Comparison for up2009-04-17

  • Title: "NEXT TO GODLINESS" (MARCH 30, 2000)
  • Author: By Louis Hildebrand
M
A
T
C
H
#
I
O
W
A
#
S
H
A
M
O
S
H
E
A
#
G
N
A
W
#
C
O
M
E
T
H
R
O
W
I
N
T
H
E
T
O
W
E
L
H
E
E
#
#
T
O
O
#
S
I
R
E
N
S
S
N
E
A
K
E
R
#
L
O
R
E
#
#
#
#
#
P
R
I
M
E
T
I
M
E
S
O
A
P
A
S
I
A
N
S
#
W
E
E
D
#
R
N
A
B
E
E
T
#
#
F
E
D
#
#
A
R
O
N
E
T
C
#
A
B
I
E
#
H
I
R
I
N
G
T
H
E
G
R
E
A
T
B
A
S
I
N
#
#
#
#
#
A
I
N
T
#
A
B
R
A
H
A
M
M
O
U
S
S
E
#
A
S
I
#
#
A
N
O
O
F
T
H
E
F
I
R
S
T
W
A
T
E
R
S
M
E
E
#
I
D
L
E
#
O
R
C
A
S
T
E
S
S
#
T
O
O
T
#
O
C
H
R
E
  • Title: "CLEAN AS A WHISTLE" (APRIL 20, 2005)
  • Author: By Louis Hildebrand
M
A
T
C
H
#
I
O
W
A
#
S
H
A
M
O
S
H
E
A
#
G
N
A
W
#
C
O
M
E
T
H
R
O
W
I
N
T
H
E
T
O
W
E
L
H
E
E
#
#
T
O
O
#
S
I
R
E
N
S
S
N
E
A
K
E
R
#
L
O
R
E
#
#
#
#
#
P
R
I
M
E
T
I
M
E
S
O
A
P
A
S
I
A
N
S
#
W
E
E
D
#
R
N
A
B
E
E
T
#
#
F
E
D
#
#
A
R
O
N
E
T
C
#
A
B
I
E
#
H
I
R
I
N
G
T
H
E
G
R
E
A
T
B
A
S
I
N
#
#
#
#
#
A
I
N
T
#
A
B
R
A
H
A
M
M
O
U
S
S
E
#
A
S
I
#
#
A
N
O
O
F
T
H
E
F
I
R
S
T
W
A
T
E
R
S
M
E
E
#
I
D
L
E
#
O
R
C
A
S
T
E
S
S
#
T
O
O
T
#
O
C
H
R
E
  • Title: A CLEAN MIND
  • Author: By Carson Benny / Timothy Parker
M
O
T
H
S
#
I
O
W
A
#
S
H
A
M
E
T
H
O
S
#
G
N
A
W
#
C
O
M
E
T
H
R
O
W
I
N
T
H
E
T
O
W
E
L
E
E
E
#
#
T
O
O
#
S
I
R
E
N
S
D
R
E
D
G
E
R
#
L
O
R
E
#
#
#
#
#
P
R
I
M
E
T
I
M
E
S
O
A
P
A
S
I
A
N
S
#
W
E
E
D
#
R
I
O
D
U
E
T
#
#
F
E
D
#
#
G
I
L
T
I
C
C
#
A
B
I
E
#
S
T
R
E
S
S
T
H
E
G
R
E
A
T
B
A
S
I
N
#
#
#
#
#
A
I
N
T
#
A
B
E
T
T
E
D
M
O
U
S
S
E
#
U
S
O
#
#
A
V
I
O
F
T
H
E
F
I
R
S
T
W
A
T
E
R
S
M
E
E
#
I
D
L
E
#
A
L
E
R
T
T
E
S
S
#
T
E
S
T
#
S
A
S
S
Y
A1. Three on a _____ ~ MATCH
A1. Word with box or maker ~ MATCH
A1. Butterflies' cousins ~ MOTHS
A6. Corn-growing state ~ IOWA
A6. 29th state as of 1846 ~ IOWA
A6. 29th state ~ IOWA
A10. It isn't what it looks like ~ SHAM
A10. Con game ~ SHAM
A10. Con game ~ SHAM
A14. Milo of film and stage ~ OSHEA
A14. Milo of film and stage ~ OSHEA
A14. Community character ~ ETHOS
A15. Mice and beavers do it ~ GNAW
A15. Emulate a mouse or beaver ~ GNAW
A15. Emulate a mouse or beaver ~ GNAW
A16. Tag along ~ COME
A16. Tag along ~ COME
A16. Tag along ~ COME
A17. Succumb to frustration ~ THROWINTHETOWEL
A17. Succumb to frustration ~ THROWINTHETOWEL
A17. Cry uncle ~ THROWINTHETOWEL
A20. With 5 Down, asinine statement? ~ HEE
A20. With 5-Down, asinine statement? ~ HEE
A20. Width of Tripoli? ~ EEE
A21. Besides that ~ TOO
A21. Likewise ~ TOO
A21. Likewise ~ TOO
A22. Alluring women ~ SIRENS
A22. Singers on the briny ~ SIRENS
A22. Ambulance attachments ~ SIRENS
A23. Soft shoe? ~ SNEAKER
A23. Courtwear ~ SNEAKER
A23. Canal maker ~ DREDGER
A26. Tales, sagas and such ~ LORE
A26. Folk knowledge ~ LORE
A26. Folk knowledge ~ LORE
A27. "Melrose Place," for one ~ PRIMETIMESOAP
A27. "Desperate Housewives," for one ~ PRIMETIMESOAP
A27. "Desperate Housewives" is one ~ PRIMETIMESOAP
A32. Thais and Taiwanese ~ ASIANS
A32. Most people, really ~ ASIANS
A32. Most people, statistically ~ ASIANS
A34. Rag tag? ~ WEED
A34. Shepherd's purse, e.g. ~ WEED
