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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, July 1, 1996
  • Author: S. Spadaccini
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: 9/29/99 IMPROVEMENT
  • Author: by Fred Piscop, edited by Stanley Newman
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  • Title: "... NEVER LET IT REST" (JULY 21, 2004)
  • Author: By Robert Zimmerman
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  • Title: IMPROVING
  • Author: By Thomas Sheldon / Timothy Parker
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A1. Fixed up again ~ REDID
A1. Lid hair ~ LASH
A1. Bonds is one ~ GIANT
A1. Some nags ~ MARES
A6. Higest point ~ ACME
A5. Bogart role ~ SPADE
A6. Distinctive clothing ~ GARB
A6. Kunis of Hollywood ~ MILA
A10. Off-base, unofficially ~ AWOL
A10. Dutch portraitist Frans ~ HALS
A10. Certain Internet page ~ HOME
A10. Sub ___ (in confidence) ~ ROSA
A14. Solo ~ ALONE
A14. Cinders of comics ~ ELLA
A14. Cross swords ~ ARGUE
A14. Battery terminal ~ ANODE
A15. Cajole ~ COAX
A15. Insertion mark ~ CARET
A15. Adams or Brickell ~ EDIE
A15. Final notice, briefly ~ OBIT
A16. Venus de___ ~ MILO
A16. Criminally assist ~ ABET
A16. Course climax ~ EXAM
A16. Disgusted chorus ~ UGHS
A17. Worthless types ~ GOODFORNOTHINGS
A17. Fun-loving fellow ~ GOODTIMECHARLIE
A17. Party guy ~ GOODTIMECHARLIE
A17. Award for a courteous grade-schooler ~ GOODCITIZENSHIP
A20. "Your excellency" ~ SIRE
A20. Take the tiller ~ STEER
A20. Nettles ~ ANGERS
A20. In the know ~ INFORMED
A21. Tell a whopper ~ LIE
A21. Critical evaluation ~ ACIDTEST
A21. Word with truth or miss ~ NEAR
A21. Alternative to Midway ~ OHARE
A22. Bob Marley's music ~ REGGAE
A22. Layer of coal ~ SEAM
A22. B&B ~ INN
A22. Young newt ~ EFT
A23. Fed lines to ~ CUED
A25. Super serve ~ ACE
A23. Mort of stand-up ~ SAHL
A23. Cold and damp ~ RAW
A25. Late-night schmoozer Jay ~ LENO
A26. Fenway team, on scoreboards ~ BOS
A25. Gave a high-five ~ SLAPPED
A25. About half of all adults ~ MEN
A26. Recovered consciousness ~ CAMETO
A29. Exploding-cigar sound ~ BLAM
A27. Social newcomer ~ DEB
A26. Cay ~ ISLET
A29. Total ~ SUM
A31. Buy quickly ~ SNAPUP
A30. Put away ~ STOW
A30. Ganges garb ~ SARI
A30. Dateless ~ STAG
A36. Gardner of film ~ AVA
A32. Fed. agcy. since 1908 ~ FBI
A31. Cataclysmic endings? ~ CEES
A34. "___you ready yet?" ~ ARENT
A37. Truman's birthplace ~ LAMAR
A33. Times for celebrating ~ EVES
A32. Regional dialect ~ PATOIS
A35. Straitlaced ~ STAID
A39. Radar's quaff ~ NEHI
A35. Sounds of satisfaction ~ AAHS
A34. "Born in the ___" (Springsteen) ~ USA
A37. Zeta's follower ~ ETA
A40. Inventor's goal ~ BETTERMOUSETRAP
A37. Flips through, as pages ~ LEAFS
A37. Age-old quest? ~ BETTERMOUSETRAP
A38. Classic invention ~ BETTERMOUSETRAP
A44. Cleveland's lake ~ ERIE
A41. Inventor's goal, perhaps ~ BETTERMOUSETRAP
A40. ___ Butterworth's ~ MRS
A41. Singleton ~ ONE
A45. Shady spot ~ ARBOR
A44. It may be caught ~ TRAIN
A41. Baby bottle tip ~ NIPPLE
A42. Horse holders ~ REINS
A46. Haul into court ~ SUE
A45. Type of hop ~ SOCK
A42. Tut's fertility goddess ~ ISIS
A43. Walkway ~ AISLE
A47. Foul odor ~ STENCH
A46. Frequent plaintiff ~ ACLU
A43. Some energy enhancers ~ GELS
A44. Protective covering ~ TARP
A50. Ingrid's "Casablanca" role ~ ILSA
