Comparison for up2008-02-19

  • Title: "ON A ROLL!" (JULY 26, 2004)
  • Author: By Mark Milhet
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  • Title: KIND OF ROLLING
  • Author: By Jorge Beche / Timothy Parker
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A1. Civil rights concern ~ BIAS
A1. Numerous amount ~ MANY
A5. Classic clown ~ BOZO
A5. Classic clown ~ BOZO
A9. "Green Acres" co-star ~ GABOR
A9. "Green Acres" co-star ~ GABOR
A14. St. Louis landmark ~ ARCH
A14. Ragout, for one ~ OLIO
A15. Poker declaration ~ IMIN
A15. Poker declaration ~ IMIN
A16. Much the same ~ ALIKE
A16. Much the same ~ ALIKE
A17. Actress Merrill ~ DINA
A17. Where to find dishes piled up? ~ MENU
A18. Strongest man on The Planet? ~ KENT
A18. Strongest man on The Planet? ~ KENT
A19. Manchester measurement ~ METRE
A19. Manchester measurement ~ METRE
A20. Roll ~ SERVINGOFBREAD
A20. Kind of roll ~ SERVINGOFBREAD
A23. Bobby end ~ PIN
A23. Transgression ~ SIN
A24. Snockered ~ LIT
A24. Snockered ~ LIT
A25. Washington and McKinley (Abbr.) ~ MTS
A25. Washington and McKinley (Abbr.) ~ MTS
A28. Serve ~ DISHOUT
A28. Serve ~ DISHOUT
A32. Word with up or down ~ SAT
A32. Word with "up" or "down" ~ SAT
A35. Do blackboard duty ~ ERASE
A35. Do blackboard duty ~ ERASE
A37. Sound of time ~ TICK
A37. Mark, as a correct answer ~ TICK
A38. Out of kilter ~ AWRY
A38. Out of kilter ~ AWRY
A39. Roll ~ LISTOFATTENDEES
A39. Kind of roll ~ LISTOFATTENDEES
A42. "Watch it!" ~ EASY
A42. "Watch it!" ~ EASY
A43. Opera's Gluck ~ ALMA
A43. Opera's Gluck ~ ALMA
A44. "___ a Nightingale" ~ ODETO
A44. "___ a Nightingale" ~ ODETO
A45. Cambridgeshire cathedral town ~ ELY
A45. Cambridgeshire cathedral town ~ ELY
A46. Rolling infield hit ~ BLEEDER
A46. Tank valve ~ BLEEDER
A48. Its tip may be felt ~ PEN
A48. Its tip may be felt ~ PEN
A49. Took by the hand ~ LED
A49. Took by the hand ~ LED
A50. Second name in cosmetics ~ KAY
A50. When mom gets her due ~ MAY
A52. Roll ~ THROWOFTHEDICE
A52. Kind of roll ~ THROWOFTHEDICE
A60. Risible beast ~ HYENA
A60. Laughing carnivore ~ HYENA
A61. Double Delight snack ~ OREO
A61. Manipulative sort ~ USER
A62. Pizzazz ~ ELAN
A62. Pizzazz ~ ELAN
A64. Brown shade ~ UMBER
A64. Brown shade ~ UMBER
A65. Stead ~ LIEU
A65. Ratted to the fuzz ~ SANG
A66. Draw in ~ LURE
A66. Dangle a carrot ~ LURE
A67. Part of Ringo's set ~ SNARE
A67. Animal catcher ~ SNARE
A68. Lamebrain ~ DOLT
A68. Hebrides language ~ ERSE
A69. Appreciable effect ~ DENT
A69. Can imperfection ~ DENT
D1. Good, in street talk ~ BAD
D1. Grandma's daughter ~ MOM
D2. Greek messenger of the gods ~ IRIS
D2. Bass and others ~ ALES
D3. Teenager's torment ~ ACNE
D3. WXYZ button ~ NINE
D4. Not flat ~ SHARP
D4. Word in a letter closing ~ YOURS
D5. It has two pieces ~ BIKINI
D5. It has two pieces ~ BIKINI
D6. Presage ~ OMEN
D6. Presage ~ OMEN
D7. Throw barbs at ~ ZING
D7. Throw barbs at ~ ZING
D8. Aware of ~ ONTO
D8. Able to see right through ~ ONTO
D9. Chess opening ~ GAMBIT
D9. Chess opening ~ GAMBIT
D10. On one's toes ~ ALERT
D10. Far from drowsy ~ ALERT
D11. Angler's hope ~ BITE
D11. Angler's hope ~ BITE
D12. Some pods ~ OKRA
D12. Some pods ~ OKRA
D13. Stalk by the river ~ REED
D13. Sax vibrator ~ REED
D21. Part of VCR ~ VIDEO
D21. Part of VCR ~ VIDEO
D22. Bit of serendipity ~ FLUKE
D22. Bit of serendipity ~ FLUKE
D25. Barroom brawl, for example ~ MELEE
D25. Confused brawl ~ MELEE
D26. Kafka subject ~ TRIAL
D26. Word with "balance" or "balloon" ~ TRIAL
D27. Sarah Vaughan's sobriquet ~ SASSY
D27. Smart-mouthed ~ SASSY
D29. Old hat ~ STALE
D29. Days-old ~ STALE
D30. Comment to a blackjack dealer ~ HITME
D30. Twenty-one words ~ HITME
D31. Group of eight ~ OCTAD
D31. Group of eight ~ OCTAD
D32. Win every game ~ SWEEP
D32. End run ~ SWEEP
D33. Mountain ridge ~ ARETE
D33. Mountain ridge ~ ARETE
D34. "Iron Mike" ~ TYSON
D34. He caught his adversary's ear ~ TYSON
D36. Unkempt abode ~ STY
D36. Unkempt abode ~ STY
D38. Recipe verb ~ ADD
D38. Append ~ ADD
D40. Nick of the links ~ FALDO
D40. Nick of the links ~ FALDO
D41. "War Games" setting ~ NORAD
D41. Air-defense org. ~ NORAD
D46. Word of warning ~ BEWARE
D46. Word of warning ~ BEWARE
D47. Just get by ~ EKEOUT
D47. Surface ~ EMERGE
D49. Antisocial type ~ LONER
D49. Garbo, by choice ~ LONER
D51. Investment return ~ YIELD
D51. Investment return ~ YIELD
D52. Ergo ~ THUS
D52. Conclusion starter ~ THUS
D53. Service break? ~ HYMN
D53. Sunday morning song ~ HYMN
D54. Country's McEntire ~ REBA
D54. Country's McEntire ~ REBA
D55. Turn over one's hand ~ FOLD
D55. Automotive part ~ FUSE
D56. Kingston group ~ TRIO
D56. Peter, for one ~ TSAR
D57. Cad ~ HEEL
D57. Cackleberry producers ~ HENS
D58. Mustard and Plum game ~ CLUE
D58. Mustard and Plum game ~ CLUE
D59. Bring in ~ EARN
D59. Bring in ~ EARN
D63. It can be a lifesaver ~ NET
D63. It can be a lifesaver ~ NET

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