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  • Title: May 29, 1997 - "Mutations"
  • Author: By Dave Tuller
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  • Author: 990702
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  • Title: Numbered Parts, 10/28/02 (Monday)
  • Author: by Robert Ward / Edited by Peter Gordon (puzzleeditor@nysun.com)
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  • Title: BODY COUNT
  • Author: By John Underwood
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  • Title: PARTS INVENTORY
  • Author: By Timothy Valet / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: Body Count
  • Author: By Damien Peterson/Edited by Mike Shenk
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A1. Money dispensers, for short ~ ATMS
A1. Play part ~ ACT
A1. "Safe!" callers ~ UMPS
A1. Start of WWII alphabet ~ ABLE
A1. Second section, perhaps ~ PARTB
A1. Egyptian slitherer ~ ASP
A5. No-nos ~ DONTS
A4. Put off ~ DEFER
A5. Old Russian rulers ~ TSARS
A5. Feels unwell ~ AILS
A6. They're nonreturnable ~ ACES
A4. Umpire's aid, in reviewing a close play ~ SLOMO
A10. Hatcher of "Lois & Clark" ~ TERI
A9. Common street name ~ MAPLE
A10. School groups, for short ~ PTAS
A9. Hiding place ~ CACHE
A10. Period in English literature ~ STOP
A9. Type of bear or vortex ~ POLAR
A14. Catcher's glove ~ MITT
A14. Fan cry ~ RAH
A14. Father ~ SIRE
A14. Beginning of the end? ~ TAIL
A14. A month abroad ~ ENERO
A14. Pivot for a pirouette ~ TOE
A15. Love, in French ~ AMOUR
A15. On one's own ~ ALONE
A15. Kate's TV friend ~ ALLIE
A15. Atahualpa, e.g. ~ INCA
A15. One on the Mohs scale ~ TALC
A15. It beats rock, but is beaten by scissors ~ PAPER
A16. "Terrible" tsar ~ IVAN
A16. Went wrong ~ ERRED
A16. Florence's river ~ ARNO
A16. James ___ Garfield ~ ABRAM
A16. Plans for retirement ~ IRAS
A16. Hold dear ~ ADORE
A17. Las Vegas machines ~ ONEARMEDBANDITS
A17. Slot machines ~ ONEARMEDBANDITS
A17. Atlantic City machines ~ ONEARMEDBANDITS
A17. Vegas thieves ~ ONEARMEDBANDITS
A17. Some gamblers' weaknesses ~ ONEARMEDBANDITS
A17. Money machines at the Mirage ~ ONEARMEDBANDITS
A20. Alienate ~ ESTRANGE
A20. Dolphin Dan ~ MARINO
A20. "___ up or shut up!" ~ PUT
A20. Down East ~ MAINE
A20. Chuck Berry title girl ~ NADINE
A20. "Back to the Future" hero ~ MARTY
A21. New ___, India ~ DELHI
A21. Peruvian peaks ~ ANDES
A21. High hairstyle ~ UPDO
A21. Expire ~ RUNOUT
A21. "Bobby" star Moore ~ DEMI
A21. Employee's reward ~ RAISE
A22. Rat in a Michael Jackson tune ~ BEN
A22. Washington follower ~ ADAMS
A22. Painter Chagall ~ MARC
A22. Wayside place ~ INN
A22. Fisherman's profit? ~ NET
A22. Sudden spasm ~ TIC
A23. U.S. military decoders ~ NSA
A23. Actor Dilon ~ MATT
A23. Seventh Greek letter ~ ETA
A23. Vitality ~ PEP
A23. Toy named after a politician ~ TEDDY
A23. Article ~ ITEM
A24. Where to take a mud bath ~ SPA
A25. "Yup" opposite ~ NOPE
A24. ___-relief ~ BAS
A26. Properly clothed ~ DECENT
A25. Presidential library contents ~ PAPERS
