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  • Title: "DAIRY-FREE ZONE" (JUNE 14, 2000)
  • Author: By Elizabeth C. Gorski
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  • Title: "DAIRY DELIVERY" (MARCH 20, 2005)
  • Author: By Elizabeth C. Gorski
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  • Title: DAIRY SECTION
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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A1. It flows past Florence ~ ARNO
A1. River through Pisa ~ ARNO
A1. Bunnies under the bed ~ DUST
A5. Puget Sound, for one ~ INLET
A5. Puget Sound, for one ~ INLET
A5. Better suited to the occasion ~ APTER
A10. Single-named supermodel ~ IMAN
A10. David Bowie's wife ~ IMAN
A10. East Asian nursemaid ~ AMAH
A14. Line feeder ~ CUER
A14. Fed lines ~ CUED
A14. "Going ___ . . ." (auction phrase) ~ ONCE
A15. Dough ~ MOOLA
A15. Dough ~ MOOLA
A15. Sao ___, Brazil ~ PAULO
A16. Venus de _____ ~ MILO
A16. Venus de ___ ~ MILO
A16. Hard drive item ~ FILE
A17. Timid types ~ CREAMPUFFS
A17. Timid types ~ CREAMPUFFS
A17. Weakling's desserts? ~ CREAMPUFFS
A19. Toast topping ~ OLEO
A19. Toast topping ~ OLEO
A19. Abominable hopper ~ FLEA
A20. Little Lincoln ~ TAD
A20. Little Lincoln ~ TAD
A20. All in the family ~ KIN
A21. Classic TV's Bee, for one ~ AUNT
A21. Bee of classic TV ~ AUNT
A21. Company of characters ~ CAST
A22. Play Mr. Fix-It ~ TINKER
A22. Play Mr. Fix-It ~ TINKER
A22. Conjurer ~ EVOKER
A24. Rebuffs ~ SLIGHTS
A24. Rebuffs ~ SLIGHTS
A24. Bit of color ~ SPECKLE
A26. Jacket fabric ~ DENIM
A26. Jacket fabric ~ DENIM
A26. Insincere flattery ~ SMARM
A27. "Norma _____" ~ RAE
A27. Sally Field role ~ RAE
A27. "Shallow ___" (2001 Jack Black movie) ~ HAL
A28. Whiner's tale ~ SOBSTORY
A28. Whiner's tale ~ SOBSTORY
A28. Impasse ~ STANDOFF
A31. Sally Field title role ~ SYBIL
A31. Sally Field role ~ SYBIL
A31. Westminster attraction ~ ABBEY
A34. Concert pianist Radu ~ LUPU
A34. Concert pianist Radu ~ LUPU
A34. Have a belly laugh ~ ROAR
A35. "Born" literally ~ NEE
A35. Word before an old name ~ NEE
A35. "Neither a borrower ___ . . ." ~ NOR
A36. Gimcrack ~ LOUD
A36. Gimcrack ~ LOUD
A36. Bummed out ~ GLUM
A37. Clocked ~ TIMED
A37. Clocked ~ TIMED
A37. Actor Savalas ~ TELLY
A38. Legendary Miss Horne ~ LENA
A38. Legendary Ms. Horne ~ LENA
A38. All dried out ~ SERE
A39. FBI operative ~ AGT
A39. FBI operative ~ AGT
A39. "Miss Saigon" abode ~ HUT
A40. Big name in Cognac ~ REMY
A40. Big name in Cognac ~ REMY
A40. "Must-see" review ~ RAVE
A41. "Shaft" singer ~ HAYES
A41. "Shaft" singer ~ HAYES
A41. Gum, for some? ~ RHYME
A42. Carrot nutrient ~ VITAMINA
A42. Carrot nutrient ~ VITAMINA
A42. Clever trick ~ ARTIFICE
A45. Tape player port ~ MIC
A45. Tape player port ~ MIC
A45. Nineteenth Greek letter ~ TAU
A46. Clapton and Roberts ~ ERICS
A46. Clapton and Roberts ~ ERICS
A46. Government proclamation ~ EDICT
A47. Portal ~ GATEWAY
A47. Portal ~ GATEWAY
A47. Oklahoma's time zone ~ CENTRAL
A51. Satirical piece ~ PARODY
A51. Satirical piece ~ PARODY
A51. Almost never ~ RARELY
A53. In shape ~ TRIM
A53. In shape ~ TRIM
A53. Crow relative? ~ BRAG
A54. Movie network ~ HBO
A54. Movie network ~ HBO
A54. Nineteenth-century samurai home ~ EDO
A55. Radio type ~ AMFM
A55. Radio type ~ AMFM
A55. ___ Romeo (Italian car) ~ ALFA
A56. Certain fan in Wisconsin ~ CHEESEHEAD
A56. Certain fan in Wisconsin ~ CHEESEHEAD
A56. Certain fan in Wisconsin ~ CHEESEHEAD
A59. In song, she gets what she wants ~ LOLA
A59. In song, she gets what she wants ~ LOLA
A59. Fish's breathing apparatus ~ GILL
A60. Prefix meaning "milk" ~ LACTO
A60. Prefix meaning the first word of 11-Down ~ LACTO
A60. Actress Lenya ~ LOTTE
A61. Comic Johnson ~ ARTE
A61. Comic Johnson ~ ARTE
A61. Spot for a daredevil ~ EDGE
A62. "The _____ the limit!" ~ SKYS
A62. "The ___ the limit!" ~ SKYS
A62. Verb for Simon ~ SAYS
A63. Historic Allen ~ ETHAN
A63. Historic Allen ~ ETHAN
A63. "I Love Lucy" name ~ ETHEL
