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ALEC - Smart ___ALEC - Jazz pianist Templeton ALEC - Piano virtuoso Templeton ALEC - Writer Waugh ALEC - "Baldwin of ""Talk Radio"""ALEC - "The spy in ""The Spy Who Came In From the Cold"""ALEC - Baldwin of the silver screen ALEC - Blind jazz pianist Templeton ALEC - One of the Waughs ALEC - """The Black Stallion"" lad"ALEC - A Baldwin brother ALEC - "Baldwin of ""The Cat in the Hat"""ALEC - A Waugh ALEC - "___ Ramsay (""The Black Stallion"" hero)"ALEC - One of the Baldwin brothers ALEC - 1960s British P. ___ Douglas-Home ALEC - """While We're Young"" songwriter Wilder"ALEC - Pianist Templeton ALEC - British P. ___ Douglas-Home ALEC - "Baldwin of ""30 Rock"""ALEC - Guinness of stage and screen ALEC - Guinness who played Obi-Wan Kenobi ALEC - Guinness or Waugh ALEC - Author Waugh ALEC - Tess's literary seducer ALEC - "Twin vampire in ""The Twilight Saga"""ALEC - "Tina's ""30 Rock"" co-star"ALEC - Sir ___ Guinness ALEC - "Waugh who wrote ""Island in the Sun"""ALEC - Smart ___ (wise guy)ALEC - "Cad in ""Tess of the D'Urbervilles"""ALEC - Smart one ALEC - "Baldwin who has hosted ""S. L."" more times than anyone else"ALEC - Baldwin or Guinness ALEC - """30 Rock"" co-star Baldwin"ALEC - """Black Stallion"" boy"ALEC - Britian's ___ Douglas-Home ALEC - He played Obi-Wan ALEC - Fish relish ALEC - 60's British P. Douglas-Home ALEC - Guinness or Baldwin ALEC - Waugh or Guinness ALEC - 30's-40's pianist Templeton ALEC - Old-time pianist Templeton ALEC - "Tess's seducer in ""Tess of the D'Urbervilles"""ALEC - Obi-Wan player ALEE - Away from the wind ALEE - Toward the windless side ALEE - Toward shelter ALEE - Aweather's opposite ALEE - "Downwind, nautically"ALEE - "Sheltered, at sea"ALEE - "Safe, on board"ALEE - Not aweather ALEE - On the safe side?

Raine of ""Inglourious Basterds"""ALDO - Fashion's Gucci ALDO - Author/architect Buzzi ALDO - Tough-guy actor Ray ALEA - Epithet of Athena ALEA - Greek goddess Athena ___ALEA - """Jacta est ___"" (""The die is cast"")"ALEC - Smart-___ALEC - Actor Guinness ALEC - "Baldwin of ""Prelude to a Kiss"""ALEC - 1960's P. ___ Douglas-Home ALEC - Actor Mc Cowen ALEC - """Smart"" one"ALEC - """I'll Be Around"" composer Wilder"ALEC - Novelist Waugh ALEC - "Meg's ""Prelude to a Kiss"" co-star"ALEC - Actor Baldwin ALEC - """Tess of the D'Urbervilles"" cad"ALEC - Seducer of 53-Down ALEC - "Mc Cowen of ""Frenzy"""ALEC - A Baldwin ALEC - Knighted Guinness ALEC - """The Black Stallion"" boy"ALEC - Le Carr ALEC - One of the Baldwins ALEC - Guinness who was knighted ALEC - Oscar winner Guinness ALEC - Smart guy?

