Comparison for up2006-12-22

  • Title: "APPLY THE BRAKES" (AUGUST 13, 2003)
  • Author: By James E. Buell
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  • Title: DON'T STOP NOW
  • Author: By Peter Greene / Timothy Parker
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A1. Turn over ~ FLIP
A1. Image on a radar screen ~ BLIP
A5. On the ball ~ SMART
A5. Young, migrating salmon ~ SMOLT
A10. Quick comeback? ~ ECHO
A10. 455, in old Rome ~ CDLV
A14. Continental currency ~ EURO
A14. Prefix with "bond" or "dollar" ~ EURO
A15. Hollywood staple ~ OATER
A15. Western adventure ~ OATER
A16. Luminescence ~ GLOW
A16. Ending with buck or stink ~ AROO
A17. Stopping ~ SLOWINGTOACRAWL
A17. Ending ~ SLOWINGTOACRAWL
A20. Chose a channel ~ TUNEDIN
A20. Receptive ~ TUNEDIN
A21. Machinations ~ SCHEMES
A21. Machinations ~ SCHEMES
A22. Superiority contests ~ RACES
A22. Some are three-legged ~ RACES
A24. Baby beaver ~ KIT
A24. Something to assemble ~ KIT
A25. Psyche parts ~ EGOS
A25. McGee's closet, e.g. ~ MESS
A28. Heavy weights ~ TONS
A28. Heavy weights ~ TONS
A30. Belgrade native ~ SERB
A30. Employs an ambulance chaser, e.g. ~ SUES
A34. Ramblers ~ NOMADS
A34. Buffet selections, often ~ SALADS
A37. Pickled cheese ~ FETA
A37. Goat's milk product ~ FETA
A39. Hors d'oeuvres spread ~ ROE
A39. Plunked oneself down ~ SAT
A40. Stopping ~ DRAWINGTOACLOSE
A40. Ending ~ DRAWINGTOACLOSE
A43. Sound of distaste ~ UGH
A43. Extra qtrs., e.g. ~ OTS
A44. Window glass ~ PANE
A44. Piece of window glass ~ PANE
A45. Make more corrections ~ REEDIT
A45. "Madness" of a film ~ REEFER
A46. Snow and black-eyed, e.g. ~ PEAS
A46. Librarian's admonitions ~ SHHS
A48. Plays on words ~ PUNS
A48. Plays on words ~ PUNS
A50. Takes out often ~ SEES
A50. Word with "fire" or "white" ~ SALE
A51. Pickup compartment ~ CAB
A51. Pickup compartment ~ CAB
A53. Comes clean ~ SINGS
A53. Joins the choir ~ SINGS
A56. Some live-in emigres ~ AUPAIRS
A56. Some bakery items ~ ECLAIRS
A60. Mollifies ~ SOOTHES
A60. Gives comfort to ~ SOOTHES
A64. Stopping ~ GRINDINGTOAHALT
A64. Ending ~ GRINDINGTOAHALT
A66. It's right in an atlas ~ EAST
A66. Metrical romance ~ GEST
A67. Tiny pests ~ MITES
A67. Tiny arachnids ~ MITES
A68. Neck of the woods ~ AREA
A68. "An apple ___ ..." ~ ADAY
A69. Have rolling in the aisles ~ SLAY
A69. Persuade ~ SWAY
A70. It's in the mall 24 hours per day ~ STORE
A70. Keep for later ~ STORE
A71. Shipshape ~ NEAT
A71. Comfy cloud ~ NINE
D1. Song ending? ~ FEST
D1. Kindest regards ~ BEST
D2. Humdinger ~ LULU
D2. A real doozie ~ LULU
D3. Keep a pressing engagement? ~ IRON
D3. Nutritive mineral ~ IRON
D4. Mechanized shop tool ~ POWERSAW
D4. Carpenter's tool ~ POWERSAW
D5. Type of boom ~ SONIC
D5. Type of boom ~ SONIC
D6. Powerful attractor ~ MAGNET
D6. Powerful attractor ~ MAGNET
D7. Call letters? ~ ATT
D7. Baseball legend Mel ~ OTT
D8. Some antique cars ~ REOS
D8. Many popes ~ LEOS
D9. Carl Lewis, once ~ TRACKSTAR
D9. Jesse Owens, notably ~ TRACKSTAR
D10. White herons ~ EGRETS
D10. Some insertion marks ~ CARETS
D11. Chowder chunk ~ CLAM
D11. Avoirdupois unit ~ DRAM
D12. Hockey great Gordie ~ HOWE
D12. "St. Elmo's Fire" actor ~ LOWE
D13. They fly by night ~ OWLS
D13. Some remote abbreviations ~ VOLS
D18. Crete's highest peak ~ IDA
D18. She's "sweet as apple cider" ~ IDA
D19. Greek X ~ CHI
D19. Greek X ~ CHI
D23. Cushions ~ SOFTENS
D23. Cushions ~ SOFTENS
D25. Eventually become ~ ENDUP
D25. Old PC operating system ~ MSDOS
D26. Deep ravine ~ GORGE
D26. Home base for everyone ~ EARTH
D27. City on the Missouri ~ OMAHA
D27. Partner of burn ~ SLASH
D29. New beginning? ~ NEO
D29. Classical prefix ~ NEO
D31. Whittle away ~ ERODE
D31. Good ol' country, for short ~ USOFA
D32. Perez of "Do the Right Thing" ~ ROSIE
D32. Meeting room prop ~ EASEL
D33. Sugar providers ~ BEETS
D33. Cubic meter ~ STERE
D35. Party condiment ~ DIP
D35. Party snack ~ DIP
D36. Some fedoras ~ SNAPBRIMS
D36. Some fedoras ~ SNAPBRIMS
D38. Superlative service ~ ACE
D38. Baron von Richthofen, for one ~ ACE
D41. New homophone ~ GNU
D41. New homophone ~ GNU
D42. Not quite ~ LESSTHAN
D42. A math sign ~ LESSTHAN
D47. Barely adequate ~ SCANTY
D47. Barely adequate ~ SCANTY
D49. One with a habit ~ SISTER
D49. Many a bridesmaid ~ SISTER
D52. Help out ~ AID
D52. Help out ~ AID
D54. Riata loop ~ NOOSE
D54. Ominous loop ~ NOOSE
D55. ___ few rounds (spar) ~ GOA
D55. ___ few rounds (spar) ~ GOA
D56. Is unlike Peter Pan ~ AGES
D56. Easter fare ~ EGGS
D57. Orsk's river ~ URAL
D57. All hands on deck ~ CREW
D58. Home of a famous tilter ~ PISA
D58. One of the Simpsons ~ LISA
D59. Fit of anger ~ SNIT
D59. Fit of anger ~ SNIT
D61. Alice acquaintance ~ HARE
D61. "___ known ..." ~ HADI
D62. Ancient Greek city ~ ELEA
D62. Verve ~ ELAN
D63. Datum ~ STAT
D63. Eyelid flare-up ~ STYE
D65. Sporty Pontiac of yore ~ GTO
D65. Muscle car of the '60s ~ GTO

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