A24. Island nation south of Sicily ~ MALTA
A26. Govt. conspirator on "The X-Files" ~ DOD
A28. Surface-to-air missiles: Abbr. ~ SAMS
A25. Crystal-filled stone ~ GEODE
A29. Perry Mason preoccupation ~ CASE
A27. Authorizations ~ OKS
A25. Lucy's husband ~ DESI
A27. Avis competitor ~ ALAMO
A29. Stroke lovingly ~ CARESS
A28. Connection ~ NEXUS
A31. Lake haze ~ MIST
A30. Overseas approval ~ OUI
A26. Ungentlemanly fellow ~ CAD
A29. Hide's partner ~ SEEK
A31. Revolt leader Turner ~ NAT
A30. Cul-de-___ ~ SAC
A34. Redwood, for one ~ TREE
A31. Easily cleaved mineral ~ MICA
A27. Dieter's no-no ~ FAT
A30. "Bravo!" to a bullfighter ~ OLE
A32. Ferris wheel locales ~ FAIRS
A33. Scanty ~ SLIM
A35. Prestigious prize winner ~ NOBELIST
A32. "Good for what ___ ya" ~ AILS
A28. Showed a second time ~ RERAN
A31. Title for a cop ~ OFFICER
A34. "La Boheme," for example ~ OPERA
A34. Like the mattress in a sofabed, when not in use ~ FOLDEDUP
A39. Euripides title character ~ ION
A34. Type of cracker ~ SODA
A29. Mousy ~ TIMID
A34. Bambi, for example ~ DEER
A36. Untrustworthy types ~ TWOFACEDLIARS
A38. Make a choice ~ OPT
A40. Garbo's last film ~ TWOFACEDWOMAN
A36. Past perturbed ~ IRATE
A31. Home of Bilbo and Frodo ~ BAGEND
A35. People who can't be trusted ~ TWOFACEDLIARS
A40. "___ or When" ~ WHERE
A39. Untrustworthy types ~ TWOFACEDLIARS
A43. Lead-in to Na Na ~ SHA
A40. Sideshow attraction, perhaps ~ TWOHEADEDANIMAL
A32. Duplicitous scoundrels ~ TWOFACEDLIARS
A38. Lurch ~ SWAG
A41. Approaches ~ NEARS
A42. "___ we there yet?" ~ ARE
A44. Gratuitous handouts: var. ~ FREEBEES
A43. Take a stand without standing ~ SITIN
A35. Banana Republic buys ~ SHIRTS
A39. Give approval ~ CONSENT
A42. Towel word ~ HIS
A43. Pace ~ FOOTSTEP
A45. PC board features ~ KEYS
A44. Lambs' ma'ams ~ EWES
A36. Jupiter has 67 ~ MOONS
A40. Word seen on towels ~ HIS
A43. More lean and sinewy ~ WIRIER
A44. Future tulip ~ BULB
A47. ___ Row ~ SKID
A45. Canine attack commands ~ SICS
A37. Not carefully considered ~ HASTY
A41. Left ~ WENT
A46. Pencil points ~ TIPS
A46. ___-Caps (concession stand candy) ~ SNO
A48. Fork part ~ TINE
A46. TiVo forerunners ~ VCRS
A38. Slinky or Mr. Potato Head ~ TOY
A42. Concerned person ~ CARER
A50. Not fooled by ~ ONTO
A47. Continental coins ~ EUROS
A52. Contaminate ~ INFECT
A48. Barflys' blues ~ DTS
A39. ___ polloi ~ HOI
A46. UFO pilots ~ ETS
A52. Winter mos. ~ DECS
A51. Yo-Yo Ma's instrument ~ CELLO
A55. One of the Kennedys ~ TED
A50. One not invited to a stag party? ~ DOE
A42. Suffix for disk or towel ~ ETTE
A47. "Live from New York, ___ Saturday Night!" ~ ITS
A53. Send, as money ~ REMIT
A53. Bale contents ~ HAY
A57. Zilch ~ NIL
A51. Art of dwarfing plants ~ BONSAI
A43. Prepare to shower ~ STRIP
A48. Morse code word ~ DAH
A54. Montreal baseball team ~ EXPOS
A55. Juan's gold ~ ORO
A58. Become a celeb ~ ARRIVE
A54. Subjects for searching or saving ~ SOULS
A46. Cavalry post ~ FORT
A50. Source of many metals ~ ORE
