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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? 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ALDA - Co-star of Farrell and Swit ALDA - "Joe Tynan's portrayer, 1979"ALDA - """Betsy's Wedding"" star"ALDA - """The Four Seasons"" star"ALDA - """M*A*S*H"" star"ALDA - """The Seduction of Joe Tynan"" star"ALDA - Swit's TV co-star ALDA - Actor Alan ALDA - """A New Life"" director"ALDA - "Pierce player on ""M*A*S*H"""ALDA - Actor whose last name has three letters of his first ALDA - "Robert of ""Guys and Dolls"""ALDA - 1940's-80's actor Robert ALDA - """Betsy's Wedding"" director"ALDA - Actor Robert or Alan ALDA - Emmy-winner Alan ALDA - Pierce's portrayer ALDA - 13-Down player ALDA - "Alan of ""The Seduction of Joe Tynan"""ALDA - "Alan of ""M*A*S*H"""ALDA - """The Aviator"" actor, 2004"ALDA - """Same Time, Next Year"" star"ALDA - "Longtime host of ""Scientific American Frontiers"""ALDA - "Oscar nominee for ""The Aviator,"" 2004"ALDA - Pierce player ALDA - "Alan of ""Betsy's Wedding"""ALDA - "Tony winner for ""Guys and Dolls,"" 1951"ALDA - "Plimpton portrayer in ""Paper Lion"""ALDA - "Tynan player in ""The Seduction of Joe Tynan"""ALDA - "Tony nominee for ""Glengarry Glen Ross"""ALDA - "Robert who won a Tony for ""Guys and Dolls"""ALDA - "Alan who directed and starred in ""Betsy's Wedding"""ALDA - "2006 Emmy winner for ""The West Wing"""ALDA - Pierce player on TVALDA - Capt. "" (proud parents' phrase)"ABOY - """___ Named Sue"""ABOY - "Johnny Cash's ""___ Named Sue"""ABOY - """When I was ___..."""ABRA - Start and end of a magician's cry ABRA - Start of a magician's cry ABRA - Incantation opener ABRA - Magical opening ABRA - Start of an incantation ABRA - Spelling start? "" (Shakespearean interjection)"ALAS - """Such a pity"""ALAS - """'Tis a pity"""ALAS - """A pity"""ALAS - As bad luck would have it ALAS - """___ the day! """ALAW - ___ unto itself ALAW - ___ unto himself ALAW - "What ""there oughta be"""ALAW - What there oughta be ALBA - Duke of ___ (Philip II's adviser)ALBA - "Goya's ""Duchess of ___"""ALBA - "Jessica of ""Dark Angel"""ALBA - Duchess of ___ (Goya model)ALBA - """Dark Angel"" star Jessica"ALBA - """Duchess of ___,"" Goya painting"ALBA - """Duchess of ___"" (Goya work)"ALBA - "___ Longa, birthplace of Romulus and Remus"ALBA - "Duchess of ___, Goya subject"ALBA - Whence Goya's duchess ALBA - """Sin City"" actress, 2005"ALBA - Actress Jessica ALBA - "Jessica of ""Fantastic Four"" films"ALBA - "Jessica of ""Fantastic Four"""ALBA - Terra ___ (pulverized gypsum)ALBA - """Valentine's Day"" co-star, 2010"ALBA - "Francisco Goya's ""Duchess of ___"""ALBA - "___ Longa, ancient city founded by the son of Aeneas"ALBA - "Jessica of ""Good Luck Chuck"""ALBA - Spanish general Duke of ___ALBA - "Goya's ""The Duchess of ___"""ALBA - Troubadour's dawn song ALBA - "Dawn, to a don"ALBA - Goya's duchess ALBS - Chancel wear ALBS - Clerical clothing ALBS - Fathers' robes ALBS - Mass apparel ALBS - Narrow-sleeved garments ALBS - Priests' garb ALBS - Garments covered by amices ALBS - Priestly robes ALBS - Priests' vestments ALBS - Priestly wear ALBS - Linen vestments ALBS - Priests' garments ALBS - Priestly garb ALBS - Clergyman's closetful ALBS - Celebrants' wear ALCS - Part of baseball's postseason: Abbr. A., e.g."ABBR - "39-Down, e.g."ABBR - "Tues., for Tuesday"ABBR - "This answer, for instance"ABBR - "Shortened form, in shortened form"ABBY - """Dear"" advice-giver"ABBY - """Dear"" lady"ABBY - """Dear"" one"ABBY - """Eight Is Enough"" wife"ABBY - """Dear"" dispenser of advice"ABBY - """Dear ___"""ABBY - """Dear"" columnist"ABBY - "John Prine's ""Dear ___"""ABBY - Apt name for a nun? """ABET - Help ABET - """Not on ___"""ABET - Aid and ___ABET - "Play lookout for, for example"ABET - "Aid by being a lookout, e.g."ABET - Opposite of hinder ABET - Assist in wrongdoing ABET - Look out for? Arthur"ALAN - Playwright Ayckbourn ALAN - Ladd or Greenspan ALAN - "Actor Young of TV's ""Mister Ed"""ALAN - Commentator Keyes ALAN - Lyricist Lerner ALAN - "The first ""A"" of A. Milne"ALAN - Rock radio pioneer Freed ALAN - Actor Rickman ALAN - ___ Jay Lerner of Lerner & Loewe ALAN - An Arkin ALAN - Presidential middle name ALAN - Religious philosopher Watts ALAN - King or Shepard ALAN - English actor Bates ALAN - Poet Seeger ALAN - Broadway's ___ Jay Lerner ALAN - Late bridge columnist Truscott ALAN - Chester Arthur's middle name ALAN - "___ Turing, the Father of Computer Science"ALAN - English playwright Ayckbourn ALAN - "Alda of ""What Women Want"""ALAN - "One of TV's ""Two and a Half Men"""ALAN - Bean who was the fourth man to walk on the moon ALAN - Lawyer Dershowitz ALAN - "Actor Ford of ""Snatch"""ALAN - Astronaut Shepard or Bean ALAN - Lyricist Bergman ALAN - Shepard who walked on the moon ALAN - "Alda of ""M*A*S*H"""ALAN - Singer Jackson with more than 20 #1 country hits ALAN - Pundit Colmes ALAN - "Lightman who wrote ""Einstein's Dreams"""ALAN - Pioneering D. Freed ALAN - Country star Jackson ALAN - Comedian King ALAN - The Fed's Greenspan ALAN - "With 31-Down, ""Sweet Liberty"" star"ALAN - "With 8-Down, ""Shane"" star"ALAN - Arkin of Hollywood ALAN - Economist Greenspan ALAN - "___ Turing, a founding father of computer science"ALAN - Actor Rickman of the Harry Potter films ALAN - Political commentator Colmes ALAN - "One of the men on ""Two and a Half Men"""ALAN - "Cumming of ""Nicholas Nickleby"""ALAN - Ex-Sen. """ALAS - Wistful word ALAS - Sorry to say ALAS - Resigned remark ALAS - "Opposite of ""Hurray! ABET - Aid in a felony ABET - Help in a heist ABET - Aid's partner ABET - "Help, as a lawbreaker"ABET - Be an accessory to ABET - "Help, as a prankster"ABET - Aid in crime ABET - "Act as lookout, say"ABET - Help at a holdup ABET - Help in ways one shouldn't ABET - Help in crime ABET - Help in a holdup ABET - """Not on ___! "")"ABET - Assist in high jinks ABET - """Not on ___! Arthur"ALAN - Money man Greenspan ALAN - Rock 'n' roll pioneer Freed ALAN - Ladd or Alda ALAN - Conservative Keyes ALAN - Astronaut Shepard ALAN - Astronaut Bean ALAN - Mathematician Turing ALAN - Fed head Greenspan ALAN - Computer scientist Turing ALAN - Banking chief Greenspan ALAN - Author Paton ALAN - Greenspan of the Fed ALAN - "With 15-Down, ""This Gun for Hire"" star"ALAN - Money guru Greenspan ALAN - King of comedy ALAN - Fed chairman Greenspan ALAN - Shepard in space ALAN - Harvard's Dershowitz ALAN - Actor Bates ALAN - The ALAN - "The ""A"" in Chester A.

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