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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, July 24, 2000
  • Author: Gregory E. Paul
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Author: by Diane C Baldwin--Rich Norris 020204
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  • Title: "WITHOUT CEASING" (JUNE 17, 2004)
  • Author: By Robert Zimmerman
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  • Title: DONT STOP!
  • Author: By Cliff Reed / Timothy Parker
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A1. Dept. of Labor division ~ OSHA
A1. Response to a rude advance ~ SLAP
A1. Token punishment ~ SLAP
A1. Father Time's garb ~ ROBE
A5. Be ill-humored ~ SULK
A5. Charge alternative ~ CASH
A5. Wear down ~ DRAIN
A5. Symphony venue ~ HALL
A9. Bloodhound's clue ~ SCENT
A9. Contort ~ GNARL
A10. Early European ~ CELT
A9. Young chap ~ BUCKO
A14. Erupt ~ SPEW
A14. Ball-and-mallet game ~ POLO
A14. Colts and Mustangs ~ CARS
A14. Narrative poetry ~ EPOS
A15. Shortly ~ ANON
A15. Turkish potentate ~ AGHA
A15. Swimmer-turned-pianist ~ YANNI
A15. Bay ___ (San Francisco's locale) ~ AREA
A16. Handles the situation ~ COPES
A16. Proportion ~ RATIO
A16. Coloratura's piece ~ ARIA
A16. Opposite of cool ~ UNHIP
A17. Go around the Internet ~ SURF
A17. Long-billed wader ~ IBIS
A17. Bumpkin ~ RUBE
A17. Tableland ~ MESA
A18. Monopoly equipment ~ DICE
A18. Authentic ~ REAL
A18. Talus locale ~ ANKLE
A18. Bottle or guitar feature ~ NECK
A19. Ralph's wife, on "The Honeymooners" ~ ALICE
A19. Take as one's own ~ ADOPT
A19. Saturn feature ~ RING
A19. They often feast on wildebeest ~ LIONS
A20. Nonstop ~ AROUNDTHECLOCK
A20. Forevermore ~ TOTHEENDOFTIME
A20. Ceaselessly ~ AROUNDTHECLOCK
A20. Continuously ~ AROUNDTHECLOCK
A23. 1970 Kinks hit ~ LOLA
A23. "Jumbo" plane ~ JET
A23. First word of a celebration ~ MARDI
A23. Jim's wife on "The Office" ~ PAM
A24. Rooster's mate ~ HEN
A24. "I need some ___!" ~ AIR
A24. Good buy ~ STEAL
A24. Yell for a toreador ~ OLE
A25. Little League coach, often ~ DAD
A25. Summon up, as courage ~ MUSTER
A25. Grimm heavy ~ OGRE
A25. "And ___ what happened?" ~ THEN
A28. Firefighter, at times ~ RESCUER
A29. Sets a price ~ ASKS
A28. Displays amusement ~ SMILES
A26. Charades "little word" ~ THE
A31. Sault ___ Marie ~ STE
A31. "Green Eggs and Ham" guy ~ SAM
A32. Haw accompaniment ~ HEM
A27. Fingerboard feature ~ FRET
A34. Change with the times ~ ADAPT
A34. Shenanigan ~ ANTIC
A35. Dagger handles ~ HAFTS
A28. Dastardly dude ~ CAD
A36. Broke bread ~ ATE
A35. Tylenol target ~ ACHE
A38. Astral flareup ~ NOVA
A31. Japanese immigrant to the U.S. ~ ISSEI
A37. Fisherman's bucketful ~ BAIT
A36. Protagonist ~ HERO
A39. Ceaselessly ~ TWENTYFOURSEVEN
A34. Lotion additive ~ ALOE
A38. Nonstop ~ MONTHAFTERMONTH
A37. Around the clock ~ TWENTYFOURSEVEN
A43. Chapeau supporter ~ TETE
A35. Chip's chum, in cartoons ~ DALE
A42. Willy of "Free Willy" ~ ORCA
A40. Snores, in comics ~ ZEES
A44. Malice ~ SPITE
A36. Continuously ~ TWENTYFOURSEVEN
A43. Perceive ~ SEE
A41. Merit ~ EARN
A45. Before, in sonnets ~ ERE
A39. Cooking grease ~ LARD
A44. Suitably ~ APTLY
A42. Greek labyrinth island, in myth ~ CRETE
A46. Antebellum ~ PREWAR
A40. "While" attachment ~ ERST
A45. Hillary Clinton, ___ Rodham ~ NEE
A43. Not normal ~ ODD
