Comparison for up2011-08-03

  • Title: "OOPS" (JUNE 26, 1999)
  • Author: By Jim Page
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  • Title: MISTAKES HAPPEN
  • Author: By Lucky Barrett / Timothy Parker
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A1. Drop Alka-Seltzer-in-water ~ PLOP
A1. Butt-hitting-beanbag chair sound ~ PLOP
A5. Rather suggestive ~ RACY
A5. Rather suggestive ~ RACY
A9. Like cheese ~ AGED
A9. Cries of aversion ~ UGHS
A13. Brave legend ~ AARON
A13. Singer Neville ~ AARON
A15. Feverish fit ~ AGUE
A15. Feverish fit ~ AGUE
A16. Moore of movies ~ DEMI
A16. "I ___ bad moon rising ..." ~ SEEA
A17. Certain outtakes ~ TVBLOOPERS
A17. Sitcom outtakes ~ TVBLOOPERS
A19. Auditory ~ OTIC
A19. The Miners of the NCAA ~ UTEP
A20. Owns things ~ HAS
A20. Isn't out of ~ HAS
A21. Disliked ~ HATED
A21. Disliked passionately ~ HATED
A22. Spout off ~ PRATE
A22. Thin nails ~ BRADS
A23. _____ la-la ~ OOH
A23. ___ and aah ~ OOH
A24. Pour down ~ TEEM
A24. Judge ~ DEEM
A25. Certain crash ~ COMPUTERERROR
A25. Cause of many crashes ~ COMPUTERERROR
A31. "C'est _____!" ~ LAVIE
A31. Fleetwood Mac's Christine or John ~ MCVIE
A32. Place for regulars ~ HAUNT
A32. Chipmunk in a red cap ~ ALVIN
A33. By way of ~ VIA
A33. By way of ~ VIA
A35. "_____ a Song Go Out of My Heart" ~ ILET
A35. "Would ___ you down?" ~ ILET
A36. Math term ~ RATIO
A36. "Ars gratia ___" (MGM motto) ~ ARTIS
A37. Proceed ~ WEND
A37. Stretch, as the rules ~ BEND
A38. "Aye, aye _____!" ~ SIR
A38. Cash addition? ~ IER
A39. Cereal taste ~ OATEN
A39. Former "Come on down!" announcer Johnny ~ OLSON
A40. It's unmetered ~ PROSE
A40. It's unmetered ~ PROSE
A41. Stage muff? ~ FLUBBINGALINE
A41. Messing up onstage ~ FLUBBINGALINE
A44. Midwest Indian ~ OTOE
A44. ___ Spunkmeyer of cookies ~ OTIS
A45. Pin place ~ MAT
A45. Yoga class necessity ~ MAT
A46. Playact ~ EMOTE
A46. Act melodramatically ~ EMOTE
A48. Cooking style ~ HUNAN
A48. Director De Palma ~ BRIAN
A51. Heavenly neighbor of Scorpius ~ ARA
A51. In the style of, on a menu ~ ALA
A54. "I _____ Ike" ~ LIKE
A54. Admire ~ LIKE
A55. Printer jam, for example ~ BOTCHEDJOB
A55. Plastic surgery patient's dread ~ BOTCHEDJOB
A57. Sly smile ~ LEER
A57. Ogle ~ LEER
A58. Atlas datum ~ AREA
A58. Away from the storm ~ ALEE
A59. Kid a kid ~ TEASE
A59. Adornment for Miss America ~ TIARA
A60. Stops a bout ~ ENDS
A60. Terminals or terminates ~ ENDS
A61. Tabula _____ (clean slate) ~ RASA
A61. Fathers celebrate it ~ MASS
A62. "Jacques _____ Is Alive ..." ~ BREL
A62. Too-proper type ~ PRIG
D1. It may be beaten or blocked ~ PATH
D1. Woods access ~ PATH
D2. It goes with the flow ~ LAVA
D2. ___ lamp ('60s novelty) ~ LAVA
D3. Globes ~ ORBS
D3. Globes, e.g. ~ ORBS
D4. Campaign vet ~ POL
D4. Campaign vet ~ POL
D5. Gripped ~ RAPT
D5. Very attentive ~ RAPT
D6. "Permit Me Voyage" author ~ AGEE
D6. "Permit Me Voyage" author James ~ AGEE
D7. Dairy product ~ CURD
D7. Bit for Miss Muffet ~ CURD
D8. "Certainly!" ~ YES
D8. "Certainly!" ~ YES
D9. Fan-club member? ~ ADORER
D9. One generating a lot of interest? ~ USURER
D10. Pick up the pace ~ GETAMOVEON
D10. "Pick up the pace!" ~ GETAMOVEON
D11. Give off ~ EMIT
D11. Be mindful of ~ HEED
D12. Casino bones ~ DICE
D12. Suckers ~ SAPS
D14. Pessimists offer it ~ NOHOPE
D14. What pessimists offer ~ NOHOPE
D18. Diamond Head locale ~ OAHU
D18. Diamond Head locale ~ OAHU
D22. Natty ~ PERT
D22. Swiss capital ~ BERN
D23. Fail to include ~ OMIT
D23. Fail to include ~ OMIT
D24. "A _____'clock scholar..." ~ TENO
D24. Prayers before Communion, Agnus ___ ~ DEIS
D25. Death Valley loc. ~ CALIF
D25. Symbol for a violist ~ CCLEF
D26. Slighted ~ OVERLOOKED
D26. Slighted ~ OVERLOOKED
D27. "_____ May Live" (1937 Lon Chaney Jr. flick) ~ THATI
D27. Ankle bones ~ TARSI
D28. Put away ~ EATEN
D28. "Bennie and the Jets" singer John ~ ELTON
D29. Feeling regret ~ RUING
D29. Traveling in a Winnebago, e.g. ~ RVING
D30. Salon product ~ RINSE
D30. Car wash cycle ~ RINSE
D31. Fleur-de-___ ~ LIS
D31. 1,002 in old Rome ~ MII
D34. Citric cooler ~ ADE
D34. Suffix with "lemon" ~ ADE
D36. "Hurlyburly" playwright ~ RABE
D36. Church vestments ~ ALBS
D37. Judicial order ~ WRIT
D37. Blighter from Blighty ~ BRIT
D39. Orchestra instrument ~ OBOE
D39. Village Voice theater award ~ OBIE
D40. _____ Hollywood ~ PLANET
D40. Earth, for one ~ PLANET
D42. Divulges ~ UTTERS
D42. Says something ~ UTTERS
D43. Eastern nanny ~ AMAH
D43. Eastern nanny ~ AMAH
D46. Allure rival ~ ELLE
D46. Women's magazine ~ ELLE
D47. Demeanor ~ MIEN
D47. Demeanor ~ MIEN
D48. Ethnic round dance ~ HORA
D48. Gaucho's cow-catcher ~ BOLA
D49. Certain athletes in Utah ~ UTES
D49. 66 and 1, e.g. ~ RTES
D50. Amateur sports org. ~ NCAA
D50. Boardwalk refreshments ~ ICES
D51. Partly open ~ AJAR
D51. Partly open ~ AJAR
D52. Baseball's Charlie Hustle ~ ROSE
D52. Singer who's an actress ~ LORI
D53. Eve's second-born ~ ABEL
D53. "All that and ___ of chips" ~ ABAG
D55. Place for a draft ~ BAR
D55. "Jackass" stuntman Margera ~ BAM
D56. Society girl ~ DEB
D56. Ballroom move ~ DIP

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