Comparison for up2005-12-26

  • Title: "NAME BRAND" (SEPTEMBER 15, 2005)
  • Author: By Alex Cole
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  • Title: NAME NAMES
  • Author: By Fran Lou Sabin / Timothy Parker
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A1. Milieu for Bob and Bing ~ ROAD
A1. Common tater ~ SPUD
A5. Greek letters shaped like pitchforks ~ PSIS
A5. Greek letters shaped like pitchforks ~ PSIS
A9. It awaits the winner at the finish line ~ TAPE
A9. It may be at the finish line ~ TAPE
A13. Vertex ~ ACME
A13. Film ~ CINE
A14. Misleading maneuver ~ FEINT
A14. Halfback's juke ~ FEINT
A15. Like fine wine ~ AGED
A15. Up in years ~ AGED
A16. Has attachment ~ BEEN
A16. It pulls a bit ~ REIN
A17. "Purgatorio" writer ~ DANTE
A17. Florentine poet ~ DANTE
A18. Tinkle in a phone booth? ~ RING
A18. Circus stage ~ RING
A19. Large headline ~ BANNER
A19. One making amends ~ ATONER
A21. Prohibit ~ BAN
A21. Embargo ~ BAN
A22. Word with commercial or time ~ ZONE
A22. Postal district ~ ZONE
A23. "Gandhi" setting ~ INDIA
A23. Excessive excitement ~ MANIA
A24. Place name with North or South ~ DAKOTA
A24. Word with North or South ~ DAKOTA
A26. Took long steps ~ STRODE
A26. Walked boldly ~ STRODE
A28. Coastline feature ~ INLET
A28. Estuary ~ INLET
A32. Babysitter's nightmare ~ BRAT
A32. 4-Down, e.g. ~ BRAT
A35. Diner's snippet ~ ORT
A35. Diner's snippet ~ ORT
A36. Eye part ~ RETINA
A36. Eye part ~ RETINA
A37. "That smarts!" ~ OUCH
A37. Stingee's response ~ OUCH
A38. Religion based in Haifa ~ BAHAI
A38. Religion based in Haifa ~ BAHAI
A40. Prince, presumably ~ HEIR
A40. Prince, presumably ~ HEIR
A41. Significant ones? ~ OTHERS
A41. Significant ones? ~ OTHERS
A43. Small newt ~ EFT
A43. Small newt ~ EFT
A44. Norse writings ~ EDDA
A44. Norse writings ~ EDDA
A45. Signature melody ~ THEME
A45. Signature melody ~ THEME
A46. A Gabor ~ ZSAZSA
A46. Famed cop-slapper ~ ZSAZSA
A48. Evoke affection ~ ENDEAR
A48. Become beloved ~ ENDEAR
A50. Bee-like ~ APIAN
A50. For the bees ~ APIAN
A54. Thumb-to-pinkie distance ~ SPAN
A54. Extend across ~ SPAN
A57. "Bali ___" ~ HAI
A57. "Bali ___" ("South Pacific" song) ~ HAI
A58. Channel swimmer of 1926 ~ EDERLE
A58. Channel swimmer of 1926 ~ EDERLE
A59. Mauna Loa output ~ LAVA
A59. Mauna Loa output ~ LAVA
A60. Name in puppets ~ OLLIE
A60. Name in puppetry ~ OLLIE
A62. Feline remark ~ MEOW
A62. Calico's comment ~ MEOW
A63. "Gone With The Wind", e.g. ~ EPIC
A63. Monumental ~ EPIC
A64. Attractiveness ~ LOOKS
A64. Attractive physical appearance ~ LOOKS
A65. Bancroft or Boleyn ~ ANNE
A65. Novelist Rice ~ ANNE
A66. Use hip boots ~ WADE
A66. Use hip boots ~ WADE
A67. Basic French verb ~ ETRE
A67. Basic French verb ~ ETRE
A68. "... and ___ the twain shall meet" ~ NEER
A68. Do-well intro ~ NEER
D1. Browning's Ben Ezra, e.g. ~ RABBI
D1. Word to a pest ~ SCRAM
D2. Cousteau milieu ~ OCEAN
D2. Statue in St. Peter's ~ PIETA
D3. Change, as a motion ~ AMEND
D3. Coalition ~ UNION
D4. Ruff's master ~ DENNISTHEMENACE
D4. Comics debut of 3/12/51 ~ DENNISTHEMENACE
D5. Pod piece? ~ PEA
D5. Pod piece? ~ PEA
D6. "Arabian Nights" adventurer ~ SINBADTHESAILOR
D6. Adventurer of film ~ SINBADTHESAILOR
D7. Type of valve or manifold ~ INTAKE
D7. Type of valve or manifold ~ INTAKE
D8. Pool party? ~ STENO
D8. Pool party? ~ STENO
D9. Jungle swinger ~ TARZANTHEAPEMAN
D9. Jungle swinger ~ TARZANTHEAPEMAN
D10. Exchange premium ~ AGIO
D10. Exchange premium ~ AGIO
D11. Teller's partner ~ PENN
D11. Teller's partner ~ PENN
D12. "Postcards From The ___" ~ EDGE
D12. Periphery ~ EDGE
D14. HST predecessor ~ FDR
D14. H.S.T. predecessor ~ FDR
D20. Dig in ~ EAT
D20. Break bread ~ EAT
D24. "Dumb ___" (old comic strip) ~ DORA
D24. ___ Maar (Picasso subject) ~ DORA
D25. Fan letdown, temporarily ~ TIE
D25. No-win situation ~ TIE
D27. Filches ~ ROBS
D27. Filches ~ ROBS
D29. Was mendacious ~ LIED
D29. Emulated Ananias ~ LIED
D30. ___ Blyton, children's author ~ ENID
D30. Camelot lady ~ ENID
D31. Storied plantation? ~ TARA
D31. Manor near Twelve Oaks ~ TARA
D32. Mukluk or Wellington ~ BOOT
D32. Word with camp or hill ~ BOOT
D33. Yankee legend ~ RUTH
D33. Baseball legend ~ RUTH
D34. Hurt all over ~ ACHE
D34. Lumbago, e.g. ~ ACHE
D36. "Puttin' on the ___" ~ RITZ
D36. "Puttin' on the ___" ~ RITZ
D39. Place to worship from ~ AFAR
D39. Worship from ___ ~ AFAR
D42. Stimpy's counterpart ~ REN
D42. Cartoon dog ~ REN
D46. Extremist ~ ZEALOT
D46. Extremist ~ ZEALOT
D47. Long-faced ~ SAD
D47. Long-faced ~ SAD
D49. Wild dog of 23-Across ~ DHOLE
D49. Wild Asian dog ~ DHOLE
D51. Castle of the ballroom ~ IRENE
D51. Dunne of "I Remember Mama" ~ IRENE
D52. "___ at last!" ~ ALONE
D52. Peake novel "Titus ___" ~ ALONE
D53. Comparatively recent ~ NEWER
D53. Comparatively recent ~ NEWER
D54. Killed a dragon, e.g. ~ SLEW
D54. Killed a dragon, e.g. ~ SLEW
D55. Haydn's sobriquet ~ PAPA
D55. One of the three bears ~ PAPA
D56. Fervent ~ AVID
D56. Dyed-in-the-wool ~ AVID
D58. Some MIT grads ~ EES
D58. Some MIT grads ~ EES
D61. Musician Turner ~ IKE
D61. Musician Turner ~ IKE

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