A49. Swiss archer ~ TELL
A41. Valuable possession ~ ASSET
A46. ___ tank ~ SHERMAN
A44. Mend by stitching ~ DARN
A51. Woolly South American ~ LLAMA
A42. Caustic agent ~ LYE
A49. Sushi fish ~ EEL
A45. Tank feature ~ TURRET
A54. They sometimes eat in closets ~ MOTHS
A43. Campaigner's stand ~ DAIS
A50. Instigate litigation ~ SUE
A46. French sea ~ MER
A58. Ceaselessly ~ DAYINANDDAYOUT
A44. Calligrapher's purchase ~ INK
A51. Spring bloom ~ IRIS
A47. Corn holder ~ COB
A62. Feline plaint ~ MEOW
A45. Social misfit ~ DORK
A53. Nonstop ~ DAYINANDDAYOUT
A48. Ceaselessly ~ DAYINANDDAYOUT
A63. Amtrak car ~ DINER
A46. Little red soldier ~ ANT
A60. Main impact ~ BRUNT
A56. Bad thing to wreak ~ HAVOC
A64. Grand Ole thing ~ OPRY
A47. More, south of the border ~ MAS
A61. Ill-mannered ~ RUDE
A57. Canary or cardinal ~ BIRD
A65. Hereditary factor ~ GENE
A50. Continuously ~ DAYINANDDAYOUT
A62. Lasso ~ ROPE
A58. Gymnast Korbut ~ OLGA
A66. Conductor Seiji ~ OZAWA
A54. "Rosemary's Baby" author Ira ~ LEVIN
A63. "Last ___ in Paris" ~ TANGO
A59. Get hitched quick ~ ELOPE
A67. Tawny native of Africa ~ LION
A55. Dub ~ NAME
A64. Comparable ~ AKIN
A60. Carbon compound ~ ENOL
A68. Baited a trooper ~ SPED
A56. Logician's word ~ ERGO
A65. Submachine guns ~ UZIS
A61. Fuse, as metal ~ WELD
A69. Disorderly ~ MESSY
A57. Mixed with ~ AMONG
A66. Out-and-out ~ UTTER
A62. More modern ~ NEWER
A70. Teen's woe ~ ACNE
A58. Tool for fencing ~ EPEE
A67. Sugar source ~ BEET
A63. Margot Fonteyn's title ~ DAME
D1. Vamoose! ~ SCRAM
A59. France, formerly ~ GAUL
A68. Repressed, with "up" ~ PENT
A64. Clark's love ~ LOIS
D2. Dubya's mate ~ LAURA
A60. Barbecue tool ~ TONGS
D1. Mount in Greek myth ~ OSSA
D1. Barbecue rod ~ SPIT
D3. Shady spot ~ ARBOR
A61. Divide by tearing ~ REND
D2. It's used with a "giddyup!" ~ SPUR
D2. Western wolf ~ LOBO
D4. False start? ~ PSEUDO
A62. "Did ___ and gimble in the wabe" ("Jabberwocky") ~ GYRE
D3. Medal recipient ~ HERO
D3. Came down to earth ~ ALIT
D5. Two of a kind ~ DYAD
D1. Draw new borders ~ REMAP
D4. More than bad ~ AWFUL
D4. Elegant ~ POSH
D6. Wax bananas? ~ RANT
D2. What the fat lady sings? ~ OPERA
D5. Word before shoe or soap ~ SADDLE
D5. Livelihood ~ CAREER
D7. Symbols of life ~ ANKHS
D3. Kind of buddy ~ BOSOM
D6. #19 of the Colts ~ UNITAS
D6. FBI employee ~ AGENT
D8. Fjord ~ INLET
D4. Twin to Jacob ~ ESAU
D7. ___ Ness ~ LOCH
D7. Roe source ~ SHAD
D9. Sibling's daughters ~ NIECES
D5. Take care of ~ HANDLE
D8. Where a cap is found on the body ~ KNEE
D8. Saintly circle ~ HALO
D10. A Kennedy ~ CAROLINE
D6. Alpine crest ~ ARETE
D9. Tackle box gizmo ~ SCALER
D9. Free of charge ~ GRATIS
D11. Football's Dickerson ~ ERIC
D7. Poland's Walesa ~ LECH
D10. : ~ COLON
D10. Lowest point ~ NADIR
D12. Connect ~ LINK
D8. Superior catch? ~ LAKETROUT
D11. Grand in scale ~ EPIC
D11. Tiniest bit ~ ATOM
D13. Playground pastime ~ TAG
D9. Ammo unit ~ BULLET
D12. Bottle part ~ NECK
D12. Ready for picking ~ RIPE
D21. When many people retire ~ NIGHT
D10. ___ Jack (Brits' flag) ~ UNION
D13. When doubled, an African fly ~ TSE
D13. Destiny ~ LOT
D22. A run from the law ~ LAM
D11. Popular ice cream flavor, for short ~ CHOC
D21. Toward cooler weather, say ~ NORTH
D21. Pilot's emergency button ~ EJECT
D26. TV's Romano ~ RAY
D12. Twisted section, as in a hose ~ KINK
