Comparison for up2009-05-11

  • Title: "NO SOAP" (JANUARY 02, 2003)
  • Author: By Lynn Lempel
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  • Title: SPOTLESS
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: SPARKLE AND SHINE
  • Author: By Judith Kramer / Timothy Parker
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A1. Wetland ~ MARSH
A1. Wetland ~ MARSH
A1. Competed in derbies ~ RACED
A6. Change with the times ~ ADAPT
A6. Linen vestment ~ AMICE
A6. Corn breads ~ PONES
A11. Tip of a wing tip ~ TOE
A11. Tip of a wing tip ~ TOE
A11. Brewpub fixture ~ TAP
A14. Best Actor for "Gladiator" ~ CROWE
A14. "Zorba the Greek" setting ~ CRETE
A14. Arles academy ~ ECOLE
A15. Couch potato's essential ~ CABLE
A15. Some computer memory ~ CACHE
A15. "Leave" or "let" follower ~ ALONE
A16. Part of a long sentence ~ AND
A16. Part of a long sentence ~ AND
A16. "Butterflies ___ Free" ~ ARE
A17. Fessing up ~ COMINGCLEAN
A17. Admitting ~ COMINGCLEAN
A17. Fessing up ~ COMINGCLEAN
A19. "The Spanish Tragedy" playwright ~ KYD
A19. "The Spanish Tragedy" playwright ~ KYD
A19. Blood, so to speak ~ KIN
A20. Country on the Arabian Sea ~ OMAN
A20. Country on the Arabian Sea ~ OMAN
A20. Without a leader ~ TIED
A21. Of Nordic stock ~ ARYAN
A21. "He's ___ nowhere man ..." ~ AREAL
A21. King's territory ~ REALM
A22. Like Sadie of song ~ SEXY
A22. Like swimsuit issues ~ SEXY
A22. Board membership ~ SEAT
A23. China's largest river ~ YANGTZE
A23. China's longest river ~ YANGTZE
A23. Temporary period ~ INTERIM
A25. Radio, TV, etc. ~ MEDIA
A25. City near Dayton ~ XENIA
A25. Medicinal plant ~ SENNA
A27. Greta Garbo, for one ~ SWEDE
A27. Certain European ~ SWEDE
A27. Leaf under a petal ~ SEPAL
A29. Morsel ~ TIDBIT
A29. Morsel ~ TIDBIT
A29. On the hook ~ LIABLE
A32. Foreman foe ~ ALI
A32. "When We Were Kings" profilee ~ ALI
A32. "Little old me?" ~ MOI
A35. Endnotes? ~ OBITS
A35. Endnotes? ~ OBITS
A35. Black tea ~ PEKOE
A37. Substantive ~ MEATY
A37. Substantive ~ MEATY
A37. Cornrow, e.g. ~ BRAID
A38. Bamboozles ~ CONS
A38. Bamboozles ~ CONS
A38. Airborne fish eaters ~ ERNS
A40. None of the above ~ OTHER
A40. None of the above ~ OTHER
A40. Calligraphic stroke ~ SERIF
A42. Dance movement ~ STEP
A42. Self-help level ~ STEP
A42. Mount in Europe ~ ETNA
A43. Reluctant ~ LOATH
A43. Reluctant ~ LOATH
A43. 1 inch = 10 miles, e.g. ~ SCALE
A45. Commemoratory meal ~ SEDER
A45. Commemoratory meal ~ SEDER
A45. Excessive sternness ~ RIGOR
A47. Med. provider ~ HMO
A47. Med. provider ~ HMO
A47. End of the A-line? ~ HEM
A48. Pour out one's woes ~ UNLOAD
A48. Pour out one's woes ~ UNLOAD
A48. DNA source, sometimes ~ SALIVA
A50. Archaeologist's find ~ RELIC
A50. Archaeologist's quest ~ RELIC
A50. Arboretum item ~ SHRUB
A52. Book review? ~ AUDIT
A52. Books review? ~ AUDIT
A52. Change, as the Constitution ~ AMEND
A54. Convention goer's ID ~ NAMETAG
A54. It may say "Hello" ~ NAMETAG
A54. Mexican hotties? ~ TAMALES
A58. Kennel Club reject ~ MUTT
A58. No Westminster contender ~ MUTT
A58. Commend, as for bravery ~ CITE
A60. Robust ~ LUSTY
A60. Stentorian ~ LUSTY
A60. Barely make it ~ GETBY
A62. Peruvian capital ~ LIMA
A62. Soup bean, perhaps ~ LIMA
A62. Badgered ~ RODE
A63. Nuisance for Santa ~ ASH
A63. Hockey stick wood ~ ASH
A63. "Color me impressed!" ~ OOH
A64. Done for ~ ALLWASHEDUP
A64. Done for ~ ALLWASHEDUP
A64. Done for ~ ALLWASHEDUP
A66. Capital of Zimbabwe? ~ ZEE
A66. Small dictionary section ~ ZEE
A66. Did some consuming ~ ATE
A67. Diametrically opposed ~ POLAR
A67. Diametrical ~ POLAR
A67. Bask ~ REVEL
A68. Qualifying for sumo ~ OBESE
A68. Qualifying for sumo wrestling, e.g. ~ OBESE
A68. President-___ ~ ELECT
A69. Blunder ~ ERR
A69. Blunder ~ ERR
A69. Roofing sealant ~ TAR
A70. Pentagon worry ~ ENEMY
A70. Hostile party ~ ENEMY
A70. Angler's accessory ~ CREEL
