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  • Title: "THE STRAIGHT AND NARROW" (NOVEMBER 15, 2004)
  • Author: By Ron Halverson
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  • Title: TAKEN FOR A RIDE
  • Author: By Carl Cranby / Timothy Parker
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A1. ___ vu ~ DEJA
A1. ___ vu ~ DEJA
A5. Manner of walking ~ GAIT
A5. Canter, for one ~ GAIT
A9. Ballesteros, with driver ~ SEVE
A9. Ballesteros, with driver ~ SEVE
A13. Opera staple ~ ARIA
A13. Met highlight ~ ARIA
A14. Active start ~ RETRO
A14. Like '70s fashions, now ~ RETRO
A15. Sextet X .5 ~ TRIO
A15. Quartet with one out sick? ~ TRIO
A16. DOT worker? ~ HIGHWAYMAN
A16. He robs travelers ~ HIGHWAYMAN
A18. Game delayer ~ RAIN
A18. Genesis forecast ~ RAIN
A19. Slackens ~ LESSENS
A19. Slackens ~ LESSENS
A20. Yankees, to the Red Sox ~ NEMESIS
A20. Lex Luthor, to Superman ~ NEMESIS
A22. Ripening agent ~ AGER
A22. Ripening agent ~ AGER
A24. Common John ~ DOE
A24. Female rabbit ~ DOE
A25. They're not fun to be behind ~ BARS
A25. Places to get screwdrivers ~ BARS
A28. Sally Field role ~ RAE
A28. "Norma ___" (Sally Field film) ~ RAE
A30. It swims in a fur ~ OTTER
A30. ___ Sketch (classic drawing toy) ~ ETCHA
A34. Some wear white hats ~ HEROES
A34. Edible submarines ~ HEROES
A36. ___ Schwarz (toy store) ~ FAO
A36. ___ Schwarz (toy store) ~ FAO
A38. Up to the task ~ ABLE
A38. Ethan or Joel, "Fargo" makers ~ COEN
A39. No man's land? ~ MIDDLEOFTHEROAD
A39. Neither right-wing nor left-wing ~ MIDDLEOFTHEROAD
A42. S-shaped molding ~ OGEE
A42. S-shaped molding ~ OGEE
A43. Per team, in scores ~ ALL
A43. Start of a Musketeer credo ~ ALL
A44. Points of view ~ SLANTS
A44. Album cover ~ SLEEVE
A45. Man of the casa ~ SENOR
A45. Address south of the border ~ SENOR
A47. Article written by Wilhelm? ~ DER
A47. "___ Rosenkavalier" (Strauss opera) ~ DER
A49. Have ___ in one's bonnet ~ ABEE
A49. "Not ___ eye in the house" ~ ADRY
A50. Start of a U.S. capital ~ DES
A50. ___ Plaines, Ill. ~ DES
A52. Stitched ~ SEWN
A52. Stitched ~ SEWN
A54. Psychologist's prescription, perhaps ~ THERAPY
A54. Psychologist's prescription, perhaps ~ THERAPY
A58. Atlantic swimmer ~ CODFISH
A58. Atlantic swimmer ~ CODFISH
A63. One of the Lesser Sundas ~ BALI
A63. Indonesian island ~ BALI
A64. Romantic place for bowlers? ~ LOVERSLANE
A64. Romantic parking place ~ LOVERSLANE
A66. Czech mate, perhaps ~ SLAV
A66. Serb or Croat ~ SLAV
A67. Come to mind ~ ARISE
A67. Respond to the rooster ~ ARISE
A68. Ostrichlike birds ~ EMUS
A68. Ostrichlike birds ~ EMUS
A69. Soccer great ~ PELE
A69. Brazil-born soccer legend ~ PELE
A70. Sawbucks ~ TENS
A70. Duo in a score ~ TENS
A71. Trails off ~ EBBS
