Comparison for up2003-10-13

  • Title: November 17, 2000 - "Table Setting"
  • Author: By Raymond Hamel
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  • Title: "LET'S EAT!" (OCTOBER 13, 2003)
  • Author: By Mark Milhet
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A1. Fire starter? ~ MIS
A1. Doesn't just sit there ~ ACTS
A4. Sterling or Shannon of the NFL ~ SHARPE
A5. Eniwetok, for one ~ ATOLL
A10. Hoboes ~ BUMS
A10. Place east of Java ~ BALI
A14. "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" constable ~ ODO
A14. River to the Caspian ~ URAL
A15. Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Welty ~ EUDORA
A15. Electrical unit named for an inventor ~ TESLA
A16. Diabolical ~ EVIL
A16. Applications ~ USES
A17. Took part in a marathon ~ RAN
A17. Kimono cousin ~ ROBE
A18. Free ~ GRATIS
A18. Brilliant achievement ~ ECLAT
A19. "Iron Jay" portrayer ~ LENO
A19. Longest sentence ~ LIFE
A20. ___ Penh, Cambodia ~ PHNOM
A20. Top mark ~ APLUS
A22. Diamond crossing point ~ HOMEPLATE
A22. Place for scores ~ HOMEPLATE
A24. Tomboy ~ HOYDEN
A24. Kett of comics ~ ETTA
A26. Naval Academy freshman ~ PLEB
A26. Starting from ~ ASOF
A27. Central New York county ~ SENECA
A27. Over the hill ~ WASHEDUP
A30. Tribal symbol ~ TOTEM
A31. Seuss' Yertle ~ TURTLE
A34. Baby food ~ PAP
A35. Kind of cord ~ RIP
A36. Remnants ~ TRACES
A36. Places for drawings? ~ WELLS
A39. City on the Gila ~ YUMA
A38. Scoundrels ~ ROUES
A40. Michael Nava's attorney-detective ~ RIOS
A39. One way to run ~ AMOK
A42. Long-haired doll ~ TROLL
A41. Gastropod ~ SNAIL
A43. Huff ~ SNIT
A43. Summer pest ~ GNAT
A44. "Raiders of the Lost Ark" treasure ~ IDOL
A44. Lowly workers ~ PEONS
A45. Movie divided into chapters ~ SERIAL
A46. Shenanigan ~ ANTIC
A47. Communications corp. ~ ITT
A48. "___ Got a Secret" ~ IVE
A48. Ohio town smacked by a 1974 tornado ~ XENIA
A49. Highest in rank ~ SENIOR
A50. Country ~ NATION
A51. Pick-up owner's purchase ~ BEDLINER
A52. Person, place, or thing ~ NOUN
A53. Something to raise ~ CAIN
A55. Political asylum seeker ~ EMIGRE
A55. Spilled the beans ~ SANG
A58. Bad news for a big rig ~ JACKKNIFE
A56. Semi hazard ~ JACKKNIFE
A63. Tiny ~ ELFIN
A61. 1993 treaty, briefly ~ NAFTA
A64. Kyrgyzstan's ___ Mountains ~ ALAI
A64. Kind of grease ~ AXLE
A65. Vivien in "A Streetcar Named Desire" ~ STELLA
A65. It may be impounded ~ STRAY
A67. Antique ~ OLD
A67. Kind of service ~ ROOM
A68. Eve opposite ~ MORN
A68. Honeybunch ~ DEAR
A69. Removed from memory ~ ERASED
A69. Take off the board ~ ERASE
A70. Mr. ___ (old board game similar to Clue) ~ REE
A70. Cajole ~ URGE
A71. Titanic trouble ~ BERG
A71. Some street liners ~ ELMS
A72. Turn around ~ ROTATE
A72. Some TVs ~ SONYS
A73. "The Spanish Tragedy" dramatist Thomas ~ KYD
A73. Some brief ring feats ~ TKOS
D1. Change form ~ MORPH
D1. Angelic atmosphere ~ AURA
D2. Top silver-producing state ~ IDAHO
D2. Jockey's need ~ CROP
D3. Mario Van Peebles' TV detective series ~ SONNYSPOON
D3. Add 15 to this for a cup ~ TABLESPOON
D4. Centipede part ~ SEGMENT
D4. Lead follower ~ SLEUTH
D5. "Ben-___" ~ HUR
D5. Had one's whey? ~ ATE
D6. One of Esau's wives ~ ADAH
D6. Word in many college names ~ TECH
D7. ___-Rooter ~ ROTO
D7. Munch Museum site ~ OSLO
D8. Work hard to look beautiful ~ PRIMP
D8. Altiplano animal ~ LLAMA
D9. Flip chart stand ~ EASEL
D9. Gossip (with "the") ~ LATEST
D10. Hotel employees ~ BELLBOYS
D10. Jeremiah of song ~ BULLFROG
D11. Eye layer ~ UVEA
D11. A large chunk of Earth ~ ASIA
D12. After-dinner treat ~ MINT
D12. Hit the road ~ LEFT
D13. ___ gin fizz ~ SLOE
D13. "Understood!" ~ ISEE
D21. Bobbie Gentry sang one to Billie Joe ~ ODE
D21. Crockpot concoction ~ STEW
D23. Cat or hamster ~ PET
D23. Serve the coffee ~ POUR
D25. "Nonsense!" ~ NERTS
D25. Lemon and lime drinks ~ ADES
D28. Word after health or intensive ~ CARE
D27. Does seasonal mall work ~ WRAPS
D29. Oak fruit ~ ACORN
D28. Evangelist McPherson ~ AIMEE
D31. Pitch implement ~ TUNINGFORK
D29. Radius neighbor ~ ULNA
D32. Give off ~ EMIT
D30. Fallback strategy ~ PLANB
D33. Cartoonist Groening ~ MATT
D32. It gives off good vibes ~ TUNINGFORK
D34. Grand ___ (auto race) ~ PRIX
D33. Split ~ LEAVE
D35. White House staffer ~ AIDE
D34. Chemical compound ~ ESTER
D37. Director Kazan ~ ELIA
D37. Something to build on ~ SITE
D38. Schedule ~ SLATE
D40. Midi-pants ~ KNICKERS
D41. Moving like a fox ~ SLINKING
D42. Tops ~ LIDS
D46. Citrus quencher ~ LIMEADE
D45. Linger in the tub ~ SOAK
D49. Definitely fine ~ AOK
D47. Tribe ~ CLAN
D51. "Black gold" ~ OIL
D50. Salon tasks ~ RINSES
D53. Racing family surname ~ UNSER
D52. Bound by routine ~ INARUT
D54. "Liquid dynamite" ~ NITRO
D54. Glycerin lead-in ~ NITRO
D56. "The Life of ___" ~ RILEY
D56. Shade of green ~ JADE
D57. Dropped the curtain on ~ ENDED
D57. Skater's stunt ~ AXEL
D58. Window side post ~ JAMB
D58. Happy mollusk? ~ CLAM
D59. Shampoo ingredient ~ ALOE
D59. Pal of Ollie ~ FRAN
D60. "It Must be Him" singer Vikki ~ CARR
D60. "Slow down" ~ EASY
D61. Accompishment ~ FEAT
D62. Take-out words ~ TOGO
D62. Joy Adamson's lioness ~ ELSA
D63. Iowa State's home ~ AMES
D66. Allow ~ LET
D66. Doorbell-answerer's word ~ YES

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