Comparison for usa2009-04-13

  • Title: "HAIR TODAY, GONE TOMORROW" (JULY 28, 2005)
  • Author: By Gayle Dean
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  • Title: GOOD HAIR DAY
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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A1. Suffix for suffering body parts ~ ACHE
A1. Throbbing pain ~ ACHE
A5. Kurosawa film, usually ~ EPIC
A5. "The Adventures of ___ in Grouchland" (1999) ~ ELMO
A9. Woven fabric ~ WEFT
A9. Race equipment ~ SACK
A13. Hoodwink ~ FOOL
A13. Like Arthur Fonzarelli ~ COOL
A14. Retina receptor ~ CONE
A14. Frosty's eyes ~ COAL
A15. Serve broth ~ LADLE
A15. Activist Chavez ~ CESAR
A16. Short-cropped hairstyle ~ ARTICHOKE
A16. Heart of the grocery? ~ ARTICHOKE
A18. Victims of the Iroquois ~ ERIES
A18. "The emperor ___ clothes" ~ HASNO
A19. Certain "Badge" color ~ RED
A19. One "B" of B&B ~ BED
A20. Lean (on) ~ RELY
A20. Casino town ~ RENO
A21. Wavy hairstyle ~ MARCEL
A21. Passed the threshold ~ CAMEIN
A22. Mr. Roberts ~ ORAL
A22. Like some vaccines ~ ORAL
A24. Where a famous stone was discovered ~ ROSETTA
A24. Where a famous stone was discovered ~ ROSETTA
A25. Shoulder-length hairstyle ~ PAGEBOY
A25. Certain errand runner ~ PAGEBOY
A28. Level ~ EVEN
A28. Neck and neck ~ EVEN
A29. Twist an arm ~ URGE
A29. Primal impulse ~ URGE
A30. Hammer operator, e.g. ~ NAILER
A30. Carpenter, at times ~ NAILER
A32. Ballet step ~ PAS
A32. Ballet step ~ PAS
A35. Amaryllis relatives ~ LEEKS
A35. Onion relatives ~ LEEKS
A37. Event from 1914 to 1918, briefly ~ WWI
A37. Conflict from 1914 to 1918, briefly ~ WWI
A38. It can be hot or cold ~ SPELL
A38. Something to cast ~ SPELL
A40. Little shaver ~ LAD
A40. Young feller ~ LAD
A41. Boundary Waters' vessels ~ CANOES
A41. Birch bark watercraft ~ CANOES
A44. Savvy about ~ ONTO
A44. Savvy about ~ ONTO
A45. Trunk of a tree ~ BOLE
A45. Trunk of a tree ~ BOLE
A46. Type of crewcut haircut ~ FLATTOP
A46. Aircraft carrier ~ FLATTOP
A48. Thought much of ~ ADMIRED
A48. Thought a lot of ~ ADMIRED
A51. Something ___ (extraordinary thing) ~ ELSE
A51. Something ___ (extraordinary thing) ~ ELSE
A52. Picked locks? ~ TOUPEE
A52. Midlife crisis cover-up? ~ TOUPEE
A53. Network signal ~ FEED
A53. Network signal ~ FEED
A55. Greek letter ~ CHI
A55. Greek letter ~ CHI
A58. Bury ~ INTER
A58. Prefix for "net" or "state" ~ INTER
A59. Upswept hairstyle ~ POMPADOUR
A59. Lover of Louis XV ~ POMPADOUR
A61. Borough near Manchester ~ LEEDS
A61. Borough near Manchester ~ LEEDS
A62. Hawking's "A Brief History of ___" ~ TIME
A62. It will pass ~ TIME
A63. Christiania, nowadays ~ OSLO
A63. Christiania, nowadays ~ OSLO
A64. Williams and Turner ~ TEDS
A64. Williams and Turner ~ TEDS
A65. Wing-shaped ~ ALAR
A65. Wing-shaped ~ ALAR
A66. First name in slapstick ~ STAN
A66. First name in slapstick ~ STAN
D1. From a considerable distance ~ AFAR
D1. Something to hail or call ~ ACAB
D2. Prepare apples for baking ~ CORE
D2. Reactor part ~ CORE
D3. Showed off ~ HOTDOGGED
D3. Showed off ~ HOTDOGGED
D4. Samuel's teacher ~ ELI
D4. "The Whiffenpoof Song" singer ~ ELI
D5. Troops arranged in a line ~ ECHELON
D5. Troop formation ~ ECHELON
D6. Combine ~ POOL
D6. Bird with a dagger-shaped bill ~ LOON
D7. Like cuttlefish defenses ~ INKY
D7. Blue-gray shark ~ MAKO
D8. Bee chaser ~ CEE
D8. Rose-thrower's shout ~ OLE
D9. Report of 1964 ~ WARREN
D9. Fleet fellows ~ SEAMEN
D10. Decree ~ EDICT
D10. Beauty, brawn or brains, e.g. ~ ASSET
D11. Admiral's charge ~ FLEET
D11. Restraining order? ~ CANIT
D12. Unit of flux ~ TESLA
D12. Sweden's monetary unit ~ KRONA
D15. Some new car drivers ~ LEASERS
D15. Shot followers ~ CHASERS
D17. Word with apple or grass ~ CRAB
D17. Maryland delicacy ~ CRAB
D21. Pawn to King's bishop 4, e.g. ~ MOVE
D21. Shoreline indentation ~ COVE
D23. Stink to high heaven ~ REEK
D23. Stink to high heaven ~ REEK
D24. Load off the mind ~ RELIEF
D24. Freedom from pain ~ RELIEF
D25. Skeet shooter's shout ~ PULL
D25. Skeet-shooter's shout ~ PULL
D26. Region ~ AREA
D26. Region ~ AREA
D27. Displayed boredom ~ YAWNED
D27. Displayed boredom ~ YAWNED
D31. "Sands of ___ Jima" ~ IWO
D31. "Sands of ___ Jima" ~ IWO
D32. Whitsunday ~ PENTECOST
D32. Whitsunday ~ PENTECOST
D33. Singing voice ~ ALTO
D33. Certain singing voice ~ ALTO
D34. Hog filler ~ SLOP
D34. Hog filler ~ SLOP
D36. They pass the plate? ~ SCORERS
D36. They pass the plate? ~ SCORERS
D39. They're built on card tables ~ POTS
D39. Kitchen equipment ~ POTS
D42. Away from the wind ~ ALEE
D42. Away from the wind ~ ALEE
D43. Word with light or heavy ~ SLEEPER
D43. Unexpected film success ~ SLEEPER
D45. Two-footed ones ~ BIPEDS
D45. Two-footed ones ~ BIPEDS
D47. Burghoff's co-star ~ ALDA
D47. Burghoff's co-star ~ ALDA
D48. Half-cocked ~ ATILT
D48. Not perfectly upright ~ ATILT
D49. Gift recipient ~ DONEE
D49. Gift recipient ~ DONEE
D50. Stifled ~ MUTED
D50. Stifled ~ MUTED
D53. Fencing tool ~ FOIL
D53. Thwart ~ FOIL
D54. Mrs. Peel on "The Avengers" ~ EMMA
D54. Peel on "The Avengers" ~ EMMA
D56. Wahine's dance ~ HULA
D56. Maui dance ~ HULA
D57. Its work is decreasing ~ IRON
D57. Its work is decreasing? ~ IRON
D59. Sch. group sans kids ~ PTA
D59. Sch. group sans kids ~ PTA
D60. Spanish couple? ~ DOS
D60. Spanish couple? ~ DOS

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