ABAA - Quatrain form ABAA - Simple rhyme scheme ABAA - Simple quatrain form ABAB - Rhymester's scheme ABAB - Quatrain scheme ABAB - Common rhyme scheme ABAB - Simple rhyme scheme ABAB - """The Purple Cow"" rhyme scheme"ABAB - Basic rhyme scheme ABAB - Quatrain rhyme scheme ABAB - Like many of Shakespeare's rhymes ABAB - Basic verse option ABAB - Unimaginative rhyme scheme ABAD - In ___ way ABAD - """Born Under ___ Sign"" (1960s blues album)"ABAM - Nautical direction ABAN - Impose ___ on ABAN - Impose ___ on (outlaw)ABAR - """This guy walks into ___ "ABAS - """Down with! ABED - "Supine, possibly"ABED - "Sleeping, say"ABED - "In dreamland, perhaps"ABED - Laid up ABED - "Sleeping, most likely"ABED - Opposite of up ABED - "Lying, in a way"ABED - "Sleeping in, say"ABED - Still sleeping ABED - Not up yet ABED - Retired ABED - Out for the night ABED - Resting ABED - Under the covers ABEE - """As brisk as ___ in conversation"": Samuel Johnson"ABEE - """... ___ABEL - Noted fratricide victim ABEL - "First martyr, according to Matthew"ABEL - Brother of Cain ABEL - Spy exchanged for Powers in 1962ABEL - 1960's-70's steelworkers' chief ABEL - Genesis brother ABEL - Biblical shepherd ABEL - Genesis son ABEL - Biblical brother ABEL - Early victim ABEL - Eve's second son ABEL - Explorer Tasman of Tasmania fame ABEL - Brother of Cain and Seth ABEL - "The brother in ""Am I my brother's keeper? "ABET - Help with wrongdoing ABET - Help illegally ABET - Help in wrongdoing ABET - Help with a prank ABET - Assist in evil ABET - Assist in shady doings ABET - Help in mischief ABET - Support in skullduggery ABET - Help out in a bad way ABET - Support when one shouldn't ABET - Help in a bad way ABET - "Help in a heist, say"ABET - "Give shelter, perhaps"ABET - "Help, wrongly"ABET - "Be a lookout for, say"ABET - "Encourage, in a way"ABET - "Help in piracy, e.g."ABET - "Aid, in a way"ABET - "Assist, in a way"ABET - Help pull off a crime ABET - "Provide a gun for, maybe"ABET - Help with a job ABET - "Look out for, say"ABET - "Get hush money from, for instance"ABET - Be a partner in crime ABET - "Provide with a hideout, perhaps"ABET - "Look out for, maybe"ABET - Help with the heist ABET - Assist illegally ABET - Help at a heist ABET - Help a hood ABET - Not on ___ABET - Advance the cause of ABET - Help a hoodlum ABET - Give relief to a thief ABHR - Can't take ABID - Put in ___ for ABIE - "Rose's husband, on Broadway"ABIE - Rose lover? Greenspan ALAN - "With 17-Across, Hawkeye Pierce portrayer"ALAN - Rock-and-roll pioneer Freed ALAN - Bridge expert Truscott ALAP - """Take ___! target ALAR - Spray withdrawn in 1989ALAR - Target of a 1989 E. ALAR - Former orchard spray ALAR - Garden spray ALAR - Bygone spray ALAR - Banned fruit spray ALAR - Withdrawn apple spray ALAR - Controversial color enhancer ALAR - Controversial apple spray ALAR - Agricultural chemical ALAR - Brand of daminozide ALAR - Controversial orchard spray ALAR - Controversial ripener ALAR - Outlawed spray ALAR - "Daminozide, commercially"ALAR - Daminozide brand ALAR - "Apple application, once"ALAR - Out-of-favor apple treatment ALAR - Controversial apple growth regulator ALAR - 1989 E. """ALAS - """Ah, those were the days"""ALAS - """Ah, me! """ALAS - """Sad to say ..."""ALAS - Sad statement ALAS - """Oh, woe!

