Comparison for up2007-04-10

  • Title: "HAIR'S-BREADTH" (MARCH 22, 2003)
  • Author: By Mark Milhet
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  • Title: WE DID IT!
  • Author: By Alex Henry / Timothy Parker
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A1. Circus lineup ~ ACTS
A1. Guys' goals? ~ GALS
A5. Classic TV's 86, for one ~ AGENT
A5. Celeb's hiree ~ AGENT
A10. Subtle "Over here!" ~ PSST
A10. Subtle "Over here!" ~ PSST
A14. Start up a computer ~ BOOT
A14. Leave unacknowledged ~ OMIT
A15. Louisiana waterway ~ BAYOU
A15. Marshy lake outlet ~ BAYOU
A16. Lung opening? ~ AQUA
A16. Lung opening? ~ AQUA
A17. Narrowly avoid overtime, in a way ~ BARELYBEAT
A17. Won unconvincingly ~ BARELYBEAT
A19. Drainage pump ~ SUMP
A19. Has put words to music ~ SUNG
A20. Splits to unite ~ ELOPES
A20. Configurations ~ SHAPES
A21. Party leader? ~ HOSTESS
A21. One who serves and receives ~ HOSTESS
A23. Old hat ~ PASSE
A23. Old hat ~ PASSE
A26. Chophouse request ~ RARE
A26. Hard to come by ~ RARE
A27. Handled clumsily ~ PAWED
A27. Handled clumsily ~ PAWED
A30. Exterminator's target, perhaps ~ ANT
A30. Pantry intruder, perhaps ~ ANT
A32. Nissan rival ~ MAZDA
A32. Nissan rival ~ MAZDA
A35. Japanese Prime Minister Hirobumi ~ ITO
A35. Japanese Prime Minister Hirobumi ~ ITO
A36. Office chair feature ~ SWIVEL
A36. Office chair feature ~ SWIVEL
A39. Track encounter ~ MEET
A39. Chance upon ~ MEET
A40. Searches for gold, in a way ~ PANS
A40. Gives no stars to ~ PANS
A42. Flared dress ~ ALINE
A42. Flared dress ~ ALINE
A43. _____ fixe (obsession) ~ IDEE
A43. ___ fixe (obsession) ~ IDEE
A44. Isle of exile ~ ELBA
A44. Napoleon's home, for a while ~ ELBA
A45. Thingamajig ~ DOODAD
A45. Doohickey ~ DOODAD
A47. Sports-car protector ~ BRA
A47. Sports car protector ~ BRA
A48. With cunning ~ SLYLY
A48. With cunning ~ SLYLY
A50. Dead-end job ~ RUT
A50. Wheel track ~ RUT
A51. So far ~ ASYET
A51. So far ~ ASYET
A53. Gung-ho ~ AVID
A53. Fervent ~ AVID
A55. _____ voce (softly) ~ SOTTO
A55. ___ voce (softly) ~ SOTTO
A57. Loco ~ BANANAS
A57. Bunched fruits ~ BANANAS
A60. Undo, as an amendment ~ REPEAL
A60. Emulated 5-Across ~ REPPED
A64. Bug-eyed ~ AGOG
A64. Tingling with excitement ~ AGOG
A65. Narrow escape ~ CLOSESHAVE
A65. Near miss ~ CLOSESHAVE
A68. Bit of chicanery ~ RUSE
A68. Bit of chicanery ~ RUSE
A69. West Pointer ~ CADET
A69. Middy counterpart ~ CADET
A70. Vitamin pill addition ~ IRON
A70. It's on the agenda ~ ITEM
A71. Monopoly card ~ DEED
A71. Exploit ~ DEED
A72. Helps in the worst way ~ ABETS
A72. Helps in a bad way ~ ABETS
A73. Tolstoy's "_____ Karenina" ~ ANNA
A73. Plane beginning ~ AERO
D1. French clergyman ~ ABBE
D1. Seamen, slangily ~ GOBS
D2. Santa's revenge ~ COAL
D2. Nurse in the Orient ~ AMAH
D3. Matador's victim ~ TORO
D3. One-time Venetian coin ~ LIRA
D4. Treeless plain ~ STEPPE
D4. Extensive plain without trees ~ STEPPE
D5. Bottomless gulf ~ ABYSS
D5. Deep gulf ~ ABYSS
D6. Yakker's gift ~ GAB
D6. Some people have it as a gift ~ GAB
D7. Suggested object for a tit for tat ~ EYE
D7. Peacock tail feature ~ EYE
D8. Life preserver? ~ NOAH
D8. Father of Shem and Japheth ~ NOAH
D9. Teach one-on-one ~ TUTOR
D9. Help with homework, e.g. ~ TUTOR
D10. Deli offering ~ PASTRAMI
D10. Rye partner ~ PASTRAMI
D11. Made it out of a packed aisle ~ SQUEEZEDBY
D11. Got off a packed subway train, in a way ~ SQUEEZEDBY
D12. Some bottom lines, in math ~ SUMS
D12. Grabs some rays ~ SUNS
D13. Good night for soldiers ~ TAPS
D13. Plates that move ~ TAGS
D18. Data for detectives ~ LEADS
D18. Shows how ~ LEADS
D22. 2001 title role for Sean Penn ~ SAM
D22. Frodo's friend ~ SAM
D24. Hand on deck ~ SAILOR
D24. Hand on deck ~ SAILOR
D25. Jealous ~ ENVIOUS
D25. Jealous ~ ENVIOUS
D27. Vocal cords, in slang ~ PIPES
D27. Vocal cords, in slang ~ PIPES
D28. In the least bit ~ ATALL
D28. In the least bit ~ ATALL
D29. Eked out the victory ~ WONBYANOSE
D29. Was barely victorious ~ WONBYANOSE
D31. Take care of, as a nurse ~ TENDTO
D31. Take care of ~ TENDTO
D33. Plow innovator John ~ DEERE
D33. Big name on the farm ~ DEERE
D34. Bothered incessantly ~ ATEAT
D34. Corroded ~ ATEAT
D37. High roller's roll ~ WAD
D37. Small mass of soft material ~ WAD
D38. Place for a shepherd ~ LEA
D38. It's suitable for grazing ~ LEA
D41. Saved, as a shipwreck ~ SALVAGED
D41. Snatched from the fire, e.g. ~ SALVAGED
D46. Historical info ~ DATES
D46. They're set for marriages ~ DATES
D49. Yang's counterpart ~ YIN
D49. Yang counterpart ~ YIN
D52. First name among Italian leading ladies ~ SOPHIA
D52. Tom Jones' love ~ SOPHIA
D54. Bangladesh's capital ~ DACCA
D54. Bangladesh's capital (Var.) ~ DACCA
D56. Waste allowances ~ TRETS
D56. Waste allowances ~ TRETS
D57. Shakespeare, for one ~ BARD
D57. Epithet for Shakespeare ~ BARD
D58. Chills and fever ~ AGUE
D58. Chills and fever ~ AGUE
D59. Hunk of marble ~ SLAB
D59. Hunk of marble ~ SLAB
D61. Entitle oneself to ~ EARN
D61. Fancy spread ~ PATE
D62. River to the Severn ~ AVON
D62. "Be it ___ so humble ..." ~ EVER
D63. Melodious Horne ~ LENA
D63. It may be taken for a ride ~ DEMO
D66. Keats specialty ~ ODE
D66. Poetic form ~ ODE
D67. Place for an acting president? ~ SET
D67. Place for an acting president? ~ SET

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