Comparison for usa2005-10-17

  • Title: "WHAT'S MY LINE?" (OCTOBER 11, 1999)
  • Author: By Ron Halverson
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  • Title: HEAR ME OUT
  • Author: By Ron Halverson / Timothy Parker
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A1. Part of a white picket fence ~ SLAT
A1. Part of a white picket fence ~ SLAT
A5. Looks at curves? ~ BATS
A5. Looks at curves? ~ BATS
A9. Salts or Downs ~ EPSOM
A9. Salts or Downs ~ EPSOM
A14. Hot issue? ~ LAVA
A14. Hot issue? ~ LAVA
A15. _____ and away ~ UPUP
A15. ___ and away ~ UPUP
A16. Amphitheater ~ ARENA
A16. Setting for "Androcles and the Lion" ~ ARENA
A17. Musical brothers ~ AMES
A17. Musical Brothers ~ AMES
A18. Grammy winner McEntire ~ REBA
A18. Country's McEntire ~ REBA
A19. Sewing junctions ~ SEAMS
A19. Some stitches in britches ~ SEAMS
A20. "I mix with Jack, Jim and Johnny" ~ BARTENDER
A20. "I mix with Jack, Jim and Johnny" ~ BARTENDER
A22. Colorado park ~ ESTES
A22. Colorado Park ~ ESTES
A23. Prefix with skeleton or sphere ~ EXO
A23. Prefix with skeleton or sphere ~ EXO
A24. Speedy Gonzales quote ~ SISI
A24. Speedy Gonzales quote ~ SISI
A26. You may step on it in a rush ~ GAS
A26. You may step on it in a rush ~ GAS
A29. "Have you _____ your child today?" ~ HUGGED
A29. Greeted warmly ~ HUGGED
A32. Painter of "The Persistence of Memory" ~ DALI
A32. Painter of "The Persistence of Memory" ~ DALI
A36. "I always make the grade" ~ EDUCATOR
A36. "I always make the grade" ~ EDUCATOR
A38. King of fairies ~ OBERON
A38. King of fairies ~ OBERON
A40. Himalayan land ~ NEPAL
A40. Himalayan land ~ NEPAL
A41. Comic Saget ~ BOB
A41. Head movement ~ BOB
A43. Like stadium restrooms at halftime ~ INUSE
A43. Currently employed ~ INUSE
A44. Feathered's partner ~ TARRED
A44. Prepared for feathering ~ TARRED
A46. "I'm sometimes on the ropes" ~ WRESTLER
A46. "Sometimes my back is against the ropes" ~ WRESTLER
A48. Prelude to a duel ~ SLAP
A48. Word with happy or dash ~ SLAP
A49. Sloping ~ ASLANT
A49. Crooked ~ ASLANT
A51. Boston time ~ EST
A51. Boston time, briefly ~ EST
A52. Zumwalt or Lincoln ~ ELMO
A52. Zumwalt or Lincoln ~ ELMO
A54. ___-Magnon ~ CRO
A54. ___-Magnon ~ CRO
A56. One place to call for added insurance ~ AETNA
A56. Classic name in insurance ~ AETNA
A59. "I interrupt your programming" ~ ANCHORMAN
A59. "I may interrupt your programming" ~ ANCHORMAN
A65. You can dance to them ~ BEATS
A65. You can dance to them ~ BEATS
A66. Coke nut ~ KOLA
A66. Nuts for Coke? ~ KOLA
A67. Prefix with ballistics or magnetic ~ AERO
A67. Prefix with ballistics or magnetics ~ AERO
A68. B.B. King plays them ~ BLUES
A68. A King plays them ~ BLUES
A69. "The Dragons of _____" ~ EDEN
A69. Classic TV's harem pants wearer ~ EDEN
A70. Diplomat's possession ~ TACT
A70. Diplomat's forte ~ TACT
A71. Space-age hound ~ ASTRO
A71. Space-age hound ~ ASTRO
A72. Dexterous ~ DEFT
A72. Dexterous ~ DEFT
A73. "Let's try something _____" ~ ELSE
A73. It could follow something ~ ELSE
D1. Marble chunk ~ SLAB
D1. Marble chunk ~ SLAB
D2. Buddhist monk ~ LAMA
D2. Dalai ___ (chief Tibetan monk) ~ LAMA
D3. State positively ~ AVER
D3. State positively ~ AVER
D4. Personal preference ~ TASTE
D4. Personal preference ~ TASTE
D5. Emotional exhaustion ~ BURNOUT
D5. Emotional exhaustion ~ BURNOUT
D6. Emulated ~ APED
D6. Emulated ~ APED
D7. Some say it's for boobs ~ TUBE
D7. Sock type ~ TUBE
D8. Few and far between ~ SPARSE
D8. Thinly distributed ~ SPARSE
D9. Relieves pressure ~ EASES
D9. Relieves pressure ~ EASES
D10. "My family comes first" ~ PRESIDENT
D10. "My family is first" ~ PRESIDENT
D11. Southwest offering? ~ SEAT
D11. Word with love or hot ~ SEAT
D12. Big spender's phrase ~ ONME
D12. Big spender's phrase ~ ONME
D13. Father's ritual? ~ MASS
D13. Father's ritual? ~ MASS
D21. "Waiting to _____" (Houston film) ~ EXHALE
D21. Word in a Terry McMillan title ~ EXHALE
D25. Phrase heard in court or church ~ IDO
D25. Phrase heard in court or church ~ IDO
D26. John's sign? ~ GENTS
D26. John's sign? ~ GENTS
D27. What Monty Hall made ~ ADEAL
D27. What Monty Hall made ~ ADEAL
D28. RX-7 rival ~ SUPRA
D28. Toyota model ~ SUPRA
D30. Large quantity, as makeup ~ GOB
D30. Soft mass ~ GOB
D31. Guttural utterance ~ GROWL
D31. Guttural utterance ~ GROWL
D33. As _____ (for the most part) ~ ARULE
D33. As ___ (generally) ~ ARULE
D34. Meets one's Waterloo ~ LOSES
D34. Meets one's Waterloo ~ LOSES
D35. Lifeless ~ INERT
D35. Lifeless ~ INERT
D37. "I'll finish it" ~ CARPENTER
D37. "I'll finish it for you" ~ CARPENTER
D39. Calais eatery ~ BISTRO
D39. Calais eatery ~ BISTRO
D42. Sophisticated bandeau ~ BRA
D42. Sophisticated bandeau ~ BRA
D45. Glen Canyon structure ~ DAM
D45. Glen Canyon structure ~ DAM
D47. Cast a spell on ~ ENCHANT
D47. Bewitch ~ ENCHANT
D50. Overcharged (slang) ~ SOAKED
D50. Saturated ~ SOAKED
D53. Oater prop ~ LASSO
D53. Oater prop ~ LASSO
D55. Pontificate ~ ORATE
D55. Pontificate ~ ORATE
D56. "Mamma Mia" group ~ ABBA
D56. "Mamma Mia" group ~ ABBA
D57. Congers ~ EELS
D57. Congers ~ EELS
D58. Drawn tight ~ TAUT
D58. Drawn tight ~ TAUT
D60. Point of intersection ~ NODE
D60. Point of intersection ~ NODE
D61. Symbol on a staff ~ CLEF
D61. Symbol on a staff ~ CLEF
D62. A good one is usually square ~ MEAL
D62. A good one is usually square ~ MEAL
D63. Circle parts ~ ARCS
D63. Circle parts ~ ARCS
D64. Semiquaver, for one ~ NOTE
D64. Semiquaver, for one ~ NOTE

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