Comparison for up2006-01-24

  • Title: "TAKEN FOR GRANITE" (SEPTEMBER 06, 2000)
  • Author: By Frances Hansen
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  • Title: SOLID!
  • Author: By Gil Holley / Timothy Parker
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A1. Call it by its right name ~ SPADE
A1. "Same Time, Next Year" playwright ~ SLADE
A6. "_____ tricks?" ~ HOWS
A6. "Open, Sesame!" speaker ~ BABA
A10. Pitt of "Fight Club" ~ BRAD
A10. Barcelona chairs lack them ~ ARMS
A14. Spiral ~ HELIX
A14. Spiral ~ HELIX
A15. "I _____ my wits' end!" ~ AMAT
A15. They may be boosted ~ EGOS
A16. Whig's opponent ~ TORY
A16. Old, foolish person ~ COOT
A17. Bar at the bar ~ ESTOP
A17. Bar at the bar ~ ESTOP
A18. It could receive permanent damage ~ HAIR
A18. Like some orders ~ TALL
A19. Rival of USC ~ UCLA
A19. Grayish yellow ~ ECRU
A20. Weasel-like animal ~ STONEMARTEN
A20. Weasellike animal ~ STONEMARTEN
A23. Heyerdahl's "___-Tiki" ~ KON
A23. Understanding ~ KEN
A24. Opposite of SSW ~ NNE
A24. About 22 degrees ~ NNE
A25. "From _____ shining..." ~ SEATO
A25. "From ___ shining ..." ~ SEATO
A27. Frowned-on fire-resistant material ~ ASBESTOS
A27. Old building substance ~ ASBESTOS
A32. Hit pay dirt or it may be gross ~ PROFIT
A32. It may be gross ~ PROFIT
A35. Leader of the "Long March" ~ MAO
A35. Leader of the Long March ~ MAO
A36. Spine-tingling ~ EERIE
A36. Spine-tingling ~ EERIE
A38. Major Joppolo's post ~ ADANO
A38. "A Bell for ___" ~ ADANO
A39. Border on ~ ABUT
A39. Border on ~ ABUT
A41. Dustin in "Midnight Cowboy" ~ RATSO
A41. Dustin in "Midnight Cowboy" ~ RATSO
A43. Forerunner of the NKVD and KGB ~ OGPU
A43. Lenin's police org. ~ OGPU
A44. Like many bathroom floors ~ TILED
A44. Like many bathroom floors ~ TILED
A46. "_____ pray" (minister's suggestion) ~ LETUS
A46. "___ pray" (pulpit petition) ~ LETUS
A48. It's across the Atl. ~ EUR
A48. Pt. of EEC ~ EUR
A49. "Positively!" ~ INDEED
A49. "Positively!" ~ INDEED
A51. They know the drill ~ DENTISTS
A51. They know the drill ~ DENTISTS
A53. First month of el año ~ ENERO
A53. First month of el ano ~ ENERO
A55. Hail it! ~ CAB
A55. Something to chew ~ CUD
A56. That girl ~ HER
A56. General address ~ SIR
A58. Golf tournament locale ~ PEBBLEBEACH
A58. One place to golf ~ PEBBLEBEACH
A64. Alan the sitcom legend ~ ALDA
A64. Likelihood ratio ~ ODDS
A66. Flying prefix ~ AERO
A66. Flying prefix ~ AERO
A67. Slangy dissent, pig Latin style ~ IXNAY
A67. Hindu gentleman (Var.) ~ BABOO
A68. Ardor ~ ZEAL
A68. Like unmixed whiskey ~ NEAT
A69. Patronize the postoffice ~ MAIL
A69. Knights' garb ~ MAIL
A70. Make an exit ~ LEAVE
A70. Peru native ~ LLAMA
A71. Austen or Flaubert heroine ~ EMMA
