Comparison for usa2006-01-24

  • Title: "HIDE IN PLAIN SIGHT" (JANUARY 31, 2001)
  • Author: By James E. Buell
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  • Title: THE SHADOW KNOWS
  • Author: By James E. Buell / Timothy Parker
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A1. "On _____ mark, get set..." ~ YOUR
A1. Possessive pronoun ~ YOUR
A5. Sends packing ~ CANS
A5. Some recyclables ~ CANS
A9. Shout heard over the applause ~ BRAVO
A9. Cheer for Pavarotti ~ BRAVO
A14. Vaulted space ~ APSE
A14. Vaulted space ~ APSE
A15. Roll topper ~ OLEO
A15. Substitute spread ~ OLEO
A16. Rundown ~ RECAP
A16. Secondhand tire, perhaps ~ RECAP
A17. Hide in plain sight? ~ KEEPALOWPROFILE
A17. Stay in the shadows ~ KEEPALOWPROFILE
A20. Qualm ~ SCRUPLE
A20. Qualm ~ SCRUPLE
A21. By what means ~ HOW
A21. By what means ~ HOW
A22. Snuggery ~ DEN
A22. Snuggery ~ DEN
A23. Green peg ~ TEE
A23. Green peg ~ TEE
A24. Ticklers of the ivories ~ PIANISTS
A24. Ivory ticklers ~ PIANISTS
A26. With 45 Across, hide in plain sight? ~ STEERCLEAROF
A26. Stay in the shadows (with 45-Across) ~ STEERCLEAROF
A30. Former First Lady's maiden name ~ TODD
A30. Former first lady's maiden name ~ TODD
A31. Royal-flush necessity ~ TEN
A31. Part of a royal flush ~ TEN
A32. Utility company's measurement ~ USAGE
A32. Utility company's measurement ~ USAGE
A36. Word with shell, head or on ~ EGG
A36. Word with shell or on ~ EGG
A37. Org. for young men ~ BSA
A37. Tenderfoot's org. ~ BSA
A38. Demolitionist's charge ~ TNT
A38. Demolitionist's charge ~ TNT
A40. _____, Daman and Diu ~ GOA
A40. ___, Daman and Diu (until 1987) ~ GOA
A41. Check line ~ PAYEE
A41. Check line ~ PAYEE
A43. "Well, lookee here!" ~ OHO
A43. "Well, lookee here!" ~ OHO
A44. Forfeiture ~ LOSS
A44. Forfeiture ~ LOSS
A45. See 26 Across ~ THESPOTLIGHT
A45. See 26-Across ~ THESPOTLIGHT
A49. Chemin de fer ~ BACCARAT
A49. Monte Carlo game ~ BACCARAT
A52. Cohort of Luke and Leia ~ HAN
A52. Cohort of Luke and Leia ~ HAN
A53. Cause for Steinem ~ ERA
A53. Historical period ~ ERA
A54. Ms. Vance, to Lucy ~ VIV
A54. Ms. Vance, to Lucy ~ VIV
A55. Word in some newspaper names ~ GAZETTE
A55. Word in some newspaper names ~ GAZETTE
A59. Hide in plain sight? ~ REMAINANONYMOUS
A59. Stay in the shadows ~ REMAINANONYMOUS
A62. Voyager Polo ~ MARCO
A62. Explorer Polo ~ MARCO
A63. Muck ~ GOOK
A63. Muck ~ GOOK
A64. Goofs up ~ ERRS
A64. Goofs up ~ ERRS
A65. Slicker ~ SLYER
A65. Comparatively cagey ~ SLYER
A66. Means justifiers ~ ENDS
A66. Means justifiers ~ ENDS
A67. Echoing taboo ~ NONO
A67. Inadvisable action ~ NONO
D1. Tibetan oxen ~ YAKS
D1. Tibetan oxen ~ YAKS
D2. Cartel since 1960 ~ OPEC
D2. Cartel since 1960, briefly ~ OPEC
D3. Mouse manipulator ~ USER
D3. Mouse manipulator ~ USER
D4. Regarded as ~ REPUTED
D4. Purported ~ REPUTED
D5. Gathers up ~ COLLECTS
D5. Is successful in a lawsuit ~ COLLECTS
D6. Natural balm ~ ALOE
D6. Natural balm ~ ALOE
D7. Novel ~ NEW
D7. Spanking follower ~ NEW
D8. First name among Italian leading ladies ~ SOPHIA
D8. First name among Italian leading ladies ~ SOPHIA
D9. Certain power failure ~ BROWNOUT
D9. Certain power failure ~ BROWNOUT
D10. Rink whistle-blower ~ REF
D10. Rink whistle-blower, briefly ~ REF
D11. Hydrochloric and boric ~ ACIDS
D11. Hydrochloric and boric ~ ACIDS
D12. Gentleman's gentleman ~ VALET
D12. Gentleman's gentleman ~ VALET
D13. Begins admitting customers ~ OPENS
D13. Begins admitting customers ~ OPENS
D18. Mimicker ~ APER
D18. Mimicker ~ APER
D19. Loud burst of laughter ~ ROAR
D19. Loud burst of laughter ~ ROAR
D24. Autograph hound's necessity ~ PEN
D24. Autograph hound's necessity ~ PEN
D25. Unknown factors ~ IFS
D25. Unknown factors ~ IFS
D26. It's part of the flight ~ STEP
D26. It's part of the flight ~ STEP
D27. Roman raiment ~ TOGA
D27. Roman raiment ~ TOGA
D28. Uptight ~ EDGY
D28. Uptight ~ EDGY
D29. Grassy field ~ LEA
D29. Grassy field ~ LEA
D33. Atwitter ~ AGOG
D33. Atwitter ~ AGOG
D34. Jeepers! ~ GOSH
D34. "Jeepers!" ~ GOSH
D35. _____ Orange, NJ ~ EAST
D35. Steinbeck title direction ~ EAST
D37. Comportment ~ BEHAVIOR
D37. Comportment ~ BEHAVIOR
D38. Howe'er ~ THO
D38. Howe'er ~ THO
D39. Polite decline ~ NOTHANKS
D39. Polite decline ~ NOTHANKS
D42. So on and so forth ~ ETC
D42. And so on, for short ~ ETC
D43. Pick a card, say ~ OPT
D43. Pick a card, say ~ OPT
D44. Centers and guards, e.g. ~ LINEMEN
D44. Centers and guards, e.g. ~ LINEMEN
D46. Filmdom's Brockovich ~ ERIN
D46. Filmdom's Brockovich ~ ERIN
D47. Barbaric ~ SAVAGE
D47. Barbaric ~ SAVAGE
D48. Work-shy ~ LAZY
D48. Work-shy ~ LAZY
D49. Road shoulders ~ BERMS
D49. Road shoulders ~ BERMS
D50. "It's been _____ pleasure" ~ AREAL
D50. "It's been ___ pleasure" ~ AREAL
D51. Toyota model ~ CAMRY
D51. Toyota model ~ CAMRY
D55. Benevolent ~ GOOD
D55. Benevolent ~ GOOD
D56. Bilbao bull ~ TORO
D56. Bilbao bull ~ TORO
D57. Reason for signaling ~ TURN
D57. Reason for signaling ~ TURN
D58. Exxon precursor ~ ESSO
D58. Exxon precursor ~ ESSO
D60. Frehley of Kiss ~ ACE
D60. Snoopy, in his fantasies ~ ACE
D61. Alternative to "smoking" ~ NON
D61. Alternative to "smoking" ~ NON

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