Get a Grip!

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Get a Grip!

Publié le : jeudi 21 juillet 2011
Lecture(s) : 47
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Road addition?
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“Time” has one; “Tim”
hasn’t
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Hamlets
DOWN
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Missing
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“___ the lookout!”
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West extension?
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Total to pay: abbr.
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Composer Gustav
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DX divided by V
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Suggestions
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Where
élèves
learn
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Makes a pit stop, perhaps
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Ability to throw
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Stir up, as a fire
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Rustic style of picnic table
or bunk beds
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Asian appetizer
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Film director Craven
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Scorn
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Tragic Moor
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Born
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“Every child. One voice.”
org.
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Kin of an abbr.
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Office setting?
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Common rhyme scheme
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City worker
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“You bet ___!”
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“Be ever wonderful, ___
you are” (Earth, Wind &
Fire lyric)
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Cafe order
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Gnat-sized
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Hotel bucketful
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He’s Ben in “Star Wars”
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Made sketches
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Basie’s instrument
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___ voce
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Postpone
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Old Mideast org.
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Coll. senior’s test
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Not kosher
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City conduits
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Latin abbr.
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Word on a door
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Science guy Bill and
funnyman Louis
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“___ la vie”
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Is suffering from
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Deposed Iranian
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Pleisto finish
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Not translucent
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The great leveler
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Old auto, the ___ Bearcat
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Start of a hyphenated
actress
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Glowing
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Uncoordinated one
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Small drinks
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Chophouse, e.g.
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LXX divided by X
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Place to stay
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Mayberry’s Otis et al.
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Gen. Rommel
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Comic Marty Allen’s
greeting, “Hello, ___!”
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Alphabet segment
ACROSS
1
___ of light
6
Old Olds model
11
Eject, as lava
15
Veterinarian’s instrument? (and
I’d be real careful with it, too)
20
Buster Brown’s dog
21
Response to “Where’s your
salad”?
23
Pale
24
Pastoral place
25
Nome knife
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Creator
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Mideast gulf
28
The horse in “National Velvet”
30
Tough stuff
32
Word in cold temperatures
34
Latvian, for one
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Wild West show prop
38
Young one
40
Shout from the stands
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Cartoonist Keane
42
Popular skillet spray
43
Hard time with a fastener?
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Out
50
“Bye, now”
51
Jagged breach
52
Indian princess, variantly
54
Tool used on a mechanical bull?
59
Part of a play
62
Greek portico
63
Verily
64
With 66 Across, what a
particularly difficult exorcism
might require?
66
See 64 Across
71
Palindromic name
72
Assign stars to
74
Playoff survivor
75
Group that can handle any
gripping need?
81
Eventually become
82
“Are you ___ out?”
83
Says
85
Knocker’s reply
88
Gag gift for a fuzzy thinker?
92
“Moulin Rouge!” director
Luhrmann
93
In the style of
95
2004 champs, on the scoreboard
96
Suppertime, for some
97
Sequel-title word
99
Psych ending
100
2005 Best Actress winner
103
Neato
106
Singer Cole
107
Pretends
108
Songwriter Wilson
110
Part of USSR: abbr.
111
Dresser wood
113
Carpet mark
114
With 120 Across, a
book-seller’s spiel at a tool
expo?
119
Roy’s gal
120
See 114 Across
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Get a Grip!
86
Lash application
87
Snobbery
88
Air rifle ammo
89
Lake vessel
90
Generally
91
“Difficulties ___ be
surmounted” (Emerson)
92
Car-grille cover
94
NAACP, for one
98
Forgotten, as a promise
99
Formula westerns
101
More civil
102
Kipling python
104
Warm alpine wind
(anagram of NO, HEF)
105
Weekly cable guide
109
One way to go: abbr.
111
Slugger Mel
112
“That’s it!”
113
Portent
114
Gridiron gain: abbr.
115
No later than
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Him, to Henri
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___-democracy forces
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