Comparison for usa2009-08-27

  • Title: "WHOSE WHAT?" (FEBRUARY 09, 2000)
  • Author: By Gayle Dean
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  • Title: WHO DOES THIS BELONG TO?
  • Author: By Jules Joplin / Timothy Parker
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A1. Grill leftovers ~ COALS
A1. Social sector ~ CASTE
A6. Republic or lake in Africa ~ CHAD
A6. Minus ~ LESS
A10. The longest sentence? ~ LIFE
A10. Second person in the Bible? ~ THEE
A14. Molded jelly ~ ASPIC
A14. "___ a Grecian Urn" (Keats) ~ ODEON
A15. Gossamer ~ AIRY
A15. One Pac-Man ghost ~ INKY
A16. View from Stratford ~ AVON
A16. Audition for a part ~ READ
A17. New England tourist attraction ~ MARTHASVINEYARD
A17. New England resort ~ MARTHASVINEYARD
A20. Supplement (with "out") ~ EKE
A20. "Lemme go, ya big ___!" ~ APE
A21. Gothic arch ~ OGEE
A21. One on your side ~ ALLY
A22. Secret ones ~ AGENTS
A22. Edema, once ~ DROPSY
A23. Caught with a long rope ~ LASSOED
A23. Out of the ordinary ~ STRANGE
A25. Bradley or Vizquel ~ OMAR
A25. "You got me!" look ~ GRIN
A26. & ~ AND
A26. 45 rpm introducer ~ RCA
A27. Fervent ~ AVID
A27. Absconded with ~ TOOK
A28. Chem room ~ LAB
A28. Is composed of ~ HAS
A31. Hacienda brick ~ ADOBE
A31. Willies-inducing ~ EERIE
A34. Whistle when the cops come, e.g. ~ ABET
A34. Jack-in-the-pulpit, e.g. ~ ARUM
A35. It's full of hay ~ BALE
A35. $50, in "Monopoly" ~ BAIL
A36. Longfellow poem ~ PAULREVERESRIDE
A36. Longfellow classic ~ PAULREVERESRIDE
A39. In addition to that ~ ELSE
A39. Shore scavengers ~ ERNS
A40. Vegan's taboo ~ MEAT
A40. Fermented honey beverage ~ MEAD
A41. 200 expensive milligrams ~ CARAT
A41. Burned out ~ TIRED
A42. Watch the neighbor's kids ~ SIT
A42. Chang's closest relative ~ ENG
A43. Word before warfare and after wheat ~ GERM
A43. Saucy ~ PERT
A44. Quote the raven? ~ CAW
A44. Air circulation device ~ FAN
A45. Part of a film witch's nose ~ WART
A45. "Elmer Gantry" star Lancaster ~ BURT
A46. It steadies the ship ~ BALLAST
A46. Skilled delicacy ~ FINESSE
A50. Number one Hun ~ ATTILA
A50. "Appasionata," for one ~ SONATA
A53. Darkening cloud ~ PALL
A53. "___ Lang Syne" ~ AULD
A54. Come to understand ~ SEE
A54. Langley, Va. grp. ~ CIA
A55. "Arrangement in Grey and Black" ~ WHISTLERSMOTHER
A55. Famous painting of the artist's parent ~ WHISTLERSMOTHER
A58. Daily Planet employee ~ LANE
A58. "If it ___ broke . . ." ~ AINT
A59. Cartoon expletive ~ DRAT
A59. Crummy grades ~ DEES
A60. Henhouse sounds ~ PEEPS
A60. Style of Matisse, Dufy, Derain and Braque ~ FAUVE
A61. In K.C. it's black and white and read all over ~ STAR
A61. "Nay" and "uh-uh" ~ NOES
A62. Indistinguishable ~ SAME
A62. Emulate Buffy ~ SLAY
