Comparison for lat2000-10-19

  • Title: "IT'S ELEMENTAL" (AUGUST 29, 2000)
  • Author: By Dave & Diane Epperson
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  • Author: By Nelson Hardy
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A1. Bistro ~ CAFE
A1. Bistro ~ CAFE
A5. Beliefs ~ DOGMAS
A5. Beliefs ~ DOGMAS
A11. Israeli weapon ~ UZI
A11. Counterterrorist weapon ~ UZI
A14. Organic compound ~ ENOL
A14. Organic compound ~ ENOL
A15. It puts you in the slow lane ~ ONRAMP
A15. Merging locale ~ ONRAMP
A16. Play on words ~ PUN
A16. Crossword clue, perhaps ~ PUN
A17. Levelheaded ~ DOWNTOEARTH
A17. Levelheaded ~ DOWNTOEARTH
A19. Beethoven's "Minuet _____" ~ ING
A19. Having one sharp ~ ING
A20. Bookplate ~ EXLIBRIS
A20. Bookplate ~ EXLIBRIS
A21. Star of "The Day the Earth Stood Still" (1951) ~ RENNIE
A21. "The Day the Earth stood Still" star ~ RENNIE
A23. Collars ~ NABS
A23. Collars ~ NABS
A24. Deal of fortune? ~ TAROT
A24. Deal of fortune? ~ TAROT
A25. A piece of work ~ CHORE
A25. Piece of work ~ CHORE
A27. Place to pick up a Schwinn ~ BIKESHOP
A27. Store for some helmet wearers ~ BIKESHOP
A30. Strong-willed type, according to the stars ~ LEO
A30. Sign of summer ~ LEO
A31. "Backyards, Greenwich Village" artist ~ SLOAN
A31. "Doonesbury" Reverend ~ SLOAN
A33. It's full of holes ~ SIEVE
A33. It's full of holes ~ SIEVE
A34. Tribulations ~ ILLS
A34. Tribulations ~ ILLS
A36. By and _____ (generally) ~ LARGE
A36. Great ~ LARGE
A38. "_____ Man" (Hoffman title role) ~ RAIN
A38. Drought ender ~ RAIN
A39. Greek sorceress ~ MEDEA
A39. Greek sorceress ~ MEDEA
A41. General drift ~ TREND
A41. General drift ~ TREND
A43. Travel stop ~ INN
A43. Stopping point ~ INN
A44. Missing one ~ ABSENTEE
A44. Type of ballot ~ ABSENTEE
A46. Yankee leader ~ TORRE
A46. Baseball manager Joe ~ TORRE
A48. Dines go-with ~ WINES
A48. Sommelier's suggestions ~ WINES
A49. "No way" ~ NOPE
A49. "Uh-uh" ~ NOPE
A50. Lunar feature ~ CRATER
A50. Moon feature ~ CRATER
A52. Out of jeopardy ~ HOMEFREE
A52. Off the hook ~ HOMEFREE
A56. This may be over your head ~ HAT
A56. Panama, for one ~ HAT
A57. Test under pressure ~ TRIALBYFIRE
A57. Test in actual conditions ~ TRIALBYFIRE
A59. Joanne Woodward title role ~ EVE
A59. Joanne Woodward title role ~ EVE
A60. So far ~ TODATE
A60. Thus far ~ TODATE
A61. Comedic film Dr. ~ EVIL
A61. Bad ~ EVIL
A62. Evergreen ~ FIR
A62. Cone bearer ~ FIR
A63. Rubbed out, in a way ~ ERASED
A63. Wiped out ~ ERASED
A64. Say it ain't so ~ DENY
A64. Contradict ~ DENY
D1. Turn over ~ CEDE
D1. Turn over ~ CEDE
D2. Strong as _____ ~ ANOX
D2. Strong as ___ ~ ANOX
D3. Neither fish nor _____ ~ FOWL
D3. Barnyard resident ~ FOWL
D4. Weather's bad boy ~ ELNINO
D4. Current news? ~ ELNINO
D5. Target of an Avon representative ~ DOORBELL
D5. Avon rep's target? ~ DOORBELL
D6. "_____ the loneliest number" ~ ONEIS
D6. "___ the loneliest number" ~ ONEIS
D7. Mardi _____ ~ GRAS
D7. Mardi ___ ~ GRAS
D8. Fold, spindle, or mutilate ~ MAR
D8. Fold, spindle or mutilate ~ MAR
D9. US rail ~ AMTRAK
D9. Metroliner operator ~ AMTRAK
D10. "Music of the _____" (Kepler assertion) ~ SPHERES
D10. Realms ~ SPHERES
D11. Undecided ~ UPINTHEAIR
D11. Undecided ~ UPINTHEAIR
D12. New Mexico tribe ~ ZUNI
D12. New Mexico native ~ ZUNI
D13. Pulitzer playwright William ~ INGE
D13. "Splendor in the Grass" screenwriter ~ INGE
D18. Ski-lift features ~ TBARS
D18. Aids on the slopes ~ TBARS
D22. Private reply? ~ NOSIR
D22. Polite refusal ~ NOSIR
D24. Smattering ~ TINGE
D24. Shade ~ TINGE
D25. One with more than 15 minutes of fame ~ CELEB
D25. Big shot ~ CELEB
D26. Stands up to scrutiny ~ HOLDSWATER
D26. Stands up to scrutiny ~ HOLDSWATER
D27. Wilkes-___, Pennsylvania ~ BARRE
D27. Vermont granite city ~ BARRE
D28. Like ewe? ~ OVINE
D28. Sheepish? ~ OVINE
D29. Sean of "The Game" ~ PENN
D29. Sean of "The Game" ~ PENN
D30. Bean town? ~ LIMA
D30. Bean town? ~ LIMA
D32. Hall's singing partner ~ OATES
D32. "Rich Girl" singers Hall & ___ ~ OATES
D35. "Now you _____, now you don't" ~ SEEIT
D35. "Now you ___ ..." ~ SEEIT
D37. Like the pharaohs ~ ENTOMBED
D37. Buried ~ ENTOMBED
D40. Bening of "American Beauty" ~ ANNETTE
D40. Mouseketeer notable ~ ANNETTE
D42. Grumpy co-worker? ~ DOPEY
D42. Grumpy coworker? ~ DOPEY
D45. Abject fear ~ TERROR
D45. Scream cause ~ TERROR
D47. Called the game or separated fighters ~ REFFED
D47. Called the game ~ REFFED
D49. Nick of "Cape Fear" (1991) ~ NOLTE
D49. "Cape Fear" actor ~ NOLTE
D50. _____ de cuisine ~ CHEF
D50. Food Network VIP ~ CHEF
D51. Sitarist Shankar ~ RAVI
D51. "My LifeMy Music" autobiograhper Shankar ~ RAVI
D52. Lukas of "Rambling Rose" (1991) ~ HAAS
D52. Lukas of "Witness" ~ HAAS
D53. Rip in two ~ RIVE
D53. Tear apart ~ RIVE
D54. Julia's Brockovich ~ ERIN
D54. Marach slogan starter ~ ERIN
D55. Wriggly and slippery ~ EELY
D55. Hard to handle ~ EELY
D58. Mountain in Crete ~ IDA
D58. Nev. neighbor ~ IDA

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