Comparison for up2009-02-26

  • Title: "CAPITAL IDEAS" (AUGUST 23, 2005)
  • Author: By George Keller
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  • Title: CAPITAL GAINS
  • Author: By Ellsworth Perkins / Timothy Parker
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A1. "And another thing ..." ~ ALSO
A1. Beginning to cry? ~ AFAR
A5. Small progression ~ STEP
A5. Small progression ~ STEP
A9. Addis ___ (Ethiopia's capital) ~ ABABA
A9. Addis ___ (Ethiopia's capital) ~ ABABA
A14. Act rashly ~ LEAP
A14. 1920s style: art ___ ~ DECO
A15. Leander's love ~ HERO
A15. Popeye, after eating spinach ~ HERO
A16. Docket fill ~ CASES
A16. Docket fill ~ CASES
A17. Brocaded fabric ~ LAME
A17. "... ___, whatever will be, will be" ~ SERA
A18. Complain, complain, complain ~ RAIL
A18. Complain, complain, complain ~ RAIL
A19. Pleasant surprise ~ TREAT
A19. Pleasant surprise ~ TREAT
A20. It's a capital place ~ DENVERCOLORADO
A20. It's a capital place ~ DENVERCOLORADO
A23. Bradley and Trixie's husband ~ EDS
A23. Journalist Bradley and Trixie's husband ~ EDS
A24. Comstock load ~ ORE
A24. Comstock load ~ ORE
A25. Brings to the boiling point ~ ANGERS
A25. Brings to the boiling point ~ ANGERS
A29. Wet, spongy ground ~ BOG
A29. Wet, spongy ground ~ BOG
A31. Some are natural, some are broken ~ LAWS
A31. Some are broken ~ LAWS
A35. Takes wing ~ SOARS
A35. Takes wing ~ SOARS
A36. Object in a quiver ~ ARROW
A36. Object in a quiver ~ ARROW
A38. Child seat? ~ LAP
A38. Child seat? ~ LAP
A39. It's a capital place ~ STPAULMINNESOTA
A39. It's a capital place ~ STPAULMINNESOTA
A42. Palindromic conjunction ~ ERE
A42. Palindromic conjunction ~ ERE
A43. "... ___ evil, speak ..." ~ SEENO
A43. "... ___ evil, speak ..." ~ SEENO
A44. Audio signal receiver ~ TUNER
A44. Audio signal receiver ~ TUNER
A45. Put through the paces ~ TEST
A45. Put through the paces ~ TEST
A47. Word with takers or day now ~ ANY
A47. Word with "takers" or "day now" ~ ANY
A48. Takes the helm ~ STEERS
A48. Takes the helm ~ STEERS
A49. They precede mis ~ RES
A49. They precede mis, on a music scale ~ RES
A51. Haggard work ~ SHE
A51. Haggard work ~ SHE
A52. It's a capital place ~ ATLANTAGEORGIA
A52. It's a capital place ~ ATLANTAGEORGIA
A60. 18 holes, for example ~ ROUND
A60. Eighteen holes, for example ~ ROUND
A61. Sugar substitute? ~ DEAR
A61. Honeybunch ~ DEAR
A62. They may be beaten ~ ODDS
A62. They may be beaten ~ ODDS
A64. Compel through coercion ~ FORCE
A64. Compel through coercion ~ FORCE
A65. No one's in until this is put in ~ ANTE
A65. Initial stake ~ ANTE
A66. Got on one's high horse? ~ RODE
A66. Retina cells ~ RODS
A67. Trusty mount ~ STEED
A67. Trusty mount ~ STEED
A68. Unpleasant situation ~ MESS
A68. Unpleasant situation ~ MESS
A69. Otherwise ~ ELSE
A69. Otherwise ~ ELSE
D1. Word with in or out ~ ALL
D1. Classified items ~ ADS
D2. Primary role ~ LEAD
D2. Animal fare ~ FEED
D3. Matching ~ SAME
D3. A little of a large lot? ~ ACRE
D4. File command ~ OPEN
D4. Adjective for some horses' coats ~ ROAN
D5. Does an office chore ~ SHREDS
D5. Does an office chore ~ SHREDS
D6. They're shed ~ TEARS
D6. They're shed ~ TEARS
D7. Roberts of "Runaway Train" ~ ERIC
D7. Funny Idle ~ ERIC
D8. Game of chukkers ~ POLO
D8. Game of chukkers ~ POLO
D9. Action may make him laugh or cry? ~ ACTOR
D9. Action may make him laugh or cry? ~ ACTOR
D10. Wine container ~ BARREL
D10. Wine container ~ BARREL
D11. On the Baltic ~ ASEA
D11. On the Baltic ~ ASEA
D12. Form droplets ~ BEAD
D12. Form droplets ~ BEAD
D13. Regarding ~ ASTO
D13. Regarding ~ ASTO
D21. Lawsuit preposition ~ VERSUS
D21. Lawsuit preposition ~ VERSUS
D22. Get ready to surf ~ LOGON
D22. Get ready to surf ~ LOGON
D25. Coveted quality ~ ASSET
D25. Coveted quality ~ ASSET
D26. Dame's introduction? ~ NOTRE
D26. Dame's introduction? ~ NOTRE
D27. Stares with open mouth ~ GAPES
D27. Stares open-mouthed ~ GAPES
D28. Newsworthy period of history ~ ERA
D28. Historical period ~ ERA
D29. Like the ocean ~ BRINY
D29. Like the ocean ~ BRINY
D30. Yes ___ (one of two answers) ~ ORNO
D30. Yes ___ (one of two answers) ~ ORNO
D32. Not with another ~ ALONE
D32. Not with another ~ ALONE
D33. Spring offering ~ WATER
D33. Spring offering ~ WATER
D34. Practices for a boxing match ~ SPARS
D34. Practices for a boxing match ~ SPARS
D36. Communicant's word ~ AMEN
D36. Communicant's word ~ AMEN
D37. Damper ~ WETTER
D37. Damper ~ WETTER
D40. The absolute minimum ~ LEAST
D40. The absolute minimum ~ LEAST
D41. Cash's boy ~ SUE
D41. Cash's boy, in song ~ SUE
D46. Hypnotic sleep ~ TRANCE
D46. Hypnotic sleep ~ TRANCE
D48. "... to the ___ of Tripoli" ~ SHORES
D48. Coasts ~ SHORES
D50. Finished ~ ENDED
D50. Finished ~ ENDED
D51. Part of a full house? ~ SEATS
D51. Part of a full house? ~ SEATS
D52. Canine sounds ~ ARFS
D52. Canine sounds ~ ARFS
D53. Horn sound ~ TOOT
D53. Horn sound ~ TOOT
D54. Work as a barker ~ LURE
D54. Work as a barker ~ LURE
D55. Father of Cain and Abel ~ ADAM
D55. Father of Cain and Abel ~ ADAM
D56. Tunney of the ring ~ GENE
D56. Tunney of the ring ~ GENE
D57. Horror film fare ~ GORE
D57. Horror film fare ~ GORE
D58. Adored one ~ IDOL
D58. Adored one ~ IDOL
D59. Increases ~ ADDS
D59. Increases (with "to") ~ ADDS
D63. Figure out ~ SEE
D63. Amsterdam-to-Rome dir. ~ SSE

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