A63. Feel in your spirit ~ SENSE
A63. Worked on fingernails ~ FILED
D1. Banned cartoon character Joe ~ CAMEL
D1. Senseless state ~ COMAS
D2. Japanese city on the Yodo ~ OSAKA
D2. Acclimate ~ ADAPT
D3. ___-ski ~ APRES
D3. More Saharan ~ SERER
D4. Plastered ~ LIT
D4. Crib sheet user? ~ TOT
D5. One of Vanderbilt's fleet ~ SCHOONER
D5. Augmenter ~ ENHANCER
D6. Checked out the joint ~ CASED
D6. Hard twisted cotton thread ~ LISLE
D7. Bee-teem abode? ~ HIVE
D7. Sin for the green-eyed ~ ENVY
D8. Uris protagonist ~ ARI
D8. Item usually bought in pairs ~ SKI
D9. J.J. Evan's catchword ~ DYNAMITE
D9. Empty nest, for one ~ SYNDROME
D10. Cake part ~ LAYER
D10. Check for fit, as clothes ~ TRYON
D11. Czech writer Klíma ~ IVAN
D11. Car that's seen better days ~ HEAP
D12. Garrison ~ FORT
D12. ". . . countrymen, lend me your ___" ~ EARS
D13. They're offensive and looking to score ~ ENDS
D13. Watery vortex ~ EDDY
D18. Grew up ~ AGED
D18. Birdbath organism ~ ALGA
D19. Old but mild oath ~ EGAD
D19. "CHiPs" star Estrada ~ ERIK
D24. Fur source ~ SABLE
D24. Botanical appendages ~ ARILS
D25. Hard to miss ~ OVERT
D25. Autumn decoration ~ GOURD
D27. At right angles to the keel ~ ABEAM
D27. Try to cure ~ TREAT
D28. Where octopi chill? ~ LAIR
D28. "Good Morning Starshine" musical ~ HAIR
D29. Burghoff's TV co-star ~ ALDA
D29. Senate staffer ~ AIDE
D30. Paragon of redness ~ BEET
D30. "Call of the Wild" vehicle ~ SLED
D31. "Planet of the _____" ~ APES
D31. Sport without much of a point? ~ EPEE
D32. Droopy watch artist ~ DALI
D32. Work to get, as someone's trust ~ EARN
D33. Eject forcefully ~ OUST
D33. Hierarchy level ~ RUNG
D34. Deflect ~ AVERT
D34. Dodge successfully ~ AVERT
D35. Free-for-all ~ BRAWL
D35. Pickle-maker's need ~ BRINE
D37. They're green and precious ~ EMERALDS
D37. 55th anniversary gems ~ EMERALDS
D38. Oyster bar order ~ SCALLOPS
D38. Impasse ~ STANDOFF
D43. "Annals of the Parish" author ~ GALT
D43. Golfer's tap ~ PUTT
D44. Prestorm status ~ CALM
D44. Thin haze ~ FILM
D45. Having learned a tough lesson ~ WISER
D45. Matting fibers ~ BASTS
D46. Moisten, as a turkey ~ BASTE
D46. Meticulous to a fault ~ FUSSY
D47. Ghostly white ~ ASHEN
D47. Synagogue (Var.) ~ SCHUL
D48. Oozes ~ SEEPS
D48. Colander kin ~ SIEVE
D49. Not verbose ~ TERSE
D49. Auricular ~ EARED
D50. Hole-punching tools ~ AWLS
D50. Beautiful swimmer ~ SWAN
D51. "Fancy _____!" ~ THAT
D51. Mother of Modern Presidents ~ OHIO
D52. Louise or Yothers ~ TINA
D52. ". . . in the pot, ___ days old" ~ NINE
D53. Soho stroller ~ PRAM
D53. "Code" lead-in ~ AREA
D56. Common or Christian ~ ERA
D56. Amazonian shocker ~ EEL
D57. Driving platform? ~ TEE
D57. ___ chi ~ TAI

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