Comparison for cs2006-02-14

  • Title: 3/9/98 A MODEST PROPOSAL
  • Author: by Peter Gordon, edited by Stanley Newman
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  • Title: February 14, 2006 - "Holding Court"
  • Author: By Randall J. Hartman
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A1. "Shoo!" ~ SCRAM
A1. Auction offers ~ BIDS
A6. Went too fast ~ SPED
A5. Golf course hazard ~ TRAP
A10. Sharp blow in karate ~ CHOP
A9. Tamale topping ~ SALSA
A14. Scarlett of "Gone With the Wind" ~ OHARA
A14. Opera highlight ~ ARIA
A15. Mata __ (infamous spy) ~ HARI
A15. Feeling of optimism ~ HOPE
A16. Angel topper ~ HALO
A16. Prufrock's creator ~ ELIOT
A17. Large ocean vessel ~ LINER
A17. Louisiana politician Huey ~ LONG
A18. "I cannot tell __" ~ ALIE
A18. Fragrant flower ~ ROSE
A19. Had a debt ~ OWED
A19. Actress Verdugo ~ ELENA
A20. It's given when asking 48 Across ~ ENGAGEMENTRING
A20. The gift ~ ENGAGEMENTRING
A23. Sailor's affirmative ~ AYE
A23. 2004 Jamie Foxx film ~ RAY
A24. Auto ~ CAR
A24. Queen of the coop ~ HEN
A25. Grown up ~ MATURE
A25. Analyzed syntactically ~ PARSED
A29. Winnie-the-__ ~ POOH
A29. Produced offspring ~ BRED
A31. Actress Thurman ~ UMA
A31. Home of the Mustangs (abbr.) ~ SMU
A34. Too big, weightwise ~ OBESE
A34. Choose the window instead of the aisle? ~ ELOPE
A35. Flirt's signal ~ WINK
A35. Former "Tonight Show" host Jack ~ PAAR
A36. Got __ the ground floor ~ INON
A36. Bridge length ~ SPAN
A37. Asks 48 Across ~ POPSTHEQUESTION
A37. The place ~ ROMANTICSETTING
A40. ". . . lived happily __ after" ~ EVER
A40. Change for a five ~ ONES
A41. Musical composition ~ OPUS
A41. Each ~ APOP
A42. The U of UV ~ ULTRA
A42. Condor's nest ~ AERIE
A43. Actor Billy __ Williams ~ DEE
A43. Keanu's role in "The Matrix Reloaded" ~ NEO
A44. Poker-pot starter ~ ANTE
A44. Small warbler ~ WREN
A45. Except ~ UNLESS
A45. Show up ~ APPEAR
A46. Dessert served a la mode ~ PIE
A46. Mick Jagger or Paul McCartney ~ SIR
A47. Common conjunction ~ AND
A47. Stand buy? ~ ADE
A48. Proposal ~ WILLYOUMARRYME
A48. The question ~ WILLYOUMARRYME
A56. Walk in water ~ WADE
A56. Dieter's meal ~ SALAD
A57. __ fide ~ BONA
A57. Fashion designer Cassini ~ OLEG
A58. "Old MacDonald" refrain ~ EIEIO
A58. Always ~ EVER
A59. Singer Fitzgerald ~ ELLA
A59. Martini garnishment ~ OLIVE
A60. Israeli submachine guns ~ UZIS
A60. "Riders of the Purple Sage" author Grey ~ ZANE
A61. Spot on clothing ~ STAIN
A61. "___ me up, Scotty" ~ BEAM
A62. Ran in the washing machine ~ BLED
A62. Take the rudder ~ STEER
A63. Butterfly catchers ~ NETS
A63. Wraps up ~ ENDS
A64. Bombay garments ~ SARIS
A64. Nick and Nora's pooch ~ ASTA
D1. Bottom of a shoe ~ SOLE
D1. Bundle of hay ~ BALE
D2. Beard's place ~ CHIN
D2. Word preceding hand or fist ~ IRON
D3. Sounded a bell ~ RANG
D3. Fender bender result ~ DING
D4. Neighborhood ~ AREA
D4. Tale of heroism ~ SAGA
D5. Thatcher of Britain ~ MARGARET
D5. This gets poked in the eye ~ THREAD
D6. Put to __ (outdo) ~ SHAME
D6. Spacious ~ ROOMY
D7. Fair-skinned ~ PALE
D7. Church recess ~ APSE
D8. Moran of "Happy Days" ~ ERIN
D8. Part of a hammer head ~ PEEN
D9. Competitor of Tab ~ DIETCOKE
D9. Become ticked off ~ SEERED
D10. Church singing group ~ CHOIR
D10. Texas Hold 'Em bet ~ ALLIN
D11. Goldie of "Private Benjamin" ~ HAWN
D11. Contractor's claim ~ LIEN
D12. Designer Cassini ~ OLEG
D12. Musical feature ~ SONG
D13. Pea's home ~ POD
D13. ___ loss for words ~ ATA
D21. CBS logo ~ EYE
D21. Color of the jacket worn by the Masters winner ~ GREEN
D22. Cheerleader's sound ~ RAH
D22. "Been ___, done that" ~ THERE
D25. Bike that has an engine ~ MOPED
D25. Eva of Argentina ~ PERON
D26. None of the __ ~ ABOVE
D26. Flying solo ~ ALONE
D27. Native American home ~ TEPEE
D27. Juliet's beloved ~ ROMEO
D28. Where Gorbachev ruled: Abbr. ~ USSR
D28. Mineral springs ~ SPAS
D29. Arouse, as interest ~ PIQUE
D29. Breakfast side ~ BACON
D30. Burden ~ ONUS
D30. File that can't be opened ~ RASP
D31. Join together ~ UNITE
D31. Steeple top ~ SPIRE
D32. Secures with cables ~ MOORS
D32. Enthusiasm, to the max ~ MANIA
D33. Karenina et al. ~ ANNAS
D33. Felix of "The Odd Couple" ~ UNGER
D35. Cried ~ WEPT
D35. Main part? ~ PIPE
D36. "__ be a cold day in July . . ." ~ ITLL
D36. Pas de deux piece ~ STEP
D38. Sweetheart ~ HONEYBUN
D38. Hang around ~ TARRY
D39. Woman's summer garment ~ SUNDRESS
D39. Come to the point? ~ TAPER
D44. Feel poorly ~ AIL
D44. "Our Town" playwright Thornton ~ WILDER
D45. Spanish article ~ UNA
D45. "What goes up must come down" and the like ~ ADAGES
D46. Say "Not guilty" ~ PLEAD
D46. Joseph, while in Egypt ~ SLAVE
D47. Accumulate ~ AMASS
D47. Rectify ~ AMEND
D48. Room divider ~ WALL
D48. Cartoon pioneer Disney ~ WALT
D49. Keep the engine running ~ IDLE
D49. Tennis bad boy Nastase ~ ILIE
D50. Seep slowly ~ OOZE
D50. Seep ~ OOZE
D51. Pound or gallon ~ UNIT
D51. ___ Bator, Mongolia ~ ULAN
D52. Moreno or Hayworth ~ RITA
D52. Country chanteuse McEntire ~ REBA
D53. 1998, for example ~ YEAR
D53. French actor Montand ~ YVES
D54. 1003, in old Rome ~ MIII
D54. Butcher's stock ~ MEAT
D55. Long periods of time ~ EONS
D55. "Just Wait Till You Have Children of Your Own!" author Bombeck ~ ERMA
D56. Spider's creation ~ WEB
D56. Distress signal ~ SOS

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