Comparison for up2009-07-13

  • Title: "FORECLOSURES" (JULY 18, 2003)
  • Author: By Lynn Lempel
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  • Author: By Alex Cole / Timothy Parker
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A1. Type of stream ~ JET
A1. Hallucinogenic initials ~ LSD
A4. Place for a professeur ~ ECOLE
A4. Like yesterday's news ~ PASSE
A9. Botches ~ MUFFS
A9. Code words for "A" ~ ALFAS
A14. Potential progeny ~ OVA
A14. "And what have we here?" ~ OHO
A15. Created some dust, in a way ~ SAWED
A15. Alarming felony? ~ ARSON
A16. Even a bit ~ ATALL
A16. Repeat the question ~ REASK
A17. Perform on the spot ~ SIGHTREAD
A17. What many musicians can do ~ SIGHTREAD
A19. "Same here" ~ METOO
A19. Words with "house" or "move" ~ ONTHE
A20. Borden's bovine ~ ELSIE
A20. Asparagus unit ~ SPEAR
A21. Fierce fish ~ PIRANHAS
A21. Traveling troupe's gig ~ ROADSHOW
A23. World's lowest-lying body of water ~ DEADSEA
A23. Supporting fans ~ ROOTERS
A26. Brother of Cain ~ SETH
A26. Yankees' crosstown rivals ~ METS
A27. Region around Prague ~ BOHEMIA
A27. Desdemona's killer ~ OTHELLO
A30. Bleakly pessimistic film genre ~ NOIR
A30. A fruit to poach ~ PEAR
A32. Extras in a 1968 epic ~ APES
A32. "Beg pardon" ~ AHEM
A33. Gave up the ghost ~ DIED
A33. Cheese in a red coat ~ EDAM
A36. Change to fit ~ ALTER
A36. Bit of tomfoolery ~ ANTIC
A39. It's known for its intelligence ~ CIA
A39. "___ with Mussolini" (1999 film) ~ TEA
A40. Shed ~ CASTOFF
A40. Least nerdy ~ COOLEST
A42. It can climb up on campus ~ IVY
A42. Words said while holding hands ~ IDO
A43. Equivocate ~ HEDGE
A43. Many-headed monster ~ HYDRA
A45. Small sailboat ~ YAWL
A45. Agile despite age ~ SPRY
A46. Barrie bad guy ~ SMEE
A46. Period of prayer? ~ AMEN
A47. They peck at their food ~ HENS
A47. Subway fare? ~ HERO
A49. English crossword constructors ~ SETTERS
A49. Entry ~ INGRESS
A51. Avoid like the plague ~ SHUN
A51. Artistic work ~ OPUS
A53. Longtime magazine subscriber, once per year ~ RENEWER
A53. Freight bearer ~ FLATCAR
A56. Wife of Odysseus ~ PENELOPE
A56. Bach choral creations ~ CANTATAS
A58. "Peachy!" ~ NEATO
A58. Far from snug ~ LOOSE
A62. IV part? ~ INTRA
A62. Academic aide ~ TUTOR
A63. Prepare for the ring ~ SHADOWBOX
A63. Prepare for the ring ~ SHADOWBOX
A66. Bread machine cycle ~ KNEAD
A66. Tornado siren, e.g. ~ ALERT
A67. Sweater fabric ~ ORLON
A67. Casa mister ~ SENOR
A68. Southwestern tribesman ~ UTE
A68. "Apple cider" gal ~ IDA
A69. Before the start ~ EARLY
A69. Issues a challenge ~ DARES
A70. They're dispensed by the pound ~ MUTTS
A70. Tributary on the Missouri River ~ OSAGE
A71. Comaneci accomplishment ~ TEN
A71. Scottish headwarmer ~ TAM
D1. Slugger Canseco ~ JOSE
D1. Bottom-line bummer ~ LOSS
D2. Iniquity ~ EVIL
D2. Place for hands ~ SHIP
D3. Scores on a fly ~ TAGS
D3. Former Venetian bigwig ~ DOGE
D4. Regard ~ ESTEEM
D4. Stay on the beat? ~ PATROL
D5. Popular rental ~ CAR
D5. Airport info next to dep. ~ ARR
D6. Be in arrears ~ OWE
D6. Amsterdam-to-Rome dir. ~ SSE
D7. Abrupt transitions ~ LEAPS
D7. "... sugar is sweet and ___ you" ~ SOARE
D8. "Harlem Nights" star Murphy ~ EDDIE
D8. Ewok's planet ~ ENDOR
D9. Michelle Phillips, once ~ MAMA
D9. All-star third baseman, familiarly ~ AROD
D10. Kitchen tool ~ UTENSIL
D10. Photographer ~ LENSMAN
D11. New Year's Eve figure ~ FATHERTIME
D11. New Year's Eve figure ~ FATHERTIME
D12. Ice cream concoction ~ FLOAT
D12. ___ in the arm (encouragement) ~ ASHOT
D13. Plow through puddles ~ SLOSH
D13. Depicts with bias ~ SKEWS
D18. Holes up ~ HIDES
D18. "The Thousand and One Nights" group ~ HAREM
D22. Showed fear ~ RAN
D22. Warbucks henchman ~ ASP
D24. Radames' beloved ~ AIDA
D24. Bar with no alcohol ~ OLEO
D25. Bloom in a chain ~ DAISY
D25. Tempests in teapots ~ TODOS
D27. "St. Matthew Passion" composer ~ BACH
D27. This answer is a four-letter word ~ OATH
D28. Mayberry kid ~ OPIE
D28. "So ___ say" ("That's what I hear") ~ THEY
D29. Scalper's kin ~ HEADHUNTER
D29. Scalper's kin ~ HEADHUNTER
D31. Clumsy bumpkin ~ OAF
D31. "Please Don't ___ the Daisies" ~ EAT
D34. Zeta-theta connection ~ ETA
D34. Bernese or Dolomite feature ~ ALP
D35. What rhabdomancers do ~ DOWSE
D35. Type of system or badge ~ MERIT
D37. Lasting start ~ EVER
D37. "Beware the ___ of March" ~ IDES
D38. Deli breads ~ RYES
D38. Alcatraz population, once ~ CONS
D40. 100 yrs. ~ CEN
D40. Popular rental ~ CAR
D41. Left the coop? ~ FLEW
D41. Fit the sound to the action, e.g. ~ SYNC
D44. Type of delivery ~ GENERAL
D44. Bring up to snuff ~ RESTORE
D46. Scatter about ~ STREW
D46. Archer's missile ~ ARROW
D48. Sellout sign ~ SRO
D48. Poet's adverb ~ OFT
D50. They can give you fits ~ TENONS
D50. In large supply ~ GALORE
D51. Volleyball smash ~ SPIKE
D51. Group of eight ~ OCTAD
D52. Reddish hair dye ~ HENNA
D52. Singer Abdul or Cole ~ PAULA
D54. Salt type ~ EPSOM
D54. Cowboy's rope ~ LASSO
D55. India's first prime minister ~ NEHRU
D55. "... ___, dust to dust" ~ ASHES
D57. Tramp's partner ~ LADY
D57. "Fine" follower ~ ARTS
D59. Lie alongside ~ ABUT
D59. Passing sentences? ~ OBIT
D60. Lug ~ TOTE
D60. Bar supply ~ SODA
D61. Team components ~ OXEN
D61. Course concluder ~ EXAM
D64. Ht. above sea level ~ ALT
D64. "Baptist" intro ~ ANA
D65. Speck ~ DOT
D65. Tail tirelessly ~ DOG

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