Comparison for up2005-03-21

  • Title: "FROM THIS MOMENT ON" (MAY 15, 2000)
  • Author: By Dave & Diane Epperson
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  • Title: "TIME MARCHES ON" (MARCH 21, 2005)
  • Author: By Diane Epperson
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A1. Hands-on workplaces ~ LABS
A1. Settings for many sci-fi films ~ LABS
A5. They've got big mouths, but they're pretty ~ EWERS
A5. They're pretty and have big mouths ~ EWERS
A10. Pussycat's film partner ~ OWL
A10. It likes the night life ~ OWL
A13. _____ of bricks ~ ATON
A13. ___ of bricks ~ ATON
A14. Nosegay contents ~ LILACS
A14. Nosegay contents, perhaps ~ LILACS
A16. Writer Bradbury ~ RAY
A16. Writer Bradbury ~ RAY
A17. Clairvoyance ~ SECONDSIGHT
A17. Clairvoyance ~ SECONDSIGHT
A19. Conifer ~ FIR
A19. Conifer ~ FIR
A20. Sargasso Sea abundance ~ SEAWEED
A20. Marine growth ~ SEAWEED
A21. Cold symptom ~ SNIFFLE
A21. Cold symptom ~ SNIFFLE
A23. Rail shot ~ CAROM
A23. Certain billiards shot ~ CAROM
A25. Some schooner cargo ~ ALE
A25. Steak partner ~ ALE
A26. Old-fashioned shoe covering ~ SPAT
A26. Old-fashioned shoe covering ~ SPAT
A28. Revolutionary War figure ~ MINUTEMAN
A28. Revolutionary War figure ~ MINUTEMAN
A33. He's grim ~ REAPER
A33. He's grim ~ REAPER
A35. Fashion designer Claiborne ~ LIZ
A35. Fashion designer Claiborne ~ LIZ
A36. The story of the one that got away, e.g. ~ TALE
A36. Word with folk or fairy ~ TALE
A37. Falcons' home (Abbr.) ~ ATL
A37. Falcons' home (Abbr.) ~ ATL
A38. One poking fun ~ NEEDLER
A38. One poking fun ~ NEEDLER
A41. Natal lead-in ~ NEO
A41. Natal lead-in ~ NEO
A42. Grab with a toothpick ~ STAB
A42. Utilize a toothpick ~ STAB
A44. Historic introduction? ~ PRE
A44. Historic introduction? ~ PRE
A45. Given new life ~ REBORN
A45. Given new life ~ REBORN
A47. Primitive timepiece ~ HOURGLASS
A47. Primitive timepiece ~ HOURGLASS
A50. Don't put this before the horse ~ CART
A50. Don't put this before the horse ~ CART
A51. England's Isle of _____ ~ ELY
A51. England's Isle of ___ ~ ELY
A52. Henry VIII's house ~ TUDOR
A52. Henry VIII's house ~ TUDOR
A54. Modify fittingly again ~ READAPT
A54. Make suitable again ~ READAPT
A58. Locale of miraculous cures ~ LOURDES
A58. Locale of miraculous cures ~ LOURDES
A62. Pindaric output ~ ODE
A62. Lofty poem ~ ODE
A63. Luminous coating ~ DAYGLOPAINT
A63. Luminous coating ~ DAYGLOPAINT
A65. Cosmonaut's home away from home ~ MIR
A65. Space abode, once ~ MIR
A66. Not a guzzler ~ SIPPER
A66. Not a guzzler ~ SIPPER
A67. "_____ life!" ~ GETA
A67. "___ life!" ~ GETA
A68. Z preceder, in headings ~ ATO
A68. Z antecedent, perhaps ~ ATO
A69. Koontz and Jagger ~ DEANS
A69. Type of list ~ DEANS
A70. Shelley alma mater ~ ETON
A70. Shelley alma mater ~ ETON
D1. Aberdeen maiden ~ LASS
D1. Aberdeen maiden ~ LASS
D2. To _____ (on the mark) ~ ATEE
D2. To ___ (on the mark) ~ ATEE
D3. _____ Raton ~ BOCA
D3. ___ Raton ~ BOCA
D4. Fujiyama feature ~ SNOWCAP
D4. Fujiyama feature ~ SNOWCAP
D5. "The Sons of Katie _____" (1965) ~ ELDER
D5. "The Sons of Katie ___" (1965) ~ ELDER
D6. Solomon's forte ~ WISDOM
D6. Solomon's forte ~ WISDOM
D7. Lilly or Whitney ~ ELI
D7. Wallach of the silver screen ~ ELI
D8. First these, then you get "to riches" ~ RAGS
D8. Antecedent to riches ~ RAGS
D9. Whiskered dog ~ SCHNAUZER
D9. Whiskered pooch ~ SCHNAUZER
D10. "Carmina Burana" composer Karl ~ ORFF
D10. "Carmina Burana" composer Karl ~ ORFF
D11. Emulate a banshee ~ WAIL
D11. Emulate a banshee ~ WAIL
D12. Ancient Greek harp ~ LYRE
D12. Ancient Greek harp ~ LYRE
D15. Chamberlain epithet ~ STILT
D15. Chamberlain epithet ~ STILT
D18. Spruce up ~ NEATEN
D18. Spruce up ~ NEATEN
D22. Toe holds? ~ FEET
D22. Toe holds? ~ FEET
D24. Most balmy ~ MILDEST
D24. Most balmy ~ MILDEST
D26. Words before music or rights ~ SETTO
D26. Words before music or rights ~ SETTO
D27. Island country in the Pacific ~ PALAU
D27. Island country in the Pacific ~ PALAU
D29. It's nothing ~ NIL
D29. Not a whit ~ NIL
D30. Where the lord dwells ~ MANOR
D30. Where the lord dwells ~ MANOR
D31. Like a guard dog ~ ALERT
D31. Like an excellent guard dog ~ ALERT
D32. It's a gas in Las Vegas! ~ NEON
D32. It's a gas in Las Vegas! ~ NEON
D33. Poison ivy follow-up ~ RASH
D33. Poison ivy follow-up ~ RASH
D34. Type of envelope ~ REPLYPAID
D34. Type of envelope ~ REPLYPAID
D39. Big Band _____ ~ ERA
D39. Big Band ___ ~ ERA
D40. Win back ~ RECOUP
D40. Win back ~ RECOUP
D43. Propagated ~ BRED
D43. Propagated ~ BRED
D46. Onslaught ~ BARRAGE
D46. Onslaught ~ BARRAGE
D48. Sword lilies, for short ~ GLADS
D48. Sword lilies, for short ~ GLADS
D49. Long-faced ~ SULLEN
D49. Long-faced ~ SULLEN
D53. They may swing or revolve ~ DOORS
D53. They may swing ~ DOORS
D54. "Touched by an Angel" star Downey ~ ROMA
D54. "Touched by an Angel" star Downey ~ ROMA
D55. Chop copy ~ EDIT
D55. Chop copy ~ EDIT
D56. Prefix with dynamic ~ AERO
D56. Prefix with dynamic ~ AERO
D57. Begin on the home row ~ TYPE
D57. Classify blood ~ TYPE
D59. Many a New Year's resolution ~ DIET
D59. Many a New Year's resolution ~ DIET
D60. Prefix meaning "within" ~ ENTO
D60. Prefix meaning "within" ~ ENTO
D61. Slapstick's Laurel ~ STAN
D61. First name in slapstick ~ STAN
D64. The max is 4.0 ~ GPA
D64. 4.0, maybe ~ GPA

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