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ADAM - Man without parents ADAM - Very early 2-Down ADAM - "To whom God said ""You are dust, and to dust you shall return"""ADAM - Garden of Eden man ADAM - Garden dweller ADAM - See 41-Across ADAM - Famous rib donor ADAM - Eden dweller ADAM - Dweller in Paradise ADAM - Sixth-day creation ADAM - Resident of 63-Across ADAM - Classic Rodin sculpture ADAM - 1910 Rodin sculpture at the Met ADAM - First name? coli eat AGAR - Ice cream thickener AGAR - Lab gel AGAR - Ice cream thickening agent AGAR - Culture medium AGAR - Petri dish gel AGAR - Seaweed product AGAR - It helps a culture advance AGAR - Lab medium AGAR - Gelatin substitute AGAR - Bacteriologist's base AGAR - "Environment for multiplication, of sorts"AGAR - Petri dish stuff AGAR - Food stabilizer AGAR - Gelatinous ingredient in desserts AGAR - "John who co-starred in ""Sands of Iwo Jima"""AGAR - Clarifying agent in brewing AGAR - Cultural aid? AGAR - Thickening agent in food AGAR - Ice cream additive AGAR - 1934 Pulitzer author Herbert AGAR - "Actor John, once married to Shirley Temple"AGAR - 1934 Pulitzer writer Herbert AGAR - """The People's Choice"" historian Herbert"AGAR - 1934 Pulitzer winner Herbert AGAR - It makes things gel AGAR - Algae product AGAR - Mold medium AGAR - Germs might grow in it AGAS - Foreign titles AGAS - """What ___! AGES - "A long, long time"AGES - Dark ___AGES - All ___ (words on a game box)AGES - A long stretch AGES - "So, so long"AGES - A long time AGES - Gets on in years AGES - Dating service data AGES - Period between blue moons AGES - "With 19-Across, far back"AGES - Years on end AGES - Long time AGES - """Forever"""AGES - Seeming eternity AGES - Grays AGES - "Improves, as cheese"AGES - Ripens AGES - Entries in a family album AGES - Many a moon AGET - "Time for potty training, maybe"AGFA - Alternative to Kodak or Fuji AGFA - Kodak competitor AGFA - Fuji competitor AGFA - Kodak rival AGFA - Film brand AGFA - Fuji rival AGFA - Konica competitor AGFA - Kodak or Fuji competitor AGHA - Turkish title AGHA - Ottoman title AGHA - ___ Khan (Muslim leader)AGHA - Muslim honorific AGHA - Near Eastern honorific AGHA - Turkish honorific AGHA - Turkish official AGHA - Eastern panjandrum AGHA - Turkish V. Moto AHSO - """Now I get it,"" facetiously"AHSO - """I get it now"""AHSO - """Got it"""AHSO - """I see,"" kiddingly"AHSO - """Now I see! Moto AHUM - Buzzing AIDA - Heather Headley title role on Broadway AIDA - Award-winning Disney Broadway musical AIDA - Slave girl of opera AIDA - Verdi opera AIDA - Broadway hit co-written by Elton John AIDA - Cairo debut of 1871AIDA - Verdi heroine AIDA - It opened in 1871AIDA - Opera set in Egypt AIDA - Disney musical AIDA - "Its closing duet is ""O terra, addio"""AIDA - Fictional slave girl AIDA - "Turturro of ""The Sopranos"""AIDA - 2000 Broadway hit AIDA - Opera set along the Nile AIDA - Slave of opera AIDA - John/Rice musical AIDA - It's set in Egypt AIDA - """O patria mia"" source"AIDA - It's set partly at the Temple of Vulcan AIDA - "Broadway musical with the song ""The Gods Love Nubia"""AIDA - """Gloria all'Egitto"" opera"AIDA - *Lover of Radames AIDA - Operatic slave AIDA - 1953 Loren title role AIDA - She dies with Radames AIDA - """Celeste ___"" (aria)"AIDA - "Musical that opens with ""Every Story Is a Love Story"""AIDA - 2000 musical that won four Tonys AIDA - Musical featuring Nubians AIDA - "Verdi's ""Celeste ___"""AIDA - Slave entombed with Radames AIDA - Opera set in ancient Egypt AIDA - A slave to opera?

