Comparison for up2008-03-30

  • Title: "BEAT A RETREAT" (AUGUST 04, 2003)
  • Author: By Robert Gensler
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  • Title: SCRAM!
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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A1. Hunger twinge ~ PANG
A1. Crate component ~ SLAT
A5. Clears the windshield ~ WIPES
A5. Nursery supplies ~ WIPES
A10. Certain herring ~ SHAD
A10. Certain herring ~ SHAD
A14. "House of Wax" henchman ~ IGOR
A14. Type of internal-combustion engine ~ HEMI
A15. Grow accustomed (to) ~ INURE
A15. Grow accustomed (to) ~ INURE
A16. Emulate Echo ~ PINE
A16. Emulate Echo ~ PINE
A17. You, long ago ~ THOU
A17. Memory trigger, at times ~ ODOR
A18. Officer's jacket ~ TUNIC
A18. Officer's jacket ~ TUNIC
A19. Pillar of heaven, to Pindar ~ ETNA
A19. Pillar of heaven, to Pindar ~ ETNA
A20. Get out of here ~ TAKEAHIKE
A20. Scram ~ TAKEAHIKE
A22. Peony part ~ PETAL
A22. Potpourri bit ~ PETAL
A23. Sexy dress feature ~ SLIT
A23. Buttonhole, essentially ~ SLIT
A24. Abundantly endowed ~ RICH
A24. Abundantly endowed ~ RICH
A25. Complain ~ BEMOAN
A25. Opposite of celebrate ~ BEMOAN
A28. Scroungers ~ MOOCHERS
A28. Leeches ~ MOOCHERS
A32. Jackson's predecessor ~ ADAMS
A32. President from Braintree ~ ADAMS
A33. Capital of Belarus ~ MINSK
A33. Capital of Belarus ~ MINSK
A34. Upholstery problem ~ RIP
A34. Upholstery problem ~ RIP
A35. Reheat, in a way ~ NUKE
A35. Reheat, in a way ~ NUKE
A36. À la ___ (one way to order) ~ CARTE
A36. French menu ~ CARTE
A37. Volcano shape ~ CONE
A37. Volcano shape ~ CONE
A38. Big heart ~ ACE
A38. Top of a suit? ~ ACE
A39. One gentleman of Verona ~ ROMEO
A39. One gentleman of Verona ~ ROMEO
A40. Moon stage ~ PHASE
A40. Temporary attitude ~ PHASE
A41. Starred in high school sports ~ LETTERED
A41. Played on the varsity, e.g. ~ LETTERED
A43. Set on by surprise ~ RAIDED
A43. Set on by surprise ~ RAIDED
A44. Try for a part ~ READ
A44. Try for a part ~ READ
A45. Potter's purchase ~ SOIL
A45. Potter's purchase ~ SOIL
A46. Bees aplenty ~ SWARM
A46. Bees aplenty ~ SWARM
A48. Get out of here ~ CUTANDRUN
A48. Scram ~ CUTANDRUN
A53. Canine pests ~ LICE
A53. They cause head scratching ~ LICE
A54. Desert sanctuary ~ OASIS
A54. Desert sanctuary ~ OASIS
A55. Gamblers' paradise ~ RENO
A55. Where people split ~ RENO
A56. Expresses curiosity ~ ASKS
A56. Obviously wants to know ~ ASKS
A57. One with a cover story, perhaps ~ AGENT
A57. One trying to make a big deal of everything ~ AGENT
A58. Tennyson's "Geraint and ___" ~ ENID
A58. Tennyson title character ~ ENID
A59. Flat-topped hill ~ MESA
A59. ___ Verde National Park ~ MESA
A60. Score marks ~ RESTS
A60. Score marks ~ RESTS
A61. Grouper snaggers ~ NETS
A61. Grouper snaggers ~ NETS
D1. "Meet Joe Black" star ~ PITT
D1. Bartender's measure ~ SHOT
D2. Ottoman bigwig ~ AGHA
D2. Yeats title character ~ LEDA
D3. Cranny's companion ~ NOOK
D3. All over the place ~ AMOK
D4. Macabre ~ GRUESOME
D4. Bor-r-r-ring ~ TIRESOME
D5. Word with "reason" or "reach" ~ WITHIN
D5. Word with "reason" or "reach" ~ WITHIN
D6. One in an igloo, perhaps ~ INUIT
D6. Arctic inhabitant ~ INUIT
D7. Rock music genre ~ PUNK
D7. Rock music genre ~ PUNK
D8. Clinton's "Big Ditch" ~ ERIE
D8. Clinton's Big Ditch ~ ERIE
D9. "Just a ___!" ~ SEC
D9. "Just a ___!" ~ SEC
D10. After-dinner item, maybe ~ SPEECH
D10. After-dinner feature, sometimes ~ SPEECH
D11. Get out of here ~ HITTHEROAD
D11. Scram ~ HITTHEROAD
D12. Name in a Tolstoy title ~ ANNA
D12. Name in a Tolstoy title ~ ANNA
D13. Word with "big" or "raw" ~ DEAL
D13. Word with "big" or "raw" ~ DEAL
D21. Dignified "Shucks!" ~ ALAS
D21. Dignified "Shucks!" ~ ALAS
D22. Prospector's tool ~ PICK
D22. Prospector's tool ~ PICK
D24. Floribunda, e.g. ~ ROSE
D24. Floribunda, e.g. ~ ROSE
D25. Hackneyed ~ BANAL
D25. Hackneyed ~ BANAL
D26. Draw out ~ EDUCE
D26. Draw out ~ EDUCE
D27. Get out of here ~ MAKETRACKS
D27. Scram ~ MAKETRACKS
D28. Stuck in goo ~ MIRED
D28. Stuck in goo ~ MIRED
D29. Not tricked by ~ ONTO
D29. Not tricked by ~ ONTO
D30. Shampoo instruction ~ RINSE
D30. When the Tide goes out? ~ RINSE
D31. Celerity ~ SPEED
D31. Celerity ~ SPEED
D33. "Auntie ___" ~ MAME
D33. "Auntie ___" ~ MAME
D36. Telephone part ~ CORD
D36. Appliance part ~ CORD
D37. Soap title word ~ CHILDREN
D37. Soap title word ~ CHILDREN
D39. Paper unit ~ REAM
D39. Paper unit ~ REAM
D40. Emotional distress ~ PAIN
D40. Emotional distress ~ PAIN
D42. Humanitarian Mother ~ TERESA
D42. Humanitarian mother ~ TERESA
D43. Friars Club events ~ ROASTS
D43. Friars Club events ~ ROASTS
D45. Time spent on the job ~ STINT
D45. Time spent on the job ~ STINT
D46. Word with "body" or "grand" ~ SLAM
D46. Bridge desideratum ~ SLAM
D47. Word with "clock" or "penny" ~ WISE
D47. Far from dim-witted ~ WISE
D48. Zoo fixture ~ CAGE
D48. Zoo fixture ~ CAGE
D49. Takes off the shelf ~ USES
D49. Takes off the shelf ~ USES
D50. Mathematician Descartes ~ RENE
D50. Mathematician Descartes ~ RENE
D51. Entity ~ UNIT
D51. The U of "Law & Order: SVU" ~ UNIT
D52. Signals at Sotheby's ~ NODS
D52. Signals at Sotheby's ~ NODS
D54. Ripple maker ~ OAR
D54. Ripple maker ~ OAR

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