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  • Title: October 14, 2012 - "Sunday Challenge"
  • Author: By Bruce Venzke
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  • Author: By Bruce Venzke
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A1. Pottery material ~ CLAY
A1. Fix, in a way ~ SPAY
A5. "Merry Xmas Everybody" glam band ~ SLADE
A5. Onstage digression ~ ASIDE
A10. Couldn't keep a secret ~ TOLD
A10. They get picked up at bars ~ TABS
A14. Lad of La Mancha ~ NINO
A14. Flooring choice, for short ~ LINO
A15. Punctuation in an analogy ~ COLON
A15. Preempted, maybe ~ NOTON
A16. Long in Louisiana ~ HUEY
A16. Fab Four film of 1965 ~ HELP
A17. Actor Bridges ~ BEAU
A17. Senate accusation ~ ETTU
A18. Opposite of après ~ AVANT
A18. Change, as a bill ~ AMEND
A19. Wile E.'s company for supplies ~ ACME
A19. Math class calculation ~ AREA
A20. Learns the ropes, with "on" ~ CUTSONESTEETH
A20. Campaign activity ~ WHISTLESTOPTOUR
A23. "Once I ___ secret ..." (Doris Day song lyric) ~ HADA
A23. Minimum of concern, in an expression ~ HOOT
A24. Significant periods ~ ERAS
A24. Certain historical spans ~ ERAS
A25. Source of vitamin A (var.) ~ CAROTIN
A25. Brooklyn or Queens ~ BOROUGH
A28. Spot for a wicker chair, perhaps ~ VERANDA
A28. Encouraging motel sign ~ VACANCY
A32. Leigh Hunt's "___ Ben Adhem" ~ ABOU
A32. Deuce follower, at times ~ ADOUT
A33. Supplementary ~ ADDED
A33. Nickname of the 34th president ~ IKE
A35. "I ___ I taw a puddy ..." ~ TAWT
A35. Took off with ~ STOLE
A36. Lounge about ~ LOLL
A36. 1963 Oscar winner Patricia ~ NEAL
A37. Some bishops and kings ~ MEN
A37. "Under a Glass Bell" writer ~ NIN
A38. Early Genesis victim ~ ABEL
A38. Maker of the Bolt athletic shoe ~ AVIA
A39. Cheddar description ~ MILD
A39. Winter warmer ~ TODDY
A40. Puts up, as a painting ~ HANGS
A41. Practical joke ~ GAG
A42. 1970 hit by The Kinks ~ LOLA
A42. Magician's audience confederate ~ PLANT
A43. Lean ~ SLENDER
A43. Opens, as a baby's pajamas ~ UNSNAPS
A45. Spotted felines ~ OCELOTS
A45. Popular brunch choices ~ OMELETS
A47. Drop on your face ~ TEAR
A47. Unkosher ~ TREF
A48. Biological prefix ~ TAXO
A48. Island food staple ~ TARO
A49. A positive course of action ~ THERIGHTTRACK
A49. Proceeding in a positive way ~ ONTHERIGHTTRACK
A54. Baba ___ (Gilda Radner impersonation) ~ WAWA
A56. Georgetown athlete ~ HOYA
A56. Setting of "The Crucible" ~ SALEM
A57. Archipelago part ~ ISLET
A57. Place of heros ~ DELI
A58. Crowd count in Köln ~ DREI
A58. Ancient Hebrew month ~ AVIV
A59. Game show creator Griffin ~ MERV
A59. Greek gathering spot ~ AGORA
A60. Water's edge ~ SHORE
A60. Middle of Q.E.D. ~ ERAT
A61. They frequently clash ~ EGOS
A61. Former French president Coty ~ RENE
A62. Fruit of the blackthorn ~ SLOE
A62. Southern Arabian Peninsula country ~ YEMEN
A63. Promoted to excess ~ HYPED
A63. City on the Tiber ~ ROME
A64. Sea in Antarctica ~ ROSS
D1. "Squawk Box" airer ~ CNBC
D1. Large number ~ SLEW
D2. Substitution word ~ LIEU
D2. Kind of helmet ~ PITH
D3. Gray subj. ~ ANAT
D3. Con's position ~ ANTI
D4. Gift recipient's comment of appreciation ~ YOUSHOULDNTHAVE
D4. Gift recipient's appreciative comment ~ YOUSHOULDNTHAVE
D5. Ancient name for a region of northern Europe ~ SCANDIA
D5. Computer type ~ ANALOG
D6. Frank Sinatra hit of 1955 ~ LOVEANDMARRIAGE
D6. Remark from one who's smelled a rat ~ SOMETHINGSFISHY
D7. Exclamation of sorrow ~ ALAS
D7. Advocates' suffixes ~ ITES
D8. "This topic is off limits!" ~ DONTEVENGOTHERE
D8. Warning that a subject is off-limits ~ DONTEVENGOTHERE
D9. Came on stage ~ ENTERED
D9. Agnes's "Bewitched" role ~ ENDORA
D10. "Easier said than done" ~ THATSATALLORDER
D10. "Could be more than I can handle" ~ THATSATALLORDER
D11. Sorehead's comment? ~ OUCH
D11. Old magazine billed as "America's Aviation Weekly" ~ AERO
D12. Polish writer Stanislaw ~ LEM
D12. Cheese couleur ~ BLEU
D13. Use Miss Clairol, e.g. ~ DYE
D13. Boom, for example ~ SPAR
D21. Type of meal? ~ OAT
D21. Kentucky Derby tipster ~ TOUT
D22. Big feature of an elephant ~ EAR
D22. Big donors of a sort ~ PACS
D25. Quiets down ~ CALMS
D25. Family of African languages ~ BANTU
D26. Bubbling on the range ~ ABOIL
D26. Classic theater name ~ ODEON
D27. "Tell them Esther sent you" spokeswoman ~ ROLLE
D27. Fork settings ~ ROADS
D29. Home planet of Queen Amidala ~ NABOO
D29. Stellar phenomena ~ NOVAE
D30. Inhabited, with "in" ~ DWELT
D30. Hilary's "Million Dollar Baby" costar ~ CLINT
D31. Map book ~ ATLAS
D31. Nobelist of 1923 ~ YEATS
D34. Comfy retreat ~ DEN
D34. Sephia manufacturer ~ KIA
D40. Court no-no, usually ~ HEARSAY
D40. Easily maneuvered, at sea ~ YARE
D41. He voiced Meadowlark in the "Harlem Globetrotters" cartoon series ~ SCATMAN
D42. Jaunty and stylish ~ PERT
D44. Snider of Twisted Sister ~ DEE
D44. Cease to be ~ PERISH
D46. Business card no. ~ EXT
D46. Tangled, as hair ~ MATTED
D49. Pollux, to Castor ~ TWIN
D49. Resistance measures ~ OHMS
D50. Snatch, with "onto" ~ GLOM
D50. Seasonal number ~ NOEL
D51. Boeing's quarterly magazine ~ AERO
D51. Vet's opposite ~ TYRO
D52. Dollar, in slang ~ CLAM
D52. Unappetizing bowlful ~ GLOP
D53. Thing on a string ~ KITE
D53. Fabled craft ~ ARGO
D54. Simple card game ~ WAR
D54. CNBC interviewees ~ CEOS
D55. Hail in the forum ~ AVE
D55. Show of affection ~ KISS

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