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ABUT - Border ABUT - Touch on ABUT - Border on ABUT - Neighbor on ABUT - Neighbor ABUT - Border upon ABUT - Touch ABUT - Touch upon ABUT - Be adjacent to ABUT - Be next to ABUT - Be against ABUT - Lie next to ABUT - Push up against ABUT - Flank ABUT - Go up against ABUT - Be flush with ABUT - Rest on ABUT - End at ABUT - Have an edge against ABUT - Be contiguous to ABUT - Bump up against ABUT - Adjoin ABUT - Side with? """ALAS - Preceder of a bit of bad news ALAS - Comment on a loss ALAS - """C'est la vie"""ALAS - "Opposite of ""Happily ..."""ALAS - """___, 'tis true I have gone here and there"": Shak."ALAS - """Oh, cruel world ..."""ALAS - """Ah, well ..."""ALAS - Sighed word ALAS - Statement of resignation ALAS - Despondent comment ALAS - "Cry for ""poor Yorick"""ALAS - Cry for what might have been ALAS - "Word repeated in ""Elegy in a Country Churchyard"""ALAS - Griever's exclamation ALAS - Word after a loss ALAS - """I am miserable"""ALAS - "Start of Hamlet's ""Yorick"" speech"ALAS - Word for poor Yorick ALAS - Woeful word ALAS - Word of resignation ALAS - Word said with a tear ALAS - Word of regret ALAS - """Oh, were it not true! """ALAS - Dramatic wail ALAS - Relative of 55-Across ALAS - [Boo-hoo! Pierce player ALDA - Alan of Hollywood ALDA - "Only person to win Emmys for acting, writing and directing"ALDA - "Alan of ""Crimes and Misdemeanors"""ALDA - 1985 Oscars co-host with Fonda and Williams ALDA - """Crimes and Misdemeanors"" actor, 1989"ALDA - Alan who played TV's Hawkeye ALDA - """Betsy's Wedding"" star, 1990"ALDA - """Betsy's Wedding"" actor"ALDA - Hawkeye player ALDA - See 58-Across ALDA - Alan who was born Alphonso D'Abruzzo ALDA - "Alan who won an Emmy for his role on ""The West Wing"""ALDA - """Crimes & Misdemeanors"" actor"ALDA - TV's Hawkeye ALDA - """Everyone Says I Love You"" actor"ALDA - """Crimes and Misdemeanors"" actor"ALDA - """Sweet Liberty"" star"ALDA - """The Mephisto Waltz"" star"ALDA - Hawkeye Pierce portrayer ALDA - See 5-Down ALDA - Two-time Emmy winner as best actor in a comedy ALDO - Ray of Hollywood ALDO - Beefy actor Ray ALDO - Actor ___ Ray ALDO - Designer Gucci ALDO - Ray of film ALDO - Actor Ray ALDO - Tough guy portrayer Ray ALDO - "___ Moro, former Italian P.

to your beauteous blessings ___ curse"": Shak."ADDA - """___ pinch of salt..."""ADDA - Start of a recipe direction ADDL - Extra: Abbr. ADDL - "Like shipping and handling, typically: Abbr."ADDL - Supplementary: Abbr. "" (doc's query)"AILS - Feels bad AILS - Is sick AILS - Feels punk AILS - Is unwell AILS - Feels fluish AILS - Troubles AILS - Is under the weather AILS - "Has a temperature, say"AILS - Is laid up AILS - Afflicts AILS - Suffers AILS - Needs medicine AILS - "Has a fever, say"AILS - Suffers bodily woes AILS - Bothers AILS - Good for what ___ you AILS - Is peaked AILS - Distresses AILS - Isn't O. AILS - Languishes AILS - Isn't well AILS - Is indisposed AILS - Is not well AILS - Feels lousy AILS - "Is bedridden, say"AILS - Isn't feeling good AILS - Has a bug AILS - Is near bankruptcy AILS - Is bedridden AILS - Isn't doing well AIME - """Je t'___"" (French words of endearment)"AIME - "It's love, in Lille"AIME - """Je vous ___"""AIME - """Je t'___"" (French words of affection)"AIME - """Darling, Je Vous ___ Beaucoup"""AIMS - Sights AIMS - Goals AIMS - "Eyes a bull's-eye, say"AIMS - Intentions AIMS - Sightings AIMS - Points AIMS - Ends AIMS - Targets AIMS - Objects AIMS - Dreams AIMS - Aligns the crosshairs AIMS - Tries to ensure a hit AIMS - Gets ready to shoot AIMS - Destinations AIMS - Employs a scope AIMS - Points (at)AIMS - Prepares for a shoot AINT - Isn AINT - "Pat Boone's ""___ That a Shame"""AINT - """___ No Sunshine"" (1971 hit)"AINT - Isn't informal? """AINT - "Gershwin's ""It ___ Necessarily So"""AINU - Hokkaido native AINU - Aborigine of Japan AINU - Japanese aborigine AINU - Aborigine of northern Japan AINU - Hokkaido people AIRE - Frigid finish AIRE - Suffix with concession AIRE - Frigid add-on AIRE - River to Leeds AIRE - Leeds's river AIRE - Frigid follower? AIRE - Large number suffix AIRE - Suffix with million AIRE - Ending with some very large numbers AIRE - Frigid finish? relative AMEX - Financial page heading AMEX - Wall St. AMEX - "Payment option, for short"AMEX - Visa rival AMEX - Wall St.

