Comparison for usa2005-11-03

  • Title: Monday, August 30, 2004
  • Author: Diane C. Baldwin / Rich Norris
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  • Title: LEAVE IT!
  • Author: By Diane C. Baldwin / Timothy Parker
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A1. Interim worker ~ TEMP
A1. Interim worker ~ TEMP
A5. Temperament ~ MOOD
A5. General feeling ~ MOOD
A9. Jack in a nursery rhyme ~ SPRAT
A9. Jack in a nursery rhyme ~ SPRAT
A14. Fairy tale baddie ~ OGRE
A14. Fairy-tale baddie ~ OGRE
A15. Montreal player ~ EXPO
A15. Large fair ~ EXPO
A16. Repeat word for word ~ QUOTE
A16. Reporter's staple ~ QUOTE
A17. Leave __: search thoroughly ~ NOSTONEUNTURNED
A17. For a seeker, leave this ~ NOSTONEUNTURNED
A20. Sun emanations ~ RAYS
A20. They're often caught lying down ~ RAYS
A21. "I Saw __ Standing There": Beatles ~ HER
A21. Possessive modifier ~ HER
A22. Knackwurst, for one ~ SAUSAGE
A22. Knockwurst, for one ~ SAUSAGE
A26. Speaks disparagingly of ~ TRASHES
A26. Speaks disparagingly of ~ TRASHES
A30. Hereditary ~ INNATE
A30. From birth ~ INNATE
A31. Immerse in liquid ~ SOAK
A31. Charge far too much ~ SOAK
A32. __-de-France ~ ILE
A32. ___-de-France ~ ILE
A33. Fashion ~ STYLE
A33. Fashion ~ STYLE
A34. Knight titles ~ SIRS
A34. Some British parliamentarians ~ SIRS
A35. Act as lookout, say ~ ABET
A35. Cover for a crook ~ ABET
A36. Leave __: pin responsibility on ~ HOLDINGTHEBAG
A36. For a dupe, leave someone this ~ HOLDINGTHEBAG
A39. Emcee's amplifier ~ MIKE
A39. Hammer on a case? ~ MIKE
A40. Male children ~ SONS
A40. Some progeny ~ SONS
A41. St. __: Caribbean island state ~ LUCIA
A41. Saint ___ (island in the Windwards) ~ LUCIA
A43. Beer relative ~ ALE
A43. Word in a Maugham title ~ ALE
A44. Trims the lawn ~ MOWS
A44. Cuts inches off yards? ~ MOWS
A45. Shrivel ~ WITHER
A45. Shrivel up ~ WITHER
A46. One with dated ideas ~ OLDFOGY
A46. Geezer ~ OLDFOGY
A48. Jazz group musician ~ BASSIST
A48. Wyman of the Stones, e.g. ~ BASSIST
A49. Altar vow ~ IDO
A49. Last words of a single person? ~ IDO
A50. Hurry ~ RUSH
A50. Dittohead's idol ~ RUSH
A51. Leave __: try not to change anything ~ WELLENOUGHALONE
A51. For a hermit, leave this ~ WELLENOUGHALONE
A59. Disney mermaid ~ ARIEL
A59. Shakespeare's prankster ~ ARIEL
A60. Sit in traffic ~ IDLE
A60. Keep the engine running ~ IDLE
A61. GI sought by MPs ~ AWOL
A61. One who may be caught off base ~ AWOL
A62. Woman's apparel ~ DRESS
A62. Slip cover? ~ DRESS
A63. Suggestive look ~ LEER
A63. Suggestive grin ~ LEER
A64. Exec's club membership, e.g. ~ PERK
A64. Job benefit ~ PERK
D1. Freight weight ~ TON
D1. Freight weight, perhaps ~ TON
D2. A braggart has a big one ~ EGO
D2. Psychology topic ~ EGO
D3. Bride's title, maybe ~ MRS
D3. Miniver, for one ~ MRS
D4. Housecat, for one ~ PET
D4. Teacher's favorite ~ PET
D5. __ à trois ~ MENAGE
D5. Household ~ MENAGE
D6. Daisy variety ~ OXEYE
D6. Daisy variety ~ OXEYE
D7. Musical composition ~ OPUS
D7. Musical composition ~ OPUS
D8. Rickles or Knotts ~ DON
D8. Syndicate head ~ DON
D9. Mouse sound ~ SQUEAK
D9. Office chair problem, perhaps ~ SQUEAK
D10. Cat murmurs ~ PURRS
D10. Contented cat sounds ~ PURRS
D11. Reagan's son ~ RON
D11. Nancy Reagan's son ~ RON
D12. Polished off ~ ATE
D12. Put away the dishes? ~ ATE
D13. Kennedy in Congress ~ TED
D13. Kennedy in Congress ~ TED
D18. Mounted the soapbox ~ ORATED
D18. Mounted the soapbox ~ ORATED
D19. Give a pounding ~ THRASH
D19. Give a pounding ~ THRASH
D22. Bro's sibling ~ SIS
D22. Sibling nickname ~ SIS
D23. Tiny insects' mound ~ ANTHILL
D23. Formicary ~ ANTHILL
D24. Disconnected, as oxen ~ UNYOKED
D24. Freed, as oxen ~ UNYOKED
D25. Room, in France ~ SALLE
D25. Room in France ~ SALLE
D26. Civil wrongs ~ TORTS
D26. Civil wrongs ~ TORTS
D27. Grill on a patio ~ HIBACHI
D27. Portable brazier ~ HIBACHI
D28. Mournful poems ~ ELEGIES
D28. Mournful poems ~ ELEGIES
D29. Game, __, match ~ SET
D29. Part of a tennis match ~ SET
D31. Communicates with the deaf ~ SIGNS
D31. Communicates by hand ~ SIGNS
D34. Like blizzard conditions ~ SNOWY
D34. Wintery forecast, perhaps ~ SNOWY
D35. Lies adjacent to ~ ABUTS
D35. Lies adjacent to ~ ABUTS
D37. Equiangular geometric figure ~ ISOGON
D37. Equiangular shape ~ ISOGON
D38. Inventor Otis ~ ELISHA
D38. Elijah's successor ~ ELISHA
D39. Chinese chairman ~ MAO
D39. '60s Chinese chairman ~ MAO
D42. Gallery display ~ ART
D42. Word with pop or op ~ ART
D44. Posers for painters ~ MODELS
D44. Painters' posers ~ MODELS
D45. Piece of laundromat equipment ~ WASHER
D45. Laundromat fixture ~ WASHER
D47. Business records ~ FILES
D47. Folder fodder ~ FILES
D48. Taps instrument ~ BUGLE
D48. Military brass? ~ BUGLE
D50. Ill-mannered ~ RUDE
D50. Ill-mannered ~ RUDE
D51. Money roll ~ WAD
D51. Money roll ~ WAD
D52. Be mistaken ~ ERR
D52. Be mistaken ~ ERR
D53. Tell it like it isn't ~ LIE
D53. Tell it like it isn't ~ LIE
D54. Cruet contents, often ~ OIL
D54. Cruet contents, often ~ OIL
D55. Two lengths of the pool ~ LAP
D55. Two pool lengths ~ LAP
D56. Be obliged ~ OWE
D56. Be obliged ~ OWE
D57. And not ~ NOR
D57. Neither partner ~ NOR
D58. Fraternal order member ~ ELK
D58. Certain fraternal order member ~ ELK

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