A56. "The Prince and the ___" ~ PAUPER
A56. Some domestic beers, for short ~ BUDS
A61. Trod the boards ~ ACTED
A56. ". . . one leg ___ time" ~ ATA
A47. Trump guaranteed to win ~ ACE
A51. Oak nut ~ ACORN
A57. Running contest with partners tied ~ THREELEGGEDRACE
A58. Dubliner's country ~ EIRE
A63. County fair event ~ THREELEGGEDRACE
A57. Draped garment ~ SARI
A48. County north of San Francisco ~ MARIN
A53. Partied hearty ~ TOREITUP
A61. Nairobi is its capital ~ KENYA
A59. Paving goo ~ TAR
A67. Some early years ~ TEENS
A59. Clasp worn by men ~ TIEBAR
A49. Tiny amounts ~ IOTAS
A55. Picnic event ~ THREELEGGEDRACE
A62. Santa ___ Park: racetrack ~ ANITA
A60. Company picnic contest, often ~ THREELEGGEDRACE
A68. The I's have them ~ EGOS
A63. Company picnic contest, often ~ THREELEGGEDRACE
A50. Popular picnic contest ~ THREELEGGEDRACE
A58. Bunch of cattle ~ HERD
A63. Director Spike ~ LEE
A64. Tints ~ HUES
A69. Luau instruments ~ UKES
A66. Non-bleeped expletive ~ HECK
A53. Bank robbery ~ HEIST
A59. Cuts hair slightly ~ TRIMS
A64. Beginning ~ ONSET
A65. Hilo hello ~ ALOHA
A70. Harps predecessors ~ LYRES
A67. 1996 Emmy winner Daly ~ TYNE
A54. Higher in rank ~ ABOVE
A60. "___ girl!" (words of encouragement) ~ ATTA
A65. He works on pianos ~ TUNER
A66. Web addresses: Abbr. ~ URLS
A71. Invitation initials ~ RSVP
A68. Bottled water from France ~ EVIAN
A55. Feeling poorly ~ ILL
A61. Ice cream brand ~ EDYS
A66. Mind reading ~ ESP
A67. Swirl ~ EDDY
A72. Gusto ~ ZEST
A69. Irish language ~ ERSE
A56. Get the lead out? ~ ERASE
A62. Prepare meat for healthy cooking ~ DEFAT
D1. Kitchen scents ~ AROMAS
A68. Greenish-yellow pears ~ BOSCS
D1. Submarine type ~ ATOMIC
A70. ___ buco (Italian veal dish) ~ OSSO
A57. Units of force ~ DYNES
A63. Home for hatchlings ~ NEST
D2. North American country ~ CANADA
A69. Putin's refusal ~ NYET
D2. Chimp favorite ~ BANANA
A71. Altercation ~ SETTO
A58. Gridiron official ~ REF
D1. Microscope organism ~ AMOEBA
D3. Aries, a.k.a.___ ~ THERAM
D1. Annual NYC-based tennis tournament ~ USOPEN
D3. 1960s protests ~ LIEINS
D1. Menial laborer ~ PEON
D1. Adjective used for really spicy buffalo wings ~ ATOMIC
D2. Christmas tree decoration ~ TINSEL
D4. Repairs socks ~ DARNS
D2. 60 seconds ~ MINUTE
D4. Impetuous ardor ~ ELAN
D2. Pulitzer winner Quindlen ~ ANNA
D2. Many a Beethoven work ~ SONATA
D3. Volcano in E. Sicily ~ MTETNA
D5. Fad doll of '96 ~ ELMO
D3. Before the government takes its bite ~ PRETAX
D5. Get in the sights ~ AIM
D3. Purchase for Kenny G ~ REED
D3. Looked intently ~ PEERED
D4. Part of Orion's belt ~ STAR
D6. Enemy ~ FOE
D4. Baltic, for one ~ SEA
D6. Completion for hero ~ INE
D4. Brown eyes or blond hair, e.g. ~ TRAIT
D4. Lively in spite of age ~ SPRY
D5. Curses ~ DAMNS
D7. Finish ~ END
D5. Seaport in west Florida ~ TAMPA
D7. USN rank ~ LCDR
D5. Legendary Wild Man's home ~ BORNEO
D5. On the ___ (fleeing) ~ LAM
D6. Last letter in the Greek alphabet ~ OMEGA
D8. Promotional offer ~ REBATE
D6. Luges ~ SLEDS
D8. "Elephant Boy" star ~ SABU