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ABES - Fortas and Vigoda ABES - "Fortas, Vigoda, etc."ABES - Beame and Saperstein ABES - Lincoln and others ABES - "Lincoln and others, informally"ABES - Lincoln and Vigoda ABES - Vigoda and Fortas ABES - "Five-dollar bills, slangily"ABES - "Ribicoff and Lincoln, familiarly"ABES - Fivers ABES - Five-spots ABES - Sawbuck halves ABES - " bills, slangily"ABES - Fortas and Lincoln ABES - Beame and Burrows ABES - Actor Vigoda and others ABES - Beame et al. ALAI - "___ Mountains, part of the Tien Shan range"ALAI - Kyrgyzstan's ___ Mountains ALAI - Kyrgyz range ALAN - """The Way We Were"" writer Bergman"ALAN - Josephine Tey investigator ___ Grant ALAN - "The ""A"" of Chester A.

ALAI - Asia's Trans ___ mountains ALAI - Kyrgyzstan range ALAI - Trans ___ (Kyrgyz/Tajik border range)ALAI - Asia's Trans ___ Range ALAI - "___ Mountains, near the Tian Shan range"ALAI - Betting game ending ALAI - Part of a court game name ALAI - See 27-Across ALAI - Asia's Trans ___ mountain range ALAI - Game ending?

,"" in Dijon"ABAS - Arab garments ABAS - Cry of French 40-Across ABAS - Start of a Parisian protest ABAS - French mutineer's phrase ABAS - """Down with ...! "" (Bastille cry)"ABAS - French protest phrase ABAT - """Like ___ out of ..."""ABAT - Like ___ out of hell ABAT - Blind as ___ABBA - """S. S."" band"ABBA - """Chiquitita"" quartet"ABBA - """Fernando"" singers"ABBA - """Waterloo"" pop group"ABBA - Title for some bishops ABBA - """I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do"" group"ABBA - """Mamma Mia"" pop group"ABBA - Quatrain rhyme scheme ABBA - """SOS"" pop group"ABBA - Palindromic pop group ABBA - "Father, in the Bible"ABBA - """Dancing Queen"" pop group"ABBA - """Waterloo"" band"ABBA - Group behind a 2001 Broadway musical ABBA - """Mamma Mia! sting like ___"""ABEE - Last words of an Ali boast ABEE - Busy as ___ABEE - "Answer to the folk riddle ""Worker in yellow clothes"""ABEE - Have ___ in one's bonnet ABEE - """Sting like ___"""ABEE - End of a Muhammad Ali catch phrase ABEE - """...sting like ___"""ABEL - Director Gance ABEL - """Fear City"" director Ferrara"ABEL - "Rima's ""Green Mansions"" beloved"ABEL - Cain's brother ABEL - Genesis victim ABEL - Cain's victim ABEL - Second son ABEL - First victim ABEL - "Magwitch of ""Great Expectations"""ABEL - Biblical murder victim ABEL - Brother of Seth ABEL - Genesis shepherd ABEL - Uncle of Enos ABEL - Third man ABEL - The third man? """ABEL - Early shepherd ABEL - Biblical homophone of 1-Down ABEL - The good son ABEL - Explorer Tasman ABEL - First fratricide victim ABEL - Old union leader I. ___ABEL - See 54-Across ABEL - "He had righteous blood, per Matthew "ABEL - First name alphabetically in 42-Down ABEL - Spy in a 1962 exchange ABEL - First murder victim ABEL - """Napoleon"" director Gance"ABEL - Offerer of lambs to God ABEL - Newsman Elie ABEL - Former steelworkers' union chief ABEL - Shepherd of Genesis ABEL - Genesis name ABEL - Spy exchanged for Powers ABEL - Son of Adam and Eve ABEL - United Steelworkers leader I. ABIE - "Rose's love, on Broadway"ABIE - """___ Baby"" (""Hair"" song)"ABIE - Irish Rose's beau ABIE - """___ the Agent"" (old comic strip)"ABIE - Mr. "" (track coach's order)"ALAP - Gain ___ALAP - Gain ___ on ALAP - Gain ___ (get ahead in a race)ALAR - Controversial orchard application ALAR - Winged ALAR - Banned orchard chemical ALAR - Apple color enhancer ALAR - Color-enhancing apple spray ALAR - Controversial spray ALAR - Banned apple application ALAR - Apple spray ALAR - Winglike ALAR - Fruit spray ALAR - Banned spray ALAR - Banned orchard spray ALAR - Having wings ALAR - Banned apple spray ALAR - Wing-shaped ALAR - "Garden no-no, now"ALAR - Onetime E. """ALAS - [Sigh]ALAS - """What a shame"""ALAS - """If only things had turned out different! """ALAS - Dejection interjection ALAS - """___, how love can trifle with itself!