A47. Vanity ~ EGO
A44. Post office device ~ SCALE
A46. Gobbled up ~ ATE
A51. Ernie of the PGA ~ ELS
A49. Bluenose ~ PRIG
A45. Bookie transaction ~ BET
A47. Comedian Marty ~ INGELS
A52. __ Alamos, NM ~ LOS
A51. Did possess ~ HAD
A48. Find a function for ~ USE
A48. Eyebrow shape ~ ARCH
A54. Proficiency ~ EASE
A52. Pause in a verse ~ CAESURA
A49. Toward the stern ~ AFT
A50. The "C" of C.O.D. ~ CASH
A56. After-dinner drink ~ ANISETTE
A56. Utopia ~ EDEN
A51. Service ~ AVAIL
A51. Magic charm ~ AMULET
A61. Vaudevillian Foy ~ EDDIE
A58. Fertilization sites ~ OVA
A53. Heir, for one ~ ALLOTTEE
A54. Droop ~ SAG
A65. Broadway musical of 1941 ~ BESTFOOTFORWARD
A59. The longest sentence? ~ LIFE
A58. To impress, put this ~ BESTFOOTFORWARD
A55. Arboretum item ~ TREE
A68. Texan's tie ~ BOLO
A61. Type of punch ~ ONETWO
A61. Get in on the pot ~ ANTE
A59. Part of makeing a favorable impression? ~ BESTFOOTFORWARD
A69. Part of ICBM ~ INTER
A65. What to put to impress people? ~ BESTFOOTFORWARD
A62. "Hold your horses!" ~ WHOA
A62. Funeral stand ~ BIER
A70. Privy to ~ INON
A68. Layered treat ~ OREO
A63. Blend with traffic ~ MERGE
A63. Debaucher ~ ROUE
A71. From scratch ~ ANEW
A69. Moon goddess ~ LUNA
A64. Rose supporter ~ STEM
A64. "Alfie" star Michael ~ CAINE
A72. Isn't straight ~ LEANS
A70. Creepy ~ EERIE
A65. Uses an ax ~ LOPS
A65. Artist Warhol ~ ANDY
A73. Sha __ ~ NANA
A71. Country's Lovett ~ LYLE
A66. Have one's heart ___ (desire strongly) ~ SETON
A66. D.H. Lawrence's "___and Lovers" ~ SONS
D1. Staying power, so to speak ~ LEGS
A72. Gung-ho spirit ~ ELAN
D1. O. Henry's gift givers ~ MAGI
A67. Append ~ ADDON
D2. Oodles ~ ALOT
A73. Change consumers? ~ SLOTS
D2. Any minute ~ ANON
D1. Tatters ~ RAGS
D3. Blackthorn fruit ~ SLOE
D1. Sounds from baby ~ GAGA
D3. Santa's landing site ~ ROOF
D2. "The Time Machine" people ~ ELOI
D4. Where the Styx flows ~ HADES
D2. Ferrous thing ~ IRON
D4. Poi source ~ EDDO
D3. Entranceway ~ DOOR
D5. Chem. or biol. ~ SCI
D3. Wide-eyed ~ AGOG
D5. Cloak-and-dagger ~ SECRET
D4. Vulgarly dressed ~ INDECENT
D6. Grier or Shriver ~ PAM
D4. Some chilly models? ~ NUDES
D6. Church choral work ~ MOTET
D5. Rock group ___Leppard ~ DEF
D7. Plane measure ~ AREA
D5. Showy fish ~ TETRAS
D7. Footnote abbr. ~ IBID
D6. Bitter ~ ACRID
D8. Crosby's record label ~ DECCA
D6. It goes in a setting ~ GEM
D8. Claiborne or Smith ~ LIZ
D7. Dairy Queen order ~ CONE
D9. Moral principles ~ ETHICS
D7. Arabian gulf ~ ADEN
D9. Wasn't a fast observer ~ ATE
D8. Long March leader ~ MAO
D10. Lyricist Lorenz ~ HART
D8. They're chosen for your sake? ~ RICES
D10. Recruiting event for frat houses ~ RUSH
D9. In___(near death) ~ EXTREMIS
D11. Up to the job ~ ABLE
D9. Sake ~ BEHALF
D11. Early Irish alphabet ~ OGHAM
D10. Buddies, in Baja ~ AMIGOS
D12. Waikiki wreaths ~ LEIS
D10. The other woman ~ HER
D12. Talia of "Rocky" ~ SHIRE
D11. Museum extension ~ WING
D13. [ignore this deletion] ~ STET
D11. Primrose ~ OXLIP
D13. Colorado resort ~ ASPEN
D12. Gymnast Korbut ~ OLGA
D18. Tweeter output ~ TREBLE
D12. It's been remembered since 1898? ~ MAINE
D18. "This tape will self-destruct in five seconds" org. ~ IMF
D13. Mislay ~ LOSE
D19. Yemeni city ~ ADEN
D13. Make corrections ~ EMEND
D19. Folksy antonym of "entirely" ~ NOWISE
D18. Bogus butter ~ OLEO
D23. Winglike ~ ALAR
