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  • Title: "ALL IN THE GAME" (JULY 10, 2003)
  • Author: By Lynn Lempel
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  • Title: GAME TIME!
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: GAME TIME
  • Author: By Oscar Puma / Timothy Parker
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A1. On the ball ~ SHARP
A1. Imitate a cricket ~ CHIRP
A1. Cheddar type ~ SHARP
A6. "___ the word" ~ MUMS
A6. Overdone theatrics ~ CAMP
A6. Autumn bloomers ~ MUMS
A10. Mailbox indicator ~ FLAG
A10. Triggered the radar ~ SPED
A10. Billower on a pole ~ FLAG
A14. Hang suspended ~ HOVER
A14. "Message received" ~ ROGER
A14. Bellhop, often ~ TOTER
A15. Polo destination ~ ASIA
A15. Ostrich's kin ~ RHEA
A15. Polo's destination ~ ASIA
A16. Small brook ~ RILL
A16. Carpet's characteristic ~ PILE
A16. Brook ~ RILL
A17. On the up and up ~ ABOVEBOARD
A17. On the up-and-up ~ ABOVEBOARD
A17. On the up-and-up ~ ABOVEBOARD
A19. Prefix with proton or ballistic ~ ANTI
A19. Gutter neighbor ~ EAVE
A19. "Nay!" sayer ~ ANTI
A20. Arouse great enthusiasm ~ WOW
A20. Here-there connector ~ NOR
A20. CD-___ (computer insert) ~ ROM
A21. Word said with a salute ~ SIR
A21. Fond du ___, Wisc. ~ LAC
A21. Word said with a salute ~ SIR
A22. Made an impression on ~ DINGED
A22. One of a daily three ~ DINNER
A22. Made a small dent in ~ DINGED
A24. Part of epic films ~ MUSICALSCORE
A24. Feature of films ~ MUSICALSCORE
A24. Part of epic films ~ MUSICALSCORE
A27. Bundle of energy ~ DYNAMO
A27. Camouflage a message ~ ENCODE
A27. Bundle of energy ~ DYNAMO
A30. Hero of 1936 ~ OWENS
A30. "The Story of ___ H" (1975 movie) ~ ADELE
A30. 1936 Olympian Jesse ~ OWENS
A31. Savoyard protectors ~ YEOMEN
A31. Cole of Broadway fame ~ PORTER
A31. Beefeaters ~ YEOMEN
A32. Time out of mind ~ PAST
A32. Willing to bet the farm ~ SURE
A32. Time out of mind ~ PAST
A33. Jungfrau, e.g. ~ ALP
A33. "Shake!" offering ~ PAW
A33. Always, in a poem ~ EER
A36. It blew its top in 1992 ~ ETNA
A36. Aquarium beauty ~ OPAH
A36. It blew its top in 1992 ~ ETNA
A37. Northern ___ (apple) ~ SPY
A37. Mad cow disease, for short ~ BSE
A37. Acquire intelligence ~ SPY
A38. Cole's fiddlers, e.g. ~ TRIO
A38. Opera's Ethiopian princess ~ AIDA
A38. "Major" animal ~ URSA
A39. It may be loaded ~ DIE
A39. Make a dress ~ SEW
A39. Casting item ~ DIE
A40. Malarial fever ~ AGUE
A40. Italian seaport ~ BARI
A40. Malarial fever ~ AGUE
A42. Homes on high ~ EYRIES
A42. Grammar class subject ~ SYNTAX
A42. Damascus denizen ~ SYRIAN
A44. Person with a job ~ HIRER
A44. Unable to avoid the check? ~ MATED
A44. Personnel director, at times ~ HIRER
A45. Somewhat seasick ~ QUEASY
A45. Moonwort ~ LUNARY
A45. Car wheel securer ~ LUGNUT
A46. Basis of democracy ~ MAJORITYRULE
A46. Basis of democracy ~ MAJORITYRULE
A46. Basis of democracy ~ MAJORITYRULE
A50. Track and Field Hall of Famer Ashford ~ EVELYN
A50. Football team number ~ ELEVEN
A50. Track and Field Hall of Fame inductee Ashford ~ EVELYN
A51. Hurry ~ HIE
A51. "You" may precede it ~ ARE
A51. Charlemagne was its first ruler (Abbr.) ~ HRE
A52. Start to school ~ PRE
A52. ". . . ___ he rode out of sight . . ." ~ ERE
A52. "Be on the lookout" letters ~ APB
A55. Unload ~ SELL
A55. Cop-out in "The Little Red Hen" ~ NOTI
A55. Unload ~ SELL
A56. He has three Masters ~ GARYPLAYER
A56. He's won three Masters ~ GARYPLAYER
A56. Golfer who won nine majors in his career ~ GARYPLAYER
A60. Woody's singing son ~ ARLO
A60. Fill beyond full ~ SATE
A60. Woody's singing son ~ ARLO
A61. Oologist's subject ~ OVUM
A61. Beginning to type? ~ LINO
A61. Egg, to a biologist ~ OVUM
A62. Cheesecake viewer ~ OGLER
A62. Most of Earth ~ OCEAN
A62. Word with "glasses" or "buff" ~ OPERA
A63. Put away for the future ~ STOW
A63. Huxtable, Lovelace and Rehan ~ ADAS
A63. Put away for the future ~ STOW
A64. Unvaried ~ SAME
A64. Enthusiastic liveliness ~ ELAN
A64. In the ___ breath (almost simultaneously) ~ SAME
A65. Sideshow attractions ~ GEEKS
