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  • Title: "BOUDOIR COVERUPS" (OCTOBER 23, 2003)
  • Author: By Donald L. Blocher
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  • Title: BED CHECK
  • Author: By Jim Downey / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: NOW LAY IN IT
  • Author: By Cole Cooke / Timothy Parker
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A1. Word with sitz ~ BATH
A1. "From A to ___" (multivitamin ad line) ~ ZINC
A1. Great frigid mass ~ FLOE
A5. Classroom event ~ TEST
A5. Coffee, in a beanery ~ JAVA
A5. "Gilligan's Island" tree ~ PALM
A9. Waiting in the wings ~ ONTAP
A9. Cradle contents ~ PHONE
A9. Copy editor's concern ~ USAGE
A14. Dish of many ingredients ~ OLIO
A14. Sneaking suspicion ~ IDEA
A14. Young woman ~ LASS
A15. Top-of-the-line ~ AONE
A15. King Harald's predecessor ~ OLAV
A15. Prima donna's number ~ ARIA
A16. Put a stop to ~ CEASE
A16. Alexander's foe in an 1804 duel ~ AARON
A16. "Ain't gonna happen" ~ NOHOW
A17. Male swans ~ COBS
A17. "For sale" sign site ~ LAWN
A17. "The Adventures of Milo and ___" ~ OTIS
A18. Weave together ~ KNIT
A18. Unvarying ~ SAME
A18. Corporate heads-up ~ MEMO
A19. Have faith in ~ TRUST
A19. Phone menu imperative ~ PRESS
A19. Fill with high spirits ~ ELATE
A20. Cracker topping ~ CHEESESPREAD
A20. Cracker topping ~ CHEESESPREAD
A20. Cracker topping ~ CHEESESPREAD
A23. Frequents, in a way ~ EATSAT
A23. Armed robbery ~ HOLDUP
A23. Bit of corn ~ KERNEL
A24. Recreational four-wheeler, for short ~ ATV
A24. Boar's place ~ STY
A24. Not his or hers ~ ITS
A25. Presidential nickname ~ ABE
A25. "Above," in an anthem ~ OER
A25. English orthodontist's org. ~ BDA
A28. Certain snow construction ~ FORT
A28. They've been given the third degree? ~ PHDS
A28. Big barrels ~ VATS
A31. Made sound again ~ HEALED
A31. Pain in the neck ~ HASSLE
A31. Toyota Prius, e.g. ~ HYBRID
A33. This type has just a few points ~ AGATE
A33. Place to call home ~ ABODE
A33. Not merely decorative ~ UTILE
A37. Call to a mate ~ AHOY
A37. "Love the skin you're in" brand ~ OLAY
A37. "All right!" ~ OKAY
A39. Not yet final, in law ~ NISI
A39. Beta carotene sources ~ YAMS
A39. Senior golfer Isao ~ AOKI
A40. It reduces anxiety ~ SECURITYBLANKET
A40. Provider of a sense of protection ~ SECURITYBLANKET
A40. Anxiety reducer ~ SECURITYBLANKET
A43. Paycheck keepsake ~ STUB
A43. Genealogist's chart ~ TREE
A43. Tennyson's "Geraint and ___" ~ ENID
A44. Jules Verne captain ~ NEMO
A44. Dramatist Coward ~ NOEL
A44. "Silent Night," notably ~ NOEL
A45. Harvard veggies ~ BEETS
A45. Accident mementos ~ SCARS
A45. Satellite broadcasts ~ FEEDS
A46. Sit in on ~ ATTEND
A46. Wiped off the blackboard ~ ERASED
A46. Add ammo ~ RELOAD
A48. Slippery ~ EELY
A48. Stops idling, in a way ~ REVS
A48. Brown quickly at a high temperature ~ SEAR
A50. Mop-topped Stooge ~ MOE
A50. Obviously wasn't brave ~ RAN
A50. Boar's abode ~ STY
A51. Three to Julius ~ III
A51. Cheerleader's syllable ~ SIS
A51. Spy novel org. ~ CIA
A53. Written themes ~ ESSAYS
A53. Do an earthworm's job ~ AERATE
A53. Natural bath accessories (Var.) ~ LOOFAS
A58. Gossipy newspaper ~ SCANDALSHEET
A58. Gossipy newspaper ~ SCANDALSHEET
A58. Gossipy newspaper ~ SCANDALSHEET
A61. Expertise ~ FORTE
A61. Muslims praise him ~ ALLAH
A61. Alibi ~ COVER
A64. Pop choice ~ COLA
A64. Indigenous Japanese people ~ AINU
A64. Spiritual advisor ~ GURU
A65. Writer Bombeck ~ ERMA
A65. Pakistan's official language ~ URDU
A65. Golden fleece seeking vessel ~ ARGO
A66. Sign of many April births ~ ARIES
A66. Nonclashing color ~ BEIGE
A66. "Farewell, mon ami" ~ ADIEU
A67. On top of ~ UPON
A67. Cocktail party preparation ~ PATE
A67. Muslim leader ~ EMIR
A68. Property encumbrance ~ LIEN
A68. Lengthy skirt ~ MIDI
A68. Balcony feature ~ RAIL
A69. Entice ~ TEMPT
A69. Western classic, "The ___ Incident" ~ OXBOW
A69. A letter provides one ~ LEASE
A70. Swamp thing ~ REED
A70. Winter vehicle ~ SLED