D22. "Give me an A...," e.g. ~ CHEER
D22. Impostor ~ FAKER
D27. Lousy grades ~ EFFS
D13. Covert ___ (army assignment) ~ OPS
D25. Matt of "The Talented Mr. Ripley" ~ DAMON
D25. Passover cracker ~ MATZO
D29. Notorious canal ~ LOVE
D21. Pitcher's favorite kind of game ~ NOHIT
D26. Like a lot ~ ADORE
D26. Not married ~ UNWED
D30. It's before after ~ EVER
D22. "Huzzah!" or "Hurray!" ~ CHEER
D27. "Shall we ___?" ~ DANCE
D27. Fine horse ~ STEED
D31. Reasonable ~ SANE
D26. Man the bar ~ TEND
D29. Handle the food for a party ~ CATER
D28. Anchovy containers ~ TINS
D32. Internet designation ~ HTTP
D27. Dental care item ~ FLOSS
D30. Rocky Mountain Indian ~ UTE
D29. Squirrel snack ~ ACORN
D33. Not a diamond pitcher ~ EWER
D28. Cleveland hoopsters, informally ~ CAVS
D31. "À votre ___" (toast) ~ SANTE
D30. Avoid deliberately ~ SHUN
D34. Allot (with "out") ~ METE
D29. "Hard ___!" (captain's order) ~ ALEE
D32. Card catalogue entry ~ TITLE
D31. End unequivocally, as relations ~ SEVER
D36. Blouse ~ TOP
D30. Bit of hail damage ~ DENT
D33. Kind of alcohol ~ ETHYL
D32. Sharp-crested ridge ~ ARETE
D37. Diamonds, e.g. ~ SUIT
D31. "___ put hair on your chest" ~ ITLL
D35. Kind of meeting at a school ~ PTA
D33. French impressionist Claude ~ MONET
D40. Cake-cutter, on occasion ~ NEWLYWED
D32. Dance movement ~ SWAY
D37. Certain jazz ~ BOP
D35. Way off yonder ~ AFAR
D41. Map abbr. ~ RTE
D33. Desertlike ~ SERE
D39. Pale-faced ~ ASHEN
D36. Bonn mister ~ HERR
D42. City in 1965 headlines ~ SELMA
D34. What a Boer! ~ AFRIKANER
D40. Service charge ~ FEE
D38. Hunger (for) ~ YEARN
D47. Pugilist Laila ~ ALI
D35. Classroom furniture ~ DESK
D41. Pokémon card collecting, e.g. ~ MANIA
D39. Diver's acronym ~ SCUBA
D48. Unplanned ~ RANDOM
D37. Be filled with longing ~ YEARN
D46. Gentleman caller ~ SUITOR
D44. Rock salt, for one ~ DEICER
D50. Jesuit founder ~ LOYOLA
D38. He gets the sack in December ~ SANTA
D47. Annapolis student ~ MIDDIE
D45. Beginner's walk ~ TODDLE
D52. Early American menu item ~ MAIZE
D43. Social page fodder ~ DOINGS
D48. Gung-ho ~ ARDENT
D46. Mr. Magoo, notably ~ MYOPE
D53. Moffo and Paquin ~ ANNAS
D44. Word of agreement ~ INDEED
D50. "The Playboy of the Western World" author ~ SYNGE
D47. PC drive insert ~ CDROM
D55. Subject ~ TOPIC
D45. Subsiding (with "down") ~ DYING
D52. Pancake topper ~ SYRUP
D48. Roy's cowgirl partner ~ DALE
D56. Michigan neighbor ~ HURON
D46. Madison Avenue workers ~ ADMEN
D53. "Doggone it!" ~ DRAT
D49. Declare ~ AVOW
D57. "Funny Girl" composer ~ STYNE
D47. Tropical eel ~ MORAY
D54. Em, to Dorothy ~ AUNT
D50. In for the night ~ ABED
D58. Like some thoughts ~ DEEP
D48. Soothsayer ~ AUGUR
D55. Palestinian ~ ARAB
D51. 1492 sailor ~ NINA
D59. Five-star ~ AONE
D49. Pilfered ~ STOLE
D56. Deadly missile ~ NUKE
D52. Dismal cry ~ YOWL
D60. Morning moistures ~ DEWS
D50. Aspiring musician's handout ~ DEMO
D57. Trickle ~ OOZE
D53. Butterlike spread ~ OLEO
D61. Low, sturdy cart ~ DRAY
D51. Mary Kay rival ~ AVON
D58. ___ arms (angry) ~ UPIN
D54. Unattractive fruit? ~ UGLI
D62. Classic sports cars ~ MGS
D52. Back of the neck ~ NAPE
D59. Audition ~ TEST
D55. Boys ~ TADS
D53. Vault cracker ~ YEGG
D60. A.C. capacity ~ BTU
D56. Lobster lady ~ HEN
D54. Long. crossing ~ LAT

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