Comparison for up2008-05-17

  • Title: "I SMELL A RAT" (APRIL 12, 2004)
  • Author: By Lynn Lempel
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  • Title: RAT TRAP
  • Author: By Andre Clarkson / Timothy Parker
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A1. Eldest Baldwin brother ~ ALEC
A1. Abrupt bit of thunder ~ CLAP
A5. Nutty ~ DAFT
A5. Off one's trolley ~ DAFT
A9. Monks' hoods ~ COWLS
A9. Monks' hoods ~ COWLS
A14. Pairs leader? ~ NOAH
A14. Port opening? ~ HELI
A15. Malarial fever ~ AGUE
A15. Malarial fever ~ AGUE
A16. Enthusiastic cry ~ YAHOO
A16. Enthusiastic cry ~ YAHOO
A17. Other than that ~ ELSE
A17. Soon, to a poet ~ ANON
A18. Make the grade ~ PASS
A18. Where to head 'em off ~ PASS
A19. Daycare lineup ~ CRIBS
A19. Corn holders ~ CRIBS
A20. Poolside threat ~ WATERPISTOL
A20. Squirt's gun? ~ WATERPISTOL
A23. Program abbr. ~ TBA
A23. Unfilled-time-slot letters ~ TBA
A24. Lilliputian ~ TEENY
A24. Diminutive ~ TEENY
A25. "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" writer ~ KESEY
A25. "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" writer ~ KESEY
A27. Working mom's helper ~ AUPAIR
A27. Word beyond "beyond" ~ REPAIR
A30. Wife of Abraham ~ SARAH
A30. Wife of Abraham ~ SARAH
A31. Winningest lefty ~ SPAHN
A31. Give ___ (care) ~ ADARN
A32. Pass over ~ SKIP
A32. Go from first to third grade ~ SKIP
A34. Marina feature ~ DOCK
A34. Place for a ship to come in ~ DOCK
A37. Site selection org. ~ IOC
A37. Letters on a red button ~ REC
A38. Big cheese ~ KINGPIN
A38. Cartel leader ~ KINGPIN
A41. Vessel with a pedestal ~ URN
A41. Vessel with a pedestal ~ URN
A42. "Lonely Boy" singer ~ ANKA
A42. "Lonely Boy" singer ~ ANKA
A44. Pen points ~ NIBS
A44. Pen points ~ NIBS
A45. Result ~ ENSUE
A45. Come after ~ ENSUE
A47. Sashay ~ STRUT
A47. Sashay ~ STRUT
A49. Cinch ~ BREEZE
A49. Pleasant wind ~ BREEZE
A50. British honorees ~ DAMES
A50. Women, to film noir detectives ~ DAMES
A51. Even bet ~ HEADS
A51. Coin-toss choice ~ HEADS
A53. Tie the knot ~ WED
A53. Word following "I thee" ~ WED
A54. 1991 news subject ~ DESERTSTORM
A54. Gulf War offensive ~ DESERTSTORM
A59. Area measurement ~ WIDTH
A59. Area measure component ~ WIDTH
A61. Clue ~ HINT
A61. Charades gesture, e.g. ~ HINT
A62. Toledo's lake ~ ERIE
A62. Toledo's lake ~ ERIE
A63. It'll give you cold comfort ~ IGLOO
A63. It'll give you cold comfort ~ IGLOO
A64. Garfield's pal ~ ODIE
A64. Garfield's pal ~ ODIE
A65. Festive ~ GALA
A65. Festive ~ GALA
A66. Like Inspector Clouseau ~ INEPT
A66. Not at all handy ~ INEPT
A67. Marina feature ~ PIER
A67. Waterfront walkway ~ PIER
A68. "Galveston" crooner Campbell ~ GLEN
A68. Watkins ___, New York ~ GLEN
D1. Once more ~ ANEW
D1. Hunk o' tobaccy ~ CHAW
D2. "The Arts of Beauty" author Montez ~ LOLA
D2. Olin of "Chocolat" ~ LENA
D3. Geographical region ~ EAST
D3. Tons and tons ~ ALOT
D4. Fastest four-legger ~ CHEETAH
D4. Hitter's grip enhancer ~ PINETAR
D5. Jaunty ~ DAPPER
D5. Spiffy-looking ~ DAPPER
D6. Once more ~ AGAIN
D6. Once more ~ AGAIN
D7. Hard to please ~ FUSSY
D7. Hard to please ~ FUSSY
D8. Anxiety producer ~ TEST
D8. Academic evaluation ~ TEST
D9. Tour de France entrant ~ CYCLER
D9. Tour de France entrant ~ CYCLER
D10. Sculler's gear ~ OAR
D10. Sculler's gear ~ OAR
D11. Landmark since John Adams' day ~ WHITEHOUSE
D11. Pennsylvania Avenue sight ~ WHITEHOUSE
D12. Influential group ~ LOBBY
D12. Concierge's domain ~ LOBBY
D13. Slugging superstar ~ SOSA
D13. Former Cubs slugger Sammy ~ SOSA
D21. Prepare for a second printing ~ REINK
D21. Freshen, as a stamp pad ~ REINK
D22. Giraffe cousin ~ OKAPI
D22. Giraffe cousin ~ OKAPI
D26. Bummed out ~ SAD
D26. Bummed out ~ SAD
D27. Home to most humans ~ ASIA
D27. ___ avis ~ RARA
D28. Conversant with ~ UPON
D28. Where man met woman ~ EDEN
D29. Beast of burden's burden ~ PACKSADDLE
D29. Beast's burden, sometimes ~ PACKSADDLE
D30. Beverage samples ~ SIPS
D30. Beverage samples ~ SIPS
D32. Fit of anger ~ SNIT
D32. Fit of anger ~ SNIT
D33. One-time CIA target ~ KGB
D33. One-time CIA rival ~ KGB
D35. Spanish actress Penelope ~ CRUZ
D35. Santa ___, Calif. ~ CRUZ
D36. Word with bend or jerk ~ KNEE
D36. Word with "Wounded" or "trick" ~ KNEE
D39. Currently occupied ~ INUSE
D39. Currently occupied ~ INUSE
D40. The socially lost ~ NERDS
D40. Uncool sorts ~ NERDS
D43. S & L convenience ~ ATM
D43. Wired banker ~ ATM
D46. Fund for the future ~ NESTEGG
D46. Fund for the future ~ NESTEGG
D48. Extremely popular ~ REDHOT
D48. Flying off the shelves ~ REDHOT
D49. One making a sacrifice, maybe ~ BATTER
D49. One making a sacrifice, maybe ~ BATTER
D50. Condescend ~ DEIGN
D50. Condescend ~ DEIGN
D51. Shirley Temple role ~ HEIDI
D51. Fictional Swiss miss ~ HEIDI
D52. Comical Kovacs ~ ERNIE
D52. Comical Kovacs ~ ERNIE
D53. VE Day setting ~ WWII
D53. What V-J Day ended ~ WWII
D55. Charcuterie, e.g. ~ SHOP
D55. Look for bargains ~ SHOP
D56. Like some vaccines ~ ORAL
D56. Like some vaccines ~ ORAL
D57. Exasperate ~ RILE
D57. Exasperate ~ RILE
D58. Malicious ~ MEAN
D58. Malicious ~ MEAN
D60. Word with hat or coat ~ TOP
D60. You can take it out for a spin ~ TOP

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