Comparison for up2008-02-29

  • Title: SIMPLE MATH
  • Author: By Henry Quarters / Timothy Parker
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A1. Arise (from) ~ STEM
A5. "Pick a cod, any cod," e.g. ~ PUN
A8. River to the English Channel ~ SOMME
A13. Edible Pacific tuber ~ TARO
A14. Book collector's category ~ RARE
A15. Unleash, as havoc ~ WREAK
A16. "Aeneid," for one ~ EPIC
A17. "And another thing ..." ~ ALSO
A18. Forewarned ~ AWARE
A19. Exodus 20 subjects ~ TENCOMMANDMENTS
A22. Induces admiration from ~ AWES
A23. Black gold ~ OIL
A24. Shoving match, e.g. ~ TUSSLE
A27. "Brain Trust" prez ~ FDR
A29. Tiffany product ~ LAMP
A33. Cause a knot not to be ~ UNTIE
A34. "Gandhi" costumes ~ SARIS
A36. "Bad call, ump!" ~ BOO
A37. Radio, TV and parlor game ~ TWENTYQUESTIONS
A40. ___ Aviv, Israel ~ TEL
A41. Acting litigiously ~ SUING
A42. Highest stages ~ ACMES
A43. "Beware the ___ of March" ("Julius Caesar") ~ IDES
A45. Brain and spinal cord (Abbr.) ~ CNS
A46. "So long" ~ BYEBYE
A47. "... ___ what you can do for your country" ~ ASK
A49. Start of a phrase of regret ~ ALAS
A50. Lowercased yuppie TV series ~ THIRTYSOMETHING
A58. Juicy tropical fruit ~ MANGO
A59. Bearded bloom ~ IRIS
A60. Site of temptation ~ EDEN
A61. Adjective for some statesmen ~ ELDER
A62. Mountain route ~ PASS
A63. Infamous isle of exile ~ ELBA
A64. Gallows sight ~ NOOSE
A65. Some Mercedes-Benz models ~ SLS
A66. Put through the paces ~ TEST
D1. "Don't change!" to a printer ~ STET
D2. Push "record" ~ TAPE
D3. Hibernia ~ ERIN
D4. Casual shoe ~ MOCCASIN
D5. Conceals cleverly, in a way ~ PALMS
D6. Astronomical Major or Minor ~ URSA
D7. Gaseous attention-getter ~ NEON
D8. All-knowing one ~ SWAMI
D9. "1984" author ~ ORWELL
D10. Bell curve figure ~ MEAN
D11. Trading locale ~ MART
D12. Barely achieves (with "out") ~ EKES
D14. English novelist known as "Ouida" ~ RAMEE
D20. Baby hooters ~ OWLETS
D21. Day in Hollywood ~ DORIS
D24. All together, in music ~ TUTTI
D25. Having yet to take the plunge ~ UNWED
D26. Ancient burial stone ~ STELE
D27. Satyr cousins ~ FAUNS
D28. Bit of sediment ~ DREG
D30. "Fat Man," e.g. ~ ABOMB
D31. Mint product ~ MONEY
D32. Oater hunters ~ POSSE
D34. Certain area meas. ~ SQIN
D35. Patronize, as an inn ~ STAYAT
D38. Disgusting, slangily ~ YUCKY
D39. Arctic cover ~ ICESHEET
D44. Barracks bosses ~ SARGES
D46. "God ___ America" ~ BLESS
D48. Stuff in the attic? ~ STORE
D49. Out of proper order ~ AMISS
D50. Revenuers ~ TMEN
D51. Saintly circle ~ HALO
D52. Prefix with "European" ~ INDO
D53. Baby swallows? ~ SIPS
D54. Spoken ~ ORAL
D55. Like some threats ~ IDLE
D56. Beaks ~ NEBS
D57. Biting bug ~ GNAT

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