Comparison for up2009-08-08

  • Title: "ROTARY DRILL" (MAY 22, 2005)
  • Author: By Jim Page
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  • Title: TURN IT AROUND
  • Author: By Carla Azure / Timothy Parker
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A1. Picked up, in a way ~ HEARD
A1. Basic precept ~ TENET
A6. Horned snake ~ ASP
A6. "Crikey!" ~ GAD
A9. "___ Lama Ding Dong" (1961 hit) ~ RAMA
A9. Certain Arctic Circle inhabitant ~ LAPP
A13. Taedium vitae ~ ENNUI
A13. "He who hesitates is lost," e.g. ~ ADAGE
A14. Monopoly game piece ~ CAR
A14. "Yes," at a wedding ~ IDO
A15. Even the golden ones could be false ~ IDOLS
A15. Intestinal obstruction ~ ILEUS
A17. Appears correct ~ RINGSTRUE
A17. Seems right ~ RINGSTRUE
A19. Managed ~ GOTBY
A19. Too much, in music ~ TANTO
A20. Poetic form ~ ODE
A20. JFK info ~ ETA
A21. Like Patagonia ~ ARID
A21. "___ it to the judge" ~ TELL
A22. Traveled over water, in a way ~ CANOED
A22. Washington's mount? ~ VERNON
A23. Akron products ~ RADIALTIRES
A23. Warsaw Pact member ~ EASTGERMANY
A25. Put out the fire and pack up the tent ~ DECAMP
A25. Ad that falls out of a newspaper ~ INSERT
A29. Czech composer Janacek ~ LEOS
A29. Word wailed in woe ~ ALAS
A30. Winglike ~ ALAR
A30. Tidy ~ NEAT
A31. Gayle Sayers' teammate Piccolo ~ BRIAN
A31. Remove the adipose part ~ DEFAT
A33. Sardine can attachment ~ KEY
A33. "Quiet on the ___!" ~ SET
A36. Clique, e.g. ~ CIRCLEOFFRIENDS
A36. Group of people you can trust ~ CIRCLEOFFRIENDS
A40. Great ending ~ EST
A40. ___ mode ~ ALA
A41. Wipe the slate clean ~ ERASE
A41. Act the drama queen ~ EMOTE
A42. Buster Brown's dog ~ TIGE
A42. Activity on a mat ~ YOGA
A43. Defeats regularly ~ OWNS
A43. Assert confidently ~ AVER
A44. Stadium employee ~ SEATER
A44. Shish kebab necessity ~ SKEWER
A46. Some beef cuts ~ ROUNDSTEAKS
A46. Simple means of transport ~ ROLLERSKATE
A51. Attendance book heading ~ ABSENT
A51. Big birdhouse ~ AVIARY
A52. Paul, John, Ringo or George, e.g. ~ BRIT
A52. Compass abbrs. ~ NNES
A53. Nourishment oversight grp. ~ FDA
A53. Australian cousin of the ostrich ~ EMU
A56. Former attorney general ~ MEESE
A56. "The Count of ___ Cristo" ~ MONTE
A57. Legal outs ~ LOOPHOLES
A57. Legal outs ~ LOOPHOLES
A59. Some cracker spreads ~ PATES
A59. Wintry mix stuff ~ SLEET
A60. Switch ups? ~ ONS
A60. "Something ___, something ..." ~ OLD
A61. A grandson of Adam ~ ENOCH
A61. About to explode ~ IRATE
A62. Red-___ (franks) ~ HOTS
A62. What gamblers figure ~ ODDS
A63. Paris-to-Marseille dir. ~ SSE
A63. "Cakes and ___" (Maugham novel) ~ ALE
A64. Film fighter ~ ROCKY
A64. Pansy Yokum's boy ~ ABNER
D1. Apt lunch for Superman ~ HERO
D1. Empty container weight ~ TARE
D2. British author Blyton ~ ENID
D2. Do post-production work ~ EDIT
