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  • Title: "PROVERBIALLY SPEAKING" (JUNE 11, 1999)
  • Author: By John Underwood
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  • Title: "YEA-SAYING" (AUGUST 29, 2005)
  • Author: By John Underwood
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A1. Don't be in its way ~ HARM
A1. Don't be in its way ~ HARM
A5. Helpless with laughter ~ SLAIN
A5. Helpless with laughter ~ SLAIN
A10. Grey of "Cabaret" ~ JOEL
A10. Grey of "Cabaret" ~ JOEL
A14. Andy's boy, of classic TV ~ OPIE
A14. Andy's boy, of classic TV ~ OPIE
A15. Division of a long poem ~ CANTO
A15. Division of a long poem ~ CANTO
A16. "Thy word is a lamp _____ my feet" ~ UNTO
A16. "Thy word is a lamp ___ my feet" ~ UNTO
A17. A fool and his money are ... ~ SOONPARTED
A17. A fool and his money are . . . ~ SOONPARTED
A19. 1963 Best Actress ~ NEAL
A19. 1963 Best Actress ~ NEAL
A20. Where salt and fresh water mix ~ ESTUARY
A20. Where salt and fresh water mix ~ ESTUARY
A21. 1999 computer virus ~ MELISSA
A21. "Come to My Window" singer Etheridge ~ MELISSA
A23. They're at all the big signing ceremonies ~ PENS
A23. They're at all the big signing ceremonies ~ PENS
A25. Flat-bottomed vessel ~ SCOW
A25. Flat-bottomed vessel ~ SCOW
A26. Like a rat in a trap ~ ATBAY
A26. Unable to flee ~ ATBAY
A30. Losing tic-tac-toe line ~ XOX
A30. Losing tic-tac-toe line ~ XOX
A32. Mild oaths ~ DRATS
A32. Gentle oaths ~ DRATS
A35. "No Exit" writer ~ SARTRE
A35. "No Exit" writer ~ SARTRE
A37. It binds ~ TIE
A37. It binds ~ TIE
A39. With 31 Down, 19th century pope ~ LEO
A39. With 31-Down, 19th century pope ~ LEO
A40. When the cat's away ... ~ THEMICEWILLPLAY
A40. When the cat's away . . . ~ THEMICEWILLPLAY
A44. Govt. agency for older Americans ~ AOA
A44. Govt. agency for older Americans ~ AOA
A45. Comment from Jerry Mathers ~ GEE
A45. Comment from Jerry Mathers ~ GEE
A46. Bummed out ~ MOROSE
A46. Bummed out ~ MOROSE
A47. Updike's "Rabbit _____" ~ REDUX
A47. Updike's "Rabbit ___" ~ REDUX
A50. Defensive back Barney ~ LEM
A50. "Solaris" author Stanislaw ~ LEM
A52. Quail ~ COWER
A52. Quail ~ COWER
A53. Hydrocarbon suffixes ~ ANES
A53. In a different way ~ ANEW
A55. "_____ Vu" (Warwick tune) ~ DEJA
A55. "___ Vu" (Warwick tune) ~ DEJA
A57. Detective Drummond ~ BULLDOG
A57. Georgia mascot ~ BULLDOG
A60. Close call for Agassi ~ NETBALL
A60. Close call for Venus ~ NETBALL
A65. Yours, in Tours ~ ATOI
A65. Yours, in Tours ~ ATOI
A66. ... make good neighbors ~ GOODFENCES
A66. . . . make good neighbors ~ GOODFENCES
A68. Private or general, e.g. ~ RANK
A68. Private or general, e.g. ~ RANK
A69. Word in a Charlie Brown phrase ~ GRIEF
A69. Word in a Charlie Brown phrase ~ GRIEF
A70. Word of encouragement before "boy" or "girl" ~ ATTA
A70. Word of encouragement with "boy" or "girl" ~ ATTA
A71. Objective case of thou ~ THEE
