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  • Title: "TAKE THE DAY OFF!" (NOVEMBER 19, 1999)
  • Author: By James R. Richardson
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  • Title: TAKE THE DAY OFF
  • Author: By Kenneth Holt
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A1. Part of a digital watch display ~ COLON
A1. : ~ COLON
A6. Part of a football shoe ~ CLEAT
A6. Part of a football shoe ~ CLEAT
A11. What it takes to tango ~ TWO
A11. What it takes to tango ~ TWO
A14. "There _____ losers..." ~ ARENO
A14. "There ___ atheists in foxholes" ~ ARENO
A15. Don, who would "tell 'em what they won" ~ PARDO
A15. Don who would "tell 'em what they won" ~ PARDO
A16. L.B.J.'s veep ~ HHH
A16. LBJ's veep ~ HHH
A17. Frankenheimer classic thriller sans 24 hours? ~ SEVENSINMAY
A17. Frankenheimer classic thriller sans 24 hours? ~ SEVENSINMAY
A19. "_____ a Rock" ~ IAM
A19. ". . . think, therefore ___" ~ IAM
A20. Place to dine with the French president ~ ELYSEE
A20. Place to dine with the French president ~ ELYSEE
A21. They write one-liners ~ GAGSTERS
A21. They write one-liners ~ GAGSTERS
A23. Barney fans ~ TOTS
A23. Little tykes ~ TOTS
A25. "Knock _____!" ~ ITOFF
A25. "Knock ___" ("Quit that!") ~ ITOFF
A26. Al Pacino drama sans 24 hours? ~ DOGAFTERNOON
A26. Al Pacino drama sans 24 hours? ~ DOGAFTERNOON
A31. Swear up and down ~ AVER
A31. Takeoff artist ~ APER
A32. Zeno's home ~ ELEA
A32. Zeno's home ~ ELEA
A33. Gets a return ~ REAPS
A33. Ole Miss student ~ REBEL
A37. Make imperfect ~ MAR
A37. Bleacher creature ~ FAN
A38. To a large degree ~ GREATLY
A38. In a big way ~ GREATLY
A40. Nobel-winning U.N. agency ~ ILO
A40. "Much ___ About Nothing" ~ ADO
A41. Patsy for Bugs ~ ELMER
A41. Belonging to others ~ THEIR
A43. Early third century date ~ CCII
A43. 202, classically ~ CCII
A44. Schoenberg opera "Moses und _____" ~ ARON
A44. Jason's ship, in myth ~ ARGO
A45. TV series hosted by Ronald Reagan sans 24 hours? ~ DEATHVALLEYS
A45. Western TV series sans 24 hours? ~ DEATHVALLEYS
A48. Type of attraction ~ ADDED
A48. War horse ~ STEED
A50. Hydroxyl compound ~ ENOL
A50. Hydroxyl compound ~ ENOL
A51. Previn and Bernstein ~ MAESTROS
A51. Baton wavers ~ MAESTROS
A54. Oak products ~ ACORNS
A54. Oak products ~ ACORNS
A58. Son of Prince Valiant ~ ARN
A58. "A Nightmare on ___ Street" ~ ELM
A59. Beatles' hit sans 24 hours? ~ EIGHTSAWEEK
A59. Beatles hit sans 24 hours? ~ EIGHTSAWEEK
A61. Bunk ~ ROT
A61. Drink from a dish ~ LAP
A62. Wheezy chest sounds ~ RALES
A62. Wheezy chest sounds ~ RALES
A63. Café con _____ (coffee with milk) ~ LECHE
A63. Cafe con ___ (coffee with milk) ~ LECHE
A64. Johnny has two ~ ENS
A64. Banned pesticide ~ DDT
A65. Kind of preview ~ SNEAK
A65. Kind of preview ~ SNEAK
A66. Haskell in "Leave it to Beaver" ~ EDDIE
A66. Dog on "Frasier" ~ EDDIE
D1. Beer buy ~ CASE
D1. Beer buy ~ CASE
D2. City on the Oka ~ OREL
D2. City near Moscow ~ OREL
D3. IRS collection option ~ LEVY
D3. IRS collection option ~ LEVY
D4. Like a brigadier general ~ ONESTAR
D4. Like a brigadier general ~ ONESTAR
D5. Words before "the above" ~ NONEOF
D5. ___ the above ~ NONEOF
D6. Cost-of-living stat ~ CPI
D6. Cost-of-living stat ~ CPI
D7. Singer k.d. ~ LANG
D7. Singer k.d. ~ LANG
D8. Columnist Bombeck ~ ERMA
D8. Memorable columnist Bombeck ~ ERMA
D9. Slow ballet dance ~ ADAGIO
D9. Slow ballet dance ~ ADAGIO
D10. Film where Tom Hanks is heard but not seen ~ TOYSTORY
D10. Film with Tom Hanks' voice ~ TOYSTORY
D11. One available for the taking? ~ THIEF
D11. One available for the taking? ~ THIEF
D12. Landing place ~ WHARF
D12. Landing place ~ WHARF
D13. "Law" of current flow ~ OHMS
D13. Law of current flow ~ OHMS
D18. Certain volleyball player ~ SETTER
D18. Certain volleyball player ~ SETTER
D22. Vocal inflection ~ TONE
D22. Vocal inflection ~ TONE
D24. Blue-ribbon ~ SELECT
D24. Choose ~ SELECT
D26. What there's nothing like? ~ DAME
D26. Batty ~ DAFT
D27. Out-of-round ~ OVAL
D27. Vividly colored aquarium fish ~ OPAH
D28. Disinfectant's target ~ GERM
D28. Characteristic carrier ~ GENE
D29. Bandit's command ~ REACH
D29. It's measured on a boxer ~ REACH
D30. Type of American ~ NATIVE
D30. Type of American ~ NATIVE
D34. Yorkshire river ~ AIRE
D34. In one's birthday suit ~ BARE
D35. Tactical maneuver ~ PLOY
D35. Nervous ~ EDGY
D36. #1 and #2 to Charlie Chan ~ SONS
D36. British bathrooms ~ LOOS
D38. Some Wal-Mart employees ~ GREETERS
D38. Some Wal-Mart employees ~ GREETERS
D39. Climbing vines ~ LIANAS
D39. Climbing vines ~ LIANAS
D42. Byrnes and Roush ~ EDDS
D42. Bad day for Caesar ~ IDES
D44. Took into account ~ ALLOWED
D44. Permitted ~ ALLOWED
D46. Name of six popes ~ ADRIAN
D46. Monk of TV sleuthing ~ ADRIAN
D47. Scene of any event ~ LOCALE
D47. Scene of any event ~ LOCALE
D48. His homerun record still stands ~ AARON
D48. "Rabbit food" ~ SALAD
D49. Small starts ~ DENTS
D49. Offer a bad choice to ~ TEMPT
D51. A possible end to night ~ MARE
D51. Blend ~ MELD
D52. What some beach loungers do ~ OGLE
D52. Leer ~ OGLE
D53. 1969 World Series stadium ~ SHEA
D53. The Mets once played there ~ SHEA
D55. Shipping dept. stamp ~ RECD
D55. Shipping dept. stamp ~ RECD
D56. Classic soda ~ NEHI
D56. Classic soda ~ NEHI
D57. ___-Ball ~ SKEE
D57. ___-Ball (carnival game) ~ SKEE
D60. "For shame!" ~ TSK
D60. "For shame!" ~ TSK

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