Comparison for up2011-09-01

  • Title: "GIVE IT A RIDE" (OCTOBER 08, 1999)
  • Author: By Fran & Lou Sabin
T
A
K
E
#
G
I
G
S
#
B
A
N
A
L
A
M
E
X
#
A
R
I
A
#
A
D
O
P
T
L
O
R
E
#
R
O
L
L
#
T
O
N
E
D
C
I
N
C
I
N
N
A
T
I
S
R
E
D
S
#
#
#
U
R
E
Y
#
#
P
I
E
#
#
#
N
A
T
T
E
R
#
F
L
A
N
#
A
M
A
A
G
A
I
N
#
T
E
E
N
#
E
V
E
R
S
I
L
V
E
R
S
S
T
A
N
D
A
R
D
A
L
O
E
#
O
A
T
S
#
A
I
S
L
E
L
E
N
#
S
U
R
E
#
M
I
T
T
E
N
#
#
#
A
C
E
#
#
L
A
L
O
#
#
#
T
H
E
G
E
N
E
R
A
L
S
R
U
L
E
R
A
V
E
N
#
D
I
R
T
#
I
R
I
S
E
V
E
N
T
#
E
D
G
E
#
A
G
E
S
K
E
N
T
S
#
N
E
E
D
#
L
E
N
O
  • Title: SADDLE UP!
  • Author: By Wilbur Pomett / Timothy Parker
T
A
K
E
#
G
I
G
S
#
B
A
N
A
L
A
M
E
X
#
A
R
I
A
#
A
D
O
P
T
L
O
R
E
#
R
O
L
L
#
T
O
N
E
D
C
I
N
C
I
N
N
A
T
I
S
R
E
D
S
#
#
#
U
R
E
Y
#
#
P
I
E
#
#
#
N
A
T
T
E
R
#
F
L
A
N
#
A
M
A
A
G
A
I
N
#
T
E
E
N
#
E
V
E
R
S
I
L
V
E
R
S
S
T
A
N
D
A
R
D
A
L
O
E
#
O
A
T
S
#
A
I
S
L
E
L
E
N
#
S
U
R
E
#
M
I
T
T
E
N
#
#
#
A
C
E
#
#
L
A
L
O
#
#
#
T
H
E
G
E
N
E
R
A
L
S
R
U
L
E
R
A
V
E
N
#
D
I
R
T
#
I
R
I
S
E
V
E
N
T
#
E
D
G
E
#
A
G
E
S
K
E
N
T
S
#
N
E
E
D
#
L
E
N
O
A1. Diamond sign ~ TAKE
A1. Box office earnings ~ TAKE
A5. Where one might say, "I'm with the band" ~ GIGS
A5. Musician's engagements ~ GIGS
A9. Everyday ~ BANAL
A9. Not the least bit fresh ~ BANAL
A14. Board member? ~ AMEX
A14. Financial page acronym ~ AMEX
A15. Flagstad solo ~ ARIA
A15. Diva's show-stopper ~ ARIA
A16. Take in ~ ADOPT
A16. Take into one's family ~ ADOPT
A17. Handed down knowledge ~ LORE
A17. Handed-down knowledge ~ LORE
A18. Drummer's crowd pleaser ~ ROLL
A18. Drum specialty ~ ROLL
A19. Word with down or up ~ TONED
A19. In great shape, as muscles ~ TONED
A20. Grant's horse's team? ~ CINCINNATISREDS
A20. Grant's horse's team? ~ CINCINNATISREDS
A23. Deuterium discoverer ~ UREY
A23. Deuterium discoverer Harold ~ UREY
A24. Symbol of easiness ~ PIE
A24. Easy as ___ ~ PIE
A25. Babble ~ NATTER
A25. Babble ~ NATTER
A28. Madrid dessert ~ FLAN
A28. Custard dessert ~ FLAN
A30. Sawbones' gp. ~ AMA
A30. Sawbones' gp. ~ AMA
A33. "Encore!" ~ AGAIN
A33. "Encore!" ~ AGAIN
A34. Pubic heir? ~ TEEN
A34. One past twelve? ~ TEEN
A35. _____ so (plenty) ~ EVER
A35. Penultimate word in a fairy tale ~ EVER
A36. Famous masked man's horse's economic system? ~ SILVERSSTANDARD
A36. Lone ranger's horse's banner? ~ SILVERSSTANDARD
A39. Shaving cream ingredient ~ ALOE
A39. Shaving cream ingredient ~ ALOE
A40. Oft-felt items? ~ OATS
A40. Breakfast grains ~ OATS
A41. Flight attendant's beat ~ AISLE
A41. Flight attendant's beat ~ AISLE
A42. Sportscaster Berman ~ LEN
A42. Cariou or Berman ~ LEN
A43. "For danged _____!" ~ SURE
A43. "For ___!" ("Absolutely!") ~ SURE
A44. Barbecuer's buy ~ MITTEN
A44. Glove's cousin ~ MITTEN
A45. Star of the rotation ~ ACE
A45. Snoopy, in his daydreams ~ ACE
A46. Composer Schifrin ~ LALO
A46. Composer Schifrin ~ LALO
A47. John Tyler's horse's reign? ~ THEGENERALSRULE
A47. John Tyler's horse's reign? ~ THEGENERALSRULE
A55. Lustrous black ~ RAVEN
