Comparison for up2006-01-05

  • Title: "UNINVITED GUESTS" (AUGUST 14, 2000)
  • Author: By Marjorie Richter
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  • Title: BUG ALERT!
  • Author: By Alex Cole / Timothy Parker
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A1. Sucker's beginning ~ SEER
A1. Type of foundation ~ SLAB
A5. "But, _____! what light through yonder window breaks?" ~ SOFT
A5. Easily bullied ~ SOFT
A9. Snow unit ~ FLAKE
A9. Bit of snowfall ~ FLAKE
A14. Up to the job ~ ABLE
A14. Errand runner, e.g. ~ AIDE
A15. Follow an order ~ OBEY
A15. Follow an order ~ OBEY
A16. Sheets and tablecloths ~ LINEN
A16. Sheets, tablecloths, etc. ~ LINEN
A17. Intention ~ GOAL
A17. Stir up sediment ~ ROIL
A18. Like the sea ~ DEEP
A18. Heartfelt ~ DEEP
A19. Preamble ~ INTRO
A19. Preamble ~ INTRO
A20. Italian meal starter ~ ANTIPASTO
A20. Italian meal starter, perhaps ~ ANTIPASTO
A22. Bartletts and Boscs ~ PEARS
A22. Bartletts and Boscs, e.g. ~ PEARS
A23. Last word of an ultimatum ~ ELSE
A23. Last word of an ultimatum ~ ELSE
A24. Fight, but not seriously ~ SPAR
A24. Fight, but not seriously ~ SPAR
A25. "He Ain't _____, He's My Brother" ~ HEAVY
A25. Bad guy in films ~ HEAVY
A28. Item in a dentist's office ~ PAPERCUP
A28. Item in a dentist's office ~ PAPERCUP
A32. Boleyn, for one ~ ANNE
A32. Sister of Emily and Charlotte ~ ANNE
A33. Card dispenser ~ DEALER
A33. Card dispenser ~ DEALER
A35. Prefix for age or angle ~ TRI
A35. Prefix for age or angle ~ TRI
A36. "Horsefeathers!" ~ ROT
A36. "Horsefeathers!" ~ ROT
A37. Events crashed by this puzzle's uninvited guests? ~ PICNICS
A37. Summer outings ~ PICNICS
A38. "When Will _____ Loved?" ~ IBE
A38. "When Will ___ Loved?" ~ IBE
A39. Whitney, for one ~ ELI
A39. Whitney, for one ~ ELI
A40. Current terminals ~ ANODES
A40. Current terminals ~ ANODES
A41. Duel memento ~ SCAR
A41. Former stitch location, perhaps ~ SCAR
A42. Dance with lots of arm movements ~ MACARENA
A42. Dance craze of the '90s ~ MACARENA
A44. Agenda ~ PLANS
A44. Thinks ahead ~ PLANS
A45. Caesar's bad day ~ IDES
A45. Caesar's bad day ~ IDES
A46. Actor Ray ~ ALDO
A46. Gucci of fashion ~ ALDO
A48. Tree with fluttering leaves ~ ASPEN
A48. Tree with fluttering leaves ~ ASPEN
A50. Period before the middle ages ~ ANTIQUITY
A50. Period before the Middle Ages ~ ANTIQUITY
A55. Don Rickles' favorite entree? ~ ROAST
A55. Barb-filled ceremony ~ ROAST
A56. Stovetop items ~ POTS
A56. Stovetop items ~ POTS
A57. Emotion displayed with hand-rubbing ~ GLEE
A57. Emotion displayed with hand-rubbing ~ GLEE
A58. ___-frutti ~ TUTTI
A58. ___-frutti ~ TUTTI
A59. Like Austin Powers' nemesis ~ EVIL
A59. Diabolical ~ EVIL
A60. Captain Frank Furillo's street ~ HILL
A60. Faith in country? ~ HILL
A61. Fencing swords ~ EPEES
A61. Some swords ~ EPEES
A62. Regatta, for example ~ RACE
A62. It's sometimes a drag ~ RACE
A63. Hawk ~ SELL
A63. Hawk ~ SELL
D1. It's a long story ~ SAGA
D1. Lee of desserts ~ SARA
D2. Black, to a poet ~ EBON
D2. Tawny native of Africa ~ LION
D3. Israeli port city ~ ELAT
D3. Entrance for extraction ~ ADIT
D4. Alleviate ~ RELIEVE
D4. Have faith ~ BELIEVE
D5. Scotch partners? ~ SODAS
D5. They're sometimes kept behind bars ~ SODAS
D6. Like a sumo wrestler ~ OBESE
D6. Like most sumo wrestlers ~ OBESE
D7. Pedal pushers ~ FEET
D7. Pedal pushers ~ FEET
D8. Proofreader's find ~ TYPO
D8. Proofreader's find ~ TYPO
D9. Snorkeler's footwear ~ FLIPPERS
D9. Snorkeler's wear ~ FLIPPERS
D10. One-dimensional ~ LINEAR
D10. One-dimensional ~ LINEAR
D11. Land way down south ~ ANTARCTICA
D11. Uninhabited land ~ ANTARCTICA
D12. Deborah or Walter ~ KERR
D12. Deborah or Walter ~ KERR
D13. Hall of Famer Slaughter ~ ENOS
D13. Genesis man ~ ENOS
D21. Word on a Charmin package ~ PLY
D21. Work busily ~ PLY
D24. Glasses ~ SPECS
D24. Glasses ~ SPECS
D25. Women's group? ~ HAREM
D25. Concubine center ~ HAREM
D26. Part of a famous plane name ~ ENOLA
D26. Part of a famous plane name ~ ENOLA
D27. Look forward to ~ ANTICIPATE
D27. Look forward to ~ ANTICIPATE
D28. Cute bamboo eater ~ PANDA
D28. Bamboo consumer ~ PANDA
D29. "I cannot tell _____" ~ ALIE
D29. "I cannot tell ___" ~ ALIE
D30. Lead-in for sprawl or renewal ~ URBAN
D30. Citified ~ URBAN
D31. Popular strolling sites ~ PIERS
D31. Popular strolling sites ~ PIERS
D33. Has an elegant meal ~ DINES
D33. Has an elegant meal ~ DINES
D34. The "dismal science," for short ~ ECON
D34. The "dismal science," for short ~ ECON
D37. In loco _____ ~ PARENTIS
D37. Word after "in loco," in a phrase ~ PARENTIS
D41. Stagnant swamps ~ SLOUGHS
D41. Stagnant swamps ~ SLOUGHS
D43. Carol starter ~ ADESTE
D43. Carol title word ~ ADESTE
D44. ASAP ~ PDQ
D44. ASAP ~ PDQ
D46. Garret ~ ATTIC
D46. Where the last flight ends? ~ ATTIC
D47. Cotton thread ~ LISLE
D47. Cotton thread ~ LISLE
D48. Johnson of "Laugh-In" ~ ARTE
D48. Johnson of "Laugh-In" ~ ARTE
D49. Liquidy food ~ SOUP
D49. Liquid nourishment ~ SOUP
D50. Copycat ~ APER
D50. Copycat ~ APER
D51. PBS science series ~ NOVA
D51. Spectacular star ~ NOVA
D52. Tennis champ Nastase ~ ILIE
D52. Tennis champ Nastase ~ ILIE
D53. Swiss patriot ~ TELL
D53. Break the news ~ TELL
D54. Scream ~ YELL
D54. Scream ~ YELL

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