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  • Title: "COURTING SUCCESS" (OCTOBER 02, 2001)
  • Author: By Diane Epperson
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  • Title: GOING TO COURT
  • Author: By Thomas Hollingsworth / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: IN YOUR COURT
  • Author: By Henry Quarters / Timothy Parker
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A1. Natural table ~ MESA
A1. Flat-topped elevation ~ MESA
A1. Mass transit mode ~ RAIL
A5. Final songs ~ SWANS
A5. Gifts in a Christmas carol ~ SWANS
A5. "Friends in Low Places" singer Brooks ~ GARTH
A10. Savoir-faire ~ TACT
A10. Savoir-faire ~ TACT
A10. Poker variety ~ STUD
A14. Farm team ~ OXEN
A14. Farm team ~ OXEN
A14. Area of a church ~ APSE
A15. Creed component ~ TENET
A15. Creed component ~ TENET
A15. Animal followed by a tickbird ~ RHINO
A16. Incomplete COURT game? ~ ALAI
A16. Jai ___ ~ ALAI
A16. "Comin' ___ the Rye" ~ THRO
A17. COURT ~ PALACEENTOURAGE
A17. Court ~ PALACEENTOURAGE
A17. Court ~ PALACEENTOURAGE
A20. Street in a horror film ~ ELM
A20. Street in a horror film ~ ELM
A20. You may break it with guests ~ ICE
A21. Mother of Helen of Troy ~ LEDA
A21. Mother of Helen of Troy ~ LEDA
A21. Be in command ~ LEAD
A22. Genetic duplicates ~ CLONES
A22. Genetic duplicates ~ CLONES
A22. Units of currency in Denmark ~ KRONER
A23. Like a mansion ~ STATELY
A23. Like a mansion ~ STATELY
A23. Rappel down ~ DESCEND
A25. Card game ~ SKAT
A25. It requires 32 cards ~ SKAT
A25. Attention-getting sound ~ SNAP
A26. Word in the MGM motto ~ ARS
A26. Word in the MGM motto ~ ARS
A26. "Fail" finish ~ URE
A27. "Wee Geordie" family ~ CLAN
A27. The Hatfields, e.g. ~ CLAN
A27. Trade requirement? ~ TOOL
A28. "What _____, chopped liver?" ~ AMI
A28. "What ___, chopped liver?" ~ AMI
A28. Wander (about) ~ GAD
A31. Low-tech calculators ~ ABACI
A31. Low-tech calculators ~ ABACI
A31. "I was away on business," e.g. ~ ALIBI
A34. Honey of a wine ~ MEAD
A34. Honey of a wine ~ MEAD
A34. ___ ex machina ~ DEUS
A35. Type of man or horse ~ IRON
A35. Type of man or horse ~ IRON
A35. Ship that voyaged to Colchis ~ ARGO
A36. COURT ~ JUDICIALSESSION
A36. Court ~ JUDICIALSESSION
A36. Court ~ JUDICIALSESSION
A39. "I smell _____!" ~ ARAT
A39. "I smell ___!" ~ ARAT
A39. Withhold evidence, e.g. ~ ABET
A40. Subject for Bulfinch ~ MYTH
A40. Traditional story ~ MYTH
A40. 1,609 meters ~ MILE
A41. One-time rulers ~ TSARS
A41. One-time rulers ~ TSARS
A41. Be contingent ~ HINGE
A42. 33-1/3, 45 or 78 ~ RPM
A42. Tach reading ~ RPM
A42. Sleep lab acronym ~ REM
A43. Jacuzzis ~ SPAS
A43. Jacuzzi tubs, e.g. ~ SPAS
A43. Surprisingly limber ~ SPRY
A44. Little, in Lille ~ PEU
A44. Romanian money ~ LEU
A44. Went into seclusion ~ HID
A45. Average, to a statistician ~ MEAN
A45. Like the Grinch ~ MEAN
A45. Flat-bottomed rowboat ~ DORY
A46. Panacea ~ CUREALL
A46. Legendary siren ~ LORELEI
A46. Alcove near the kitchen ~ DINETTE
A50. "Hang your head" and "eating crow" ~ IDIOMS
A50. "Eat crow" and "talk turkey" ~ IDIOMS
A50. Acid neutralizer ~ ALKALI
A53. Forceful outburst ~ GALE
A53. One and only ~ SOLE
A53. A lily's cover? ~ GILT
A54. Paris street ~ RUE
A54. UK reference book ~ OED
A54. Be bedridden ~ AIL
A55. COURT ~ TENNISENCLOSURE
A55. Court ~ TENNISENCLOSURE
A55. Court ~ TENNISENCLOSURE
A58. Author Wiesel ~ ELIE
A58. Author Wiesel ~ ELIE
A58. S-shaped molding ~ OGEE
A59. Muse with a lyre ~ ERATO
A59. Summon up ~ EVOKE
A59. Address Congress ~ ORATE
A60. Footnote abbreviation ~ IBID
A60. Where most people are ~ ASIA
A60. Fuel cartel's letters ~ OPEC
A61. Fly catcher ~ MITT
A61. Fly catcher ~ MITT
A61. Stalag inmates ~ POWS
A62. Subbed with the band ~ SATIN
A62. Used a needle ~ SEWED
A62. Related to birth ~ NATAL
A63. Bruise preventers ~ PADS
A63. Hair salons stock them ~ DYES
A63. Treetop pad ~ NEST
D1. Wears a long face ~ MOPES
D1. Wears a long face ~ MOPES
D1. Fast ~ RAPID
D2. Raise in status ~ EXALT