A71. Recedes to the sea ~ EBBS
D1. "James and the Giant Peach" author ~ DAHL
D1. "James and the Giant Peach" author ~ DAHL
D2. Jolliet discovery ~ ERIE
D2. One of the Great Lakes ~ ERIE
D3. Lively dances ~ JIGS
D3. Lively dances ~ JIGS
D4. Sounds from a Dr.'s office ~ AAHS
D4. Sounds coming from a doctor's office ~ AAHS
D5. Yellowstone sight ~ GEYSER
D5. Old Faithful, for one ~ GEYSER
D6. 24-hr. banker ~ ATM
D6. 24 hr. banker ~ ATM
D7. It's south of Georgia ~ IRAN
D7. Tehran locale ~ IRAN
D8. Got in shape (with "up") ~ TONED
D8. Got in shape (with "up") ~ TONED
D9. Homeless sheik? ~ STREETARAB
D9. Part of a rapper's reputation ~ STREETCRED
D10. Eventful times ~ ERAS
D10. Epochs ~ ERAS
D11. Sundial numeral ~ VIII
D11. Eight, in old Rome ~ VIII
D12. Eternities ~ EONS
D12. Eternities ~ EONS
D14. Summoned the butler ~ RANG
D14. Pealed ~ RANG
D17. Animal in a kid's song ~ WEASEL
D17. Sneaky one ~ WEASEL
D21. Pasture sound ~ MOO
D21. A real stooge ~ MOE
D23. Some church fundraisers ~ RAFFLES
D23. Sweepstakes ~ RAFFLES
D25. Yellowish brown shade ~ BEIGE
D25. Yellowish brown shade ~ BEIGE
D26. Forest in "As You Like It" ~ ARDEN
D26. Elizabeth of cosmetics fame ~ ARDEN
D27. Cowpoke's place to take a spin? ~ RODEODRIVE
D27. Where rich cowboys shop? ~ RODEODRIVE
D29. Finish the course ~ EAT
D29. Take in nourishment ~ EAT
D31. Hearty steak ~ TBONE
D31. Dove or pigeon, or times ~ COOER
D32. Cheer up ~ ELATE
D32. Difficult to lift ~ HEAVY
D33. Skelton and Buttons ~ REDS
D33. Shorthand for a burglary: B ___ ~ ANDE
D34. Some health plans ~ HMOS
D34. Med. insurance groups ~ HMOS
D35. Breeze source, perhaps ~ SEA
D35. "Under the ___" ("The Little Mermaid" song) ~ SEA
D37. Raised-eyebrow remarks ~ OHS
D37. Sounds of understanding ~ OHS
D40. Ancient ~ OLD
D40. Ancient ~ OLD
D41. African antelopes ~ ELANDS
D41. African antelopes ~ ELANDS
D46. "The Crying Game" actor ~ REA
D46. Stephen of "The Crying Game" ~ REA
D48. When some dodge a ball ~ RECESS
D48. Playtime at school ~ RECESS
D51. Relative of "thud" ~ SPLAT
D51. Bug-hitting-the-windshield sound ~ SPLAT
D53. Donned ~ WORE
D53. Donned ~ WORE
D54. Half a fl. oz. ~ TBSP
D54. Cookbook abbr. ~ TBSP
D55. Clearly in good health ~ HALE
D55. Fit as a fiddle ~ HALE
D56. Israeli airline ~ ELAL
D56. Israeli airline ~ ELAL
D57. Yesteryear ~ YORE
D57. Yesteryear ~ YORE
D59. Amscray ~ FLEE
D59. Beat a hasty retreat ~ FLEE
D60. Kind of poetic foot ~ IAMB
D60. Foot in a poem ~ IAMB
D61. Rebuff an offer ~ SNUB
D61. Deliberate slight ~ SNUB
D62. Dame Myra of the keyboard ~ HESS
D62. Myra the pianist ~ HESS
D65. Paris potable ~ VIN
D65. Diesel of Hollywood ~ VIN

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