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  • Title: BLOWING IN THE WIND
  • Author: By Diane C. Baldwin / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: SILLY BILLY
  • Author: By Judie Lichten / Timothy Parker
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A1. Keep for oneself ~ HOARD
A1. Sound from a toaster? ~ CLINK
A6. Small ruckuses ~ ADOS
A6. Stinging response to an insult ~ SLAP
A10. First name in slapstick ~ STAN
A10. Carve on crystal ~ ETCH
A14. Faux pas, e.g. ~ ERROR
A14. Where eagles land ~ AERIE
A15. Trunk cover ~ BARK
A15. Far-fetched ~ TALL
A16. Porter of note ~ COLE
A16. "___ contendere" (no contest plea) ~ NOLO
A17. Lacking gumption ~ NAMBYPAMBY
A17. Insipid and sentimental ~ NAMBYPAMBY
A19. Lhasa ___ (small dog) ~ APSO
A19. Cohort of Fido or Rover ~ SPOT
A20. Like some grins ~ SLY
A20. Where to take a mud bath ~ SPA
A21. Brussels export ~ LACE
A21. Variable star ~ NOVA
A22. Purple plum ~ DAMSON
A22. Places for love handles ~ WAISTS
A24. On the clammy side ~ DANK
A24. You might do it if you're behind ~ LOSE
A25. Commune member, maybe (Var.) ~ HIPPY
A25. "Peggy Sue" singer ~ HOLLY
A26. Tailor's specialty ~ SEWING
A26. Joyce of "Three's Company" ~ DEWITT
A29. Party hearty ~ LIVEITUP
A29. Carbon dioxide measurer ~ BIOMETER
A32. Gave one's best shot ~ TRIED
A32. Respond to the rooster ~ ARISE
A33. Cooks in the kitchen, in a way ~ BAKES
A33. Socially challenged group ~ NERDS
A34. Wear and tear ~ USE
A34. "___ only as directed" ~ USE
A35. Right on the map? ~ EAST
A35. Slender-bodied flier ~ WASP
A36. Like one Pliny ~ ELDER
A36. "Beowulf" and others ~ SAGAS
A37. Honest-to-goodness ~ TRUE
A37. "Fine" follower ~ ARTS
A38. Eruption particle ~ ASH
A38. Extraordinary degree ~ NTH
A39. Smile of contempt ~ SNEER
A39. Source of codeine ~ OPIUM
A40. Fellow contestant ~ RIVAL
A40. Golfer's gouged-out clump ~ DIVOT
A41. Gives the main speech ~ KEYNOTES
A41. Certain legume (Var.) ~ SOYABEAN
A43. Some mineral gems ~ BERYLS
A43. Coral creatures ~ POLYPS
A44. Strikingly odd ~ WEIRD
A44. Tried to win over ~ WOOED
A45. Get going ~ MOVE
A45. "Uncle ___ Cabin" ~ TOMS
A46. How some things are denied ~ FLATLY
A46. Wasn't greedy ~ SHARED
A48. Right-hand man ~ AIDE
A48. Japanese beverage ~ SAKI
A49. Dickensian interjection ~ BAH
A49. Campaigner, in brief ~ POL
A52. Required consolation, perhaps ~ LOST
A52. Supermarket shopper's need ~ LIST
A53. Without choice ~ WILLYNILLY
A53. In a haphazard way ~ WILLYNILLY
A56. Workout memento ~ ACHE
A56. Middle Eastern muckamuck ~ AGHA
A57. Topmost spot ~ ACME
A57. Actor Baldwin ~ ALEC
A58. Prepare ~ GROOM
A58. Quarter-round molding ~ OVOLO
A59. Hopalong Cassidy's portrayer ~ BOYD
A59. Toddler's questions ~ WHYS
A60. Revolutionary period? ~ YEAR
A60. Cries of pain ~ YOWS
A61. Gobbled-up ~ EATEN
A61. Automobile type ~ SEDAN
D1. Lobster moms ~ HENS
D1. Fires unceremoniously ~ CANS
D2. Spoken ~ ORAL
D2. Ballerina's jete, e.g. ~ LEAP
D3. Their mascot is a mule ~ ARMY
D3. "The Joy of Cooking" author Rombauer ~ IRMA
D4. Pull a heist ~ ROB
D4. Beak ~ NIB
D5. Welcome sight to Columbus ~ DRYLAND
D5. Kind of speech ~ KEYNOTE
D6. Taken ___ (caught by surprise) ~ ABACK
D6. Barrel strip ~ STAVE
D7. Agatha Christie title ~ DAME
D7. Tibetan spiritual leader ~ LAMA
D8. Poetic peeper ~ ORB
D8. Priest's garment ~ ALB
D9. Parachutist ~ SKYDIVER
D9. Certain building materials ~ PLYWOODS
D10. Shrimp dish ~ SCAMPI
D10. Store, as grain ~ ENSILE
D11. Head over heels ~ TOPSYTURVY
D11. Inverted ~ TOPSYTURVY
D12. Likewise ~ ALSO
D12. What platelets help blood do ~ CLOT
D13. Sign enhancement ~ NEON
D13. "Get your red-___!" ~ HOTS
D18. Twinge of distress ~ PANG
D18. Washington newspaper ~ POST
D23. Mimics ~ APES
D23. Boons for beggars ~ ALMS
D24. One may cheat on it ~ DIET
D24. Struggle with sassafras? ~ LISP
D25. Path finder ~ HIKER
D25. Distiller Walker ~ HIRAM
D26. Something rarely served? ~ STEAK
D26. Eighth word of "The Star-Spangled Banner" ~ DAWNS
D27. Totally eliminate, in a way ~ ERASE
D27. Muse for Yeats ~ ERATO
D28. Without much of a backbone ~ WISHYWASHY
D28. Indecisive ~ WISHYWASHY
D29. Fills the hull, e.g. ~ LADES
D29. Started ~ BEGUN
D30. Everyday ~ USUAL
D30. Ban legally ~ ESTOP
D31. Items in a compost heap, perhaps ~ PEELS
D31. Tranquil periods ~ RESTS
D33. Extort money from, e.g. ~ BLEED
D33. Water nymph, in mythology ~ NAIAD
D36. Portal ~ ENTRYWAY
D36. Place for race cars ~ SPEEDWAY
D37. Run out of steam ~ TIRE
D37. Suffers discomfort ~ AILS
D39. Agronomist's concern ~ SOIL
D39. Woodwind with a conical bore ~ OBOE
D40. Crime motive, sometimes ~ REVENGE
D40. Pieces in a chain reaction ~ DOMINOS
D42. Made after taxes ~ NETTED
D42. Major blood vessels ~ AORTAS
D43. Main part of a letter ~ BODY
D43. Annoyingly slow ~ POKY
D45. Certain distance runner ~ MILER
D45. After-bath powders ~ TALCS
D46. Blubber ~ FLAB
D46. Diner side dish ~ SLAW
D47. Wacky as can be ~ LOCO
D47. Way up there ~ HIGH
D48. "Summer and Smoke" heroine ~ ALMA
D48. Vast number ~ SLEW
D49. Soak up liquid ~ BLOT
D49. Chug along ~ PLOD
D50. Medicinal plant ~ ALOE
D50. ___ podrida ~ OLLA
D51. Song for the masses? ~ HYMN
D51. City on the Rhone and Saone ~ LYON
D54. Diamonds, slangily ~ ICE
D54. Nobel-winning U.N. agency ~ ILO
D55. Roth acct., e.g. ~ IRA
D55. Suffix with "excess" ~ IVE

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