Comparison for up2009-07-16

  • Title: "CROSS-WISE" (NOVEMBER 13, 2003)
  • Author: By Mark Milhet
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  • Title: HEEDING ADVICE
  • Author: By Jeggi Nelson / Timothy Parker
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A1. Weightlifter's maneuver ~ JERK
A1. Kept in custody ~ HELD
A5. Penn or Connery ~ SEAN
A5. Compensate for oversleeping ~ RUSH
A9. Bang your boot ~ STOMP
A9. "Applesauce!" ~ PSHAW
A14. Bunyan's Babe, et al. ~ OXEN
A14. Arab potentate ~ EMIR
A15. Voice below soprano ~ ALTO
A15. "___ each life, some rain ..." ~ INTO
A16. Passion ~ ARDOR
A16. Do community service, perhaps ~ ATONE
A17. Ms. Lollobrigida ~ GINA
A17. Frequent brown-bagger ~ WINO
A18. Appear imminent ~ LOOM
A18. Is in the running ~ VIES
A19. Nutty as a fruitcake ~ LOOPY
A19. A way with numbers? ~ ROUTE
A20. Makeshift procedure ~ STOPGAPMEASURE
A20. Duct tape may provide one ~ STOPGAPMEASURE
A23. "Smooth Operator" singer ~ SADE
A23. 1,000 grams ~ KILO
A24. Old piano tune ~ RAG
A24. Workout unit ~ SET
A25. Mars sighting ~ CANAL
A25. Mouthwatering ~ SAPID
A28. Leave in, editorially ~ STET
A28. Flat-bottomed fishing boat ~ DORY
A31. Musical film of 1965 ~ HELP
A31. "Fresh!" follow-up ~ SLAP
A35. Prophet ~ ORACLE
A35. Does some comparison shopping ~ PRICES
A37. Alpine bounceback ~ ECHO
A37. Secret Service dossier ~ FILE
A39. Miss Piggy, to herself ~ MOI
A39. Palindromic poetic preposition ~ ERE
A40. Georgia tourist attraction ~ LOOKOUTMOUNTAIN
A40. Chattanooga Campaign battle site ~ LOOKOUTMOUNTAIN
A43. Hero's suffix ~ ISM
A43. Tempe school letters ~ ASU
A44. Stage accessory ~ PROP
A44. Org. for the clue above ~ NCAA
A45. Employ again ~ REHIRE
A45. Winless thoroughbred ~ MAIDEN
A46. Simon or Diamond ~ NEIL
A46. Thomas Hardy's "___ of the d'Urbervilles" ~ TESS
A48. Decides ~ OPTS
A48. Oft-misplaced items ~ KEYS
A50. Takes out, editorially ~ DELES
A50. They can go pretty low (Var.) ~ BASSI
A51. Cleo's doom ~ ASP
A51. Require curing ~ AIL
A53. Hangs back ~ LAGS
A53. Storm preceder? ~ CALM
A55. Heed sound advice ~ LISTENTOREASON
A55. Consider sound advice ~ LISTENTOREASON
A62. Their members aren't stupid ~ MENSA
A62. "Blame it on the ___ Nova" ~ BOSSA
A63. More than suggest ~ URGE
A63. Two in a row? ~ OARS
A64. "___ Jury" (Spillane novel) ~ ITHE
A64. Emulate a vagabond ~ ROVE
A65. Now partner ~ AGAIN
A65. Sprite in "The Tempest" ~ ARIEL
A66. Desirable to a dieter ~ LEAN
A66. Italian wine ~ VINO
A67. Second start ~ NANO
A67. Holm oak ~ ILEX
A68. Word with down or up ~ TONED
A68. Inclined to fidget ~ ANTSY
A69. "Stormy Weather" Horne ~ LENA
A69. Pt. of NBA ~ ASSN
A70. Futuristic Disney film ~ TRON
A70. "___ that the truth!" ~ AINT
D1. Helps, as a memory ~ JOGS
D1. Chops with an ax ~ HEWS
D2. One type of poll ~ EXIT
D2. Send off ~ EMIT
D3. Place of many, many deals ~ RENO
D3. Beginning to type? ~ LINO
D4. Hiker's load ~ KNAPSACK
D4. Bygone field goal attempt ~ DROPKICK
D5. Waldorf, e.g. ~ SALAD
D5. ABC, to CBS ~ RIVAL
D6. Eschews wedding formalities ~ ELOPES
D6. One-legged camera stand ~ UNIPOD
D7. Proton's place ~ ATOM
D7. Have roots in (with "from") ~ STEM
D8. Seward Peninsula town ~ NOME
D8. Coil in a garden ~ HOSE
D9. Zesty dip ~ SALSA
D9. Grammatically dissect ~ PARSE
D10. Livestock lunch site ~ TROUGH
D10. Dark brews ~ STOUTS
D11. Polecat's trademark ~ ODOR
D11. "One ___ Photo" (2002) ~ HOUR
D12. Engage in self-pity ~ MOPE
D12. The first chip, usually ~ ANTE
D13. Lever ~ PRY
D13. When tripled, a nursery rhyme cry ~ WEE
D21. It's faster than a canter ~ GALLOP
D21. Name seen in many a hotel room ~ GIDEON
D22. Dudley Moore role ~ ARTHUR
D22. Refugee's request ~ ASYLUM
D25. Gen. Powell ~ COLIN
D25. Bug-on-windshield sound ~ SPLAT
D26. Ceased being supine ~ AROSE
D26. Ceased being supine ~ AROSE
D27. Mother Judd ~ NAOMI
D27. Devoted to the divine ~ PIOUS
D29. Lure ~ TEMPT
D29. "The Merry Month ___" (James Jones novel) ~ OFMAY
D30. Tree-hugger's prefix ~ ECO
D30. Diamond ___ (country music group) ~ RIO
D32. It could have a virus ~ EMAIL
D32. Clues, to a detective ~ LEADS
D33. France's longest river ~ LOIRE
D33. The Ram ~ ARIES
D34. Respighi's "___ of Rome" ~ PINES
D34. Former currency unit of Finland ~ PENNI
D36. Place football is played ~ EUROPE
D36. Nurse a baby ~ SUCKLE
D38. Jumpy ~ ONEDGE
D38. Give kindness that kills ~ ENABLE
D41. It may be blown ~ TOP
D41. ___ Bo (exercise system) ~ TAE
D42. Val Kilmer film ~ THESAINT
D42. Coffee liqueur ~ TIAMARIA
D47. Timmy's best friend ~ LASSIE
D47. Responds brattily ~ SASSES
D49. Catch phrase ~ SLOGAN
D49. Treats as worthless ~ SCORNS
D52. Defensive effort ~ STAND
D52. Land of Milan ~ ITALY
D54. Boxing locale ~ ARENA
D54. Lighter offense? ~ ARSON
D55. Big name in little blocks ~ LEGO
D55. "Love" attachment ~ LORN
D56. Words with instant and uproar ~ INAN
D56. "... or ___ just me?" ~ ISIT
D57. Zip ~ NULL
D57. ___ Scotia, Canada ~ NOVA
D58. Shoe holder ~ TREE
D58. Mai ___ (rum drinks) ~ TAIS
D59. Cowboy's emblem ~ STAR
D59. Songs sung alone (Var.) ~ SOLI
D60. "Heaven forbid!" ~ OHNO
D60. Bake-off need ~ OVEN
D61. Broadway blinker ~ NEON
D61. Shout at a deli ~ NEXT
D62. Wrestler's spot ~ MAT
D62. Woolgathering sound ~ BAA

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