ADAM - """As You Like It"" servant"ADAM - ___ Clayton Powell Jr. box, e.g."ADDS - Follows a recipe direction ADDS - Puts 2 and 2 together ADDS - Tacks on ADDS - Does sums ADDS - Does simple arithmetic ADDS - Throws in ADDS - Combines ADDS - Subjoins ADDS - Uses an abacus ADDS - Mounts (up to)ADDS - Totals up ADDS - Contributes ADDS - Finds the sum ADDS - Puts on ADDS - Sums (up)ADDS - Does simple math ADDS - Counts up ADDS - Says further ADDS - Affixes ADDS - Interjects ADDS - Stirs in ADDS - Puts in extra ADDS - Takes on ADDS - Tosses in ADDS - Tallies ADDS - Mentions further ADDS - "Uses the "" "" function"ADDS - Opposite of subtracts ADDS - Annexes ADDS - Comments further ADDS - Kicks in ADDS - Elaborates ADDS - Puts in ADDS - States further ADDS - Inserts ADDS - Puts together ADDS - Stirs in ingredients ADDS - Appends ADDS - Goes on ADDS - Puts two and two together ADEE - """Zip-___-Doo-Dah"""ADEE - Chick's ending ADEE - """Song of the South"" song syllables"ADEE - Chick's tail? ADEE - Suffix with chick ADEE - Chick follower ADEN - Mideast's Gulf of ___ADEN - Yemeni port ADEN - Port near Ta'izz ADEN - Yemen's chief port ADEN - Djibouti's Gulf of ___ADEN - "Gulf of ___, off the coast of Yemen"ADEN - Yemeni city ADEN - Gulf port ADEN - Gulf of ___ (entrance to the Red Sea)ADEN - Major oil port ADEN - Port city built around an old volcano crater ADEN - Port on a gulf of the same name ADEN - Chief Yemeni port ADEN - Mideast port ADEN - Near Eastern port ADEN - Former British colony in Arabia ADEN - Major oil refinery port ADEN - """Homage to Clio"" poet"ADEN - Mideast harbor city ADEN - "Gulf of ___, off the Horn of Africa"ADEN - City that lost capital status in 1990ADEN - Port near the Red Sea ADEN - Mideast city that was once a British protectorate ADEN - Arabian Peninsula port ADEN - Port annexed by Britain in 1839ADEN - Main port of Yemen ADEN - "Gulf of ___, modern pirates' realm"ADEN - Present-day site of the ancient port city Eudaemon ADEN - Yemeni seaport ADEN - Port SSE of Sana ADEN - Yemen's Gulf of ___ADEN - Former British colony ADEN - Port in Yemen ADEN - Gulf of ___ADEN - Former capital near 44-Across ADEN - Gulf east of Djibouti ADEN - Yemeni capital ADEN - Gulf capital ADEN - Former crown colony ADEN - Former British protectorate ADEN - Trading partner of ancient Tyre ADEN - The Mideast's Gulf of ___ADES - Sidewalk stand libations ADES - Sidewalk stand sales ADES - Fruity coolers ADES - Summer heat-beaters ADES - Citrus drinks ADES - Summer drinks ADES - Lemon and orange drinks ADES - Some punches ADES - Fruit juices ADES - Juice bar stock ADES - Summer quaffs ADES - Summer coolers ADES - Some vitamin C sources ADES - Cool drinks ADES - Juice drinks ADES - Citrus coolers ADES - Sidewalk stand beverages ADES - Drinks stirred in pitchers ADES - Sugary drinks ADES - Sweet drinks ADES - Stirred drinks ADES - Pitchers may hold them ADES - Sidewalk stand drinks ADES - Sidewalk stand quaffs ADES - Some pitcherfuls ADES - Fruit drinks ADES - Fruit beverages ADES - Sidewalk stand buys ADES - Hot-weather quenchers ADES - Fruity drinks ADES - Stand buys ADES - They're