A34. Dandelion or goldenrod, e.g. ~ WEED
A35. Genetic trait carrier ~ RNA
A35. Genetic info carrier ~ RNA
A35. Country group Diamond ___ ~ RIO
A36. Borscht ingredient ~ BEET
A36. Biennial vegetable ~ BEET
A36. "Up Where We Belong," e.g. ~ DUET
A37. G-man or T-man ~ FED
A37. G-man or T-man ~ FED
A37. Gave dinner to ~ FED
A38. Rock-'n'-roll middle name ~ ARON
A38. Rock-'n'-roll middle name ~ ARON
A38. Gold-covered ~ GILT
A39. Abbreviation after a comma ~ ETC
A39. Abbreviation after a comma ~ ETC
A39. America's first regulatory agcy. ~ ICC
A40. Irish Rose's lover ~ ABIE
A40. Irish Rose's lover ~ ABIE
A40. Irish Rose's lover ~ ABIE
A42. Firing opposite ~ HIRING
A42. Business practice ~ HIRING
A42. Accent ~ STRESS
A44. Major depression out West? ~ THEGREATBASIN
A44. Major depression out West? ~ THEGREATBASIN
A44. Major depression out West? ~ THEGREATBASIN
A47. "That _____ hay!" ~ AINT
A47. "That ___ hay!" ~ AINT
A47. "It ___ over 'til it's over" ~ AINT
A48. He had a Lot to contend with ~ ABRAHAM
A48. Covenant recipient (Gen. 17:9) ~ ABRAHAM
A48. Assisted in a bad way ~ ABETTED
A51. Hair-care concoction ~ MOUSSE
A51. Hair care concoction ~ MOUSSE
A51. Hair care concoction ~ MOUSSE
A54. "Unaccustomed _____ am..." ~ ASI
A54. "Unaccustomed ___ am ..." ~ ASI
A54. Troop troupe, briefly ~ USO
A55. Year, in Cuba ~ ANO
A55. Year, in Cuba ~ ANO
A55. Prefix for the birds ~ AVI
A56. Topnotch ~ OFTHEFIRSTWATER
A56. Top-notch ~ OFTHEFIRSTWATER
A56. Top-notch ~ OFTHEFIRSTWATER
A60. Barrie baddie ~ SMEE
A60. Barrie baddie ~ SMEE
A60. Captain Hook's right-hand man ~ SMEE
A61. Not going anywhere ~ IDLE
A61. Run without moving ~ IDLE
A61. Run without moving ~ IDLE
A62. Shamu and Willy, e.g. ~ ORCAS
A62. Shamu and Keiko, e.g. ~ ORCAS
A62. Bring to the attention of ~ ALERT
A63. One of the Durbeyfields ~ TESS
A63. Trueheart of the comics ~ TESS
A63. Trueheart of the comics ~ TESS
A64. Tugboat blast ~ TOOT
A64. Tugboat blast ~ TOOT
A64. "1-2-3, 1-2-3," e.g. ~ TEST
A65. Palette pigment ~ OCHRE
A65. Palette pigment ~ OCHRE
A65. Full of attitude ~ SASSY
D1. They're drawn to the flame ~ MOTHS
D1. They're drawn to the flame ~ MOTHS
D1. Allocated (with "out") ~ METED
D2. Unnaturally pale ~ ASHEN
D2. Unnaturally pale ~ ASHEN
D2. Not this or that ~ OTHER
D3. Some suits in court? ~ THREEPIECE
D3. Some suits in court? ~ THREEPIECE
D3. Suit type ~ THREEPIECE
D4. Top corporate exec. ~ CEO
D4. Top corporate exec. ~ CEO
D4. "Yoo-___!" ~ HOO
D5. See 20 Across ~ HAW
D5. See 20-Across ~ HAW
D5. Colorado Springs-to-Santa Fe direction ~ SSW
D6. Deliberately not notice ~ IGNORE
D6. Deliberately not notice ~ IGNORE
D6. Pay no attention to ~ IGNORE
D7. Appended ~ ONTO
D7. In the know about ~ ONTO
D7. In the know about ~ ONTO
D8. Baby's cry ~ WAH
D8. Baby's cry ~ WAH
D8. Baby's cry ~ WAH
D9. Causing wonder ~ AWESOME
D9. Causing wonder ~ AWESOME
D9. Impressive, to teens ~ AWESOME
D10. Passes the plate? ~ SCORES
D10. Passes the plate? ~ SCORES
D10. Passes the plate? ~ SCORES
D11. Sewing machine inventor ~ HOWE
D11. Sewing machine innovator ~ HOWE
