Comparison for up2008-10-06

  • Title: "PLAYING THE GAME" (MARCH 12, 2003)
  • Author: By Alan Olschwang
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  • Title: TACKLE THIS PUZZLE
  • Author: By Abbie Betts / Timothy Parker
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A1. Prepares for the holidays ~ SHOPS
A1. Billy Blanks' workout system ~ TAEBO
A6. Rural producer ~ HEN
A6. Rural producer ~ HEN
A9. Like a piano ~ KEYED
A9. Like a piano ~ KEYED
A14. Order out ~ EATIN
A14. Others, abroad ~ OTRAS
A15. Eagle on a par three ~ ACE
A15. Eagle on a par three ~ ACE
A16. Word in a Graham Greene title ~ ENEMY
A16. Word in a Graham Greene title ~ ENEMY
A17. "Fear of Fifty" novelist Jong ~ ERICA
A17. Canadian loonies, e.g. ~ COINS
A18. Powerful D.C. lobby ~ NRA
A18. Powerful D.C. lobby ~ NRA
A19. First name in jazz ~ ARTIE
A19. First name in jazz ~ ARTIE
A20. Promoting, in a way ~ KICKINGUPSTAIRS
A20. Promoting ~ KICKINGUPSTAIRS
A23. "The Time Machine" race ~ ELOI
A23. Fifth-century pope known as "The Great" ~ LEOI
A24. Cairo killer ~ ASP
A24. Cairo killer ~ ASP
A25. Souce of fries ~ SPUD
A25. 100 centavos ~ PESO
A28. Serpentine ~ SNAKY
A28. Serpentine ~ SNAKY
A31. Some typewriter keys ~ TABS
A31. Running things in a bar ~ TABS
A35. Distribute proportionately ~ ALLOT
A35. Annoyed persistently ~ ATEAT
A37. Make a joyful noise ~ SING
A37. Make a joyful noise ~ SING
A39. Gal of song ~ SAL
A39. Gal of song ~ SAL
A40. Purring ~ RUNNINGSMOOTHLY
A40. Emulating a purring engine ~ RUNNINGSMOOTHLY
A44. Doctors' org. ~ AMA
A44. Six-pointers, briefly ~ TDS
A45. Johnnycake ~ PONE
A45. Small cornbread loaves ~ PONE
A46. What great crosswords contain ~ THEME
A46. This crossword has one ~ THEME
A47. Dickens' Uriah ~ HEEP
A47. Enter via osmosis ~ SEEP
A49. Pear-shaped instruments ~ LUTES
A49. Renaissance instruments ~ LUTES
A52. Former world power, briefly ~ USSR
A52. Former world power, briefly ~ USSR
A53. Important time ~ ERA
A53. Important historical time ~ ERA
A55. Ananias, e.g. ~ LIAR
A55. Prevaricator ~ LIAR
A57. Proscribing ~ PASSINGJUDGMENT
A57. Doing a Biblical no-no ~ PASSINGJUDGMENT
A65. Fences the loot ~ ABETS
A65. Acts the accomplice ~ ABETS
A66. Disencumber ~ RID
A66. Disencumber ~ RID
A67. Wankel engine part ~ ROTOR
A67. Wankel engine part ~ ROTOR
A68. Stylishly glossy ~ SLEEK
A68. Stylishly glossy ~ SLEEK
A69. "Greetings, Caesar!" ~ AVE
A69. "Greetings, Caesar!" ~ AVE
A70. _____ nous (just between us) ~ ENTRE
A70. ___ nous (just between us) ~ ENTRE
A71. QB Bradshaw ~ TERRY
A71. Robe fabric ~ TERRY
A72. Roses' place ~ BED
A72. Rose's place ~ BED
A73. Wax-coated cheeses ~ EDAMS
A73. Wax-coated cheeses ~ EDAMS
D1. Play a child's game ~ SEEK
D1. Clock sound ~ TOCK
D2. Spy Mata ~ HARI
D2. French possessive ~ ATOI
D3. Auricular ~ OTIC
D3. "All By Myself" singer Carmen ~ ERIC
D4. How a bully's prey feels ~ PICKEDON
D4. Home buyer's need, often ~ BANKLOAN
D5. Creepy one, really ~ SNAIL
D5. "Evening Shade" narrator Davis ~ OSSIE
D6. Tough out ~ HANGIN
D6. Words with "there" and "the balance" ~ HANGIN
D7. Designer color ~ ECRU
D7. Designer color ~ ECRU
D8. Lowest high tide ~ NEAP
D8. Lowest high tide ~ NEAP
D9. British poet John ~ KEATS
D9. British poet John ~ KEATS
D10. Glued to the tube ~ ENRAPT
D10. Glued to the tube, e.g. ~ ENRAPT
D11. Abominable snowman ~ YETI
D11. Abominable Snowman ~ YETI
D12. Ruler, somewhere in the world ~ EMIR
D12. Ruler, somewhere in the world ~ EMIR
D13. They may provide highlights ~ DYES
D13. Salon applications ~ DYES
D21. Figs. 1 and 7? ~ NOS
D21. "Terrible twos" cries ~ NOS
D22. Nancy's advice ~ SAYNO
D22. Take Nancy Reagan's advice ~ SAYNO
D25. Isaac's mother ~ SARAH
D25. What a junker may be good for ~ PARTS
D26. Hat adornment ~ PLUME
D26. Pianist's technical piece ~ ETUDE
D27. Arm bones ~ ULNAE
D27. Common stuff? ~ SENSE
D29. Good feature ~ ASSET
D29. Good feature ~ ASSET
D30. Actress Novak ~ KIM
D30. Spy novel by Kipling ~ KIM
D32. Fireplace find ~ ASHES
D32. Stuff from the bottom of my hearth ~ ASHES
D33. Salves ~ BALMS
D33. Salves ~ BALMS
D34. Trickier ~ SLYER
D34. Trickier ~ SLYER
D36. 10 percent, if you're cheap ~ TIP
D36. What to do to hats and waiters ~ TIP
D38. Stumped ~ GOT
D38. Came down with ~ GOT
D41. First name in whiffs ~ NOLAN
D41. Baseball legend Ryan ~ NOLAN
D42. Bearded grazer ~ GNU
D42. Bearded grazer ~ GNU
D43. Nate of of NBA ~ THURMOND
D43. Senator Strom ~ THURMOND
D48. Annoy by upsetting Streep? ~ PESTER
D48. Be a royal pain to ~ PESTER
D50. Avoided capture ~ ELUDED
D50. Lost one's tail? ~ ELUDED
D51. A famous Caesar ~ SID
D51. Caesar who wasn't an emperor ~ SID
D54. Like thin ice ~ RISKY
D54. Full of uncertainty ~ RISKY
D56. Come to terms ~ AGREE
D56. Achieve harmony of purpose ~ AGREE
D57. Tense description? ~ PAST
D57. Tense description? ~ PAST
D58. Part of a ready trio ~ ABLE
D58. Not incompetent ~ ABLE
D59. Tarot user ~ SEER
D59. Sucker's start? ~ SEER
D60. Sort of bag ~ GRAB
D60. Take the wrong way? ~ GRAB
D61. Swing music ~ JIVE
D61. Swing music ~ JIVE
D62. Kett of the comics ~ ETTA
D62. "Roll With Me Henry" singer James ~ ETTA
D63. Standard ~ NORM
D63. Standard ~ NORM
D64. Three, somewhere in the world ~ TRES
D64. "___ bien!" ~ TRES

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