Comparison for up2009-10-26

  • Title: "ANIMAL ACT" (MAY 27, 2005)
  • Author: By Annemarie Brethauer
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  • Title: ANIMAL INSTINCTS
  • Author: By Candice Lafferty / Timothy Parker
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A1. Walk falteringly ~ LIMP
A1. Not as much ~ LESS
A5. Snowy and gray? ~ OWLS
A5. Legendary actor Gregory ~ PECK
A9. Won every game ~ SWEPT
A9. Supercilious people ~ SNOBS
A14. Permeating quality ~ ODOR
A14. Auto-shop shaft ~ AXLE
A15. It may be thrown into a pot ~ CHIT
A15. Drool-inducing Dr. Pavlov ~ IVAN
A16. Tool of teachers in the '60s ~ MIMEO
A16. Big bone ~ TIBIA
A17. It's been extinct since the late 17th century ~ DODO
A17. "The Man in the Gray Flannel ___" ~ SUIT
A18. Turkish bath decoration ~ TILE
A18. "I couldn't ___ less!" ~ CARE
A19. Angle less than 90 degrees ~ ACUTE
A19. Baker's finishing touch ~ ICING
A20. Movie set in Ceylon ~ ELEPHANTWALK
A20. 1954 Elizabeth Taylor film ~ ELEPHANTWALK
A23. Posh square in London ~ SLOANE
A23. Judge and jury ~ TRIERS
A24. Small patches of color ~ FLECKS
A24. Further down ~ DEEPER
A28. Article in "Le Monde" ~ UNE
A28. Ike's turf, once ~ ETO
A29. David Bowie colleague Brian ~ ENO
A29. ___ tai ~ MAI
A31. Etch or sketch ~ DRAW
A31. Magma on the move ~ LAVA
A32. Word with tag or string ~ ALONG
A32. The final frontier ~ SPACE
A35. Impolite sound at dinner ~ SLURP
A35. Starchy tuber ~ SALEP
A37. Agcy. twice headed by Ruckelshaus ~ EPA
A37. Briefcase item ~ PEN
A38. Film in which Pacino chanted "Attica" ~ DOGDAYAFTERNOON
A38. Confined critter in an old gasoline ad ~ TIGERINYOURTANK
A41. Inclusive conjunction ~ AND
A41. Biochemist's letters ~ RNA
A42. First name in daytime TV ~ REGIS
A42. Let ___ (leave a person alone) ~ ONEBE
A43. Barnyard exchange ~ OINKS
A43. Banishes ~ OUSTS
A44. Will of "The Waltons" ~ GEER
A44. "___ free country" ~ ITSA
A46. Indian flat bread ~ NAN
A46. "___ fi fo fum" ~ FEE
A47. Director Lee ~ ANG
A47. Channel that used to run country videos ~ TNN
A48. Papa Hemingway ~ ERNEST
A48. Aspen or cottonwood ~ POPLAR
A50. One in training ~ INTERN
A50. Kmart jeans brand ~ GITANO
A53. Joan Crawford melodrama ~ FLAMINGOROAD
A53. Joan Crawford melodrama ~ FLAMINGOROAD
A57. "Spurn not the ___ born" ~ NOBLY
A57. Knotty tree protuberance ~ GNARL
A60. Unfounded, as gossip ~ IDLE
A60. Jewish calendar month ~ ADAR
A61. Tiny amount ~ IOTA
A61. The Iron Chancellor's first name ~ OTTO
A62. "The Little Mermaid" ~ ARIEL
A62. Bar brawl ~ MELEE
A63. Secure against leakage ~ SEAL
A63. Abominable snowman ~ YETI
A64. Corner for ardent followers ~ AMEN
A64. Bank's property claim ~ LIEN
A65. Authorized agent ~ PROXY
A65. All-too-agreeable fellow ~ TOADY
A66. Tools sometimes used for making music ~ SAWS
A66. Give lip ~ SASS
