Comparison for up2007-11-05

  • Title: "GONE BAD" (DECEMBER 11, 2003)
  • Author: By Lynn Lempel
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  • Title: WASTING AWAY
  • Author: By Michael Raye / Timothy Parker
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A1. Scottish lord of old ~ THANE
A1. "___, Dolly!" (play starring Carol Channing) ~ HELLO
A6. Pillages ~ SACKS
A6. Pillages ~ SACKS
A11. Little white lie ~ FIB
A11. Little white lie ~ FIB
A14. Ready for cutting ~ HONED
A14. "Crime does not pay," e.g. ~ AXIOM
A15. Insurance matter ~ CLAIM
A15. Insurance matter ~ CLAIM
A16. With 17-across, cause of mass ruin ~ ONE
A16. Beatles collection ~ ONE
A17. See 16-across ~ ROTTENAPPLE
A17. It could be full of worms ~ ROTTENAPPLE
A19. OAS member ~ USA
A19. OAS member ~ USA
A20. "Chances ___" (Mathis megahit) ~ ARE
A20. Thing done ~ ACT
A21. "... ___ iron bars a cage" ~ NOR
A21. "... ___ iron bars a cage" ~ NOR
A22. Bright at night ~ STARLIT
A22. Bright at night ~ STARLIT
A24. Bellow in the library? ~ SAUL
A24. Operate a rummage sale ~ SELL
A26. Moore of "Indecent Proposal" ~ DEMI
A26. Moore of "Bobby" ~ DEMI
A28. Says with a scratchy voice ~ RASPS
A28. Says with a scratchy voice ~ RASPS
A29. Frenetic ~ HYPER
A29. One of the cattle in a cattle drive ~ STEER
A31. Catnap ~ DOZE
A31. Catnap ~ DOZE
A33. Sudden impulse ~ WHIM
A33. Sudden impulse ~ WHIM
A34. Relief ~ AID
A34. Relief ~ AID
A36. Bankruptcy cause ~ DEBT
A36. Bankruptcy cause ~ DEBT
A38. "___ on Indolence" (Keats) ~ ODE
A38. "___ on Indolence" (Keats) ~ ODE
A39. Young pain in the neck ~ SPOILEDBRAT
A39. Small pain in the neck ~ SPOILEDBRAT
A42. Tigger's bouncing buddy ~ ROO
A42. Tigger's bouncing buddy ~ ROO
A44. Small duck ~ TEAL
A44. Small duck ~ TEAL
A45. Scatter ~ SOW
A45. Scatter ~ SOW
A46. Work for an orchestra? ~ OPUS
A46. Work for an orchestra? ~ OPUS
A48. Ivan or Peter ~ TSAR
A48. Ivan or Peter ~ TSAR
A50. Big name in Chicago ~ DALEY
A50. Political name in Chicago ~ DALEY
A54. Camel's undoing ~ STRAW
A54. Camel's undoing ~ STRAW
A56. On, at or from ~ ASOF
A56. ___ yet (so far) ~ ASOF
A58. It has its ups and downs ~ YOYO
A58. It has its ups and downs ~ YOYO
A59. Polishing off slowly ~ SIPPING
A59. Polishing off slowly ~ SIPPING
A61. Itch ~ YEN
A61. Itch ~ YEN
A63. Hall-of-Famer Williams ~ TED
A63. Hall-of-Famer Williams ~ TED
A64. Old bronze coin ~ SOU
A64. Old bronze coin ~ SOU
A65. Ordinary folks ~ RANKANDFILE
A65. Ordinary folks ~ RANKANDFILE
A68. Dictionary section ~ ENS
A68. Dictionary section ~ ENS
A69. High-speed transmission ~ EMAIL
A69. High-speed transmission ~ EMAIL
A70. Bubbling ~ ABOIL
A70. Bubbling ~ ABOIL
A71. Animal in several of Aesop's fables ~ ASS
A71. Animal in several of Aesop's fables ~ ASS
A72. Catches one's breath ~ RESTS
A72. Catches one's breath ~ RESTS
A73. Varieties ~ KINDS
A73. Varieties ~ KINDS
D1. Beat ~ THRASH
D1. Tease ~ HARASS
D2. Yippee! ~ HOORAY
D2. French naval missile ~ EXOCET
D3. Pay what's due ~ ANTEUP
D3. Like Red Riding Hood ~ LITTLE
D4. Mosquito protection ~ NET
D4. "Parking" or "odd" follower ~ LOT
D5. Barbara, who played Jeannie ~ EDEN
D5. Doomsayer's sign ~ OMEN
D6. In a panic ~ SCARED
D6. In a panic ~ SCARED
D7. Jungfrau, e.g. ~ ALP
D7. Jungfrau, e.g. ~ ALP
D8. Overturned ~ CAPSIZED
D8. Overturned ~ CAPSIZED
D9. "Braveheart" garb ~ KILT
D9. "Braveheart" garb ~ KILT
D10. Defame ~ SMEAR
D10. Defame ~ SMEAR
D11. Result of a court violation ~ FOULSHOT
D11. Result of a court violation ~ FOULSHOT
D12. Dull ~ INSIPID
D12. Dull ~ INSIPID
D13. "How should I know?" ~ BEATSME
D13. "How should I know?" ~ BEATSME
D18. Show sleepiness ~ NOD
D18. Show sleepiness ~ NOD
D23. Blustery ~ RAW
D23. Blustery ~ RAW
D25. Bound ~ LEAP
D25. Bound ~ LEAP
D27. Assembly line classics ~ MODELAS
D27. 1920s Duesenbergs, e.g. ~ MODELAS
D30. Go on a rampage ~ RIOT
D30. Go on a rampage ~ RIOT
D32. Diminishes ~ EBBS
D32. Diminishes ~ EBBS
D35. Health concern ~ DIET
D35. Health concern ~ DIET
D37. Trampled ~ TROD
D37. Trampled ~ TROD
D39. Grump ~ SOURPUSS
D39. Grump ~ SOURPUSS
D40. Cheesy meals ~ LASAGNAS
D40. Cheesy meals ~ LASAGNAS
D41. On vacation ~ AWAY
D41. On vacation ~ AWAY
D42. Home to many a penguin ~ ROSSSEA
D42. Home to many a penguin ~ ROSSSEA
D43. Certain Wall Street trades ~ OPTIONS
D43. Certain Wall Street trades ~ OPTIONS
D47. Swindler's prey ~ SAP
D47. Swindler's prey ~ SAP
D49. Palace set ~ ROYALS
D49. Palace set ~ ROYALS
D51. Skin moistener ~ LOTION
D51. Skin moistener ~ LOTION
D52. View blocker ~ EYELID
D52. Liner location ~ EYELID
D53. Sings at a high level? ~ YODELS
D53. Sings at a high level? ~ YODELS
D55. Electrician, at times ~ WIRER
D55. Electrician, at times ~ WIRER
D57. Swamp ~ FEN
D57. Swamp ~ FEN
D60. Sobriquet ~ NAME
D60. Sobriquet ~ NAME
D62. Site of Theo. Roosevelt Natl. Park ~ NDAK
D62. Neighbor of Mont. ~ NDAK
D66. Set of parts ~ KIT
D66. Set of parts ~ KIT
D67. U.S. crime fighters ~ FBI
D67. U.S. crime fighter ~ FBI

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