Comparison for usa2009-08-21

  • Title: "POOL PARTY" (JANUARY 20, 2003)
  • Author: By Mark Milhet
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  • Title: SOCK IT TO 'EM
  • Author: By Casey Rumblach / Timothy Parker
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  • Title: AT THE POOL HALL
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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A1. Hard to climb ~ STEEP
A1. Gather for oneself ~ AMASS
A1. Lover's keepsake, perhaps ~ TRESS
A6. Type of beetle or party ~ STAG
A6. Cuddle and kiss, in Hyde Park ~ SNOG
A6. Something for the poor ~ ALMS
A10. Grass skirt dance ~ HULA
A10. Freight car hopper, stereotypically ~ HOBO
A10. Shipped off ~ SENT
A14. Certain pitch ~ CURVE
A14. Letter before epsilon ~ DELTA
A14. Type of acid ~ BORIC
A15. Game similar to bingo ~ KENO
A15. Recognizable symbol ~ LOGO
A15. $50, in "Monopoly" ~ BAIL
A16. Colossal, moviewise ~ EPIC
A16. It may come before "after" ~ EVER
A16. Promise to a cook? ~ OLEO
A17. Negatively charged particle ~ ANION
A17. The first string ~ ATEAM
A17. Another type of acid ~ AMINO
A18. John follower ~ ACTS
A18. Henley props ~ OARS
A18. 1949 erupter ~ ETNA
A19. One and only ~ SOLE
A19. Exchange position ~ SEAT
A19. Acting ensemble ~ CAST
A20. Score at will ~ RACKUPTHEPOINTS
A20. Score and score and score ~ RACKUPTHEPOINTS
A20. What Kobe Bryant does at the pool hall? ~ RACKUPTHEPOINTS
A23. Allen wrench shape ~ ELL
A23. Certain wiggly electric fish ~ EEL
A23. Mr. in New Delhi ~ SRI
A24. Shipped off ~ SENT
A24. Word with "heaven" ~ SENT
A24. Stereotypical surfer ~ DUDE
A25. Luxury locale? ~ LAP
A25. Bodybuilder's focus, sometimes ~ LAT
A25. Luxury locale? ~ LAP
A28. Soda-can flaps ~ TABS
A28. Rats' milieux, often ~ LABS
A28. A freelancer may work on it ~ SPEC
A31. Escort from the door ~ LEADIN
A31. Escort through the door ~ LEADIN
A31. Early explosive device ~ PETARD
A35. Desserts that give chills ~ ICES
A35. Desserts that give chills ~ ICES
A35. Boardwalk purchases ~ ICES
A37. Greek vowel ~ IOTA
A37. Modicum ~ IOTA
A37. A shade of beige ~ ECRU
A39. Make reparation ~ ATONE
A39. Make reparation ~ ATONE
A39. Big cat hybrid ~ LIGER
A40. Sing, so to speak ~ BREAKTHESILENCE
A40. Finally speak ~ BREAKTHESILENCE
A40. What a noisy person does at the pool hall? ~ BREAKTHESILENCE
A43. Buttinsky ~ YENTA
A43. Buttinsky ~ YENTA
A43. Buttinsky ~ YENTA
A44. It'll fall today, somewhere ~ RAIN
A44. It'll fall ~ RAIN
A44. A sign of things to come ~ OMEN
A45. Word with beat or heat ~ DEAD
A45. Word with "even" or "heat" ~ DEAD
A45. Words with "trap" or "record" ~ SETA
A46. Give one's word ~ ASSURE
A46. Give one's word ~ ASSURE
A46. Free from doubt ~ ASSURE
A48. Fashioned ~ MADE
A48. Fashioned ~ MADE
A48. Corm of the taro plant ~ EDDO
A50. "Manon" duet? ~ ENS
A50. "Manon" duet? ~ ENS
A50. Bald spot's cover? ~ SOD
A51. Go on a tirade ~ RANT
A51. Speak angrily ~ RANT
A51. Wax bananas? ~ RANT
A53. Bed-and-breakfast ~ INN
A53. Room offerer ~ INN
A53. "Manner" attachment ~ ISM
A55. "It'll never work." ~ SCRATCHTHATIDEA
A55. "It'll never work" ~ SCRATCHTHATIDEA
A55. "It'll never work" at the pool hall? ~ SCRATCHTHATIDEA
A63. Touched down ~ ALIT
A63. Touched down ~ ALIT
A63. Robber's haul ~ LOOT
A64. What the fat lady sings? ~ ARIA
A64. What the fat lady sings? ~ ARIA
A64. What the fat lady sings? ~ ARIA
A65. With no warmth ~ ICILY
A65. With no warmth ~ ICILY
A65. Scottish land proprietor ~ LAIRD
A66. Paid attendees ~ GATE
A66. Paid attendees ~ GATE
A66. Recess for the masses? ~ APSE
A67. Big rig ~ SEMI
A67. Big rig ~ SEMI
A67. Hood's honey ~ MOLL
A68. What we have here ~ THESE
A68. What we have here ~ THESE
A68. Improve, as text ~ EMEND
A69. Approached 90 ~ SPED
A69. Flouted the limit, in a way ~ SPED
A69. Melissophobe's fear ~ BEES
A70. Wide-spouted pitcher ~ EWER
A70. Pouring vessel ~ EWER
