Comparison for up2007-04-11

  • Title: "WAY TO GO!" (MARCH 08, 2003)
  • Author: By N. G. Becker
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  • Title: ASKING FOR DIRECTIONS
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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A1. Like most roads ~ PAVED
A1. "Ivanhoe" writer ~ SCOTT
A6. Take _____ at (attempt) ~ ASTAB
A6. Wealthy one ~ NABOB
A11. Wayne's word ~ NOT
A11. Part of a famous soliloquy ~ NOT
A14. Hispaniola part ~ HAITI
A14. Half of an '80s crime-fighting duo ~ LACEY
A15. Sour cream additive ~ CHIVE
A15. Zinc ___ ~ OXIDE
A16. "Shogun" sash ~ OBI
A16. "Shogun" sash ~ OBI
A17. Hanging tapestry ~ ARRAS
A17. Open, as a bottle ~ UNCAP
A18. Marathoner ~ RACER
A18. Poet's concern ~ METER
A19. Perch, at first ~ ROE
A19. Perch, at first ~ ROE
A20. Famous TV ranch ~ SOUTHFORK
A20. Point of the Earth's axis ~ SOUTHPOLE
A22. Took out the king? ~ MATED
A22. Took out the king? ~ MATED
A24. Two of nine? ~ ENS
A24. Feminine pronoun ~ HER
A25. Prepare to be shot ~ POSE
A25. Couple's pronoun ~ OURS
A26. No-thing connector ~ SUCH
A26. No-thing connector ~ SUCH
A27. Even the greatest men hail them ~ CABS
A27. Geometrical figure ~ CONE
A28. Obliquely ~ SIDEWAY
A28. Obliquely ~ SIDEWAY
A31. Luster ~ SHEEN
A31. Luster ~ SHEEN
A34. Type of charge ~ NEGATIVE
A34. Charge on an electron ~ NEGATIVE
A35. Word with bank or student ~ LOAN
A35. Something borrowed ~ LOAN
A36. Country of Juan Carlos ~ SPAIN
A36. Country of Juan Carlos ~ SPAIN
A38. Wallet stuffers ~ ONES
A38. Wallet stuffers ~ ONES
A39. Teach ~ INSTRUCT
A39. Teach ~ INSTRUCT
A41. Short-tailed lemur ~ INDRI
A41. Short-tailed lemur ~ INDRI
A42. Groups of four ~ TETRADS
A42. Groups of four ~ TETRADS
A43. Type of deal ~ DONE
A43. Type of deal ~ DONE
A45. Noted Broadway debut, October, 1982 ~ CATS
A45. Noted Broadway debut, October 1982 ~ CATS
A46. One of a ballroom couple ~ LEAD
A46. Role for a star ~ LEAD
A47. "_____ was saying" ~ ASI
A47. "___ was saying ..." ~ ASI
A50. String instrument ~ VIOLA
A50. String instrument ~ VIOLA
A52. Movie starring Yul Brynner ~ WESTWORLD
A52. Yul Brynner film ~ WESTWORLD
A54. Sort or type ~ ILK
A54. Historical chapter ~ ERA
A55. "Three Coins..." fountain ~ TREVI
A55. Famous Roman fountain ~ TREVI
A57. Bovine trademark ~ ELSIE
A57. Bovine trademark ~ ELSIE
A58. Position for Palmer ~ LIE
A58. It may go up in smoke ~ SOS
A59. More fit for the task ~ ABLER
A59. More fit for the task ~ ABLER
A60. Hotelier Helmsley ~ LEONA
A60. Hotelier Helmsley ~ LEONA
A61. Jug handle ~ EAR
A61. Blasting sticks ~ TNT
A62. Appellation ~ TITLE
A62. Appellation ~ TITLE
A63. Yearns ~ LONGS
A63. Has a strong craving ~ LONGS
D1. Project segment ~ PHASE
D1. One reason for boots ~ SLUSH
D2. Spelling or Burr ~ AARON
D2. Birch bark craft ~ CANOE
D3. Computer illness ~ VIRUS
D3. Transpire ~ OCCUR
D4. "L'_____ c'est moi" ~ ETAT
D4. Udder part ~ TEAT
D5. Descriptor for wrinkled hands ~ DISHPAN
D5. Tropical tempest ~ TYPHOON
D6. Opposite of this clue ~ ACROSS
D6. "Enough!" ~ NOMORE
D7. Stock unit ~ SHARE
D7. Figure skaters' feats ~ AXELS
D8. Clock sound ~ TICK
D8. Take the bait ~ BITE
D9. Hail from the past ~ AVE
D9. English I reading ~ ODE
D10. Famous triangle ~ BERMUDA
D10. Famous triangle ~ BERMUDA
D11. Henry Moore creation ~ NORTHWIND
D11. Boreas ~ NORTHWIND
D12. Reedy instrument ~ OBOE
D12. Reed instrument ~ OBOE
D13. 10-10, e.g. ~ TIED
D13. Having no loose ends? ~ TIED
D21. O. Henry gift ~ FOB
D21. "I can't ride my bike. It's two tired," e.g. ~ PUN
D23. Paint remover or solvent ~ ACETONE
D23. Paint remover or solvent ~ ACETONE
D26. Aries or Taurus ~ SIGN
D26. Communicate silently ~ SIGN
D27. New York City park ~ CENTRAL
D27. Like some air conditioning ~ CENTRAL
D28. Six, in Siena ~ SEI
D28. Type of whale ~ SEI
D29. State vehemently ~ AVER
D29. State confidently ~ AVER
D30. Sammy Davis Jr's "_____ Can" ~ YESI
D30. "___ Can" (Sammy Davis Jr. autobiography) ~ YESI
D31. Narrow opening ~ SLIT
D31. Narrow aperture ~ SLIT
D32. Use a whetstone ~ HONE
D32. Perfect, as one's skills ~ HONE
D33. T. S. Eliot work ~ EASTCOKER
D33. Where to find New Yorkers ~ EASTCOAST
D34. "Unforgettable" Cole ~ NAT
D34. Turner in history ~ NAT
D36. Soap bubbles ~ SUDS
D36. Spume ~ SUDS
D37. Many home computers ~ PCS
D37. Many home computers ~ PCS
D40. Sound heard in a parade ~ RATATAT
D40. "The Public Enemy" sound effect ~ RATATAT
D41. Live inside, as a spirit ~ INDWELL
D41. Live inside, as a spirit ~ INDWELL
D43. Name of Tennessee's streetcar ~ DESIRE
D43. Name of Tennessee's streetcar ~ DESIRE
D44. Granola morsel ~ OAT
D44. Granola morsel ~ OAT
D46. Carpenter's need ~ LEVEL
D46. Carpenter's need ~ LEVEL
D47. Firebug's crime ~ ARSON
D47. Firebug's crime ~ ARSON
D48. Broken arm support ~ SLING
D48. Broken arm support ~ SLING
D49. Lightbulbs, in the comics ~ IDEAS
D49. Lightbulbs, in the comics ~ IDEAS
D50. Contemptible ~ VILE
D50. Three-piece suit part ~ VEST
D51. Pelvic parts ~ ILIA
D51. Nutritive mineral ~ IRON
D52. Fight reminder ~ WELT
D52. Whipping memento ~ WELT
D53. Margarine product ~ OLEO
D53. Bread spread ~ OLEO
D56. Box score stat ~ RBI
D56. Baseball stat ~ RBI

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