Comparison for up2007-02-20

  • Title: "YOU BET!" (NOVEMBER 08, 2002)
  • Author: By James E. Buell
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  • Title: PLACE YOUR BETS
  • Author: By James E. Buell / Timothy Parker
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A1. Schoolyard challenge ~ DARE
A1. "Wine" partner ~ DINE
A5. Freshwater duck ~ TEAL
A5. Hard work ~ TOIL
A9. Backyard nesters ~ WRENS
A9. Toots one's own horn ~ CROWS
A14. Joie de vivre ~ ELAN
A14. Dumb ___ ox ~ ASAN
A15. English composer Thomas ~ ARNE
A15. Outstanding ~ AONE
A16. Do a greenhouse job ~ REPOT
A16. Provide with another point? ~ RETIP
A17. Holds back nothing ~ LAYSITONTHELINE
A17. Speaks the unvarnished truth ~ LAYSITONTHELINE
A20. Digs ~ INSULTS
A20. Schoolyard taunts ~ INSULTS
A21. Blows one's top ~ HASACOW
A21. Blows one's top ~ HASACOW
A22. "Do Ya" rock grp. ~ ELO
A22. "Roll Over Beethoven" grp. ~ ELO
A23. Singer Bonnie ~ RAITT
A23. Singer Bonnie ~ RAITT
A24. Tempts fortune (with 47-Across) ~ GOESFORALL
A24. Puts it on the line (with 47-Across) ~ GOESFORALL
A28. Word with curtain or fist ~ IRON
A28. Word with "curtain" or "fist" ~ IRON
A32. "Now _____ seen everything!" ~ IVE
A32. "Now ___ seen everything!" ~ IVE
A33. Conditional words ~ ASIF
A33. Conditional words ~ ASIF
A34. Unnecessarily extreme ~ SEVERE
A34. Like winter in Buffalo ~ SEVERE
A36. Syringe contents, perhaps ~ SERUM
A36. Syringe contents, perhaps ~ SERUM
A38. Fore's opposite ~ AFT
A38. Fore opposite ~ AFT
A40. You could get hit there ~ VEGAS
A40. You could get hit there ~ VEGAS
A41. Tummy tissues ~ TRIPES
A41. Stomach divisions, in some animals ~ TRIPES
A43. Unhurried gait ~ LOPE
A43. Unhurried gait ~ LOPE
A45. "Ma Bell" ~ ATT
A45. Ma Bell ~ ATT
A46. Goblet feature ~ STEM
A46. Goblet feature ~ STEM
A47. See 24-Across ~ THEMARBLES
A47. See 24-Across ~ THEMARBLES
A50. Like the guy in front ~ AHEAD
A50. One way to set a clock ~ AHEAD
A52. TV dinner morsel ~ PEA
A52. TV dinner morsel, perhaps ~ PEA
A53. Enjoying continuing success ~ ONAROLL
A53. Enjoying continuing success ~ ONAROLL
A56. Delinquent ~ PASTDUE
A56. Delinquent ~ PASTDUE
A60. Bets the farm ~ RISKSEVERYTHING
A60. Bets the farm ~ RISKSEVERYTHING
A62. Swift-footed ~ FLEET
A62. Swift ~ FLEET
A63. Zeno's home ~ ELEA
A63. Zeno's home ~ ELEA
A64. Early Icelandic prose ~ EDDA
A64. Early Icelandic prose ~ EDDA
A65. Remarkable deeds ~ FEATS
A65. Remarkable deeds ~ FEATS
A66. Tastes gently ~ SIPS
A66. Drinks politely ~ SIPS
A67. Belmonts frontman ~ DION
A67. Belmonts frontman ~ DION
D1. Sub station? ~ DELI
D1. "The Persistence of Memory" painter ~ DALI
D2. Country singer Jackson ~ ALAN
D2. "No man ___ island" ~ ISAN
D3. Romano and Milland ~ RAYS
D3. Negative votes ~ NAYS
D4. Follows as a consequence ~ ENSUES
D4. Comes as a result ~ ENSUES
D5. Art that's definitely off the wall? ~ TATTOOS
D5. Bicep decorations ~ TATTOOS
D6. Aphrodite's boy ~ EROS
D6. What's needed to go from millionaire to billionaire ~ OOOS
D7. She's raggedy ~ ANN
D7. Room offerer ~ INN
D8. Word in a Gibson film title ~ LETHAL
D8. Deadly ~ LETHAL
D9. Extract by force ~ WREST
D9. Top point of a mountain ~ CREST
D10. Kissin' cousin, for one ~ RELATIVE
D10. Kinsman ~ RELATIVE
D11. Larger-than-life ~ EPIC
D11. Ear-related ~ OTIC
D12. Echoing taboo ~ NONO
D12. Drunkard ~ WINO
D13. Fume ~ STEW
D13. Gush out ~ SPEW
D18. Bad reputation ~ ILLFAME
D18. Infamy ~ ILLFAME
D19. Salutes ~ HAILS
D19. Catches a cabbie's eye ~ HAILS
D23. Sold chances ~ RAFFLED
D23. Sold chances ~ RAFFLED
D24. Main points ~ GISTS
D24. Central points ~ GISTS
D25. In plain view ~ OVERT
D25. In plain view ~ OVERT
D26. Uncanny, and a bit spooky ~ EERIE
D26. Uncanny, and a bit spooky ~ EERIE
D27. Long narrow inlet ~ RIA
D27. Narrow inlet ~ RIA
D29. Fit for a king ~ REGAL
D29. Fit for a king ~ REGAL
D30. Hold the floor ~ ORATE
D30. Address an audience ~ ORATE
D31. Settles in ~ NESTS
D31. They're out on a limb ~ NESTS
D35. Sagarmatha alias ~ EVEREST
D35. Highest mountain ~ EVEREST
D37. Not easily affordable ~ UPMARKET
D37. Not easily affordable ~ UPMARKET
D39. Dick and Harry's partner ~ TOM
D39. Dick and Harry's partner ~ TOM
D42. Engraved marker ~ STELE
D42. Engraved marker ~ STELE
D44. Juicy fruits ~ PAPAYAS
D44. Juicy fruits ~ PAPAYAS
D48. Even splits ~ HALVES
D48. Even splits ~ HALVES
D49. Cleaned up ~ BATHED
D49. Took to the tub ~ BATHED
D51. Leno and Letterman, e.g. ~ HOSTS
D51. Masters of ceremonies ~ HOSTS
D53. "Carmina Burana" composer Carl ~ ORFF
D53. "Carmina Burana" composer Carl ~ ORFF
D54. Cairo Opera House location ~ NILE
D54. Cairo Opera House location ~ NILE
D55. Between ports ~ ASEA
D55. Between ports ~ ASEA
D56. Kind of school ~ PREP
D56. Kind of school ~ PREP
D57. "_____ do that?" (Urkel's question) ~ DIDI
D57. "___ do that?" (Steve Urkel's question) ~ DIDI
D58. Edit menu option ~ UNDO
D58. Edit menu option ~ UNDO
D59. Oater actor Richard ~ EGAN
D59. "Magnet and Steel" singer Walter ~ EGAN
D61. Bulldog of Connecticut ~ ELI
D61. Wallach or Whitney ~ ELI

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