A70. Booty ~ PELF
A71. Words of approval ~ YESES
A71. Acquiescent answers ~ YESES
A71. Time-honored practices ~ RITES
D1. Capone facial feature ~ SCAR
D1. Jewish month before Nisan ~ ADAR
D1. It'll give you a lift ~ TBAR
D2. Melt ingredient, sometimes ~ TUNA
D2. Intro to physics? ~ META
D2. Type of tomato ~ ROMA
D3. Musical Clapton ~ ERIC
D3. Baldwin of "30 Rock" ~ ALEC
D3. Python's Idle ~ ERIC
D4. Conjure up ~ EVOKE
D4. Gambler's money ~ STAKE
D4. Lavatory lineup ~ SINKS
D5. Next-to-last syllable ~ PENULT
D5. Goldwyn or Jackson ~ SAMUEL
D5. Scrubs ~ SCOURS
D6. Game with 32 cards ~ SKAT
D6. Vending machine feature ~ SLOT
D6. Whistle when the cops come, e.g. ~ ABET
D7. Computer repair pro ~ TECH
D7. He put two and two together ~ NOAH
D7. Latticework strip ~ LATH
D8. Parts of pots ~ ANTES
D8. Fairy-tale creatures, sometimes ~ OGRES
D8. Went for the gold, in a way ~ MINED
D9. Kind of truth ~ GOSPEL
D9. Kind of truth ~ GOSPEL
D9. Excellent, in British lingo ~ SLAPUP
D10. Paused ~ HESITATED
D10. Paused ~ HESITATED
D10. Formal groups with similar interests ~ SOCIETIES
D11. Fairy tale word ~ UPON
D11. Hot spot ~ OVEN
D11. Panache ~ ELAN
D12. Upbeat tune ~ LILT
D12. Rhythmic pulse ~ BEAT
D12. It's often out on a limb ~ NEST
D13. Top-flight individuals? ~ ACES
D13. Table scraps ~ ORTS
D13. Wee bits o' whisky ~ TOTS
D21. Braid ~ PLAIT
D21. Cloth fold ~ PLAIT
D21. Lab measuring tube (Var.) ~ PIPET
D22. Bryant's teammate ~ ONEAL
D22. NBA superstar ~ ONEAL
D22. Newbery Medal winner for "Island of the Blue Dolphins" ~ ODELL
D25. Chad's northern neighbor ~ LIBYA
D25. Chad's northern neighbor ~ LIBYA
D25. Chad's northern neighbor ~ LIBYA
D26. Lots and lots? ~ ACRES
D26. Lots and lots? ~ ACRES
D26. "Green ___" (TV show) ~ ACRES
D27. Hammer parts ~ PEENS
D27. They're coming of age ~ TEENS
D27. Rounded hammer parts ~ PEENS
D29. Nuclear Niels ~ BOHR
D29. Nobelist Niels ~ BOHR
D29. Cavern phenomenon ~ ECHO
D30. Something to let off ~ STEAM
D30. Something to let off ~ STEAM
D30. Sweet, thick liqueur ~ CREME
D32. Beneficiary ~ DONEE
D32. Beneficiary ~ DONEE
D32. Patron saint of girls ~ AGNES
D33. Ancient Peruvian ~ INCAN
D33. Ancient Peruvian ~ INCAN
D33. Book's right-hand page ~ RECTO
D34. Requisites ~ NEEDS
D34. Requisites ~ NEEDS
D34. Feeling of foreboding ~ DREAD
D36. Soaked through and through ~ SATURATED
D36. Soaked through and through ~ SATURATED
D36. Fills completely ~ SATURATES
D38. A large chunk of Earth ~ ASIA
D38. Large part of Earth ~ ASIA
D38. Pressed into service ~ USED
D41. Gold standard ~ KARAT
D41. Gold standard ~ KARAT
D41. Gold standard ~ KARAT
D42. Where rajahs ruled ~ INDIA
D42. Where rajahs ruled ~ INDIA
D42. Bangalore's land ~ INDIA
D47. Put skin on a sausage ~ ENCASE
D47. Put skin on sausage, e.g. ~ ENCASE
D47. Bivouac ~ ENCAMP
D49. Being ~ ENTITY
D49. Being ~ ENTITY
D49. Stable hand (Var.) ~ OSTLER
D52. Pitched ~ THREW
D52. Lost intentionally ~ THREW
D52. Sharp attack of pain ~ THROE
D54. Suitable spot ~ NICHE
D54. Suitable spot ~ NICHE
D54. Where Horatio Caine works ~ MIAMI
D55. Succumbs to gravity ~ SAGS
D55. Succumbs to gravity ~ SAGS
D55. Beef amount ~ SLAB
D56. Clean, as erasers ~ CLAP
D56. Clean erasers ~ CLAP
D56. Deal with problems successfully ~ COPE
D57. Baptism, e.g. ~ RITE
D57. Ceremonial act ~ RITE
D57. U.S. national flower ~ ROSE
D58. All-wound healer? ~ TIME
D58. Wound healer ~ TIME
D58. Where your payment may be placed ~ TILL
D59. "Aquarius" musical ~ HAIR
D59. Samson's pride ~ HAIR
D59. College basketball period ~ HALF
D60. Fizzles out ~ DIES
D60. Passes, in a way ~ DIES
D60. Popular post-holiday project ~ DIET
D61. Last word in a threat ~ ELSE
D61. Last word in a threat ~ ELSE
D61. Seaside raptor ~ ERNE
D62. Pro votes ~ AYES
D62. Pro votes ~ AYES
D62. Does a certain math problem ~ ADDS

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