ABBY - """Dear"" advice columnist"ABBY - Ann's advice-giving sister ABBY - Adviser since 1956ABCD - Starting lineup ABCD - Start of a common run ABCD - Opening run ABCD - Starting four ABCD - Opening letters ABCD - Start of a nursery rhyme ABCD - Quartet for first graders ABCD - Multiple choice choices ABCD - Alphabetical start ABCS - Kindergarten education ABCS - """Sesame Street"" learning"ABCS - Rudiments ABCS - Elementary education ABCS - Tot's recitation ABCS - Kindergartners learn them ABCS - Early lesson ABCS - Kid stuff ABCS - Kindergarten lesson ABCS - Early education ABCS - Kindergarten stuff ABCS - Kid's recitation ABCS - Fundamentals ABCS - Primer material ABCS - Basics ABCS - Kindergarten instruction ABCS - They're not advanced studies ABCS - Kindergarten learning ABCS - Nuts and bolts ABCS - Early instruction ABCS - Building blocks ABCS - """Sesame Street"" subject"ABCS - """Sesame Street"" lessons"ABCS - Rudimentary education ABCS - Preschooler's instruction ABCS - What kindergartners learn ABCS - """Sesame Street"" skills"ABCS - Z is the last of them ABCS - Introductory material ABCS - How-to stuff ABCS - The basics ABCS - What tots are taught ABCS - Some remedial work ABED - "Lying, maybe"ABED - "Under cover, perhaps"ABED - Not up ABED - In for the night ABED - "Unwell, perhaps"ABED - "Out, in a way"ABED - Tucked in ABED - In the sack ABED - Sacked out ABED - Under cover? ABET - "Support, in a way"ABET - Assist in crime ABET - "Drive away, as a thief? Cranston ALAN - Ashby of the 80's Astros ALAN - Novelist Paton ALAN - Actor Alda ALAN - TV's Thicke ALAN - Football Hall-of-Famer ___ Page ALAN - A Ladd ALAN - Mr. investigation ALAR - Banned spray on apple trees ALAR - Banned chemical ALAR - Trade name of daminozide ALAR - Poison apple creator? target ALAR - Apple growth retardant ALAR - Orchard no-no ALAS - Word for Yorick ALAS - """Woe is me! """ALAS - """Sorry to say ..."""ALAS - Pitying cry ALAS - """Too bad"""ALAS - """Ohhh"""ALAS - Poetic plaint ALAS - """What a shame!

ALAE - "Wings, zoologically"ALAE - "Butterfly wings, e.g."ALAE - Latin wings ALAE - Wings on an avis ALAE - Zoological appendages ALAE - "Wings, in zoology"ALAE - Zoological wings ALAE - Caesar's wings ALAE - Avis pair ALAI - Trans ___ (Asian range)ALAI - Jai ___ALAI - Half court game? """AMSO - Childish retort AMSO - "Reply to ""Are not!

"""AJOB - Do ___ on AJOB - """Get ___"" (1958 hit)"AJOY - """A thing of beauty is ___ forever"""AJUG - """___ of Wine, a Loaf of Bread "AKEE - Tropical tree of the soapberry family AKEY - """The House Without ___"" (first Charlie Chan mystery)"AKEY - "Caps Lock neighbor, on a computer"AKIM - Old-time actor Tamiroff AKIM - """The Vulture"" star Tamiroff"AKIM - Actor Tamiroff AKIM - "Tamiroff of ""For Whom the Bell Tolls"""AKIN - "Like, with ""to"""AKIN - Related AKIN - "Resembling, with ""to"""AKIN - Comparable AKIN - Analogous AKIN - Cognate AKIN - Related (to)AKIN - Similar AKIN - Of the same sort AKIN - Similar (to)AKIN - Like AKIN - Parallel AKIN - Comparable (to)AKIN - Blood-related AKIN - Closely related (to)AKIN - Consanguineous AKIN - Like siblings AKIN - Having similar genetics AKIN - Closely related AKIN - Having similar properties AKIN - Analogous (to)AKIN - Sharing common alleles AKIO - Sony founder Morita AKIO - Sony co-founder Morita ALAD - """When I was ___ ..."""ALAD - """___-in His Lamp"" (Bugs Bunny classic)"ALAD - """___ of life, an imp of fame; / Of parents good ..."": ""Henry V"""ALAD - """When I Was ___"""ALAE - Wings ALAE - Winglike appendages ALAE - Avis features ALAE - Winglike parts ALAE - Wings: Lat. AMPS - Woodstock gear AMPS - Roadie's responsibility AMPS - Stereo parts AMPS - Fuse units AMPS - Rockers' equipment AMSO - """I know not why I ___ sad"": Shak."AMSO - Schoolyard retort AMSO - """I ___ sorry! """AMSO - Schoolyard comeback AMSO - Assertive comeback AMTO - """Here I ___ Worship"" (contemporary hymn)"AMTS - Quantities: Abbr.

