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  • Title: "FAMILY OF FOUR" (SEPTEMBER 18, 2001)
  • Author: By Sarah Keller
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  • Title: WE'RE ALL HERE
  • Author: By Cassie Hearndon / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: CMON PEOPLE
  • Author: By Josh Lewis / Timothy Parker
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A1. Calabash ~ GOURD
A1. Calabash, e.g. ~ GOURD
A1. It's worth something ~ ASSET
A6. Linger ~ HOVER
A6. Emulate a hummingbird ~ HOVER
A6. Exclusive lingo ~ ARGOT
A11. Part of FDR's New Deal ~ WPA
A11. F.D.R. program ~ WPA
A11. Punster ~ WAG
A14. Pianist Claudio ~ ARRAU
A14. Concert pianist Claudio ~ ARRAU
A14. Easily split rock ~ SHALE
A15. Put up with something unpleasant ~ ABIDE
A15. Remain ~ ABIDE
A15. Star of a "Rear Window" remake ~ REEVE
A16. Mason's tool ~ HOD
A16. Masonry trough ~ HOD
A16. Spectrum part ~ HUE
A17. He's an independent success ~ SELFMADEMAN
A17. Success of a sort ~ SELFMADEMAN
A17. He's an independent success ~ SELFMADEMAN
A19. Swear words? ~ IDO
A19. Swear words? ~ IDO
A19. Reason to rant ~ IRE
A20. Stalker's victim ~ PREY
A20. Stalker's victim ~ PREY
A20. Chug along ~ PLOD
A21. Rhino's relative ~ TAPIR
A21. Fleshy-snouted beast ~ TAPIR
A21. Two "Monday, Monday" singers ~ PAPAS
A23. Some formal wear ~ BOWTIES
A23. Some pasta ~ BOWTIES
A23. Ring master? ~ JEWELER
A27. Showing no emotion ~ DEADPAN
A27. Poker-faced ~ DEADPAN
A27. More than impair ~ CRIPPLE
A29. Cherishes ~ ADORES
A29. Cherishes ~ ADORES
A29. Most distant point ~ APOGEE
A30. Hoi _____ ~ POLLOI
A30. Hoi follower ~ POLLOI
A30. Sultanate on Borneo's coast ~ BRUNEI
A31. Number in NASA lingo ~ NINER
A31. Certain number in NASA lingo ~ NINER
A31. Top 40 entries ~ SONGS
A32. Walks in the surf ~ WADES
A32. Walks through shallow water ~ WADES
A32. Where one makes the grade ~ CLASS
A33. Highest degree ~ NTH
A33. Highest degree ~ NTH
A33. "Camptown Races" winner ~ NAG
A36. Bible book ~ JUDE
A36. Bible book ~ JUDE
A36. They may be defied ~ ODDS
A37. Mosconi maneuver ~ CAROM
A37. Billiards maneuver ~ CAROM
A37. Cessation of hostilities ~ TRUCE
A38. Turkish leader ~ AGHA
A38. Turkish title of honor ~ AGHA
A38. Alternative to Kodak or Fuji ~ AGFA
A39. Where the 'eart is ~ OME
A39. Where the 'eart is? ~ OME
A39. Preceder of an un-altared name? ~ NEE
A40. Adventurer's stock ~ TALES
A40. Chaucerian products ~ TALES
A40. One attracting considerable interest? ~ SHARK
A41. Normand or Mercer ~ MABEL
A41. Normand or Mercer ~ MABEL
A41. Travel in big circles? ~ ORBIT
A42. Laughed loudly ~ ROARED
A42. Laughed loudly ~ ROARED
A42. Ease the pressure ~ RELENT
A44. Glum ~ MOROSE
A44. Glum ~ MOROSE
A44. French author de Beauvoir ~ SIMONE
A45. Utilizes a VCR, in a way ~ REWINDS
A45. Utilizes a VCR, in a way ~ REWINDS
A45. Paleontologist's discovery, maybe ~ JAWBONE
A47. Signs of insomnia, maybe ~ REDEYES
A47. Signs of insomnia, perhaps ~ REDEYES
A47. Secured while rock climbing ~ BELAYED
A48. "_____ Gay" (WWII bomber) ~ ENOLA
A48. WWII's ___ Gay ~ ENOLA
A48. Sun-dried clay of the Southwest ~ ADOBE
A49. Unit of loudness ~ SONE
A49. Unit of loudness ~ SONE
A49. Pleased as Punch ~ GLAD
A50. Hasty escape ~ LAM
A50. Hightail ~ LAM
A50. ___ Perignon ~ DOM
A51. Fashion model ~ GLAMOURGIRL
A51. Fashion supermodel ~ GLAMOURGIRL
A51. Fashionista ~ GLAMOURGIRL
A58. Suffix with señor ~ ITA
A58. "Let's call ___ day" ~ ITA
A58. Victorian or Edwardian, e.g. ~ ERA
A59. White heron ~ EGRET
A59. White-plumed wading bird ~ EGRET
A59. Midwestern state denizen ~ IOWAN
A60. Astronomical flare-ups ~ NOVAE
A60. Astronomical flare-ups ~ NOVAE
A60. Like some pressure or criticism ~ UNDUE
A61. Perfection indicator ~ TEN
A61. Numerical perfection indicator ~ TEN
A61. Wolf pup's home ~ DEN
A62. Descartes and Magritte ~ RENES
A62. Descartes and Russo ~ RENES
A62. ". . . with ___ in sight" ~ NOEND
A63. Knight mare? ~ STEED
A63. Noble mount ~ STEED
A63. Pondered ~ MUSED
