Comparison for up2009-10-17

  • Title: "UK EXPORTS" (AUGUST 07, 2001)
  • Author: By Holden Baker
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  • Title: ACROSS THE POND
  • Author: By Kane Wesley / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: PEOPLE OF THE WORLD
  • Author: By Henry Quarters / Timothy Parker
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A1. Head pair ~ EARS
A1. Chronological brinks ~ EVES
A1. Camera's eye ~ LENS
A5. "Home Alone" kid ~ KEVIN
A5. "Home Alone" kid ~ KEVIN
A5. Anatomical furrow ~ STRIA
A10. Shore catch ~ CRAB
A10. Chesapeake Bay catch, often ~ CRAB
A10. Carries around, as a set of clubs ~ LUGS
A14. Make music ~ PLAY
A14. Feeling for the unfortunate ~ PITY
A14. On an ocean journey ~ ASEA
A15. Don't exist ~ ARENT
A15. Don't exist ~ ARENT
A15. Mutton and veal ~ MEATS
A16. Tramp ~ HOBO
A16. Tramp ~ HOBO
A16. Bar in the kitchen ~ OLEO
A17. Words after "The doctor" ~ ISIN
A17. Three-time US Open champ Lendl ~ IVAN
A17. On ___ (made without commitment) ~ SPEC
A18. High-count fabric ~ IRISHLINEN
A18. High-count fabric ~ IRISHLINEN
A18. Flax-based fabric ~ IRISHLINEN
A20. Like the Empire State Building ~ COLOSSAL
A20. Enormous ~ COLOSSAL
A20. Added water ~ HYDRATED
A22. Agglomerate ~ UNITE
A22. Agglomerate ~ UNITE
A22. Answering machine button ~ ERASE
A23. Versifier ~ POET
A23. Versifier ~ POET
A23. Applies frosting to ~ ICES
A24. Phrase of insight ~ AHSO
A24. Phrase of insight ~ AHSO
A24. Case for a dermatologist ~ ACNE
A26. Melted-cheese dish ~ WELSHRABBIT
A26. Melted-cheese dish ~ WELSHRABBIT
A26. Melted-cheese dish ~ WELSHRABBIT
A30. AARP members ~ SRS
A30. Graduates, briefly ~ SRS
A30. Chesapeake, for one ~ BAY
A33. Prefix meaning "sun" ~ HELIO
A33. Prefix meaning "sun" ~ HELIO
A33. Angle type ~ ACUTE
A34. Shakespeare title starter ~ ALLS
A34. Shakespeare title starter ~ ALLS
A34. Certain sax ~ ALTO
A35. Where to get gas at the track ~ PIT
A35. Orchestra's place, sometimes ~ PIT
A35. "... ___ he rode out of sight ..." ~ ERE
A36. Epochs ~ ERAS
A36. Epochs ~ ERAS
A36. "Finding Nemo" fish ~ DORY
A37. Chevy ~ BESET
A37. Chevy ~ BESET
A37. Call again, in poker ~ RESEE
A39. Hepcat talk ~ JIVE
A39. Hepcat talk ~ JIVE
A39. "Ali ___ and the 40 Thieves" ~ BABA
A40. Fire preceder? ~ AIM
A40. Fire preceder? ~ AIM
A40. "Tough Guys" actor Wallach ~ ELI
A41. Starstruck trio? ~ MAGI
A41. Starstruck trio? ~ MAGI
A41. Starstruck trio? ~ MAGI
A42. More steamed ~ SORER
A42. More steamed ~ SORER
A42. Barcelona title ~ SENOR
A43. Hyson, e.g. ~ TEA
A43. Hyson, e.g. ~ TEA
A43. Alert shade? ~ RED
A44. It's mellow and has a pear-shaped bell ~ ENGLISHHORN
A44. Part of the woodwind family ~ ENGLISHHORN
A44. Part of the woodwind family ~ ENGLISHHORN
A47. Tout's concern ~ ODDS
A47. Tout's concerns ~ ODDS
A47. Tout's concern ~ ODDS
A48. None can alter this element ~ NEON
A48. Element found in none ~ NEON
A48. "Scram!" ~ SHOO
A49. Utter boredom ~ ENNUI
A49. Utter boredom ~ ENNUI
A49. Allegro ___ (very brisk, in music) ~ ASSAI
A52. Riding like Lady Godiva ~ BAREBACK
A52. One way to ride a horse ~ BAREBACK
A52. Tootsie reinforcement ~ TOEPLATE
A56. 3M output ~ SCOTCHTAPE
A56. 3M innovation ~ SCOTCHTAPE
A56. 3M innovation ~ SCOTCHTAPE
A59. Caspian feeder ~ URAL
A59. Caspian feeder ~ URAL
A59. A few bucks ~ DEER
A60. 1855 Tennyson work ~ MAUD
A60. 1855 Tennyson work ~ MAUD
A60. "The Court Jester" star Danny ~ KAYE
A61. Entertainer Cheech ~ MARIN
A61. Entertainer Cheech ~ MARIN
A61. Rarity for a Gold Glove fielder ~ ERROR
A62. Currency in Pisa ~ LIRE
A62. Currency in Pisa ~ LIRE
A62. Airborne fish eaters ~ ERNS
A63. Cubemaker Rubik ~ ERNO
A63. Cube maker Rubik ~ ERNO
A63. Symbol in the center of a Scrabble board ~ STAR
A64. Brief indulgence ~ SPREE
A64. Brief indulgence ~ SPREE
A64. Twosomes ~ DYADS
A65. After the bell ~ LATE
A65. After the bell ~ LATE
A65. Jot down ~ NOTE
D1. Spielberg's "A.I.," e.g. ~ EPIC
D1. Of majestic proportions ~ EPIC
