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  • Title: "ADDA BOY" (MAY 31, 2000)
  • Author: By John Underwood
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  • Title: BOYS, BOYS, BOYS
  • Author: By Cammie Wheatly / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: ELEVEN BOYS
  • Author: By Adam Crosse / Timothy Parker
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A1. Fair ~ JUST
A1. Chances of success ~ ODDS
A1. Unsettled ~ IFFY
A5. Part of TAE ~ ALVA
A5. Strong of body and mind ~ ABLE
A5. Schedule opening ~ SLOT
A9. Monastery man ~ ABBOT
A9. Monastery man ~ ABBOT
A9. Muscle contraction ~ SPASM
A14. Art deco designer ~ ERTE
A14. Femme's mate ~ MARI
A14. Sit on the throne ~ RULE
A15. Rank, at Wimbledon ~ SEED
A15. Slide over a white blanket ~ SLED
A15. Andy Kaufman comedy series ~ TAXI
A16. Hart, "The Bridge" poet ~ CRANE
A16. Twist in order to see better ~ CRANE
A16. Condor condo? ~ AERIE
A17. Man has seven, wrote Shakespeare ~ AGES
A17. Ball-shaped cheese ~ EDAM
A17. Toward open waters ~ ASEA
A18. "Deck the Halls" syllables ~ LALA
A18. About 30 percent of the earth's surface ~ LAND
A18. Totally botch ~ RUIN
A19. They may melt down ~ CORES
A19. Applesauce maker's waste ~ CORES
A19. The "L" in AWOL ~ LEAVE
A20. Four boys ~ NEWSTEDDYCOWBAT
A20. Bunch of boys ~ NEWSTEDDYCOWBAT
A20. Four boys ~ NEWSTEDDYCOWBAT
A23. Word with bed or head ~ REST
A23. The hero usually triumphs in the final one ~ REEL
A23. It abuts the bema, sometimes ~ APSE
A24. Beast of burden ~ ASS
A24. Mule's sire ~ ASS
A24. Weed whacker ~ HOE
A25. Exhausted ~ USEDUP
A25. Behaves like a brat ~ ACTSUP
A25. 500 cars ~ RACERS
A29. High-pitched ~ INTENSE
A29. Acute ~ INTENSE
A29. Crescent-shaped window ~ LUNETTE
A33. Endures ~ STAYS
A33. Ballet bends ~ PLIES
A33. Muse for Milton or Millay ~ ERATO
A34. There's hardly any sense in it ~ COMA
A34. Unwakable state ~ COMA
A34. Cause of white knuckles ~ FEAR
A36. Signs off on ~ OKS
A36. Signs off on ~ OKS
A36. Unmasker's cry ~ AHA
A37. Four more boys ~ HOMETALLPLAYBUS
A37. Bunch of boys ~ HOMETALLPLAYBUS
A37. Four boys ~ HOMETALLPLAYBUS
A41. Second person ~ EVE
A41. "___ Gotta Be Me" ~ IVE
A41. "Peer Gynt" character ~ ASE
A42. Whiting and haddock ~ CODS
A42. Whiting or haddock ~ CODS
A42. Improvise musically ~ VAMP
A43. Ball girl? ~ BELLE
A43. Scarlett was one ~ BELLE
A43. ___ of the ball ~ BELLE
A44. Change the potpourri ~ RESCENT
A44. Plane maneuver ~ DESCENT
A44. Make percussion sounds ~ BEATBOX
A47. Tourist stops ~ MOTELS
A47. Pool sites ~ MOTELS
A47. Charitable foundations, e.g. ~ DONEES
A48. Half a laugh ~ HEE
A48. Half a snicker ~ HEE
A48. ___ polloi ~ HOI
A49. Price jump ~ BOOM
A49. Period of prosperity ~ BOOM
A49. "I ___ to recall ..." ~ SEEM
A51. Three more boys ~ CHOIRDOUGHBEACH
A51. Bunch of boys ~ CHOIRDOUGHBEACH
A51. Three boys ~ CHOIRDOUGHBEACH
A59. Actress Palmer ~ LILLI
A59. Palmer of "The Boys From Brazil" ~ LILLI
A59. Like a bodybuilder, in competition ~ OILED
A60. Hindu sacred text ~ VEDA
A60. Hindu sacred text ~ VEDA
A60. Popular building brick toy ~ LEGO
A61. Confederate ~ ALLY
A61. Wartime supporter ~ ALLY
A61. Dreadful, as consequences ~ DIRE
A62. Duck ~ EVADE
A62. Refuse to face ~ EVADE
A62. Vaulted arch ~ OGIVE
A63. Freshly ~ ANEW
A63. With a clean slate ~ ANEW
A63. Month after Shevat ~ ADAR
A64. "Put a cork in it!" ~ STOP
A64. What to do when you see red ~ STOP
A64. Sprouted like a weed ~ GREW
A65. Peggy Lee hit ~ FEVER
A65. Peggy Lee hit ~ FEVER
A65. Blacksmith, at times ~ SHOER
A66. Gaunt ~ LANK
A66. Long and lean ~ LANK
A66. Popular office plant ~ FERN
A67. Airhead ~ YOYO
A67. Toy that goes around the world ~ YOYO
A67. They're vital for good looks ~ EYES
D1. Cocteau or Harlow ~ JEAN
D1. Something wordless to read ~ OMEN
D1. Persian Gulf country ~ IRAN
