Comparison for up2009-05-07

  • Title: "INTERNATIONAL CUISINE" (APRIL 27, 2005)
  • Author: By Ron Halverson
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  • Title: WORLDS FARE
  • Author: By Albert Kingsley / Timothy Parker
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A1. Norwegian ruler ~ OLAF
A1. Fishing hook with a handle ~ GAFF
A5. Flotilla ~ ARMADA
A5. Fleet of fighting ships ~ ARMADA
A11. Fast no longer ~ EAT
A11. Spot for a soothing soak ~ SPA
A14. Decant ~ POUR
A14. Software buyer ~ USER
A15. Tom Canty, in a Mark Twain book ~ PAUPER
A15. Tom Canty, in a Mark Twain book ~ PAUPER
A16. It may be concealed cosmetically ~ AGE
A16. Kubrick's computer ~ HAL
A17. Came apart at the seams? ~ TORE
A17. "G'day ___" ~ MATE
A18. King in Egyptian mythology ~ OSIRIS
A18. God in Egyptian mythology ~ OSIRIS
A19. Piece of cheesecake? ~ GAM
A19. Had a little lamb? ~ ATE
A20. Spicy side dish ~ SPANISHRICE
A20. Spicy side dish ~ SPANISHRICE
A22. It may be glossed over ~ LIP
A22. RPM part ~ PER
A23. PC display unit ~ CRT
A23. Old PC display part ~ CRT
A24. Hardly a martinet ~ LENIENT
A24. Likely to bend ~ LENIENT
A26. Odin's hangout ~ VALHALLA
A26. Wagnerian setting ~ VALHALLA
A31. Morse code sound ~ DIT
A31. Morse code sound ~ DIT
A32. Way into a mine ~ ADIT
A32. Way into a mine ~ ADIT
A33. Many millennia ~ EONS
A33. Many millennia ~ EONS
A35. Bellyaches ~ CARPS
A35. Bellyaches ~ CARPS
A39. Plane or rail variety ~ MONO
A39. The kissing disease, for short ~ MONO
A40. Ancient depraved city ~ SODOM
A40. Biblical sister city ~ SODOM
A42. Sudden transition ~ LEAP
A42. Sudden transition ~ LEAP
A43. Muscle that flexes the trunk ~ PSOAS
A43. Hip-flexing muscle ~ PSOAS
A45. Colon variety ~ SEMI
A45. Turnpike rumbler ~ SEMI
A46. One of a British group ~ ISLE
A46. Puddle-jumper's destination, perhaps ~ ISLE
A47. Pt. of SPCA ~ SOC
A47. Airline out of Stockholm ~ SAS
A49. Like handsaw blades ~ SERRATED
A49. Like handsaw blades ~ SERRATED
A51. Lay waste to ~ DESTROY
A51. Law firm VIP ~ PARTNER
A55. Threw one's hat in the ring ~ RAN
A55. Wasn't steadfast ~ RAN
A56. Start of a drum sound ~ RAT
A56. Ottoman official ~ AGA
A57. Salad toppings for Homer? ~ GREEKOLIVES
A57. Salad ingredients, sometimes ~ GREEKOLIVES
A63. "___ matter of fact ..." ~ ASA
A63. Start of a grid game ~ TIC
A64. Practical joker, e.g. ~ HOAXER
A64. Bird-seed holder ~ FEEDER
A65. Farewell, Italian-style ~ CIAO
A65. Trendy "so-long" ~ CIAO
A66. Debussy's "La ___" ~ MER
A66. Predating, in poetry ~ ERE
A67. Too firm, perhaps ~ UNRIPE
A67. Full of fervor ~ ONFIRE
A68. Bride of Lohengrin ~ ELSA
A68. Bride of Lohengrin ~ ELSA
A69. Word in a Maugham title ~ ALE
A69. Certain 35mm camera ~ SLR
A70. "Praying" insect family ~ MANTID
A70. Email message option ~ RESEND
A71. Make an effort to find ~ SEEK
A71. Fish for or ferret out ~ SEEK
D1. Chooses ~ OPTS
D1. Holders for canines ~ GUMS
D2. Closed circuit ~ LOOP
D2. Without dawdling, in memos ~ ASAP
D3. Ambience ~ AURA
D3. Big cheese in Athens ~ FETA
D4. "Cheers!" in Cherbourg? ~ FRENCHTOAST
D4. A votre sante? ~ FRENCHTOAST
D5. Peter, James e.g. ~ APOSTLES
D5. Peter, James et al. ~ APOSTLES
D6. Torrent ~ RASH
D6. Baby skin problem ~ RASH
D7. Sierra Club co-founder ~ MUIR
D7. "The Ghost and Mrs. ___" ~ MUIR
D8. Pluvial month ~ APRIL
D8. Fourth in a series of 12 ~ APRIL
D9. Cleared, as a windshield in winter ~ DEICED
D9. Cleared, as a windshield in winter ~ DEICED
D10. Elderberry wine additive, in a classic film ~ ARSENIC
D10. Elderberry wine additive, in a classic film ~ ARSENIC
D11. 3 on a par 5 ~ EAGLE
D11. Something to get in ~ SHAPE
D12. Recurrently ~ AGAIN
D12. Ceremonial Mass plate ~ PATEN
D13. Provoke ~ TEMPT
D13. Like a watchdog ~ ALERT
D21. Rosemary's creator ~ IRA
D21. You might put some money in it ~ IRA
D25. Desserts in Siena? ~ ITALIANICES
D25. Cooling refreshments ~ ITALIANICES
D26. Improvised accompaniment ~ VAMP
D26. Repeated passage, in music ~ VAMP
D27. Hubbubs ~ ADOS
D27. Uproars ~ ADOS
D28. Type opener ~ LINO
D28. Start to type? ~ LINO
D29. British bathrooms ~ LOOS
D29. Toilets at Wimbledon ~ LOOS
D30. Much of Chile ~ ANDES
D30. Crash locale in "Alive" ~ ANDES
D34. Unspecified ~ SOME
D34. "___ people!" ~ SOME
D36. Silence between notes ~ REST
D36. There's none for the weary ~ REST
D37. Opposite of flushed ~ PALE
D37. Prone to sunburn ~ PALE
D38. Tempted a traffic cop ~ SPED
D38. Drove like the dickens ~ SPED
D41. Reflected ~ MIRRORED
D41. Looked like ~ MIRRORED
D44. This yields molasses ~ SORGHUM
D44. Serenaded ~ SANGFOR
D48. Sun's circle of light ~ CORONA
D48. Unperturbed ~ SERENE
D50. "Too-ra-loo-ra-loo-___" ~ RAL
D50. "Too Ra Loo Ra Loo ___" ~ RAL
D51. Type of movie ~ DRAMA
D51. Cocktail hour spreads ~ PATES
D52. Art student's prop ~ EASEL
D52. "___ can dream, can't she?" ~ AGIRL
D53. Gawk ~ STARE
D53. One making a pit stop ~ RACER
D54. Have a yen for ~ YEARN
D54. Florida Keys features ~ REEFS
D58. Noteworthy hotel sign ~ EXIT
D58. Nicollette on "Desperate Housewives" ~ EDIE
D59. De Gaulle's one-time hat ~ KEPI
D59. "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" composer ~ KERN
D60. Anagram and synonym of evil ~ VILE
D60. Anagram and synonym of "evil" ~ VILE
D61. The life of Riley ~ EASE
D61. "... with the greatest of ___" ~ EASE
D62. Thoroughly moisten ~ SOAK
D62. Thoroughly moisten ~ SOAK

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