Comparison for up2008-04-27

  • Title: "PAINFUL PUZZLE" (FEBRUARY 21, 2003)
  • Author: By David Covill
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  • Title: BRINGING THE PAIN
  • Author: By Hank Banks / Timothy Parker
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A1. "It Girl" Bow ~ CLARA
A1. Type sizes ~ PICAS
A6. Broadband choice ~ CABLE
A6. Broadband choice ~ CABLE
A11. Sound of a well-tuned engine ~ HUM
A11. Substitute for forgotten words ~ HUM
A14. Hole borer ~ AUGER
A14. Voltaic cell terminal ~ ANODE
A15. Job offerer ~ HIRER
A15. Hatchet man's counterpart ~ HIRER
A16. Japanese statesman, 1841-1909 ~ ITO
A16. Japanese statesman born 1841 ~ ITO
A17. Display anger, in a way ~ SLAMTHEDOOR
A17. One way to show one's ire ~ SLAMTHEDOOR
A19. It's picked up ~ TAB
A19. Yours may be picked up ~ TAB
A20. Mark's successor ~ EURO
A20. Sept. 12, 1978 TV debut ~ TAXI
A21. Ovine female ~ EWE
A21. Ovine female ~ EWE
A22. Bridge places ~ NORTHS
A22. Bridge places ~ NORTHS
A24. Highland hats ~ TAMS
A24. Butts into ~ RAMS
A26. Vocalist Vaughan ~ SARAH
A26. Vocalist Vaughan ~ SARAH
A27. Documents ~ PAPERS
A27. Documents ~ PAPERS
A30. Fine woolen yarns ~ WORSTEDS
A30. Fine woolen yarns ~ WORSTEDS
A33. Lapis lazuli color ~ AZURE
A33. Lapis lazuli color ~ AZURE
A34. Clash ~ FEUD
A34. More than an argument ~ FEUD
A35. Musician Clapton ~ ERIC
A35. Musician Clapton ~ ERIC
A36. Swindle ~ CON
A36. Record holder? ~ CON
A37. "The Family Feud" participants ~ CLANS
A37. "Family Feud" participants ~ CLANS
A38. Bruin's great ~ ORR
A38. Bruins great ~ ORR
A39. Nervous twitches ~ TICS
A39. Unconscious idiosyncrasies ~ TICS
A41. Annual song title starter ~ AULD
A41. Annual song title starter ~ AULD
A42. American Indian language ~ OSAGE
A42. Certain American Indian language ~ OSAGE
A44. Skied downhill ~ SCHUSSED
A44. Skied downhill ~ SCHUSSED
A46. Problem in the shower, perhaps ~ MILDEW
A46. Problem in the shower, perhaps ~ MILDEW
A47. Accrue ~ AMASS
A47. Accrue ~ AMASS
A48. Robust, healthwise ~ HALE
A48. Robust, healthwise ~ HALE
A49. Playful ~ JOCOSE
A49. Playful ~ JOCOSE
A51. Michael Caine's address ~ SIR
A51. Michael Caine's address ~ SIR
A52. Babies' needs ~ NAPS
A52. Tot's down times ~ NAPS
A56. In the manner of ~ ALA
A56. In the manner of ~ ALA
A57. Negotiate to completion ~ STRIKEADEAL
A57. Do more than negotiate ~ STRIKEADEAL
A60. Debussy's "La _____" ~ MER
A60. Debussy subject ~ MER
A61. Chopin piece ~ ETUDE
A61. Chopin piece ~ ETUDE
A62. Grenoble gratitude ~ MERCI
A62. Grenoble gratitude ~ MERCI
A63. Turf ~ SOD
A63. Intentional grounding? ~ SOD
A64. Stand in the way of ~ DETER
A64. Restrain through intimidation ~ DETER
A65. Introduction or preface ~ PROEM
A65. Introduction or preface ~ PROEM
D1. Lawyer's assignment ~ CASE
D1. Word used in telling time ~ PAST
D2. Humdinger ~ LULU
D2. "Only ___" ~ INLA
D3. Seaweed gel ~ AGAR
D3. Attempt to persuade ~ COAX
D4. More distant ~ REMOTER
D4. Beau ~ ADMIRER
D5. It may be a bust ~ ART
D5. Stage occupier ~ SET
D6. Processes the fat? ~ CHEWS
D6. Processes the fat? ~ CHEWS
D7. Girl Friday, for one ~ AIDE
D7. Girl Friday, for one ~ AIDE
D8. Kin of "mac" ~ BRO
D8. Kin of "mac" ~ BRO
D9. Bernstein and Cohen ~ LEONARDS
D9. Bernstein and Cohen ~ LEONARDS
D10. Bad throws, e.g. ~ ERRORS
D10. Box score figures ~ ERRORS
D11. Decamp ~ HITTHEROAD
D11. Skedaddle ~ HITTHEROAD
D12. Moab's State ~ UTAH
D12. 2002 Winter Games setting ~ UTAH
D13. Destructive crowds ~ MOBS
D13. Destructive crowds ~ MOBS
D18. Specialties of some dressmakers ~ HEMS
D18. Designers' lines ~ HEMS
D23. Fixed charge ~ RATE
D23. Timely charge ~ RATE
D25. 100 square meters ~ ARE
D25. 100 square meters ~ ARE
D26. Puget or Pamlico ~ SOUND
D26. Puget or Pamlico, e.g. ~ SOUND
D27. Alliances ~ PACTS
D27. Results of some peacekeeping efforts ~ PACTS
D28. Geologic time before life ~ AZOIC
D28. Without life ~ AZOIC
D29. Prove you work at the factory ~ PUNCHACARD
D29. What many factory workers must do in the morning ~ PUNCHACARD
D30. British woodland ~ WEALD
D30. Poet's forest ~ WEALD
D31. Gloomy tune ~ DIRGE
D31. Gloomy tune ~ DIRGE
D32. Fastening device ~ SCREW
D32. Fastening device ~ SCREW
D34. Chimney channels ~ FLUES
D34. Where there's smoke ~ FLUES
D37. Tape holder ~ CASSETTE
D37. It may be ejected ~ CASSETTE
D40. Asian wrestling ~ SUMO
D40. Japanese wrestling ~ SUMO
D42. Slick starter ~ OIL
D42. Slick starter ~ OIL
D43. Svelte ~ SLENDER
D43. Svelte ~ SLENDER
D45. Was impertinent ~ SASSED
D45. Was impertinent ~ SASSED
D46. Equine lady ~ MARE
D46. Equine female ~ MARE
D48. Trail user ~ HIKER
D48. Trail user ~ HIKER
D49. Tight spots ~ JAMS
D49. Tight spots ~ JAMS
D50. It may go on a roll ~ OLEO
D50. It may go on a roll ~ OLEO
D51. Entree go-with ~ SIDE
D51. Entree go-with ~ SIDE
D53. Dynamics prefix ~ AERO
D53. Dynamic prefix ~ AERO
D54. About 2 1/2 feet for humans, I suppose ~ PACE
D54. About three feet for humans ~ PACE
D55. Like some chances ~ SLIM
D55. Like some chances ~ SLIM
D58. Wheel track ~ RUT
D58. Wheel track ~ RUT
D59. A bit of current ~ AMP
D59. Acoustic guitarist's lack ~ AMP

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