A71. Steven Spielberg openings? ~ ESSES
A71. Swiss trio? ~ ESSES
A71. Accelerating forces ~ DYNES
D1. Real man? ~ MCCOY
D1. Enterprise healer ~ MCCOY
D1. Prefix with "linear" that means "straight" ~ RECTI
D2. Olfactory lure ~ AROMA
D2. Olfactory lure ~ AROMA
D2. Decide at the flip of ___ ~ ACOIN
D3. Cicero, e.g. ~ ROMAN
D3. Put on a new crew ~ REMAN
D3. Christmas reindeer ~ COMET
D4. Batters' attempts ~ SWINGS
D4. Cuts to the quick ~ STINGS
D4. Passes over in pronunciation ~ ELIDES
D5. Cooped-up female? ~ HEN
D5. Cooped-up female? ~ HEN
D5. Bear necessity ~ DEN
D6. Certifies, as colleges ~ ACCREDITS
D6. Certifies, as colleges ~ ACCREDITS
D6. Regulatory device of a sort ~ PACEMAKER
D7. Tyne of "Judging Amy" ~ DALY
D7. Kind of bonding ~ MALE
D7. Type of stew ~ OLLA
D8. Crossing the keel ~ ABEAM
D8. Mountain climber's aid ~ ICEAX
D8. "Joy to the World" and others ~ NOELS
D9. Space occupier ~ PLANET
D9. Alpine cottage ~ CHALET
D9. Type of finish ~ ENAMEL
D10. "_____ Little Indians" ~ TEN
D10. Still, to poets ~ EEN
D10. Certain pol ~ SEN
D11. Lose big time ~ TAKEABATH
D11. Have a financial setback ~ TAKEABATH
D11. Lose one's shirt ~ TAKEABATH
D12. Banded quartz ~ ONYX
D12. Banded quartz ~ ONYX
D12. "Carmen" solo ~ ARIA
D13. Current event? ~ EDDY
D13. Current event? ~ EDDY
D13. Confined (with "up") ~ PENT
D18. Park pavilion ~ GAZEBO
D18. Park pavilion ~ GAZEBO
D18. Acts the bellyacher ~ GRIPES
D22. Boundaries ~ SIDES
D22. What partisans choose ~ SIDES
D22. Marching drum ~ SNARE
D24. Tea quantity, so they sing ~ TWO
D24. Double standard? ~ TWO
D24. Part of a bodybuilder's workout ~ REP
D26. Turn down the lights ~ DIM
D26. Counting game ~ NIM
D26. Beak ~ NIB
D28. Old-time anesthetic ~ ETHER
D28. Old-time anesthetic ~ ETHER
D28. Nocturnal lemur ~ LORIS
D30. Romantic duo ~ ITEM
D30. Romantic duo ~ ITEM
D30. "Come here often?" e.g. ~ LINE
D31. Tit for tat, maybe? ~ TYPO
D31. Tit for tat, maybe? ~ TYPO
D31. Cheese on a party tray, perhaps ~ EDAM
D32. U.S. rights defender ~ ACLU
D32. Legal org. co-founded by Jane Addams ~ ACLU
D32. Army eatery ~ MESS
D33. Nutcase ~ LOON
D33. Diving bird ~ LOON
D33. "Free Willy" animal ~ ORCA
D34. Agitated ~ INALATHER
D34. Agitated ~ INALATHER
D34. Agitated ~ INALATHER
D36. Like a couch potato ~ SEDENTARY
D36. Like a couch potato ~ SEDENTARY
D36. Bad thing to be behind ~ EIGHTBALL
D39. Beer relative ~ STOUT
D39. Beer type ~ STOUT
D39. "Ghostbusters" goop ~ SLIME
D41. Team races ~ RELAYS
D41. Team races ~ RELAYS
D41. Surprise attacks ~ FORAYS
D44. Used to own ~ HAD
D44. Used to own ~ HAD
D44. Serpent's pigeon ~ EVE
D46. Edge ~ RIM
D46. Edge ~ RIM
D46. Coke mixer ~ RUM
D49. "There's Something About Mary" actor Matt ~ DILLON
D49. "Gunsmoke" marshal ~ DILLON
D49. One opening up a can of worms? ~ ANGLER
D51. Stars ~ CELEBS
D51. People people ~ CELEBS
D51. By a nose, say ~ BARELY
D53. Fine net fabric ~ TULLE
D53. Fine net fabric ~ TULLE
D53. Investigate (with "into") ~ DELVE
D55. Surfer's concern ~ TIDES
D55. Surfer's concerns ~ TIDES
D55. Deep olive green ~ LODEN
D56. Elicit some smiles ~ AMUSE
D56. Elicit chuckles ~ AMUSE
D56. Draw out ~ EDUCE
D57. Stares in surprise ~ GAPES
D57. Stares in surprise ~ GAPES
D57. Clan divisions ~ SEPTS
D58. Tortuous path ~ MAZE
D58. Hedge arrangement, perhaps ~ MAZE
D58. Brushed layer ~ COAT
D59. Target of certain fees ~ USER
D59. Target of certain fees ~ USER
D59. Infinitesimal amount ~ IOTA
D61. Crossed the Rubicon, maybe ~ SWAM
D61. Crossed the Rubicon, maybe ~ SWAM
D61. Affectedly quaint, to a Brit ~ TWEE
D64. Tarzan's protector ~ APE
D64. Primatologist's study, perhaps ~ APE
D64. Circle portion ~ ARC
D65. It'll help turn up a plot ~ HOE
D65. It'll help turn up a plot ~ HOE
D65. "___ give you the shirt off his back!" ~ HED

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