A67. The Big Board, briefly ~ NYSE
A67. Ash Wednesday's season ~ LENT
D1. Mother of mine? ~ LODE
D1. Emit coherent radiation ~ LASE
D2. Studdard and Clarkson, for two ~ IDOLS
D2. Jump for joy ~ EXULT
D3. Paragon ~ MODEL
D3. Comparatively cunning ~ SLIER
D4. Run up the flagpole and see who salutes ~ PROPOUND
D4. Part of the scenery ~ SETPIECE
D5. Number reflecting rate of burn ~ OCTANE
D5. Rogue ~ PICARO
D6. Emulate TV's Raymond ~ WHINE
D6. "Dynasty" actress Linda ~ EVANS
D7. Cheerful cadence ~ LILT
D7. Country club vehicle ~ CART
D8. Crock-Pot concoction ~ STEW
D8. Was versed in ~ KNEW
D9. Word with wonder or claim ~ SMALL
D9. Turner in a subway ~ STILE
D10. Like the Witch of the West ~ WICKED
D10. Buffalo ___ (discontinued coin) ~ NICKEL
D11. Second largest bird ~ EMU
D11. Tokyo sash ~ OBI
D12. Most preferred ~ PET
D12. Bulk foods container ~ BIN
D13. Piggy who went to market ~ TOE
D13. Yield to gravity ~ SAG
D21. Airport building ~ HANGAR
D21. Sexual classification ~ HETERO
D22. Previously, of yore ~ AFORE
D22. "Goodbye, cheri" ~ ADIEU
D25. Sophocles' stubborn king ~ CREON
D25. They made the Mamas a quartet ~ PAPAS
D26. Silk-cotton tree ~ KAPOK
D26. Word with "main" or "blessed" ~ EVENT
D27. Trumpeters or mutes ~ SWANS
D27. Captain, general, etc. ~ RANKS
D29. Like Santa's helpers ~ ELFIN
D29. "I won't rule it out" ~ MAYBE
D30. Trail mix ingredients ~ NUTS
D30. Ubiquitous medicinal plant ~ ALOE
D32. Silence is golden, e.g. ~ ADAGE
D32. Steakhouse order ~ STRIP
D33. Asocial type ~ LONER
D33. Bean variety ~ PINTO
D34. Humorist Nash ~ OGDEN
D34. Visibly shocked ~ AGASP
D35. John Galsworthy wrote one ~ SAGA
D35. Snicker follower? ~ SNEE
D36. "On the double!" ~ PRONTO
D36. "On the double!" ~ PRONTO
D39. Meddlesome sort ~ YENTA
D39. Prefix with "red" or "structure" ~ INFRA
D40. Hakeem Olajuwon, for one ~ NIGERIAN
D40. Sushi bar order ~ TUNAROLL
D45. Knee jerk, for one ~ REFLEX
D45. "Batman" butler ~ ALFRED
D47. Michael and Gabriel, for two ~ ANGELS
D47. Baghdad's river ~ TIGRIS
D49. With guile ~ SLYLY
D49. Cat's home, maybe ~ ALLEY
D50. Eunice Kennedy, to Arnold ~ INLAW
D50. Black cloud formers, sometimes ~ GNATS
D51. Capacious ~ ROOMY
D51. Brief instruction for casual dress, perhaps ~ NOTIE
D52. Hoopsters Thurmond and Archibald ~ NATES
D52. Like Cheerios ~ OATEN
D54. Unmarried woman ~ MISS
D54. "Say Hey Kid" of baseball ~ MAYS
D55. Think tank nugget ~ IDEA
D55. Writer's block breakthrough ~ IDEA
D56. German's neighbor ~ DANE
D56. "___ Worry, Be Happy" ~ DONT
D57. Get a little shuteye ~ NAP
D57. Clock standard, briefly ~ GMT
D58. NHL legend Bobby ~ ORR
D58. "The Matrix" lead role ~ NEO
D59. Brief outline of life and work ~ BIO
D59. Words before "carte" but not "horse" ~ ALA

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