Comparison for up2009-04-09

  • Title: "TIME FOR BREAKFAST" (SEPTEMBER 06, 2005)
  • Author: By Fran & Lou Sabin
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  • Title: IHOP TO IT
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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A1. Come clean? ~ BATHE
A1. Santa Fe brick ~ ADOBE
A6. Barnyard babe ~ CALF
A6. Inexperienced one ~ NAIF
A10. Burger go-with ~ COLA
A10. Waggish individual ~ CARD
A14. Animated mermaid ~ ARIEL
A14. Officially sanctioned ~ LEGAL
A15. Inter ___ ~ ALIA
A15. "Pure ___" (1950 jazz album) ~ ELLA
A16. Sure sign, for some ~ OMEN
A16. Shawm descendant ~ OBOE
A17. Air show maneuver ~ BARRELROLL
A17. Dogfight maneuver ~ BARRELROLL
A19. Canine moniker ~ FIDO
A19. Big cheese in Greece? ~ FETA
A20. Mary Todd's love ~ ABE
A20. Pig and Whistle order ~ ALE
A21. Springiness ~ GIVE
A21. "I ___ My Love a Cherry" ~ GAVE
A22. Collarless robe ~ CAFTAN
A22. Collarless robe ~ CAFTAN
A24. Locker room supply ~ TAPE
A24. Allowance for weight ~ TARE
A25. Word before and after against ~ HOPE
A25. Word before and after "against" ~ HOPE
A26. They fix locks ~ SALONS
A26. Clip joints? ~ SALONS
A29. Courtroom misbehavior ~ CONTEMPT
A29. Court's dishonor ~ CONTEMPT
A33. Pleasant surprise ~ TREAT
A33. Unexpected pleasure ~ TREAT
A34. Consider, as in a high court ~ HEAR
A34. Consider, as in a high court ~ HEAR
A35. Chaucer offering ~ TALE
A35. Elevated row ~ TIER
A36. Analysis subjects ~ EGOS
A36. Analysis subjects ~ EGOS
A37. Honeybun ~ DEARY
A37. Honeybun ~ DEARY
A38. Ugandan tyrant ~ AMIN
A38. Toon panda ~ ANDY
A39. Pattern of behavior ~ WONT
A39. Stubborn person's word ~ WONT
A40. Not a challenge ~ EASY
A40. "Don't rush into anything!" ~ EASY
A41. Drew back ~ EBBED
A41. Radio-active truckers? ~ CBERS
A42. Steers out of control? ~ STAMPEDE
A42. Steers out of control? ~ STAMPEDE
A44. Caesar and chicken, among many ~ SALADS
A44. Awkward fellow ~ GALOOT
A45. Diaphanous ~ AIRY
A45. Well-ventilated ~ AIRY
A46. Name used in exclamations ~ PETE
A46. The Swiss Guards serve him ~ POPE
A47. Minor memory failures ~ LAPSES
A47. Minor memory failures ~ LAPSES
A50. Field of study ~ AREA
A50. Operatic performance ~ ARIA
A51. In the style of, on a menu ~ ALA
A51. In the style of, on a menu ~ ALA
A54. Noteworthy sign ~ EXIT
A54. Noteworthy sign ~ EXIT
A55. Famously-connected actor ~ KEVINBACON
A55. Famously connected actor ~ KEVINBACON
A58. "Anything ___?" ~ ELSE
A58. "Anything ___?" ~ ELSE
A59. Tea choice ~ ICED
A59. Slathered frosting on ~ ICED
A60. Maximum bet ~ LIMIT
A60. Maximum bet ~ LIMIT
A61. Place for cowards? ~ REAR
A61. Place for cowards? ~ REAR
A62. Wine quality ~ NOSE
A62. Wine quality ~ NOSE
A63. Ideal spots ~ EDENS
A63. Idyllic gardens ~ EDENS
D1. Rum-soaked cake ~ BABA
D1. Provencal love song ~ ALBA
D2. Subject of King Fahd bin Abdul Aziz ~ ARAB
D2. Traffic (in) ~ DEAL
D3. It goes around and around ~ TIRE
D3. Beastly bloke ~ OGRE
D4. Part of HRH ~ HER
D4. "A guy walks into a ___ ..." ~ BAR
D5. Mighty fine ~ ELEGANT
D5. Tastefully luxurious ~ ELEGANT
D6. Whittle while you work? ~ CARVE
D6. Daredevil's asset ~ NERVE
D7. Ubiquitous lily relative ~ ALOE
D7. Lily relative ~ ALOE
D8. Like Abner ~ LIL
D8. Prepared introduction? ~ ILL
D9. Sport involving birds ~ FALCONRY
D9. Sport involving birds ~ FALCONRY
D10. Kind of book ~ COFFEETABLE
D10. Spot for a large picture book ~ COFFEETABLE
D11. Leave out ~ OMIT
D11. Assist nefariously ~ ABET
D12. "___ and the Swan" (Yeats) ~ LEDA
D12. Membership list ~ ROTA
D13. Soon, ere now ~ ANON
D13. Wormer in "Animal House," e.g. ~ DEAN
D18. You may gloss over them ~ LIPS
D18. Swedish form of Lawrence ~ LARS
D23. Well put ~ APT
D23. Well-put ~ APT
D24. After-dinner speaker ~ TOASTMASTER
D24. After-dinner speaker ~ TOASTMASTER
D25. Showing age ~ HOARY
D25. Gray with age ~ HOARY
D26. Irish and beef, for two ~ STEWS
D26. Irish and beef, for two ~ STEWS
D27. Groupspeak, e.g. ~ ARGOT
D27. Specialized vocabulary ~ ARGOT
D28. Hotelier Helmsley ~ LEONA
D28. Hotelier Helmsley ~ LEONA
D29. Terminate ~ CEASE
D29. Desist partner ~ CEASE
D30. Arboreal African snake ~ MAMBA
D30. Sal of "Rebel Without a Cause" ~ MINEO
D31. Worked regularly at ~ PLIED
D31. Cy Young award winner Martinez ~ PEDRO
D32. Looks after ~ TENDS
D32. Lovers' engagement ~ TRYST
D34. Mind-blowing ~ HEADY
D34. Intoxicating, as wine ~ HEADY
D37. Jacket material ~ DEERSKIN
D37. Hide among pioneers? ~ DEERSKIN
D41. Suitable for use as food ~ EATABLE
D41. Up to the task ~ CAPABLE
D43. It may have a filling filling ~ PIE
D43. It may have a filling filling ~ PIE
D44. Detected, in a way ~ SEEN
D44. Enter ~ GOIN
D46. Start of an Austen title ~ PRIDE
D46. "The ___ of the Yankees" ~ PRIDE
D47. Unwelcome expression ~ LEER
D47. Eye lewdly ~ LEER
D48. Type of grease ~ AXLE
D48. Type of grease ~ AXLE
D49. Galileo's birthplace ~ PISA
D49. Site of a famous campanile ~ PISA
D50. Roman greetings ~ AVES
D50. Roman greetings ~ AVES
D51. High point ~ ACME
D51. High point ~ ACME
D52. Cut of beef ~ LOIN
D52. Cut of beef ~ LOIN
D53. Nonhuman carpenters ~ ANTS
D53. Nonhuman carpenters ~ ANTS
D56. "The Name of the Rose" writer Umberto ~ ECO
D56. "The Name of the Rose" writer Umberto ~ ECO
D57. Band follower? ~ AID
D57. Band follower? ~ AID

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