D2. Stimulate ~ URGE
D2. County below Broward, informally ~ DADE
D2. A hothead has a short one ~ FUSE
D3. Hotchpotch ~ STEW
D3. Western challenge ~ DRAW
D3. Took to the skies ~ FLEW
D4. Tracy's Trueheart ~ TESS
D4. Characters in a popular computer game ~ SIMS
D4. Shouts of approval ~ YEAS
D5. Nodding out ~ ASLEEP
D5. Sawing logs ~ ASLEEP
D5. Some sore throat causes ~ STREPS
D6. Shows how ~ LEADS
D6. Unit of grass ~ BLADE
D6. Praises mightily ~ LAUDS
D7. South African expanse ~ VELDT
D7. Court figure Ivan ~ LENDL
D7. Nitrous ___ (laughing gas) ~ OXIDE
D8. "_____ at the Races" ~ ADAY
D8. Bit of a whirl ~ EDDY
D8. Knee-high to a grasshopper ~ TINY
D9. Confront ~ ACCOST
D9. Confront ~ ACCOST
D9. Oater brawl site ~ SALOON
D10. Skim some books ~ BROWSE
D10. Look without buying ~ BROWSE
D10. Comic Herman ~ PEEWEE
D11. Cutting remark ~ BARB
D11. Cutting remark ~ BARB
D11. Breed of steed ~ ARAB
D12. Ripe for drafting ~ ONEA
D12. Ripe for drafting ~ ONEA
D12. Hindu Destroyer ~ SIVA
D13. Run-through ~ TEST
D13. Run-through ~ TEST
D13. Shake hands for the first time ~ MEET
D21. Word with brain or blind ~ TRUST
D21. "In God We ___" ~ TRUST
D21. Pack for future events? ~ TAROT
D22. Martian sighting? ~ CANAL
D22. Time-saver with locks ~ CANAL
D22. Boorish bloke ~ CHURL
D25. Wedding worker ~ USHER
D25. Agricultural pest ~ APHID
D25. Betty Ford Center activity, briefly ~ REHAB
D26. Heating unit ~ STOVE
D26. Garlic piece ~ CLOVE
D26. Stopped lying? ~ AROSE
D27. Chair man Charles ~ EAMES
D27. X, mathwise ~ TIMES
D27. "Along ___ Spider" ~ CAMEA
D28. Change shades ~ DYE
D28. "Didn't I tell you?" ~ SEE
D28. Summer in Cannes ~ ETE
D29. Devilkins ~ IMPS
D29. Devilkins ~ IMPS
D29. Certain Arctic Circle native ~ LAPP
D30. Lordly ~ NOBLE
D30. Bookselling partner of Barnes ~ NOBLE
D30. Place-setting place ~ TABLE
D31. Jolly Roger's image ~ SKULL
D31. Jolly Roger's image ~ SKULL
D31. Greenland air base site ~ THULE
D32. Class closing? ~ ESSES
D32. Class closing? ~ ESSES
D32. Mollifies ~ EASES
D34. Small group ~ CLOT
D34. Blood flow blockage ~ CLOT
D34. Linseed oil and linen source ~ FLAX
D35. Form of English ~ OLD
D35. Up there in years ~ OLD
D35. Wes Craven street name ~ ELM
D38. Adolescently afflicted ~ ACNED
D38. Needing Clearasil ~ ACNED
D38. Keep one's distance from ~ AVOID
D39. Manhattan Project product ~ ABOMB
D39. Manhattan Project product ~ ABOMB
D39. Manhattan Project product ~ ABOMB
D40. However ~ YET
D40. Thus far ~ YET
D40. The capital of Japan? ~ YEN
D45. Byron's "_____ Harold's Pilgrimage" ~ CHILDE
D45. Byron's "___ Harold's Pilgrimage" ~ CHILDE
D45. Be sticky-fingered ~ THIEVE
D46. Twice as spooky ~ EERIER
D46. Twice as spooky ~ EERIER
D46. It separates countries ~ BORDER
D47. Eye-catching haircut ~ MOHAWK
D47. Eye-catching haircut ~ MOHAWK
D47. Disarm a bull ~ DEHORN
D49. _____ Vista ~ BUENA
D49. Lake ___ Vista, Fla. ~ BUENA
D49. "Blue ___ Shoes" ~ SUEDE
D50. City in Utah ~ OGDEN
D50. City in Utah ~ OGDEN
D50. Samantha of "Doctor Dolittle" ~ EGGAR
D51. Pitch symbol ~ CLEF
D51. Bass, treble or C ~ CLEF
D51. Whispers lovingly ~ COOS
D52. Queen's residence ~ HIVE
D52. Queen's residence ~ HIVE
D52. Mighty partner ~ HIGH
D53. Norwegian royalty name ~ OLAV
D53. Popular name in Norway ~ OLAV
D53. Varied mixture ~ OLIO
D54. Not a perfect circle ~ OVAL
D54. Not a perfect circle ~ OVAL
D54. Elgar's "King ___" ~ OLAF
D55. "That's _____ for you to say!" ~ EASY
D55. "Don't overdo it" ~ EASY
D55. Slight advantage ~ EDGE
D56. Benny Carter's sax ~ ALTO
D56. Voice in a chorus ~ ALTO
D56. Subject to breezes ~ AIRY
D57. Weary by excess ~ CLOY
D57. Surfeit ~ CLOY
D57. Canadian tribe ~ CREE
D58. Stimulus ~ HYPO
D58. Prefix with "glycemic" ~ HYPO
D58. Whacks down ~ HEWS

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