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  • Title: "OH, I GET IT!" (DECEMBER 17, 2001)
  • Author: By Ed Early
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  • Title: FUNNY BUSINESS
  • Author: By George Kell / Timothy Parker
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A1. Once more, in Dogpatch ~ AGIN
A1. One of the Coen brothers ~ ETHAN
A5. "Hasta la _____!" ~ VISTA
A6. Broad valley ~ DALE
A10. Election cry ~ VOTE
A10. Canine holders ~ GUMS
A14. Senile one ~ COOT
A14. Selected ~ CHOSE
A15. Fundamental values ~ ETHOS
A15. Verve ~ ELAN
A16. Word with code or rug ~ AREA
A16. Lebanon locale ~ ASIA
A17. Start of a quip ~ HEWHOLAUGHSLAST
A17. Start of a comic's quip ~ HEWHOLAUGHSLAST
A20. Historic period ~ ERA
A20. "It's ___ a scratch!" ~ ONLY
A21. Ponders ~ MULLS
A21. Einstein's German birthplace ~ ULM
A22. Invaders conquered by Caesar ~ CELTS
A22. Orbital high point ~ APOGEE
A23. The "V" in VHF ~ VERY
A23. Some Mercedes-Benzes ~ SLS
A24. Bolt fastener ~ NUT
A24. Sneaky marksman ~ SNIPER
A25. British essayist Sir Richard ~ STEELE
A25. ___ tunnel syndrome ~ CARPAL
A28. Evidence of ownership ~ DEED
A29. Conduit ~ DUCT
A30. It's company, it's said ~ TWO
A30. Texting alternative ~ EMAIL
A33. Banks of Chicago ~ ERNIE
A31. Carrying a grudge ~ SORE
A34. Intoxicating Polynesian beverage ~ KAVA
A32. Insect repellent? ~ SHOO
A35. Gobi-like ~ ARID
A36. Middle of a comic's quip ~ DIDNTUNDERSTAND
A36. Middle of quip ~ DIDNTUNDERSTAND
A39. Gaelic language ~ ERSE
A39. Decade components, in México ~ ANOS
A40. "Give me your tired, your ___ ..." ~ POOR
A40. Anon ~ SOON
A41. "___ Frutti" (Little Richard classic) ~ TUTTI
A41. Ralph Kramden's better half ~ ALICE
A42. Younger brother of Poseidon and Hades ~ ZEUS
A42. Opposite of 37-Down's solution ~ NEW
A43. Sponsored boy at a baptism ~ GODSON
A43. "Let the wicked fall into their own _____" (Ps. 141:10) ~ NETS
A44. Way up ~ ASCENT
A44. Actor Christian ~ SLATER
A47. "The Far Side" character, often ~ COW
A45. Key who draws "Hazel" ~ TED
A48. Name of many English kings ~ EDWARD
A46. Elevator innovator ~ OTIS
A49. In need of a doctor ~ ILL
A47. Like a judge, proverbially ~ SOBER
A50. Retired for the night ~ ABED
A50. Black on the screen ~ KAREN
A54. End of a comic's quip ~ THEPOINTOFAJOKE
A52. "A _____ of Flanders" ~ DOG
A57. Bump on a branch ~ NODE
A55. End of quip ~ THEPOINTOFAJOKE
A58. Absolute must ~ NEED
A58. Supportive assistant ~ AIDE
A59. Filled with freight ~ LADEN
A59. Real estate magnate Helmsley ~ LEONA
A60. Useful cards in blackjack ~ ACES
A60. Charles Lamb's pen name ~ ELIA
A61. Faberge egg insets ~ GEMS
A61. Schnozzola ~ NOSE
A62. Chancy get-together ~ TRYST
A62. Tea garnish ~ LEMON
D1. Empty room sound ~ ECHO
A63. Kind of belly ~ BEER
