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  • Title: "ON YOUR OWN TWO FEET" (AUGUST 16, 2002)
  • Author: By Lynn Lempel
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  • Title: WALK ON BY?
  • Author: By Casey Rumblach / Timothy Parker
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A1. Time for a birthday bash with 300 million celebrants ~ JULY
A1. Musical wrap-up ~ CODA
A5. Sauce seasoners ~ BASILS
A5. Some Consumer Reports employees ~ RATERS
A11. Euro's forerunner ~ ECU
A11. Prefix for form or verse ~ UNI
A14. Sills selection ~ ARIA
A14. Magnum ___ ~ OPUS
A15. Disentangle ~ UNKNOT
A15. Implant deeply ~ ENROOT
A16. Stoolie ~ RAT
A16. Earth tone ~ TAN
A17. Start of a wry remark about physical fitness ~ WALKINGISBY
A17. Physical fitness quip (Part 1) ~ WALKINGISBY
A19. Sleep stage ~ REM
A19. CIA of WWII ~ OSS
A20. Cagey ~ SLY
A20. Foxy ~ SLY
A21. Zip ~ NIL
A21. 100 cts. ~ DOL
A22. Juárez's border twin ~ ELPASO
A22. Pass by, as time ~ ELAPSE
A24. Stuns ~ FLOORS
A24. Lumberjacks, e.g. ~ HEWERS
A27. Bits ~ IOTAS
A27. More likely to cause a skid ~ ICIER
A28. Part two of the remark ~ NOMEANSALOSTART
A28. Physical fitness quip (Part 2) ~ NOMEANSALOSTART
A32. Seinfeld specialty ~ IRONY
A32. Brand makers ~ IRONS
A33. Satyr-ical animals ~ GOATS
A33. Satyr-ical animals ~ GOATS
A34. Get-up-and-go ~ PEP
A34. Get-up-and-go ~ PEP
A35. It'll make an even yard ~ EDGER
A35. It'll make an even yard ~ EDGER
A37. Clairvoyant's talent ~ ESP
A37. Clairvoyant's gift ~ ESP
A40. Fracas ~ MELEE
A40. More than a scuffle ~ MELEE
A42. Ambiguous ~ VAGUE
A42. Ambiguous ~ VAGUE
A44. Part three of the remark ~ HOWELSEDOYOUGET
A44. Physical fitness quip (Part 3) ~ HOWELSEDOYOUGET
A49. Make things right ~ ATONE
A49. When many office workers return to work ~ ATONE
A50. Carrey's "Me, _____ & Irene" ~ MYSELF
A50. Reflexive pronoun ~ MYSELF
A51. Punched ~ STRUCK
A51. Punched, e.g. ~ STRUCK
A53. Jokester ~ WAG
A53. Jokester ~ WAG
A54. Apple variety ~ MAC
A54. Apple variety ~ MAC
A57. Keeps ~ HAS
A57. Keeps ~ HAS
A58. End of the remark ~ TOTHEGARAGE
A58. Physical fitness quip (Part 4) ~ TOTHEGARAGE
A62. Bighorn that's big hornless ~ EWE
A62. Lamb source ~ EWE
A63. Be accommodating ~ OBLIGE
A63. Be accommodating ~ OBLIGE
A64. Laid off ~ AXED
A64. Fired ruthlessly ~ AXED
A65. VP between George and Al ~ DAN
A65. He's dapper ~ DAN
A66. Parish head ~ RECTOR
A66. Parish head ~ RECTOR
A67. Word with clock or penny ~ WISE
A67. Clock or penny attachment ~ WISE
D1. Spielberg classic ~ JAWS
D1. Dairy herd ~ COWS
D2. Russian range ~ URAL
D2. Milky-white gem ~ OPAL
D3. Trumpet-shaped flower ~ LILY
D3. As is fitting ~ DULY
D4. Creature of Tibet ~ YAK
D4. "Shoot!" ~ ASK
D5. Digit problem ~ BUNION
D5. Eminence ~ RENOWN
D6. Yankees of the southwest ~ ANGLOS
D6. Some are right ~ ANGLES
D7. Cross-country runner? ~ SKI
D7. Prefix with cycle and 6-Down ~ TRI
D8. Officeholders ~ INS
D8. Goddess of the dawn ~ EOS
D9. Lung division ~ LOBE
D9. Garb for the bench ~ ROBE
D10. Do doer ~ STYLIST
D10. Not just a barber ~ STYLIST
D11. Editor's slip-ups ~ ERRATA
D11. Place of dreams ~ UTOPIA
D12. Guy who had a lot of Gaul? ~ CAESAR
D12. Aswan Dam lake ~ NASSER
D13. Greatest ~ UTMOST
D13. Magazine extra ~ INSERT
D18. Dentist's handiwork ~ INLAY
D18. "Don't get any funny ___!" ~ IDEAS
D23. They're often on the back burner ~ POTS
D23. Legislative decisions ~ ACTS
D24. Boggy land ~ FEN
D24. Little red one ~ HEN
D25. Tattered, as clothes ~ RAGGEDY
D25. Tattered, as clothes ~ RAGGEDY
D26. Fruit of the blackthorn ~ SLOE
D26. Fruit of the blackthorn ~ SLOE
D28. Tiny bite ~ NIP
D28. Tiny bite ~ NIP
D29. Vein contents ~ ORE
D29. Vein makeup ~ ORE
D30. Cleaning tool ~ MOP
D30. Cleaning tool ~ MOP
D31. Boathouse provision ~ OAR
D31. Boathouse provision ~ OAR
D35. Ernie of the PGA ~ ELS
D35. Overhead trains ~ ELS
D36. Judge ~ DEEM
D36. Make judgments ~ DEEM
D37. Humpty Dumpty, for one ~ EGG
D37. Shell or head attachment ~ EGG
D38. Johnny Cash's "Boy" ~ SUE
D38. Johnny Cash's boy ~ SUE
D39. Kennel's client ~ PET
D39. Kennel's client ~ PET
D40. Carte du jour ~ MENU
D40. Carte du jour ~ MENU
D41. College voter? ~ ELECTOR
D41. Citizen with a legal right to vote ~ ELECTOR
D42. Europe's longest river ~ VOLGA
D42. Europe's longest river ~ VOLGA
D43. "_____ Wiedersehen" ~ AUF
D43. "___ Wiedersehen" ~ AUF
D44. Resolved (with "out") ~ HASHED
D44. Chopped up, as potatoes ~ HASHED
D45. Canadian city once known as Bytown ~ OTTAWA
D45. Canadian city once known as Bytown ~ OTTAWA
D46. Deteriorate ~ WORSEN
D46. Deteriorate ~ WORSEN
D47. NY port on Lake Ontario ~ OSWEGO
D47. N.Y. port on Lake Ontario ~ OSWEGO
D48. Supersonic pilot Chuck ~ YEAGER
D48. Legendary test pilot Chuck ~ YEAGER
D52. Shaq teammate ~ KOBE
D52. High-quality beef ~ KOBE
D54. Ankle-length ~ MAXI
D54. Ankle-length shirt ~ MAXI
D55. "Rock of _____" ~ AGES
D55. "Rock of ___" ~ AGES
D56. Hand over ~ CEDE
D56. Hand over ~ CEDE
D59. Chicken soup accompaniment ~ TLC
D59. Compassionate letters ~ TLC
D60. Producer's dream ~ HIT
D60. Producer's dream ~ HIT
D61. Cold and damp ~ RAW
D61. Like new recruits ~ RAW

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