D1. It may be batted ~ LASH
D2. Likewise ~ ALSO
D2. In ___ (occurring naturally) ~ VIVO
D2. Cable network sports award ~ ESPY
D3. Marsh bird ~ RAIL
D3. Substitute for the unnamed ~ ETAL
D3. Scholarship consideration ~ NEED
D4. Summary ~ SYNOPSIS
D4. Summary ~ SYNOPSIS
D4. Cleric's vesting place ~ SACRISTY
D5. Type of roll ~ KAISER
D5. Type of roll ~ KAISER
D5. David, to Goliath ~ SMITER
D6. Literal errors ~ ERRATA
D6. Literary errors ~ ERRATA
D6. Nobel Peace Prize-winning mother ~ TERESA
D7. Sign of secrecy ~ VEIL
D7. Sign of secrecy ~ VEIL
D7. Worry for a speakeasy patron ~ RAID
D8. Ones with the power ~ INS
D8. Ones with the power ~ INS
D8. "___ no skin off my nose" ~ ITS
D9. Ultimate, degreewise ~ NTH
D9. Ultimate, degreewise ~ NTH
D9. Volcanic emission ~ ASH
D10. Material for khakis ~ CHINO
D10. Material for khakis ~ CHINO
D10. Longest river in France ~ LOIRE
D11. Part of "the San Francisco treat" ~ RONI
D11. Part of The San Francisco Treat ~ RONI
D11. Bone featuring the radial notch ~ ULNA
D12. Act as an accessory ~ ABET
D12. Act as an accessory ~ ABET
D12. Bee ___ ("Stayin' Alive" group) ~ GEES
D13. Sacrum or parietal ~ BONE
D13. Sacrum or parietal ~ BONE
D13. Loudness unit ~ SONE
D19. Commits a deadly sin ~ LUSTS
D19. Commits a deadly sin ~ LUSTS
D19. Dirge tempo ~ LENTO
D21. London area ~ SOHO
D21. London area ~ SOHO
D21. Arthritis symptom ~ ACHE
D24. Qualified ~ ABLE
D24. Qualified ~ ABLE
D24. Qualified ~ ABLE
D25. Weapon handle ~ HILT
D25. Weapon handle ~ HILT
D25. Commend ~ CITE
D26. Bearded growth ~ WHEAT
D26. Bearded growth ~ WHEAT
D26. Nonswimmer, perhaps ~ WADER
D27. Mysteriously spooky ~ EERIE
D27. Mysteriously spooky ~ EERIE
D27. Academy, in Arles ~ ECOLE
D28. Andes creature ~ LLAMA
D28. Andes creature ~ LLAMA
D28. Appealingly shocking ~ LURID
D29. Cooking herb ~ BASIL
D29. Cooking herb ~ BASIL
D29. Cooking herb ~ BASIL
D30. Richard's first veep ~ SPIRO
D30. Richard's first veep ~ SPIRO
D30. Game similar to keno ~ BEANO
D31. Tombigbee or Pee Dee ~ RIVER
D31. Missouri, Arkansas or Connecticut, e.g. ~ RIVER
D31. Latticework bower ~ ARBOR
D32. Uncompromising ~ STERN
D32. Uncompromising ~ STERN
D32. Have a hankering ~ YEARN
D37. Chicago or Boston, e.g. ~ BAND
D37. Chicago or Boston, e.g. ~ BAND
D37. McNally's mapmaking partner ~ RAND
D38. They run only when broken ~ EGGS
D38. They run only when broken ~ EGGS
D38. They run only when broken ~ EGGS
D39. Typical English person ~ JOHNBULL
D39. Typical English person ~ JOHNBULL
D39. Indebted ~ BEHOLDEN
D41. Combat doc ~ MEDIC
D41. Combat doc ~ MEDIC
D41. Combat doc ~ MEDIC
D42. Nursery rhyme domicile ~ SHOE
D42. Nursery rhyme domicile ~ SHOE
D42. Class requiring goggles ~ SHOP
D45. Where to find baked blackbirds ~ INAPIE
D45. Where to find baked blackbirds ~ INAPIE
D45. Creature with 14 legs ~ ISOPOD
D46. Unflustered ~ SERENE
D46. Unflustered ~ SERENE
D46. See-through curtains ~ SHEERS
D47. Surpass ~ OUTDO
D47. Surpass ~ OUTDO
D47. "They Died With Their Boots On," e.g. ~ OATER
D49. Salinger dedicatee ~ ESME
D49. Salinger dedicatee ~ ESME
D49. Gets inquisitive ~ ASKS
D50. M. Jordan jammed here ~ NCAR
D50. State south of Va. ~ NCAR
D50. Type of jazz singing ~ SCAT
D51. Subject, usually ~ NOUN
D51. Subject, usually ~ NOUN
D51. Multipurpose protein source (Var.) ~ SOYA
D52. Roseanne's maiden name ~ BARR
D52. Roseanne's maiden name ~ BARR
D52. "American Pie" actress Reid ~ TARA
D53. Operatic highlight ~ ARIA
D53. Callas solo ~ ARIA
D53. Prefix meaning "sleek," in auto talk ~ AERO
D54. Dessert display place ~ CART
D54. Dessert display place ~ CART
D54. "M*A*S*H" prop ~ TENT
D55. Swiss painter, 1879-1940 ~ KLEE
D55. Swiss painter, 1879-1940 ~ KLEE
D55. Gaelic language ~ ERSE
D57. Pinafore lead-in ~ HMS
D57. Pinafore lead-in ~ HMS
D57. "___ give you the shirt off his back!" ~ HED
D58. Spigot ~ TAP
D58. Spigot ~ TAP
D58. Do a judge's work ~ TRY

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