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  • Title: "NURSERY RHYME, SORTA" (MAY 26, 2002)
  • Author: By Ed Early
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  • Title: NURSERY RHYME, SORTA
  • Author: By Ed Early / Timothy Parker
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A1. Simmons or Stapleton ~ JEAN
A1. Harlow or Stapleton ~ JEAN
A5. Hefner with the blue magazine ~ HUGH
A5. Laurie of "House, M.D." ~ HUGH
A9. City on the Missouri River ~ OMAHA
A9. City on the Missouri River ~ OMAHA
A14. Another, south of the border ~ OTRO
A14. Another, south of the border ~ OTRO
A15. Sole ~ ONLY
A15. Sole ~ ONLY
A16. Stood up to ~ FACED
A16. Stood up to ~ FACED
A17. Part one of a twisted nursery rhyme ~ HUMPTYDUMPTYHAD
A17. Part one of a twisted nursery rhyme ~ HUMPTYDUMPTYHAD
A20. Native-born American of Japanese ancestry ~ NISEI
A20. Native-born American of Japanese ancestry ~ NISEI
A21. Largest active volcano in Europe ~ ETNA
A21. Largest active volcano in Europe ~ ETNA
A22. Tennis segments ~ SETS
A22. Tennis segments ~ SETS
A23. Not either ~ NOR
A23. Not either ~ NOR
A25. Grade school song start ~ ABC
A25. Grade school song start ~ ABC
A27. Part two of a twisted nursery rhyme ~ AGREATFALLANDIT
A27. Part two of a twisted nursery rhyme ~ AGREATFALLANDIT
A36. _____ Rabbit ~ BRER
A36. ___ Rabbit ~ BRER
A37. _____ Aviv, Israel ~ TEL
A37. ___ Aviv, Israel ~ TEL
A38. "_____ Grecian Urn" ~ ODEONA
A38. "___ Grecian Urn" ~ ODEONA
A39. Acts sleepy ~ YAWNS
A39. Acts sleepy ~ YAWNS
A41. "_____ Boot" (1981 nail biter) ~ DAS
A41. "___ Boot" (1981 nail-biter) ~ DAS
A43. Vegas casino razed in 1996 ~ SANDS
A43. Vegas casino razed in 1996 ~ SANDS
A44. Beer mugs ~ STEINS
A44. Beer mugs ~ STEINS
A46. Teen tube fave ~ MTV
A46. Teen tube fave ~ MTV
A48. Drawn tight ~ TAUT
A48. Drawn tight ~ TAUT
A49. Part three of a twisted nursery rhyme ~ MADEUPFORALOUSY
A49. Part three of a twisted nursery rhyme ~ MADEUPFORALOUSY
A52. Oft-burned '60s garment ~ BRA
A52. Certain undergarment ~ BRA
A53. Athlete of the century in some polls ~ ALI
A53. Athlete of the century in some polls ~ ALI
A54. Pair of horses or oxen ~ TEAM
A54. Pair of horses or oxen ~ TEAM
A58. Decorated, as a cake ~ ICED
A58. Decorated, as a cake ~ ICED
A60. Make a great effort ~ EXERT
A60. Make a great effort ~ EXERT
A65. Final part of a twisted nursery rhyme ~ SPRINGANDSUMMER
A65. Final part of a twisted nursery rhyme ~ SPRINGANDSUMMER
A68. Certain horse or Ford ~ PINTO
A68. Certain horse or Ford ~ PINTO
A69. Runner-up before Gore ~ DOLE
A69. Runner-up before Gore ~ DOLE
A70. Famous opera ~ AIDA
A70. Famous opera ~ AIDA
A71. Composer Joplin ~ SCOTT
A71. Composer Joplin ~ SCOTT
A72. "Waitin' for the Robert _____ " ~ ELEE
A72. "Waiting for the Robert ___ " ~ ELEE
