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Print Puzzle - "Unofficial Titles" by AVXWords on 2/15/2014
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1- What some joints smoke?; 2- Perrier, to the French; 3- Suffix with Gator; 4- Take advantage of; 5- Highly resonant Indian drums; 6- Weeks-early delivery; 7- "Card Players Quarreling" artist Jan; 8- Midback muscle, briefly; 9- "Xanadu" band; 10- Critically acclaimed role-playing game in the "Elder Scrolls" series; 11- Nearsighted toon; 12- Message on a candy heart; 13- Photocopied punk rock publications; 15- Govt. debt instrument; 20- Sacha Baron of stunt comedy; 22- Adams who writes "The Straight Dope"; 23- Itching; 24- Tweet, e.g.; 25- You might have a shot at them; 26- Roman numeral in a Shakespeare title; 27- Noir-era slang for legs; 30- Stand for driving; 31- Finished off; 32- Camping in a camper; 33- Noir-era slang for a safecracker; 35- Bigger than big; 36- Straddle, say; 37- Apt to, um ... sorry, what was I saying?; 38- South American monkey; 42- Scene-ending words; 43- "The Namesake" author Jhumpa; 44- Like some modern mustaches; 45- Urban blights; 46- Choice; 47- Name on a sign outside a house for sale; 48- Empty; 49- Arabic honorific; 53- Nickel, e.g.; 54- For each; 56- "Now it's like 'Murder, ___ Wrote' once I get you out them clothes" (R. Kelly lyric); 57- Little bit; 58- Suffix with glob-; 59- Lion's lair;