D2. "If that's the case ..." ~ THEN
D1. Deep-seated desire ~ ACHE
D3. Bay at the moon ~ HOWL
D2. Word with movie or opera ~ GOER
D4. Far from florid ~ ASHY
D3. It's corny and one of 50 ~ IOWA
D5. "The Matrix" protagonist ~ NEO
D4. Kind of degree ~ NTH
D6. They might be hammered out ~ DEALS
D5. Velvet ~ VELURE
D7. School newsletter recipient ~ ALUM
D6. European "boot" ~ ITALY
D8. Billiard opening action ~ LAG
D7. Bar Mitzvah site ~ SHUL
D9. Embellisher ~ ENHANCER
D8. Clothing ~ TOGS
D10. Lively duple-time dance ~ GALOP
D9. Silvery-gray ~ ASH
D11. Dictionary examples ~ USAGE
D10. Gentleman's gentleman ~ VALET
D12. Penny-pincher ~ MISER
D11. Type of dental-school exam? ~ ORAL
D13. Overfill ~ SATE
D12. Word with litmus or taste ~ TEST
D18. Break in activity ~ LULL
D13. Greasy spoon sign ~ EATS
D19. Barbecue bar ~ SPIT
D18. Breakfast serving ~ OMELET
D23. Bad thing to put in a wound ~ SALT
D19. Gulf missile ~ SCUD
D24. More convinced ~ SURER
D23. Streaks in marble ~ VEINS
D25. Give up, as territory ~ CEDE
D24. Approach ~ NEAR
D26. Middle Eastern muck-a-muck (Var.) ~ AMIR
D25. Coupe's counterpart ~ SEDAN
D27. X-ray dosages ~ RADS
D26. Group of three ~ TRINE
D28. Cabinet wood ~ PINE
D27. Provide financial backing ~ ENDOW
D29. Birds extinct by 1681 ~ DODOS
D28. Carpentry grooves ~ DADOS
D31. Pig's schnoz ~ SNOUT
D29. On the level? ~ EVEN
D32. Poker variety ~ STUD
D30. It may be dominant or recessive ~ TRAIT
D33. Stetsons and stovepipes ~ HATS
D31. Flinch in pain ~ WINCE
D34. "I'm ___ your tricks!" ~ ONTO
D32. More bizarre ~ ODDER
D35. Norse god of war ~ ODIN
D34. It's tied at the altar ~ KNOT
D37. Turning upside down ~ UPENDING
D35. Earth-bearer of myth ~ ATLAS
D38. Put luggage in a compartment ~ STOW
D37. Kind of bookstore ~ USED
D42. You can't divide by it ~ ZERO
D38. City in central Kansas ~ SALINA
D43. The Masters game ~ GOLF
D43. Noted Ustinov portrayal ~ NERO
D44. Kind of committee ~ ADHOC
D44. Tennis great Edberg ~ STEFAN
D45. Stockholm native ~ SWEDE
D45. Dwelling in "Geronimo" ~ TEPEE
D46. Cod and Canaveral ~ CAPES
D46. Town near Bangor ~ ORONO
D47. Clumps of earth ~ CLODS
D47. He's "The Man" in baseball ~ STAN
D48. Volcano in Italy ~ ETNA
D48. River to the Mississippi ~ OHIO
D49. List entry ~ ITEM
D49. Inn availability ~ BEDS
D50. Partly open, as a door ~ AJAR
D50. Word with bend or jerk ~ KNEE
D51. Factor in a wine review ~ BODY
D51. Powerful mite ~ ATOM
D52. ___ out a living (barely scrapes by) ~ EKES
D52. Presidential candidate in 1996 ~ DOLE
D53. Parking lot memento ~ DENT
D53. Depression-era migrant ~ OKIE
D55. Agatha Christie, ___ Miller ~ NEE
D54. It gets stowed ~ GEAR
D56. Computer key ~ ALT
D56. Kind of wind ~ ILL
D57. Stuart or Bush ~ JEB

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