Comparison for nw2015-07-27

  • Title: February 11, 2005 - "Thrilled to Pieces"
  • Author: By Sarah Keller
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  • Title: 07/27/15 HAPPY TRIO
  • Author: Gail Grabowski, edited by Stanley Newman
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A1. Stake ~ CLAIM
A1. Shoreline ~ COAST
A6. Spill the beans ~ BLAB
A6. Airport screening grp. ~ TSA
A10. Attempt ~ STAB
A9. Just slightly ~ ATAD
A14. Slowly, in music ~ LENTO
A13. Cost for a commercial ~ ADFEE
A15. Like some excuses ~ LAME
A14. Mixed-breed dog ~ MUTT
A16. Buddhist leader ~ LAMA
A15. University of Notre __ ~ DAME
A17. Gas used in arc welding ~ ARGON
A16. Formal ceremonies ~ RITES
A18. Eyes, in poetry ~ ORBS
A17. Word-of-mouth ~ ORAL
A19. Gives the heave-ho ~ AXES
A18. Lumberjacks' tools ~ AXES
A20. Symbol of worthlessness ~ SOU
A19. Golf peg ~ TEE
A21. Thrilled to pieces ~ TICKLEDPINK
A20. Very happy ~ TICKLEDPINK
A24. Way to do it ~ SYSTEM
A23. Sunbeams ~ RAYS
A26. Airport info ~ ETA
A25. Shoelace snarl ~ KNOT
A27. Animal with twisted horns ~ ELAND
A26. Female choir voice ~ ALTO
A30. Kept someone awake, perhaps ~ SNORED
A28. Patient care grp. ~ HMO
A35. Hideaway ~ LAIR
A31. Spewing oil well ~ GUSHER
A38. Bearded mammal ~ GOAT
A35. __ and groan (complain) ~ MOAN
A40. Desire intensely ~ CRAVE
A36. Removes from office ~ OUSTS
A41. Thrilled to pieces ~ INSEVENTHHEAVEN
A38. Pie __ mode ~ ALA
A44. Contemptible person ~ LOUSE
A39. Very happy ~ INSEVENTHHEAVEN
A45. Disney prefix ~ EURO
A43. Obtain ~ GET
A46. Copper ~ CENT
A44. Really angry ~ IRATE
A47. Not totally ~ INPART
A45. Pack of playing cards ~ DECK
A49. Mr. Big, e.g. ~ MOGUL
A46. Tater Tots maker ~ OREIDA
A51. Full house sign (abbr.) ~ SRO
A48. Unusual ~ ODD
A53. Lack of energy ~ ANEMIA
A50. Tiny pantry pests ~ ANTS
A57. Thrilled to pieces ~ ONCLOUDNINE
A51. Western tableland ~ MESA
A63. Pharaohs' symbol of power ~ ASP
A53. Bullets, for short ~ AMMO
A64. Like some straits ~ DIRE
A55. Very happy ~ ONCLOUDNINE
A65. They get into sushi ~ EELS
A60. Feeling poorly ~ ILL
A66. Non-Hispanic ~ ANGLO
A63. Prefix for chute or medic ~ PARA
A68. Target of a click ~ ICON
A64. Lion sound ~ ROAR
A69. Leave in, to an editor ~ STET
A65. Social __ (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) ~ MEDIA
A70. More with it ~ SANER
A67. Coup d'__ ~ ETAT
A71. What's happening ~ NEWS
A68. Makes mistakes ~ ERRS
A72. Matador's target ~ TORO
A69. Pizzeria appliances ~ OVENS
A73. Kitchen riser ~ YEAST
A70. "Here, Fido!" ~ COME
D1. History or English ~ CLASS
A71. Fraction of a min. ~ SEC
D2. "Bad, Bad ___ Brown" ~ LEROY
A72. Benches and chairs ~ SEATS
D3. Cattle breed ~ ANGUS
D1. Grocery vehicle ~ CART
D4. Simpson trial judge ~ ITO
D2. Garfield's pooch pal ~ ODIE
D5. TV talk show host Williams ~ MONTEL
D3. Eater's lingering sensation ~ AFTERTASTE
D6. Congressional group ~ BLOC
D4. Catch sight of ~ SEE
D7. Escapade ~ LARK
D5. Short-tempered ~ TESTY
D8. Walk leisurely ~ AMBLE
D6. Istanbul native ~ TURK
D9. Attacks ~ BESETS
D7. Piece of celery ~ STALK
D10. Masher's comeuppance, maybe ~ SLAP
D8. For quite a while ~ ATLENGTH
D11. Stand on a corner ~ TAXI
D9. Copes with change ~ ADAPTS
D12. "You said it!" ~ AMEN
D10. Metered vehicle ~ TAXI
D13. Luxuriate at the beach ~ BASK
D11. Prayer ending ~ AMEN
D22. Reputation in society ~ IMAGE
D12. Cubicle furniture ~ DESK
D23. Do a one step ~ DANCE
D14. Soft-soled shoe, for short ~ MOC
D25. Humanitarian Mother ___ ~ TERESA
D21. Suffix meaning "somewhat" ~ ISH
D28. What the fourth little piggy had ~ NONE
D22. Extinguish, as a fire ~ DOUSE
D29. Bit of fact ~ DATUM
D24. Top-rated ~ AONE
D31. Soothsayer ~ ORACLE
D26. Mexican friend ~ AMIGO
D32. Rip-roaring review ~ RAVE
D27. Unsocial person ~ LONER
D33. All tied up ~ EVEN
D29. "__ Lisa" ~ MONA
D34. Fender flaw ~ DENT
D30. __ lunch (store sign) ~ OUTTO
D35. Role for Leslie ~ LILI
D32. Be totally clueless ~ HAVENOIDEA
D36. In a while ~ ANON
D33. Vote into office ~ ELECT
D37. "The jig ___" ~ ISUP
D34. Military positions ~ RANKS
D39. "Comin' ___ the Rye" ~ THRO
D37. Tool-storage structure ~ SHED
D42. Opposite of recto ~ VERSO
D40. The "V" of VCR ~ VIDEO
D43. Paul from down under ~ HOGAN
D41. Pencil deletions ~ ERASURES
D48. Most faithful ~ TRUEST
D42. Dad of Cain and Abel ~ ADAM
D50. Not relaxed ~ UNEASY
D47. "Sorry, gotta run" ~ IMLATE
D52. Beethoven's "___ Joy" ~ ODETO
D49. Dapper __ (fancy dresser) ~ DAN
D54. ___ Carta ~ MAGNA
D52. Like a lot ~ ADORE
D55. Capri and Wight ~ ISLES
D54. Office messages ~ MEMOS
D56. To the left of the ship ~ APORT
D55. Oil cartel ~ OPEC
D57. Father of Thor ~ ODIN
D56. Western alliance ~ NATO
D58. Pleasant French resort? ~ NICE
D57. Study all night ~ CRAM
D59. Pat oneself on the back verbally ~ CROW
D58. Antidrug cop ~ NARC
D60. It may zoom in or out ~ LENS
D59. Taxing agcy. ~ IRS
D61. L.A. Dodger, e.g. ~ NLER
D61. Clothes-dryer buildup ~ LINT
D62. : ~ ISTO
D62. Young girl ~ LASS
D67. Not, to a Scot ~ NAE
D66. Day before a holiday ~ EVE

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