Comparison for up2011-04-18

  • Title: 09/08/10 NOT OFTEN
  • Author: Fred Piscop, edited by Stanley Newman
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  • Title: HOW OFTEN?
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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A1. Government honcho ~ CZAR
A1. Come ___ (make a pass at) ~ ONTO
A5. Dentist's request ~ OPEN
A5. Open-handed blow ~ SLAP
A9. Impostors ~ SHAMS
A9. Run-down and filthy ~ MANGY
A14. Saver of the day ~ HERO
A14. Assume command ~ LEAD
A15. Puppy pickup spot ~ NAPE
A15. Atoms having electrical charges ~ IONS
A16. Nervous giggle ~ TEHEE
A16. Rounded molding ~ OVOLO
A17. Spain's longest river ~ EBRO
A17. Aviation prefix ~ AERO
A18. Show off one's muscles ~ FLEX
A18. Young kids ~ TOTS
A19. All eyes and ears ~ ALERT
A19. Actress Sophia ~ LOREN
A20. Not often ~ FROMTIMETOTIME
A20. Not often ~ FROMTIMETOTIME
A23. Twain kid ~ SAWYER
A23. Zillions of years ~ EONS
A24. Give the thumbs down to ~ NIX
A24. "The Hunt for ___ October" ~ RED
A25. __ room (place to play) ~ REC
A25. Some sorority women ~ THETAS
A27. [Not my mistake] ~ SIC
A28. Plus, minus or stop ~ SIGN
A28. Triangular sail ~ JIB
A30. Give it ___ (attempt to do) ~ AGO
A31. Stubble remover ~ RAZOR
A33. Took on workers ~ HIRED
A35. Nonpayer's risk, for short ~ REPO
A34. Volcanic flow ~ LAVA
A37. Somewhat, in music ~ POCO
A35. Gush forth ~ SPEW
A38. Not often ~ EVERYNOWANDTHEN
A36. Not often ~ EVERYNOWANDTHEN
A41. In need of a rubdown ~ SORE
A39. Brief moments ~ SECS
A42. Basin partner ~ EWER
A40. Tied ~ EVEN
A43. Good with tools, say ~ HANDY
A41. Good worker's reward ~ RAISE
A44. Tandem's capacity ~ TWO
A42. Suffix of superlatives ~ EST
A45. Time of anticipation ~ EVE
A43. Yet to be paid ~ OWED
A46. Huge expanse ~ SEA
A44. Unflappable ~ POISED
A48. Ante- relative ~ PRE
A45. Zoo beast ~ APE
A49. Moves furtively ~ SKULKS
A46. Pail pile ~ SAND
A54. Not often ~ ONRAREOCCASION
A47. In a sporadic manner ~ INTERMITTENTLY
A59. Parties with poi ~ LUAUS
A54. Part of a burger with "the works" ~ ONION
A60. Baloney peddler ~ LIAR
A55. Unpleasant smell ~ ODOR
A61. Gumbo veggie ~ OKRA
A56. Great Lake touching four states ~ ERIE
A62. Cyber-mag ~ EZINE
A57. "Death, be not proud ..." poet John ~ DONNE
A63. The skinny ~ INFO
A58. Fiddle-playing emperor ~ NERO
A64. Cause of quaking ~ FEAR
A59. Words before "goal" or "course" ~ SETA
A65. Rationed, with "out" ~ DOLED
A60. Mean look ~ SNEER
A66. Distort ~ SKEW
A61. Sign of the future ~ OMEN
A67. One of the Brontë sisters ~ ANNE
A62. Futurist, of sorts ~ SEER
D1. Food Channel hosts ~ CHEFS
D1. Count ___ (Lemony Snicket villain) ~ OLAF
D2. Gridiron ref ~ ZEBRA
D2. "... ___ the twain shall meet" ~ NEER
D3. Tell's missile ~ ARROW
D3. Edible rootstock ~ TARO
D4. Far from cramped ~ ROOMY
D4. Mileage counters ~ ODOMETERS
D5. Burning up ~ ONFIRE
D5. March alternatives ~ SITINS
D6. Seer's reading ~ PALM
D6. Weavers' machines ~ LOOMS
D7. Sporting blade ~ EPEE
D7. Chip in a pot, maybe ~ ANTE
D8. Barbershop call ~ NEXT
D8. Verbal nudge ~ PSST
D9. Sign of bad reception ~ STATIC
D9. Like 34-Across ~ MOLTEN
D10. Spiral shape ~ HELIX
D10. Steer clear of ~ AVOID
D11. "Beg pardon . . ." ~ AHEM
D11. Statistical measure ~ NORM
D12. "A __ formality!" ~ MERE
D12. High spirits ~ GLEE
D13. In position ~ SET
D13. Hither's partner ~ YON
D21. Towel material ~ TERRY
D21. Yes-man ~ TOADY
D22. Pungent bulb ~ ONION
D22. Silent film accompaniment, perhaps ~ ORGAN
D26. "Gladiator" star ~ CROWE
D25. "With friends like ___ ..." ~ THESE
D27. Dukes it out, in practice ~ SPARS
D26. Buzzy places ~ HIVES
D28. Name of 23 popes ~ JOHN
D27. Put up ~ ERECT
D29. Secured, as a victory ~ ICED
D28. ___-off shotgun ~ SAWED
D30. Overly thin ~ BONY
D29. Ill-tempered czar ~ IVAN
D31. Hit the hammock ~ REST
D30. Tree parasite genus ~ APHIS
D32. State categorically ~ AVOW
D31. V-formation fliers ~ GEESE
D33. Nada ~ ZERO
D32. Had belongings ~ OWNED
D34. Bonanza find ~ ORE
D34. Zero, in tennis ~ LOVE
D36. Meadow mother ~ EWE
D35. Solemnity ~ STAIDNESS
D37. After-school meeting org. ~ PTA
D37. Updated ~ NEWER
D39. "When pigs fly!" ~ NEVER
D38. Play monotonously ~ DRONE
D40. Capital of Bangladesh ~ DHAKA
D43. Bartender's gadget ~ OPENER
D45. Wiped clean ~ ERASED
D44. Type of saint ~ PATRON
D47. Third-party account ~ ESCROW
D45. Show penitence ~ ATONE
D48. Danish flavor ~ PRUNE
D46. Shopaholic's haunt ~ STORE
D50. Uncle Sam's land ~ USOFA
D47. Get ___ the ground floor ~ INON
D51. Compare ~ LIKEN
D48. "The Whole ___ Yards" ~ NINE
D52. Mosque text ~ KORAN
D49. Like most early LPs ~ MONO
D53. Drum-kit part ~ SNARE
D50. Word in a footnote ~ IDEM
D54. Greek drink ~ OUZO
D51. "Eater" of Charlie Brown's kite ~ TREE
D55. Perform perfectly ~ NAIL
D52. Ad word that attracts losers? ~ LITE
D56. Yalies ~ ELIS
D53. Wine-label datum ~ YEAR
D57. Sty cry ~ OINK
D54. Takes too many pills ~ ODS
D58. Street eatery ~ CAFE
D59. Had the advantage ~ LED

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