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  • Title: "CREEPY CRAWLERS" (SEPTEMBER 01, 2001)
  • Author: By Sylvia Thompson
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  • Title: CREEPED OUT
  • Author: By Carl Cranby / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: CREEPY
  • Author: By Adam Crosse / Timothy Parker
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A1. Troglodytic tool ~ CLUB
A1. Divulge a secret ~ BLAB
A1. "Star Trek" phaser setting ~ STUN
A5. Sainted mother of Constantine ~ HELENA
A5. Sainted mother of Constantine ~ HELENA
A5. Added filing aids to ~ TABBED
A11. Roll of dough? ~ WAD
A11. Roll of dough? ~ WAD
A11. A big spender may flash one ~ WAD
A14. Legendary entertainer ~ HOPE
A14. Mythical mischief-maker ~ LOKI
A14. Butterfly stage ~ PUPA
A15. Not involving questions of right or wrong ~ AMORAL
A15. Not involving questions of right or wrong ~ AMORAL
A15. Pal of George and Jerry ~ ELAINE
A16. Cheer for a toreador ~ OLE
A16. Cheer for a toreador ~ OLE
A16. A load off one's mine? ~ ORE
A17. Pistol, slangily ~ IRON
A17. Sheep genus ~ OVIS
A17. "Dukes of Hazzard" deputy ~ ENOS
A18. Picture book? ~ SCRIPT
A18. Picture book? ~ SCRIPT
A18. Shower scourge ~ MILDEW
A19. Bank worry ~ RUN
A19. Pool table success ~ RUN
A19. Try to get elected ~ RUN
A20. Creepy crawler ~ CENTIPEDE
A20. Creepy crawler ~ CENTIPEDE
A20. Atari game named for an arthropod ~ CENTIPEDE
A22. Card game for a sot? ~ RUMMY
A22. Card game for a sot? ~ RUMMY
A22. "De-lish!" ~ YUMMY
A24. They might have kinks ~ HOSES
A24. Thorny bunch ~ ROSES
A24. Twisted humor ~ IRONY
A25. Singer Ives ~ BURL
A25. Singer Ives ~ BURL
A25. Black Tuesday cry ~ SELL
A26. Stonecutter ~ MASON
A26. Stonecutter ~ MASON
A26. Bookstore passageway ~ AISLE
A29. Some medical buildings ~ CLINICS
A29. Some medical buildings ~ CLINICS
A29. ___ phone (application field) ~ DAYTIME
A32. Stamp-making org. ~ USPS
A32. Stamp-making org. ~ USPS
A32. Inane (Var.) ~ DOPY
A33. Sharp emotional attacks ~ THROES
A33. Sharp emotional attacks ~ THROES
A33. Hold in esteem ~ ADMIRE
A36. Pulitzer-winning Akins ~ ZOE
A36. Pulitzer-winning Akins ~ ZOE
A36. Zig's partner ~ ZAG
A37. Snowmobile part ~ SKI
A37. Enjoy Aspen, perhaps ~ SKI
A37. "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace" boy ~ ANI
A38. Pythagorean proposition ~ THEOREM
A38. Pythagorean proposition ~ THEOREM
A38. Sang like Crosby ~ CROONED
A39. Legal org. ~ ABA
A39. Legal org. ~ ABA
A39. Radial filler ~ AIR
A40. John and Bobby's brother ~ TED
A40. Jack and Bobby's brother ~ TED
A40. "Morning" or "night" lead-in ~ MID
A41. Keynoted ~ ORATED
A41. Spoke from the soapbox ~ ORATED
A41. Very long cold snap ~ ICEAGE
A42. Limo destination, sometimes ~ PROM
A42. Limo destination, sometimes ~ PROM
A42. Graceful seabird ~ ERNE
A43. Popular Christmas gift ~ SWEATER
A43. Knitted garment ~ SWEATER
A43. Sovereign's staff ~ SCEPTER
A45. In a wild and crazy way ~ MADLY
A45. In a wild and crazy way ~ MADLY
A45. Possessed, in the Bible ~ HADST
A46. Ceremony ~ RITE
A46. Ceremony ~ RITE
A46. Make use of the library, in a way ~ READ
A47. Bread boxes? ~ SAFES
A47. Some hotel amenities ~ SAFES
A47. Wind-direction devices ~ VANES
A50. Monetary reward ~ LUCRE
A50. "Filthy" money ~ LUCRE
A50. Former European coin ~ DUCAT
A52. Creepy crawler ~ TARANTULA
A52. Creepy creature ~ TARANTULA
A52. Hairy creature ~ TARANTULA
A56. Make a boo-boo ~ ERR
A56. Commit a faux pas, perhaps ~ ERR
A56. Answer incorrectly, e.g. ~ ERR
A57. Bookstore habitué ~ READER
A57. Bookworm ~ READER
A57. Like writing leaning to the right ~ ITALIC
A59. Dashing style ~ ELAN
A59. Dashing style ~ ELAN
A59. "How can I ___ repay you?" ~ EVER
A60. Holly Hunter role ~ ADA
A60. Nabokov novel ~ ADA
A60. Ottoman big shot ~ AGA
A61. Elegant fur ~ ERMINE
A61. Elegant fur ~ ERMINE
A61. Superior in lubricity ~ OILIER
A62. Course division ~ UNIT
A62. Apartment, e.g. ~ UNIT
A62. Bulk paper purchase ~ REAM
A63. Pencil stump ~ NUB
A63. Pencil stump, e.g. ~ NUB