D6. Cleaned a plate ~ ATE
D6. Like a La Scala performance ~ OPERATIC
D7. Lymph ___ ~ NODE
D9. Fix ~ MEND
D7. Assassinated Italian politician Moro ~ ALDO
D9. Dugout ~ CANOE
D7. Ace of clubs? ~ CADDY
D7. Olympics award ~ MEDAL
D8. Candlestick maker's milieu, in rhyme ~ TUB
D10. Eve of "Our Miss Brooks" ~ ARDEN
D8. Make fun of ~ RIB
D10. Kidnap ~ ABDUCT
D8. River through the Czech Republic ~ ELBE
D8. Satellite's circuit ~ ORBIT
D9. Mrs. in Madrid ~ SRA
D11. Jailbird ~ PRISONER
D9. Dress line ~ SEAM
D11. Standards of judgment ~ CRITERIA
D9. Garlicky seafood dish ~ SCAMPI
D9. Window section ~ PANE
D10. Ebb, neap, high or low ~ TIDE
D12. Allow ~ LET
D10. San Diego team ~ PADRES
D12. Fedora, e.g. ~ HAT
D10. Mr. Caesar ~ SID
D10. Hardly ordinary ~ ODD
D11. Bad guy ~ EVILDOER
D13. Mag. staffers ~ EDS
D11. France's flag, e.g. ~ TRICOLOR
D13. Dorothy's aunt, et al. ~ EMS
D11. Threefold ~ TRINE
D11. Store owner's annoyance ~ LOITERER
D12. Small, dirty apartments ~ RATHOLES
D18. Points toward ~ AIMSFOR
D12. Picnic crasher ~ ANT
D18. Salesperson, briefly ~ REP
D12. Mix movie, e.g. ~ OATER
D12. Skilled tradesmen ~ ARTISANS
D13. Type of trading ~ INSIDER
D19. Tiny hill residents ~ ANTS
D13. Titanic message ~ SOS
D19. "War ___ Peace" ~ AND
D13. Sibilant attention-getters ~ PSSTS
D13. Take back, as a ruling ~ RESCIND
D18. Drove away, as trespassers ~ RANOFF
D23. Painter Chagall ~ MARC
D18. Removes, as a temporary tattoo ~ RUBSOFF
D24. Put in prison ~ EMBAR
D18. Her hair is a fright ~ MEDUSA
D18. Money machine at the bank ~ ATM
D19. Bismarck's st. ~ NDAK
D24. "___ and Old Lace" ~ ARSENIC
D19. Complain too often ~ NAG
D25. Musical works, perhaps ~ PIECES
D19. An essential vitamin ~ NIACIN
D19. "___ matter of fact..." ~ ASA
D24. Some fruit centers ~ SEEDS
D26. Golfers' goals ~ PARS
D26. Party appetizers ~ DIPS
D27. Broadway bulb ~ NEON
D24. Some electron tubes ~ DIODES
D24. Half of the "Monday, Monday" singers ~ MAMAS
D25. Celebrity hostess Mesta ~ PERLE
D27. Seventh Greek letter ~ ETA
D27. CPR performer ~ EMT
D28. Jefferson's bill ~ TEN
D26. City in which to get plastered? ~ PARIS
D25. Impressionist who painted "The Dance Class" ~ DEGAS
D28. Electronic synthesizer ~ MOOG
D29. KGB counterpart ~ CIA
D29. Saturn vehicle? ~ UFO
D30. "Drawn from Life" composer ~ ENO
D27. Appaloosa's morsels ~ OATS
D27. Bill that features Grant's portrait ~ FIFTY
D29. Trail for bloodhounds ~ SCENT
D30. Evening, in Paris ~ SOIR
D30. Take care of ~ SEETO
D32. Like a seal ~ SLEEK
D28. Down Under bird ~ KIWI
D28. Like monsoon season ~ RAINY
D32. Side ~ FACET
D33. "___ Good Men" ~ AFEW
D31. Does sum work ~ ADDS
D33. Appetizing morsel ~ TIDBIT
D29. Space on the schedule ~ SLOT
D29. Rich cake ~ TORTE
D33. Computer symbols ~ ICONS
D35. 19th C. Fr. scientist, Louis ___ ~ PASTEUR
D32. Unorthodox religious group ~ CULT
D36. Switch position ~ OFF
D31. Coped ~ MADEDO
D30. Rep.'s rival ~ DEM
D34. "Star Trek: The Next Generation" android ~ DATA
