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  • Title: COUNT TO TEN
  • Author: By Norm Guggenbiller / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: A RELAXING PUZZLE
  • Author: By ALICE WALKER / Timothy Parker
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A1. Theater extension? ~ GOER
A1. Have a thing for ~ LIKE
A5. Part of Lake Titicaca is in it ~ PERU
A5. Better than better ~ BEST
A9. Mexican bread ~ PESOS
A9. Equally melancholy ~ ASSAD
A14. Peter Fonda role ~ ULEE
A14. Curvy-horned goat ~ IBEX
A15. "Clue" variable ~ ROOM
A15. Wriggly, slippery and serpentine ~ EELY
A16. Southern side ~ GRITS
A16. Place for a book title ~ SPINE
A17. "Relax!" ~ LIGHTENUP
A17. Relax ~ LIGHTENUP
A19. Chain mail ~ ARMOR
A19. Abnormal growth ~ TUMOR
A20. Impersonate ~ POSEAS
A20. Help out ~ ASSIST
A21. Appointments for duffers ~ TEETIMES
A21. Certain transit worker ~ MOTORMAN
A23. John's follower ~ ACTS
A23. Cotton bundle ~ BALE
A25. Monotonous sound ~ DRONE
A25. Sudden burst of voltage ~ SURGE
A26. Some pro football players ~ PATRIOTS
A26. Completeness ~ ENTIRETY
A30. Toddler ~ RUGRAT
A30. Menacingly wild ~ FIERCE
A33. Stop, off land ~ AVAST
A33. Watery castle barriers ~ MOATS
A34. "I am just ___ boy . . ." ~ APOOR
A34. " ___ la vista, baby" ~ HASTA
A36. Aberdeen's river ~ DEE
A36. Syndicate head ~ DON
A37. Womanizer, e.g. ~ RAKE
A37. Varieties or types ~ ILKS
A38. "Relax!" ~ CHILL
A38. Male and female, e.g. ~ SEXES
A39. Local knowledge ~ LORE
A39. Party thrower ~ HOST
A40. No-win situation ~ TIE
A40. "Norma ___" (Sally Field film) ~ RAE
A41. Prepared cotton for shipment ~ BALED
A41. "77 Sunset ___" ~ STRIP
A42. Greeted and seated ~ SAWIN
A42. Comparatively fresh ~ NEWER
A43. Goof ~ SLIPUP
A43. Sassy ~ SNIPPY
A45. Some restaurant freebies ~ SALTINES
A45. Prominence ~ SALIENCY
A47. Spud ~ TATER
A47. Refrain from singing? ~ TRALA
A49. Pippin ~ SEED
A49. Backing for plaster ~ LATH
A50. They have to face the music ~ MAESTROS
A50. Ones at the helm, essentially ~ STEERERS
A53. Traffic tie-ups ~ SNARLS
A53. Early manuscript versions ~ DRAFTS
A57. Rub together harshly ~ GRATE
A57. V-sign's meaning ~ PEACE
A58. "Relax!" ~ MELLOWOUT
A58. Relax ~ MELLOWOUT
A60. Stage platform ~ RISER
A60. Desert pit stop ~ OASIS
A61. "The Morning Watch" author ~ AGEE
A61. One of the Great Lakes ~ ERIE
A62. "Fernando" group ~ ABBA
A62. Coastal bird ~ ERNE
A63. In a crafty way ~ SLYLY
A63. Lovers' get-together ~ TRYST
A64. Inquisitive ~ NOSY
A64. Emulates Busta Rhymes ~ RAPS
A65. River crossing France's Nord department ~ YSER
A65. "Star Trek: ___ Space Nine" ~ DEEP
D1. Swallowing sound ~ GULP
D1. "Reader's Digest" co-founder Wallace ~ LILA
D2. Bit of this and a bit of that ~ OLIO
D2. African wading bird ~ IBIS
D3. Brain tests, for short ~ EEGS
D3. Frat party items ~ KEGS
D4. Run through lines, e.g. ~ REHEARSE
D4. Museum displays ~ EXHIBITS
D5. In a fast tempo ~ PRESTO
D5. June bug, e.g. ~ BEETLE
D6. Long time, geologically ~ EON
D6. Bard's nightfall ~ EEN
D7. Win in a walk ~ ROUT
D7. Area of poverty ~ SLUM
D8. Worked behind the plate ~ UMPED
D8. Clerical errors ~ TYPOS
D9. Place for great drivers? ~ PGATOUR
D9. City on the Columbia River ~ ASTORIA
D10. Displaying one's humanity? ~ ERRING
D10. Poinsettia, e.g. ~ SPURGE
D11. "Relax!" ~ SIMMERDOWN
D11. Relax ~ SIMMERDOWN
D12. Missouri Valley tribesman ~ OTOE
D12. Buffalo seen in crosswords ~ ANOA
D13. Some Eur. nations, not long ago ~ SSRS
D13. "Jurassic Park" actress Laura ~ DERN
D18. Not spoken ~ TACIT
D18. Bygone autocrats ~ TSARS
D22. Robin portrayer ~ ERROL
D22. University in Medford, Mass. ~ TUFTS
D24. "60 Minutes" reporter ~ STAHL
D24. Certain anesthetic ~ ETHER
D26. Labor cohort? ~ PARTS
D26. Abu Dhabi biggies ~ EMIRS
D27. Be of use to ~ AVAIL
D27. Ryan in Cooperstown ~ NOLAN
D28. "Relax!" ~ TAKEITEASY
D28. Relax ~ TAKEITEASY
D29. Operatives ~ SPIES
D29. Vertical graph component ~ YAXIS
D31. Eagle's home ~ AERIE
D31. Trig. function ~ COSEC
D32. Some freezing temperatures ~ TEENS
D32. Diary item ~ ENTRY
D35. Words with Methuselah or the hills ~ OLDAS
D35. Part of a flower's calyx ~ SEPAL
D38. Shenanigan ~ CAPER
D38. Do a salon job ~ STYLE
D39. Stored pending payment ~ LAIDAWAY
D39. Brayed ~ HEEHAWED
D41. Storeroom for foods or wines ~ BUTTERY
D41. Superlatively scanty ~ SPAREST
D42. Dictator's assistant ~ STENO
D42. Prefix with "glycerin" ~ NITRO
D44. Soft hue ~ PASTEL
D44. Terse summary ~ PRECIS
D46. First name of 24-Down ~ LESLEY
D46. Soup kitchen needs ~ LADLES
D48. Eternal City dweller ~ ROMAN
D48. Ammo provider ~ ARMER
D50. Some dept. heads ~ MGRS
D50. Dalmatian feature ~ SPOT
D51. Seed covering ~ ARIL
D51. Dotted-line command ~ TEAR
D52. Utah lily ~ SEGO
D52. "Will be," in a Doris Day song ~ SERA
D54. Holds up ~ ROBS
D54. Bad driver's cry? ~ FORE
D55. Mechanic's grease job ~ LUBE
D55. Adjust, as a guitar ~ TUNE
D56. Rating unit ~ STAR
D56. 1, 2 or 3, in a manual ~ STEP
D59. Arles article ~ LES
D59. Verbal defiance ~ LIP

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