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AIDA - Elton John/Tim Rice musical AIDA - "Radames's love, in opera"AIDA - Work with singing Egyptians AIDA - Classical opera redone by Elton John AIDA - "Broadway musical subtitled ""The Timeless Love Story"""AIDA - Broadway musical set in ancient Egypt AIDA - """Another Pyramid"" musical"AIDA - Slave singing several solos AIDA - Opera that premiered on Christmas Eve of 1871AIDA - "2000 musical with the song ""Every Story Is a Love Story"""AIDA - Slave who dies in the Temple of Vulcan AIDA - Ethiopian of opera AIDA - "Where to hear ""O patria mia"""AIDA - Slave of Amneris AIDA - Opera set near the Nile AIDA - Opera set in the time of the Pharaohs AIDA - Verdi's slave girl AIDA - """O patria mia"" singer"AIDA - Opera with elephants AIDA - Operatic heroine AIDA - Verdi slave girl AIDA - Famous slave AIDA - Opera set in ancient Thebes AIDA - Verdi opera or heroine AIDA - Opera with chariots AIDA - The King of Egypt sings in it AIDE - Auxiliary AIDE - Hospital staffer AIDE - Campaign worker AIDE - Capitol Hill worker AIDE - Right-hand person AIDE - "Detail handler, maybe"AIDE - Flunky AIDE - Glorified gofer AIDE - White House worker AIDE - Gofer AIDE - Assistant AIDE - Right hand AIDE - ... A.: When it's ___AJAR - "Allowing peeking, perhaps"AJAR - "Open, but just"AJAR - """When it's ___"" (old riddle's end)"AJAR - "Like a 1-Across, maybe"AJAR - "Propped open, perhaps"AJAR - Not shut tight AJAX - Trojan war suicide AJAX - """Stronger than dirt"" sloganeer"AJAX - Trojan War hero AJAX - Comet competitor AJAX - Subject of a Sophocles tragedy AJAX - Sophocles drama AJAX - "Role in ""Troy"""AJAX - "Product with TV's first advertising jingle, 1948"AJAX - "It's ""stronger than dirt"""AJAX - Cleanser whose name comes from Greek myth AJAX - "Fighter in the ""Iliad"""AJAX - Popular cleanser AJAX - Greek warrior AJAX - """Iliad"" figure"AJAX - Brand under a sink AJAX - Sophocles title hero AJAX - War hero who killed himself with a onetime rival's sword AJAX - Son of Telamon AJAX - Bon Ami alternative AJAX - Sophocles tragedy AJAX - Rival of Bon Ami AJAX - "Its slogan was once ""Cleans like a white tornado"""AJAX - Warrior of legend AJET - """Leaving on ___ Plane"""AJOB - """Get ___"" (1957 hit)"AJOB - """...___ for Superman! 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AMES - Spy Aldrich AMES - Big Twelve Conference city AMES - Singing family name AMES - """Rag Mop"" singers the ___ Brothers"AMES - "Leon of ""Mister Ed"""AMES - Iowa State site AMES - "With 61-Down, a Big 12 campus city"AMES - Home of Iowa State AMES - "Ed who sang ""My Cup Runneth Over"""AMES - NASA's ___ Research Center AMES - City on the Skunk River AMES - "Cathy ___, ""East of Eden"" wife"AMES - "Harry of the novel ""The Man Who Cried I Am"""AMES - Traitorous Aldrich AMES - "Ed of ""Daniel Boone"""AMES - Colonial almanac compiler Nathaniel AMES - Skunk River city AMES - Double agent Aldrich AMES - Treasonous Aldrich AMES - """Daniel Boone"" actor"AMES - Iowa State city AMES - Iowa State's home AMES - Singing brothers' name AMES - "Actor Leon of ""Life With Father"""AMES - Iowa college town AMES - "Bob ___, young man in Dreiser's ""Sister Carrie"""AMES - "___ Brothers, who sang ""Rag Mop"""AMES - Home of 14-Down AMES - "Actor Ed of ""Daniel Boone"""AMES - "___ Building, first skyscraper in Boston"AMES - University town near Des Moines AMES - C. 