Comparison for up2016-01-14

  • Title: SHAPELINESS
  • Author: By Rob Lee
  • Editor: Timothy Parker
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A1. Modeling wood ~ BALSA
A6. Not quite decided ~ IFFY
A10. Cooking meas. ~ TBSP
A14. From the Far East ~ ASIAN
A15. Imaginary narrative ~ TALE
A16. Cold coating ~ HOAR
A17. Begin anew (with "Go") ~ BACKTOSQUAREONE
A20. Maintenance cost ~ UPKEEP
A21. Seeking relief from a pitcher? ~ THIRSTY
A22. Mall occupant ~ STORE
A25. They're not final releases ~ BETAS
A26. One voice singing ~ SOLO
A30. Do some snacking ~ NOSH
A32. Valentine figure ~ AMORETTO
A35. Napoleon relative? ~ ECLAIR
A41. Close social group ~ CIRCLEOFFRIENDS
A43. Barbecue offerings ~ STEAKS
A44. "Fathers and Sons" author ~ TURGENEV
A45. Trade requirement? ~ TOOL
A47. Talk laryngitically ~ RASP
A48. Midshipman's counterpart ~ CADET
A53. Sloppy-landing sound ~ SPLAT
A56. Language in "The Passion of the Christ" ~ ARAMAIC
A58. End a computer session ~ LOGOFF
A63. Mysterious Atlantic Ocean locale ~ BERMUDATRIANGLE
A66. Frank in a diary ~ ANNE
A67. Lead-in for "go bragh" ~ ERIN
A68. Retail markdowns ~ SALES
A69. Third out of three ~ LAST
A70. Traversing the deep ~ ASEA
A71. Sound from the birdcage ~ TWEET
D1. Hindu "sir" ~ BABU
D2. "Quickly!" ~ ASAP
D3. Salt deposit ~ LICK
D4. "For goodness' ___!" ~ SAKE
D5. Poker-pot starters ~ ANTES
D6. "___ a Small World" ~ ITS
D7. Online help page ~ FAQ
D8. Piccolo cousins ~ FLUTES
D9. Opposite of nah ~ YEAH
D10. When repeated, a calming expression ~ THERE
D11. Push from beneath ~ BOOST
D12. Saint Nick ~ SANTA
D13. Hunts (with "on") ~ PREYS
D18. ___ out (withdraw) ~ OPT
D19. Genesis bone ~ RIB
D23. Catch ___ (start to get) ~ ONTO
D24. Yuletide landing site ~ ROOFTOP
D26. Cul-de-___ (dead-end roads) ~ SACS
D27. Skip over ~ OMIT
D28. Traditional teaching ~ LORE
D29. Whale type ~ ORCA
D31. Frau's partner ~ HERR
D33. Source of a bugle call ~ ELK
D34. Student's trial ~ TEST
D36. One of 20 in a pack, for short ~ CIG
D37. Look from a creep ~ LEER
D38. Noted tutor ~ ANNA
D39. 13th of April, e.g. ~ IDES
D40. Party thrower's request ~ RSVP
D42. House of cards? ~ FULL
D46. Academy Awards ~ OSCARS
D48. Group of plotters ~ CABAL
D49. Boxing site ~ ARENA
D50. Mends, as socks ~ DARNS
D51. Pismire ~ EMMET
D52. Letter-shaped cross ~ TAU
D54. "I am the greatest" boxer ~ ALI
D55. Melba or French ~ TOAST
D57. It's better than a mere thought ~ IDEA
D59. Chew, beaver-style ~ GNAW
D60. See 37-Down ~ OGLE
D61. Run away ~ FLEE
D62. "Gab" or "slug" follower ~ FEST
D64. No-win situation? ~ TIE
D65. Molecular biologist's study ~ RNA

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