A71. Slightly tainted ~ GAMY
A72. "A Light in the Attic" author Silverstein ~ SHEL
A72. "A Light in the Attic" author Silverstein ~ SHEL
A73. This compound is a bum steer? ~ ESTER
A73. Elizabeth I's ill-fated favorite ~ ESSEX
D1. "_____ a Lady" (Anka ditty) ~ SHES
D1. Mother and daughter, e.g. ~ SHES
D2. Nuisance ~ PEST
D2. "___ we forget ..." ~ LEST
D3. Choir voice ~ ALTO
D3. Violist's clef ~ ALTO
D4. Family name of famous quintuplets ~ DIONNE
D4. Famous quintuplets' name ~ DIONNE
D5. Outlay ~ EXPENSE
D5. Outlay ~ EXPENSE
D6. "Got you!" ~ HAHA
D6. Type of blocker ~ BETA
D7. The Tentmaker ~ OMAR
D7. Culture contents ~ AGAR
D8. Bides one's time ~ WAITS
D8. Frankenstein monster features ~ BOLTS
D9. Oscar-winner Meryl ~ STREEP
D9. Fast follower? ~ ASLEEP
D10. Measure of heat energy ~ BTU
D10. Maven ~ ACE
D11. Sturdy old hymn ~ ROCKOFAGES
D11. Sturdy old hymn ~ ROCKOFAGES
D12. A Guthrie ~ ARLO
D12. Greater quantity ~ MORE
D13. Cannon of "Heaven Can Wait" ~ DYAN
D13. Shock ~ STUN
D21. Olympic measure ~ METER
D21. Olympic measure ~ METER
D22. Japan's first capital ~ NARA
D22. Japan's first capital ~ NARA
D26. Well-___ (prosperous) ~ TODO
D26. Words with well ~ TODO
D27. Valuable violin ~ AMATI
D27. Valuable violin ~ AMATI
D28. Polio vaccine developer ~ SABIN
D28. Polio vaccine developer ~ SABIN
D29. Colorado River construction, briefly ~ BOULDERDAM
D29. It was renamed for Herbert Hoover ~ BOULDERDAM
D30. Like a word of mouth ~ ORAL
D30. Type of history ~ ORAL
D31. Situated ~ SITED
D31. Situated ~ SITED
D33. Suggestions ~ INPUT
D33. Suggestions, e.g. ~ INPUT
D34. Balzac's birthplace ~ TOURS
D34. Balzac's birthplace ~ TOURS
D37. Famed Ferrara family ~ ESTE
D37. Famed Ferrara family ~ ESTE
D40. Ump chaser? ~ TEEN
D40. Ump chaser? ~ TEEN
D42. Snow leopard (it's a lightweight) ~ OUNCE
D42. Gold measure ~ OUNCE
D45. Profound ~ DEEP
D45. Profound ~ DEEP
D47. Unable to be moved ~ STABILE
D47. Five o'clock shadow ~ STUBBLE
D50. Where I'll see you, tunefully? ~ DREAMS
D50. Wild fancies ~ DREAMS
D52. Wild mountain goats ~ IBEXES
D52. Models of excellence ~ IDEALS
D54. African witchcraft ~ OBEAH
D54. African witchcraft ~ OBEAH
D56. Hendrix's was "Purple" ~ HAZE
D56. Dance partner? ~ SONG
D57. Sch. for small fry ~ ELEM
D57. It's in your mind ~ IDEA
D59. Cheese type ~ BRIE
D59. Cheese type ~ BRIE
D60. Lounge about ~ LOLL
D60. Hang in the hammock, e.g. ~ LOLL
D61. Med. sch. course ~ ANAT
D61. Arabic coats ~ ABAS
D62. Mountain opening ~ CAVE
D62. Attend the shindig ~ COME
D63. Actress Martha of "Some Came Running" ~ HYER
D63. Fraudulence ~ HOAX
D65. _____ carte (menu phrase) ~ ALA
D65. It's fit for a pig ~ STY

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