Comparison for up2009-06-03

  • Title: WHAT'S THE BUZZ?
  • Author: By Arlan Linda Bushman / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: BUZZING ABOUT
  • Author: By Albert Kingsley / Timothy Parker
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A1. Snare or bass, e.g. ~ DRUM
A1. Basic unit of matter ~ ATOM
A5. Motorist's aid ~ FLARE
A5. Prefix meaning "bone" ~ OSTEO
A10. Goofy ~ DAFT
A10. Hamlet, e.g. ~ DANE
A14. Hebrides island ~ IONA
A14. It goes by leaps and bounds ~ HARE
A15. Some are three-legged ~ RACES
A15. India's first P.M. ~ NEHRU
A16. Comply ~ OBEY
A16. Outlawed apple spray ~ ALAR
A17. Buzz ~ EXCITEMENT
A17. Buzz ~ EXCITEMENT
A19. Paraphernalia ~ GEAR
A19. Tattooist's canvas ~ SKIN
A20. Country music's Mel ~ TILLIS
A20. Be serious about what you say ~ MEANIT
A21. Kind of heel ~ STILETTO
A21. Federal lawmen ~ MARSHALS
A23. "What did I tell you?" ~ SEE
A23. Lit firecracker sound ~ SSS
A24. Brindled beast ~ GNU
A24. Pan Am rival ~ TWA
A26. Extinct avian ~ MOA
A26. Just manage (with "out") ~ EKE
A27. Buzz ~ SHORTHAIRCUT
A27. Buzz ~ SHORTHAIRCUT
A33. Like some expectations ~ GREAT
A33. What some humor lacks ~ TASTE
A36. They're made for walking ~ BOOTS
A36. Work together, as organisms ~ COACT
A37. According to ~ ALA
A37. Chant at the Olympics ~ USA
A38. Calm by deception ~ LULL
A38. Passe word in marriage vows ~ OBEY
A39. Natty Bumppo conveyance ~ CANOE
A39. Unduly severe ~ HARSH
A40. Tuscany river ~ ARNO
A40. Baldwin of "The Cat in the Hat" ~ ALEC
A41. Some badges, for short ~ IDS
A41. Russian mobile home? ~ MIR
A42. Like most municipal tracts ~ ZONED
A42. Took to jail ~ RANIN
A43. Bits of ingenuity ~ IDEAS
A43. Opening remarks ~ INTRO
A44. Buzz ~ BEEHIVESOUND
A44. Buzz ~ BEEHIVESOUND
A47. I might stand for it ~ ONE
A47. Brighton brew ~ ALE
A48. Baseball's "Little Giant" ~ OTT
A48. Weapon for Wile E. Coyote ~ TNT
A49. Easy mark ~ SAP
A49. ___ Alamos, N.M. ~ LOS
A52. Seafood menu item ~ KINGCRAB
A52. Big name in boxing ~ EVERLAST
A57. Esprit de corps ~ MORALE
A57. Coat of many colors wearer ~ JOSEPH
A59. Give off, as light ~ EMIT
A59. Parting words ~ TATA
A60. Buzz ~ FLYLOWOVER
A60. Buzz ~ FLYLOWOVER
A62. Mustachioed artist ~ DALI
A62. Pantry pests ~ ANTS
A63. Platte River Siouans ~ OTOES
A63. "Able was ___ saw Elba" ~ IEREI
A64. Small-screen alien ~ MORK
A64. French father ~ PERE
A65. Hook confederate ~ SMEE
A65. Harper and Stagger ~ LEES
A66. Man of steel? ~ ROBOT
A66. "The Gilded Age" co-author ~ TWAIN
A67. Superficially cultured ~ ARTY
A67. Lettuce unit ~ HEAD
D1. They feature fare reductions ~ DIETS
D1. Throat-clearing attention-getters ~ AHEMS
D2. Velma's "Chicago" rival ~ ROXIE
D2. One of life's certainties ~ TAXES
D3. "I give up!" ~ UNCLE
D3. Dangerous whales ~ ORCAS
D4. Knightly wear ~ MAIL
D4. Lo ___ (noodle dish) ~ MEIN
D5. California raisin crop capital ~ FRESNO
D5. Double decker? ~ ONETWO
D6. Rapid escape ~ LAM
D6. Theological inst. ~ SEM
D7. Ones in suits? ~ ACES
D7. People pointed at ~ THEM
D8. Office expense, often ~ RENT
D8. Soprano Berger ~ ERNA
D9. Gauge ~ ESTIMATE
D9. Community worker's effort ~ OUTREACH
D10. Indication of a bookmark ~ DOGEAR
D10. Dancer's associate ~ DASHER
D11. Encourage when one should discourage ~ ABET
D11. Seltzer type? ~ ALKA
D12. Tour de force ~ FEAT
D12. Carpentry fastener ~ NAIL
D13. Greenhorn ~ TYRO
D13. Graceful shore fliers ~ ERNS
D18. Stingy ~ TIGHT
D18. Pay a dime on the dollar, in a way ~ TITHE
D22. Clark's colleague ~ LOIS
D22. A bit of vaudeville ~ SKIT
D25. Refined ~ URBANE
D25. Understood by very few ~ ARCANE
D27. Mineo of movies ~ SAL
D27. Boar's abode ~ STY
D28. Chromatic nuances ~ TONES
D28. Spelling and Amos ~ TORIS
D29. Bryce Canyon formation ~ HOODOO
D29. Is without ~ HASNOT
D30. Word in the title of an Ink Spots classic ~ CARE
D30. Word with "film" or "following" ~ CULT
D31. Radius partner ~ ULNA
D31. One logging in ~ USER
D32. Southwestern art mecca ~ TAOS
D32. Burrito alternative ~ TACO
D33. Silver-tongued ~ GLIB
D33. ___ of the Unknowns ~ TOMB
D34. Brusque ~ RUDE
D34. He had an Irish Rose ~ ABIE
D35. Word with what or or ~ ELSE
D35. Like the surface of Mars ~ SERE
D39. Protect, in a way ~ COVERFOR
D39. Do more than lose one's cool ~ HAVEAFIT
D40. Interject ~ ADD
D40. "So your point is ...?" ~ AND
D42. Brass component ~ ZINC
D42. Little brook ~ RILL
D43. Being hauled ~ INTOW
D43. Tagging along ~ INTOW
D45. Immobilize, rodeo style ~ HOGTIE
D45. Badger or hound ~ HARASS
D46. Greatest amount ~ UTMOST
D46. Leave, as a club ~ UNJOIN
D49. Relish ~ SAVOR
D49. Water container? ~ LEVEE
D50. Vigilant ~ ALERT
D50. Gig for Domingo ~ OPERA
D51. Chipper ~ PERKY
D51. Minimal evidence ~ SHRED
D52. Sneakers brand ~ KEDS
D52. And others, in Latin ~ ETAL
D53. Mosque notable ~ IMAM
D53. Weathercock ~ VANE
D54. Lake Nasser filler ~ NILE
D54. Suffix with "sermon" or "kitchen" ~ ETTE
D55. Chorus voice ~ ALTO
D55. Did away with, as a dragon ~ SLEW
D56. Party invite initials, sometimes ~ BYOB
D56. Banks of talk ~ TYRA
D58. Actress Downey ~ ROMA
D58. Certain undergrad ~ SOPH
D61. Sign of summer ~ LEO
D61. Orchid necklace ~ LEI

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