D52. Bering and Taiwan (Abbr.) ~ STRS
D47. Environs ~ AREA
D47. Environs ~ AREA
D53. Marsh duck ~ TEAL
D53. "Return of the Jedi" princess ~ LEIA
D48. Kuwaiti noble ~ EMIR
D48. Kuwaiti noble ~ EMIR
D54. Sicilian volcano ~ ETNA
D54. "Take ___ a compliment!" ~ ITAS
D49. "Put _____ writing" ~ ITIN
D49. "Put ___ writing" ~ ITIN
D55. Transport commercially ~ SHIP
D55. "Alas!" ~ OHME
D50. First name among moonwalkers ~ NEIL
D50. First name among moonwalkers ~ NEIL
D57. Pay ending ~ OLA
D57. U.S. satellite of the '60s ~ OGO
D51. Sumac souvenir ~ ITCH
D51. Sumac souvenir, perhaps ~ ITCH
D52. Laotian's neighbor ~ THAI
D52. Laotian's neighbor ~ THAI
D54. Breakfast of centurions? ~ OVA
D54. Breakfast of centurions? ~ OVA
D55. Before, in poesy ~ ERE
D55. Before, in poesy ~ ERE

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