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  • Title: "THE MIDDLE AGES" (OCTOBER 26, 1999)
  • Author: By Elizabeth C. Gorski
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  • Title: THE MIDDLE AGES
  • Author: By Oscar Puma / Timothy Parker
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A1. Gentle one ~ LAMB
A1. Gentle creature ~ LAMB
A5. USDA, e.g. ~ STAMP
A5. Collectible that displays its original value ~ STAMP
A10. Ox or pig name ~ BABE
A10. Cute porker of film fame ~ BABE
A14. ". . . waitin' for the Robert _____" ~ ELEE
A14. Confederate Gen. Robert ___ ~ ELEE
A15. Word with basin, bore or wave ~ TIDAL
A15. Word with basin or wave ~ TIDAL
A16. Unholy figurine ~ IDOL
A16. Unholy figurine ~ IDOL
A17. One market for U.S. exports ~ ASIA
A17. One market for U.S. exports ~ ASIA
A18. Floor, in a way ~ AMAZE
A18. Fill with wonder ~ AMAZE
A19. Lotion brand ~ KERI
A19. Russell of "Waitress" ~ KERI
A20. Like many baby boomers ~ FORTYSOMETHING
A20. Over the hill ~ FORTYSOMETHING
A23. Equal ~ PEER
A23. Someone a lot like you ~ PEER
A24. Dearie ~ HON
A24. Term of endearment ~ HON
A25. Picture cards ~ TAROTS
A25. Wooden shoes ~ SABOTS
A28. Supplied ~ PROVIDED
A28. Supplied ~ PROVIDED
A33. Cannes brainstorm ~ IDEE
A33. "Zip- ___ -Doo-Dah" ~ ADEE
A34. "_____ the cream in my coffee" ~ YOURE
A34. The longest river in France ~ LOIRE
A35. "The Crying Game" actor ~ REA
A35. ___ Speedwagon ("Keep on Loving You" band) ~ REO
A36. Grant's place ~ FIFTYDOLLARBILL
A36. It pictures the U.S. Capitol ~ FIFTYDOLLARBILL
A40. Emolument ~ FEE
A40. Job-related term created under LBJ ~ EEO
A41. Chill-inducing ~ EERIE
A41. Start of a child's choosing rhyme ~ EENIE
A42. Projector load ~ REEL
A42. Contents of a large, round, flat can ~ REEL
A43. Comes up for air ~ SURFACES
A43. Comes up for air ~ SURFACES
A45. Van Gogh's "The _____ Night" ~ STARRY
A45. Like clear night skies ~ STARRY
A47. Country of 3 Down (Abbr.) ~ ISR
A47. A neighbor of Syr. ~ ISR
A48. An eccentric ~ KOOK
A48. Eccentric one ~ KOOK
A49. CBS spin-off ~ SIXTYMINUTESII
A49. One-time CBS spinoff ~ SIXTYMINUTESII
A56. Famous gift givers ~ MAGI
A56. Wise threesome in Matthew ~ MAGI
A57. Window parts ~ PANES
A57. Window parts ~ PANES
A58. Sometimes it's over matter ~ MIND
A58. Reading material for psychics? ~ MIND
A59. Type of hand ~ IRON
A59. Proven wrinkle remover ~ IRON
A60. "Titanic," for one ~ TITLE
A60. Every film has one ~ TITLE
A61. Emily and Charlotte's sister ~ ANNE
A61. Writer Rice ~ ANNE
A62. Rockers and/or rollers ~ CARS
A62. Parts of a train ~ CARS
A63. Atlantic City tourist attractions ~ SLOTS
A63. Atlantic City tourist attractions ~ SLOTS
A64. Costner role ~ NESS
A64. Mythical monster's loch ~ NESS
D1. Table or drawbridge section ~ LEAF
D1. Canadian flag feature ~ LEAF
D2. To boot ~ ALSO
D2. "Let me just add ..." ~ ALSO
D3. Golda's surname ~ MEIR
D3. Golda's surname ~ MEIR
D4. '50s Greenwich Village figure ~ BEATPOET
D4. Stereotypical '50s Greenwich Village figure ~ BEATPOET
D5. Conditions of balance ~ STASES
D5. Conditions of equilibrium ~ STASES
D6. Indonesian island ~ TIMOR
D6. Island near Java ~ TIMOR
D7. First person ~ ADAM
D7. Man who was never born ~ ADAM
D8. Perplexing path ~ MAZE
D8. Perplexing path ~ MAZE
D9. Overabundance ~ PLETHORA
D9. Overabundance ~ PLETHORA
D10. Resort wear ~ BIKINI
D10. Skimpy beachwear ~ BIKINI
D11. Gulf of _____ ~ ADEN
D11. Gulf of ___ ~ ADEN
D12. Wimbledon legend ~ BORG
D12. He was Bjorn to serve? ~ BORG
D13. Yalie ~ ELI
D13. "The Book of ___" (2010 Denzel Washington film) ~ ELI
D21. "Is it soup _____?" ~ YET
D21. "Is it soup ___?" ~ YET
D22. Hang in the air ~ HOVER
D22. Hang in midair ~ HOVER
D25. Spats ~ TIFFS
D25. Containers that may be cracked ~ SAFES
D26. Something you might bid ~ ADIEU
D26. Something you might bid ~ ADIEU
D27. Send elsewhere, as to a specialist ~ REFER
D27. Support ~ BEFOR
D28. Ancient Greek city-state ~ POLIS
D28. End for "Anna" or "Indiana" ~ POLIS
D29. Act as an arbiter ~ RULE
D29. Cause agitation ~ RILE
D30. More arid ~ DRIER
D30. More arid ~ DRIER
D31. Sniggler ~ EELER
D31. Sniggler ~ EELER
D32. Fiddle around ~ DALLY
D32. Parton of "Nine to Five" ~ DOLLY
D34. Days of knights? ~ YORE
D34. Only ~ LONE
D37. Bakery supply ~ YEAST
D37. You can get a rise out of it ~ YEAST
D38. Breaks the code ~ DECRYPTS
D38. Breaks the code ~ DECRYPTS
D39. Important railroad employee ~ BRAKEMAN
D39. Important railroad employee ~ BRAKEMAN
D44. Food in Dogpatch ~ FIXINS
D44. Sides, slangily ~ FIXINS
D45. Drenches ~ SOUSES
D45. Drenches ~ SOUSES
D46. Ferby fan ~ TOT
D46. Huggies wearer ~ TOT
D48. Prepared to propose ~ KNELT
D48. Prepared to propose ~ KNELT
D49. Ms. Lee of bakery products fame ~ SARA
D49. Lee of bakery products fame ~ SARA
D50. Composer Stravinsky ~ IGOR
D50. Flunky in "Young Frankenstein" ~ IGOR
D51. Word with junk or snail ~ MAIL
D51. Word with "junk" or "snail" ~ MAIL
D52. Word of division ~ INTO
D52. Word of division ~ INTO
D53. _____ qua non ~ SINE
D53. ___ qua non ~ SINE
D54. Stops along the road ~ INNS
D54. Stops along the road ~ INNS
D55. October 15, e.g. ~ IDES
D55. Oct. 15, e.g. ~ IDES
D56. Tape recorder input (Abbr.) ~ MIC
D56. Tape recorder input (Abbr.) ~ MIC

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