Comparison for up2008-09-10

  • Title: "UP TO SPEED" (JULY 07, 2003)
  • Author: By Merle Baker
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  • Title: SPEED TRAP
  • Author: By Henry Quarters / Timothy Parker
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A1. Burglar alarm warning ~ DECAL
A1. Come out of one's shell? ~ HATCH
A6. Broad ending ~ CAST
A6. Broad ending ~ CAST
A10. Poke fun at ~ RAZZ
A10. Poke fun at ~ RAZZ
A14. Poetry muse ~ ERATO
A14. Occupied ~ INUSE
A15. Musical part ~ ALTO
A15. Brahms' "___ Rhapsody" ~ ALTO
A16. Pure Prairie League hit ~ AMIE
A16. Sedan sweetie ~ AMIE
A17. Dreaming, perhaps ~ FASTASLEEP
A17. Out like a light ~ FASTASLEEP
A19. Shut up ~ PENT
A19. Shut (up) ~ PENT
A20. Tut's cousin ~ TSK
A20. "-y" equivalent ~ ISH
A21. Pleasing, as tones ~ DULCET
A21. Pleasing, as tones ~ DULCET
A22. Quechua speaker ~ INCA
A22. Ancient Machu Picchu dweller ~ INCA
A23. "Ain't We Got ___?" ~ FUN
A23. "Ain't We Got ___?" ~ FUN
A24. Bullets ~ LEAD
A24. Bullets ~ LEAD
A26. Dirty deeds ~ FOULPLAY
A26. Police may suspect it ~ FOULPLAY
A31. Pleasant with ~ NICETO
A31. Words with "see you" or "be here" ~ NICETO
A35. Mysterious first name ~ ERLE
A35. A.A. Fair's real first name ~ ERLE
A36. Fan club focus ~ IDOL
A36. Fan club focus ~ IDOL
A38. City northeast of Genoa ~ MILAN
A38. City northeast of Genoa ~ MILAN
A39. Baptism or bris ~ RITE
A39. Baptism or bris, e.g. ~ RITE
A40. Film parts ~ TAKES
A40. Filming attempts ~ TAKES
A42. Touch with color ~ TINT
A42. Touch with color ~ TINT
A43. Seinfeld dad, on "Seinfeld" ~ MORTY
A43. "Seinfeld" dad ~ MORTY
A45. 1968 Peace Nobelist Cassin ~ RENE
A45. 1968 Nobel Peace Prize winner Cassin ~ RENE
A46. Exercise system ~ YOGA
A46. Exercise discipline ~ YOGA
A47. Very soon ~ INASEC
A47. Momentarily, slangily ~ INASEC
A49. "Keep going!" ~ DONTSTOP
A49. 1992 Clinton campaign song ~ DONTSTOP
A51. Kind of radio ~ TALK
A51. Kind of radio ~ TALK
A53. Accomplished ~ DID
A53. Carried out ~ DID
A54. Bronx cheer ~ JEER
A54. Bronx cheer ~ JEER
A57. Encroachment ~ INROAD
A57. Encroachment ~ INROAD
A60. Rhyme pocketful ~ RYE
A60. Rhyme pocketful ~ RYE
A63. Run out of gear ~ IDLE
A63. Doing zip ~ IDLE
A64. Muffins or scones ~ QUICKBREAD
A64. Muffins or scones ~ QUICKBREAD
A66. Emotional emanation ~ VIBE
A66. Unspecific feeling ~ VIBE
A67. Wasatch Range locale ~ UTAH
A67. 2002 Winter Olympics locale ~ UTAH
A68. Cake topping ~ ICING
A68. Sweet finish ~ ICING
A69. French state ~ ETAT
A69. Coup d'___ ~ ETAT
A70. Paragons of slipperiness ~ EELS
A70. Paragons of slipperiness ~ EELS
A71. Piquant ~ TANGY
A71. Piquant ~ TANGY
D1. Skilled ~ DEFT
D1. '50s audiophile's purchase ~ HIFI
D2. Colonial and Modern ~ ERAS
D2. Collections of anecdotes ~ ANAS
D3. It might be tapped ~ CASK
D3. Derriere ~ TUSH
D4. Shingle abbr., sometimes ~ ATT
D4. Winter hrs. in St. Louis ~ CST
D5. Get one's fill ~ LOADUP
D5. Lead, as a department ~ HEADUP
D6. Telemarket ~ CALL
D6. Lead a square dance ~ CALL
D7. Le Carré's Leamas ~ ALEC
D7. Screendom's Guinness ~ ALEC
D8. Shaquille film ~ STEEL
D8. Anniversary gift between tin and silk ~ STEEL
D9. Kind of list ~ TOPTEN
D9. Kind of list ~ TOPTEN
D10. Mt. Rushmore gateway ~ RAPIDCITYSD
D10. Mt. Rushmore gateway ~ RAPIDCITYSD
D11. Flock's reply ~ AMEN
D11. "I concur" ~ AMEN
D12. Bluish-white metal ~ ZINC
D12. Bluish-white metal ~ ZINC
D13. Follower of epsilon ~ ZETA
D13. Follower of epsilon ~ ZETA
D18. Like an atrium ~ SUNLIT
D18. Like an atrium ~ SUNLIT
D23. British journalism ~ FLEETSTREET
D23. British press ~ FLEETSTREET
D25. Sight-see? ~ AIM
D25. Sight-see? ~ AIM
D26. Noted physicist ~ FERMI
D26. Atomic physicist Enrico ~ FERMI
D27. Belted stars ~ ORION
D27. Belted constellation ~ ORION
D28. Kind of sound ~ ULTRA
D28. Sound attachment? ~ ULTRA
D29. Shebat's follower ~ ADAR
D29. Shevat's follower ~ ADAR
D30. On the team? ~ YOKED
D30. Hitched, as oxen ~ YOKED
D32. "The Sacred Wood" author ~ ELIOT
D32. Poet T.S. ~ ELIOT
D33. Dance type ~ TANGO
D33. Lively Argentine export ~ TANGO
D34. Available ~ ONTAP
D34. Draft classification? ~ ONTAP
D37. "Leading With My Chin" author ~ LENO
D37. "Jaywalking" personality ~ LENO
D41. Writer-illustrator Maurice ~ SENDAK
D41. Writer/illustrator Maurice ~ SENDAK
D44. Term of endorsement ~ YEA
D44. Term of endorsement ~ YEA
D48. Exclusive bunch ~ CLIQUE
D48. Exclusive circle ~ CLIQUE
D50. Unit of gossip ~ TIDBIT
D50. Choice morsel ~ TIDBIT
D52. Coach Rockne ~ KNUTE
D52. Coach Rockne ~ KNUTE
D54. Jazz jargon ~ JIVE
D54. Hepcat's jargon ~ JIVE
D55. Cut, perhaps ~ EDIT
D55. Do post-production work ~ EDIT
D56. Portoferraio's island ~ ELBA
D56. Portoferraio's island ~ ELBA
D58. Qum coin ~ RIAL
D58. Qum coin ~ RIAL
D59. Folk singer Phil ~ OCHS
D59. Folk singer Phil ~ OCHS
D60. Bridle attachment ~ REIN
D60. Bridle attachment ~ REIN
D61. Half a dualistic philosophy ~ YANG
D61. Half of a well-known dichotomy ~ YANG
D62. Nervously irritable ~ EDGY
D62. Nervously irritable ~ EDGY
D65. Indianapolis' Dome ~ RCA
D65. Indianapolis' dome ~ RCA

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