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  • Title: "ASSAY, CAN YOU SEE?" (NOVEMBER 07, 2001)
  • Author: By Ed Early
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  • Title: AN EXPERIMENTAL PUZZLE
  • Author: By Gary Cooper / Timothy Parker
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A1. Prince, for one ~ HEIR
A1. British noble title ~ DAME
A5. Syrian president ~ ASSAD
A5. Word meaning "hello" and "goodbye" ~ ALOHA
A10. It may need stitches ~ GASH
A10. Look of wonder ~ GAPE
A14. Felipe or Matty ~ ALOU
A14. "... deliver us from ___" ~ EVIL
A15. It's model material ~ BALSA
A15. Bathroom fixture, for some ~ BIDET
A16. Countertenor ~ ALTO
A16. Island chain off Ireland ~ ARAN
A17. Decision prompter, perhaps ~ LITMUSTEST
A17. Sole deciding issue ~ LITMUSTEST
A19. Oz visitor ~ LION
A19. Wish ___ ~ LIST
A20. U.S. air-safety overseer ~ FAA
A20. Three-faced woman of film ~ EVE
A21. More than want ~ NEED
A21. Chestnut coats ~ BURS
A22. Intertwine ~ ENLACE
A22. Flattened at the poles ~ OBLATE
A24. Fish features ~ FINS
A24. "Incoming golf ball!" ~ FORE
A25. A break in the clouds ~ BLUESKY
A25. More sadistic ~ CRUELER
A26. Margay's cousin ~ OCELOT
A26. Romantic song ~ BALLAD
A29. Minute ~ TEENY
A29. Slender and long-limbed ~ RANGY
A30. Homeowner's hazard ~ RADON
A30. Dummkopf ~ IDIOT
A31. Song and dance ~ ARTS
A31. Flower holder ~ VASE
A32. Walk heavily ~ PLOD
A32. Course of action ~ PLAN
A36. River in Tuscany ~ ARNO
A36. Ballpoint pen inventor ~ BIRO
A37. Admits defeat ~ QUITS
A37. Number of stars on Old Glory ~ FIFTY
A38. Get one's goat ~ RILE
A38. Rock climber's equipment ~ ROPE
A39. Cordelia's dad ~ LEAR
A39. The sun, for one ~ STAR
A40. Like the truth, at times ~ UGLY
A40. Learn by ___ (memorize) ~ ROTE
A41. Shaped like a dunce cap ~ CONIC
A41. Fast partner ~ LOOSE
A42. Kind of band ~ STEEL
A42. Artist Steinberg and writer Bellow ~ SAULS
A44. Bad luck ~ HOODOO
A44. Demonstrated dramatically ~ RIOTED
A45. Harry in "The Truman Show" ~ SHEARER
A45. Adriatic Sea republic ~ CROATIA
A48. Norman's game ~ GOLF
A48. It's full of holes and traps ~ GOLF
A49. Matthew, before becoming an apostle ~ TAXMAN
A49. Protective headgear ~ HELMET
A50. Concentration points ~ FOCI
A50. Prefix meaning "ten" ~ DECA
A51. Oahu memento ~ LEI
A51. "Akeelah and the ___" ~ BEE
A54. _____ to one's ears ~ INUP
A54. Grating sound ~ RASP
A55. Carte blanche ~ BLANKCHECK
A55. Carte blanche ~ BLANKCHECK
A58. Use a hammock ~ LOLL
A58. "American ___" ~ IDOL
A59. Host at a roast ~ EMCEE
A59. Eagle's destination ~ AERIE
A60. Mature filly ~ MARE
A60. Undercooked, to some ~ RARE
A61. Word on some beer bottles ~ LITE
A61. "Auld Lang ___" ~ SYNE
A62. Log line ~ ENTRY
A62. Four-bagger ~ TATER
A63. Bothersome burden ~ ONUS
A63. Framework post ~ STUD
D1. Word with brother or nelson ~ HALF
D1. "Pull it," in proofreading ~ DELE
D2. Lamb's pseudonym ~ ELIA
D2. Tel ___, Israel ~ AVIV
D3. Scintilla ~ IOTA
D3. Tiny creature ~ MITE
D4. Jamaican export ~ RUM
D4. American ___ (North Dakota's state tree) ~ ELM
D5. Like a no-show ~ ABSENT
D5. Utterly ridiculous ~ ABSURD
D6. More than satisfies ~ SATES
D6. A little more than a quart, to a Brit ~ LITRE
D7. Greenland carrier ~ SLED
D7. Emotional verses ~ ODES
D8. Burdened beast ~ ASS
D8. "___ So Fine" (Chiffons oldie) ~ HES
D9. Like a wallflower ~ DATELESS
D9. Suspect's request ~ ATTORNEY
D10. Editor's error-detection print ~ GALLEYPROOF
D10. Editor's error-detection print ~ GALLEYPROOF
D11. False handle ~ ALIAS
D11. Common computer typeface ~ ARIAL
D12. Kind of car ~ STOCK
D12. Costume jewelry ~ PASTE
D13. Term of endearment ~ HONEY
D13. Be admitted ~ ENTER
D18. Word with jack or label ~ UNION
D18. Erstwhile German marine menace ~ UBOAT
D23. Woman with a habit ~ NUN
D23. Annoy ~ BUG
D24. Showroom automobile, perhaps ~ FLOORSAMPLE
D24. Showroom couch, e.g. ~ FLOORSAMPLE
D25. Miss Boop ~ BETTY
D25. Hindu social class ~ CASTE
D26. Like gentlemen's agreements ~ ORAL
D26. They're often covered with baby food ~ BIBS
D27. Upkeep ~ CARE
D27. Access for a collier ~ ADIT
D28. Best of the stage ~ EDNA
D28. 100 centesimi, once ~ LIRA
D29. Warble ~ TRILL
D29. Castaway creations ~ RAFTS
D31. Kind of bit ~ AUGER
D31. Four-stringed orchestral instrument ~ VIOLA
D33. Jenny "The Swedish Nightingale" ~ LIND
D33. Ill-gotten gains ~ LOOT
D34. Hodgepodge ~ OLIO
D34. It may have stained-glass windows ~ APSE
D35. Erte's forte ~ DECO
D35. More than want ~ NEED
D37. Skep mama? ~ QUEENBEE
D37. Large Old World flying mammal ~ FRUITBAT
D41. Baby's ailment ~ COLIC
D41. Flowery perfume scent ~ LILAC
D43. Singer's syllable ~ TRA
D43. Was a consumer? ~ ATE
D44. Goal-oriented event? ~ HOCKEY
D44. Curved cradle piece ~ ROCKER
D45. Unmoving ~ STILL
D45. Late comic Farley ~ CHRIS
D46. Red River capital ~ HANOI
D46. "All set to go!" ~ READY
D47. Jump for joy ~ EXULT
D47. "Call Me Ishmael" author Charles ~ OLSON
D48. Person beyond help ~ GONER
D48. Spirit in a bottle ~ GENIE
D50. Fiction alternative ~ FACT
D50. Dressmaker's seam ~ DART
D51. Almost fat-free ~ LEAN
D51. Drummer's assignment ~ BEAT
D52. Neutral shade ~ ECRU
D52. Neutral shade ~ ECRU
D53. Clanton and Turner ~ IKES
D53. ___ out a living (just got by) ~ EKED
D56. K-O connector ~ LMN
D56. Bucolic setting ~ LEA
D57. Medical org. ~ HMO
D57. Abbr. in a marathon time ~ HRS

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