A65. Antiseptic targets ~ GERMS
A65. "Beau ___" ~ GESTE
D1. "Candida" playwright ~ SHAW
D1. Ocean Spray flavor starter ~ CRAN
D1. A feature of Old Glory ~ STAR
D2. Bindlestiff ~ HOBO
D2. Bindlestiff ~ HOBO
D2. Boxcar Willie dressed as one ~ HOBO
D3. Depone ~ AVOW
D3. Hunchback of horror ~ IGOR
D3. Basic building block ~ ATOM
D4. ___ up (accelerate) ~ REV
D4. Turn over, as an engine (Abbr.) ~ REV
D4. Gun, as an engine ~ REV
D5. Take liberties ~ PRESUME
D5. Musical intro ~ PRELUDE
D5. Take for granted ~ PRESUME
D6. Native New Zealander ~ MAORI
D6. Early spring relatives of irises (Var.) ~ CROCI
D6. Native New Zealander ~ MAORI
D7. About one-third of it is forested ~ USA
D7. "Caught in the act!" ~ AHA
D7. "Miracle on Ice" chant ~ USA
D8. One-time shuttle destination ~ MIR
D8. Debussy's "La ___" ~ MER
D8. One-time shuttle destination ~ MIR
D9. Parts of them are a cinch ~ SADDLES
D9. Canoe propeller ~ PADDLER
D9. Tack components ~ SADDLES
D10. They were once in every store in France ~ FRANCS
D10. "King of Queens" character ~ SPENCE
D10. 100-centime units ~ FRANCS
D11. Shop talk ~ LINGO
D11. Key location? ~ PIANO
D11. Jargon of a particular field ~ LINGO
D12. Hem, but not haw ~ ALTER
D12. Baby eel ~ ELVER
D12. Change, as a hemline ~ ALTER
D13. Flow smoothly ~ GLIDE
D13. Farm equipment maker John ~ DEERE
D13. Travel like a flying squirrel ~ GLIDE
D18. Wisent ~ BISON
D18. Of lower value ~ BASER
D18. Plains bovine ~ BISON
D23. Common contraction ~ ISNT
D23. ___ of Capri ~ ISLE
D23. Common contraction ~ ISNT
D24. Genesis hit ~ MAMA
D24. Army worm, eventually ~ MOTH
D24. Baby carrier? ~ MAMA
D25. With a reddish-brown tinge ~ COPPERY
D25. 1969 Newman role ~ CASSIDY
D25. With a reddish-brown tinge ~ COPPERY
D26. Someplace to get ~ AWAY
D26. For two voices, as a song ~ ADUE
D26. Vacationing ~ AWAY
D27. Like Easter eggs ~ DYED
D27. Collection of verse ~ EPOS
D27. Like Easter eggs ~ DYED
D28. Big snowman ~ YETI
D28. "Uh-uh!" ~ NOPE
D28. Abominable snowman ~ YETI
D29. What the "poor dog" had ~ NONE
D29. Bird's stomach ~ CRAW
D29. What the "poor dog" had ~ NONE
D33. "Celeste Aida," e.g. ~ ARIA
D33. Bread for a gyro sandwich ~ PITA
D33. "___ go bragh!" ~ ERIN
D34. "Never!" ~ LIES
D34. Purim month ~ ADAR
D34. Twin in Genesis ~ ESAU
D35. Bouquet ~ POSY
D35. Candlelike ~ WAXY
D35. Unleash a diatribe ~ RANT
D37. Bird feeder treat ~ SUET
D37. "The Outcasts of Poker Flat" author Harte ~ BRET
D37. Bird-feeder treat ~ SUET
D38. Fort site ~ TREE
D38. Tudor queen ~ ANNE
D38. Basic desire ~ URGE
D40. Having no perceptible weight ~ AIRY
D40. Devoid of duds ~ BARE
D40. Having no perceptible weight ~ AIRY
D41. Butch and Sundance, e.g. ~ GRINGOS
D41. Excited ~ ATINGLE
D41. Yanks, in Mexico ~ GRINGOS
D42. Furnish ~ EQUIP
D42. Drink noisily ~ SLURP
D42. Display bad etiquette at the dinner table ~ SLURP
D43. Christmas warmer ~ YULELOG
D43. Christmas crackler ~ YULELOG
D43. Christmas warmer ~ YULELOG
D44. Like the Trojan horse ~ HOLLOW
D44. Netflix wares ~ MOVIES
D44. Ichabod's was Sleepy ~ HOLLOW
D46. Hopi village locales ~ MESAS
D46. Brainy organization ~ MENSA
D46. Badlands formations ~ MESAS
D47. Ward off ~ AVERT
D47. Take ___ off (sit) ~ ALOAD
D47. Ward off ~ AVERT
D48. Shaky mold ~ JELLO
D48. Volkswagen model ~ JETTA
D48. Bill Cosby pitched it ~ JELLO
D49. Dr. Seuss forte ~ RHYME
D49. Synthetic fabric ~ RAYON
D49. What cats and rats do ~ RHYME
D52. "Brave Men" writer ~ PYLE
D52. Distant admirer ~ EYER
D52. "For" votes ~ AYES
D53. Stench ~ REEK
D53. Twenty quires of paper ~ REAM
D53. Sassy-mouthed ~ PERT
D54. Miscalculates ~ ERRS
D54. Airborne fish-eaters ~ ERNS
D54. Hillside, in Aberdeen ~ BRAE
D57. Actress Gardner ~ AVA
D57. Be down with the flu ~ AIL
D57. Actress Gardner ~ AVA
D58. Cuban export ~ RUM
D58. What a retrovirus contains ~ RNA
D58. Cuban alcoholic export ~ RUM
D59. Maturate ~ AGE
D59. Good thing to have in the hole ~ ACE
D59. "Congo" villain ~ APE

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