usually fruit-flavored ADES - "Vitamin C providers, maybe"ADES - Lime coolers ADES - Drinks with vitamin CADES - Thirst slakers ADES - Citrus quaffs ADES - Thirst quenchers ADES - Lemon and lime drinks ADES - They might get drunk in the summer ADES - Lime drinks ADGS - Lead ___ life ADIA - 1998 Sarah Mc Lachlan hit ADIA - Top 5 song by Sarah Mc Lachlan ADIA - Sarah Mc Lachlan hit ADIA - """___, I do believe I failed you"" (opening of a 1998 hit)"ADIA - Top 10 hit for Sarah Mc Lachlan ADIA - 1998 Sarah Mc Lachlan song ADIA - "Hit from the 1997 album ""Surfacing"""ADIA - "#3 hit from the 1997 album ""Surfacing"""ADIG - Take ___ at (insult)ADIM - Take ___ view of ADIN - "Game point, in tennis"ADIN - Tennis score after deuce ADIN - "Server's edge, on the court"ADIN - Deuce follower ADIN - Game point situation ADIN - "Server's edge, to Sampras"ADIN - "Deuce follower, in tennis"ADIN - Tennis edge ADIN - Situation favoring the server ADIN - Server's edge ADIN - Score in tennis ADIN - Score after deuce ADIN - It may follow 40-40ADIN - Tennis score ADIN - Serving edge ADIN - Score just before winning a game ADIN - Point after deuce ADIN - Score just before winning ADIN - "Score just before victory, maybe"ADIN - "Score before winning a game, maybe"ADIN - Situation before many a game is won ADIN - "Point before ""game,"" maybe"ADIN - Good situation for a server ADIN - "Score right before a win, maybe"ADIN - It's not the breaking point ADIN - Court call ADIN - Service edge ADIN - Open score ADIN - "Point after deuce, maybe"ADIN - "Score after deuce, in tennis"ADIN - "Point before ""game"""ADIN - Tie-breaking point ADIO - Sound ADIP - Go for ___ADIP - Took ___ (went swimming)ADIP - Take ___ (go swimming)ADIT - Shaft's end ADIT - Mine entrance ADIT - Mine opening ADIT - Mine access ADIT - Access for a collier ADIT - Passage to get 8-Down ADIT - Miner's entry ADIT - Colliery access ADIT - Shaft entrance ADIT - Pit passage ADIT - Collier's entrance ADJT - Mil. AFRO - ___-Cuban music AFRO - Old Michael Jackson do AFRO - Natural do AFRO - Natural hairstyle AFRO - Bushy hairdo AFRO - Bushy coif AFRO - Bygone hairstyle AFRO - 70's do AFRO - 60's haircut AFRO - Opposite of a buzz cut AFRO - Cornrows alternative AFRO - Curly do AFRO - 60's hairdo AFRO - "Round, full do"AFRO - Old-fashioned do AFRO - Naturally curly hairdo AFRO - Hendrix hairdo AFRO - Frizzy coif AFST - On ___ track AFTA - Popular shaving lotion AFTA - Brand of shaving products AFTA - Mennen shaving brand AFTA - Brut rival AFTA - Brand seen near razors AFTA - Shaving lotion brand AFTA - English Leather alternative AFTA - Old Spice alternative AFTA - Old Spice rival AFTS - Teatimes: Abbr. AFTS - Backs of boats AFTS - Times in classifieds AFTS - "Times of day, in classifieds"AFTS - Early p.m.'s AFTS - P. ___ in Kalamazoo"""AGAL - """I've Got ___ in Kalamazoo"""AGAL - """I got ___ ..."""AGAL - """___ in Calico"" (jazz standard)"AGAL - "1946 hit ""___ in Calico"""AGAL - """___ in Calico"" (1946 song)"AGAL - """___ in Calico"" (hit of the 40's)"AGAR - Gelatinlike base AGAR - Seaweed substance AGAR - "So-called ""Chinese gelatin"""AGAR - "Actor John of ""Sands of Iwo Jima"""AGAR - """Fort Apache"" actor, 1948"AGAR - Biology lab supply AGAR - Food thickening agent AGAR - Petri dish filler AGAR - Where bacteria may flourish AGAR - Gel made from seaweed AGAR - Thickening agent AGAR - Culture contents AGAR - Seaweed extract AGAR - Chinese gelatin AGAR - Germs may grow in it AGAR - "Herbert who won a Pulitzer for ""The People's Choice"""AGAR - Ice cream ingredient AGAR - Food thickener AGAR - What E. """AGES - All-___ (G-rated)AGES - """It's been ___"""AGES - Matures AGES - Adriatic port AGES - Gets older AGES - Census stats AGES - Passes the time? Moto remark AHSO - Mock reply of understanding AHSO - "Facetious ""I see"""AHSO - Mock comment of understanding AHSO - Comment from Mr.

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?

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"""ABIT - Slightly ABIT - """This won't hurt ___"""ABIT - Kind of ABIT - Just slightly ABIT - Not much ABIT - Partially ABIT - """It won't hurt ___"""ABIT - Rather ABLE - Cutting the mustard ABLE - Talented ABLE - Qualified ABLE - Skillful ABLE - Up to the task ABLE - Empowered ABLE - Practiced ABLE - Au fait ABLE - Skilled ABLE - Fit ABLE - Fully qualified ABLE - Fully fit ABLE - In a position to help ABLE - Competent ABLE - Up to the job ABLE - Up to snuff ABLE - Up to it ABLE - Baker's predecessor ABLE - Highly adroit ABLE - Partner of ready and willing ABLE - Good enough to 2-Down ABLE - Equipped ABLE - ___-bodied ABLE - Fit for duty ABLE - Experienced ABLE - Having the resources ABLE - Having the right stuff ABLE - Proficient ABLE - ___-bodied seaman ABLE - Well-suited ABLE - "Word that keeps the same meaning if ""cap-"" is added at the front"ABLE - Having the know-how ABLE - Good at one's job ABLE - See 93-Across ABLE - Adept ABLE - Ready and willing's partner ABLE - Permitted ABLE - """___ to leap tall buildings..."""ABLE - Seaman's description ABLE - Accomplished ABLE - Efficient ABLE - Functioning in all respects ABLE - Not impotent ABLE - Strong of body and mind ABLE - Masterful ABLE - Up to speed ABLY - With skill ABLY - With adroitness ABLY - With competence ABLY - Skillfully ABLY - With proficiency ABLY - Well ABLY - How experts work ABMS - Means of defense: Abbr. """ABOO - See 29-Down ABOO - """Peek-___"""ABOO - """Peek-___, I see you! ABOO - """Bug ___"" (1999 Destiny's Child hit)"ABOO - Peek follower ABOO - "It follows ""peek"" in a baby's game"ABOO - Ending with bug or peek ABOT - "Literally, ""father"""ABOU - """___ Ben Adhem"" (Leigh Hunt poem)"ABOU - """___ ben Adhem"""ABOU - ___ ben Adhem ABOU - """___ Ben Adhem,"" Leigh Hunt poem"ABOU - "Leigh Hunt's ""___ Ben Adhem"""ABOU - """___ Ben Adhem"" (English poem)"ABOU - Part of many Arab names ABOW - """Take ___"" (1994 Madonna hit)"ABOX - In ___ (confined)ABOY - "Sondheim's ""___ Like That"""ABOY - """It's ___! """ALAS - """Unfortunately ..."""ALAS - """___, poor Yorick! "" sounds"AAHS - Contented sighs (and a homophonic hint to this puzzle's theme)AAHS - Expressions of relief AAHS - Sounds of pleasure AAHS - Examination room sounds AAHS - Music to masseurs' ears