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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, March 18, 1996
  • Author: S. L. Robbins
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: "WATCH WORDS" (SEPTEMBER 19, 2003)
  • Author: By Joy M. Andrews
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A1. Blockheads ~ CLODS
A1. Savage being ~ BRUTE
A6. Late tennis V.I.P. ~ ASHE
A6. Itsy bitsy bit ~ IOTA
A10. Dirty literature ~ SMUT
A10. On ___ (without commitment) ~ SPEC
A14. Evangelist___Semple McPherson ~ AIMEE
A14. He surpassed Ruth ~ AARON
A15. Wander ~ ROAM
A15. Proposal killers ~ NOES
A16. El___, Tex. ~ PASO
A16. Worker's list heading ~ TODO
A17. With 36- and 56-Across, an announcer's plea ~ STAYWITHUS
A17. Station break plea ~ STAYWITHUS
A19. "Leaving on___Plane" ~ AJET
A19. Julia of "The Addams Family" ~ RAUL
A20. Rooster's mates ~ HENS
A20. Italian seaport, WWII battle site ~ SALERNO
A21. Melee ~ RIOT
A21. Crop with a powerful Washington lobby ~ TOBACCO
A22. Stingless bee ~ DRONE
A23. Morse code bit ~ DAH
A23. Female deer ~ DOE
A24. With 50-Across, station break plea ~ MOREWHEN
A24. Woman in charge of a prison ~ MATRON
A25. Ring punch ~ JAB
A25. Keep ~ RETAIN
A28. Inventor's protections ~ PATENTS
A29. What a dinner partner might pick up ~ THETAB
A30. Sunscreen ingredient ~ ALOE
A31. European autos ~ OPELS
A32. Far from stringent ~ LAX
A32. Came up ~ AROSE
A33. Becomes less jammed, as traffic ~ EASES
A33. Louis XVI, e.g. ~ ROI
A38. Station break plea ~ WELLBERIGHTBACK
A36. See 17-Across ~ WELLBERIGHTBACK
A42. Clean fish ~ SCALE
A39. Observe ~ SEE
A43. Doves do it ~ COO
A40. Eggs on ~ URGES
A44. Open to breezes ~ AIRY
A41. Reach in total ~ RUNTO
A45. Some are narrow ~ ESCAPES
A42. Left-hand pages ~ VERSOS
A49. Library stamp word ~ DUE
A44. Sinew ~ TENDON
A50. With 24-Across, station break plea ~ WERETURN
A45. In the center of ~ AMIDST
A54. Midori of skating ~ ITO
A47. Fish eggs ~ ROE
A56. Supervise ~ OVERSEE
A48. Count with an orchestra ~ BASIE
A57. Emulated a pig ~ SNORTED
A49. Profit ~ GAIN
A61. Staff note ~ MEMO
A51. Kind of processing ~ DATA
A62. Station break plea ~ DONTGOAWAY
A55. Cecil B. DeMille work ~ EPIC
A64. Slender fastener ~ BRAD
A56. See 17-Across ~ DONTGOAWAY
A65. River in Germany ~ ELBE
A58. "Thanks___!" ~ ALOT
A66. Michael Jackson trademark ~ GLOVE
A59. Comic Johnson ~ ARTE
A67. Year's last word, often ~ SYNE
A60. Flee to wed ~ ELOPE
A68. Coal or skirt line ~ SEAM
A61. Department store department ~ MENS
A69. Mississippi's four ~ ESSES
A62. Army chow ~ MESS
D1. Big mouth, of a sort ~ BASS
A63. Irritates ~ RILES
D2. Pro ___ (proportionately) ~ RATA
D1. Bills and coins ~ CASH
D3. Continental dividing range ~ URAL
D2. Lower-calorie beer ~ LITE
D4. Played (with) ~ TOYED
D3. Mideast sultanate ~ OMAN
D5. Surround or envelop ~ ENWRAP
D4. Old Tunisian rulers ~ DEYS
D6. Obsessed with ~ INTO
D5. Stitch ~ SEW
D7. Aah's partner ~ OOH
D6. Shaw of "Star Dust" ~ ARTIE
D8. Early German ~ TEUTON
D7. Big Apple area ~ SOHO
D9. Classify ~ ASSORT
D8. ___monde (high society) ~ HAUT
D10. Camel back's undoer ~ STRAW
D9. German spa ~ EMS
D11. Hunt illegally ~ POACH
D10. Ancient Greek city ~ SPARTA
D12. Draw forth ~ EDUCE
D11. Like many advertised appliances ~ MAJORBRAND
D13. Bit of punctuation ~ COLON
D12. "___hooks" ~ USENO
D18. Lung function ~ INHALE
D13. "On a scale of one___" ~ TOTEN
D22. Attack ~ BESET
D18. Golf club ~ IRON
D24. Spicy cuisine, often ~ MEXICAN
D22. Oasis sight ~ DATETREE
D25. Shark's assets ~ JAWS
D23. Spend ~ DISBURSE
D26. Mr. Guinness ~ ALEC
D24. Netting ~ MESH
D27. Gaucho weapon ~ BOLA
D25. Tiers ~ ROWS
D29. Feathers' stickum ~ TAR
D26. Fencer's sword ~ EPEE
D31. Pipe shape ~ ELL
D27. Much-used advertising medium ~ TELEVISION
D34. Camel hair garment ~ ABA
D28. Sum total ~ ALL
D35. Mentioned before ~ SAID
D29. Endeavors ~ TRIES
D36. Natural shade ~ ECRU
D30. Doesn't share ~ HOGS
D37. Largest of the Inner Hebrides ~ SKYE
D32. Jason's ship ~ ARGO
D39. Root crop ~ BEETS
D34. Numerical prefix ~ OCTO
D40. Bush's group ~ GOP
D35. Sacred image: Var. ~ IKON
D41. Doing some gardening ~ HOEING
D37. Formerly, once ~ ERST
D46. Soft-napped leathers ~ SUEDES
D38. Burger roll ~ BUN
D47. Another spicy cuisine ~ CREOLE
D43. Decrees ~ EDICTS
D48. Criminal's puppet ~ STOOGE
D44. Chinese secret society ~ TONG
D50. Developmental areas ~ WOMBS
D45. 90 degrees from fore-and-aft ~ ABEAM
D51. All-inclusive word ~ EVERY
D46. Shade tree ~ MAPLE
D52. Hire new staff ~ REMAN
D47. Religious observances ~ RITES
D53. Slowly lose ground ~ ERODE
D49. Clinton's Veep ~ GORE
D55. Paperless exams ~ ORALS
D50. Picnic pests ~ ANTS
D57. Rose holder ~ STEM
D51. Limp watch painter ~ DALI
D58. "___ company . . ." ~ TWOS
D52. Army deserter ~ AWOL
D59. Gutter's support ~ EAVE
D53. Stock ticker output ~ TAPE
D60. Easter dips ~ DYES
D54. Nays' opposites ~ AYES
D63. Miami Heat affiliation ~ NBA
D56. Hoover, e.g. ~ DAM
D57. "___the ramparts we..." ~ OER

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