Comparison for up2007-11-23

  • Title: "OPPOSITE ATTRACTIONS" (DECEMBER 22, 2003)
  • Author: By Gordon Seaberg
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  • Title: MAKE UP YOUR MIND
  • Author: By Ted Milspaugh / Timothy Parker
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A1. Go ballistic ~ RAGE
A1. M, in personal ads ~ MALE
A5. New Jersey's state tree ~ REDOAK
A5. Hire again, as an act ~ REBOOK
A11. Panama, for one ~ HAT
A11. Panama, for one ~ HAT
A14. Spinach is rich in it ~ IRON
A14. Eclipse, to the ancients ~ OMEN
A15. Supreme Egyptian god ~ AMONRA
A15. "The Glass Menagerie" character ~ AMANDA
A16. "___ Maria" ~ AVE
A16. Hail from the past ~ AVE
A17. Conflicting flavors ~ BITTERSWEET
A17. Like some memories ~ BITTERSWEET
A19. Means of enlightenment ~ ZEN
A19. Means of enlightenment ~ ZEN
A20. Funny Charlotte ~ RAE
A20. ___ Dawn Chong ~ RAE
A21. Kitchen basins ~ DISHPANS
A21. Sources of unglamorous hands, perhaps ~ DISHPANS
A23. Maid's concern? ~ METER
A23. Type of maid ~ METER
A26. Word part (Abbr.) ~ SYL
A26. Part of DOS ~ SYS
A27. Dress size ~ LARGE
A27. Word on some tags ~ LARGE
A28. Weapons stockpile ~ ARSENAL
A28. Weapons stockpile ~ ARSENAL
A30. Actress Barbara (with 50-Across) ~ GEDDES
A30. Last part of the last name of a "Dallas" actress ~ GEDDES
A31. Familia member ~ TIA
A31. Familia member ~ TIA
A32. More long-limbed ~ LANKIER
A32. More rangy ~ LANKIER
A35. Disrespectful affection ~ CRUELKINDNESS
A35. Not the best type of affection ~ CRUELKINDNESS
A40. Came down in pellets ~ SLEETED
A40. Made the roads slick, in a way ~ SLEETED
A41. Cast one's vote ~ OPT
A41. Be decisive ~ OPT
A43. Food poisoning, e.g. ~ MALADY
A43. Coryza or yaws, e.g. ~ MALADY
A46. It may be penciled in ~ EYEBROW
A46. It may be penciled in ~ EYEBROW
A49. Bolivian buddy ~ AMIGO
A49. Bolivian buddy ~ AMIGO
A50. Actress Barbara (with 30-Across) ~ BEL
A50. ___ canto singing ~ BEL
A52. On account of ~ DUETO
A52. As a result of ~ DUETO
A53. Acted as arbiter ~ REFEREED
A53. Acted as arbiter ~ REFEREED
A55. Do simple math ~ ADD
A55. Verb used in recipes ~ ADD
A56. Deli order ~ BLT
A56. Deli order ~ BLT
A57. Far from "pretty ugly" ~ AWFULLYGOOD
A57. Much better than "not bad" ~ AWFULLYGOOD
A62. Emulate Iago ~ LIE
A62. Shepard drama "A ___ of the Mind" ~ LIE
A63. Ready for a cold takeoff ~ DEICED
A63. Ready for a cold takeoff ~ DEICED
A64. Writer Buchanan ~ EDNA
A64. "Or ___!" (veiled threat) ~ ELSE
A65. Acoustic organ ~ EAR
A65. Acoustic organ ~ EAR
A66. Sandinista leader ~ ORTEGA
A66. Sandinista leader ~ ORTEGA
A67. Accomplishment ~ DEED
A67. First name in classic TV husbands ~ DESI
D1. Corduroy feature ~ RIB
D1. Angry crowd ~ MOB
D2. Jackie's second ~ ARI
D2. Jack Horner's last words ~ AMI
D3. Solved ~ GOT
D3. Allow ~ LET
D4. Main course ~ ENTREE
D4. Beef Wellington, for one ~ ENTREE
D5. Still mooing, so to speak ~ RARE
D5. One in a million ~ RARE
D6. Printer's measures ~ EMS
D6. Bad ___, Germany ~ EMS
D7. Hardly hip ~ DOWDY
D7. Humorously coarse ~ BAWDY
D8. Buck of the Negro Leagues ~ ONEIL
D8. "___ the loneliest number ..." ~ ONEIS
D9. Half brother of Hercules ~ ARES
D9. Keats favorites ~ ODES
D10. "Serial Mom" Turner ~ KATHLEEN
D10. "Serial Mom" Turner ~ KATHLEEN
D11. Golf obstacle ~ HAZARD
D11. Golf course obstacle, e.g. ~ HAZARD
D12. Vindicate ~ AVENGE
D12. Vindicate ~ AVENGE
D13. Past and present ~ TENSES
D13. Past and present, for two ~ TENSES
D18. Pull down, so to speak ~ EARN
D18. Acquire through merit ~ EARN
D22. Man with a mission? ~ PADRE
D22. Man with a mission? ~ PADRE
D23. Wrestling site ~ MAT
D23. Wrestling site ~ MAT
D24. Stoltz of "Mask" ~ ERIC
D24. "Journey Into Fear" author Ambler ~ ERIC
D25. Peter I, II or III ~ TSAR
D25. Fyodor I, II or III ~ TSAR
D26. Satisfy, as thirst ~ SLAKE
D26. Satisfy, as thirst ~ SLAKE
D29. Way with strays? ~ ALLEY
D29. Way with strays? ~ ALLEY
D30. Light-headed ~ GIDDY
D30. Light-headed ~ GIDDY
D33. Annual hoops event, familiarly ~ NIT
D33. Annual hoops event, familiarly ~ NIT
D34. Prepare to be knighted ~ KNEEL
D34. Prepare to be knighted ~ KNEEL
D36. Grammarian's concern ~ USAGE
D36. Grammarian's concern ~ USAGE
D37. 1967 John Wayne film ~ ELDORADO
D37. John Wayne film or Cadillac model ~ ELDORADO
D38. Tender ~ SORE
D38. Tender ~ SORE
D39. Dalmatian's marking ~ SPOT
D39. Dalmatian's marking ~ SPOT
D42. Word with faced or fisted ~ TWO
D42. Word with "faced" or "fisted" ~ TWO
D43. Taj Mahal material ~ MARBLE
D43. Taj Mahal material ~ MARBLE
D44. Aviator Earhart ~ AMELIA
D44. Aviator Earhart ~ AMELIA
D45. Spotter's opposite, in a gym ~ LIFTER
D45. Spotter's opposite ~ LIFTER
D47. Canoer's worry ~ EDDY
D47. Canoer's worry ~ EDDY
D48. Moved slightly ~ BUDGED
D48. Moved slightly ~ BUDGED
D50. Suit the occasion ~ BEFIT
D50. Suit the occasion ~ BEFIT
D51. Bring out ~ EDUCE
D51. Bring out ~ EDUCE
D54. Fancy vase ~ EWER
D54. Fancy vase ~ EWER
D55. Pierce player on "M*A*S*H" ~ ALDA
D55. Burghoff's co-star ~ ALDA
D58. Part of a stool ~ LEG
D58. Part of a stool ~ LEG
D59. Keats verse ~ ODE
D59. "___ Buttermilk Sky" ~ OLE
D60. Half and half ~ ONE
D60. Covert org., once ~ OSS
D61. Tie recipient, often ~ DAD
D61. "Agnus ___" ~ DEI

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