USA Today - Aug 11 2008

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Clues Answers
''Another Green World'' musician ENO
''It's so obvious!'' DUH
''Rubaiyat'' poet Khayyam OMAR
''You got that right!'' AMEN
1933 Physics Nobelist Paul DIRAC
1972 Nixon host MAO
2004 Will Smith thriller IROBOT
A solo HR earns one RBI
Angioplasty target ARTERY
Ashen PALE
Attribute of 58-A SILENTC
Autocrat of old CZAR
Avoids like the plague SHUNS
Be a busybody MEDDLE
Bit of mistletoe or holly SPRIG
Blue shade NAVY
Bring down the house? RAZE
Butcher's, baker's or candlestick maker's SHOP
Carpenter's finishing touch, perhaps WOODTRIM
Centers of wrapping paper TUBES
Ceramist's need KILN
Cereal box fig. RDA
Champagne name MOET
Constriction of the pupil MIOSIS
Contract loopholes OUTS
Creep (along) INCH
Cronyn of ''Cocoon'' HUME
Dander IRE
Devils' playground? RINK
Discussion stopper GAGRULE
Dog team's burden SLED
Exorcism, e.g. RITE
Extract, as a chemical from a solution ELUTE
Fairy (Var.) PIXY
Fictional rabbit BRER
Figure skating feats AXELS
First name in country music REBA
Gold standard KARAT
Clues Answers
Gregg pro STENO
Gutter site EAVE
Ineffectual WEAK
It helps keep the wheels turning AXLEGREASE
It might be jewel-encrusted TIARA
Italian saint Philip NERI
Japanese cartooning ANIME
Like versatile appliances ACDC
Lionel train path, often OVAL
Loving and lasting leader EVER
Makes like Mt. Etna SPEWS
Marisa of ''Anger Management'' TOMEI
Medium for a medical sample SWAB
Modern camera setting AUTO
Noted Antartic explorer ADMIRALBYRD
On Wilshire Blvd., say INLA
Opposite of charge FLEE
Outfielder's cry MINE
Plexiglas unit PANE
Rush headlong TEAR
Schoolyard retort ISSO
Shade tree with patchy bark SYCAMORE
Shavers LADS
Singer with Xavier Cugat CHARO
Small pair FOURS
Some batteries AAS
Sound heard through a stethoscope RALE
Spanish hands MANOS
Sparkly fabric LAME
Stood firm HELD
Stool softener? SEATCUSHION
They might be engaged ENEMY
Tournament pass BYE
Transgressed BREACHED
Turn down DENY
Was willing to WOULD
Wears out EXHAUSTS
What the first words of 17-A, 10-D and 24-D are REARENDERS
Wild attempt STAB