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  • Title: September 7, 1998 - "A Little R&R"
  • Author: By Frank A. Longo
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  • Title: A Little R & R
  • Author: By Theresa Schmidt/Edited by Mike Shenk
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A1. Carte or mode lead-in ~ ALA
A1. Stopper that may be a popper ~ CORK
A4. Achievements ~ FEATS
A5. Take from the fields ~ REAP
A9. Choir selection ~ PSALM
A9. Target of a Delete button ~ SPAM
A14. Designer Claiborne ~ LIZ
A13. Ready for customers ~ OPEN
A15. Rival of Montel ~ OPRAH
A14. Nation whose width is less than a twelfth of its length ~ CHILE
A16. Suffix with Kafka or Zola ~ ESQUE
A15. Black-and-white whale ~ ORCA
A17. Big bang cause? ~ TNT
A16. Supermarket section ~ DELI
A18. Destruction ~ RACKANDRUIN
A17. Angler's equipment ~ RODANDREEL
A20. Many moons ~ AGES
A19. He played "McSteamy" on "Grey's Anatomy" ~ ERICDANE
A22. Squeezed (out) ~ EKED
A21. Musical that includes "The Song of the Jellicles" ~ CATS
A23. Lunkhead ~ ASS
A22. Extreme disrepair ~ RACKANDRUIN
A24. Inductee in a Cleveland Hall of Fame ~ ROCKANDROLLER
A24. Cpl.'s superior ~ SGT
A29. "Dies ___" (Requiem Mass hymn) ~ IRAE
A27. Stephen of "The Crying Game" ~ REA
A30. Injury ~ LESION
A28. Stucco, for example ~ PLASTER
A33. Admiral's affirmative ~ AYE
A30. Outfielder Sizemore ~ GRADY
A36. With 50-Across, scat singer of the swing era ~ ANITA
A34. With 49-Down, Hall of Fame baseball manager ~ JOE
A39. Tommy with a Tony ~ TUNE
A35. Fork feature ~ TINE
A40. Twin sons of Rhea Silvia ~ ROMULUSANDREMUS
A36. Twin sons of Mars ~ ROMULUSANDREMUS
A44. Opposed to, in Dogpatch ~ AGIN
A40. Triumphant cry ~ IWIN
A45. Copycat's phrase ~ METOO
A41. Still in the box, perhaps ~ NEW
A46. Mach-1 exceeder ~ SST
A42. Make ___ of (bungle) ~ AMESS
A47. Locale of a large nail? ~ BIGTOE
A43. Lewis Carroll, e.g. ~ PENNAME
A50. See 36-Across ~ ODAY
A45. TV franchise with a "Cyber" version ~ CSI
A52. Crude but practical ~ ROUGHANDREADY
A47. Hit show letters ~ SRO
A58. Ballroom dance, when doubled ~ CHA
A48. Loudly carry on ~ RANTANDRAVE
A60. Mai ___ (rum cocktails) ~ TAIS
A54. B-boy connector ~ ASIN
A61. Bird's perch, perhaps ~ WIRE
A56. Grossly unbalanced ~ ONESIDED
A62. Go into hysterics ~ RANTANDRAVE
A57. Sweetened whiskey drink ~ ROCKANDRYE
A67. Overflow point ~ RIM
A60. iPad answerer ~ SIRI
A68. GI's neckwear ~ IDTAG
A61. Four on some clock faces ~ IIII
A69. Lamprey lurer ~ EELER
A62. There's one in this cule ~ ERROR
A70. Eden evictee ~ EVE
A63. Co-worker of Lane and Olsen ~ KENT
A71. Tack up a hem, e.g. ~ BASTE
A64. Ford contemporary ~ OLDS
A72. "Waiting for Lefty" playwright ~ ODETS
A65. Celebrity chef Paula ~ DEEN
A73. Hyena's hangout ~ DEN
