Comparison for cs2009-11-20

  • Title: March 23, 2006 - "Opposites Attract"
  • Author: By Randolph Ross
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  • Title: November 20, 2009 - "Opposite Beginnings"
  • Author: By Randall J. Hartman
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A1. Grant and Vanderbilt ~ AMYS
A1. "Hey! Over here!" ~ PSST
A5. Game with 32 cards ~ SKAT
A5. Stuff ~ SATE
A9. More than once ~ TWICE
A9. Something raised during a toast ~ GLASS
A14. Peacenik ~ DOVE
A14. Even start? ~ EQUI
A15. "___ only known" ~ HADI
A15. Turkmenistan neighbor ~ IRAN
A16. World Court site, with "The" ~ HAGUE
A16. Cheyenne Frontier Days, notably ~ RODEO
A17. Frank ~ OPEN
A17. Break in the action ~ LULL
A18. Wharton wrote about it and Sinatra sang about it ~ OLDNEWYORK
A18. Island near Java ~ BALI
A20. Dustin Hoffman title role ~ LITTLEBIGMAN
A19. Prop for Cézanne ~ EASEL
A22. Like a baby's position ~ FETAL
A20. 1970 Dustin Hoffman film ~ LITTLEBIGMAN
A23. Region including Iraq and Iran ~ NEAREAST
A23. Pencil end ~ ERASER
A27. Pizza seasoning ~ OREGANO
A24. Old Testament book ~ AMOS
A30. Friday's rank in the LAPD ~ SGT
A25. Dallas-to-Austin dir. ~ SSW
A31. Flying formation ~ VEE
A28. Downing Street address ~ TEN
A32. Collectively ~ INALL
A29. Pen end ~ NIB
A34. Dark suds ~ BOCK
A31. Kafka novel ~ AMERIKA
A35. Digressing ~ OFFONATANGENT
A33. Centipede maker ~ ATARI
A40. Spree ~ TOOT
A35. Sooner State city ~ ENID
A41. Practices punching ~ SPARS
A36. Straying from the subject ~ OFFONATANGENT
A42. ___-cone ~ SNO
A41. God of love ~ AMOR
A43. Go after in court ~ SUE
A42. Give what for ~ SCOLD
A46. "Darned if I know" ~ BEATSME
A43. Real bore ~ SNOOZER
A50. Himalayan capital ~ KATMANDU
A47. Page of history ~ ERA
A53. Lama lead-in ~ DALAI
A48. Cereal grain ~ OAT
A54. Neglected ~ OUTINTHECOLD
A51. Indy 500 area ~ PIT
A57. "Quit it!" ~ DONTDOTHAT
A52. Poems of praise ~ ODES
A60. Where to see Warhol in London ~ TATE
A54. Part of a cycle, in baseball ~ TRIPLE
A61. PC character set ~ ASCII
A56. Transparent ~ OUTINTHEOPEN
A62. Max ~ HILT
A58. Texas Hold 'Em bet ~ ALLIN
A63. Humdinger ~ ONER
A61. Thumbs-down votes ~ NOES
A64. Explores cyberspace ~ SURFS
A62. Frayed ~ WORN
A65. Notable first for a baby ~ STEP
A63. Dastard ~ FIEND
A66. Wine cellar section ~ REDS
A64. Mystery writer ___ Stanley Gardner ~ ERLE
D1. Nancy Reagan's designer ~ ADOLFO
A65. Italian wine region ~ ASTI
D2. More hangdog ~ MOPIER
A66. Mastodon features ~ TUSKS
D3. Actress Mimieux ~ YVETTE
A67. Boxer Oscar ___ Hoya ~ DELA
D4. Remembered at Christmastime ~ SENTAGIFT
A68. Capone nemesis ~ NESS
D5. Mule or pump ~ SHOE
D1. Shotgun shot ~ PELLET
D6. Brothers Marvin and Bernard, formerly of CBS News ~ KALB
D2. Knight's apprentice ~ SQUIRE
D7. Make part of the mix ~ ADDIN
D3. Ottoman muck-a-muck ~ SULTAN
D8. Small traces ~ TINGES
D4. Leans to one side ~ TILTS
D9. Frustrate ~ THWART
D5. Novosibirsk native ~ SIBERIAN
D10. Newton in Las Vegas ~ WAYNE
D6. Al Jazeera watcher, typically ~ ARAB
D11. Billy Joel's "___ to Extremes" ~ IGO
D7. Shire of "Rocky" ~ TALIA
D12. Junkyard dog ~ CUR
D8. Something hard to grasp ~ ENIGMA
D13. Reaction to a rodent ~ EEK
D9. Musical that featured the T-Birds and the Pink Ladies ~ GREASE
D19. Online reading, briefly ~ EMAG
D10. Deal with a shylock ~ LOAN
D21. Plain in South America ~ LLANO
D11. Product pitches ~ ADS
D24. Calling company ~ AVON
D12. "What did I say?" ~ SEE
D25. Religious offshoot ~ SECT
D13. Fa follower ~ SOL
D26. William Shatner's "___War" ~ TEK
D21. Slowly, to Mozart ~ LENTO
D28. Indian baked bread ~ NAN
D22. Labor party? ~ MOM
D29. Suffix with play or plug ~ OLA
D25. ___ Fein ~ SINN
D33. USMA grads ~ LTS
D26. Bit from "The Carol Burnett Show" ~ SKIT
D34. Oscar category ~ BESTACTOR
D27. Bazooka glob ~ WAD
D35. Charlie Chaplin's young bride ~ OONA
D30. Victoria's Secret purchase ~ BRA
D36. It's not good to have in one's mouth ~ FOOT
D32. Swamp thing ~ REED
D37. LAPD alert ~ APB
D33. Frizzy do ~ AFRO
D38. Ness negative ~ NAE
D34. "___ My Party" (1963 hit by Lesley Gore) ~ ITS
D39. GPA part ~ GRADE
D36. Ramada rival ~ OMNI
D40. Admonisher's sound ~ TSK
D37. Stocking stuffer ~ FOOT
D43. Many oil millionaires ~ SAUDIS
D38. Whiz kid ~ ACE
D44. Golden Rule preposition ~ UNTO
D39. Body of water between England and Norway ~ NORTHSEA
D45. Bunker and Piaf ~ EDITHS
D40. Dirty look ~ GLARE
D47. Everett of "Citizen Kane" ~ SLOANE
D41. Egyptian viper ~ ASP
D48. Shake's cousin ~ MALTED
D44. "Gadzooks!" ~ ZOUNDS
D49. Down sources ~ EIDERS
D45. Summer hrs. in Vermont ~ EDT
D51. Theme ~ MOTIF
D46. Held in check ~ REINED
D52. Like a pitch called for a strike ~ UNHIT
D48. Walk a picket line, perhaps ~ OPPOSE
D55. Something related ~ TALE
D49. Tips off ~ ALERTS
D56. URL start ~ HTTP
D50. Sport with a grand slam ~ TENNIS
D57. Elected prosecutors, for short ~ DAS
D53. Saw logs ~ SNORE
D58. NCAA rival of Michigan ~ OSU
D55. Waterloo resident ~ IOWAN
D59. Money machine co. ~ NCR
D56. Slop talk ~ OINK

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