Comparison for up2006-09-07

  • Title: "TOSS SOME CURVES" (MARCH 27, 2002)
  • Author: By Lynn Lempel
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  • Title: SSSNAKE CHARMER
  • Author: By Frida Greene / Timothy Parker
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A1. Shells or bow ties ~ PASTA
A1. Political sphere, e.g. ~ ARENA
A6. Rebel Turner ~ NAT
A6. Rebel Turner ~ NAT
A9. "Remember the _____!" ~ ALAMO
A9. "Remember the ___!" ~ ALAMO
A14. Word with shouldered or minded ~ BROAD
A14. One without a permanent address ~ NOMAD
A15. Exploit ~ USE
A15. Exploit ~ USE
A16. Foreman, e.g. ~ BOXER
A16. One who works on canvas ~ BOXER
A17. Barn add-on ~ STORM
A17. Certain belief system ~ DEISM
A18. Dance, when doubled ~ CHA
A18. Half of a lively dance ~ CHA
A19. WWII conference site ~ YALTA
A19. Big Three conference site ~ YALTA
A20. Silver alternative ~ STAINLESSSTEEL
A20. Alloy that's not so hard to spot? ~ STAINLESSSTEEL
A23. "Come _____ About Me" (The Supremes) ~ SEE
A23. Look or must adjunct ~ SEE
A24. Luxurious ~ POSH
A24. Luxurious ~ POSH
A25. Modern-day "Madama Butterfly" ~ MISSSAIGON
A25. Broadway premiere of April 11, 1991 ~ MISSSAIGON
A30. It'll keep you on guard ~ EPEE
A30. It'll keep you en garde? ~ EPEE
A34. Straighten a hose ~ UNCOIL
A34. Straighten a hose, e.g. ~ UNCOIL
A35. They think they own the road ~ HOGS
A35. Sty occupants ~ HOGS
A37. Mo. named for a Caesar ~ AUG
A37. Mo. named for a Caesar ~ AUG
A38. Grassy plain of South America ~ LLANO
A38. Grassy plain of Latin America ~ LLANO
A39. Dance, when doubled ~ CAN
A39. Is able to ~ CAN
A40. Like some birds? ~ EARLY
A40. More than punctual ~ EARLY
A42. Moray ~ EEL
A42. Japanese delicacy ~ EEL
A43. Glaring lure on the strip ~ NEON
A43. Lure on the strip ~ NEON
A45. Foot part ~ INSTEP
A45. Foot part ~ INSTEP
A46. Polaris, for one ~ STAR
A46. Galactic bit ~ STAR
A48. Luau attire ~ GRASSSKIRT
A48. Luau attire ~ GRASSSKIRT
A50. "Once _____ a Mattress" ~ UPON
A50. "Once ___ a time ..." ~ UPON
A52. Biopic subject ~ ALI
A52. "When We Were Kings" profilee ~ ALI
A53. Student officer ~ CLASSSECRETARY
A53. Student officer ~ CLASSSECRETARY
A60. Undersized ~ RUNTY
A60. On the small side ~ RUNTY
A61. Scott Joplin forte ~ RAG
A61. Joplin composition ~ RAG
A62. Hit the sack, e.g. ~ IDIOM
A62. Hit the sack, e.g. ~ IDIOM
A64. Lofty space? ~ ATTIC
A64. Lofty space? ~ ATTIC
A65. First matriarch ~ EVE
A65. First matriarch ~ EVE
A66. Screwdriver component ~ VODKA
A66. Russian spirit? ~ VODKA
A67. Tree with smooth bark ~ BEECH
A67. Tree with smooth bark ~ BEECH
A68. _____ Moines ~ DES
A68. ___ Moines ~ DES
A69. What this puzzle has in abundance ~ ESSES
A69. The three in each of this puzzle's theme entries ~ ESSES
D1. Viewer-supported network ~ PBS
D1. Inclusive conjunction ~ AND
D2. Fine follower ~ ARTS
D2. Caviar sources ~ ROES
D3. Combustion by-product ~ SOOT
D3. Send off, as broadcast waves ~ EMIT
D4. O'Hara residence ~ TARA
D4. "The Right Stuff" group ~ NASA
D5. Acknowledgment of the truth ~ ADMISSION
D5. Acknowledgment of the truth ~ ADMISSION
D6. Cell centers ~ NUCLEI
D6. Cell centers ~ NUCLEI
D7. U.S. Open stadium name ~ ASHE
D7. Tennis legend Arthur ~ ASHE
D8. Chef's measure ~ TEASPOON
D8. Recipe measure ~ TEASPOON
D9. Bottomless pit ~ ABYSS
D9. Bottomless pit ~ ABYSS
D10. Abhor ~ LOATHE
D10. Abhor ~ LOATHE
D11. Drive train component ~ AXLE
D11. Drive train component ~ AXLE
D12. Dole ~ METE
D12. Parcel (with "out") ~ METE
D13. Voiced ~ ORAL
D13. Voiced ~ ORAL
D21. Oscar winner for "Hud" ~ NEAL
D21. Oscar winner for "Hud" ~ NEAL
D22. Something to break into ~ SONG
D22. Something to break into ~ SONG
D25. Symbols of stubbornness ~ MULES
D25. Stubborn creatures ~ MULES
D26. Narrow water passage ~ INLET
D26. Narrow water passage ~ INLET
D27. La _____ (Milan landmark) ~ SCALA
D27. La ___ (Milan landmark) ~ SCALA
D28. Heir, perhaps ~ SON
D28. Trinity member ~ SON
D29. Gold Coast country ~ GHANA
D29. Gold Coast country ~ GHANA
D31. Serial starter ~ PARTI
D31. Serial starter ~ PARTI
D32. 18th c. Swiss mathematician ~ EULER
D32. Swiss mathematician Leonard ~ EULER
D33. Camp David accords nation ~ EGYPT
D33. Cairo is its capital city ~ EGYPT
D36. Easily offended ~ SENSITIVE
D36. Easily offended ~ SENSITIVE
D39. Unable to escape ~ CORNERED
D39. Unable to escape ~ CORNERED
D41. Quiz ~ ASK
D41. Put forth a question ~ ASK
D44. Freud's I's ~ EGOS
D44. Prima donnas' problems ~ EGOS
D45. It sits in the sea ~ ISLE
D45. "Robinson Crusoe" locale ~ ISLE
D47. Countrified ~ RUSTIC
D47. No city slicker ~ RUSTIC
D49. Snorkel and Bilko ~ SARGES
D49. Snorkel and Bilko, informally ~ SARGES
D51. Turn on the gamesmanship ~ PSYCH
D51. Intimidate ~ PSYCH
D53. Imperial dish? ~ CRAB
D53. Word with apple or grass ~ CRAB
D54. Pear-shaped instrument ~ LUTE
D54. Pear-shaped instrument ~ LUTE
D55. Stake ~ ANTE
D55. Poker buy-in ~ ANTE
D56. Early artist's milieu ~ CAVE
D56. Stalactite site ~ CAVE
D57. Hubbubs ~ ADOS
D57. Commotions ~ ADOS
D58. Frees ~ RIDS
D58. Unburdens ~ RIDS
D59. Oxen's device ~ YOKE
D59. Oxen gear ~ YOKE
D63. Barker and Rainey ~ MAS
D63. Kettle and Bell ~ MAS

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