D1. Type of tank ~ GAS
D1. Type of tank ~ GAS
D1. Sure-footed mammal ~ ASS
D2. You may want to get a lode of this ~ ORE
D2. You may want to get a lode of this ~ ORE
D2. Womanly pronoun ~ SHE
D3. WWW address ~ URL
D3. One may be bookmarked by a browser ~ URL
D3. "Do the Right Thing" character ~ SAL
D4. Flying Brits ~ RAF
D4. U.K. air branch ~ RAF
D4. Shoemaker's helper, in a fairy tale ~ ELF
D5. More podgy ~ DUMPIER
D5. More short and stout ~ DUMPIER
D5. Service stations? ~ TEMPLES
D6. Mythological netherworld kingdom ~ HADES
D6. Mythological netherworld kingdom ~ HADES
D6. Extreme passion ~ ARDOR
D7. Be compliant ~ OBEY
D7. Old altar word ~ OBEY
D7. Riverbank sight ~ REED
D8. Vigor go-with ~ VIM
D8. Vigor go-with ~ VIM
D8. Birthstone ~ GEM
D9. Author LeShan ~ EDA
D9. Author LeShan ~ EDA
D9. Fertilizable cells ~ OVA
D10. Like some lake cabins ~ RENTALS
D10. Like some lake cabins ~ RENTALS
D10. Bowler's targets, sometimes ~ TENPINS
D11. Scapegoat ~ WHIPPINGBOY
D11. Scapegoat, e.g. ~ WHIPPINGBOY
D11. Scapegoat, e.g. ~ WHIPPINGBOY
D12. Daises ~ PODIA
D12. Lecture hall platforms ~ PODIA
D12. Hearing-based ~ AURAL
D13. Embellish ~ ADORN
D13. Embellish ~ ADORN
D13. Honking flock ~ GEESE
D18. Son of Hera ~ ARES
D18. Mars to the Greeks ~ ARES
D18. Avoiding the draft? ~ ALEE
D22. Flap ~ ADO
D22. "Much ___ About Nothing" ~ ADO
D22. Jane Goodall subject ~ APE
D23. Scruggs' instrument ~ BANJO
D23. Scruggs' instrument ~ BANJO
D23. "Friday the 13th" villain ~ JASON
D24. Abhorrence ~ ODIUM
D24. Abhorrence ~ ODIUM
D24. Classical lyric poem ~ EPODE
D25. Superheroine ~ WONDERWOMAN
D25. Lynda Carter role ~ WONDERWOMAN
D25. Lynda Carter role ~ WONDERWOMAN
D26. One may undergo surgery ~ TREE
D26. ___ toad (kind of frog) ~ TREE
D26. See 9-Down ~ EGGS
D27. Long-extinct birds ~ DODOS
D27. Geniuses they're not ~ DODOS
D27. Liberty Bell feature ~ CRACK
D28. Type of sch. ~ ELEM
D28. Type of sch. ~ ELEM
D28. Artful dodge ~ RUSE
D30. Prepared apples for pie ~ PARED
D30. Prepared apples for pie, e.g. ~ PARED
D30. Say without thinking (with "out") ~ BLURT
D32. Richard Burton's homeland ~ WALES
D32. Richard Burton's homeland ~ WALES
D32. Author of "The Red Badge of Courage" ~ CRANE
D34. Nearby objects ~ THESE
D34. Not those ~ THESE
D34. ___ how-do-you-do ~ AFINE
D35. Alan and Nathan ~ HALES
D35. Barbara, Alan and Nathan ~ HALES
D35. Like some exclusive communities ~ GATED
D37. Word with business or playing ~ CARD
D37. Word with business or playing ~ CARD
D37. Now's companion ~ THEN
D38. River flowing to the Rhine ~ AARE
D38. River to the Rhine ~ AARE
D38. First word of Virgil's "Aeneid," in Latin ~ ARMA
D40. Brightly colored bird ~ TANAGER
D40. Forest bird ~ TANAGER
D40. Liqueur in a fizz ~ SLOEGIN
D41. Contemporary people ~ MODERNS
D41. Neoterics ~ MODERNS
D41. Crude container ~ OILDRUM
D43. Certain cartel's concern ~ OIL
D43. Standard product? ~ OIL
D43. Go out, like the tide ~ EBB
D44. Remote button ~ MENU
D44. DVD remote button ~ MENU
D44. NFL linebacker Junior ~ SEAU
D45. Got the pilot light working again ~ RELIT
D45. Switched on again, as a pilot light ~ RELIT
D45. World-weary ~ JADED
D46. Related on the mother's side ~ ENATE
D46. Related on the mother's side ~ ENATE
D46. Find irresistible ~ ADORE
D47. Genealogy ~ ROOTS
D47. Genealogy ~ ROOTS
D47. Dye-job option ~ BLOND
D49. Captain Hook's aide ~ SMEE
D49. Captain Hook's aide ~ SMEE
D49. FBI employee, slangily ~ GMAN
D52. T-shirt size ~ LGE
D52. T-shirt size, briefly ~ LGE
D52. Place that British women can't stand going? ~ LOO
D53. Prince Valiant's son ~ ARN
D53. Prince Valiant's son ~ ARN
D53. Wonder ~ AWE
D54. Landed ~ GOT
D54. Inherited ~ GOT
D54. "New" homophone ~ GNU
D55. "_____ got it" (outfielder's call) ~ IVE
D55. "___ Got a Secret" ~ IVE
D55. Admission requirements, perhaps ~ IDS
D56. Actress Charlotte ~ RAE
D56. Actress Charlotte ~ RAE
D56. Be contrite about ~ RUE
D57. Commanded ~ LED
D57. Commanded ~ LED
D57. Commanded ~ LED

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