A73. Eight-sided traffic sign ~ STOP
A73. Traffic sign word ~ STOP
D1. Bull of England ~ JOHN
D1. Bull of England ~ JOHN
D2. Case for pins and needles ~ ETUI
D2. Case for pins and needles ~ ETUI
D3. "A Farewell to _____" (Hemingway) ~ ARMS
D3. "A Farewell to ___" (Hemingway) ~ ARMS
D4. Slangy denial ~ NOPE
D4. Slangy denial ~ NOPE
D5. Heavy freight barge ~ HOY
D5. Heavy freight barge ~ HOY
D6. Half-starved ~ UNDERFED
D6. Half-starved ~ UNDERFED
D7. Oversupply ~ GLUT
D7. Oversupply ~ GLUT
D8. Book in a pew ~ HYMNAL
D8. Book in a pew ~ HYMNAL
D9. Frequently, to poets ~ OFT
D9. Frequently, to poets ~ OFT
D10. The Say-Hey kid ~ MAYS
D10. The Say Hey Kid ~ MAYS
D11. Yearn ~ ACHE
D11. Yearn ~ ACHE
D12. Kind of wave ~ HEAT
D12. Kind of wave ~ HEAT
D13. Utters an afterthought ~ ADDS
D13. Utters an afterthought ~ ADDS
D18. Turner or Louise ~ TINA
D18. Turner or Fey ~ TINA
D19. Spanish painter Picasso ~ PABLO
D19. Spanish painter Picasso ~ PABLO
D24. Giants' Hall of Famer Mel ~ OTT
D24. Giants' Hall of Famer Mel ~ OTT
D26. Roues ~ CADS
D26. Roues ~ CADS
D27. Immeasurable void ~ ABYSM
D27. Immeasurable void ~ ABYSM
D28. Persona non _____ ~ GRATA
D28. Persona non ___ ~ GRATA
D29. Didn't stay divorced ~ REWED
D29. Didn't stay divorced ~ REWED
D30. One of "My Three Sons" ~ ERNIE
D30. "My Three Sons" character ~ ERNIE
D31. San Antonio mission ~ ALAMO
D31. San Antonio mission ~ ALAMO
D32. "Far out!" ~ NEATO
D32. "Far out!" ~ NEATO
D33. 1910 Kentucky Derby winner ~ DONAU
D33. 1910 Kentucky Derby winner ~ DONAU
D34. River through Pakistan ~ INDUS
D34. River through Pakistan ~ INDUS
D35. Very palatable ~ TASTY
D35. Very palatable ~ TASTY
D40. Deliberate slight ~ SNUB
D40. Deliberate slight ~ SNUB
D42. Favor both sides ~ STRADDLE
D42. Favor both sides ~ STRADDLE
D45. Plant shoot ~ SPRIG
D45. Plant shoot ~ SPRIG
D47. Actor Kilmer ~ VAL
D47. Actor Kilmer ~ VAL
D50. Showy misrepresentation ~ FACADE
D50. Showy misrepresentation ~ FACADE
D51. Stead ~ LIEU
D51. Stead ~ LIEU
D54. Cookbook quantities (Abbr.) ~ TSPS
D54. Cookbook quantities (Abbr.) ~ TSPS
D55. Descriptive of a DeMille film ~ EPIC
D55. Descriptive of a DeMille film ~ EPIC
D56. It flows past Florence ~ ARNO
D56. It flows past Florence ~ ARNO
D57. Catcher's glove ~ MITT
D57. Catcher's glove ~ MITT
D59. Organic compound ~ ENOL
D59. Organic compound ~ ENOL
D61. Dec. holiday ~ XMAS
D61. Dec. holiday ~ XMAS
D62. Give off ~ EMIT
D62. Give off ~ EMIT
D63. Make over ~ REDO
D63. Make over ~ REDO
D64. Word with fly or clap ~ TRAP
D64. Word with "fly" or "clap" ~ TRAP
D66. "I think _____!" ~ NOT
D66. "I think ___!" ~ NOT
D67. "We're off to _____ the wizard,..." ~ SEE
D67. "We're off to ___ the wizard . . ." ~ SEE

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