Comparison for cs2006-05-01

  • Title: "TIER DROP" (FEBRUARY 28, 2001)
  • Author: By Jerry E. Rosman
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  • Title: May 1, 2006 - "Location, Location, Location"
  • Author: By Sarah Keller
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A1. Committee type ~ ADHOC
A1. Three-card monte, e.g. ~ SCAM
A6. Be a verbal rubber stamp ~ ECHO
A5. Sole projection ~ CLEAT
A10. Uneducated guess ~ STAB
A10. Yom Kippur observance ~ FAST
A14. European food fish ~ BRILL
A14. Besides ~ ALSO
A15. Acting Baldwin ~ ALEC
A15. Not all thumbs ~ HANDY
A16. Perfect ~ HONE
A16. :, in analogies ~ ISTO
A17. Loosen, as a skate ~ UNTIE
A17. Not well-padded ~ LEAN
A18. Feature of Little Shirley Temple ~ CURL
A18. Fragrant oil ~ ATTAR
A19. "Are you _____ out?" ~ INOR
A19. "This must weigh ___!" ~ ATON
A20. Dublin greeting ~ TOPOFTHEMORNING
A20. Irish greeting ~ TOPOFTHEMORNING
A23. _____ Spumante ~ ASTI
A23. Bring the food ~ CATER
A24. Duck with a blockhead? ~ DECOY
A24. "Green ___" (sitcom with Arnold the Pig) ~ ACRES
A25. Beetle type ~ DOR
A25. Out of order ~ FAULTY
A27. Shoat's home ~ STY
A28. Singer Brickell ~ EDIE
A29. "Why is the _____ blue?" ~ SKY
A30. Dermatologist's concern ~ ACNE
A30. That lady ~ HER
A31. Deep sleeps ~ COMAS
A33. Periods of distinction ~ ERAS
A33. Prefix with angle ~ TRI
A35. Mauna _____ ~ LOA
A36. Moderate, in politics ~ MIDDLEOFTHEROAD
A37. French menu ~ CARTE
A40. Tokyo in earlier times ~ EDO
A39. Neither conservative nor liberal ~ MIDDLEOFTHEROAD
A41. Peruvian natives ~ INCAS
A43. Corpulent ~ OBESE
A42. Director Preminger ~ OTTO
A44. Word before la la ~ TRA
A43. Prefix with European ~ INDO
A45. Spot ~ ESPY
A44. Talks back to ~ SASSES
A46. Bro's sib ~ SIS
A46. Surrounded by ~ AMONG
A47. Boat in a harbor ~ TUG
A49. Native American in Oklahoma ~ OSAGE
A50. Word that is not possessive with an apostrophe ~ ITS
A51. Lowest rank ~ BOTTOMOFTHEHEAP
A52. Get the idea ~ SEE
A57. Aleutian island ~ ATTU
A53. Opening remarks ~ INTRO
A58. Prefix with red ~ INFRA
A55. Brighton bloke ~ CHAP
A59. "___ La Douce" ~ IRMA
A57. Where some deals originate? ~ BOTTOMOFTHEDECK
A60. Perceived ~ SEEN
A63. Solo in "Norma" ~ ARIA
A61. Helicopter part ~ ROTOR
A64. Preminger of film ~ OTTO
A62. Wharf's cousin ~ PIER
A65. Sunni's sacred text ~ KORAN
A63. To be, to Henri ~ ETRE
A66. It's sometimes low and in the dirt ~ BALL
A64. Scent ~ AROMA
A67. Team attachment ~ STER
A65. In the mail ~ SENT
A68. Uneven, as leaves ~ EROSE
D1. Pepper's partner ~ SALT
A69. "_____ McBeal" ~ ALLY
D2. Singer Laine ~ CLEO
A70. Voice-mail prompt ~ TONE
D3. PDQ's kin ~ ASAP
A71. River in Hades ~ LETHE
D4. Like Mr. Peanut ~ MONOCLED
D1. Neighbor on ~ ABUT
D5. Garrulous ~ CHATTY
D2. Ian Fleming villain ~ DRNO
D6. Shop shaper ~ LATHE
D3. Listings of popular songs ~ HITPARADES
D7. Plea verb ~ ENTER
D4. Hodgepodges ~ OLIOS
D8. Genesis gent ~ ADAM
D5. Chin indentations ~ CLEFTS
D9. Novice ~ TYRO
D6. To _____ his own ~ EACH
D10. Groom-to-be ~ FIANCE
D7. Like crossword puzzles ~ CLUED
D11. Moving about ~ ASTIR
D8. Greek deity ~ HERMES
D12. Rolling musician? ~ STONE
D9. "Twelve _____ High" ~ OCLOCK
D13. Ice bucket go-with ~ TONGS
D10. Like a new penny ~ SHINY
D21. Lard or blubber ~ FAT
D11. Braxton of music ~ TONI
D22. Striker's demand ~ RAISE
D12. Soon ~ ANON
D25. Renown ~ FAME
D13. Floating ice mass ~ BERG
D26. Etcher's need ~ ACID
D21. Name on a spine? ~ TITLE
D27. Take back, in a way ~ UNDO
D22. Rolls' partner ~ ROYCE
D28. Ambulance staff (abbr.) ~ EMTS
D25. Floor models ~ DEMOS
D29. "Well, lah-di-___!" ~ DAH
D26. African antelope ~ ORIBI
D31. First name in fragrance and fashion ~ COCO
D28. "___-hoo!" (hello) ~ YOO
D32. Son-gun link ~ OFA
D30. Third-party candidate in 1992 ~ HROSSPEROT
D33. Little tykes ~ TOTS
D31. Military camp, after a long march ~ ETAPE
D34. Give a G or an M to, e.g. ~ RATE
D32. Change from red to black, perhaps ~ REDYE
D35. Wedding vows ~ IDOS
D34. Student grp.of the 1960s ~ SDS
D37. Jargon ~ LINGO
D36. Toward the stern ~ AFT
D38. Wind up ~ END
D38. Is for many? ~ ARE
D39. Substance contained in many vitamin C supplements ~ ROSEHIPS
D40. "_____ man put asunder" ~ LETNO
D43. Properly pitched ~ INTUNE
D41. Dent or angle lead-in ~ TRI
D44. Much of Algeria ~ SAHARA
D42. Devise, as a plot ~ HATCH
D45. Ripen ~ AGE
D48. The greatest degree ~ UTMOST
D46. Degrade ~ ABASE
D49. Hidden cave ~ GROTTO
D47. Church music ~ MOTET
D51. Foreign currency ~ SHEKEL
D48. Aquatic mammal ~ OTTER
D53. "The boot of Europe" ~ ITALY
D49. "We're ___ see the wizard ..." ~ OFFTO
D54. Many times ~ OFTEN
D50. Senator Thurmond ~ STROM
D56. Venerate ~ ADORE
D52. A Sorvino ~ MIRA
D57. Rum cake ~ BABA
D53. ___ about (roughly) ~ ONOR
D58. Test type ~ ORAL
D54. Pennsylvania port ~ ERIE
D59. Work the soil ~ TILL
D55. Old Sherman Hemsley sitcom ~ AMEN
D60. Ran fast ~ TORE
D56. It may be spare ~ PART
D61. "Man in Black" of country music ~ CASH
D62. Patella's place ~ KNEE

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