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  • Title: February 21, 2000 - "Screams"
  • Author: By Bob Klahn
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  • Title: CRACKING UP
  • Author: By Rob Lee / Timothy Parker
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A1. Blind strips ~ SLATS
A1. Lose resilience ~ SAG
A6. Quizzes ~ ASKS
A4. Harvard, Yale, Brown, etc. ~ IVIES
A10. Bouillabaisse, for one ~ STEW
A9. Blaze of glory ~ ECLAT
A14. Kind of print, briefly ~ LITHO
A14. Billiards tool ~ CUE
A15. Off-the-wall ~ ZANY
A15. Take a nibble of ~ TASTE
A16. Churchy's chum ~ POGO
A16. Waxing result ~ SHINE
A17. Go on the fritz ~ ACTUP
A17. 24-hr. bank feature ~ ATM
A18. Shrinking sea near the Caspian ~ ARAL
A18. Any "Jurassic Park" beast ~ CLONE
A19. Othello's nemesis ~ IAGO
A19. "Ho ho ho" crier ~ SANTA
A20. Screams ~ THIGHSLAPPERS
A20. Hilarious jokes ~ THIGHSLAPPERS
A23. Sinuous shocker ~ EEL
A23. Dulcet ~ HONEYED
A24. "Get my drift?" ~ SEE
A24. Degree ~ EXTENT
A25. Acupressure ~ SHIATSU
A27. "___ go bragh!" ~ ERIN
A28. Enjoy, as benefits ~ REAP
A28. Clean up a manuscript ~ EDIT
A30. Monastic master ~ LAMA
A31. "Scene" homophone ~ SEEN
A32. Stylishly smooth ~ SLEEK
A32. No ___, ands, or buts ~ IFS
A33. "2001" villain ~ HAL
A35. ___ Bator, Mongolia ~ ULAN
A35. PC pic ~ ICON
A37. "i" lid? ~ DOT
A37. Short itinerary? ~ RTE
A38. Extremely funny gags ~ RIBTICKLERS
A38. Screams ~ RIBTICKLERS
A41. Tire-pressure letters ~ PSI
A41. "Love Story" composer Francis ~ LAI
A43. Minute amount ~ IOTA
A43. Call of the wild ~ ROAR
A44. Observe ~ SEE
A44. Like zinfandel ~ DRY
A45. Patty or Selma, to Bart ~ AUNT
A45. Rug rat's retort ~ CANSO
A47. Capital of Norway ~ OSLO
A47. "Hop to it!" ~ MOVE
A49. Sandler of "The Longest Yard" ~ ADAM
A49. "___ Dawn I Die" (Cagney/Raft flick) ~ EACH
A53. Send a signal by waving a flag ~ WIGWAG
A53. '60s adventure series set in Africa ~ DAKTARI
A55. Make less visible ~ OBSCURE
A55. "Huzzah, José!" ~ OLE
A58. Very funny bits ~ SIDESPLITTERS
A57. "Aladdin" singer Salonga ~ LEA
A61. Five-alarm dish ~ CHILI
A58. Screams ~ SIDESPLITTERS
A63. Coin of Pakistan ~ PAISA
A61. Sound from a fan ~ WHIR
A64. Fleur-de-___ ~ LIS
A63. Shadow ~ TAIL
A65. TV's sound component ~ AUDIO
A64. Bad spells ~ HEXES
A66. Oscar hopeful ~ ACTOR
A65. Corkscrew-horned antelope ~ KUDU
A67. December 24, e.g. ~ EVE
A66. Frost, to Frost ~ RIME
A68. Boy-girl link ~ MEETS
A67. Ten-year-old Oscar winner ~ ONEAL
A69. Some freezing temperatures ~ TEENS
A68. Trickle ~ SEEP
A70. ___ Plaines, Illinois ~ DES
A69. Jazz singer Anita ~ ODAY
D1. Rake over the coals ~ SCATHE
A70. Fence straddler ~ STILE
D2. J.K. Rowling, for one ~ AUTHOR
D1. Christian of "Murder in the First" ~ SLATER
D3. The twins of the zodiac ~ GEMINI
D2. Chinese nut (var.) ~ LICHEE
D4. Liable to make one scratch ~ ITCHY
D3. "The Scourge of God" ~ ATTILA
D5. Ravel ballet, "La ___" ~ VALSE
D4. Hooligan ~ THUG
D6. Tristan's tryster ~ ISOLDE
D5. Jr.'s juniors ~ SOPHS
D7. Sicilian spewer ~ ETNA
D6. Showy shrub ~ AZALEA
D8. Trickle through the cracks ~ SEEP
D7. "___ Smile" (1976 Hall & Oates hit) ~ SARA
D9. Elizabeth I's ill-fated favorite ~ ESSEX
D8. Hiker's load ~ KNAPSACK
D10. Boardroom aids ~ CHARTS
D9. She's slender and graceful ~ SYLPH
D11. Flax plants ~ LINSEEDS
D10. Corkscrew ~ SPIRAL
D12. Picnic invader ~ ANT
D11. Browning devices ~ TOASTERS
D13. Word with "service" or "ceremony" ~ TEA
D12. Potential peacock ~ EGG
D21. Summoned spirits ~ GENII
D13. Seek to win ~ WOO
D22. Blossom bits ~ PETALS
D21. Have as a customer ~ SELLTO
D25. ___-con ~ NEO
D22. Disney director Michael ~ EISNER
D26. Rock blaster ~ TNT
D26. Ready to go ~ SET
D29. Fit for a nobleman ~ DUCAL
D27. Maui music-maker ~ UKE
D30. Variety ~ ILK
D29. College letter ~ PHI
D33. G-man's employer ~ FBI
D31. Brewery opening? ~ MICRO
D34. Curly, for one ~ STOOGE
D34. Out of the country ~ ABROAD
D36. Born as, in the society pages ~ NEE
D36. Yale nickname ~ OLDELI
D38. Like expensive fight seats ~ RINGSIDE
D38. Penalty box locale ~ RINKSIDE
D39. "___ all in your mind" ~ ITS
D39. Neil Diamond hit of '71 ~ IAMISAID
D40. Respond to a stimulus ~ REACT
D40. Potent potable ~ RYE
D41. Bear's dog? ~ PAW
D41. Digital readout, initially ~ LCD
D42. "___ juris" (in one's own right) ~ SUI
D42. US motor club ~ AAA
D46. Aglow at dusk ~ TWILIT
D46. Provoke ~ STIRUP
D48. Limestone formation ~ OOLITE
D48. Hit on the fly ~ VOLLEY
D50. Faced off with swords ~ DUELED
D50. Nikita's successor ~ ALEXEI
D51. Get there ~ ARRIVE
D51. Some flakes ~ CEREAL
D52. Situations that got out of control ~ MESSES
D52. Harass ~ HASSLE
D54. The Cisco Kid's farewell ~ ADIOS
D54. Back, in front ~ RETRO
D56. American buffalo ~ BISON
D56. Community spirit ~ ETHOS
D57. The Australian flag has six ~ STARS
D59. Fine cotton ~ PIMA
D59. Trivial tiff ~ SPAT
D60. Caterpillar creation ~ TENT
D60. Emulate an expectant father ~ PACE
D61. Calendar divs. ~ WKS
D61. Word with "nanny" or "web" ~ CAM
D62. Cry's counterpart ~ HUE
D62. Shade ~ HUE

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