A70. Work at the docks ~ LADE
A71. Advance ~ LEND
A71. Ottoman Empire governors ~ BEYS
A71. "... or ___!" ~ ELSE
D1. Italian bowling game ~ BOCCE
D1. Nada ~ ZILCH
D1. Congregation ~ FLOCK
D2. Oahu greeting ~ ALOHA
D2. State bordering British Columbia ~ IDAHO
D2. Table leg shaper ~ LATHE
D3. Neighbor of Nepal ~ TIBET
D3. Banister attachment ~ NEWEL
D3. American dogwood ~ OSIER
D4. Engine conduits ~ HOSES
D4. Switch-hit? ~ CANED
D4. Ruhr River valley city ~ ESSEN
D5. Acquire a liking for ~ TAKETO
D5. Jacob's eleventh son ~ JOSEPH
D5. Anderson of "Baywatch" ~ PAMELA
D6. Long periods of time ~ EONS
D6. "Just my luck!" ~ ALAS
D6. Son of Hera ~ ARES
D7. Sewing circle sound ~ SNIP
D7. Improvise, in jazz ~ VAMP
D7. Like overcooked pasta ~ LIMP
D8. Tropical fish ~ TETRA
D8. Says with certainty ~ AVERS
D8. Early New Zealander ~ MAORI
D9. Staff range ~ OCTAVE
D9. Exotic fruit ~ PAPAYA
D9. A little nervous ~ UNEASY
D10. Square ~ NERD
D10. Like a Saturday crossword ~ HARD
D10. "Deal!" ~ SOLD
D11. Greek letter ~ TAU
D11. Quarry product ~ ORE
D11. "A clue!" ~ AHA
D12. Pack animal ~ ASS
D12. Words in many park signs ~ NOS
D12. Came down with ~ GOT
D13. Mollycoddle ~ PET
D13. Two from Connecticut? ~ ENS
D13. Yeanling's mom ~ EWE
D21. Less risky ~ SAFER
D21. Apartment manager ~ SUPER
D21. Split apart ~ SEVER
D22. Old antiknock gasoline ~ ETHYL
D22. Alcohol type ~ ETHYL
D22. Word on old gas pumps ~ ETHYL
D25. Very similar ~ ALIKE
D25. City of Honshu ~ OSAKA
D25. Out of cabbage ~ BROKE
D26. Hemmed in ~ BESET
D26. Nemesis of Bugs ~ ELMER
D26. Protected by an embankment ~ DIKED
D27. Works in the cutting room ~ EDITS
D27. "The defense ___" ~ RESTS
D27. Mine openings ~ ADITS
D29. Fixed amount ~ RATE
D29. "What did I ___ deserve this?" ~ DOTO
D29. Canine in Oz ~ TOTO
D30. Mint family member ~ THYME
D30. Less straightforward ~ SLYER
D30. Shaggy-haired terriers ~ SKYES
D32. Shakespeare's wife ~ ANNE
D32. In ___ (harmonious) ~ SYNC
D32. Cause of destruction ~ BANE
D33. State in northeast India ~ ASSAM
D33. Fall-blooming flower ~ ASTER
D33. Utility customers ~ USERS
D34. Annoy ~ GETTO
D34. Baseball's Yogi ~ BERRA
D34. Creed ~ TENET
D35. Angle type ~ ACUTE
D35. Where a hurricane develops ~ OCEAN
D35. With no warmth ~ ICILY
D36. Toothpaste unit ~ TUBE
D36. Money from members ~ DUES
D36. Pachisi kin ~ LUDO
D38. Long, thin musical instrument ~ OBOE
D38. ___-bodied (fit for the armed forces) ~ ABLE
D38. Up to scratch ~ ABLE
D41. Second most populated country ~ INDIA
D41. "A Passage To ___" (1984) ~ INDIA
D41. Sari site ~ INDIA
D42. Yawning pit ~ ABYSS
D42. Horse relatives ~ ASSES
D42. Big hairdos ~ AFROS
D47. Most gracious ~ NICEST
D47. Abstain from ~ ESCHEW
D47. Accumulate ~ ACCRUE
D49. Stanford University's founder ~ LELAND
D49. Appreciated ~ VALUED
D49. Shelfmate of Elle and Cosmo ~ ALLURE
D52. Rack up, as debt ~ INCUR
D52. Ginger cookies ~ SNAPS
D52. One of Charlie's trio ~ ANGEL
D54. Beach find ~ SHELL
D54. Point on a mariner's compass ~ RHUMB
D54. ORD, on luggage tags ~ OHARE
D55. Nest found on a crag ~ AERIE
D55. Condor's digs ~ AERIE
D55. Like a wild animal ~ FERAL
D56. Mideast nation ~ YEMEN
D56. Victoria's Secret purchase ~ TEDDY
D56. Athena's shield ~ AEGIS
D57. Place on end ~ STAND
D57. Decorative toiletry cases ~ ETUIS
D57. Took a five-finger discount ~ STOLE
D58. Put one's foot down ~ STEP
D58. A powdery starch ~ SAGO
D58. Employs pupils ~ SEES
D59. Inside information ~ DOPE
D59. Combination lock feature ~ DIAL
D59. Former Russian parliament ~ DUMA
D60. Healing plant ~ ALOE
D60. Add to the pot ~ ANTE
D60. Unfit for farming ~ ARID
D61. What "gras" means ~ FAT
D61. Blood-typing letters ~ ABO
D61. First name in Baltimore baseball ~ CAL
D62. Quarry product ~ ORE
D62. "Superman" archvillain Luthor ~ LEX
D62. Poetic form ~ ODE
D63. Net holder ~ RIM
D63. "Ad" or "women's" follower ~ LIB
D63. Airline ticket word ~ VIA

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