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  • Title: "CHANGES IN THE WEATHER" (SEPTEMBER 28, 2004)
  • Author: By J.r. Richarhson
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  • Title: FORECASTING TITLES
  • Author: By Mark Slinger / Timothy Parker
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A1. What most try to get ~ AHEAD
A1. Diamond size measure ~ CARAT
A6. Sicilian resort ~ ENNA
A6. Be a brat ~ ACTUP
A10. Rich belles ~ DEBS
A11. Commencement wear ~ CAP
A14. Rare rags-to-riches route ~ LOTTO
A14. Convex molding ~ OVOLO
A15. Pull-over sites ~ ROADSIDES
A15. Clear one's throat, in a way ~ COUGH
A17. Picture featuring Clark Gable gets brisker? ~ GONEWITHTHEGUST
A16. It's a cinch in Japan ~ OBI
A19. This org. has a lot of pull ~ ADA
A17. Clark Gable film with a more lively title? ~ GONEWITHTHEGUST
A20. Sloppy one? ~ JOE
A20. Without a stitch on ~ NUDE
A21. Clicks the mouse ~ SELECTS
A21. Down-under jumpers, briefly ~ ROOS
A22. Ton lead-in ~ BON
A22. Antidrug cop ~ NARCO
A23. Apt. divisions ~ RMS
A23. Snoopy, in his fantasies ~ ACE
A24. Film co-starring Lena Horne becomes dangerous? ~ TORNADOWEATHER
A24. Ready apples for a pie ~ PARE
A32. Western lake resort ~ TAHOE
A25. Beantown ~ BOSTON
A33. New Haven collegians ~ ELIS
A26. Lover of Daphnis ~ CHLOE
A34. "___ bad boy!" (Lou Costello) ~ IMA
A28. Serpentine swimmer ~ EEL
A35. Squirrel away frequently ~ AMASS
A29. Shoo-___ ~ INS
A36. WWII vessel ~ LST
A30. Excuse ~ PRETEXT
A37. Senator Thurmond ~ STROM
A34. Pickup truck feature ~ BED
A39. Former Russian space station ~ MIR
A35. Lena Horne film with a milder title? ~ FAIRWEATHER
A40. Stimulate, as an appetite ~ WHET
A37. Nada ~ NIL
A41. Protective trenches ~ MOATS
A38. Post by plane ~ AIRMAIL
A42. Eastwood film gets heavier? ~ PLAYRAINYFORME
A39. Type of reaction ~ GUT
A46. Comic-strip shriek ~ EEK
A40. Adjective suffix ~ EST
A47. Suffix with social ~ ITE
A41. Alfresco eateries ~ CAFES
A48. Rap sheet items ~ ALIASES
A45. Access ~ ENTREE
A52. It can become bats ~ ASH
A47. Tony Shalhoub title character ~ MONK
A53. Zoo biggy ~ APE
A50. The write stuff? ~ INK
A56. MGM hit musical solidifies? ~ SINGININTHESNOW
A51. Not nearly as emotional ~ ICIER
A59. As a whole ~ INGENERAL
A52. Tin-can eater, in cartoons ~ GOAT
A60. Car wash part ~ RINSE
A53. Without duplication ~ ONCE
A61. "Happy Days Are Here Again" composer ~ AGER
A54. Classic MGM musical with a harsher title? ~ SINGININTHESNOW
A62. Thomas on ice ~ DEBI
A57. "Easy Rider" bike ~ HOG
A63. "Inside the Third Reich" writer ~ SPEER
A58. Your place or mine ~ EARTH
D1. Tiny aquatic plant ~ ALGA
A59. Blast, as a stereo ~ BLARE
D2. Major auto part ~ HOOD
A60. Undignified mount ~ ASS
D3. Volcano near Catania ~ ETNA
A61. Theme park attractions ~ RIDES
D4. "Thanks, I already ___" ~ ATE
A62. Dumb mistake ~ BONER
D5. Source of averages ~ DOWJONES
D1. After-dinner brandy ~ COGNAC
D6. Art Deco designer ~ ERTE
D2. Affirm ~ AVOUCH
D7. Classic drama of Japan ~ NOH
D3. Short poem running on two rhymes ~ RONDEL
D8. Turner and Cole ~ NATS
D4. Windward's opposite ~ ALEE
D9. Holds fast ~ ADHERES
D5. Tugboat task ~ TOW
D10. Absorb food ~ DIGEST
D6. Emmy contender ~ ACTOR
D11. Cabinet dept. ~ EDUC
D7. Silver salmon (Var.) ~ COHOE
D12. Outsmart ~ BEST
D8. Sounds of mild reproof ~ TUTS
D13. They could turn down their noses ~ SSTS
D9. "I'm not touching that!" ~ UGH
D16. City west of Montgomery ~ SELMA
D10. Cleaning chemical ~ PHENOL
D18. Macbeth's burial place ~ IONA
D11. Palace attendant ~ COURTIER
D22. Warner ___ ~ BROS
D12. Depart suspiciously ~ ABSCOND
D24. Sri Lanka native ~ TAMIL
D13. Climber's spikes ~ PITONS
D25. "Gone With the Wind" name ~ OHARA
D18. Savings vehicle, briefly ~ IRA
D26. Indian metropolis ~ DELHI
D19. Sign along an interstate ~ GAS
D27. Mary-Kate or Ashley ~ OLSEN
D24. Prefix for "scope" ~ PERI
D28. Quick with a quip ~ WITTY
D25. Siamese fighting fish ~ BETTA
D29. King of Tyre ~ HIRAM
D27. Apt name for a gemologist? ~ OPAL
D30. Be a ham ~ EMOTE
D28. Academic challenge ~ EXAM
D31. Animals with memory? ~ RAMS
D31. Backspace over ~ ERASE
D32. Pack ~ TAMP
D32. Airhead ~ TWIT
D37. Comedy brothers of TV ~ SMOTHERS
D33. Air homonym ~ EER
D38. Went like the blazes ~ TORE
D34. Olympics coach Karolyi ~ BELA
D40. Roused ~ WAKENED
D35. Tailor's tasks ~ FITTINGS
D43. Famous pilot ~ YEAGER
D36. Country bumpkin ~ HICK
D44. Varnish ingredient ~ RESIN
D37. Diplomatic representatives of popes ~ NUNCIOS
D45. Drop a line? ~ FISH
D39. Japanese serving girl ~ GEISHA
D48. Cyprus locale ~ ASIA
D40. Comparatively spooky ~ EERIER
D49. Suffix for duck ~ LING
D42. ___ haddie (smoked fish) ~ FINNAN
D50. "Come Back, Little Sheba" playwright ~ INGE
D43. Carnegie Hall cry ~ ENCORE
D51. Progenitor ~ SIRE
D44. Shish kebab holder ~ SKEWER
D52. Mythic Hun ~ ATLI
D46. "Andy Capp" cartoonist Smythe ~ REG
D53. Bancroft or Boleyn ~ ANNE
D47. "The Count of ___ Cristo" ~ MONTE
D54. It's sometimes struck ~ POSE
D48. People raise their hands for them ~ OATHS
D55. Pitcher on a basin ~ EWER
D49. Vowelless degree ~ NTH
D57. Apprehend ~ NAB
D52. Encircle with a band ~ GIRD
D58. Enjoy tea ~ SIP
D53. Capital formerly called Christiania ~ OSLO

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