Comparison for up2009-09-22

  • Title: "DRIVING TEST" (JUNE 09, 2005)
  • Author: By Mabel Greene
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  • Title: TEST DRIVE
  • Author: By A.J. Culpepper / Timothy Parker
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A1. Amneris' rival ~ AIDA
A1. British title ~ DAME
A5. Animated hunter ~ ELMER
A5. Like some shoulders ~ BROAD
A10. Rebounds per game, e.g. ~ STAT
A10. "Hit the brakes!" ~ STOP
A14. River or mountains ~ URAL
A14. A fit of shivering ~ AGUE
A15. Crystal-lined stone ~ GEODE
A15. Shake awake ~ ROUSE
A16. Disney prefix ~ EURO
A16. Road runner ~ AUTO
A17. Collection agencies? ~ TOLLBOOTHS
A17. Places for coin collectors? ~ TOLLBOOTHS
A19. Kvetch ~ CRAB
A19. "Jeopardy!" contestants, collectively ~ TRIO
A20. Word for the books ~ ONE
A20. Demographic datum ~ AGE
A21. German article ~ EINE
A21. Areas by malls ~ LOTS
A22. Bit of wishful thinking ~ IFONLY
A22. Tighten, as a fist ~ CLENCH
A24. Check out ~ CASE
A24. Bundled units, in some product names ~ PAKS
A25. Wonderlands ~ EDENS
A25. They have certain rings to them ~ TREES
A26. Get going ~ SETOUT
A26. Computer availability ~ UPTIME
A29. Cannonballing along ~ SPEEDING
A29. In power, as a king ~ REIGNING
A32. Weigh station factors ~ TARES
A32. Combine, as traffic lanes ~ MERGE
A33. Eyes wantonly ~ LEERS
A33. Feature of some muscle cars ~ TURBO
A34. Actress Scala ~ GIA
A34. Crib talk ~ GOO
A35. Cry of shock ~ EGAD
A35. Cotswold cries ~ BAAS
A36. Wanders ~ ROVES
A36. ___ fatale ~ FEMME
A37. All over again ~ ANEW
A37. "We don't know who said it" abbr. ~ ANON
A38. Diminutive creature ~ ELF
A38. Diminutive creature ~ ELF
A39. Saddle afflictions ~ SORES
A39. Chianti and Bardolino ~ VINOS
A40. Looseness ~ SLACK
A40. "Frasier" surname ~ CRANE
A41. Motorist's move ~ LEFTTURN
A41. Scrap for Fido, perhaps ~ LEFTOVER
A43. Bireme or trireme ~ GALLEY
A43. Part of an old heating system ~ BOILER
A44. Ryan of "The Beverly Hillbillies" ~ IRENE
A44. A bit of land in the ocean ~ ISLET
A45. Cunning ~ WILY
A45. Wedding reception staple ~ BAND
A46. Succeed ~ ASCEND
A46. Admission ~ ACCESS
A48. Teases ~ RAGS
A48. Arctic breakaway ~ BERG
A49. Noise of the lambs ~ BAA
A49. Bad thing to be caught in ~ LIE
A52. Twelve-point type ~ PICA
A52. International accord, e.g. ~ PACT
A53. Road no-no ~ TAILGATING
A53. Road no-no ~ TAILGATING
A56. Schedule opening ~ SLOT
A56. Collection of verse ~ EPOS
A57. Bay window ~ ORIEL
A57. Throw into confusion ~ ADDLE
A58. Certain chorister ~ ALTO
A58. Aquatic predator ~ ORCA
A59. It may precede a crash ~ OOPS
A59. Catch, as livestock ~ ROPE
A60. Like yesterday's news ~ PASSE
A60. Divas' tributes ~ ROSES
A61. Striking end of a hammer ~ PEEN
A61. "Beowulf" beverage ~ MEAD
D1. Road runner ~ AUTO
D1. "Star Trek" android ~ DATA
D2. Word with tire or pig ~ IRON
D2. Ebullient ~ AGOG
D3. Buttermilk's rider ~ DALE
D3. Contraband carrier ~ MULE
D4. Wholly ~ ALL
D4. Snakelike fish ~ EEL
D5. Narcissus, e.g. ~ EGOIST
D5. Actress Shields ~ BROOKE
D6. Freetown money unit ~ LEONE
D6. Alex Haley book ~ ROOTS
D7. Particle ~ MOTE
D7. Double-play duo ~ OUTS
D8. Old English letter ~ EDH
D8. A drop-off among smokers? ~ ASH
D9. Tenants, e.g. ~ RESIDERS
D9. Act as a witness ~ DESCRIBE
D10. Silver placement ~ SECOND
D10. Lustrous fabric ~ SATEEN
D11. Flashing light ~ TURNSIGNAL
D11. It creates a flashing light ~ TURNSIGNAL
D12. Asian sea ~ ARAL
D12. Applying to ears ~ OTIC
D13. Man-shaped mug ~ TOBY
D13. Friend of Kanga and Owl ~ POOH
D18. Future husbands ~ BEAUS
D18. Scapegoat's burden ~ BLAME
D23. Charges ~ FEES
D23. MEGA Bloks alternative ~ LEGO
D24. Campus figure, perhaps ~ COED
D24. Overeats (with "out") ~ PIGS
D25. Olympic blades ~ EPEES
D25. Reagan and Clinton each had two ~ TERMS
D26. Prepare for bad news ~ STEEL
D26. Flower cluster, as on a carrot ~ UMBEL
D27. Word with golden or bald ~ EAGLE
D27. The king of "Positive Thinking" ~ PEALE
D28. One who may wave to you ~ TRAFFICCOP
D28. Gridlock helper ~ TRAFFICCOP
D29. Number of Sinbad's voyages ~ SEVEN
D29. Grapevine tidbit ~ RUMOR
D30. Family member ~ NIECE
D30. "... tree falls in the forest and ___ ..." ~ NOONE
D31. Ungainly ~ GAWKY
D31. One who's done for ~ GONER
D33. "M" killer ~ LORRE
D33. George of the CIA ~ TENET
D36. Circus tent ~ ROUNDTOP
D36. Exceptional, as a restaurant ~ FIVESTAR
D37. Friend in a fray ~ ALLY
D37. Extra dry ~ ARID
D39. Arm from overseas ~ STEN
D39. U. of Tennessee athletes ~ VOLS
D40. Type of condiment ~ SALSA
D40. "1-2-3-kick" dance ~ CONGA
D42. Goodies ~ TREATS
D42. African fly ~ TSETSE
D43. Joke reaction, perhaps ~ GIGGLE
D43. Flat-bottomed canal boats ~ BARGES
D45. Dylan Thomas' homeland ~ WALES
D45. Ball girl? ~ BELLE
D46. Lhasa ___ ~ APSO
D46. "Me too" sort ~ APER
D47. Missile holder ~ SILO
D47. Chief of a Mafia branch ~ CAPO
D48. Reformer Jacob ~ RIIS
D48. Makes an offer ~ BIDS
D49. Irascibility ~ BILE
D49. One-time alternative to pounds ~ LIRE
D50. Up the ___ ~ ANTE
D50. Builder at Cuzco ~ INCA
D51. Dramatic conflict ~ AGON
D51. Cry of shock ~ EGAD
D54. Scorpius' celestial neighbor ~ ARA
D54. "Without further ___ ..." ~ ADO
D55. Spigot ~ TAP
D55. Turkey, maybe ~ TOM

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