AAHS - Sounds of delight AAHS - Sounds from the masseur's room AAND - Texas ___ MAANI - Emporio ___AARE - Bern's river AARE - River known in ancient times as Obringa AARE - Alpine river AARE - River to the Rhine AARE - Bern is on it AARE - It flows through the Lake of Thun AARE - Swiss river AARE - River of Bern AARE - Europe's Gorge of the ___AARE - Sight from Bern AARE - Swiss bank site AARE - Alpine stream AARE - Thun's river AARE - Rhine tributary AARE - It rises in the Bernese Alps AARE - River of Switzerland AARE - It has banks in Bern AARE - River through Interlaken AARE - Lake Thun's river AARE - Interlaken's river AARE - River with the Reichenbach Falls AARE - Rhein tributary AARE - Webster's first river AARE - It flows past Olten AARE - It has banks in Switzerland AARE - It established banks in Switzerland AARE - It has Swiss banks AARE - Rhine feeder AARE - Longest river entirely in Switzerland AARE - Drainer of most of Switzerland AARE - River known to the ancients as Obringa AARE - River through Bern AARE - Swiss stream AARE - River from the Bernese Alps AARP - 50-and-up grp. "" (helm command)"ALEE - Salt's direction ALEE - """Hard ___! ALEE - "Protected, at sea"ALEE - Direction at sea ALEE - Nautical heading ALEE - "Sheltered, nautically"ALEE - Helm position ALEE - Protected ALEE - "Toward shelter, nautically"ALEE - """Hard ___! Yankee ALER - "Devil Ray or Blue Jay, for short"ALER - "D-Ray, e.g."ALER - Yank or Ranger ALER - "Oriole or Blue Jay, for short"ALER - Yank or Tiger ALER - "Ray, e.g., in brief"ALER - "Tiger or Twin, briefly"ALER - "Any pro designated hitter, briefly"ALER - Jay or Ray ALER - Yank or Ray ALER - "Oriole, e.g., briefly"ALER - "Oriole or Tiger, informally"ALER - "Angel, e.g., for short"ALER - Yank or Blue Jay ALER - "Oakland A, e.g."ALER - "Di Mag, e.g., for his entire career"ALER - "Tiger, e.g., informally"ALER - "A, Jay or Ray"ALER - "34-Across, e.g., for short"ALER - "O, e.g."ALES - They're on tap in taprooms ALES - """Light"" and ""dark"" orders"ALES - Some drafts ALES - Saloon orders ALES - Pub stock ALES - Stout relatives ALES - Pub pints ALES - Bartenders tender them ALES - Bitter drinks ALES - Stein fillers ALES - Inn inventory ALES - Pub offerings ALES - Bass and others ALES - Schooner fillers ALES - Pub potables ALES - Some are pale ALES - Amber brews ALES - Pub round ALES - Stout drinks ALES - Molson and others ALES - They may fill yards ALES - Yard sales? ALEE - Sheltered ALEE - "Out of the wind, nautically"ALEE - """Hard ___! AIRS - Put on ___ (act snooty)AIRY - Well-ventilated AIRY - Breezy AIRY - Open to the breeze AIRY - Light and open AIRY - Unsubstantial AIRY - Light AIRY - Full of breezes AIRY - Open-roofed AIRY - Bright and breezy AIRY - Light as a feather AIRY - Insubstantial AIRY - Delicate AIRY - Hardly stuffy AIRY - Not stuffy AIRY - Open AIRY - Open to breezes AIRY - Ethereal AIRY - Subject to breezes AIRY - Subject to a draft AIRY - Gossamer AITS - River isles AITS - Small islands AITS - Islets AITS - Isles AITS - River islands AITS - British isles AIWA - Audio equipment brand AIWA - Sony competitor AIWA - Panasonic competitor AIWA - Sony subsidiary AIWA - Sanyo competitor AIWA - Sony brand AJAB - Take ___ at (criticize)AJAM - "Stuck, after ""in"""AJAM - In ___ (having trouble)AJAM - In ___ (stuck)AJAR - Not quite shut AJAR - Like some doors AJAR - Open a crack AJAR - Open a bit AJAR - Slightly open AJAR - Admitting a draft AJAR - Not latched AJAR - Close to closed AJAR - Cracked open AJAR - Cracked a bit AJAR - Cracked AJAR - Discordant AJAR - Not quite closed AJAR - """When it's ___"" (old riddle answer)"AJAR - Between open and closed AJAR - Leaving a small opening AJAR - Just open AJAR - Open slightly AJAR - A bit cracked? betrayer arrested in 1994AMES - Where the Iowa Straw Poll is done AMES - Home of Iowa State University AMES - Presidential straw poll city AMES - Home of a Big 12 school AMES - City north of Des Moines AMES - Columnist and graphic novelist Jonathan AMES - Infamous Aldrich AMES - Midwest college town AMES - ___ Research Center (NASA lab in Silicon Valley)AMES - Brothers' name of 40's-50's music AMES - Home of the N. AIRS - Superciliousness AIRS - Celebrities may put them on AIRS - A show of vanity AIRS - Televises AIRS - Something to put on? A.'s Cyclones AMES - City on the Skunk AMES - Reformer Jessie AMES - Spy in 1994 headlines AMES - Early American orator Fisher ___AMES - Iowa State University site AMES - "Cathy of ""East of Eden"""AMES - Site of Iowa State AMES - ___ Brothers of 40's-50's music AMES - City half an hour north of Des Moines AMES - Home of the Cyclones AMES - University town west of Cedar Rapids AMES - City southeast of Fort Dodge AMES - Spy Aldrich ___AMEX - Trader's abbr. ADAM - Creation on the sixth day ADAM - One who raised Cain ADAM - Garden party? AFAR - Many miles off AFAR - "Winston Churchill's ""___ Country"""AFAR - Way off AFAR - In the distance AFAR - Off yonder AFAR - "Out of range, maybe"AFAR - From a distance AFAR - Way out there AFAR - Out there AFAR - At a distance AFAR - Miles off AFAR - Many miles away AFAR - "Over the hill, maybe"AFAR - Really out there AFAR - Miles away AFAR - Somewhere over the rainbow AFAR - Yonder AFAR - From quite a distance AFAR - Way over there AFAR - Well out of range AFAR - Light years away AFAR - Way out AFAR - One way to travel AFAR - Cry ___AFAR - Off in the distance AFAR - A long way off AFAR - """It's ___ cry from..."""AFAR - ___ cry AFAR - Quite some distance off AFAR - At some distance AFAR - Some miles away AFAR - Yon AFAT - """... AFBS - "Andrews and Edwards, for two: Abbr."AFBS - Place for B-2s and B-52s: Abbr. 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. Rookie of the Year"AGEE - Critic James AGEE - Posthumous Pulitzer winner of 1958AGEE - """A Death in the Family"" author James"AGEE - Tommie of the Amazins AGEE - Tommie of the 1969 World Series Mets AGEE - Pulitzer-winning James AGEE - Onetime Mets slugger Tommie AGEE - Noted 1940's film critic AGEE - 1958 Pulitzer winner AGEE - Author who won a posthumous Pulitzer in 1958AGEE - Philip with a 1975 best seller on C. 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!

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