Comparison for up2009-08-18

  • Title: CALLING MR. FIX-IT
  • Author: By Fran Lou Sabin / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: IN NEED OF REPAIR
  • Author: By Pannie Elder / Timothy Parker
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A1. Pitcher's place ~ MOUND
A1. It's spoken from the hip? ~ SLANG
A6. Balzac's "Le ___ Goriot" ~ PERE
A6. Struck with wonder ~ AWED
A10. Traveler's stretch ~ ROAD
A10. Picnic drink ~ SODA
A14. Pansy's young'un ~ ABNER
A14. Moses' brother ~ AARON
A15. Candid ~ OPEN
A15. "Am-scray!" ~ SHOO
A16. Word of exclusivity ~ ONLY
A16. ___ for the money ~ INIT
A17. Needing repair ~ NOTWORKING
A17. Needing Mr. Fix-It ~ NOTWORKING
A19. Sioux speaker ~ OTOE
A19. Sicilian volcano ~ ETNA
A20. Virtual hero? ~ NEO
A20. It makes pets pests ~ ESS
A21. Wooden king, e.g. ~ PIECE
A21. Barely flows through the cracks ~ SEEPS
A22. Heavens, poetically ~ ETHER
A22. White as a sheet ~ ASHEN
A23. Many an Indian worshipper ~ HINDU
A23. Does some bookmaking ~ BINDS
A24. Aweather's opposite ~ ALEE
A24. Old instrument that's strummed ~ LUTE
A25. In decline ~ EBBING
A25. Corrupt morally ~ DEBASE
A28. Bottom feeder's sphere, perhaps ~ RIVERBED
A28. Cute as a button ~ ADORABLE
A32. Bog down ~ MIRE
A32. Two in a row? ~ OARS
A33. Army doc ~ MEDIC
A33. Master, in Africa ~ BWANA
A34. Hilo neckwear ~ LEI
A34. Young boy ~ LAD
A35. Occlusion ~ CLOSURE
A35. Ickier ~ GROSSER
A38. Nimble Fred ~ ASTAIRE
A38. Frosty's fear ~ MELTING
A40. Deer friend? ~ ELK
A40. Breed ~ ILK
A41. Permeates slowly ~ SEEPS
A41. Bad-mannered ~ CRASS
A43. Foul mood ~ SNIT
A43. Twice removed from thrice ~ ONCE
A44. Canines ~ EYETEETH
A44. Canine, but not a dog ~ EYETOOTH
A46. Some volleyball shots ~ SPIKES
A46. Crave ~ HANKER
A48. Inept individual, stereotypically ~ NERD
A48. Paper contents ~ NEWS
A49. Antiquing applications ~ AGERS
A49. It may be humble ~ ABODE
A51. Ball park quaffs ~ SODAS
A51. Fashion figure ~ MODEL
A53. Mexicali month ~ ENERO
A53. Gave up a seat ~ STOOD
A54. Newt wannabe ~ EFT
A54. Words from a witness ~ IDO
A57. Ruckuses ~ ADOS
A57. Pressing need? ~ IRON
A58. Needing repair ~ OUTOFORDER
A58. Needing Mr. Fix-It ~ OUTOFORDER
A60. Brat Pack member Rob ~ LOWE
A60. Leaves in stitches? ~ SEWS
A61. Slogged along ~ TROD
A61. Birdhouse occupant, perhaps ~ WREN
A62. Musical composition ~ FUGUE
A62. Lisa Simpson, to Patty and Selma ~ NIECE
A63. Shore fliers ~ ERNS
A63. He played Felix on TV ~ TONY
A64. Heavy reading ~ TOME
A64. Suffix for "mountain" or "auction" ~ EERS
A65. Like a fleabag ~ SEEDY
A65. Rips off ~ SOAKS
D1. "Buddenbrooks" author ~ MANN
D1. Undeserving of a padded cell ~ SANE
D2. Reed under Muti ~ OBOE
D2. Where to spend a kip ~ LAOS
D3. "For ___ us a child is born" ~ UNTO
D3. They're black for witches ~ ARTS
D4. Spanking follower ~ NEW
D4. ___ and then ~ NOW
D5. Pay an unexpected visit to ~ DROPIN
D5. Knowledge of spiritual truths ~ GNOSIS
D6. Gave the elbow ~ POKED
D6. Popped a question ~ ASKED
D7. Diner extraordinaire ~ EPICURE
D7. Two-person cutting tool ~ WHIPSAW
D8. Artist Magritte ~ RENE
D8. Ages ~ EONS
D9. Chang's twin ~ ENG
D9. Fetching one ~ DOG
D10. Noisy fan or truffle-hunting hog, e.g. ~ ROOTER
D10. Snooze under a sombrero ~ SIESTA
D11. Needing repair ~ ONTHEBLINK
D11. Needing Mr. Fix-It ~ ONTHEBLINK
D12. Lotion base, perhaps ~ ALOE
D12. Partake at a feast ~ DINE
D13. Salon specialist ~ DYER
D13. ___ impasse ~ ATAN
D18. Arboreal age indicator ~ RING
D18. Descartes who said, "I think therefore I am" ~ RENE
D22. Word on a campaign button ~ ELECT
D22. Ear-relevant ~ AURAL
D23. Rushes along ~ HIES
D23. Smallmouth fish ~ BASS
D24. Hertz alternative ~ AVIS
D24. "... on the ___ prairie" ~ LONE
D25. Nitery host ~ EMCEE
D25. Calf in a range herd ~ DOGIE
D26. Keystone Kop's club ~ BILLY
D26. "... and ___ to rise ..." ~ EARLY
D27. Needing repair ~ BROKENDOWN
D27. Needing Mr. Fix-It ~ BROKENDOWN
D29. Lupino and Cantor ~ IDAS
D29. Water gates ~ DAMS
D30. Shiver-causing ~ EERIE
D30. "Ivanhoe" weapon ~ LANCE
D31. Practices girth control, e.g. ~ DIETS
D31. Lawn-care equipment ~ EDGER
D33. Comply with ~ MEET
D33. One with frequent temper tantrums ~ BRAT
D36. Product requirements? ~ USERS
D36. Meanie's look ~ SCOWL
D37. Sax object ~ REED
D37. Winged figure of Greek mythology ~ EROS
D39. Deal conditions, sometimes ~ ASIS
D39. Muscle quality ~ TONE
D42. Opera interrupter of note ~ PHANTOM
D42. Smash to smithereens ~ SHATTER
D45. Makes fun of ~ TEASES
D45. Smaller than small ~ TEENSY
D46. Peasant of yore ~ SERF
D46. Foot that clops ~ HOOF
D47. Reads for errors ~ PROOFS
D47. Extras ~ ADDONS
D50. Crystal-lined stone ~ GEODE
D50. Unexpected benefits ~ BOONS
D51. Holiday event ~ SALE
D51. Spray finely ~ MIST
D52. Barbecue factor ~ ODOR
D52. White-centered snack ~ OREO
D53. It gets more bang than the buck ~ EURO
D53. Without a doubt ~ SURE
D54. Nose out ~ EDGE
D54. Inventor's starting point ~ IDEA
D55. Montague vs. Capulet, e.g. ~ FEUD
D55. It's not damaged by cutting ~ DECK
D56. Low card ~ TREY
D56. Metals in the rough ~ ORES
D58. Giant of a Giant ~ OTT
D58. Run a deficit ~ OWE
D59. Wish otherwise ~ RUE
D59. Brazilian vacation spot, informally ~ RIO

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