Comparison for up2009-05-31

  • Title: BODY LANGUAGE
  • Author: By Fran Lou Sabin / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: BODY BUILDING
  • Author: By Kenneth Holt / Timothy Parker
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A1. Victorian and Romantic, for two ~ ERAS
A1. Mountain pass ~ GHAT
A5. Brat's Christmas present ~ COAL
A5. Indicates it's OK ~ NODS
A9. ___ patriae (patriotism) ~ AMOR
A9. XXIX x C ~ MMCM
A13. Baronet's bride ~ DAME
A13. "That's gotta hurt" ~ OUCH
A14. Actress Braga ~ SONIA
A14. Brown pigment ~ SEPIA
A15. "Venus de ___" ~ MILO
A15. Frigid ending? ~ AIRE
A16. Gardener's gift ~ GREENTHUMB
A16. Gardener's gift ~ GREENTHUMB
A18. Termini ~ ENDS
A18. Annoyed condition ~ SNIT
A19. Languish ~ YEN
A19. Up there in years ~ OLD
A20. Brief investments? ~ IRAS
A20. "I'm all ___!" ~ EARS
A21. Great surge ~ ONRUSH
A21. Donna Karan creation, perhaps ~ BLOUSE
A23. Word with brain or price ~ SCAN
A23. Wise advisor ~ GURU
A24. It may be forbidden ~ FRUIT
A24. Barely audible ~ FAINT
A25. Emulated Huck Finn ~ RAFTED
A25. Contradict ~ REFUTE
A28. Margaret or Diana, e.g. ~ PRINCESS
A28. Superlatively swanky ~ RITZIEST
A31. Ohio Indians, in the past ~ ERIES
A31. Bond together ~ UNITE
A32. Avoided bloodshed, in a way ~ RAN
A32. Film in which Voight plays Cosell ~ ALI
A33. Interjection to express doubt ~ AHEM
A33. Burn the chops ~ CHAR
A34. Horton's worry ~ EGG
A34. "Papa's Got a Brand New ___" ~ BAG
A35. Many are broadcast ~ TAPINGS
A35. Jeff Foxworthy target ~ REDNECK
A39. Had something ~ ATE
A39. "We ___ the World" ~ ARE
A40. Stentorian ~ LOUD
A40. Live ___ (enjoy life) ~ ITUP
A42. It's Grande ~ RIO
A42. Chicken or turkey part ~ LEG
A43. Nina's traveling companion ~ PINTA
A43. A couple of Henry VIII's wives ~ ANNES
A45. Harpist or guitarist, at times ~ STRUMMER
A45. Camp combustible ~ KEROSENE
A47. Straight talk ~ CANDOR
A47. Baseball deals ~ TRADES
A48. Film maven Roger ~ EBERT
A48. Force out of a flat ~ EVICT
A49. Cutty ___ (historic ship) ~ SARK
A49. Auction giant ~ EBAY
A50. Natural gas component ~ ETHANE
A50. Authoritative order ~ BEHEST
A52. A relative of mine? ~ HERS
A52. Thin piece of wood ~ SLAT
A53. ___ Dolorosa ~ VIA
A53. Wife's title ~ MRS
A56. Offensive expression ~ LEER
A56. Assert with confidence ~ AVER
A57. 0.0929 square meter ~ SQUAREFOOT
A57. Floor space unit ~ SQUAREFOOT
A60. Type of hug ~ BEAR
A60. "The ___ Goes On" ~ BEAT
A61. Tuck site ~ TUMMY
A61. Camp shelters ~ TENTS
A62. Palindromic emperor ~ OTTO
A62. ___ mater ~ ALMA
A63. Mickey's character ~ ANDY
A63. Tennis star Roddick ~ ANDY
A64. Dips in gravy ~ SOPS
A64. "Garfield" canine ~ ODIE
A65. Gymnast's perch ~ BEAM
A65. Have a big mouth ~ BLAB
D1. On tenterhooks ~ EDGY
D1. Kind of boot or dancer ~ GOGO
D2. Nearly extinct ~ RARE
D2. Be a pitcher ~ HURL
D3. "Lilies of the Field" song ~ AMEN
D3. Did great on, as a test ~ ACED
D4. Look or must adjunct ~ SEE
D4. "What ___ ..." (cry of surprise) ~ THE
D5. "Over There" penner ~ COHAN
D5. India's first prime minister ~ NEHRU
D6. Unpleasant task ~ ONUS
D6. "Bloom County" penguin ~ OPUS
D7. Deadeye's forte ~ AIM
D7. Headlight setting ~ DIM
D8. Doing arduous work ~ LABORING
D8. Relating to a weekly day of rest (Var.) ~ SABBATIC
D9. North or South ending ~ AMERICA
D9. Kind of temple ~ MASONIC
D10. It's on the watch ~ MINUTEHAND
D10. It's on the watch ~ MINUTEHAND
D11. Pioneer automaker ~ OLDS
D11. Receiver Collinsworth or Carter ~ CRIS
D12. ___ Hashanah ~ ROSH
D12. Apportion (with "out") ~ METE
D14. Guarneri's kin, for short ~ STRAD
D14. Fixed gaze ~ STARE
D17. Most pleasant ~ NICEST
D17. Render impotent ~ NEUTER
D22. Wimpled woman ~ NUN
D22. 1963 Cleo portrayer ~ LIZ
D23. Sault ___ Marie ~ STE
D23. Midsection ~ GUT
D24. Kukla and Ollie's friend ~ FRAN
D24. Document place ~ FILE
D25. Studio stock ~ REELS
D25. Puzzle cube inventor ~ RUBIK
D26. Vernacular ~ ARGOT
D26. Akin on Mom's side ~ ENATE
D27. Part of some sailing vessels ~ FIGUREHEAD
D27. Part of some sailing vessels ~ FIGUREHEAD
D28. Previous arrest ~ PRIOR
D28. Where the deer and the antelope play ~ RANGE
D29. Words with music or work ~ SETTO
D29. Delhi dress (Var.) ~ SAREE
D30. Type of campaign ~ SMEAR
D30. Hairdresser's handful ~ TRESS
D36. Airplane seat features ~ ARMRESTS
D36. Makes a choice of ~ ELECTSTO
D37. Artist Mondrian ~ PIET
D37. Bumper bruise ~ DENT
D38. Meager ~ SPARSE
D38. Self-defense art ~ KARATE
D41. Louis XV's madame ~ DUBARRY
D41. Pennilessness ~ POVERTY
D44. Press agent's goal ~ INK
D44. Aye negator ~ NAY
D46. John's sign, sometimes ~ MEN
D46. Auntie, to mom ~ SIS
D47. Keep in stock ~ CARRY
D47. Ski-lift rigs ~ TBARS
D49. Rock layers ~ SEAMS
D49. Gladden ~ ELATE
D50. Where Napoleon was exiled ~ ELBA
D50. Cake with rum and raisins ~ BABA
D51. Parent's challenge, stereotypically ~ TEEN
D51. "Don't ___ think about it!" ~ EVEN
D52. Brahman feature ~ HUMP
D52. African antelope ~ SUNI
D53. Show of hands, e.g. ~ VOTE
D53. "___ Flanders" ~ MOLL
D54. Modicum ~ IOTA
D54. "Touched by an Angel" star Downey ~ ROMA
D55. Subject of a split ~ ATOM
D55. Wound with a dagger ~ STAB
D58. Status ___ ~ QUO
D58. Abbr. after a proof ~ QED
D59. Watch pocket ~ FOB
D59. Beatles adjective ~ FAB

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