A64. It's always underfoot ~ HEEL
A64. It's always underfoot ~ HEEL
A64. Pumpernickel alternatives ~ RYES
D1. Part of IRAs ~ ACCTS
D1. Some are FDIC insured ~ ACCTS
D1. Bon-voyage party places ~ DOCKS
D2. Country ~ RURAL
D2. Country ~ RURAL
D2. Detach by tearing ~ UNRIP
D3. "_____ say more?" ~ NEEDI
D3. "___ say more?" ~ NEEDI
D3. Embarrassing display ~ SCENE
D4. Early English coin ~ ORA
D4. Eunuch's charge ~ ODA
D4. 1773 jetsam in Boston Harbor ~ TEA
D5. Ascribe ~ IMPUTE
D5. Ascribe ~ IMPUTE
D5. Fill with consternation ~ APPALL
D6. Grammar book chapter ~ NOUNS
D6. Grammar book topics ~ NOUNS
D6. Play button's alternate function, often ~ PAUSE
D7. Converted apartment ~ LOFT
D7. Converted apartment ~ LOFT
D7. Cluster, as of feathers ~ TUFT
D8. Diminutive seasonal helper ~ ELF
D8. Diminutive seasonal helper ~ ELF
D8. Yuletide worker ~ ELF
D9. It's sensational? ~ TASTEBUD
D9. It's sensational? ~ TASTEBUD
D9. Parsley, sage and thyme partner ~ ROSEMARY
D10. Words from a can-do worker ~ IMONIT
D10. Words from a can-do worker ~ IMONIT
D10. Furnish ~ AFFORD
D11. It may be in a schoolchild's pocket ~ MILKMONEY
D11. Schoolchild's change, perhaps ~ MILKMONEY
D11. Kindergarten outlay ~ MILKMONEY
D12. Sailing 101 word ~ ALEE
D12. Sailing 101 word ~ ALEE
D12. Away from aweather ~ ALEE
D13. Hussein's widow ~ NOOR
D13. Jordanian queen ~ NOOR
D13. Take testimony from ~ HEAR
D18. Taj follower ~ MAHAL
D18. Taj follower ~ MAHAL
D18. Jim of "ABC's Wide World of Sports" ~ MCKAY
D23. Partner of outs ~ INS
D23. Partner of outs ~ INS
D23. "Brown Eyed Girl" singer Morrison ~ VAN
D25. Crossword puzzle component ~ GRID
D25. Crossword puzzle component ~ GRID
D25. Bio relative ~ CHEM
D26. Happy's peer ~ DOPEY
D26. Happy's peer ~ DOPEY
D26. Flat, like beer ~ STALE
D28. Summary of all human knowledge ~ SUMMA
D28. Cum laude start ~ SUMMA
D28. Finish a crossword puzzle ~ SOLVE
D29. Descartes or Cassin ~ RENE
D29. Descartes or Cassin ~ RENE
D29. ". . . in no way, shape or ___" ~ FORM
D30. House votes ~ YEAS
D30. House votes ~ YEAS
D30. Not in jail ~ FREE
D31. Certain eastern European ~ SLAV
D31. Certain Eastern European ~ SLAV
D31. Muslim title of respect (Var.) ~ AGHA
D32. First name among Yankee greats ~ YOGI
D32. First name among Yankee greats ~ YOGI
D32. Foggy image ~ BLUR
D33. Madame of The Met ~ BUTTERFLY
D33. Madame of The Met ~ BUTTERFLY
D33. Madame of opera ~ BUTTERFLY
D34. Legal attachments? ~ LIENS
D34. Property restrictions ~ LIENS
D34. Acknowledge a stimulus ~ REACT
D37. Tot's transport ~ TRICYCLE
D37. Tot's transport ~ TRICYCLE
D37. First set of wheels, maybe ~ TRICYCLE
D38. Curtain fabric ~ LACE
D38. Curtain fabric ~ LACE
D38. Not ajar ~ SHUT
D41. Card player's cry ~ HITME
D41. Twenty-one player's cry ~ HITME
D41. Antelope playground? ~ RANGE
D43. Bouquets ~ AROMAS
D43. Bouquets ~ AROMAS
D43. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness ~ IDEALS
D44. Beginning of term ~ MID
D44. Term beginning ~ MID
D44. Chick-___-A (fast food chain) ~ FIL
D45. House near the Eiffel Tower ~ MAISON
D45. House near the Eiffel Tower ~ MAISON
D45. Prickly-leaved plant ~ TEASEL
D47. The Great Garbo ~ GRETA
D47. The Great Garbo ~ GRETA
D47. Center of Minoan culture ~ CRETE
D48. One of the Five W's ~ WHERE
D48. One of the Five W's ~ WHERE
D48. Like much marshland ~ REEDY
D49. Mollify ~ ABATE
D49. Mollify ~ ABATE
D49. "A neat ship is a sweet ship," e.g. ~ ADAGE
D50. Sing across the Alps ~ YODEL
D50. Sing across the Alps ~ YODEL
D50. Ore pockets ~ LODES
D51. Chums ~ PALS
D51. Chums ~ PALS
D51. "The Entertainer" and others ~ RAGS
D52. Frenziedly ~ AMOK
D52. Frenziedly ~ AMOK
D52. Et ___ (and others) ~ ALIA
D53. Stock type ~ TECH
D53. Stock type ~ TECH
D53. Alcott heroine ~ BETH
D57. Sun protection ~ HAT
D57. Sun protection ~ HAT
D57. Popular and then some ~ HOT
D58. "That's a laugh" ~ HAH
D58. "That's a laugh" ~ HAH
D58. Possessive pronoun ~ HER

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