Comparison for up2006-05-07

  • Title: "SPHERIC ANGLES" (JULY 05, 2001)
  • Author: By James E. Buell
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  • Title: CURVACEOUS
  • Author: By George Campfield / Timothy Parker
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A1. Friendly dog shakes ~ WAGS
A1. Barrel staves ~ LAGS
A5. Positive attitude ~ CANDO
A5. Positive attitude ~ CANDO
A10. "Of _____ are you speaking?" ~ WHOM
A10. "Of ___ are you speaking?" ~ WHOM
A14. Southwest crockpot ~ OLLA
A14. Southwest crockpot ~ OLLA
A15. Clownish act ~ ANTIC
A15. Clownish act ~ ANTIC
A16. Council Bluffs is there ~ IOWA
A16. Council Bluffs is there ~ IOWA
A17. Takes a turn, to a carpentry shop perhaps? ~ ROUNDSTHECORNER
A17. Takes a sharp turn ~ ROUNDSTHECORNER
A20. Estimated time of arrival ~ DUEDATE
A20. Estimated time of arrival ~ DUEDATE
A21. Large serving bowls ~ TUREENS
A21. Large serving bowls ~ TUREENS
A22. Free pass to the second round ~ BYE
A22. Free pass, in sports ~ BYE
A23. Brimless cap ~ BERET
A23. Brimless cap ~ BERET
A24. Nolo contendere, e.g. ~ PLEA
A24. Answer to a charge ~ PLEA
A27. No spring chicken ~ OLD
A27. Hemingway title word ~ OLD
A28. Play parts ~ ACTS
A28. Follower of the Gospels ~ ACTS
A32. Emulates an Avon rep (with 43-Across) ~ RINGSTHE
A32. Seeks entry, in a way (with 43-Across) ~ RINGSTHE
A35. Huey, Dewey or Louie, to Donald ~ NEPHEW
A35. Napoleon III, to Napoleon I ~ NEPHEW
A37. Start of Mr. Rogers' song ~ ITS
A37. Start of Mr. Rogers' song ~ ITS
A38. Trailblazer ~ PIONEER
A38. Trailblazer ~ PIONEER
A40. Linguistic suffix ~ ESE
A40. Linguistic suffix ~ ESE
A41. Nervy? ~ NEURAL
A41. Nervy? ~ NEURAL
A43. See 32-Across ~ DOORBELL
A43. See 32-Across ~ DOORBELL
A45. Sloth's hangout ~ TREE
A45. It might need surgery ~ TREE
A46. Part of GE ~ GEN
A46. Atty. ___ ~ GEN
A47. Autumn birthstone ~ OPAL
A47. Stone made of hydrated silica ~ OPAL
A48. Peer among peers ~ JUROR
A48. Peer among peers ~ JUROR
A51. Linen liturgical vestment ~ ALB
A51. Linen liturgical vestment ~ ALB
A53. Changed to suit ~ ALTERED
A53. Changed to suit ~ ALTERED
A56. Up to now ~ THUSFAR
A56. Up to now ~ THUSFAR
A60. Hitches a ride on a satellite, perhaps? ~ CIRCLESTHEGLOBE
A60. Orbits ~ CIRCLESTHEGLOBE
A62. Give off ~ EMIT
A62. Give off ~ EMIT
A63. Split land ~ KOREA
A63. Split land ~ KOREA
A64. First name in mysteries ~ ERLE
A64. First name in mysteries ~ ERLE
A65. Works like a beaver ~ DAMS
A65. Some four-footed mothers ~ DAMS
A66. Golf great Sam ~ SNEAD
A66. Golf great Sam ~ SNEAD
A67. Feat, the same either way ~ DEED
A67. Exploit ~ DEED
D1. This is one ~ WORD
D1. Almighty one ~ LORD
D2. Baseball's Felipe or Moises ~ ALOU
D2. Moises of baseball ~ ALOU
D3. Bond, but not James ~ GLUE
D3. Filler for some guns ~ GLUE
D4. Balloon ballast ~ SANDBAG
D4. Common balloon ballast ~ SANDBAG
D5. Socioeconomic class ~ CASTE
D5. Socioeconomic class ~ CASTE
D6. Kick in for a hand ~ ANTE
D6. Kick in for a hand ~ ANTE
D7. Utmost degree ~ NTH
D7. Utmost degree ~ NTH
D8. Ate sparingly ~ DIETED
D8. Ate sparingly ~ DIETED
D9. Come to pass ~ OCCUR
D9. Come about ~ OCCUR
D10. Act of law enforcement ~ WIRETAP
D10. Intercept a conversation, in a way ~ WIRETAP
D11. Sharpen, as one's skills ~ HONE
D11. Cutting edge creator ~ HONE
D12. "The Virginian" author Wister ~ OWEN
D12. "The Virginian" author Wister ~ OWEN
D13. Utopia Plains locale ~ MARS
D13. Setting for many sci-fi films ~ MARS
D18. When it's light ~ DAY
D18. What light indicates ~ DAY
D19. Smeltery supply ~ ORE
D19. It may be picked ~ ORE
D23. Kitchen gizmo ~ BLENDER
D23. Kitchen gizmo ~ BLENDER
D24. Publish ~ PRINT
D24. Form request, sometimes ~ PRINT
D25. Soda buy ~ LITER
D25. Metric unit of capacity ~ LITER
D26. Follo2w as a result ~ ENSUE
D26. Follow logically ~ ENSUE
D27. "Well, well, well!" ~ OHO
D27. "Well, well, well!" ~ OHO
D29. Nestling's cry ~ CHEEP
D29. Nestling's cry ~ CHEEP
D30. Inventor Nikola ~ TESLA
D30. Magnetic unit ~ TESLA
D31. "Great!" ~ SWELL
D31. Crestless wave ~ SWELL
D33. Relaxation spot ~ SPA
D33. Evian attraction ~ SPA
D34. Up to, in ads ~ TIL
D34. Up to, colloquially ~ TIL
D35. Word form for "new" ~ NEO
D35. Paleo- opposite ~ NEO
D36. Overthrow a base ~ ERR
D36. Show fallibility ~ ERR
D39. One billion years, in geology ~ EON
D39. One billion years, in geology ~ EON
D42. Free-lancer's file? ~ REJECTS
D42. Culls ~ REJECTS
D44. Winter Olympics vehicle ~ BOBSLED
D44. It needs to be pushed to get started ~ BOBSLED
D46. One sponsored at a baptism, perhaps ~ GODSON
D46. Certain relative ~ GODSON
D49. Web address inits. ~ URL
D49. Result of a Google search ~ URL
D50. Stinks to high heaven ~ REEKS
D50. Malodors ~ REEKS
D51. In front ~ AHEAD
D51. In front ~ AHEAD
D52. Carry with effort ~ LUG
D52. Carry with effort ~ LUG
D53. Made a hole in one ~ ACED
D53. Made a hole in one ~ ACED
D54. South American capital ~ LIMA
D54. South American capital ~ LIMA
D55. Not a full cut ~ TRIM
D55. Not a full cut ~ TRIM
D56. Duke Ellington's "Take _____ Train" ~ THEA
D56. Duke Ellington's "Take ___ Train" ~ THEA
D57. Fairway warning ~ FORE
D57. Fairway warning ~ FORE
D58. Up to the task ~ ABLE
D58. Up to the task ~ ABLE
D59. Oboist's purchase ~ REED
D59. Cattail, e.g. ~ REED
D61. Three, in Napoli ~ TRE
D61. Three, in Napoli ~ TRE

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