D3. Sister of Emily and Charlotte ~ ANNE
D3. "Peter Pan" pooch ~ NANA
D4. Toupee, informally ~ RUG
D4. Your brain, in a PSA ~ EGG
D5. Relieve of weaponry ~ DISARM
D5. Consumer Reports employee ~ TESTER
D6. Unpleasantly pungent ~ ACRID
D6. What about half of all new babies are ~ GIRLS
D7. Certain Arabian ~ SAUDI
D7. Full-price payer, at an amusement park ~ ADULT
D8. It comes before dawn ~ PRE
D8. It may be around a buck ~ DOE
D9. Shells alternative ~ RIGATONI
D9. Book review types ~ LITERATI
D10. Male looker ~ ADONIS
D10. Emergency warnings ~ ALARMS
D11. Driving force? ~ MOTOR
D11. Contour feather ~ PENNA
D12. "The Zoo Story" playwright ~ ALBEE
D12. Add, as weight ~ PUTON
D16. Chaplin and Barrett ~ SYDS
D16. Electronics giant ~ SONY
D18. Word with fly or clap ~ TRAP
D18. Animal milk source ~ TEAT
D22. Easily understood ~ CLEAR
D22. Guttural, phonetically ~ VELAR
D24. "___ Less Ordinary" (1997) ~ ALIFE
D24. Social blunder ~ GAFFE
D25. Freshwater fish ~ DACE
D25. Ancient Andean settler ~ INCA
D26. Some Ivy League alums ~ ELIS
D26. "Heartlight" singer Diamond ~ NEIL
D27. Horse preceder? ~ CART
D27. "Love Songs" poet Teasdale ~ SARA
D28. Hail Mary path ~ ARC
D28. Space-saving abbreviation ~ ETC
D31. Vain claim ~ BOAST
D31. "Let's Make a Deal" options ~ DOORS
D32. Certain baseball players (Abbr.) ~ RFS
D32. A newt in its terrestrial stage ~ EFT
D33. Kind of sweater ~ KNIT
D33. "A Christmas Carol" precipitation ~ SNOW
D34. Head start, e.g. ~ EDGE
D34. Head start, e.g. ~ EDGE
D35. Belgian river ~ YSER
D35. An anagram for "rats" ~ TSAR
D37. Salaciousness ~ LEWDNESS
D37. Young hares ~ LEVERETS
D38. German painter/poet ~ ERNST
D38. Beautician's board ~ EMERY
D39. Frat letter, perhaps ~ ETA
D39. This has a pupil, but no teacher ~ EYE
D43. Quick round of tennis? ~ ONESET
D43. Having wings ~ ALATED
D44. One way to get to elementary school ~ SKIP
D44. Kind of son or father ~ STEP
D45. Rolle of "Good Times" ~ ESTHER
D45. Rudy portrayer on "The Cosby Show" ~ KESHIA
D46. Public garage feature ~ RAMP
D46. Broadsides ~ RAMS
D47. West Indies witchcraft ~ OBEAH
D47. Quarter-round molding ~ OVOLO
D48. "To breathe such vows as lovers ___ swear" (Shak.) ~ USETO
D48. Like standard loose-leaf sheets ~ LINED
D49. Poetic colors ~ EBONS
D49. Small, rounded hill ~ KNOLL
D50. Stein quote ending ~ AROSE
D50. Positive pole ~ ANODE
D53. Tuftlike mass ~ FLOC
D53. Stylish elegance ~ ELAN
D54. What a swabbie swabs ~ DECK
D54. Allocate (with "out") ~ METE
D55. Cinderous ~ ASHY
D55. Web-service subscriber ~ USER
D57. ___ Gatos, Calif. ~ LOS
D57. Hawaii's Mauna ___ ~ LOA
D58. Bed-In for Peace participant of 1969 ~ ONO
D58. Symbol of royal power ~ ORB

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