A55. Joe Flacco, for one ~ RAVEN
A56. News, through the grapevine ~ DIRT
A56. Political campaign ammunition ~ DIRT
A57. Tennessee's flower ~ IRIS
A57. Tennessee's flower ~ IRIS
A58. "Thrilla in Manila," e.g. ~ EVENT
A58. Subject of media coverage ~ EVENT
A59. Blade runner ~ EDGE
A59. Blade runner ~ EDGE
A60. Piles up birthdays ~ AGES
A60. Piles up birthdays ~ AGES
A61. Rockwell and Clark ~ KENTS
A61. Superman's folks ~ KENTS
A62. Emptiness ~ NEED
A62. Welfare state? ~ NEED
A63. Tonight's host ~ LENO
A63. Deliverer of much political humor ~ LENO
D1. Pool shooter's aid ~ TALC
D1. Bathroom sprinkle ~ TALC
D2. French pronoun ~ AMOI
D2. "Mine," in Marseilles ~ AMOI
D3. Distance letters ~ KERN
D3. Distance letters ~ KERN
D4. Classy class ~ EXECUTIVE
D4. Corporate bigwig ~ EXECUTIVE
D5. Acquire by effort ~ GARNER
D5. "Maverick" star ~ GARNER
D6. Bitter stuff ~ IRONY
D6. Device of the wryly humorous ~ IRONY
D7. River to the Colorado ~ GILA
D7. River to the Colorado ~ GILA
D8. Nixon-Brezhnev treaty ~ SALT
D8. Ice melter ~ SALT
D9. Drives home ~ BATSIN
D9. Drives home ~ BATSIN
D10. Go for like mad ~ ADORE
D10. Revere ~ ADORE
D11. Zip ~ NONE
D11. Number of hits in a perfect game ~ NONE
D12. Duplicated, in a way ~ APED
D12. Made a mockery of? ~ APED
D13. Some used cars ~ LTDS
D13. Some used Fords ~ LTDS
D21. Goodnight girl ~ IRENE
D21. Title role for Renee Zellweger ~ IRENE
D22. Bucky Beaver's toothpaste ~ IPANA
D22. Bucky Beaver's toothpaste ~ IPANA
D25. _____ passage ~ NASAL
D25. ___ decongestant ~ NASAL
D26. Catlike ~ AGILE
D26. Quick like a cat ~ AGILE
D27. Branch grabber ~ TALON
D27. Branch grabber ~ TALON
D28. Clown, to Shakespeare ~ FESTE
D28. "Twelfth Night" clown ~ FESTE
D29. "I'm game!" ~ LETS
D29. "I'm game!" ~ LETS
D30. Warning to landlubbers ~ AVAST
D30. Warning to landlubbers ~ AVAST
D31. First name in cosmetics ~ MERLE
D31. First name in cosmetics ~ MERLE
D32. Last name in cosmetics ~ ARDEN
D32. "As You Like It" forest ~ ARDEN
D34. Old ruler ~ TSAR
D34. Old ruler ~ TSAR
D35. Opinionated text ~ EDITORIAL
D35. Opinion column ~ EDITORIAL
D37. Where Joan of Arc perished ~ ROUEN
D37. Where Joan of Arc perished ~ ROUEN
D38. Madge's concern ~ NAILS
D38. Carpenter's need ~ NAILS
D43. Liz Taylor's obsession? ~ SCENTS
D43. Hounds' leads ~ SCENTS
D44. Sweet shoppe treat ~ MALTED
D44. Sweet shoppe treat ~ MALTED
D45. Scully or Bond, e.g. ~ AGENT
D45. Scully or Bond, e.g. ~ AGENT
D46. Kind of appliance ~ LARGE
D46. Generous, as portions ~ LARGE
D47. Rough passage ~ TREK
D47. Long day's journey ~ TREK
D48. Fortunate fellow ~ HAVE
D48. Fortunate fellow ~ HAVE
D49. Without advantage ~ EVEN
D49. Exactly divisible by two ~ EVEN
D50. Former British prime minister ~ EDEN
D50. Ancient garden spot ~ EDEN
D51. Lady of space ~ RIDE
D51. Go biking ~ RIDE
D52. Prompt ~ URGE
D52. Prompt ~ URGE
D53. Bank holding ~ LIEN
D53. Banker's protection ~ LIEN
D54. It was a gas! ~ ESSO
D54. ExxonMobil brand ~ ESSO

Generated on 2019-12-07
a saul.pw project