AIRE - Billion follower AIRE - Yorkshire river AIRE - Suffix added to large numbers AIRH - Seal's opening? competitor AMEX - Visa competitor AMEX - Stock page heading AMEX - N. AMIE - Proven AMIE - Familiar femme AMIE - Friend of Fifi AMIE - French female friend AMIE - Gallic gal pal AMIE - She's a sweetie in Tahiti AMIE - Flandre friend AMIE - Parisian lady friend AMIE - Friend en francais AMIE - Paris pal AMIE - "Friend, to Fran"AMIE - Alain's girlfriend AMIN - Notorious Idi AMIN - Exiled tyrant AMIN - Ugandan tyrant Idi ___AMIN - Exiled African leader AMIN - Despot Idi ___AMIN - Whitaker played him in a 2006 film AMIN - Role for which Whitaker won Best Actor of 2006AMIN - See 48-Down AMIN - Exiled Ugandan Idi ___AMIN - 1979 exile to Saudi Arabia AMIN - Whitaker's Oscar-winning role AMIN - Bygone dictator AMIN - Leader exiled in 1979AMIN - Cruel Ugandan AMIN - Brute of the 1970s AMIN - African despot AMIN - Ugandan dictator AMIN - Ugandan tyrant AMIN - Obote's deposer AMIN - Afghan leader before the Soviet invasion AMIN - Obote's overthrower AMIR - Bahrain power? AMIR - "Old song ""Abdul Abulbul ___"""AMIR - Mideast pooh-bah AMIR - Eastern title AMIR - """Abdul Abulbul ___"" (1927 tune)"AMIR - Bahraini bigwig AMIR - Gulf V. AMIS - """Lucky Jim"" author"AMIS - """Jake's Thing"" novelist"AMMO - "Bullets, e.g."AMMO - It's found in a round AMMO - Magazine supplies AMMO - It's shot AMMO - Bullets AMMO - "Shots, for short"AMMO - Rounds AMMO - "Shells, etc."AMMO - BB's and bullets AMMO - "BB's, e.g."AMMO - It's loaded AMMO - Magazine contents AMMO - Ordnance component AMMO - "Shot, for short"AMMO - "Pellets, e.g."AMMO - Buckshot and such AMMO - BB's and shells AMMO - Gun dealer's stock AMMO - Magazine's contents AMMO - It fills barrels AMMO - Need for heat AMMO - Bandoleer contents AMMO - Bullets and BBs AMMO - It's found in chambers AMMO - Survivalist's stockpile AMMO - It's found in arms AMMO - Guns' partner AMMO - It flies through barrels AMMO - Contents of some barrels AMMO - "Shot, e.g."AMMO - Stuff to be loaded AMMO - It might be in a belt AMMO - Cartridge filler AMMO - Shells and bullets AMMO - Bullets and such AMMO - Shooter filler AMMO - "Shells, e.g."AMMO - "Rounds, say"AMMO - Shells and such AMMO - BB's and such AMMO - "Shells, for short"AMMO - Missiles and such AMOF - """I ___ the opinion..."""AMOF - """I ___ the opinion "AMOI - "Mine, in Marseille"AMOI - "Mine, in Montr"AMOI - "Mine, in N"AMOI - "Mine, on the Marne"AMOI - Mine: Fr.

