Comparison for up2007-03-07

  • Title: "FOR BEGINNERS" (OCTOBER 21, 2002)
  • Author: By Mark Milhet
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  • Title: START ME UP
  • Author: By Thomas Lucas / Timothy Parker
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A1. Unrefined ~ CRASS
A1. Spread outward ~ FLARE
A6. Deeply involved with ~ INTO
A6. "... your goodness ___ a morning cloud" (Hosea) ~ ISAS
A10. Hinged fastener ~ HASP
A10. Sackcloth material, perhaps ~ HEMP
A14. Slowly, in sonatas ~ LENTO
A14. Large ocean vessel ~ LINER
A15. Evening drops ~ DEWS
A15. Juicer refuse ~ PULP
A16. Apt anagram of vile ~ EVIL
A16. Good opponent ~ EVIL
A17. Like Cheerios ~ OATEN
A17. Western ~ OATER
A18. Guitarist Clapton ~ ERIC
A18. Captain Hook's assistant ~ SMEE
A19. The beginning of space, perhaps ~ AERO
A19. Ballistics, dynamic or lite starter ~ AERO
A20. Eye openers? ~ PRIVATEOXANDRED
A20. Three eye openers? ~ PRIVATEOXANDRED
A23. Hot time in Paris ~ ETE
A23. Hot time in Paris ~ ETE
A24. Think, old style ~ TROW
A24. Lined up (with "in") ~ AROW
A25. Grier of "Jackie Brown" ~ PAM
A25. "Dallas" character ~ PAM
A28. Surmounting ~ ATOP
A28. Surmounting ~ ATOP
A31. Make a mistake ~ SLIPUP
A31. Make a mistake ~ SLIPUP
A35. Detroit River's destination ~ ERIE
A35. Detroit River's destination ~ ERIE
A37. "Your turn," in radiospeak ~ OVER
A37. "Your turn," in radiospeak ~ OVER
A39. Margin of victory at the track, perhaps ~ ANOSE
A39. Margin of victory at the track, perhaps ~ ANOSE
A40. Cold fronts? ~ COMMONICEANDOUT
A40. Three cold fronts? ~ COMMONICEANDOUT
A43. Willow wood ~ OSIER
A43. Any of various willows ~ OSIER
A44. Most Little League coaches ~ DADS
A44. Father figures ~ DADS
A45. Blind piece ~ SLAT
A45. Blind piece ~ SLAT
A46. Covert ~ SECRET
A46. Covert ~ SECRET
A48. "Uh-uh" ~ NOPE
A48. "Uh-uh" ~ NOPE
A50. Foxy ~ SLY
A50. Kind of dog ~ SLY
A51. 2000 presidential candidate ~ GORE
A51. "An Inconvenient Truth" star ~ GORE
A53. Whitney or Wallach ~ ELI
A53. New Haven collegian ~ ELI
A55. Kick starts? ~ FREESIDEANDDROP
A55. Three kick starts? ~ FREESIDEANDDROP
A63. Forsaken ~ LORN
A63. Forsaken ~ LORN
A64. Cartoonist's idea? ~ BULB
A64. It's usually screwed up ~ BULB
A65. Skip a syllable ~ ELIDE
A65. Skip a syllable, e.g. ~ ELIDE
A66. DeMille specialty ~ EPIC
A66. DeMille specialty ~ EPIC
A67. Wile E. Coyote's brand ~ ACME
A67. Peak of perfection ~ ACME
A68. Take hold ~ SETIN
A68. Begin, as winter ~ SETIN
A69. Refuse to admit ~ DENY
A69. Refuse to admit ~ DENY
A70. "_____ we forget" ~ LEST
A70. "___ we forget" ~ LEST
A71. Tendency ~ TREND
A71. Way the wind blows ~ TREND
D1. Hoof sound ~ CLOP
D1. Complete failure ~ FLOP
D2. Auditorium section ~ REAR
D2. One with no capacity for veracity ~ LIAR
D3. Prefix with lock or knock ~ ANTI
D3. Oppositionist ~ ANTI
D4. Canyon of the comics ~ STEVE
D4. Parish official ~ REEVE
D5. Beethoven's "Moonlight _____" ~ SONATA
D5. Published mistakes ~ ERRATA
D6. _____ fixe (obsession) ~ IDEE
D6. Dixit lead-in ~ IPSE
D7. Fiddler of legend ~ NERO
D7. Type of wrestler ~ SUMO
D8. Between, to the bard ~ TWIXT
D8. "The Downeaster ___" (Billy Joel song) ~ ALEXA
D9. Some statuettes ~ OSCARS
D9. Weapons, long ago ~ SPEARS
D10. Concerns for sailors and pilots ~ HEADWINDS
D10. Concerns for sailors and pilots ~ HEADWINDS
D11. State firmly ~ AVER
D11. Unceasingly ~ EVER
D12. Stable parent ~ SIRE
D12. Tract of wet ground ~ MIRE
D13. Proceed tediously ~ PLOD
D13. Walk heavily ~ PLOD
D21. Wyoming mountain range ~ TETON
D21. Wyoming mountain range ~ TETON
D22. First name in fastballs ~ NOLAN
D22. First name in strikeouts ~ NOLAN
D25. River to the Rio Grande ~ PECOS
D25. River to the Rio Grande ~ PECOS
D26. Cropped up ~ AROSE
D26. Cropped up ~ AROSE
D27. Imitate ~ MIMIC
D27. Imitate ~ MIMIC
D29. "Amores" author ~ OVID
D29. Poet of Rome's Golden Age ~ OVID
D30. Praline ingredient ~ PECAN
D30. Praline ingredient, often ~ PECAN
D32. Certain water containers ~ POOLS
D32. Certain water containers ~ POOLS
D33. Run-of-the-mill ~ USUAL
D33. Commonplace ~ USUAL
D34. Seven-time Daytona 500 winner Richard ~ PETTY
D34. Trivial ~ PETTY
D36. Hospital sign ~ EMERGENCY
D36. Hospital sign ~ EMERGENCY
D38. Change the décor of ~ REDO
D38. Change the decor of ~ REDO
D41. Three-part cookies ~ OREOS
D41. Three-part cookies ~ OREOS
D42. Colorado ski resort ~ ASPEN
D42. Colorado ski resort ~ ASPEN
D47. Of the Shawnee or Pawnee ~ TRIBAL
D47. Kind of ceremony ~ TRIBAL
D49. Most senior ~ ELDEST
D49. Most senior ~ ELDEST
D52. Draw out ~ EDUCE
D52. Draw out ~ EDUCE
D54. Clock watcher ~ IDLER
D54. Good-for-nothing ~ IDLER
D55. Ran in fear ~ FLED
D55. Ran in fear ~ FLED
D56. Piece of rodeo gear ~ ROPE
D56. Piece of rodeo gear ~ ROPE
D57. Role for Julia ~ ERIN
D57. Role for Julia ~ ERIN
D58. Shade trees ~ ELMS
D58. Trees in an O'Neill title ~ ELMS
D59. Aid in crime ~ ABET
D59. Aid in crime ~ ABET
D60. Ceremonial act ~ RITE
D60. Ceremonial act ~ RITE
D61. Thor's dad ~ ODIN
D61. Thor's dad ~ ODIN
D62. Hang ~ PEND
D62. Hang in the balance ~ PEND

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