Comparison for up2006-10-05

  • Title: "AN ARM AND A LEG" (JUNE 10, 2002)
  • Author: By Lynn Lempel
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  • Title: A LIMBER PUZZLE
  • Author: By Happy Lane / Timothy Parker
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A1. Split down the middle ~ HALVE
A1. Expressed in base eight ~ OCTAL
A6. Bath and Baden-Baden ~ SPAS
A6. Pacers and Ramblers, e.g. ~ AMCS
A10. Jiffy ~ SNAP
A10. Jiffy ~ SNAP
A14. Match ~ EQUAL
A14. Flying solo, e.g. ~ ALONE
A15. City in W Colombia ~ CALI
A15. Danny DeVito vehicle? ~ TAXI
A16. They carry a charge ~ IONS
A16. They carry a charge ~ IONS
A17. ARM ~ FURNISHWITHGUNS
A17. A definition for "arm" ~ FURNISHWITHGUNS
A20. Capture ~ TAKE
A20. Words with tone or poor example ~ SETA
A21. The one watching the chicks? ~ HEN
A21. Possessive adjective ~ HER
A22. Shakespeare creation ~ SONNET
A22. Shakespearean verse ~ SONNET
A23. Attention grabber ~ HAM
A23. Role for Harrison ~ HAN
A24. Granny Smith throwaway ~ CORE
A24. Most essential part ~ CORE
A25. FOOT ~ BASEOFAMOUNTAIN
A25. A definition for "foot" ~ BASEOFAMOUNTAIN
A33. "Little Women" author ~ ALCOTT
A33. "Little Women" author ~ ALCOTT
A34. Cereal grain ~ OAT
A34. Horse tidbit ~ OAT
A35. Sr.'s nest egg ~ IRA
A35. Sr.'s nest egg ~ IRA
A36. Mottled horses ~ ROANS
A36. Mottled horses ~ ROANS
A37. Courteney of "Friends" pre-Arquette ~ COX
A37. Crew member ~ COX
A38. Museum embarrassments ~ FAKES
A38. They embarrass museums ~ FAKES
A40. Provider of Monday night fare ~ NFL
A40. It's in the spotlight on some Sundays ~ NFL
A41. Lass ~ GAL
A41. Hoedown date ~ GAL
A42. Seeker of services ~ CLIENT
A42. Seeker of services ~ CLIENT
A43. LEG ~ STAGEOFAJOURNEY
A43. A definition for "leg" ~ STAGEOFAJOURNEY
A47. Wheel part ~ AXLE
A47. Hot-rod rod ~ AXLE
A48. Powerful Williams wallop ~ ACE
A48. It may be up your sleeve ~ ACE
A49. Doctor Zhivago player ~ SHARIF
A49. Doctor Zhivago player ~ SHARIF
A52. Pair ~ DUO
A52. Pair ~ DUO
A53. Herr's better half ~ FRAU
A53. Herr's better half ~ FRAU
A57. HAND ~ POINTERONACLOCK
A57. A definition for "hand" ~ POINTERONACLOCK
A60. Wight, for one ~ ISLE
A60. Land in water ~ ISLE
A61. Mob action ~ RIOT
A61. Mob action ~ RIOT
A62. Fake jewelry material ~ PASTE
A62. Fake jewel material ~ PASTE
A63. Fit one inside the other ~ NEST
A63. Fit one inside the other ~ NEST
A64. Like a stereotypical little old lady in tennis shoes? ~ SPRY
A64. Nimble and quick ~ SPRY
A65. Bottomless pit ~ ABYSS
A65. Immeasurable chasm ~ ABYSS
D1. Weigh by lifting ~ HEFT
D1. They're not too nimble and not too quick ~ OAFS
D2. Blue-green ~ AQUA
D2. Bit of evidence ~ CLUE
D3. Hang around unseen ~ LURK
D3. Matter to go to court over ~ TORT
D4. Rooster on the roof ~ VANE
D4. Jodie in a 1999 epic ~ ANNA
D5. Actor Wallach ~ ELI
D5. Token of welcome ~ LEI
D6. Outline or model ~ SCHEMA
D6. Greek counterpart of Minerva ~ ATHENA
D7. It can only go forward ~ PAWN
D7. Bryn ___ (Pennsylvania college) ~ MAWR
D8. Foreman foe ~ ALI
D8. XXXVII trebled ~ CXI
D9. Doesn't play ~ SITSOUT
D9. Doesn't play ~ SITSOUT
D10. Seal for documents ~ SIGNET
D10. Seal for documents ~ SIGNET
D11. Common subject? ~ NOUN
D11. What a thing is ~ NOUN
D12. Queen Boleyn ~ ANNE
D12. Queen Boleyn ~ ANNE
D13. Street peddler's opener? ~ PSST
D13. Start of a whispered comment ~ PSST
D18. Richard Roundtree film ~ SHAFT
D18. Elevator passage ~ SHAFT
D19. Cornet ~ HORN
D19. Cornet, e.g. ~ HORN
D23. Red-___ (franks) ~ HOTS
D23. Red-___ (franks) ~ HOTS
D24. Persuade ~ COAX
D24. Persuade ~ COAX
D25. They're down on the farm ~ BARNS
D25. Places to make hay? ~ BARNS
D26. Flying ~ ALOFT
D26. High in the sky ~ ALOFT
D27. La _____ (opera venue) ~ SCALA
D27. La ___ (opera venue) ~ SCALA
D28. Geological time period ~ EON
D28. Geological time period ~ EON
D29. Dough ~ MOOLA
D29. Simoleons ~ MOOLA
D30. "Selected Poems" Pulitzer poet Conrad ~ AIKEN
D30. "Selected Poems" Pulitzer poet Conrad ~ AIKEN
D31. "Granny" Ryan ~ IRENE
D31. "Goodnight" gal ~ IRENE
D32. Bad-tempered ~ NASTY
D32. Like severely inclement weather ~ NASTY
D37. Spot to sit and sip ~ CAFE
D37. Tearoom relative ~ CAFE
D38. Chimney shaft ~ FLUE
D38. Chimney part ~ FLUE
D39. Melodic tune ~ AIR
D39. Melodic tune ~ AIR
D41. Folks on course? ~ GOLFERS
D41. They're on course? ~ GOLFERS
D42. Winter warmer ~ COCOA
D42. Winter treat ~ COCOA
D44. January's birthstone ~ GARNET
D44. January's birthstone ~ GARNET
D45. Noteworthy movie theater sign ~ EXIT
D45. Noteworthy theater sign ~ EXIT
D46. Debonair ~ JAUNTY
D46. Debonair ~ JAUNTY
D49. Recreational drive ~ SPIN
D49. Recreational drive ~ SPIN
D50. Engine attachment ~ HOSE
D50. Engine attachment ~ HOSE
D51. Is not well ~ AILS
D51. Is not well ~ AILS
D52. Site for a bell ~ DOOR
D52. Site for a bell ~ DOOR
D53. Bodybuilder's bane ~ FLAB
D53. Bodybuilder's bane ~ FLAB
D54. Optimistic ~ ROSY
D54. Optimistic ~ ROSY
D55. Is in a cast ~ ACTS
D55. Is in a cast ~ ACTS
D56. Hula accompaniments ~ UKES
D56. Hula accompaniments, briefly ~ UKES
D58. Mighty swing ~ RIP
D58. It makes an embarrassing sound ~ RIP
D59. Numbers cruncher ~ CPA
D59. No. cruncher ~ CPA

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