D2. Glorify ~ EXALT
D2. At great speed ~ APACE
D3. Bart Simpson's aunt ~ SELMA
D3. Bart Simpson's aunt ~ SELMA
D3. Archipelago's makeup ~ ISLES
D4. Collected sayings ~ ANA
D4. Collected sayings, e.g. ~ ANA
D4. Where the buffalo roam ~ LEA
D5. Braces against ~ STEELS
D5. Braces against ~ STEELS
D5. "Bonanza" star ~ GREENE
D6. Like an untended garden ~ WEEDY
D6. Like an untended garden ~ WEEDY
D6. In the first place? ~ AHEAD
D7. O'Neill's "_____ Christie" ~ ANNA
D7. She taught in Siam ~ ANNA
D7. Cheese exterior ~ RIND
D8. Snood ~ NET
D8. Place to surf without a board ~ NET
D8. Major downer? ~ TNT
D9. One place for prisoners ~ STOCKADE
D9. One place for prisoners ~ STOCKADE
D9. Curved proboscis ~ HOOKNOSE
D10. Pack to the future? ~ TAROT
D10. Divination deck ~ TAROT
D10. Tonsorial accessory ~ STROP
D11. King of the entertainment field ~ ALAN
D11. King of the entertainment field ~ ALAN
D11. When compared to ~ THAN
D12. Pet store purchase ~ CAGE
D12. Pet store purchase, perhaps ~ CAGE
D12. Advise strongly ~ URGE
D13. Fashions a sheepshank ~ TIES
D13. Many are purchased in June ~ TIES
D13. Action-oriented type ~ DOER
D18. Parson ~ CLERIC
D18. Parson, e.g. ~ CLERIC
D18. Parson ~ CLERIC
D19. _____ Bator, Mongolian capital ~ ULAN
D19. ___ Bator, Mongolian capital ~ ULAN
D19. 1,500-mile Russian chain ~ URAL
D24. Implied ~ TACIT
D24. Implied ~ TACIT
D24. One of 300 in the length of Noah's ark ~ CUBIT
D25. Cut with sweeping strokes ~ SLASH
D25. Cut with sweeping strokes ~ SLASH
D25. Far from a casual drinker ~ SOUSE
D27. Occupiers of Britain and Spain in pre-Roman times ~ CELTS
D27. Occupiers of Britain and Spain in pre-Roman times ~ CELTS
D27. Actor Savalas ~ TELLY
D28. Fat lady's song, perhaps ~ ARIA
D28. Diva's showcase ~ ARIA
D28. "You got me!" look ~ GRIN
D29. N. African Muslim ~ MOOR
D29. Certain North African Muslim ~ MOOR
D29. Wide-eyed with expectation ~ AGOG
D30. Travel stops ~ INNS
D30. Rural lodges ~ INNS
D30. Crossed off, as a chore ~ DONE
D31. Cracked a bit ~ AJAR
D31. Cracked a bit ~ AJAR
D31. Admitting peek traffic? ~ AJAR
D32. After-dinner faux pas ~ BURP
D32. After-dinner faux pas ~ BURP
D32. Grease monkey's task ~ LUBE
D33. First of all? ~ ADAM
D33. First of all? ~ ADAM
D33. "Ditto," in footnotes ~ IDEM
D34. Itzamna worshiper ~ MAYAN
D34. Mexican native, perhaps ~ MAYAN
D34. Milking machine milieu ~ DAIRY
D35. Progeny ~ ISSUE
D35. Come forth ~ ISSUE
D35. Thespian's whisper ~ ASIDE
D37. Dead ends ~ IMPASSES
D37. Dead ends ~ IMPASSES
D37. Detain ~ IMPRISON
D38. Typical introduction? ~ STEREO
D38. Sound system ~ STEREO
D38. Japanese faith ~ SHINTO
D43. Automatic starter? ~ SEMI
D43. Automatic starter? ~ SEMI
D43. Things one sings? ~ SOLI
D44. Type of sweater ~ PULLON
D44. Dawdled ~ LOLLED
D44. Ancient Jewish rabbi ~ HILLEL
D45. "Woman With a Parasol" painter ~ MONET
D45. Haystacks painter ~ MONET
D45. Claire in "The Rainmaker" ~ DANES
D46. Cholla and peyote ~ CACTI
D46. "The Gauntlet" actress, 1977 ~ LOCKE
D46. Official pronouncements ~ DICTA
D47. Westernmost of the Lesser Antilles ~ ARUBA
D47. Wretchedly bad ~ LOUSY
D47. Neutral shade, as for hosiery ~ TAUPE
D48. Type of details, oh my! ~ LURID
D48. Like a Stephen King story ~ EERIE
D48. They thrive on inflation ~ TIRES
D49. Yorkshire's largest city ~ LEEDS
D49. Brainstorm results, sometimes ~ IDEAS
D49. Super Tuesday word ~ ELECT
D50. News dispatch ~ ITEM
D50. News dispatch ~ ITEM
D50. "Runs like ___" (sales pitch for a used car) ~ ATOP
D51. Kind of loaf ~ DELI
D51. Kind of loaf ~ DELI
D51. Block brand ~ LEGO
D52. Monogram part (Abbr.) ~ INIT
D52. "What's ___ for me?" ~ INIT
D52. Had inside information ~ KNEW
D53. Small buzzer ~ GNAT
D53. Winter fall ~ SNOW
D53. Biting midge ~ GNAT
D56. Chronological division ~ ERA
D56. Nervous time, maybe ~ EVE
D56. Timeline division ~ ERA
D57. Spoonful ~ SIP
D57. Sorrowful ~ SAD
D57. "Dombey and ___" (Dickens novel) ~ SON

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