D18. Beatty-Hoffman film ~ ISHTAR
D23. "Battle Cry" director Walsh ~ RAOUL
D19. Barnyard clucker ~ HEN
D24. "__ mia!" ~ MAMMA
D19. Ready to plow ~ ARABLE
D24. Pop up, as a question ~ ARISE
D24. Say ~ UTTER
D26. Innocent ones ~ BABES
D24. Garden soils ~ LOAMS
D26. Long-range weapon, briefly ~ ICBM
D25. Hawaiian cookouts ~ LUAUS
D27. Open to view ~ OVERT
D26. Michelangelo work ~ PIETA
D27. Divination practitioner ~ SEER
D26. Explorer Sebastian ~ CABOT
D28. Composer Erik ~ SATIE
D27. Spendthrift's hangover ~ DEBT
D28. Permits ~ LETS
D27. Meadowlands___ ~ ARENA
D30. New Zealand native ~ MAORI
D28. At any time ~ EVER
D29. Guinness book suffix ~ EST
D28. It may have quarters downtown ~ METER
D32. Picnic pest ~ ANT
D29. Software test ~ BETA
D30. Discontinues ~ STOPS
D29. Item slung in a sling ~ STONE
D33. By itself ~ PERSE
D31. Hooting cry of excitement ~ WHOOP
D32. Uses a jimmy ~ PRIES
D31. Brief and to the point ~ TERSE
D34. Self-mover's rental ~ UHAUL
D34. Pens for porkers ~ STIES
D33. Enough and then some ~ AMPLE
D32. Whatsoever ~ ATALL
D35. They'll hold water ~ PIPES
D36. Bolivian capital, officially ~ SUCRE
D34. Major in astronomy? ~ URSA
D33. Stares open-mouthed ~ GAPES
D38. Moscow moolah ~ RUBLE
D38. St. Louis attraction ~ ARCH
D35. Crossjack, e.g. ~ SAIL
D35. Blues singer Bessie ~ SMITH
D41. Lacrosse complement ~ TEN
D39. Roosevelt pet ~ FALA
D36. Vaulted altar area ~ APSE
D36. University bosses ~ DEANS
D42. "Slammin' Sammy" ~ SOSA
D40. Common tater ~ SPUD
D38. Totally swamp ~ ENGULF
D39. Nuclear plant apparatuses ~ REACTORS
D43. Boo-boo remover ~ ERASER
D42. Swallow up ~ ENGULF
D39. Unconscious quirk ~ TIC
D40. Skinflint ~ TIGHTWAD
D48. Staff sign ~ CLEF
D43. 23 follower ~ SKIDOO
D44. Radar may track them ~ STORMS
D45. Piddling ~ PALTRY
D49. Masseur's application ~ HOTOIL
D48. Colorful songbird ~ ORIOLE
D45. Rum-laced cakes ~ BABAS
D47. "Othello" villain ~ IAGO
D53. British weight ~ STONE
D50. Art categories ~ GENRES
D46. Happening ~ EVENT
D49. Ump ~ REF
D55. Astronomer Hubble ~ EDWIN
D52. Programmer's language ~ COBOL
D47. There's no accounting for it ~ TASTE
D50. Parisian snack sites ~ CAFES
D56. Diplomat Eban ~ ABBA
D53. Animator Tex ~ AVERY
D49. They might precede bravos ~ ALFAS
D51. "Dancing Queen" pop group ~ ABBA
D57. Inert gas ~ NEON
D54. Atelier item ~ EASEL
D50. Eb's wife? ~ FLO
D52. Chow___ ~ MEIN
D58. Castaway's home ~ ISLE
D55. Run ___ of the law ~ AFOUL
D52. List component ~ ITEM
D53. Previously owned ~ USED
D59. Put in the hold ~ STOW
D57. Handrail support ~ NEWEL
D53. Straddling ~ ATOP
D54. Stupefy ~ STUN
D60. Blues singer James ~ ETTA
D60. Sicilian smoker ~ ETNA
D54. Overly precious ~ TWEE
D56. Suprise atack ~ RAID
D62. Comic Carvey ~ DANA
D62. Poi ingredient ~ TARO
D55. Fruit-filled dessert ~ TART
D57. "Cubist" Rubik ~ ERNO
D63. Nutritive mineral ~ IRON
D63. Court order ~ WRIT
D56. "Cogito, ___ sum" ~ ERGO
D58. Paradise ~ EDEN
D64. Novelist Ferber ~ EDNA
D64. Keats offerings ~ ODES
D57. First family's home ~ EDEN
D60. Tic-tac-toe win ~ OOO
D66. Marshy area ~ FEN
D66. Ballerina's asset ~ TOE
D59. It gives a hoot ~ OWL
D61. Early broadcasting inits. ~ RCA
D67. Hosp. areas ~ ORS
D67. Geisha's accessory ~ FAN
D60. Palindromic exclamation ~ OHO

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