D36. Slender ~ THIN
D35. Vietnam neighbor ~ LAOS
D37. Ingmar or Ingrid ~ SWEDE
D33. Switchblades, in slang ~ SHIVS
D31. Weakly hit fly ball ~ BLOOP
D35. Made a sudden move ~ TWITCHED
D37. Oaters ~ WESTERNS
D36. Brand of bug killer ~ DCON
D38. Loafer part ~ TOE
D35. Morning moisture ~ DEW
D32. British prime minister before Major ~ THATCHER
D36. Rued ~ WASSORRY
D38. Poor grades ~ DEES
D37. Drunk ~ PIEEYED
D40. "And ___ There Were None" ~ THEN
D37. Surrounded by ~ AMID
D33. Climbing plant with purple flowers ~ WISTERIA
D37. Progressed slowly ~ INCHED
D39. Household god ~ LAR
D39. Test choice ~ TRUE
D41. Mahler song cycle subject ~ WAYFARER
D38. Cantina munchie ~ TACO
D34. Holding dear ~ DOTINGON
D38. Put a sword away ~ SHEATHE
D40. "___ Framed Roger Rabbit" ~ WHO
D40. Of good upbringing ~ WELLBRED
D42. US time zone ~ MST
D39. "If all ___ fails . . ." ~ ELSE
D35. Put away, as a sword ~ SHEATHE
D41. Sherry or burgundy ~ WINE
D44. Role model ~ IDOL
D41. Kwik-E-Mart clerk on "The Simpsons" ~ APU
D43. Take to the slopes ~ SKI
D41. Protect, as a museum exhibit ~ ENCASE
D39. Empty talk ~ HOTAIR
D43. Turn ~ ROTATE
D45. Change chairs ~ RESEAT
D42. "NYPD Blue" network ~ ABC
D46. Unruffled ~ SERENE
D42. Canny ~ ASTUTE
D40. Mystical source of answers ~ ORACLE
D44. Burps, technically ~ ERUCTS
D47. Put on a pike ~ IMPALE
D45. Like the music of Muddy Waters ~ BLUESY
D49. Engine valve ~ INTAKE
D47. Commercial center ~ RIALTO
D41. "...nothing to fear but fear ___" ~ ITSELF
D45. Summer television fare ~ REPEAT
D48. Jigsaw puzzle parts ~ PIECES
D48. Traffic circle ~ ROTARY
D50. Family members ~ NIECES
D49. Playground staples ~ SLIDES
D43. Baseballer Bando ~ SAL
D48. Church doctrine ~ DOGMA
D49. Meryl of the movies ~ STREEP
D49. Giver of wise opinions ~ ORACLE
D51. Most senior ~ ELDEST
D51. Use the tub ~ BATHE
D44. Tire feature ~ TREAD
D49. "Give it ___!" ~ AREST
D51. Daisy type ~ OXEYE
D50. Most painful ~ SOREST
D53. Sandwich green ~ CRESS
D52. Survey choice, perhaps ~ OTHER
D45. Beatles song "Eleanor ___" ~ RIGBY
D52. Cincinnati team ~ REDS
D53. "M*A*S*H" role ~ RADAR
D52. Keats work ~ ODE
D54. ___ the cows come home ~ TIL
D53. They may be undercover ~ NARCS
D46. Preposition on a gift tag ~ FOR
D53. End-of-the-week abbr. ~ TGIF
D55. ___ moss ~ PEAT
D53. Note in a soprano's range ~ HIGHC
D56. June honoree ~ DAD
D54. Yield and No Parking ~ SIGNS
D48. Parcel (out) ~ METE
D54. Persia, nowadays ~ IRAN
D56. Andre rival ~ PETE
D54. Regions ~ AREAS
D59. Change direction sharply ~ VEER
D55. Accommodate ~ SERVE
D49. Bad day for Caesar ~ IDES
D56. Co. alternative ~ LTD
D57. Ring victory: Abbr. ~ TKO
D57. Building foundation, sometimes ~ SLAB
D60. Unhatched dozen ~ EGGS
D58. Curious George's creators ~ REYS
D51. Curvy path ~ ESS
D57. Poetic word for "before" ~ ERE
D58. Egg-layer ~ HEN
D58. They might clash ~ EGOS
D62. Santa ___, CA ~ CRUZ
D60. Worms, sometimes ~ BAIT
D52. Genesis outcast ~ EVE

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