A66. Takes to court ~ SUES
D1. Confirmation location ~ ALTAR
D1. Programming pro ~ CODER
D2. Specialized speech ~ LINGO
D2. "Turandot" or "Tosca" ~ OPERA
D3. Nahuatl language ~ AZTEC
D3. Thing of the past ~ RELIC
D4. On behalf of ~ FOR
D4. Carmelo Anthony, e.g. ~ KNICK
D5. Radon-monitoring grp. ~ EPA
D5. Girl in a Beach Boys title ~ RHONDA
D6. Fly ball trajectory ~ ARC
D6. You might get down from it ~ EIDER
D7. Self-serving one ~ TAKER
D7. Imitating ~ ALA
D8. Plumed military cap ~ SHAKO
D8. Jotted, in a way ~ PENCILED
D9. Hawk ~ PEDDLE
D9. Variety ~ SORT
D10. Ukraine, once (abbr.) ~ SSR
D10. When stories need to be put to bed ~ PRESSTIME
D11. Pet store purchases ~ AQUARIUMS
D11. Powerful club? ~ ACE
D12. Thornton Wilder's "The Bridge of San ___ Rey" ~ LUIS
D12. Bad, in Bordeaux ~ MAL
D13. Clothing store section ~ MENS
D14. Origami creation ~ CRANE
D19. Dudley Do-Right's love ~ NELL
D18. Gillian's role on "The X-Files" ~ DANA
D21. Hit the slopes ~ SKI
D20. Hall of Hall & Oates ~ DARYL
D25. Russian inland sea ~ ARAL
D23. Topping ~ UPON
D26. Mork's "goodbye," when doubled ~ NANU
D25. Division of a biological family ~ GENUS
D27. Benjamin Franklin's faith ~ DEISM
D26. Long lock ~ TRESS
D28. Villa d'___, Tivoli ~ ESTE
D29. Musical note part ~ STEM
D31. ___ probandi (burden of proof) ~ ONUS
D30. Members of a film crew ~ GRIPS
D32. Branch office? ~ NEST
D31. Member of a racing crew ~ ROWER
D33. Steed with speed ~ ARAB
D32. Protein constituent ~ AMINOACID
D34. Hanna-Barbera bear ~ YOGI
D33. Brooks's partner in country music ~ DUNN
D35. Political refugees, e.g. ~ EMIGRANTS
D34. Skull part ~ JAW
D37. ___ kwon do ~ TAE
D37. Like drones ~ UNMANNED
D38. Dvorák or Bruckner ~ ANTON
D38. Spotted ~ SEEN
D41. Golden Rule word ~ UNTO
D39. Commando operations ~ RAIDS
D42. Senator Christopher or Thomas ~ DODD
D44. 2-Down piece ~ ARIA
D43. Bestial bellow ~ ROAR
D45. Site for some rafters ~ CANYON
D48. Power problem ~ OUTAGE
D46. Display of contempt ~ SNEER
D49. "Life in London" author Pierce ~ EGAN
D49. See 34-Across ~ TORRE
D51. Poisonous evergreen ~ YEW
D50. Investors weigh them ~ RISKS
D53. Nomo of the diamond ~ HIDEO
D51. Parting word ~ ADIEU
D54. Start of a simile involving a beet ~ ASRED
D52. Nemo's creator ~ VERNE
D55. Televised ~ AIRED
D53. Polishes prose ~ EDITS
D56. Sunday excursion ~ DRIVE
D55. Pair for Bode Miller ~ SKIS
D57. Saudi Arabia neighbor ~ YEMEN
D57. 2016 Olympics host ~ RIO
D58. Nursery fixture ~ CRIB
D58. Gusher output ~ OIL
D59. "If I Only ___ Brain" ~ HADA
D59. Snoop's "Deep Cover" collaborator ~ DRE
D63. Rat-a-___ ~ TAT
D64. It may give a bloke a buzz ~ ALE
D65. Horse healer ~ VET
D66. Post-triage destinations, for short ~ ERS

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