Comparison for up2003-06-10

  • Title: "PLASTIC GLASSES" (AUGUST 01, 1999)
  • Author: By Norman S. Wizer
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  • Title: "HOW'S THAT?" (JUNE 10, 2003)
  • Author: By Robert Gensler
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A1. Gets a return ~ REAPS
A1. Old highway name ~ ALCAN
A6. "_____ Gotta Have It" (a Spike Lee joint) ~ SHES
A6. Appendectomy evidence ~ SCAR
A10. Make-believe ~ SHAM
A10. Bogus ~ SHAM
A14. Hawk home ~ AERIE
A14. Master of unsavory film roles ~ LORRE
A15. "_____ Fiction" ~ PULP
A15. Cavity ~ HOLE
A16. "_____ let us adore Him" ~ COME
A16. Penniless traveler ~ HOBO
A17. Attractive or repulsive? ~ PRETTYUGLY
A17. Attractive or not? ~ PRETTYUGLY
A19. Wellness grps. ~ HMOS
A19. Central Iowa city ~ AMES
A20. Emcees, at times ~ TOASTERS
A20. Darn it ~ SEW
A21. Pindar and Plato ~ GREEKS
A21. Till pile ~ TENS
A23. "Holiday _____" (1942) ~ INN
A22. Some oranges ~ NAVELS
A24. 1836 battle site ~ ALAMO
A24. Bedframe adjunct ~ SLAT
A25. Certain service shops ~ SALONS
A25. Gentleman of Verona ~ ROMEO
A29. At fault ~ BLAMEFUL
A26. Benefactor ~ HELPER
A32. Guitar sound ~ TWANG
A29. Interesting and exciting ~ COLORFUL
A33. Superficial luster ~ GLOSS
A32. Sharif and Epps ~ OMARS
A34. Pharmaceutical watchdog grp. ~ FDA
A33. Fall sounds ~ THUDS
A35. Antony wanted to borrow them ~ EARS
A34. Monk's title ~ FRA
A36. Lowly workers ~ PEONS
A35. Darned ~ VERY
A37. Restraints, as on spending ~ LIDS
A36. Meadowlands movements ~ TROTS
A38. Short heart test ~ EKG
A37. Place your name on ~ SIGN
A39. Uplift ~ ELATE
A38. Kilowatt-hour fraction ~ ERG
A40. They're fit to be tied ~ LACES
A39. Crinkly cloth ~ CREPE
A41. Types data in again ~ REENTERS
A40. Rushed ~ RACED
A43. Roman orator/statesman/writer ~ CICERO
A41. Winter lawn greenery ~ RYEGRASS
A44. Pipsqueaks ~ RUNTS
A43. Set back ~ RECESS
A45. First name in horror ~ LON
A44. Archaeologist's milieu ~ RUINS
A46. Enthusiastic ~ RAHRAH
A45. Music to slam dance to ~ PUNK
A48. London bangers ~ SAUSAGES
A46. Masters ~ SAHIBS
A53. Significant times ~ ERAS
A48. Kind of ad ~ WANT
A54. Known or unknown? ~ OPENSECRET
A49. Thieves foiler ~ ALI
A56. Word with carpet or driver ~ PILE
A52. Eurasia's mountains ~ URAL
A57. Citadel org. ~ ROTC
A53. It's out of the bag ~ OPENSECRET
A58. Putnam or Dickinson ~ EMILY
A56. Combination, in some card games ~ MELD
A59. They're not-too-nimble and not-too-quick ~ OAFS
A57. Spy on the inside ~ MOLE
A60. Recess at church? ~ APSE
A58. More than see ~ RAISE
A61. Slow to catch on ~ DENSE
A59. Big galoots ~ OAFS
D1. Spellbound ~ RAPT
A60. Broker's tip, perhaps ~ SELL
D2. Young Saarinen ~ EERO
A61. Hiccup ~ SPASM
D3. Word with wilderness or staging ~ AREA
D1. Swiss skiing site ~ ALPS
D4. Worst (with "the") ~ PITS
D2. Folktales ~ LORE
D5. Congealing ~ SETTING
D3. All hands on deck ~ CREW
D6. Turn away ~ SPURN
D4. Collector's collection, perhaps ~ ART
D7. Kisses partner ~ HUGS
D5. Irks ~ NETTLES
D8. Wing with no feathers? ~ ELL
D6. Railroad switch ~ SHUNT
D9. Small telescope ~ SPYGLASS
D7. Wheel projections ~ COGS
D10. Conspire ~ SCHEME
D8. Hoarder's goal ~ ALL
D11. Residence or workplace? ~ HOMEOFFICE
D9. Debbie of film ~ REYNOLDS
D12. Run _____ (go wild) ~ AMOK
D10. Hair remover ~ SHAVER
D13. Clutter ~ MESS
D11. It requires a short commute ~ HOMEOFFICE
D18. Itches ~ YENS
D12. Original shepherd ~ ABEL
D22. 1980 Super Bowl losers ~ RAMS
D13. Velvety flora ~ MOSS
D24. Like a hermit ~ ALONE
D18. Round of seasons ~ YEAR
D25. It's home on the range ~ STEER
D23. Novelist Oz ~ AMOS
D26. Open-eyed ~ AWAKE
D24. Twinkle-toed ~ SPRY
D27. Unequal or equal? ~ LARGERHALF
D25. Postal beat ~ ROUTE
D28. Switch settings ~ ONS
D26. Hang over ~ HOVER
D29. Imperfections ~ BLOTS
D27. Type of board ~ EMERY
D30. Milker's focus ~ UDDER
D28. Greedy one's take? ~ LARGERHALF
D31. Roping equipment ~ LASSO
D29. Some tennis strokes ~ CHOPS
D33. Forward and reverse ~ GEARS
D30. Coaxes ~ URGES
D36. Overabundance ~ PLETHORA
D31. Hits the tarmac ~ LANDS
D37. Varnish ingredient ~ LAC
D33. Goldilocks's lock ~ TRESS
D39. It blew its stack in Europe ~ ETNA
D36. Some door crosspieces ~ TRANSOMS
D40. Artist's oil ~ LINSEED
D37. Sad or Hacky follower ~ SACK
D42. Sips slowly ~ NURSES
D39. Mobile place ~ CRIB
D43. When doubled, it's a steamed semolina dish ~ COUS
D40. Flat people? ~ RENTERS
D45. Jouster's weapon ~ LANCE
D42. Clubs or orders ~ GUILDS
D46. Seized auto ~ REPO
D43. Shutout spoilers ~ RUNS
D47. Song from "Tosca" ~ ARIA
D45. Group of experts ~ PANEL
D48. They're part of a Wimbledon match ~ SETS
D46. Japanese wrestling ~ SUMO
D49. Wile E. Coyote's supplier ~ ACME
D47. Field of study ~ AREA
D50. Mischievous expression ~ GRIN
D48. Place for a wish ~ WELL
D51. Smoked fish ~ EELS
D49. Pons song ~ ARIA
D52. Eye annoyance ~ STYE
D50. Discounted by ~ LESS
D55. Sound of trouble for a balloonist? ~ POP
D51. News clipping ~ ITEM

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