Comparison for up2006-02-11

  • Title: "TWO-WAY STREET" (FEBRUARY 22, 2001)
  • Author: By Gayle Dean
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  • Title: GOING BOTH WAYS
  • Author: By Gayle Dean / Timothy Parker
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A1. Age blue jeans ~ FADE
A1. What a spy may write in ~ CODE
A5. Emulates Sammy Davis, Jr. ~ TAPS
A5. Soldier's lullaby ~ TAPS
A9. Handles hardship ~ COPES
A9. Handles hardship ~ COPES
A14. Soprano's strain ~ ARIA
A14. A song for one ~ ARIA
A15. Countryside cylinder ~ SILO
A15. Cylinder you may see in the country ~ SILO
A16. Persona's reverse ~ ANIMA
A16. Persona's reverse ~ ANIMA
A17. Closing in ~ NEAR
A17. Burn slightly ~ SEAR
A18. Etc. relative ~ ETAL
A18. Etc. relative ~ ETAL
A19. Thematic element ~ MOTIF
A19. Thematic element ~ MOTIF
A20. January birthstone ~ GARNET
A20. It stings ~ HORNET
A22. Natural smoke detector ~ NOSE
A22. Natural smoke detector ~ NOSE
A24. Roar of a Spanish crowd ~ OLE
A24. Roar of a Spanish crowd ~ OLE
A25. It doubles your dough? ~ YEAST
A25. It may double your dough ~ YEAST
A27. Detective novelist Erle ~ GARDNER
A27. Detective novelist Erle Stanley ~ GARDNER
A29. "A Room With a View" novelist ~ FORSTER
A29. "A Room With a View" novelist ~ FORSTER
A31. Gold-glover Rodriguez ~ IVAN
A31. Lendl or Reitman ~ IVAN
A32. Send sky-high ~ ELATE
A32. Send sky-high ~ ELATE
A33. Seagoing vessel, in myth ~ ARGO
A33. Seagoing vessel, in myth ~ ARGO
A35. "Dear" advice columnist ~ ABBY
A35. Dear one of advice ~ ABBY
A39. Luau loop ~ LEI
A39. Luau loop ~ LEI
A40. Carnivorous birds ~ RAPTORS
A40. Carnivorous birds ~ RAPTORS
A43. Piece of mine ~ ORE
A43. Piece of mine? ~ ORE
A44. List type ~ TODO
A44. List type ~ TODO
A46. It may wind up on a dock ~ REEL
A46. It may wind up on a dock ~ REEL
A47. City on the Ruhr ~ ESSEN
A47. City on the Ruhr ~ ESSEN
A49. Expert, in slang ~ WHIZ
A49. Expert, in slang ~ WHIZ
A51. Some reed players ~ OBOISTS
A51. Some reed players ~ OBOISTS
A53. Official discharge ~ RELEASE
A53. Official discharge ~ RELEASE
A56. Fry lightly ~ SAUTE
A56. Fry lightly ~ SAUTE
A57. In the past ~ AGO
A57. In the past ~ AGO
A58. Invigorates (with "up") ~ PEPS
A58. Invigorates (with "up") ~ PEPS
A60. Like some curbs in winter ~ SLUSHY
A60. Like many a winter road ~ SLUSHY
A63. Like fresh lettuce ~ CRISP
A63. Like fresh lettuce ~ CRISP
A65. Burghoff's TV co-star ~ ALDA
A65. Burghoff's TV co-star ~ ALDA
A67. On a slow boat to China ~ ASEA
A67. On a slow boat to China, e.g. ~ ASEA
A68. Weird ~ EERIE
A68. Unearthly ~ EERIE
A69. Stir turbulently ~ ROIL
A69. Stir turbulently ~ ROIL
A70. Unit of pressure ~ TORR
A70. Unit of pressure ~ TORR
A71. Rudder's locale ~ STERN
A71. Rudder's locale ~ STERN
A72. Marquee ~ TENT
A72. Marquee ~ TENT
A73. Ink's color, to Browning ~ EBON
A73. Ink's color, to Shakespeare ~ EBON
D1. Diller's spouse, affectionately ~ FANG
D1. Carry partner ~ CASH
D2. Code that's not a secret ~ AREA
D2. Embossed snack ~ OREO
D3. Journal theft? ~ DIARYRAID
D3. Journal theft? (goes both ways) ~ DIARYRAID
D4. Wilde thought it important ~ EARNEST
D4. Sincere ~ EARNEST
D5. A Zairian fly ~ TSETSE
D5. Fly over the equator? ~ TSETSE
D6. British islet ~ AIT
D6. British islet ~ AIT
D7. Intend ~ PLAN
D7. Word with game or pension ~ PLAN
D8. Male escorts working alone? ~ SOLOGIGOLOS
D8. Male escorts working alone? (goes both ways) ~ SOLOGIGOLOS
D9. Tourist's tote ~ CAMERA
D9. Tourist's tote ~ CAMERA
D10. Words of protest from Yoko? ~ ONO
D10. Words of protest from Yoko? ~ ONO
D11. Rock climber's spike ~ PITON
D11. Rock climber's spike ~ PITON
D12. Rousseau work ~ EMILE
D12. Rousseau work ~ EMILE
D13. Less hazardous ~ SAFER
D13. Comparatively unthreatened ~ SAFER
D21. Faster's opposite? ~ EATER
D21. Faster's opposite? ~ EATER
D23. Relish ~ SAVOR
D23. Relish ~ SAVOR
D26. Acrobatic apparatus? ~ TRAPEZEPART
D26. Certain acrobatic bar? (goes both ways) ~ TRAPEZEPART
D28. Evidence type ~ DNA
D28. Evidence type, briefly ~ DNA
D29. Sensed ~ FELT
D29. Sensed ~ FELT
D30. Stick in the fridge? ~ OLEO
D30. Stick in the fridge? ~ OLEO
D34. AAA suggestion ~ RTE
D34. Abbr. in some directions ~ RTE
D36. Head honchos weep? ~ BOSSESSOB
D36. Head honchos weep? (goes both ways) ~ BOSSESSOB
D37. "The Outcasts of Poker Flat" author Harte ~ BRET
D37. "The Outcasts of Poker Flat" author Harte ~ BRET
D38. Itchings ~ YENS
D38. Strong desires ~ YENS
D41. What a question might do ~ ARISE
D41. What a question might do ~ ARISE
D42. Can North and South Korea one day be _____ brothers? ~ SEOUL
D42. Olympic site of 1988 ~ SEOUL
D45. Be in hock ~ OWE
D45. Be in hock ~ OWE
D48. Place firmly ~ SITUATE
D48. Place firmly ~ SITUATE
D50. Occur ~ HAPPEN
D50. Occur ~ HAPPEN
D52. Volcanic rock ~ BASALT
D52. Certain volcanic rock ~ BASALT
D53. Pennant chases ~ RACES
D53. Pennant chases ~ RACES
D54. Plumed heron ~ EGRET
D54. Fine-feathered specimen ~ EGRET
D55. River viewed from Amboise ~ LOIRE
D55. River viewed from Amboise ~ LOIRE
D59. Blackthorn ~ SLOE
D59. Blackthorn ~ SLOE
D61. Two-fisted lunch ~ HERO
D61. White knight, stereotypically ~ HERO
D62. "The one that got away," say ~ YARN
D62. "The one that got away," say ~ YARN
D64. Poitier title role ~ SIR
D64. Poitier title role ~ SIR
D66. Noise ~ DIN
D66. Strident noise ~ DIN

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