A63. Coming out ball miss, briefly ~ DEB
A64. Treats a broken bone ~ RESETS
A64. Treats a broken bone ~ RESETS
A64. Unlikely haystack find ~ NEEDLE
A65. Sari wearer ~ RANI
A65. Rajah's mate ~ RANI
A65. Afternoon activities, for some ~ NAPS
D1. Swank ~ CHIC
D1. Group voting the same way ~ BLOC
D1. On ___ (without a buyer) ~ SPEC
D2. Anecdotal knowledge ~ LORE
D2. All-conquering thing ~ LOVE
D2. Tommy with a Tony ~ TUNE
D3. Abreast of ~ UPON
D3. Related (to) ~ AKIN
D3. "... ___ a midnight dreary" ~ UPON
D4. Bottom of a sea or lake ~ BENTHOS
D4. Informal cafes ~ BISTROS
D4. With mean intent ~ NASTILY
D5. Hinged fasteners ~ HASPS
D5. Hinged fasteners ~ HASPS
D5. Conductor's pace ~ TEMPO
D6. Host a show ~ EMCEE
D6. Host a show ~ EMCEE
D6. Visitor from far, far away ~ ALIEN
D7. Noblemen ~ LORDS
D7. Noblemen ~ LORDS
D7. Nickname for a rug wearer ~ BALDY
D8. Toledo's waterfront ~ ERIE
D8. Toledo's body of water ~ ERIE
D8. ___ one's time (wait for an opportunity) ~ BIDE
D9. More than nod ~ NAP
D9. Preschooler's dread ~ NAP
D9. 112.5 degrees away from S ~ ENE
D10. Selflessness ~ ALTRUISM
D10. Selflessness ~ ALTRUISM
D10. Youthful and naive ~ DEWYEYED
D11. Creepy crawler ~ WORMLIZARD
D11. Creepy crawler ~ WORMLIZARD
D11. Creepy crawler ~ WORMLIZARD
D12. Astringent ~ ALUM
D12. Certain astringent ~ ALUM
D12. Jack-in-the-pulpit, e.g. ~ ARUM
D13. Contradict ~ DENY
D13. Contradict ~ DENY
D13. Opposite of allow ~ DENY
D21. Electron-deficient atom, e.g. ~ ION
D21. Electron-deficient atom, perhaps ~ ION
D21. Wrathful emotion ~ IRE
D23. Keats praised one ~ URN
D23. Keats praised one ~ URN
D23. Absolute (Abbr.) ~ ULT
D25. Run, as ink ~ BLEED
D25. Run, as ink ~ BLEED
D25. Agra attire (Var.) ~ SAREE
D26. Mandatory items ~ MUSTS
D26. Essential items ~ MUSTS
D26. Washington successor ~ ADAMS
D27. Lopsided ~ ASKEW
D27. Lopsided ~ ASKEW
D27. Classical column style ~ IONIC
D28. Creepy crawler ~ SPIDERCRAB
D28. Creepy sidler ~ SPIDERCRAB
D28. Long-legged crustacean ~ SPIDERCRAB
D29. Heart ~ CORE
D29. Heart ~ CORE
D29. Little job for a body shop ~ DING
D30. Computer-programming language ~ COBOL
D30. Computer-programming language ~ COBOL
D30. Hydrant feeders ~ MAINS
D31. Disreputable ~ SEAMY
D31. Disreputable ~ SEAMY
D31. White-plumed wading bird ~ EGRET
D33. Storied bear contingent ~ THREE
D33. Number of storied bears ~ THREE
D33. Like a baseball's path ~ ARCED
D34. Listen and pay attention ~ HEAR
D34. Listen and pay attention ~ HEAR
D34. "Evil" attachment ~ DOER
D35. Brit's baloney ~ ROT
D35. Decay ~ ROT
D35. Extinct New Zealand bird ~ MOA
D38. One with an unsteady gait ~ TOTTERER
D38. One with an unsteady gait ~ TOTTERER
D38. Commendation ~ CITATION
D42. Founder of microbiology ~ PASTEUR
D42. French chemist and vaccine developer ~ PASTEUR
D42. New York's time zone ~ EASTERN
D44. Simple song ~ AIR
D44. Radial fill ~ AIR
D44. Cause of royal insomnia ~ PEA
D45. Word on a restaurant door ~ MEN
D45. Chess units ~ MEN
D45. Chick watcher? ~ HEN
D47. Hawkins of Dogpatch ~ SADIE
D47. Hawkins of Dogpatch ~ SADIE
D47. Not yet expired ~ VALID
D48. Word between looks and everything ~ ARENT
D48. Contraction between looks and everything ~ ARENT
D48. "The Tempest" spirit ~ ARIEL
D49. Kramden's collection ~ FARES
D49. Kramden's collections ~ FARES
D49. Mother of pearl ~ NACRE
D50. Supermarket-meat label ~ LEAN
D50. Supermarket meat label, perhaps ~ LEAN
D50. Word with "even" or "heat" ~ DEAD
D51. Language of Pakistan ~ URDU
D51. Language of Pakistan ~ URDU
D51. Sudden hankering ~ URGE
D52. Scottish caps ~ TAMS
D52. Scottish caps ~ TAMS
D52. It may be spun around a campfire ~ TALE
D53. Arm bone ~ ULNA
D53. Arm bone ~ ULNA
D53. Iris area ~ UVEA
D54. Nail anagram ~ LAIN
D54. Past participle of lie ~ LAIN
D54. "Look before you ___" ~ LEAP
D55. Lock opener? ~ ANTI
D55. Prefix for bodies ~ ANTI
D55. What the Venus de Milo is missing ~ ARMS
D58. Browning's before ~ ERE
D58. Before, in poesy ~ ERE
D58. Train track piece ~ TIE

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