A71. Objective case of thou ~ THEE
A72. War whoops ~ YELLS
A72. Tries to reach the hard of hearing ~ YELLS
A73. "Peace _____ hand" ~ ISAT
A73. "Peace ___ hand" ~ ISAT
D1. Nylons ~ HOSE
D1. It may go to blazes ~ HOSE
D2. Mil. addresses ~ APOS
D2. Mil. addresses ~ APOS
D3. Burn and loot ~ RIOT
D3. Burn and loot, e.g. ~ RIOT
D4. Carte du jour ~ MENU
D4. Carte du jour ~ MENU
D5. Word with tactics or crow ~ SCARE
D5. Word with tactics or crow ~ SCARE
D6. "Voice box" ~ LARYNX
D6. Voice box ~ LARYNX
D7. Army, e.g. ~ ANT
D7. Colony member ~ ANT
D8. Checklist unit ~ ITEM
D8. It may have a bullet by it ~ ITEM
D9. Bumps ~ NODES
D9. Protuberances ~ NODES
D10. Baseball's Griffey or Ripken, e.g. ~ JUNIOR
D10. Baseball's Griffey, for one ~ JUNIOR
D11. ... does not make a summer ~ ONESWALLOW
D11. . . . does not make a summer ~ ONESWALLOW
D12. Letters from Athens ~ ETAS
D12. Letters from Athens ~ ETAS
D13. "Cavalleria Rusticana" role ~ LOLA
D13. "Cavalleria Rusticana" role ~ LOLA
D18. Alexandria Library contents ~ PAPYRI
D18. Library of Alexandria contents ~ PAPYRI
D22. Type of PC screen ~ LCD
D22. Type of TV ~ LCD
D24. John Barth's "Factor" ~ SOTWEED
D24. John Barth's "Factor" ~ SOTWEED
D26. "Swinging On _____" ~ ASTAR
D26. "Swinging on ___" ~ ASTAR
D27. Resort lake ~ TAHOE
D27. Resort lake ~ TAHOE
D28. Man does not live by ... ~ BREADALONE
D28. Man does not live by . . . ~ BREADALONE
D29. It chips in if you're short ~ ATM
D29. It's loaded with cash ~ ATM
D31. See 39 Across ~ XII
D31. See 39-Across ~ XII
D33. Bait ~ TEASE
D33. Purposely stay just out of reach ~ TEASE
D34. French chef / revolutionist Alexis ~ SOYER
D34. Chef Alexis ~ SOYER
D36. Ticker tape? ~ ECG
D36. Heart test, briefly ~ ECG
D38. Slippery _____ ~ ELM
D38. Slippery ___ ~ ELM
D41. Slippery one ~ EEL
D41. Slippery one ~ EEL
D42. Settle ~ LOCATE
D42. Settle ~ LOCATE
D43. Court instructor ~ PRO
D43. Court instructor ~ PRO
D48. Not characteristic of ~ UNLIKE
D48. Not characteristic of ~ UNLIKE
D49. Marked a ballot ~ XED
D49. Marked a ballot, in a way ~ XED
D51. His "Laws" involved research on peas ~ MENDEL
D51. His laws involved research on peas ~ MENDEL
D54. Like cereal in milk, after a time ~ SOGGY
D54. Doggy ___ (toddler's pet?) ~ WOGGY
D56. Bridges and Gordon ~ JEFFS
D56. Bridges and Gordon ~ JEFFS
D57. Homer's bane or boy ~ BART
D57. Homer's bane or boy ~ BART
D58. Where "The Mailman" delivers ~ UTAH
D58. Beehive State ~ UTAH
D59. 2000 presidential hopeful ~ GORE
D59. 2000 presidential hopeful ~ GORE
D61. _____ B'rith ~ BNAI
D61. ___ B'rith ~ BNAI
D62. "Hamlet" parts ~ ACTS
D62. "Hamlet" parts ~ ACTS
D63. "_____ Smile Be Your Umbrella" ~ LETA
D63. "___ Smile Be Your Umbrella" ~ LETA
D64. Test for Perry Mason wannabes ~ LSAT
D64. Test for Perry Mason wannabes ~ LSAT
D67. Midnight fuel ~ OIL
D67. Midnight fuel ~ OIL

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