AINT - Grammarian's bugaboo AINT - """___ Too Proud to Beg"" (1966 hit)"AINT - Nonstandard contraction AINT - """It ___ Necessarily So"""AINT - """___ We Got Fun? AIRE - Suffix with zillion AIRE - Suffix with billion AIRE - Suffix with Frigid-AIRE - It flows through Knottingley AIRE - Suffix for the wealthy AIRE - Suffix with trillion AIRE - River of Leeds? acronym AMEX - Trading letters AMEX - Green card issuer AMFM - Kind of radio AMFM - Radio switch AMFM - Broadcasting bands AMFM - Radio letters AMFM - Radio choice AMFM - Radio button AMFM - Band switch AMFM - Switch letters AMFM - Kind of tuner AMFM - Like car radios AMFM - Alternative to satellite AMFM - Satellite precursor AMFM - Like most car radios AMFM - Like some tuners AMFM - Having more than one band AMFM - ___ radio AMFM - Radio type AMFM - Clock-radio switch AMID - In the thick of AMID - During AMID - Surrounded by AMID - In the center of AMID - In AMID - Within AMID - In among AMID - At the hub of AMID - In a group of AMIE - "Female friend, in France"AMIE - Grenoble girlfriend AMIE - Female friend of Fran AMIE - Gallic girlfriend AMIE - French friend AMIE - "Simone de Beauvoir, to Sartre"AMIE - French girlfriend AMIE - "Honey, in Le Havre"AMIE - Friend of Fran AMIE - Sedan sweetie AMIE - "French pen pal, maybe"AMIE - "Troubadour's subject, perhaps"AMIE - French pal AMIE - GAMIE - Brest friend AMIE - Foreign pen pal AMIE - Friendly femme AMIE - 18-Across confidante AMIE - Gaston's girl AMIE - French companion AMIE - Jacques's steady AMIE - "Jeanne to Jean, peut-"AMIE - Guy's girl AMIE - Valentine for Val AMIE - Friend of Nancy AMIE - French gal pal AMIE - Gaston's girlfriend AMIE - Billet-doux writer AMIE - "Pen pal in Paris, perhaps"AMIE - Ch AMIE - Friend who's fran AMIE - French lady friend AMIE - Le Havre honey AMIE - Parisian girlfriend AMIE - Billet-doux recipient AMIE - "Confidante, say"AMIE - Savoie sweetheart AMIE - Date in France? AMIS - Hugo's friends AMIS - "Porthos and Athos, e.g."AMIS - """Jake's Thing"" author"AMIS - """Lucky Jim"" novelist"AMIS - Writer Kingsley AMIS - Soci AMIS - "Athos, Porthos and Aramis"AMIS - Mercutio and Rom AMIS - """Yellow Dog"" author Martin"AMIS - Overseas friends AMIS - "People a Frenchman may address, after ""mes"""AMIS - "Les Trois Mousquetaires, e.g."AMIS - Some foreign pen pals AMIS - """London Fields"" author"AMIS - """Lucky Jim"" novelist, 1954"AMIS - """London Fields"" novelist, 1989"AMIS - "Author of ""Time's Arrow,"" 1991, a novel written in reverse chronological order"AMIS - French friends AMIS - They might give each French kisses AMIS - """Lucky Jim"" author Kingsley"AMIS - """House of Meetings"" novelist, 2006"AMIS - Ones close to le coeur AMIS - Author Kingsley AMIS - """The Pregnant Widow"" author Martin"AMIS - "Author in the 1950s ""angry young men"" movement"AMIS - Friends of Fran AMIS - Pals around in Paris?

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!

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