Comparison for usa2009-07-15

  • Title: "DRIVERS BEWARE" (JANUARY 25, 2005)
  • Author: By Norman S. Wizer
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  • Title: DRIVE TIME
  • Author: By Gary Cooper / Timothy Parker
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A1. Pre-birth period ~ LABOR
A1. Picture-book pachyderm ~ BABAR
A6. Riot queller ~ MACE
A6. Uses a tuffet ~ SITS
A10. Lifeline locale ~ PALM
A10. "___ not back in an hour . . ." ~ IFIM
A14. "___ by any other name ..." ~ AROSE
A14. Destroy over time ~ ERODE
A15. Unholy figure ~ IDOL
A15. Over and over ~ ALOT
A16. They're big in Australia ~ EMUS
A16. San ___ (Costa Rican capital) ~ JOSE
A17. Chefs' protectors ~ MITTS
A17. Said "I'm in," in effect ~ ANTED
A18. Street sign ~ NOPARKING
A18. Street sign ~ NOPARKING
A20. Flat-bottomed rowboats ~ BATEAUX
A20. Red figure ~ NETLOSS
A22. One behind the wheel ~ STEERER
A22. Places for laces ~ EYELETS
A23. Take it easy ~ LOLL
A23. Strike zone? ~ LANE
A24. Take seriously ~ HEED
A24. Seafood sometimes imitated ~ CRAB
A25. Parisian article ~ UNE
A25. Take unfair advantage of ~ USE
A27. Novel ending? ~ ETTE
A27. National, before emigrating? ~ EXPO
A29. Searches for water ~ DOWSES
A29. Past and present ~ TENSES
A34. Goldberg and Field played them ~ NUNS
A34. Baloney ~ BUNK
A36. It's straight from the horse's mouth ~ REIN
A36. Exhibits fallibility ~ ERRS
A38. Brown tone ~ SEPIA
A38. Gap, as in judgment ~ LAPSE
A39. Third man ~ ABEL
A39. Without a roof ~ OPEN
A40. Per ___ ~ ANNUM
A40. Units of loudness ~ SONES
A42. Places for flowers ~ BEDS
A42. Org. with a fur-gone conclusion? ~ PETA
A43. Series of ornamental loops ~ PICOT
A43. Curve-shaped ~ ARCED
A45. Shakespearean option ~ TOBE
A45. Tuxedo junction ~ SEAM
A46. They have a queen but no king ~ BEES
A46. Like a poker bet met ~ SEEN
A47. We wouldn't have givers without them ~ TAKERS
A47. Learn, as a hobby ~ TAKEUP
A49. Stamp-of-approval letters ~ USDA
A49. Superimposed on ~ ATOP
A51. Thirsty ~ DRY
A51. ___ Moines, Iowa ~ DES
A52. Medical suffix ~ ITIS
A52. Word with "martial" or "industrial" ~ ARTS
A54. Contained herein (Abbr.) ~ INCL
A54. Trouble's partner ~ TOIL
A56. Window deicer ~ SCRAPER
A56. Promotional assortment ~ SAMPLER
A60. Henry Hudson's skill ~ SAILING
A60. Golf reservation ~ TEETIME
A63. Pedestrian safeway ~ CROSSWALK
A63. Pedestrian safeway ~ CROSSWALK
A65. Graph heading ~ MIMEO
A65. Clark Kent-like ~ TIMID
A66. Mare's meal ~ OATS
A66. Intentions ~ AIMS
A67. Prefix for lateral or librium ~ EQUI
A67. Moreover ~ ALSO
A68. Licorice-flavored seed ~ ANISE
A68. Whitman's "___ the Body Electric" ~ ISING
A69. Govt. investigators ~ TMEN
A69. Strong, woody fiber ~ BAST
A70. Quarters ~ DIGS
A70. Units of 100 ergs/gram ~ RADS
A71. Latvians ~ LETTS
A71. Spiteful, as a remark ~ CATTY
D1. "The ___ of God" ~ LAMB
D1. Coffee source ~ BEAN
D2. Song from "Turandot" ~ ARIA
D2. "Rule, Britannia!" composer Thomas ~ ARNE
D3. Traffic jam ~ BOTTLENECK
D3. Traffic jam ~ BOTTLENECK
D4. Path start ~ OSTEO
D4. Quested in "A Passage to India" ~ ADELA
D5. Secondhand transaction ~ RESALE
D5. Not in its original form ~ REDONE
D6. Flirtatious woman ~ MINX
D6. Lacking, along the Loire ~ SANS
D7. "Without further ___ . . ." ~ ADO
D7. U.N. agcy. ~ ILO
D8. Thicket ~ COPSE
D8. W.C. Fields role ~ TOPER
D9. Pleased as punch ~ ELATED
D9. Get lodgings in ~ STAYAT
D10. Small Chinese dog ~ PEKE
D10. Alphabet section ~ IJKL
D11. Mideast prince (Var.) ~ AMIR
D11. ___ gras ~ FOIE
D12. Debussy's "Clair de ___" ~ LUNE
D12. No longer exists ~ ISNT
D13. Fr. title of respect ~ MSGR
D13. Parts of gigs ~ MEGS
D19. Makeovers ~ REDOS
D19. Fight against oppression ~ REBEL
D21. To extremes ~ ULTRA
D21. Proverbial battlers ~ SEXES
D24. Odious ~ HEINOUS
D24. Iris covers ~ CORNEAS
D25. Not appropriate ~ UNAPT
D25. One trying to avoid charges? ~ UBOAT
D26. Region from the Nile to the Red Sea ~ NUBIA
D26. Old Toyota model ~ SUPRA
D28. Pavilion ~ TENT
D28. Tiger and Ernie, for short ~ PROS
D30. Friday on TV ~ WEBB
D30. Emulates a cat ~ NAPS
D31. Highway sign ~ SPEEDLIMIT
D31. What drivers should be aware of ~ SPEEDLIMIT
D32. Where to get down? ~ EIDER
D32. ___ Lauder (cosmetics brand) ~ ESTEE
D33. Flip, in a way ~ SASSY
D33. Astin and Lennon ~ SEANS
D35. Fruit of the blackthorn ~ SLOE
D35. Location of a cricket's ear ~ KNEE
D37. Small lumps ~ NUBS
D37. Place to park it ~ SEAT
D41. Image-maker's tool ~ MEDIA
D41. Hit, to King James ~ SMOTE
D44. Takes a spill ~ TRIPS
D44. Some exhaust systems ~ DUALS
D48. Drunk as a skunk ~ STEWED
D48. Antebellum ~ PREWAR
D50. Twenty Questions category ~ ANIMAL
D50. Burnsian, e.g. ~ POETIC
D53. Basra native ~ IRAQI
D53. Refrain from singing? ~ TRALA
D55. "Crazy" singer ~ CLINE
D55. "___ far, far better thing . . ." ~ ITISA
D56. William Wallace, for one ~ SCOT
D56. Scratch memento ~ SCAB
D57. Stuff ~ CRAM
D57. Opera song ~ ARIA
D58. Learning by memorization ~ ROTE
D58. Suburban political force ~ MOMS
D59. Part of the NAACP ~ ASSN
D59. Sotto voce call ~ PSST
D60. Tomba's transportation ~ SKIS
D60. Ring stoppages, for short ~ TKOS
D61. Home in the woods ~ NEST
D61. Where change is made ~ MINT
D62. "Here ___ nothing!" ~ GOES
D62. On tenterhooks ~ EDGY
D64. Big brute ~ LUG
D64. It's illegal to drop it ~ LSD

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