Comparison for up2009-02-10

  • Title: "OL' MAN RIVER" (JANUARY 14, 2005)
  • Author: By Norman S. Wizer
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  • Title: WATER ON THE BRAIN
  • Author: By Jerome Jakes / Timothy Parker
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A1. "Cities of the Interior" author Nin ~ ANAIS
A1. Con men? ~ ANTIS
A6. Herring's cousin ~ SHAD
A6. Risked getting points ~ SPED
A10. Lean-to ~ SHED
A10. Garden adjunct ~ SHED
A14. Get up on ~ MOUNT
A14. Not accidental ~ MEANT
A15. Weight allowance ~ TARE
A15. Lemur's hangout ~ TREE
A16. Hatcher of "Desperate Housewives" ~ TERI
A16. Nicollette's co-star ~ TERI
A17. Popularly positioned ~ INTHEMAINSTREAM
A17. Hardly revolutionary ~ INTHEMAINSTREAM
A20. Hardly downsizing ~ REHIRING
A20. Wishing for ~ DESIRING
A21. Threatening words ~ ORELSE
A21. "... if you want to avoid trouble" ~ ORELSE
A22. German carmaker Karl ~ BENZ
A22. German carmaker Karl ~ BENZ
A23. John Smith, John Doe, etc. ~ ALIASES
A23. Fake handles ~ ALIASES
A24. Federal repository ~ NATIONALBANK
A24. Federal repository ~ NATIONALBANK
A28. Noteworthy hotel signs ~ EXITS
A28. They're noted on flights ~ EXITS
A29. Old, in Oldenburg ~ ALTE
A29. Part of an Adenauer epithet ~ ALTE
A30. Act the straggler ~ LAG
A30. Hat-passing network ~ PBS
A33. Beer alternatives ~ ALES
A33. Beer alternatives ~ ALES
A34. Mississippi feature ~ LEVEE
A34. Flood insurance of sorts ~ LEVEE
A36. Diner's card ~ MENU
A36. "The ___ shall inherit ..." ~ MEEK
A37. ___ diem rate ~ PER
A37. ___ X-ing ~ PED
A38. Get stuck in mud ~ MIRE
A38. Stick in mud ~ MIRE
A39. Selects the dramatis personae ~ CASTS
A39. Bay of Naples resort ~ CAPRI
A40. Public conveyance ~ RAPIDTRANSIT
A40. Commuter's system ~ RAPIDTRANSIT
A43. Slander ~ ASPERSE
A43. Defame ~ ASPERSE
A46. Tiptop ~ AONE
A46. "The Last Days of Pompeii" girl ~ IONE
A47. Kind of dog ~ SHAGGY
A47. "Scooby-Doo" character ~ SHAGGY
A48. Badmouths ~ TRADUCES
A48. Characteristics ~ FEATURES
A52. Latest fashions on the shelves ~ CURRENTARRIVALS
A52. Latest fashions on the racks ~ CURRENTARRIVALS
A54. Suit to ___ ~ ATEE
A54. Suit to ___ ~ ATEE
A55. Write up, as a speeder ~ CITE
A55. "Elizabeth" star Blanchett ~ CATE
A56. Thomas Jefferson, for one ~ DEIST
A56. Carter and Dunn ~ NELLS
A57. Attention getter ~ PSST
A57. It may precede the sharing of a secret ~ PSST
A58. It needs room to grow ~ SEED
A58. It needs room to grow ~ SEED
A59. Maritime birds ~ ERNES
A59. Fields of study ~ AREAS
D1. Islamic ruler (Var.) ~ AMIR
D1. Within ~ AMID
D2. "And Then There Were ___" ~ NONE
D2. Endangered goose ~ NENE
D3. Novelist or poet, e.g. (Abbr.) ~ AUTH
D3. Makes torchon lace ~ TATS
D4. Represses ~ INHIBITS
D4. Represses ~ INHIBITS
D5. Sound systems ~ STEREOS
D5. Sound systems ~ STEREOS
D6. Piece of poetry ~ STANZA
D6. Poem division ~ STANZA
D7. Reagan's secretary of state ~ HAIG
D7. Stuck-up one ~ PRIG
D8. Prince Valiant's son ~ ARN
D8. Nighttime's start, in poetry ~ EEN
D9. Barren ~ DESOLATE
D9. Barren ~ DESOLATE
D10. Word with winning, losing or hitting ~ STREAK
D10. Word with "winning" or "losing" ~ STREAK
D11. Shoe repair targets, sometimes ~ HEELS
D11. They may be cooled ~ HEELS
D12. Delete ~ ERASE
D12. Delete ~ ERASE
D13. Ten to a buck ~ DIMES
D13. Thin mint products ~ DIMES
D18. Wisc. neighbor ~ MINN
D18. Wisc. neighbor ~ MINN
D19. Threefold ~ TRINE
D19. Threefold ~ TRINE
D23. Having the know-how ~ ABLE
D23. Having the know-how ~ ABLE
D24. Low high tide ~ NEAP
D24. Certain tide ~ NEAP
D25. Toll unit ~ AXLE
D25. Toll unit ~ AXLE
D26. Ticket info, maybe ~ TIER
D26. Connected, as two musical notes ~ TIED
D27. Washed up ~ LAVED
D27. Washed up ~ LAVED
D30. More, philosophically speaking ~ LESS
D30. ___ up (gets excited) ~ PEPS
D31. Member of the opposition ~ ANTI
D31. Doubled, a thiamine deficiency ~ BERI
D32. Rush of wind ~ GUST
D32. Bit of burlesque ~ SKIT
D34. Feigns singing ~ LIPSYNCS
D34. Feigns singing ~ LIPSYNCS
D35. One of five great ones ~ ERIE
D35. One of five great ones ~ ERIE
D36. Gambit ~ MANEUVER
D36. Gambit ~ MANEUVER
D38. Homer's wife ~ MARGE
D38. Homer's wife ~ MARGE
D39. Voltaire novel ~ CANDIDE
D39. Mexican saloon ~ CANTINA
D40. Have second thoughts ~ REGRET
D40. Lament ~ REGRET
D41. Prepared for feathering ~ TARRED
D41. Having multiple layers ~ TIERED
D42. Make like Leo ~ ROAR
D42. Airport sound ~ ROAR
D43. Songwriters' org. ~ ASCAP
D43. Songwriters' org. ~ ASCAP
D44. Closes tightly ~ SHUTS
D44. Bars or bolts ~ SHUTS
D45. Cuts back ~ PARES
D45. Cuts back ~ PARES
D48. British museum ~ TATE
D48. It may be tempted ~ FATE
D49. First born? ~ CAIN
D49. Breathing abnormality ~ RALE
D50. Otherwise ~ ELSE
D50. She, south of the border ~ ELLA
D51. Concordes, e.g. ~ SSTS
D51. Air hose sound ~ SSSS
D53. Haberdashery item ~ TIE
D53. Kinetoscope co-inventor's monogram ~ TAE

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