Comparison for up2009-01-23

  • Title: "DIFFERENT DECOR" (JANUARY 12, 2005)
  • Author: By Lynn Lempel
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  • Title: FOUND AT HOME
  • Author: By Lindsey Weaver / Timothy Parker
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A1. Word with boy or tiger ~ PAPER
A1. "Before anything else ..." ~ FIRST
A6. Ethereal ~ AIRY
A6. Free and easy ~ AIRY
A10. Unsurpassed ~ TOPS
A10. Outshines ~ TOPS
A14. Occupied ~ INUSE
A14. Hawaiian Islands greeting ~ ALOHA
A15. DeWitt Clinton's canal ~ ERIE
A15. Cuyahoga's outlet ~ ERIE
A16. Spot for Columbus ~ OHIO
A16. Spot for Columbus ~ OHIO
A17. Staunch position taken by the networks? ~ TELEVISIONSTAND
A17. One may be found in the den ~ TELEVISIONSTAND
A20. Shoemaker's tool ~ AWL
A20. "Dog Day Afternoon" character ~ SAL
A21. Greek arrow-shooter ~ EROS
A21. Amatory archer ~ EROS
A22. Asian peninsula ~ KOREA
A22. Asian peninsula ~ KOREA
A23. Ditch ~ SCRAP
A23. 86 ~ SCRAP
A25. Homer's dad ~ ABE
A25. Homer's dad ~ ABE
A27. Some are personal ~ ADS
A27. Some spots before your eyes ~ ADS
A28. Groups of twenty ~ SCORES
A28. Treats as worthless ~ SCORNS
A30. Black flies, e.g. ~ GNATS
A30. Punkies ~ GNATS
A32. Astral flareup ~ NOVA
A32. Cotopaxi outflow ~ LAVA
A33. Tipsy committee head? ~ HIGHCHAIR
A33. One may be found in the kitchen ~ HIGHCHAIR
A37. Signs, to the superstitious ~ OMENS
A37. Performs first ~ OPENS
A39. The whole nine yards ~ ALL
A39. Pledge of Allegiance finisher ~ ALL
A40. Painter de Toulouse-Lautrec ~ HENRI
A40. Painter Toulouse-Lautrec ~ HENRI
A41. Graph of employment figures? ~ WORKTABLE
A41. One may be found in the garage ~ WORKTABLE
A43. Shortly, to Hamlet ~ ANON
A43. Shortly, to Hamlet ~ ANON
A44. Plotter's line, perhaps ~ YAXIS
A44. Plotter's line, perhaps ~ YAXIS
A45. Brawny ~ STRONG
A45. Concentrated, as tea ~ STRONG
A47. Exec's degree, perhaps ~ MBA
A47. Advanced deg. ~ MBA
A50. Asian holiday ~ TET
A50. Hanoi lunar festival ~ TET
A51. Merry-go-round figure, to a child ~ HORSY
A51. Rocking toy, to a child ~ HORSY
A52. Suspect's explanation ~ ALIBI
A52. Element of a murder mystery ~ ALIBI
A54. Stereo ~ HIFI
A54. Purchase for a 1950s home ~ HIFI
A55. Oohs' partners ~ AHS
A55. Sounds from depressed patients? ~ AHS
A58. President's health advisors? ~ MEDICINECABINET
A58. It may be found in the bathroom ~ MEDICINECABINET
A62. It might get pickled ~ BEET
A62. Healthful juice source ~ BEET
A63. Unwanted drip ~ LEAK
A63. Reporter's source, at times ~ LEAK
A64. West African capital ~ ACCRA
A64. West African capital ~ ACCRA
A65. Church wing ~ APSE
A65. Church section ~ APSE
A66. Track circuits ~ LAPS
A66. Track circuits ~ LAPS
A67. On one's guard ~ LEERY
A67. Mistrustful ~ LEERY
D1. Middle Eastern bread ~ PITA
D1. Domino or Waller ~ FATS
D2. Over again ~ ANEW
D2. Intestinal sections ~ ILEA
D3. Stops, as a speeder ~ PULLSOVER
D3. Does a certain dog trick ~ ROLLSOVER
D4. Language suffix ~ ESE
D4. "Murder, ___ Wrote" ~ SHE
D5. Longfellow hero ~ REVERE
D5. Round building? ~ TAVERN
D6. Tortoise immortalizer ~ AESOP
D6. Tortoise immortalizer ~ AESOP
D7. The eyes have it ~ IRIS
D7. Pupillary sphincter location ~ IRIS
D8. Bravo or Grande ~ RIO
D8. "___ Bravo" ~ RIO
D9. Hankering ~ YEN
D9. Nikko currency ~ YEN
D10. Kansas pooch ~ TOTO
D10. Miss Gulch's capture ~ TOTO
D11. Mitchell creation ~ OHARA
D11. Woman who lost her Butler ~ OHARA
D12. Hungered ~ PINED
D12. Carried a torch (for) ~ PINED
D13. Orders to a jerk? ~ SODAS
D13. Jerk's works? ~ SODAS
D18. Funds for the golden yrs. ~ IRAS
D18. Tax-deferred accts. ~ IRAS
D19. Charcoal drawing, e.g. ~ SKETCH
D19. Charcoal drawing, e.g. ~ SKETCH
D24. Irritable ~ CRANKY
D24. Grouchy ~ CRANKY
D25. It can be right ~ ANGLE
D25. Protractor measurement ~ ANGLE
D26. Scornful outburst ~ BAH
D26. "A Christmas Carol" cry ~ BAH
D28. Everest topper ~ SNOW
D28. Needing a pinch-runner ~ SLOW
D29. "Catch a Falling Star" crooner ~ COMO
D29. Guitar device ~ CAPO
D30. Fish organs ~ GILLS
D30. Fish organs ~ GILLS
D31. Fleeces ~ SHEARS
D31. Fleeces ~ SHEARS
D33. Entrenched routine ~ HABIT
D33. Entrenched routine ~ HABIT
D34. Pain in the neck ~ ANNOYANCE
D34. Pain in the neck ~ ANNOYANCE
D35. Golfer's choice ~ IRON
D35. Golfer's choice ~ IRON
D36. Bathtub detritus ~ RING
D36. Bathtub detritus ~ RING
D38. It might make your hair stand on end ~ STATIC
D38. It might make your hair stand on end ~ STATIC
D42. Log splitter ~ AXE
D42. Log splitter ~ AXE
D45. Where you might rest easy ~ SOFA
D45. Where you might rest easy ~ SOFA
D46. Crow-related, say ~ TRIBAL
D46. Kind of ceremony ~ TRIBAL
D47. Poisonous snake ~ MAMBA
D47. Poisonous snake ~ MAMBA
D48. Four-letter-word eliminator ~ BLEEP
D48. Expletive replacement ~ BLEEP
D49. Helpers ~ AIDES
D49. Helpers ~ AIDES
D51. Folks from the boonies ~ HICKS
D51. Folks from the boonies ~ HICKS
D53. Mosquito's calling card ~ BITE
D53. Mosquito's calling card ~ BITE
D54. Junker of a car ~ HEAP
D54. Trouble quantity? ~ HEAP
D56. German gentleman ~ HERR
D56. German gentleman ~ HERR
D57. Spend the night ~ STAY
D57. Spend the night ~ STAY
D59. Ailing ~ ILL
D59. Ailing ~ ILL
D60. Teachers' org. ~ NEA
D60. Teachers' org. ~ NEA
D61. What a game may break ~ ICE
D61. What a game may break ~ ICE

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