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AJAR - Not fully closed AJAR - Left so as to admit some light AJAR - A bit cracked AJAR - Opened just a crack AJAR - Not completely closed AJAR - Nearly closed AJAR - Not closed all the way AJAR - See 26-Down AJAR - "Not completely shut, as a door"AJAR - Opened a bit AJAR - "Admitting just a little light, maybe"AJAR - Somewhat open AJAR - "Slightly open, as a door"AJAR - "Not stopping the draft, say"AJAR - Not shut all the way AJAR - "The Blue ___ (Hank Azaria's ""Mystery Men"" role)"AJAR - Almost closed AJAR - Barely open AJAR - "Admitting a draft, maybe"AJAR - Not fully shut AJAR - Partially open AJAR - "Openable with a gentle push, say"AJAR - A little open AJAR - Q.: When is a door not a door? betrayer Aldrich AMES - "Ed with the 1967 hit ""My Cup Runneth Over"""AMES - Iowa home of the Cyclones AMES - C. AMPS - Sound boosters AMPS - Roadies' loads AMPS - Music boosters? ADAM - Creation on the sixth day ADAM - One who raised Cain ADAM - Garden party? 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AGED - Like fine wine AGED - Mellowed AGED - Getting on in years AGED - Got older AGED - Got on in years AGED - Got gray AGED - Like some ports AGED - Like some cheeses AGED - Long in the tooth AGED - Like wine AGED - Like mellower wines AGED - Seasoned AGED - Like ripe cheeses AGED - Elderly AGED - "Ready to get drunk, perhaps"AGED - In a bottle for a long time AGED - "Wrinkled, maybe"AGED - Like fine wines AGED - Got mellower AGED - Got on AGED - Like good wine AGED - "Creaky, maybe"AGED - Like centenarians AGED - Like relics AGED - Getting on in life AGED - Like sharp cheddar AGED - "Yellowing, maybe"AGED - Matured AGED - Ripened AGED - Sat in a cask AGED - Like fine cigars AGED - Old AGED - Like many ports AGED - "Kept in a cellar, perhaps"AGED - In the 40s? expos AGEE - """The Morning Watch"" writer, 1951"AGEE - Pulitzer-winning writer James AGEE - Posthumous Pulitzer winner AGEE - Author James AGEE - """The Morning Watch"" writer James"AGEE - """A Death in the Family"" author"AGEE - "Tommie ___, 1966 A. 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AGEE - James of letters AGEE - Contemporary author-illustrator Jon AGEE - Memorable New York Met Tommie AGEE - 1957 Pulitzer winner AGEE - 1958 Pulitzer author AGEE - Baseball's Tommie AGEE - Pulitzer writer James AGEE - """The African Queen"" scriptwriter"AGEE - """The Morning Watch"" novelist"AGEE - Onetime Time film critic James AGEE - Poet and novelist James AGEE - Tommie of the 60's-70's Mets AGEE - Humorist/illustrator Jon AGEE - Writer James from Tennessee AGEE - """The African Queen"" screenwriter James"AGEE - Onetime Met Tommie AGEE - Miracle Mets lead-off man AGEE - 1966 A. Rookie of the Year AGER - "Time, for wine"AGER - Golden finish? AHOY - Main call AHOY - Ship-to-ship call AHOY - Cry from a deck AHOY - Greeting to a matey AHOY - Sailor's hello AHOY - Bridge call AHOY - """Hey, sailor! ADAM - Comic Sandler ADAM - Biblical evictee ADAM - Father of Seth ADAM - Grandfather of Enos ADAM - Party of the first part? AERO - Commercial prefix with jet AERO - Commercial prefix with m AERO - "Like sports cars, briefly"AERO - Prefix with marine AERO - Saab model AERO - "Commercial prefix with ""flot"""AERO - "Britain's Royal ___ Club, for plane enthusiasts"AERO - "Streamlined, in brief"AERO - "Sleek, for short"AERO - Prefix with -naut AERO - Commercial prefix with star AERO - Flying start? 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AGRI - Prefix with chemical AGRI - ___-food industry AGRI - Farm-related: Prefix AGRI - Farm prefix AGRI - Cultural heading AGRI - Cultural intro AGRO - Soil: Prefix AGRO - Farm prefix AGRO - Prefix with biology AGRO - Prefix with industry AGRO - Farming prefix AGTS - F. AHOY - Cry to a matey AHOY - Sailor's hail AHOY - Ship-to-ship communication AHOY - Sailor hailer AHOY - Stern cry?

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