Comparison for up2006-02-21

  • Title: "MEASURE UP!" (DECEMBER 13, 2000)
  • Author: By Marjorie Berg
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  • Title: MEASURING STICK
  • Author: By Jack Humpback / Timothy Parker
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A1. Quick punches ~ JABS
A1. Hands-on workplaces ~ LABS
A5. Swivel joint? ~ HIP
A5. Swivel joint? ~ HIP
A8. Clean a bit ~ TIDYUP
A8. Prepare the house for guests ~ TIDYUP
A14. Away from the storm ~ ALEE
A14. Away from the storm ~ ALEE
A15. Beatle's spouse ~ ONO
A15. A Beatle's spouse ~ ONO
A16. "Ten-hut!" undoer ~ ATEASE
A16. "Ten-hut!" reversal ~ ATEASE
A17. Highway-distance marker ~ MILEPOST
A17. Highway distance marker ~ MILEPOST
A19. Household tasks ~ CHORES
A19. Household tasks ~ CHORES
A20. Minor movie role ~ BITPART
A20. Minor movie role ~ BITPART
A21. _____ Na Na of doo-wop ~ SHA
A21. Na Na lead-in ~ SHA
A22. Batman and Robin are a dynamic one ~ DUO
A22. Batman and Robin are a dynamic one ~ DUO
A23. Fergie, formally ~ SARAH
A23. Fergie, formally ~ SARAH
A25. Free tickets, informally ~ COMPS
A25. Free tickets, informally ~ COMPS
A27. It's supposed to come first ~ SAFETY
A27. It's supposed to come first ~ SAFETY
A31. "Moonlight _____" ~ SONATA
A31. One of many by Beethoven ~ SONATA
A33. Writing style ~ PROSE
A33. Writing style ~ PROSE
A34. Word before shell or Bell ~ TACO
A34. Burrito alternative ~ TACO
A35. Russian autocrat ~ TSAR
A35. Russian autocrat ~ TSAR
A38. What little things mean? ~ ALOT
A38. What little things mean? ~ ALOT
A39. McGwire and Spitz ~ MARKS
A39. School grades ~ MARKS
A40. "A Bug's Life" character ~ ATTA
A40. "A Bug's Life" princess ~ ATTA
A41. Butterfly's cousin ~ MOTH
A41. Butterfly's cousin ~ MOTH
A42. Asset ~ PLUS
A42. Asset ~ PLUS
A43. 'Twixt's partner ~ TWEEN
A43. 'Twixt's partner ~ TWEEN
A44. Evade (with "out of") ~ WEASEL
A44. Animal in a kid's song ~ WEASEL
A46. Flew high ~ SOARED
A46. Took wing ~ SOARED
A47. Nobody's fool ~ SMART
A47. Be the victim of a sting? ~ SMART
A49. "Cool!" ~ NEATO
A49. Nifty, to The Beave ~ NEATO
A51. The other woman ~ HER
A51. The other woman ~ HER
A52. Get off the fence, so to speak ~ OPT
A52. Be decisive ~ OPT
A54. Drum-roll start ~ RATATAT
A54. Drumroll start ~ RATATAT
A59. Spanish fleet ~ ARMADA
A59. Spanish fleet ~ ARMADA
A61. Short crawler? ~ INCHWORM
A61. Small hairless caterpillar ~ INCHWORM
A62. Brandishes ~ WIELDS
A62. Brandishes ~ WIELDS
A63. Acorn, in many years ~ OAK
A63. Dresser wood, perhaps ~ OAK
A64. Double-curved arch molding ~ OGEE
A64. Double-curved arch ~ OGEE
A65. Ulcer cause, in popular belief ~ STRESS
A65. Emphasize ~ STRESS
A66. Lbs. parts ~ OZS
A66. Lbs. parts ~ OZS
A67. Library transaction ~ LOAN
A67. Library transaction ~ LOAN
D1. Window-frame upright ~ JAMB
D1. Souvlaki ingredient ~ LAMB
D2. Et _____ (and others) ~ ALII
D2. Et ___ (and others) ~ ALII
D3. It goes to waist ~ BELT
D3. It goes to waist ~ BELT
D4. Trickle ~ SEEP
D4. Slowly permeate ~ SEEP
D5. Cheer ~ HOORAY
D5. Exclamation of joy or victory ~ HOORAY
D6. Trainer or professor, for short ~ INSTR
D6. Trainer or professor, for short ~ INSTR
D7. Kettle's carper? ~ POT
D7. Gold holder ~ POT
D8. Auto gauge ~ TACH
D8. Auto gauge ~ TACH
D9. Ivy League city ~ ITHACA
D9. Ivy League city ~ ITHACA
D10. _____ volente (God willing) ~ DEO
D10. ___ volente (God willing) ~ DEO
D11. Railroad supervisor ~ YARDMASTER
D11. Railroad supervisor ~ YARDMASTER
D12. Deplete ~ USEUP
D12. Deplete ~ USEUP
D13. Money in Chihuahua ~ PESOS
D13. Money in Chihuahua ~ PESOS
D18. Kindergarten adhesive ~ PASTE
D18. Anchovy product ~ PASTE
D21. Bump absorbers ~ SHOCKS
D21. Hard drive needs? ~ SHOCKS
D24. Ordinarily ~ ASARULE
D24. Ordinarily ~ ASARULE
D26. North American capital ~ OTTAWA
D26. North American capital ~ OTTAWA
D27. Canned-meat product ~ SPAM
D27. Foxhole entree ~ SPAM
D28. Folk-singer Guthrie ~ ARLO
D28. Folk singer Guthrie ~ ARLO
D29. Insulated sock ~ FOOTWARMER
D29. Insulated sock ~ FOOTWARMER
D30. Aunt on "Sanford and Son" ~ ESTHER
D30. Aunt on "Sanford and Son" ~ ESTHER
D32. Refusal after refusal ~ NOS
D32. They start many park signs ~ NOS
D34. Skill ~ TALENT
D34. Skill ~ TALENT
D36. To _____ (precisely) ~ ATEE
D36. To ___ (precisely) ~ ATEE
D37. Johannesburg coin ~ RAND
D37. Johannesburg coin ~ RAND
D39. GI cops ~ MPS
D39. "M*A*S*H" extras, briefly ~ MPS
D43. Bridge section ~ TOOTH
D43. It comes after wisdom ~ TOOTH
D45. In disagreement ~ ATODDS
D45. In disagreement ~ ATODDS
D46. Orderly piles ~ STACKS
D46. Orderly piles ~ STACKS
D47. Artie and George Bernard ~ SHAWS
D47. Artie and George Bernard ~ SHAWS
D48. Virtue ~ MERIT
D48. Type of system or badge ~ MERIT
D50. "I Love Lucy" regular ~ ARNAZ
D50. Ball's partner ~ ARNAZ
D53. Free ticket ~ PASS
D53. Free ticket ~ PASS
D55. Way, way off base ~ AWOL
D55. Temporarily out of service? ~ AWOL
D56. Many fast-food orders ~ TOGO
D56. Like many fast-food orders ~ TOGO
D57. High-pressure _____ ~ AREA
D57. High-pressure ___ ~ AREA
D58. Counterfeit cops? ~ TMEN
D58. Counterfeit cops? ~ TMEN
D60. British brew ~ ALE
D60. British brew ~ ALE
D61. Perfect test score ~ IOO
D61. Perfect test score ~ IOO

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