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  • Title: AFTER EXPENSES
  • Author: By Fred Jackson III / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: CLEAR PROFIT
  • Author: By Mark Howard / Timothy Parker
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A1. Daffy trademark ~ LISP
A1. Self-help program level ~ STEP
A5. Shed ~ MOLT
A5. Apply acid artistically ~ ETCH
A9. Rising star ~ COMER
A9. Use it to stand tall ~ STILT
A14. Way back when ~ ONCE
A14. Evening-gown fabric ~ LAME
A15. Melville novel ~ OMOO
A15. "Cannery Row" character ~ DORA
A16. Nautical warning ~ AVAST
A16. Like a haunted house ~ EERIE
A17. Pull down ~ EARN
A17. Gulf War ally ~ OMAN
A18. Without delay, in poetry ~ ANON
A18. Dr. Seuss' "If __ the Circus" ~ IRAN
A19. Gives in ~ MELTS
A19. Like old mud on one's shoes ~ CAKED
A20. Typical Vincent Price film, e.g. ~ SPINETINGLER
A20. Many a "Twilight Zone" episode ~ SPINETINGLER
A23. Ireland's patron, for short ~ STPAT
A23. Fit to eat, to Muslims ~ HALAL
A24. Swift's specialties ~ SATIRES
A24. Hapless sort ~ SADSACK
A28. Fenland ~ MARSH
A28. "There's a spy in our ___!" ~ MIDST
A32. Small hot rod ~ GOCART
A32. Year's worth of games ~ SEASON
A33. Tweaked ~ FINETUNED
A33. Tweaked ~ FINETUNED
A37. Sicilian resort ~ ENNA
A37. Hoist more than a few ~ TOPE
A38. Ranch add-on ~ ERO
A38. "Apple cider" gal ~ IDA
A39. They have flights between them ~ STORIES
A39. Leotard and Silhouette, e.g. ~ EPONYMS
A42. Crowd commotion ~ DIN
A42. "___ sparingly" ~ USE
A43. "Why don't we?" ~ LETS
A43. Absorbed-dose units ~ RADS
A45. Spent ~ BONETIRED
A45. Ready to drop ~ BONETIRED
A47. A way to pay ~ INCASH
A47. Least forward ~ SHIEST
A50. Hawaiian geese ~ NENES
A50. Banister post ~ NEWEL
A51. Bright-colored blooms ~ DAHLIAS
A51. Burned maliciously ~ TORCHED
A53. Environmentalist's urge ~ REUSE
A53. Evade ~ ELUDE
A57. Answering machine game ~ TELEPHONETAG
A57. Voice mail game ~ TELEPHONETAG
A61. Celestial point ~ NADIR
A61. Deep passion ~ ARDOR
A64. Change course suddenly ~ VEER
A64. Midday ~ NOON
A65. Top baccarat score ~ NINE
A65. Gershon of "Showgirls" ~ GINA
A66. Presbyter, e.g. ~ ELDER
A66. Bake eggs ~ SHIRR
A67. Peer of Dashiell ~ ERLE
A67. Word yelled on the stock market floor ~ SELL
A68. Auto pioneer ~ OLDS
A68. Served flawlessly ~ ACED
A69. Colorful aquarium fish ~ TETRA
A69. Versed literature ~ POESY
A70. Tach readings ~ RPMS
A70. TV actor's honor ~ EMMY
A71. Type of wind ~ WEST
A71. Bonny gal ~ LASS
D1. Gardener's soil, perhaps ~ LOESS
D1. Walk through melting snow ~ SLOSH
D2. Not relevant ~ INAPT
D2. Bay city of Florida ~ TAMPA
D3. Makeshift money ~ SCRIP
D3. Keyboard correspondence ~ EMAIL
D4. Mark Twain or Saki, e.g. ~ PENNAME
D4. Mark Twain, for Samuel Clemens ~ PENNAME
D5. Medieval defense ~ MOAT
D5. Work on copy ~ EDIT
D6. Present opener? ~ OMNI
D6. Actress Spelling ~ TORI
D7. Bird on a Canadian dollar ~ LOON
D7. "Berry" lead-in ~ CRAN
D8. Hinged implement ~ TONGS
D8. Puts up, as a painting ~ HANGS
D9. Regained consciousness ~ CAMETO
D9. Withdraw from a federation ~ SECEDE
D10. Not neat ~ OVERICE
D10. Uses one's claws on ~ TEARSAT
D11. Start to function? ~ MAL
D11. Exasperate ~ IRK
D12. Wild ending ~ EST
D12. Be less than truthful ~ LIE
D13. They may be civil, briefly ~ RTS
D13. A Knight on TV ~ TED
D21. Les ___-Unis ~ ETATS
D21. Best and brightest ~ ELITE
D22. Jet effect ~ LAG
D22. Head for Vegas? ~ LAS
D25. Purpose of many vacations, informally ~ RANDR
D25. " ... with reason ___ guide" ~ ASOUR
D26. Comical Kovacs ~ ERNIE
D26. Thicket of trees ~ COPSE
D27. Honor Your Honor ~ STAND
D27. Hit below the belt, in a way ~ KNEED
D29. Travel channel? ~ RUT
D29. Not an orig. ~ DUP
D30. Highfalutin type ~ SNOB
D30. One with a superiority complex ~ SNOB
D31. Everglades wader ~ HERON
D31. Mortise fitter ~ TENON
D33. Belonging to the cat family ~ FELID
D33. "Before anything else ..." ~ FIRST
D34. "The Faerie Queene" character ~ IRENA
D34. Wyoming neighbor ~ IDAHO
D35. Mark with a cut ~ NOTCH
D35. Zenith's opposite ~ NADIR
D36. Wine companion ~ DINE
D36. Force unit ~ DYNE
D40. Poetic time ~ EEN
D40. Copy cats? ~ MEW
D41. Like some warnings ~ STERN
D41. Dutch master Jan ~ STEEN
D44. More saline ~ SALTIER
D44. Circle parts ~ SECTORS
D46. "That clarifies it!" ~ ISEENOW
D46. Against the law ~ ILLEGAL
D48. Lead-in for Madre or Leone ~ SIERRA
D48. Spanish wine ~ SHERRY
D49. Kubrick's computer ~ HAL
D49. Rolodex abbr. ~ TEL
D52. Cut off ~ SEVER
D52. Tough to get through to ~ DENSE
D54. Handy ~ UTILE
D54. New York city ~ UTICA
D55. "___ of Iwo Jima" ~ SANDS
D55. Great dogs? ~ DANES
D56. Pass off, as perspiration ~ EGEST
D56. "Oh my goodness!" ~ EGADS
D58. Alleged suspect, to the law ~ PERP
D58. Romantic recitation ~ POEM
D59. Big wheel ~ HELM
D59. Celeste of stage and screen ~ HOLM
D60. Metal-bearing minerals ~ ORES
D60. "Employees ___" (store sign) ~ ONLY
D61. Word found within 20, 33, 45 and 57-Across ~ NET
D61. African serpent ~ ASP
D62. Inn order, perhaps ~ ALE
D62. "P" on fraternity row ~ RHO
D63. Banned insecticide ~ DDT
D63. "Live and Let ___" ~ DIE

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