D11. "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" writer ~ HOWE
D12. Last word spoken at night, for many ~ AMEN
D12. Last word spoken at night, for many ~ AMEN
D12. Last word spoken at night, for many ~ AMEN
D13. Alice's diner ~ MELS
D13. Alice's diner ~ MELS
D13. Diner where Alice works ~ MELS
D18. Newsy nuggets ~ ITEMS
D18. Newsy nuggets ~ ITEMS
D18. Newsy nuggets ~ ITEMS
D19. Flagged ~ TIRED
D19. Flagged ~ TIRED
D19. Hackneyed, as a joke ~ TIRED
D24. "I smell _____!" ~ ARAT
D24. "I smell ___!" ~ ARAT
D24. Quaint oath ~ DRAT
D25. Cousins by the dozens, e.g. ~ KIN
D25. Cousins by the dozens, e.g. ~ KIN
D25. "Of all the ___ joints ..." ~ GIN
D26. Served up a whopper ~ LIED
D26. Served up a whopper ~ LIED
D26. Violated a commandment ~ LIED
D28. Word from a bird ~ TWEET
D28. Word from a bird ~ TWEET
D28. Word from a bird ~ TWEET
D29. Utah senator ~ ORRINHATCH
D29. Utah senator ~ ORRINHATCH
D29. Gives freshmen introduction, say ~ ORIENTATES
D30. Erelong ~ ANON
D30. Erelong ~ ANON
D30. Afflicts ~ AILS
D31. Hunger's messenger? ~ PANG
D31. Twinge of hunger ~ PANG
D31. Ante holders ~ POTS
D32. Assist an arsonist ~ ABET
D32. Support when one shouldn't ~ ABET
D32. Access for a collier ~ ADIT
D33. Abel successor? ~ SETH
D33. Son of Adam and Eve ~ SETH
D33. "Parting is ___ sweet sorrow . . ." ~ SUCH
D37. Brava manufacturer ~ FIAT
D37. Brava manufacturer ~ FIAT
D37. Official proclamation ~ FIAT
D38. "Che gelida manina," e.g. ~ ARIA
D38. "Che gelida manina," e.g. ~ ARIA
D38. Abrasive particles ~ GRIT
D40. Respond to reveille ~ ARISE
D40. Come to light ~ ARISE
D40. Respond to the rooster ~ ARISE
D41. Charity event ~ BENEFIT
D41. Charity event ~ BENEFIT
D41. Nonpaying gig ~ BENEFIT
D42. Behavioral pattern ~ HABIT
D42. Behavioral pattern ~ HABIT
D42. Dutch footwear ~ SABOT
D43. Mt. Carmel locale ~ ISR
D43. Mt. Carmel locale, briefly ~ ISR
D43. "Ash-Wednesday" monogram ~ TSE
D45. Deep cuts ~ GASHES
D45. Deep cuts ~ GASHES
D45. They may be in stitches ~ GASHES
D46. Hush Puppies hound ~ BASSET
D46. Short-legged hound ~ BASSET
D46. Short-legged hound ~ BASSET
D49. Puts _____ to the ground ~ ANEAR
D49. Puts ___ to the ground ~ ANEAR
D49. Civil rights activist Medgar ~ EVERS
D50. Code name ~ MORSE
D50. Code name ~ MORSE
D50. Unsportsmanlike ~ DIRTY
D51. More than half ~ MOST
D51. More than half ~ MOST
D51. More than half ~ MOST
D52. "You want a piece _____?" ~ OFME
D52. "You want a piece ___?" ~ OFME
D52. "You want a piece ___?" ~ OFME
D53. Salt Lake City squad ~ UTES
D53. Members of the Shoshonean people ~ UTES
D53. Salt Lake City hoopsters ~ UTES
D54. "Alice's Restaurant" name ~ ARLO
D54. "Alice's Restaurant" name ~ ARLO
D54. Modern bookmarks ~ URLS
D57. Swearing-in words ~ IDO
D57. Swearing-in words ~ IDO
D57. "Cyan" finish ~ IDE
D58. Go a-courtin' ~ WOO
D58. Try to win over ~ WOO
D58. "That ___ then ..." ~ WAS
D59. Jump a gap, as electricity ~ ARC
D59. Jump a gap, as electricity ~ ARC
D59. ___ rigueur (to the fullest extent) ~ ALA

Generated on 2019-01-17
a saul.pw project